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2015
Bergsma, Wicher,  van der Ark, Andries . Categorical marginal models: Quite extensive package for the estimation of marginal models for categorical data. Comprehensive R Archive Network. London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE Research Online, marginal models.
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2015
Ross, Ashley D.,  Rouse, Stella M. Economic uncertainty, job threat, and the resiliency of the Millennial generation's attitudes toward immigration. Social Science Quarterly. 96, (5), 1363-1379.
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2015
Drakulich, Kevin M. The hidden role of racial bias in support for policies related to inequality and crime. Punishment and Society. 17, (5), 541-574.
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2015
Knuckey, Jonathan,  Kim, Myunghee . Racial resentment, old-fashioned racism, and the vote choice of Southern and Nonsouthern Whites in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election. Social Science Quarterly. 96, (4), 905-922.
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2015
Henderson, Michael . Finding the way home: The dynamics of partisan support in Presidential campaigns. Political Behavior. 37, (4), 889-810.
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2014
Wemlinger, Elizabeth . The gender gap and torture: Opposition to torture among men and women in the USA. Social Science Journal. 51, (1), 113-119.
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2013
Fullerton, Andrew S.,  Stern, Michael J. Racial differences in the gender gap in political participation in the American South, 1952-2004. Social Science History. 37, (2), 145-176.
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2013
Muste, Christopher P. The dynamics of immigration opinion in the United States, 1992-2012. Public Opinion Quarterly. 77, (1), 398-416.
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2013
Charles, Kerwin Kofi,  Stephens, Melvin . Employment, wages, and voter turnout. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics. 5, (4), 111-143.
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2012
Harada, Masataka . The Voting Rights Act of 1965 and strategic policy making in the South. State Politics and Policy Quarterly. 12, (4), 456-482.
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2012
Brenner, Philip S. Investigating the effect of bias in survey measures of church attendance. Sociology of Religion. 73, (4), 361-383.
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2012
Monogan, Jamie . Immigration politics and partisan realignment. Twelfth Annual Conference on State Politics and Policy. Houston, TX.
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2012
Caughey, Devin Michael . Congress, Public Opinion, and Representation in the One-Party South,1930s--1960s. Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley.
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2011
Raymond, Christopher . The continued salience of religious voting in the United States, Germany, and Great Britain. Electoral Studies. 30, 125-135.
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2011
Brenner, Philip S. Exceptional behavior or exceptional identity? Overreporting of church attendance in the U.S.. Public Opinion Quarterly. 75, (1), 19-41.
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2011
Abrajano, Marisa,  Poole, Keith T. Assessing the ethnic and racial diversity of American public opinion. Who Gets Represented?. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.
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2011
Enns, Peter K.,  Wlezien, Christopher . Group opinion and the study of representation. Who Gets Represented?. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.
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2010
Fullerton, Andrew S.,  Stern, Michael J. Explaining the persistence and eventual decline of the gender gap in voter registration and turnout in the American South, 1956-1980. Social Science History. 34, (2), 129-170.
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2010
Unnever, James D.,  Cullen, Francis T. The social sources of Americans' punitiveness: A test of three competing models. Criminology. 48, (1), 99-129.
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2010
Segura, Gary M.,  Valenzuela, Ali A. Hope, tropes, and dopes: Hispanic and White racial animus in the 2008 election. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 40, (3), 497-514.
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2010
Deufel, Benjamin J.,  Kedar, Orit . Race and turnout in U.S. elections: Exposing hidden effects. Public Opinion Quarterly. 74, (2), 286-318.
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2010
Winburn, Jonathan,  Wagner, Michael W. Carving voters out: Redistricting's influence on political information, turnout, and voting behavior. Political Research Quarterly. 63, (2), 373-386.
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2010
Reingold, Beth,  Harrell, Jessica . The impact of descriptive representation on women's political engagement: Does party matter?. Political Research Quarterly. 63, (2), 280-294.
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2010
Reingold, Beth,  Harrell, Jessica . The impact of descriptive representation on women?s political engagement: Does party matter?. Political Research Quarterly. 63, (2), 280-294.
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