Program - MIPSA 2015

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On behalf of Aquinas College I welcome you to the forty-seventh annual meeting of the Michigan Political Science Association! We have worked hard at creating a stimulating and comprehensive conference which we hope you enjoy in every way.


We have assembled panels on topics ranging from local leadership in suburbs, to international security issues, and just about everything in between. Highlights include a panel featuring the Mayors of Kentwood, Walker and the City Manager of Rockford – a panel generously underwritten by Erhan Properties. Our Thursday keynote speaker is Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell, and our Friday luncheon keynote is Chief Judge Sara Smolenski of the 63rd District Court. We are also pleased to present Don Holloway, Curator of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.


While we have scholars from as far as University of Colorado and Rutgers University as part of the program, this conference remains distinctly “Michigan” with several panels on local and state policy issues. We are quite proud to have scholars from almost every state educational institution as part of the conference, and especially excited to be a forum for undergraduate research, with four separate undergraduate panels – one each round on Friday.


This conference represents the work of many. I am indebted to the invaluable contributions of several, but most importantly Joe Wenderski, the Political Science Department Student Worker. He has been involved every step of the way, and I thank MIPSA for subsidizing his work over the summer. Joe provided both organizational and intellectual support, and was a colleague in every sense of the term. If you get a chance, please give him your thanks for all of his efforts. Additional significant help came from Lori Orlowski, Erin Peraino, and Stacia Barczak of the Provost Office, and Danielle Kerley and Philip Mitri of our library. I also thank Dr. Gilda Gely, Provost, and Dr. Juan Olivarez for all of their support.


Sincerely,

Roger J. Durham, Ph.D.

President-Elect, MIPSA

Palmatier Endowed Professor

Chair, Political Science Department

Aquinas College

1607 Robinson Road, S.E. | Grand Rapids, MI 49506-1799 | (616) 632-8900 | www.aquinas.edu





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SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE


Thursday, October 29, 2015

2 – 6 p.m. │ Registration Desk Open


2 – 5:45 p.m. │ Teaching and Research Poster Session


2:30 – 3:45 p.m. │ Moot Court Demonstration


4 – 4:45 p.m. │ Presentation by Donald Holloway, Curator of the Gerald R. Ford Museum


4:45 – 5:45 p.m. │ Reception for MIPSA (cash bar)


4:45 – 5:45 p.m. │ Reception for Aquinas Political Science and International Studies Alumni (cash bar)


6 – 8 p.m. │ Banquet Dinner, Presentation of MIPSA Founders Award, and Keynote Address


8 – 9 p.m. │ MIPSA Board Meeting and Reception


Friday, October 30, 2015

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. │ Registration Desk Open


8:30 – 10 a.m. │ Round 1 Panel Sessions (Panels 1-1 through 1-4)


10 – 10:15 a.m. │ Coffee Break – Complimentary Coffee, Tea, and Soft Drinks


10:15 – 11:45 a.m. │ Round 2 Panel Sessions (Panels 2-1 through 2-5)


12 – 1 p.m. │ Luncheon, Presentation of Outstanding Paper Awards, and Keynote Address


1 – 1:30 p.m. │ MIPSA Business Meeting


1:30 – 3 p.m. │ Round 3 Panel Sessions (Panels 3-1 through 3-5)


3 – 3:15 p.m. │ Coffee Break – Complimentary Coffee, Tea, and Soft Drinks


3:15 – 4:45 p.m. │ Round 4 Panel Sessions (Panels 4-1 through 4-5)


5 p.m. │ Visit Downtown Grand Rapids



SCHEDULE FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2015


2 – 6 p.m.Registration Desk Open

JLH Piazza


2 – 5:45 p.m.Poster Session: Teaching and Research

JLH Piazza


PRESENTERS

American Political Thought

Heather Brown, Westfield State University

Congressional Simulation

Molly Patterson, Aquinas College


Conservative Humanism

Samuel Klee, Aquinas College


Destination: Connecting Detroit for the Health of the City

Joanne Lamar, Valentina Bali, and Josh Sapotichne, Michigan State University


Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Ronald Stockton, University of Michigan-Dearborn


