Participant Info

First Name
Suzanne
Last Name
Chod
Country
United States
University
North Central College
Keywords
2016 congressional and presidential elections, civic engagement of Millennials, party polarization in the United States, congressional behavior, women in American politics
Availability
Media Contact

Personal Info

About Me

Congressional behavior

Congressional elections

Parties and party polarization in the US

Civic engagement of Millennials

Presidential elections

The evolving role of the First Lady

 

Recent Publications

Chod, Suzanne M., William J. Muck, and Stephen M. Caliendo. 2015. Technology and Civic Engagement in the College Classroom: Engaging the Unengaged. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Caliendo, Stephen M, Suzanne M. Chod, William J. Muck, and Deron Schreck. “Social Networking as a Pedagogical Tool: Effect of Twitter Use on Interest and Efficacy in Introductory-Level American Government Courses.” In Technology and Civic Engagement in the College Classroom: Engaging the Unengaged, eds. Suzanne M. Chod, William J. Muck, and Stephen M. Caliendo. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Caliendo, Stephen M., Suzanne M. Chod, and William J. Muck. 2015. “Using Twitter to Increase Political Interest in Undergraduate Students.” The Journal of Political Science Education. (forthcoming May 2016)

Media Coverage

Regular contributor to WDCB radio in Dupage County Illinois.

Country Focus
United States

Research Areas

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