Conference Presentation (Selected)

Tsong-Jyi Lin, Yi-Ching Hsiao, Yi-Bin Chang, Ching-Hsing Wang, and Dennis Lu Chung Weng, 2018. “Political Trust and Civil Disobedience: Evidence from Taiwan.”Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of American Political Science Association, Boston, August, 2018

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng and Ching-Hsing Wang, 2018. “The Role of Democratization in Shaping National attachment: Democratic Pride in Taiwan.” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April, 2018.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng and Ching-Hsing Wang, 2017. “Why Are You Not Proud to be a Taiwanese? The Illusion of National Identity in Taiwan” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of Taiwan and Asia Conference, Illinois State University, October, 2017.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, Chia-Hung Tsai, and Ching-Hsing Wang, 2017. “The Big Five Personality Traits and Tondu Attitude in Taiwan” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of American Association of Chinese Studies, South Carolina, October, 2017.

Chia-Hung Tsai, Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, and Ching-Hsing Wang, 2017. “The Big Five Personality Traits and Tondu Attitude in Taiwan” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, September, 2017.

Chia-Hung Tsai, Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, and Ching-Hsing Wang, 2017. “Understanding the effect of political trust in policy reform: The Case of Taiwan’s Pension System” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of Reform and Citizenship, Taipei, Taiwan, June, 2017.

Ching-Hsing Wang and Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, 2017. “Social Regime under Tsai and DPP” Accepted for Presentation at the Taiwan and Asia Conference, University of St. Thomas, April, 2017.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng and Garrett Dumond, 2017. “More Guns, More Police Fatal Shootings: Why lax gun laws may lead to more police fatal shootings?” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April, 2017.

Yi-Bin Chang, Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, and Ching-Hsing Wang, 2017. “Personality Traits and the Propensity to Protest: A Cross-National Analysis” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April, 2017.

Ching-Hsing Wang, Dennis Lu-Chung Weng and Vincent Wang, 2017. “Does Candidate Nomination in Districts Increase Party Votes of Small Parties? Evidence from the 2016 Taiwan Legislative Elections” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April, 2017.

Ching-Hsing Wang and Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, 2016. “Do Election Polls Increase Individual political knowledge?” Invited for Presentation at the Conference on Election Polling and Democratic Consolidation in East Asia, University of California at Berkeley, December, 2016.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng and Yao-Yuan Yeh. 2016. “Does the Independence-Unification Issue Dictate Vote Choice in Taiwan? Reexamining Evidence from TEDS” Accepted for Presentation at the Taiwan and Asia Study Conference, Wake Forest University, NC, October, 2016.

Ching-Hsing Wang, Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, and Vincent Wang, 2016. “Does Candidate Nomination in Districts Increase Party Votes of Small Parties? Evidence from the 2016 Taiwan Legislative Election” Accepted for Presentation at the Taiwan and Asia Study Conference, Wake Forest University, NC, October, 2016.

Ching-Hsing Wang and Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, 2016. “Personality Traits and Individual Feeling of National Pride in South Korea” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, September, 2016.

Ching-Hsing Wang and Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, 2016. “Disrespect for Human Rights and Contentious Participation: Evidence from China” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April, 2016.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, Anh Tuan Nguyen Viet, and Haikal Eki Ramadhan. 2016 “Investigating the Changing Citizens in Southeast Asia: An Empirical Analysis of Political Participation and Democratization in Southeast Asia. ” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April, 2016.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng and Ching-Hsing Wang, 2016. “Is Newer Better? New Political Parties Formation and Strategic Voting in the 2016 Taiwan Election” Accepted for Presentation at the Taiwan Symposium at University of Texas at Dallas, Chicago, March, 2016.

Karl Ho, Harold Clarke, and Dennis L.C. Weng, 2016. “State Space Models for the Dynamics of Party Support in Britain, 2010-2015.” Accepted for Presentation at Asian Political Methodology Meeting, Beijing, Jan, 2016.

Dennis L.C. Weng and Lu-Huei Chen, 2015. “China Effect in Taiwan’s Elections: Single Issue Voting (Independence-Unification) in Taiwan.” Accepted for Presentation at the Taiwan Political Science Association Conference, Kinmen, Taiwan, November, 2015.

K.C. Lee, Karl Ho, Harold Clarke, and Dennis L.C. Weng. 2015. “Forming a New Identity in a New Democracy: A Hierarchical Age-Period-Cohort Model for Taiwan.” Accepted for Presentation at the International Conference on Asia-Pacific Studies, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, November, 2015.

Dennis L.C. Weng and Yao-Yuan Yeh. 2015. “Two become one: Integration between Economic Voting and Issue Voting (Independence-Unification) in Taiwan.” Accepted for Presentation at the Taiwan and Asia Study Conference, Austin, November, 2015.

Ching-Hsing Wang and Dennis L.C. Weng, 2015. “The Effects of Civic Consciousness and Civil Disobedience on Support for and Participation in Contentious Politics.” Accepted for Presentation at the Taiwan and Asia Study Conference, Austin, November, 2015.

Dennis L.C. Weng, 2015. “Hard to Govern: The Effect of Civic Consciousness on Public Policy Making.” Accepted for Presentation the SUNY Conversations in the Disciplines Conference, Binghamton, NY, October, 2015.

Dennis L.C. Weng and Yao-Yuan Yeh. 2015. “Why Younger Generations Are More Pro-democracy in China? Evidence from the China Survey.” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual Meeting of American Association of Chinese Studies, Houston, October, 2015.

Dennis L.C. Weng. 2015. “Say No to China: A Lesson of Economic Integration and Political Disintegration from Taiwan-China Relation” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April, 2015.

Dennis L.C. Weng. 2015. “Political participation in Asia – An Age, Period, Cohort analysis Approach.” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, January, 2015.

Harold Clarke, Karl Ho, and Dennis L.C. Weng. 2015. “The Robustness of Valence Models of Electoral Choice: Taiwan in Comparative Perspective.” Accepted for Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Asian Political Methodology Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, January, 2015.