Judicial Process and Politics

Joyce Baugh, Central Michigan University


Moot Court

Bradford Winkler, Aquinas College


Politics and Motion Pictures

Roger Durham, Aquinas College


Urban Geography

Richard McCluskey, Aquinas College


Vigilante

Deborah Wickering, Aquinas College


War and Revolution

Mark Hoolihan, Aquinas College


Women and American Politics

Kelly Dittmar, Rutgers University



2:30 – 3:45 p.m.Moot Court Demonstration

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PRESENTERS

Julie Keil, Faculty Advisor, Saginaw Valley State University

Rachel Cahill, Saginaw Valley State University

Robert Mass, Saginaw Valley State University


Brad Winkler, Faculty Advisor, Aquinas College

Amelia Kimbro, Aquinas College

Lindsey Friend, Aquinas College


4 – 4:45 p.m.Presentation

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Is this the title? THE PRESERVATION OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE: THE IMPORTANCE OF PRESIDENTIAL MUSEUMS


PRESENTER

Donald Holloway, Curator of the Gerald R. Food Presidential Museum


4:45 – 5:45 p.m.Receptions

Donnelly (cash bar)


MIPSA RECEPTION


AQUINAS POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES ALUMNI RECEPTION


6 – 8 p.m.Banquet Dinner and Keynote Address

Donnelly


BANQUET DINNER


PRESENTATION OF MIPSA FOUNDERS AWARD

Who will present this to John Clark?


KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Introduction by Daryl Delabbio, Kent County Administrator and Aquinas Alumnus (1975)

George Heartwell, Mayor of Grand Rapids


8 – 9 p.m.MIPSA Board Meeting and Reception

Donnelly



SCHEDULE FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2015


8 a.m. – 5 p.m.Registration Desk Open

JLH Piazza


8:30 – 10 a.m.Round 1 Panel Sessions

1-1 THREAT, TERROR, AND JUST WAR IN THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM

JLH 215 │ Chair/Discussant: Kevin G. Lorentz II, Wayne State University


PRESENTERS

A Cross-National Analysis of International Threat Perceptions

Amanda Grifka, Central Michigan University and Kevin G. Lorentz II, Wayne State University


Terror Feuding Neighbors: The Impact of Active Terrorist Organizations on Civil War Duration

Christopher Willis, Central Michigan University


When Using Just War to Address Climate Change

Benjamin Stitt, Aquinas College


Just War Theory as Ideological and Combat Role Confusion

Michaeleen Kelly, Aquinas College


1-2 POWER: CONGRESS, COURTS, EDUCATION AND PUBLIC POLICY

JLH 216 │ Chair/Discussant: Kimberley Saks McManaway, University of Michigan-Flint


PRESENTERS

Fifty Years Post Gideon: Policy Variability of Public Defender Programs across US States

Marty P. Jordan, Michigan State University


Evaluation as “Fire Alarm”: The Impact of “High Risk” Program Designation on Congressional Oversight

Kathleen Bolter, Western Michigan University


Strategic Litigation and Strategic Legislation

Sinéad Redmond, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor


Ivory Tower or Fish Bowl Title of Proposed Presentation: Ivory Tower or Fish Bowl: The New College Scorecard and Higher Education Policy Implications?

