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Abrajano, Marisa and Keith Poole. 2009. “Assessing the Ethnic/Racial Diversity of American Public Opinion.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Abramowitz, Alan I. 2009. “US Senate Elections in a Polarized Era.” in Conference on Legislative Elections, Process and Policy: The Influence of Bicameralism. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

Albright, Jeremy J. 2009. “Does Political Knowledge Erode Party Attachments?: A Review of the Cognitive Mobilization Thesis.” Electoral Studies 28:248-260.

Althaus, Scott. 2009. “Measuring News Exposure in Contemporary Media Systems: Lessons From American National Election Studies.” in International Communication Association 2009 Annual Meeting, edited by S. Althaus and D. Tewksbury.

Andersen, David. 2009. “Electoral Effects on the Distribution of Political Knowledge.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Andersen, Kristi and Hannah Allerdice. 2009. “Local Context as a Factor in Attitudes Toward Immigration.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Andres, Gary. 2009. “The GOP’S Best Weapon in 2010.” in The Salt Lake Tribune.

Andres, Gary. 2009. “Targeting the Doubting Thomas Vote; The least pious among us are the fastest growing group in the country.” in The Weekly Standard.

Aoki, Andrew L. and Okiyoshi Takeda. 2009. Asian American Politics: Polity.

Artime, Michael. 2009. “The Modernization of Political Information: The Internet and the Changing Landscape of American Politics.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Baron, Jonathan. 2009. “Belief-Overkill in Political Judgments.”

Barreto, Matt A. and Francisco A. Pedraza. 2009. “The renewal and persistence of group identification in American politics.” Electoral Studies 28:595-605.

Bartels, Larry M. 2009. “Economic Inequality and Political Representation.” Pp. 167 in The Unsustainable American State, edited by L. R. Jacobs and D. King: Oxford University Press.

Bauerlein, Mark. 2009. The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future (Or, Don’t Trust Anyone Under 30): Penguin.

Binder, Andrew R., Kajsa E. Dalrymple, Dominique Brossard, and Dietram A Scheufele. 2009. “The Soul of a Polarized Democracy: Testing Theoretical Linkages between Talk and Attitude Extremity During the 2004 Presidential Election.” Communication Research 36:315 -340.

Bishin, Benjamin G. 2009. Tyranny of the minority: the subconstituency politics theory of representation: Temple University Press.

Bolce, Louis and Gerald De Maio. 2009. “A ‘Prejudice’ for the Thinking Classes: The Impact of Media Frames of the New Religious Divide and how Political Sophisticates Perceive Christian Fundamentalists”.” Hotel InterContinental, New Orleans, LA.

Bolce, Louis and Gerald De Maio. 2009. “Trait Transference as a Factor in the Politicization of Anti-Christian Fundamentalist Affect.” in Annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association. Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

Bosch, Brandon. 2009. “Tracing Attitudes to their Source: News Sources and the Availability and Use of Information in Candidate Evaluations.” in WPSA Annual Meeting: “Ideas, Interests and Institutions”. Hyatt Regency Vancouver, BC Canada, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Bowers, Melanie and Robert R. Preuhs. 2009. “Collateral Consequences of a Collateral Penalty: The Negative Effect of Felon Disenfranchisement Laws on the Political Participation of Nonfelons.” Social Science Quarterly 90:722–743.

Brady, David, Benjamin Sosnaud, and Steven M. Frenk. 2009. “The Shifting and Diverging White Working Class in U.S. Presidential Elections, 1972–2004.” Social Science Research 38:118-33.

Brewer, Mark and Jeffrey Stonecash. 2009. “Changing the Political Dialogue and Political Alignments: George Wallace and his 1968 Presidential Campaign.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Brewer, Mark D. 2009. Party Images in the American Electorate. New York: Routledge.

Brooks, Stephen. 2009. Understanding American Politics: University of Toronto Press.

Brown, R. Khari. 2009. “Denominational Differences in Support for Race-Based Policies Among White, Black, Hispanic, and Asian Americans.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48:604-615.

Brox, Brian J. and Madison L. Cassels. 2009. “The Contemporary Effects of Vice-Presidential Nominees: Sarah Palin and the 2008 Presidential Campaign.” Journal of Political Marketing 8:349 -363.

Buckler, Kevin, Steve Wilson, and Patti Ross Salinas. 2009. “Public Support for Punishment and Progressive Criminal Justice Policy Preferences: The Role of Symbolic Racism and Negative Racial Stereotype.” American Journal of Criminal Justice 34:238-252.

Burch, Traci. 2009. “Can the New Commander-In-Chief Sustain His All Volunteer Standing Army?” Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race 6:153-171.

