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1985
Buell, Emmett H., Jr.,  Sigelman, Lee . An Army that Meets Every Sunday? Popular Support for the Moral Majority in 1980. Social Science Quarterly. 66, (2), 426-434.
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1989
Welch, Susan,  Sigelman, Lee . A Black Gender Gap?. Social Science Quarterly. 70, (1), 120-133.
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1982
Welch, Susan,  Sigelman, Lee . Changes in Public Attitudes Toward Women in Politics. Social Science Quarterly. 63, (2), 312-322.
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2000
Welch, Susan,  Sigelman, Lee . Getting to Know You? Latino-Anglo Social Contact. Social Science Quarterly. 81, (1), 68-83.
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2001
Wilcox, Clyde,  Sigelman, Lee . Political Mobilization in the Pews: Religious Contacting and Electoral Turnout. Social Science Quarterly. 82, 524-535.
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1999
Wilcox, Clyde,  DeBell, Matthew,  Sigelman, Lee . The Second Coming of the New Christian Right: Patterns of Popular Support in 1984 and 1996. Social Science Quarterly. 80, (1), 181-192.
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1987
Buell, Emmett H., Jr.,  Sigelman, Lee . A Second Look at 'Popular Support for the Moral Majority in 1980: A Second Look. Social Science Quarterly. 68, 167-169.
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1987
Sigelman, Lee,  Wilcox, Clyde,  Buell, Emmett H., Jr. . An Unchanging Minority: Popular Support for the Moral Majority, 1980 and 1984. Social Science Quarterly. 68, (4), 876-884.
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1983
Sigelman, Lee,  Konda, Thomas . Understanding opinion dynamics: The case of subjective powerlessness. Social Science Quarterly. 64, (1), 119-128.
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