Jeremy Eccles, Mercy College


1-3 POLITICAL EQUALITY IN SOCIETY: THEORETICAL APPLICATIONS

JLH 234 │ Chair/Discussant: Agber Dimah, Chicago State University


PRESENTERS

The Pragmatics of Style and the Redistribution of the Sensible: A Critique of Rancière

Cody Melcher, Wayne State University


The Suburbia State: State, Anxiety, Sovereignty, and Christian Realism

Connor Sutton, Wayne State University


What If They Take All My Stuff?: Competition between African Americans and Latinos

Sarah Perez, Western Michigan University


Gender Politics and Political Thought

Heather Brown, Westfield State University


1-4 UNDERGRADUATE PANEL: POLITICAL ECONOMY OF NATURAL AND SOCIAL RESOURCES

JLH 235 │ Chair/Discussant: Todd Yarborough, Aquinas College


PRESENTERS

The Natural Resource Curse: An Econometric Analysis of Oil / Gas Wealthy Nations

Brian D’Annunzio, Oakland University


Michigan Science Standards and Global Climate Change Education: Politics, Problems, and Prospects

Stacey Murphy, Grand Rapids Community College


Public Policy Narratives of Detroit Water Shutoffs

Nathan Christie, Wayne State University


Medical Technology and Sociology

McKenzie Rumley, Aquinas College


10 – 10:15 a.m.Coffee Break – Complimentary Coffee, Tea, and Soft Drinks

Jarecki Boardroom


10:15 – 11:45 a.m.Round 2 Panel Sessions

2-1 Leadership and Policy in Michigan's Suburban Communities

Underwritten by Erhan properties

JLH 215 │ Chair/Discussant: Eric Zeemering, Northern Illinois University


PRESENTERS

Mayor Mark Huizenga, City of Walker

Mayor Stephen Kepley, City of Kentwood

Michael Young, Rockford City Manager


2-2 Ideology, Identity, and Cultural Integration

JLH 216 │ Chair/Discussant: Ronald Stockton, University of Michigan-Dearborn


PRESENTERS

Identity Politics in Hybrid Society: Trajectories of Islamist Political Incorporation in the Maghreb

Matthew LaCouture, Wayne State University


The Dimensionality of Political Ideology in the Arab World

Malek Abduljaber, Central Michigan University


Strangers in Their Own Land: Securitization of European Roma

Neil Cruickshank, Algoma University-Canada


Soccer and Social Capital: The Influence of Sports on Political Culture in Mexico

Esmat Ishag-Osman, Wayne State University


2-3 SCHOOL CHOICE POLICIES AND PRIVATE SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

JLH 234 │ Chair/Discussant: Mikael Pelz, Calvin College


Degrees of Competition: Identifying Substitutes in the Market for Education

Kaylee Kish and Steve McMullen, Hope College


Explaining the Decline in Catholic School Enrollment

Steve McMullen, Hope College, Kevin den Dulk, Calvin College, and Mikael Pelz, Calvin College


The Religious Dimensions of Private School Enrollment in an Era of School Choice

Mikel Pelz, Calvin College, Kevin den Dulk, Calvin College, and Steve McMullen, Hope College


2-4 UNDERGRADUATE PANEL: WAR AND THE PROTECTION OF RIGHTS

JLH 235 │ Chair/Discussant: Diana Orcés, Oakland University


PRESENTERS

Understanding Sexual Violence in Refugee Camps: Considering the Principal Agent Argument

Taylor Ackerman, Central Michigan University


Influences on the Wellbeing of Immigrants in Western EU Nations

Denise Garbe, Grand Valley State University


Migration of Unaccompanied Children to the United States: Violence and the North Triangle

Molly Kosnak, Oakland University


Women and War: The Effects of War on Women’s Rights in Iraq

Erica Utter, Aquinas College


2-5 TOPICS IN TEACHING MICHIGAN POLITICS ROUNDTABLE

Jarecki Boardroom │ Chair/Discussant: David Dulio, Oakland University


PRESENTERS

David Dulio, Oakland University

J. Cherie Strachan, Central Michigan University

Richard Jelier, Grand Valley State University

Mark Beougher, Western Michigan University


12 - 1 p.m.Luncheon and Keynote Address

Donnelly


LUNCHEON


PRESENTATION OF OUTSTANDING PAPER AWARDS

David Dulio, Oakland University, MIPSA President

Roger Durham, Aquinas College, MIPSA President-Elect

John Clark, Western Michigan University, Coordinator of MIPSA Outstanding Paper Awards


KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Introduction by Sr. Maureen Geary, O.P., J.D., Prioress of Grand Rapids Dominicans

Judge Sara Smolenski, Chief Judge, 63rd District Court


1 – 1:30 p.m.MIPSA Business Meeting

Donnelly


1:30 – 3 p.m.Round 3 Panel Sessions

3-1 THE PANEL OF PERFECTLY POLITE PROFESSORS ON THE PRACTICAL POLITICS OF POTTER

JLH 215 │ Chair/Discussant: Molly Patterson, Aquinas College


PRESENTERS

Curses! Ethical Reflections on the Politically Unforgivable

Bryan Pilkington, Aquinas College Philosophy Department


When the Ministry Interferes at Hogwarts

Michelle DeRose, Aquinas College Honors Director and English Department


Power and Resistance: A Study of Harry Potter

Molly Patterson, Aquinas College Political Science Department


3-2 PEACE, SECURITY, AND PUBLIC POLICY IN THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM

JLH 216 │ Chair/Discussant: Judith S. Kullberg, Eastern Michigan University


PRESENTERS

What Went Wrong with the “Reset”?: Understanding the Sources of Contention in US-Russia Relations

Judith S. Kullberg, Eastern Michigan University


The International Arms Industry and Global Prospects for Peace

Joshua Berkenpas, Western Michigan University


Collaborating for Peace: IGOs in Peace Operations

Isil Akbulut, Wayne State University


Obama and the New START Treaty: The Politics of Ratification

Scott LaDeur, North Central Michigan College


Policy Narratives: An Analysis of Climate and Air Issues in Delhi, India

Daniel Costie, University of Colorado


3-3 STATE POLITICS, ELECTIONS, AND FISCAL CRISIS

JLH 234 │ Chair/Discussant: Todd Yarbrough, Aquinas College


PRESENTERS

Michigan Local Governments in Persistent Fiscal Decline

Sarah Mills, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor


Consumer Credit: Addressing the Transparency Gap in Credit Policy

Brandon Croud, Wayne State University


Political Polarization, Fiscal Stress and Financing Higher Education: A Financial Condition Analysis of Michigan’s Public Universities

Lawrence Sych and Marcy Taylor, Central Michigan University


Term Limits in Michigan: Increasing Voter Turnout in State Legislative Elections

Anthony Jesuale and Kevin Lorentz II, Wayne State University


3-4 UNDERGRADUATE PANEL: NATIONALISM, VIOLENCE, AND GEOPOLITICS

JLH 235 │ Chair/Discussant: Deborah Wickering, Aquinas College


PRESENTERS

ISIL, the Yezidi, and Genocide

Zach Stepanovich, Aquinas College


The Use of Diversionary Tactics during Territorial Disputes

Jennifer Mondy, Oakland University


One Nation, Two States: Examining Effects of a Divided Punjab on Indo-Pakistani Hostility

Shane Wery, Central Michigan University


A Disillusioned Peace: The Good Friday Agreement

Rachel Dykstra, Aquinas College


3-5 TEACHING AND LEARNING: BEST PRACTICES FOR TEACHING INTRODUCTORY POLITICAL SCIENCE COURSES

Jarecki Boardroom │ Chair/Discussant: Mike Nagle, West Shore Community College


PRESENTERS

Teaching American Government as a Hybrid Course

Mike Nagle, West Shore Community College


Infusing Civic Engagement into an American Politics Course

Lisa Lawrason, Delta College


Going to Court on the Smart Side of the Rail-Experiential Learning

Kurt Troutman, Muskegon Community College


3 – 3:15 p.m.Coffee Break – Complimentary Coffee, Tea, and Soft Drinks

Jarecki Boardroom


3:15 – 4:45 p.mRound 4 Panel Sessions

4-1 THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN

JLH 215 │ Chair/Discussant: David Dulio, Oakland University


PRESENTERS

John Clark, Western Michigan University

Cory Smidt, Michigan State University

Peter Wielhouwer, Western Michigan University

David Dulio, Oakland University


4-2 POWER AND INSTABILITY: LEADERSHIP MATTERS

JLH 216 │ Chair/Discussant: M. S. DeVivo, Grand Rapids Community College


PRESENTERS

Idi, Yasser, and Bibi: Leaders and Leadership Behaviors in the Making of a Dangerous World

