• Jones, Michael, Geoboo Song, Aaron Smith‐Walter, Rachael Moye, Creed Tumlison, Briana Huett, and Ben Galloway. 2020. “Editorial Introduction: Discussing Policy Theories, Policy Formation, and Analytical Methods.” Policy Studies Journal 48(1): 6-10. (Link)
  • Jones, Michael, Geoboo Song, Aaron Smith‐Walter, Creed Tumlison, Rachael Moyer, and Briana Kordsmeier. 2019. “Editorial Team Introduction.” Policy Studies Journal 47(4): 848-853. (Link)
  • Moyer, Rachael and Geoboo Song. 2019. “Cultural Predispositions, Specific Affective Feelings, and Benefit-Risk Perceptions: Explicating Local Policy Elites’ Perceived Utility of High Voltage Power Line Installations.” Journal of Risk Research 22(4): 416-431. (Link)
  • Kordsmeier, Briana, Creed Tumlison, and Geoboo Song. 2019. “Ideological Orientations, LGBT Contact, and Formation of LGBT Policy Position.” Social Science Quarterly 100(3): 779-792. (Link)
  • Tumlison, Creed and Geoboo Song. 2019. “Cultural Values, Trust, and Benefit-Risk Perceptions of Hydraulic Fracturing: A Comparative Analysis of Policy Elites and the General Public.” Risk Analysis 39(3): 511-534. (Link) [Note: Selected as a lead article]
  • Zanocco, Chad, Geoboo Song, and Michael Jones. 2018. “Fracking Bad Guys: The Role of Narrative Character Affect in Shaping Hydraulic Fracturing Policy Preferences.” Policy Studies Journal 46(4): 978-999. (Link)
  • Tumlison, Creed, Eric Button, Geoboo Song, and John Kester III. 2018. “What Explains Local Policy Elites’ Preferences toward Renewable Energy/Energy Efficiency Policy?” Energy Policy 117C: 377-386. (Link)
  • Jorgensen, Paul, Geoboo Song, and Michael Jones. 2018. “Public Support for Campaign Finance Reform: The Role of Policy Narratives, Cultural Predispositions, and Political Knowledge in Collective Policy Preference Formation.” Social Science Quarterly 99(1): 216-230. (Link)
  • Jin, Jongsoon and Geoboo Song. 2017. “Bureaucratic Accountability and Disaster Response: Why Did the Korea Coast Guard Fail in Its Rescue Mission During the Sewol Ferry Accident?” Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy 8(3): 220-243. (Link)
  • Tumlison, Creed, Rachael Moyer, and Geoboo Song. 2017. “The Origin and Role of Trust in Local Policy Elites’ Perceptions on High Voltage Power Line Installations in the State of Arkansas.” Risk Analysis 37(5): 1018-1036. (Link)
  • Moyer, Rachael and Geoboo Song. 2016. “Understanding Local Policy Elites’ Perceptions on the Benefits and Risks Associated with High Voltage Power Line Installations in the State of Arkansas” Risk Analysis 36(10): 1983-1999. (Link)
  • Kester III, John, Rachael Moyer, and Geoboo Song. 2015. “Down the Line: Assessing the Trajectory of Energy Policy Research Development.” Policy Studies Journal 43(S1): S40-S55. (Link)
  • Song, Geoboo, Carol Silva, and Hank Jenkins-Smith. 2014. “Cultural Worldview and Preference for Childhood Vaccination Policy.” Policy Studies Journal 42(4): 528-554. (Link)
  • Jones, Michael and Geoboo Song. 2014. “Making Sense of Climate Change: How Story Frames Shape Cognition.” Political Psychology 35(4): 447-476. (Link)  [Note: Selected as a lead article]
  • Song, Geoboo. 2014. “Understanding Public Perceptions of Benefits and Risks of Childhood Vaccinations in the United States.” Risk Analysis 34(3): 541-555. (Link) [Note: Selected as a media campaign article]
  • Ripberger, Joe, Geoboo Song, Matthew Nowlin, Michael Jones, and Hank Jenkins-Smith. 2012. “Reconsidering the Relationship between Cultural Theory, Political Ideology, and Political Knowledge.” Social Science Quarterly 93(3): 713-731. (Link)


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