Peer-Review Journal Articles:

19. “Biden’s Diplomacy: Can Personal Diplomacy and Democratic Value Oriented Foreign Policy Lead the U.S. Return to Glory?”

Review of Global Politics, No. 75, pp. 19-24 (In Chinese)

18. “Do election polls increase individual understanding of politics?” Political Science, pp.1-21 ( with Ching-Hsing Wang)

17. “The Painful, But Necessary, Next Steps in The U.S. -Taiwanese Relationship,” The War on The Rock peer-reviewed online publication, (With Michael Hunzeker)

16. “The Effect of China Factor in Taiwan’s Elections: How has It Changed From 2008 to 2014?”

Accepted for publication in Asian Education and Development Studies (forthcoming). (With Lu-Huei Chen and Ching-Hsing Wang)

15. “Personality Traits and the Propensity to Protest: A Cross-National Analysis” Accepted for

publication in Asian Journal of Political Science (available online September 2020). (with Yi-Bin Chang, and Ching-Hsing Wang

14. “Personality Traits and Political Participation in Taiwan: A Mediation Approach” Accepted for

publication in Political Science (available online August 2020). ( with Ching-Hsing Wang, and Chia-Hung Tsai )

13."Anti-infiltration bill’ may change Taiwan's election outcome”, East Asia Forum peer-reviewed online publication, (with Victoria Makanjuola)

12. “Personality Traits and Individual Attitude toward the Independence-Unification Issue in Taiwan.”

Journal of Asian and African Studies pp 430-451. (with Chia-Hung Tsai, and Ching-Hsing Wang)

11. “Personality Traits and Individual Attitude toward Same-Sex Marriage: Evidence from Taiwan”

Sexuality Research and Social Policy pp. 1-17. (with Ching-Hsing Wang, Tsong-Jyi Lin, and Yi-Bin Chang)

10. “Disrespect for Human Rights and Contentious Participation: Evidence from China.” Journal of

Chinese Political Science 23, pp.537-561. (with Ching-Hsing Wang, Laura Barnstead, and Garrett DuMund)

9. “Personality traits and individual feeling of national pride in South Korea.” Asian Journal of

Political Science, pp.1-19. ( with Ching-Hsing Wang)

8. “Does Candidate Nomination in Districts Increase Party Votes of Small Parties? Evidence from

the 2016 Taiwan Legislative Elections” Japanese Journal of Political Science, pp. 1-13. ( with Ching-Hsing Wang, and Vincent Wang)

  1. “Can Economic Profit Influence Public Opinion? Observing Generational Change on Cross-Strait

Relations in Taiwan.” Asian Journal of Comparative Politics, 2(4), pp.262-384.

6. “The Effects of Civic Consciousness and Civil Disobedience on Support for and Participation in

Contentious Politics.” Japanese Journal of Political Science, 18(2), pp.313-335. (with Ching-Hsing Wang)

5. “Personality Traits and Voter Turnout in South Korea: The Mediation Argument.” Japanese

Journal of Political Science, 18(3), pp.426-445. (with Ching-Hsing Wang, and Hyun Jin Jia)

4. “Investigating The Changing Citizens in Southeast Asia: An Empirical Analysis of Political

Participation and Democratization in Southeast Asia (In Chinese).” Taiwan Journal of Southeast Asia Studies 10(3), pp. 7-44

3. “Using repeated cross-sectional surveys to study political attitudes and behavior in a new

democracy: HAPC models for Taiwan.” Electoral Studies 39, pp. 256-263. ( with Ho, Karl, and Harold D. Clarke

2. “Contextual Effects on Individual Voting Behavior: The Case of Taiwan.” Asian Journal of

Political Science 23(3), pp. 321-345.

  1. “Valence politics and electoral choice in a new democracy: The case of Taiwan." Electoral

Studies 32 (3), pp. 476-481. (with Ho, Karl, Harold D. Clarke, and Li-Khan Chen)

Book Chapters, Reviews, and Encyclopedia Entries –

4. “Social Regime under Tsai and DPP.” In Hans Stockton & Yeo Yuan Yeh (Eds). Taiwan: The

Development of An Asian Tiger. Lynne Rienner Publisher. (with Ching-Hsing Wang)

3. “The New Normal: Students and Faculty Mobility Program in Public Teacher Education Institutions in China and the US.” In C. Johnstone & L. Jin (Eds). The Rise of International Cooperation in Higher Education 21st Century China: Views from the Field. (pp.106-121). University of Minnesota Press. (with Mary Schlarb, and Shufang Strause)

  1. “Review of Christopher Achen and T.Y Wang, eds. The Taiwan Voter” (Ann Arbor: The

University of Michigan Press, 2017). 25 (1), American Journal of Chinese Studies.

  1. “Life Cycle Effect,” in Fathali Moghaddam (ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior.

SAGE, 2017 (with Ching-Hsing Wang)