Dr. Christopher B. Kenny
PhD: Washington University-St. Louis
Office: 228 Stubbs Hall
Area of Interest
Dr. Christopher Kenny studies American politics. His research areas include elections,political participation, and the social context of behavior.
Kenny, Christopher B., Christopher Weber, and Kathleen Bratton. 2017. "The Characteristics of Interpersonal Networks in Disaster Response." Social Science Quarterly 98 (2): 566-583.
Kenny, Christopher B., and Eric Jenner. 2008. "Direction vs Proximity in the Social Influence Process." Political Behavior 30:73-95.
Kenny, Christopher B., 1998. "The Behavioral Consequences of Political Discussion: Another Look at Discussant Effects on Vote Choice." Journal of Politics 60 (1): 231-244.
POLI 2051-American Government
POLI 4034-Political Participation
POLI 7930-Seminar in Political Behavior
Dr. Christopher Kenny studies American politics. His research areas include elections, political participation, and the social context of behavior. His most recent research investigates how income inequality affects participation in politics, and how individuals construct information networks during natural disasters. His published work has appeared in The American Political Science Review, The American Journal of Political Science, and the Journal of Politics. He currently serves as Internship Director in the Department of Political Science.