Janel Jett

Janel Jett

Graduate Student // Political Science

Curriculum vitae


Contact

jettj@purdue.edu

 

Fields of Study

American Politics
Public Policy

 

Teaching Experience

Introduction To Environmental Policy (POL 223), Independent Instructor, Summer 2021
Politics of Regulation (POL 428), Teaching Assistant, Spring 2021
Introduction to Public Policy (POL 120), Teaching Assistant, Spring 2021

 

Awards, Fellowships, & Grants

Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship (declined) 2021-2022
Pi Sigma Alpha Teaching Assistant of the Year 2021
Chateaubriand Fellowship 2020
CLA Emergency COVID Relief Fellowship 2020
PCCRC Graduate Student Travel Grant 2019
PROMISE Award 2018, 2019
Graduate School Incentive Grant 2018, 2019
Summer Methods Training Award 2018, 2019
C-SPAN Archives Research Grant 2018
Devin Roberson Memorial Award 2018
Frederick N. Andrews Fellowship 2016-2018 

 

Publications

Jett, Janel and Leigh Raymond. 2021. "Issue Framing and U.S. State Energy and Climate Policy Choice." Review of Policy Research.

Hoewe, Jennifer, Eric Wiemer, Tiwaladeoluwa Adekunle, Rachel Barton, Janel Jett, and Alexander Pijanowski. 2020. "Linking Political TV Shows with Female Lead Characters to Political Engagement: the Roles of Parasocial Relationships and Gender Identity." Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 64(5): 672-692.

Clawson, Rosalee A. and Janel Jett. 2019. "The Media Whiteness of Social Security and Medicare." Politics, Groups and Identities, 7(1): 207-218.

Book Chapters

Jett, Janel. 2021. "Portraits of Policy Discourse on C-SPAN." In The Evolution of Political Rhetoric: The Year in C-SPAN Archives Research, ed. Robert X. Browning. Purdue University Press.

Cann, Heather W. and Janel Jett. 2020. "Ignore the Hoaxsters and Unleash American Energy: President Trump's Rhetoric on Climate Change." In President Trump's First Term: The Year in C-SPAN Archives Research, ed. Robert X. Browning. Purdue University Press.

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