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Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy “Global Challenges, Global Opportunities” Campbellsville University Faculty and Staff Hosts Campbellsville University Honor Society Hosts Political Science Honor Society Pi Sigma Alpha Mr Campbellsville University, President (2011-2012) Dr. Western Kentucky University, Past-President (2010-2011) Dr. Murray State University, Past-President (2009-10) Dr.niversity of Kentucky, President-Elect (2012-2013) Dr. Morehead State University, President-Elect (2013-2014) Dr.Morehead State University, Executive Secretary (2009-2017) Sponsor of the KPSA 2012 Conference MPA Panels
"The Metro-Louisville Chapter of ASPA (Chapter #105) is pleased to sponsor the 2012 KPSA conference
panels showcasing the research of MPA students and recent graduates. Please contact Chapter President,
Victoria Gordon, for membership information at Please note that we are in the
process of changing our name to the Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter in order to better represent the entire
state of Kentucky. Through ASPA's programs and services, we seek to improve public service by helping
members acquire the knowledge, technical skills and resources necessary to be excellent public servants."

Friday, March 2

Registration
Refreshments
Davenport Student Commons in the E. Bruce Heilman Student Complex
Foyer and Student Lounge

Friday, March 2, 2012

Session I:
1:00-2:15 p.m.
American, State and Local Politics
Location: Technology Training Center – Room # 203 Chair: Dr. Saundra Ardrey, Western Kentucky University Ema "Chemical Castration as a Sentencing Alternative for Sex Offenders: Risk Regulation Issues in the Criminal Justice Use of Depo-Provera” Dr. William Green, Morehead State University Email: “Turnover at the Top: Retrospective Evaluations of Kentucky School District Leaders” Dr. James Clinger, Murray State University, co-authored with Dr. Martin Battle at Murray State University Ema “Red City, Blue City: Changes in the Urban Electorate for Presidential Elections, 2000-2008” Dr. Joshua D. Ambrosius, West Virginia State University Ema “The Budget Gap: Gender Inequality in the Budget Process, 1962-2011” Mr. Kevin Fahey, University of Louisville Ema “Good Money After Bad. Revealing the Causes of a 481% Increase in Federal Transit Funding?” Dr. Stephen Mergner, Ph.D., Georgetown College EmaArthur W. Mergner, Private Transit Consultant Discussant: Dr. Michael Hail, Morehead State University Ema MPA 1 – Showcasing the Research of MPA Students (and recent graduates)
Location: Chowning Executive Dining Room, Winters Dining Hall
Chair: Dr. James Chappell, Western Kentucky University
Ema
“Budgets, Books and Bilingualism: An Investigation of Language Challenges in U.S. Libraries”
Mr. Thomas W. Thornberry, Eastern Kentucky University
Ema
“REINS ACT: A Stealthless Attack on Administrative Agency Rulemaking”
Mr. John Barnett, Eastern Kentucky University
Ema
“Does Religion Matter? Comparison of Female Faculty Rates in Religious and Public Universities”
Mr. Sterling Weed, Western Kentucky University
Ema
"Disparities in Study Abroad Programs"
Ms. Cierra Waller, Western Kentucky University
Ema
Discussant: Mrs. Pattie Robinson, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College
Ema
Panel 1 C

Undergraduate Research 1
Location: Technology Training Center – Room # 105 Chair: Max Wise, Campbellsville University Ema “Competition or Cooperation? The Effect of Socioeconomic Status on Minority Immigration Attitudes” Ms. Haley Silver, Centre College Ema “Public Opinion and the Court” Ms. Lori Wilson, Eastern Kentucky University Ema “Insuring America: The Impact of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act on the States” Mr. James T. Galbreath, Morehead State University “Handicapping the Vote in Obamacare: Will the Justices’ Represent?” Mr. Ismaila Ceesay, Berea College Ema Discussant: Dr. Stephen Voss, University of Kentucky Ema Session II
2:30-3:45 p.m.

