Dr. James W. Stoutenborough
Prior to coming to UAH, Dr.James W. Stoutenborough was a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Institute for Science, Technology, and Public Policy within the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. He has taught courses on graduate quantitative methods, undergraduate research methods, comparative U.S. state politics, and American government.
Dr. Stoutenborough has a research agenda that examines individual-level behavior in the public policy making process. This encompasses a broad set of issue areas. His research interests include state politics, public policy, public opinion, political psychology, intergovernmental relations, and interest group behavior with substantive interests in renewable energy policy, environmental policy, and science and technology policy. While numerous, many of these interests coalesce in his research on individual-level problem identification, agenda setting, and policy adoption.
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