M. S. DeVivo, Grand Rapids Community College


Leadership Successions and Economic Reforms in Communist Countries: The Cases of China, Vietnam, and North Korea

Inyeop Lee, Spring Arbor University


2015 British General Election: Continuity and Change

Oleg Kodolov, University of Toronto


New Kids on the Block: New Aid Donors and How They Learn to Allocate Aid

Byungwon Woo, Oakland University


4-3 POLITICS OF GENDER EQUALITY

JLH 234 │ Chair/Discussant: Kelly Dittmar, Rutgers University


PRESENTERS

Modern-Day Judicial “Politics” in the Federal District Courts

Kyla Stepp, Wayne State University


Domestication without Representation: The Good Mother and the Gender Gap in Political Participation

Kimberly Saks McManaway, Wayne State University


Anti-Sex Trafficking Hysteria, False Narratives, and the Rights of Sex Workers

Lonya Humphrey, Wayne State University


Staffing Congress: Gender Differences in Professional Orientation and Experiences

Kelly Dittmar, Rutgers University


4-4 UNDERGRADUATE PANEL: LAWS, RIGHTS, AND IDEOLOGY: THE POLITICS OF FACTIONS

JLH 235 │ Chair/Discussant: Cristian Cantir, Oakland University


PRESENTERS

Electoral Support for Far-Right Parties in Western Europe

Khayriyyah Muhammadsmith, Oakland University


Young Libertarians: A Millennial Powerhouse?

Luke Ashton, Alma College


Police Violence, Civil Rights, and African American Millennials: A Preliminary Study

Donovan Watts, Central Michigan University


The Conversion of an Empire: William Wilberforce as Norm Entrepreneur

Priscilla Pelle, Oakland University


4-5 REMEDIATING POLITICAL THEORY / REPOLITICIZING MEDIA THEORY

Jarecki Boardroom │ Chair/Discussant: Jason Adams, The New Centre for Research and Practice


ROUND TABLE PRESENTERS

Karen Zivi, Grand Valley State University

Peter Zhang, Grand Valley State University

Jason Adams, The New Centre for Research and Practice


5 p.m.Visit Downtown Grand Rapids

Various Downtown Dining and Libation Establishments

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HIGHLIGHTED SPEAKERS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2015


Presenter: Donald Holloway

Donald Holloway came to the Ford Presidential Museum in 1996. He has helped shape over 60 exhibits, serving as co-curator or lead curator on many, including Abraham Lincoln, a Personal Journey, Slavery on Trial: The Long Road to Freedom, the Gerald Ford centennial exhibit, Growing up Grand, and Taking the Seas, a history of the American aircraft carrier. His research has taken him to many of the major historical and archival repositories and to significant private collections across the United States. Donald earned his graduate degree in history and political science from Oklahoma Baptist University and received his masters in historical administration from the University of Kansas.



MIPSA Founders Award Recipient: Dr. John Clark

John Clark is professor and chair of the Political Science Department at Western Michigan University. He received his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University in 1992. His research on political parties, elections, and southern politics has appeared in numerous scholarly journals, including American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, and Political Research Quarterly. Dr. Clark co-edited Southern Political Party Activists (2005) and Party Organization and Activism in the American South (1998), which won the 1999 V.O. Key Award as the best book on southern politics. He has been involved in leadership roles in the Michigan Political Science Association for many years. He created and still organizes the annual Outstanding Paper Awards. For his dedication and service to MIPSA he is the 2015 Founders Award Recipient.



