Dr. David C. Wilson, Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations
Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations
Associate Dean for the Social Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences
University of Delaware
4 Kent Way
Newark, DE 19716
David C. Wilson, PhD (Michigan State University, 2005)
joined the Department in 2006. He teaches courses in political
psychology; statistics, data analysis, research methodology; and public
opinion and polling analysis. Professor Wilson's research examines the
effects of social information on public opinion and political behavior
using survey experiments. He specializes in survey measurement,
political communication, and public opinion on racial attitudes, and is
currently examining opinions on voter ID laws. Professor Wilson is
serving as associate dean for the social sciences in the College of
Arts and Sciences.
Wilson, David C., Michael L. Owens, and Darren
W. Davis (forthcoming). “How Racial Attitudes and Ideology Affect Political
Rights for Felons.” DuBois Review.
Jiang, Kaifeng, Ying Hong, Patrick F. McKay, Derek R. Avery,
David C. Wilson, and Sabrina D. Volpone (forthcoming). “Retaining Employees
through Anti-Sexual Harassment Practices: Exploring the Mediating Role of
Psychological Distress and Employee Engagement.” Human Resource Management.
Wilson, David C. and Paul Brewer (2013) “Factors Underlying
Public Opinion on Voter ID Laws: Voting Fraud, Ideology, and Race.” Public
Opinion Quarterly, 77: 962-984.
Wilson, David C. and Matthew O. Hunt (2013) “The First Black
President? Cross-Racial Perceptions of Barack Obama’s Race.” In Amilcar Antonio
Barreto and Richard L. O’Bryan (eds.) American Identity in the Age of Obama.
NY: Routledge Press.
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