My research interest continues to focus upon women and public policy, generally. Specifically, I continue to consider the ways in which the government defines and responds to the challenges of sexual harassment and sexual assault. In studying policy issues that affect women, I use the theoretical approach of understanding many of these issues as boundary spanning problems. My interest in women in public policy has expanded to a new project looking at difference in usage of internet enabled technologies in policy making of male and female legislators. Finally, I am beginning a new project looking into the politics of gambling.
||May, Peter, Bryan Jones, Betsi Beem, Emily Neff-Sharum, and Melissa Poague. "Regional Policy Agglomeration: Arctic Policy in Canada and the United States." Journal of Comparative Policy Studies 7 (2):1-16. |
||May, Peter, Bryan Jones, Betsi Beem, Emily Neff-Sharum, and Melissa Poague. 2005. "Component-Driven Policymaking: Arctic Policy in Canada and the United States." Policy Studies Journal 33 (1):37-64. |
Law and Policy SECONDARY
Social Policy PRIMARY
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation SECONDARY