- U.S. Congress
- Political Parties
- U.S. Presidency
Overview of Scholarly Activity
Scot Schraufnagel, Ph.D., (Florida State University) is a professor in and chair of the Department of Political Science. His research and teaching specialties are the U.S. Congress, political parties, elections and state government, with an emphasis on promoting a civil, representative and effective legislative process in the United States. He has a broad interest in institutional effectiveness and policy making, with a particular academic focus on legislative innovation. His published works have dealt with specific public policy innovations, institutional arrangements that promote effective elections (worldwide), partisan difference in the U.S. Congress and the factors associated with a productive U.S. legislature.
Li, Quan, Michael J. Pomante II, and Scot Schraufnagel. 2018. "The Cost of Voting in the American States." Election Law Journal 17(3): 234-47. doi 10.1089/elj.2017.0478.
Schraufnagel, Scot, Quan Li, and Adam Schuster. 2017. "District Partisan Homogeneity, Communications, and the Electoral Motive: An Analysis of the Facebook Posts of Members of the U.S. House of Representatives." Social Networking 6: 148-63. doi: 10.4236/sn.2017.62009 (Student co-author)
Owens, John E., Scot Schraufnagel, and Quan Li. 2016. "Assessing the Effects of Personal Characteristics and Context on US House Speakers' Leadership Styles, 1789-2006." Sage Open: doi: 10.1177/2158244016643143
Schraufnagel, Scot, and Benjamin S. Bingle. 2015. "Legislature Size and Non-Elite Populations: Theory and Corroborating Evidence." Journal of Politics and Law 8(4): 242-53. (Student co-author)
Pomante, Michael J. II, and Scot Schraufnagel. 2015. "Candidate Age and Youth Voter Turnout." American Politics Research. 43(3): 479-503. (Student co-author)