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Welcome to my home page. I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Florida Atlantic University .
My research area includes political behavior, public opinion, racial politics, and the Presidency.
- Published article
Chong, Dennis and Dukhong Kim. 2006. "The Experiences and Economic Status Among Racial and Ethnic Minorities." American Political Science Review 100(August):335-52.
Cook, Fay Lomax, Lawrence R. Jacobs, and Dukhong Kim. 2010. "Trusting What You Know: Information, Knowledge, and Confidence in Social Security." Journal of Politics 72(April): 397-412.
Dukhong, Kim. 2013. “Beliefs in foreign policy goals and American citizens’ support for Foreign Aid.” European Journal of Economics and Political Studies 6(1): 40-70.
Dukhong Kim. 2014. “Democracy Promotion and Americans' Support for Troop Use.” TRAME-Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences 18(2):135-158.
Dukhong Kim. 2014. “Stability and Change of Foreign Policy Values among Elites: The effects of the 9/11 attacks and the Iraq war on elites' values.” Florida Political Chronicle 23(1):38-61
Dukhong Kim. 2014. “War, Economy, Congress, and Presidents’ Usage of Executive Orders.” International Journal of Civic, Political, and Community Studies (forthcoming).
Dukhong Kim. 2014. “The Effect of Partisanship, Sophistication, and Political Context on Belief in Democracy Promotion.” Politics & Policy (forthcoming)
Dukhong Kim. 2014. "Affect and Public Support for Military Action" Sage Open (forthcoming)
- Under review
The Effect of Party Mobilization, Pan Asian ethnic Identity, Racial Context on Asian Americans’ Voter Turnout (revise/resubmit)
Perception on Minority Status and Opportunity in a Multi-racial Context and Citizens’ Attitudes toward Racial Policies
Wagner, Kevin, Dukhong Kim, and Jeremy Hagler. Stand Your Ground in Florida: The Effect of Race, Location and Weapons on Convictions.
Here are syllabi for the classes that I have taught and am teaching currently.
Presidency (Spring 2007)
American Government (Fall 2007)
American Government (Fall 2008)
Political Behavior (Fall 2007)