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Benjamin Bagozzi, PhD (The Pennsylvania State University,
2013) joined the department in 2015. His primary areas of specialization are
political methodology and international relations. Within international
relations, his research and teaching interests include environmental politics,
international political economy, and the study of intra and international
political violence. Methodologically, he teaches and conducts research in
computational social science, text analysis, event data, and the analysis of
Bagozzi, Benjamin E., Patrick T. Brandt, John R. Freeman, Jennifer S. Holmes, Alisha Kim, Agustin Palao Mendizabal, and Carly Potz-Nielsen. 2019. "The Prevalence and Severity of Underreporting Bias in Machine and Human Coded Data." Political Science Research and Methods. 7(3): 641-649.
Young, Dannagal G., Benjamin E. Bagozzi, Abigail Goldring, Shannon Poulson, and Erin Drouin. 2019. "Psychology, Political Ideology, and Humor Appreciation: Why is Satire so Liberal?" Psychology of Popular Media Culture. 8(2): 134-147.
Bagozzi, Benjamin E. and Daniel Berliner. 2018. "The Politics of Scrutiny in Human Rights Monitoring: Evidence from Structural Topic Models of U.S. State Department Human Rights Reports." Political Science Research and Methods. 6(4): 662-677.
Berliner, Daniel, Benjamin E. Bagozzi, and Brian Palmer-Rubin. 2018. "What Information Do Citizens Want? Evidence from One Million Public Information Requests in Mexico." World Development.109: 222-235.
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