Peer-Review Journal Articles:

(With Ching-Hsing Wang and Chia-Hung Tsai) “Personality Traits and Individual Attitude toward the Independence-Unification Issue in Taiwan.” Journal of Asian and African Studies Accepted.

(With Ching-Hsing Wang, Laura Barnstead, and Garrett DuMund) “Disrespect for Human Rights and Contentious Participation: Evidence from China.” Journal of Chinese Political Science 23, pp.537-561

Ching-Hsing Wang and Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, 2018. Personality traits and individual feeling of national pride in South Korea. Asian Journal of Political Science, pp.1-19.

(With Ching-Hsing Wang and Vincent Wang) “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.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, 2017. “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.

Ching-Hsing Wang, and Dennis Lu-Chung Weng. 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 and Hyun Jin Jia) “Personality Traits and Voter Turnout in South Korea: The Mediation Argument.” Japanese Journal of Political Science, 18(3), pp.426-445.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, 2016. “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

(With Ho, Karl and Harold D. Clarke) “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.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, 2015. “Contextual Effects on Individual Voting Behavior: The Case of Taiwan.” Asian Journal of Political Science 23(3), pp. 321-345.

(With Ho, Karl, Harold D. Clarke, and Li-Khan Chen) “Valence politics and electoral choice in a new democracy: The case of Taiwan." Electoral Studies 32 (3), pp. 476-481.

Book Chapters and Reviews –

(With Mary Schlarb, and Shufang Strause) “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.

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, 2018. 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.

Encyclopedia Entry:

Dennis Lu-Chung Weng and Ching-Hsing Wang, “Life Cycle Effect,” in Fathali Moghaddam (ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior. SAGE, 2017