Frank Louis Rusciano (Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1983) is Professor and Chair of Political Science at Rider University. He is a three-time Alexander von Humboldt Fellow and a former Guest Professor at the University of Mainz. His books include Isolation and Paradox: Defining "the Public" in Modern Political Analysis (Greenwood, 1989), and World Opinion and the Emerging International Order (Praeger, 1998), which one critic described as "the best book yet on the impact of the global flow of information on people's perceptions, beliefs, and values." He has also contributed several chapters to books and his articles have appeared in such journals as the International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Comparative Politics, Current World Leaders: International Issues, Western Political Quarterly, The Southeastern Political Review, and The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics.
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