Panel II A
Civilization Change
Location: Technology Training Center – Room # 203
Chair/Discussant: Mrs. Karen (Casey) Armour, Union College
Ema
“Relativism and Its Consequences for Western Civilization”
Dr. Stephen Lange, Morehead State University
Ema
“Theories of Regime Development Across the Millennia and Their Application to Modern Liberal
Democracies”
Dr. Murray Bessette, Morehead State University
Ema
“Factors of Destabilization and Collapse: A Comparative Study of the Roman and British Empires and
the Consequences for Western Civilization”
Dr. Michael Hail, Morehead State University
Ema
“Dethroning Christianity and Building Tolerant Citizens: How Philosophers and Theologians Laid
Indispensable Ground for Limited Democratic Government in the Western World”
Dr. Jonathan Pidluzny, Morehead State University
Ema
Panel II B
MPA 2
Location: Chowning Executive Dining Room, Winters Dining Hall Chair: Dr. James Chappell, Western Kentucky University Ema “Consolidation: Can It Save Kentucky Local Governments?” Mr. Matthew Oyer, Eastern Kentucky University Ema “Comparison of Selected Public Service Positions Within Compensation Systems of the United States and China” Mr. Luhan Wang and Mr. Austin Klaine, Western Kentucky University Email: “Assessing The Gender Diversity Among State Legislative Staffers” Mr. Chad Lawrence Phillips, Western Kentucky University Ema Discussant: Mrs. Pattie Robinson, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Ema
Panel II C
Undergraduate Research 2
Location: Technology Training Center - Room # 105
Chair: Mr. Max Wise, Campbellsville University
Ema
“China’s Rising Influence: Impacts on U.S. – China Relation and The Role of America in Asia”
Ms. Yen Hai Tran, Morehead State University
Ema
“Bin Laden’s Road to Radicalization”
Ms. Jordan Johnson, Campbellsville University
Ema
“South Asian Reformations - Why Has The International Development of China and Vietnam Differed
Significantly?”
Ms. Lauren Elizabeth Vanhook, Morehead State University
Ema
"Russia, Authoritarianism, and the Challenge of Democratization"
Mr. Joel Cerimele, Thomas More College
Ema
“Nations Without States: The Cases of Welsh and Scottish Identity”
Mr. Donald McClain, West Virginia State University
Ema
Discussant: Dr. Shawn Williams, Campbellsville University
Ema
Session III:
4:00-5:45 p.m.

Panel III A
The Art of Teaching: Political Science Pedagogy
Location: Technology Training Center – Room # 203 Chair: Dr. Erik Lind Lewis, Morehead State University Ema “Civic Education and Democratic Capacity: How do Teachers Teach and What Works?” Dr. Jason Gainous, and Dr. Allison M. Martens, University of Louisville Ema “Simulation Learning and Inter-Institutional Collaboration: Designing and Conducting Effective Simulation Learning Techniques” Dr. James R. Masterson, Morehead State University EmaCo-Authored with Dr. Ivan Dinev Ivnaov, University of Cincinnati Ema Panel III B
Round Table on Kentucky Politics
Location: Chowning Executive Dining Room, Winters Dining Hall
Co-Chairs: Dr. Michael Hail, Morehead State University and Dr. Jim Clinger, Murray State University
Ema
Presenters:
Dr. Michael Hail, Associate Professor of Government, Morehead State University
Dr. James Clinger, Professor of Government, Law and International Affairs, Murray State University
Dr. Murray Bessette, Assistant Professor of Government, Morehead State University

Panel III C

Undergraduate Research 3
Location: Technology Training Center – Room # 105 Chair: Dr. Benjamin Knoll, Centre College Ema “Does Preference In News Outlet Affect Feelings Towards Immigration Policy?” Mr. Curtis Donald, Jr., Centre College Ema “Justifying Terror: How Osama Bin Laden Used the Teaching of a 13th Century Philosopher to Justify Modern Day Terrorism” Mr. Logan Wolfe, Campbellsville University Ema “The Impacts of Executive Policy Implementation on Intergovernmental Relations” Ms. Kaci Foster, Morehead State University Email: “A Dissection of the Israel Lobby’s Acting Agent, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee” Ms. Natalie D. Crone, Berea College Ema
Discussant: Dr. Joshua D. Ambrosius, West Virginia State University
Ema
Business Meeting
6:00-7:00 p.m.
Location: Writing Lab in the Badgett Academic Support Center
KPSA Reception
6:30-7:15 p.m.
Location: Atrium of the Badgett Academic Support Center KPSA 51st Anniversary Awards Banquet
Banquet Hall, Badgett Academic Support Center Keynote Address
Ambassador Carey Cavanaugh
Director, Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce Saturday, March 3, 2012
Registration: 8:00-9:00 a.m. Eastern Time
Refreshments
Davenport Student Commons in the E. Bruce Heilman Student Complex
Foyer and Student Lounge
Session IV:
9:00-10:15 a.m.

