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Dr. Jangsup Choi

Assistant Professor

Politcal Science

Office Location: Ferguson Social Science 161




Jangsup Choi received his Ph.D. in Political Science at Texas Tech University with an emphasis on American Politics and Comparative Politics. His dissertation investigated the conditional nature of the U.S. Senator’s ideological congruence to constituent preferences. Before joining Texas A&M University-Commerce, he had taught American Government and American Public Policy at Texas Tech University, American Political Parties, American State and Local Government, and American Government and Policy at the University of Texas at Brownsville. His teaching interests include Political Behavior, American Political Parties, Public Opinion, American Presidency, and Data Analysis.

His research interests involve political behavior, campaigns and elections, U.S. Congress, and Asian politics, with special attention to the decision-making process largely influenced by institutional and electoral arrangements. His research paper, “Issue Preferences and the Voting Behavior of Muslim Americans in the 2000 and 2004 Presidential Elections,” coauthored with Dennis Patterson and Gamal Gasim, was published on Politics and Religion. His recent publications have been appeared on Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Korea Journal, Korea Observer, and The Korean Journal of Area Studies. His research paper “Inter-Korean Engagement and Human Rights in North Korea” was presented at the Heritage Foundation. He is currently working on a project investigating Korea’s diplomatic revolution and the other assessing the U.S. senator’s representation and strategic behavior.

Research Project

The Use of Open Textbooks and Student Learning Experiences

Description of the Study and Your Part in It

Dr. Jangsup Choi is inviting you to participate in a web-based online survey on an open textbook use study.

The purpose of this research is to study student perceptions regarding the use of textbooks. You will be asked to share your opinions and ideas of how to use and perceive textbooks. It will take you about 10 minutes to complete this survey.

Please see the consent form for all the details.

Consent Form

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