Political Science and Public Administration

Faculty & Staff

Dr. James W. Lindeen

Undergraduate Advisor (A-K)
Professor

Dr. Lindeen earned his Ph.D. in Political Science from The University of Nebraska and teaches courses on legislative process, public opinion, and public policy.  He is the author of Governing America’s Economy (Prentice Hall 1995) and has published in such journals as Public Choice, Public Opinion Quarterly, the Midwest Journal of Political Science and Western Political Quarterly.  His current research is on the relationship between market economics and democratic politics.  He chaired the Department from 1995 to 2000, has consulted for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Academy for Contemporary Problems, and is a member of the American Political Science Association, the Western Political Science Association, and the Ohio Program Evaluators’ Group.

 Courses

PSC 1200     American National Government (syllabus pdf) PSC-1400    Current Issues in U.S. Public Policy  (syllabus pdf) PSC 3250     Public Opinion (syllabus pdf) PSC 3260     Government and the Economy (syllabus pdf) Bibliography, Glossary PSC 4/5280  The Legislative Process  (syllabus PSC-4280 US Congress, PSC-5280 Legislative Process) PSC-6300     Seminar on State & Local Government PSC-6300

 

 

Last Updated: 3/22/15