Panel: IV A
International Studies
Location: Technology Training Center – Room #105
Chair/Discussant: Dr. Murray Bessett, Morehead State University
Ema
“Democratic Consolidation and Status of Women in Society: A Comparative Study of Regime Types in
Terms of Women’s Status in Present Day World”
Mr. Sambuddha Ghatak, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Ema
“Sovereign Wealth Funds and the Resource Curse: Do Capital Reserves Stabilize Regimes Throughout
the Commodity Price Cycle?”
Mr. G. Jason Smith, Florida State University
Ema
“A Proposed Model of the Vote-Buying Process: Empirical Evidence from Thai Provinces”
Dr. David A. Owen, Southern Illinois University
Email:
Panel IV B
Public Administration
Location: Technology Training Center – Room # 203 Chair/ Discussant: Dr. Minerva Cruz, Kentucky State University Ema “What Have We Done To Our Daughters: An Exploration Of The Utilization Of Maternity Leave Benefits” Dr. Victoria Gordon, Western Kentucky University Ema “Turnover, Time Horizons, and Transaction Costs: Political Determinants of State Public Employee Pension Fund Contributions” Dr. James Clinger, Murray State University Co-authored with Jungah Bae, Hongtao Yi and Richard C. Feiock, all of Florida State University Ema "The Constitutionality of Health Care Reform: An Examination and Refutation of the Legal Challenges to
the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act."
Mr. Alexander Fontana, Eastern Kentucky University
Ema
“The Imperatives of Successful Policy Implementation: A Case Study of the Hollings National Institute
of Standards and Technology-Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST-MEP) Program’s
Implementation in Arkansas”
Dr. Russell M. Frazier, Western Kentucky University
Ema
“Power in the Graveyard of Mountains: A Regional Analysis of Subject and Agency in Appalachia”
Ms. Joy E. Moore, Morehead State University

Panel IV C

Election 2012
Location: Chowning Executive Dining Room, Winters Dining Hall

Moderator: Dr. Shawn Williams, Campbellsville University
Panel Participants:
Mr. Ryan Alessi,
reporter with Insight Communications as senior managing editor and host of Pure
Politics, in charge of news and public affairs coverage. Alessi has covered politics for more than 10
years, including 7 years as a reporter for the Lexington-Herald Leader. Alessi is a native of Baltimore
and a graduate of Ohio University.

Mr. Kenny Colston,
is the Frankfort Bureau Chief for Kentucky Public Radio (a collaborative effort of
public radio stations in Kentucky). Colston has covered Kentucky's Capitol and state government since
2010. He is a Louisville native, and a graduate of the University of Kentucky.
Mr. Joseph Gerth, is political writer for The Courier-Journal, Kentucky’s largest newspaper, covering
Kentucky politics. His weekly column appears on Mondays in the newspaper’s Metro section. Gerth is
originally from Louisville, has been at the newspaper since 1988.
Session V:
10:30-11:45 a.m.
Theory and Discourse of the 21st Century
Location: Technology Training Center – Room # 203 Chair: Dr. Saundra Ardrey, Western Kentucky University Ema “Political Film In The Era Of The War On Terror” Dr. John Heyrman, Berea College Ema “Talking About Torture: U.S. Discourse in the Case of Guantanamo Bay” Dr. Kali Wright-Smith, Georgetown College Ema “Forgiveness, Guilt, and Race in American Political Thought”
Dr. Ric Caric, Morehead State University
Ema
“Understanding Ethnocentrism’s Effects on Support for War through the Issue-Attention Framework”
Mr. Christopher W. Ledford, University of Louisville
Ema
“Competing Metanarratives of Racial Consciousness in Contemporary America”
Mr. Daniel Mattox, Morehead State University
Ema
Discussant: Dr. Stefan Brooks, Lindsey Wilson College
Ema
Panel V B
Teaching Abroad for Faculty
Location: Technology Training Center – Room # 105

Moderated by: Dr. DeWayne Frazier
, Campbellsville University
Ema
Dr. Chris Bierwirth
, Executive Director for the Kentucky Institute for International Studies at Western
Kentucky University
EmaA non-profitof colleges and universities, the Kentucky Institute for International Studies
sponsors summer and semester study abroad programs in over 20 countries in Europe, Asia,
Africa, Canada, and Latin America. An acknowledged leader in international education, KIIS is also
recognized as one of the most cost-effective study abroad organizations in the United States. KIIS's
objective is to make the international experience available to the widest range of participants, and we
work hard to keep expenses down so that our programs can stay within reach of the typical college or
university student. Over the last 37 years, KIIS has provided life-changing international experiences for
more than 9000 students. In addition, KIIS has provided hundreds of faculty members from our consortial
institutions with the chance to teach and do research abroad, and feels that these faculty development
opportunities are equally important.
Panel V C
2012 Kentucky General Assembly
Location: Chowning Executive Dining Room, Winters Dining Hall

Moderated by: Mr. John Chowning
, Campbellsville University
Ema
The session features key State Senators and State Representatives from Kentucky's heartland region and
will focus on major issues pending in the 2012 General Assembly session. Topics to be discussed include
state budget, political impacts of redistricting, education, tax reform, and other issues pending in
Frankfort.

Panel Participants:
Honorable Jimmy Higdon
, Kentucky State Senator for District 14, from Lebanon
Honorable David Givens, Kentucky State Senator for District 9, from Greensburg
Honorable Bam Carney, Kentucky State Representative for District 51, from Campbellsville
Honorable Terry Mills, Kentucky State Representative for District 24, from Lebanon
KPSA 2012 Participants

Source: http://www.kpsa.us/meetings/2012/KPSA_Program_Final_2-23-12.pdf

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