Loepp, Eric and Shane M. Redman. 2020. “Partisanship, Sexuality, and Perceptions of Candidates.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.
Redman, Shane M. 2018. “Effects of Same-Sex Legislation on Attitudes toward Homosexuality.” Political Research Quarterly 71: 628-641.
Bonneau, Chris W. and Shane M. Redman. 2017. “Citizens United v. FEC.” In Encyclopedia of American Civil Rights and Liberties, Revised and Expanded Edition. Edited by Kara Stooksbury, Otis Stephens, and John Scheb. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Redman, Shane M. 2017. “Descriptive Gender Representation and Legitimacy in U.S. Trial Courts.” Justice System Journal 38: 311-331.
Bonneau, Chris W., Jarrod T. Kelly, Kira Pronin, Shane M. Redman, and Matthew Zarit. 2017. “Evaluating the Effects of Multiple Opinion Rationales on Supreme Court Legitimacy.” American Politics Research 45: 335-365.
Bonneau, Chris W. and Shane M. Redman. 2015. “Much Ado About Nothing: The Irrelevance of Williams-Yulee v. The Florida Bar on the Conduct of Judicial Elections.” Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 68: 31-41.
Bonneau, Chris W., Jarrod T. Kelly, Kira Pronin, Shane M. Redman, and Matthew Zarit. 2017. “Supreme Court Judgments Based on Reasons Outside the Law are Unlikely to Harm its Legitimacy.” United States Politics and Policy blog at London School of Economics (January 13th).
Bonneau, Chris W. and Shane M. Redman. 2015. “The Supreme Court Said Judges Can’t Solicit Campaign Contributions. This Probably Won’t Matter.” The Monkey Cage at The Washington Post (May 7th).