R. Steven Daniels, Ph.D.

R. Steven Daniels. “Revitalizing Emergency Management after Katrina.” Public Manager 36 (Fall 2007): 16-20.

R. Steven Daniels and Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels. “Vulnerability Reduction and Political Responsiveness: Explaining Executive Decisions in U.S. Disaster Policy during the Ford and Carter Administrations.”  International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 20 (August 2002): 225-253.

R. Steven Daniels, Lorin A. Baumhover, William A. Formby, and Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels. “Police Discretion and Elder Mistreatment: A Nested Model of Observation, Reporting, and Satisfaction.” Journal of Criminal Justice 27(May/June 1999): 209-225.

R. Steven Daniels. “The Paradox of Aging Policy.” The Southwest Journal on Aging 14 (2, 1998): 41-58.

Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels, R. Steven Daniels. “Street-Level Decision-Making in Elder Mistreatment Policy:  An Empirical Case Study of Service Rationing.”  Social Science Quarterly 76 (June 1995): 460-473.

R. Steven Daniels.  “The Utilization of Social Services by the Elderly:  Are Area Agency on Aging Services Becoming Biomedicalized?”  The Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 17 (Fall 1994): 179-195.

R. Steven Daniels.  “A Matter of Fairness:  The Equity of General Assistance.” Policy Studies Review, 11 (Spring 1992): 165-176.

Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels, R. Steven Daniels, Lorin A. Baumhover, “The Dilemma of Elder Abuse:  Home Health and Public Health Nurses’ Responses.”  Home Healthcare Nurse, 8 (November/December 1990): 7-12.

R. Steven Daniels and Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels, “Teaching the Vietnam War:  An Examination of History, Policy, and Impact.”  The Political Science Teacher, 3 (Fall 1990): 13-16.

Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels, Lorin A. Baumhover, R. Steven Daniels, “To Report or Not to Report: Physicians’ Responses to Elder Abuse,” Journal of Health and Human Resources Administration, 13 (Summer, 1990): 52-70.
Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels, R. Steven Daniels, Lorin A. Baumhover.  “Abuse and Neglect of the Elderly:  Are Emergency Department Personnel Fully Aware of Mandatory Reporting Laws?”  Annals of Emergency Medicine, 19 (September 1990): 970-977/49-56.

Carolyn Lea Clark-Daniels, R. Steven Daniels, and Lorin A. Baumhover, “Physicians’ and Nurses’ Responses to Abuse of the Elderly:  A Comparative Study of Two Surveys in Alabama,” The Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 1 (No. 4, 1989): 57-72.

R. Steven Daniels, “Rehabilitating the Raters:  An Assessment of Interest Group Ratings of Congress,” Congress & the Presidency, 16 (Spring 1989): 23-36.

R. Steven Daniels, Lorin A. Baumhover, and Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels, “Physicians’ Mandatory Reporting of Elder Abuse,” The Gerontologist, 29 (June 1989): 321-327.

Keith T. Poole and R. Steven Daniels, “Ideology, Party, and Voting in the U.S. Congress, 1959-1980,” American Political Science Review, 79 (June 1985): 373-399.  Reprinted in Joel Silbey, ed.  (1991). The Congress of the United States, 1789-1989.  Vol. 4.  The Rise and Fall of Political Parties in the United States, 1789-1989.  Brooklyn:  Carlson Publishing Co., pp. 329-355.

R. Steven Daniels and Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels, “County General Relief Policy in California,” Western Governmental Research Journal, 1 (no. 2, 1984): 7-13.