Dr. Janet B. Johnson
Janet B. Johnson, PhD (Cornell University, 1979) joined the Department in 1977. She specializes in Environmental Policy, State and Local Government and Research Methods. Professor Johnson teaches in these areas and in public policy. Her current research focuses on politics and policies related to unconventional oil and gas development.
'Connectivity with Nature as a Measure of Environmental Values,' with D. Dutcher, J. Finley, and A.E. Luloff. Environment and Behavior. 39:4 (2007): 474-493.
Research Methods in Political Science, 5th edition. With H.T. Reynolds. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2005.
Working with Political Science Research Methods: Problems and Exercises. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2005.
'Landowner Perceptions of Protecting and Establishing Riparian Forests: A Qualitative Analysis,' with Daniel D. Dutcher, James C. Finley, and A.E. Luloff. Society and Natural Resources. 17 (2004): 319-332.