Dr. Bryan Parsons

Assistant Professor
Department: Public Affairs
Office: 203 Francis T. West Hall
Phone: 375-4967

parsons@roanoke.edu

Degrees:

Ph.D., Political Science, University of South Carolina, 2010

B.S., Political Science, Appalachian State University, 2005

Course List

Homepage:

http://bmparsons.weebly.com/

Research & Teaching Interests:

American politics; public policy; political networks; political behavior; state and local politics

Recent Publications:

Parsons, Bryan M. "The Social Identity Politics of Peer Networks." American Politics Research, forthcoming.

Bowman, Ann O'M., and Bryan M. Parsons. 2013. "Making Connections: Local Governments and Performance Regimes." Public Administration Review, 73(1): 63-73.

Parsons, Bryan M. 2010. "Social Networks and the Affective Impact of Political Disagreement." Political Behavior 32(2): 181-204.

Bowman, Ann O'M., and Bryan M. Parsons. 2009. "Vulnerability and Resilience in Local Government: Assessing the Strength of Performance Regimes." State and Local Government Review 41(1): 13-24.

Available as a Media resource for the following topics:

American public policy

State and local politics

Willing to speak to professional, social or civic groups on:

American public policy

State and local politics