Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Wells, Dominic D. 2018. “You All Made Dank Memes: Using Internet Memes to Promote Critical Thinking.” Journal of Political Science Education 14(2): 240-248. (Click Here to View Article)
Wells, Dominic D. and Anthony D. Molina. 2017. “The Truth About Honesty.” Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs 3(3): 292-308. (Click Here to View Article)
Wells, Dominic D. and Nathan A. Nemire. 2017. “Introducing Students to the Application of Statistics and Investigative Methods in Political Science.” Teaching Statistics 39(2): 47-51.
Wells, Dominic D. 2016. “The Dynamics of Direct Democracy and Voter Turnout.” In Why Don’t Americans Vote: Causes and Consequences. Bridgett A. King and Kathleen Hale. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO Greenwood.
Kear, Andrew R. and Dominic D. Wells. 2014. “Coalitions are People: Policy Narratives and the Defeat of Ohio Senate Bill 5.” In The Science of Stories: Applications of the Narrative Policy Framework in Public Policy Analysis. Michael D. Jones, Elizabeth A. Shanahan, Mark K. McBeth. New York: Palgrave.
Shelton, Jon. 2018. Teacher Strike! Public Education and the Making of a New American Political Order (Ubrana: University of Illinois Press, 2017). Journal of Public Affairs Education.
Luban, David. 2017. Torture, Power, and Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014). Terrorism and Political Violence.
Atack, Iain. 2015. Nonviolence in Political Theory (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012). Peace & Change.