Barber, James David

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BARBER, James David

BARBER, James David. American, b. 1930. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: James B. Duke Professor of Political Science, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 1978-95 (Professor and Chairman, Dept. of Political Science, 1972-77). Research Staff, Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, 1951-53, 1955; Assistant Professor of Political Science, Stetson University, 1955-57; Instructor, 1960-61, Associate Director, Political Science Research Library, 1960-62, Assistant Professor, 1961-65, Director of Graduate Studies, 1965-67, Associate Professor, 1965-68, Director, Office for Advanced Political Studies, 1967-68, and Professor, 1968-72, Yale University; Chairman, Department of Political Science, Duke University, 1972-77; James B. Duke Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, 1976-; co-chair, De Witt Wallace Center for Communication and Journalism, 1988-; Editorial Board, Journal of the International Society of Political Psychology; Advisory Board, The Center for Public Integrity; Chairman, Board of Dirs., Amnesty International USA, 1984-86. Publications: The Lawmakers: Recruitment and Adaptation to Legislative Life, 1965; Power in Committees: An Experiment in the Governmental Process, 1966; Citizen Politics, 1968; The Presidential Character: Predicting Performance in the White House, 1972, 1977, 1985, 1992; Race for the Presidency, 1978; The Pulse of Politics: Electing Presidents in the Media Age, 1980, 1992; Erasmus: A Play on Words, 1982; (with others) Women Leaders in American Politics, 1985; Politics by Humans: Research in American Leadership, 1988; The Book of Democracy, 1995. EDITOR: Political Leadership in American Government, 1964; Part II Heritage of Liberty, 1964; (with R.E. Lane and F.I. Greenstein) An Introduction to Political Analysis, 1967; Power to the Citizen, 1971; Choosing the President, 1974. Address: Dept. of Political Science, Box 90204, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708, U.S.A.

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