Assistant Professor of Politics and Government Kerri Milita published four papers in 2017 in prestigious journals. They are: 1) “Helicopter Parenting and the Policy Attitudes of College Students.” PS: Political Science & Politics 50 (2): 359-66 (co-authored with Jaclyn Bunch); 2) “Rhetorical Strategies in Congressional Elections.” Electoral Studies 46 (April): 48-63 (co-authored with Elizabeth Simas, John Barry Ryan, and Yanna Krupnikov); 3) “Beyond Roll-Off: Individual Level Abstention on Ballot Measure Voting.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties (March): 1-18 and 4) “Outcomes and Outputs: Long-term Effects of TANF on Poverty and Caseload Enrollment.” Public Policy and Administration (January): 1-20 (co-authored with Bunch and Scott Liebertz).