Research

Book (in progress):

Salamone, Michael F. Perceptions of Supreme Court Polarization: How Division among the Justices Shapes its Public Image. Book manuscript in progress. [prospectus and chapter drafts available upon request.]

Journal Articles and Book Chapters:

Clayton, Cornell W., and Michael F. Salamone. Forthcoming. "The Supreme Court." In Developments in American Politics, 8th edition, eds. Gillian Peele, Christopher J. Bailey, Bruce Cain, and B. Guy Peters. Palgrave Macmillan.

Salamone, Michael F., Orion A. Yoesle, and Travis N. Ridout. 2017 "Judicial Norms and Campaigns: The Content of Advertisements in State Supreme Court Races." Justice System Journal 38(1): 4-21.

Salamone, Michael F. 2016. "American Constitutional Develpment, 1937-1980." In American Governance, ed. Stephen L. Schechter: Detroit: Macmillan.

Clayton, Cornell W., and Michael F. Salamone. 2014. "Still Crazy after All These Years: The Polarized Politics of the Roberts Court Continue." The Forum 12(4): 739-762.

Salamone, Michael F. 2014. "Judicial Consensus and Public Opinion: Conditional Response to Supreme Court Majority Size." Political Research Quarterly 67(2): 320-334. [data available upon request.]
Hanley, John, Michael Salamone, and Matthew Wright. 2012. "Reviving the Schoolmaster: Re-evaluating public opinion in the wake of Roe v. Wade." Political Research Quarterly 65(2):408-421.
Luks, Samantha, and Michael Salamone. 2008. "Abortion." In Public Opinion and Constitutional Controversy, ed. Nathaniel Persily, Jack Citrin, and Patrick Egan. Oxford University Press.

Papers in Progress:

Salamone, Michael F., and Brenden Higashi. "Qualifications and Credibility: Anti-Elitism and Reaction to Judicial Decisions." Presented at MPSA 2017.

Salamone, Michael F., and Orion A. Yoesle. "Ideology and Television Advertising in Judicial Races." Presented at APSA 2015.

Kromphardt, Christopher D., Michael F. Salamone, and Shane A. Gleason. "Clerk Networks: Law Clerks, the Federalist Society, and Opinion Language." Early draft presented at MPSA 2015.

Salamone, Michael F. "Personality and the Legitimation of Supreme Court Decisions." Paper to be presented at APSA 2017.

Salamone, Michael F. and Christopher D. Kromphardt. "'Unpresidented!' Trump's use of Twitter to Influence Judicial Legitimacy.'' Paper in progress.