Introduction of Keynote Speaker: Dr. Daryl Delabbio

Daryl Delabbio has been Administrator/Controller of Kent County since 1998. He served as Assistant County Administrator and was City Manager of Rockford, Michigan. Daryl holds a B.A. and a Master of Management from Aquinas College, a Master of Public Administration from Wayne State University, and a Ph.D. from Western Michigan University. He is active in a number of professional organizations, including the Michigan Local Government Management Association (President 2001), Michigan Association of County Administrative Officers (President 2008-2010), and the International City/County Management Association (Midwest Regional Vice President 2014-2017). He also is a Distinguished Adjunct Faculty member in the Davenport University Maine School of Business. Daryl has been married to his wife, Connie, since 1977 and they have three daughters and sons-in-law.



Keynote Speaker: Mayor George Heartwell

Now serving his third term, Mayor George Heartwell took office in 2004. During his tenure, City government has implemented a variety of environmental measures, including purchase of renewable resource energy, use of alternative fuels in city vehicles, continued attention to water quality in the Grand River, and widespread implementation of energy conservation measures. In 2007 the United Nations recognized Grand Rapids as a “Regional Center of Expertise in Education for Sustainable Development.” In 2012, Mayor Heartwell was given the first place Climate Protection Award by the US Conference of Mayors. Mayor Heartwell and his wife, Susan, are proud parents of three adult children and six extraordinary grandchildren.


HIGHLIGHTED SPEAKERS - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2015


Introduction of Keynote Speaker: Sr. Maureen Geary

Maureen R. Geary, O.P., J.D., is a Grand Rapids Dominican Sister and has served as the Prioress of the Dominican Sisters - Grand Rapids since 2012. She was born and raised in Grand Rapids. Sister Maureen earned a B.B.A. (Accounting) degree from the University of Notre Dame; a J.D. degree from University of Michigan, and an M.A. degree in Theology from the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. Sister Maureen’s past work experience includes public accounting, law, college teaching, financial administration, social justice advocacy/education, and housing.




Keynote Speaker: Judge Sara Smolenski

Judge Sara Smolenski is Chief Judge of the Michigan 63rd District Court in Grand Rapids. She is a Grand Rapids native. She earned an Associate of Arts Degree from Grand Rapids Junior College and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Michigan. In 1982, she earned a Juris Doctorate Degree from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She was elected to the bench in 1990. She was appointed by the Michigan Supreme Court as Chief Judge of the 63rd District Court in 1996.





Mayoral Panel Speaker (Round 1-3): Mark Huizenga

Mark Huizenga was elected to the Mayor’s seat in Walker, Michigan, in 2013. He was born in Grand Rapids and grew up in Walker. He received his B.A. in Business Administration from Calvin College and a Master in Management from Aquinas College. He is a self-employed small business owner providing health care consultation services throughout the United States. Prior to his election as Mayor, he served as a City Commissioner for the Third Ward. He has also served as an appointed member of the Walker Planning Commission for six years. He has lectured on health management topics internationally in Albania, Honduras, India, and the United Arab Emirates. Mr. Huizenga and his wife, Kris, have lived in Walker since 2002 with their three children.



Mayoral Panel Speaker (Round 1-3): Stephen Kepley

Stephen Kepley was elected Mayor of Kentwood, Michigan, in 2013. For 10 years prior, he served Kentwood as Director of Engineering and Inspections. He attended Virginia Tech’s Engineering School earning a B.S. in Engineering. Stephen started working immediately after graduating for a national manufacturer of civil engineering product solutions. His life in Kentwood started in 1989 when the company transferred him to the area. Stephen helped plant a church in Kentwood and soon became an elder, treasurer, and youth leader. He met his wife, Susan, while passing out bulletins one Sunday morning. Stephen and Susan are the off-site advisors for Calvin College’s Mu Kappa group, a missionary and third culture group for students.



Mayoral Panel Speaker (Round 1-3): Michael Young

Michael Young assumed the role of Rockford’s city manager in 1995, and has spent the last twenty years cultivating his own managerial skills as well as the assets of this city of just under 6,000 residents in Kent County.



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