Burden, Barry C. 2009. “The Dynamic Effects of Education on Voter Turnout.” Electoral Studies 28:540-549.

Burden, Barry C. and Sunshine Hillygus. 2009. “Opinion Formation, Polarization, and Presidential Reelection.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 39:619-35.

Burden, Barry C. and Philip E. Jones. 2009. “Strategic Voting in the US.” Pp. 47-64 in Duverger’s Law of Plurality Voting, vol. 13, Studies in Public Choice. New York: Springer New York.

Cassino, Dan and Yasemin Besen-Cassino. 2009. Consuming politics: Jon Stewart, branding, and the youth vote in America: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Chang, Tracy F. H. and Marc T. Cryer. 2009. “”Popcorn and Politics”: Teaching Politics through Film.” Labor Studies Journal 34:408-414.

Citrin, Jack and Matthew Wright. 2009. “Priming Patriotism and Accepting Immigrants: Does Waving the Right Flag Matter?” in ISPP 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Claassen, Ryan L. and Benjamin Highton. 2009. “Policy Polarization among Party Elites and the Significance of Political Awareness in the Mass Public.” Political Research Quarterly 62:538-551.

Clarke, Harold D., Allan Kornberg, and Thomas J. Scotto. 2009. Making political choices: Canada and the United States: University of Toronto Press.

Clarke, Harold D. and Allan L. McCutcheon. 2009. “The Dynamics of Party Identification Reconsidered.” Public Opinion Quarterly 73:704-728.

Clawson, Rosalee A. and Eric N. Waltenburg. 2009. Legacy and legitimacy: black Americans and the Supreme Court: Temple University Press.

Coburn, Tom. 2009. “Democrats Seen as the “Undeserving Rich” Face Rejection by Party Voters.”

Cohen, Adam B., Ariel Malka, Eric D. Hill, Felix Thoemmes, Peter C. Hill, and Jill M. Sundie. 2009. “Race as a Moderator of the Relationship between Religiosity and Political Alignment.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35:271-282.

Cohen, Patricia. 2009. “Field Study: Just How Relevant Is Political Science?” Pp. 1 in The New York Times.

Collins, Nathan. 2009. “Why Do We Pay Attention to Candidate Race and Gender?” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Collins, Nathan. 2009. “Why Do We Use Race and Gender When Policy Information is Available? A Theory of the Development of Political Categorization Schemes.” in Paper presented at the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada.

Condon, Meghan, Par Jason Engle, and Amber Wichowsky. 2009. “Reexamining the Gender Gap in Ideology.” in Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

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Craemer, Thomas. 2009. “Implicit Closeness to Blacks, Support for Affirmative Action, Slavery Reparations, and Vote Intentions for Barack Obama in the 2008 Elections.” in Annual meeting of the ISPP 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Crawford, Sue and Kaitlin Hagen. 2009. “Welcoming the Stranger: Examining the Impact of Religious Solidarity and Religious Traditionalism on Attitudes toward Immigration.” in Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Currie, Duncan. 2009. “America’s “Post-Partisan” Era Just A Dream.” in CBS News Online.

Dalton, Russell J. 2009. “Parties, Partisanship, and Democratic Politics.” Perspectives on Politics 7:628-629.

Davis, Darren W. 2009. Negative Liberty: Public Opinion and the Terrrorist Attacks on America: Russell Sage Foundation.

Delshad, Ashlie. 2009. “Civic Duty and Voting: The Additive and Interactive Role of Election Specific Factors in American Presidential Elections 1972-1992.” Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

Delshad, Ashlie. 2009. “Persnickety Validity: Comparing Construct Validity Across Civic Duty Indicators.” in Annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association. Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

Dempsey, Jason K. 2009. Our army: soldiers, politics, and American civil-military relations: Princeton University Press.

DeSante, Christopher. 2009. “The Perceived Culture of Partisanship.” in ISPP 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Devine, Christopher. 2009. “What Makes Mike Huckabee More Conservative than Rudy Giuliani?”. Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

Devine, Christopher. 2009. “What Makes Mike Huckabee More Conservative than Rudy Giuliani?: How Social Issues Dominate Ideological Perceptions.” in Annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association. Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

DiSogra, Charles and Mario Callegaro. 2009. “Computing Response Rates for Probability-Based Web Panels.” in Section on Survey Research Methods – Joint Statistical Methods 2009. Washington, DC.

Donovan, Todd, Daniel A. Smith, and Christopher Z. Mooney. 2009. State & Local Politics: Institutions & Reform: The Essentials: Cengage Learning.

Dow, Jay K. 2009. “Gender differences in political knowledge: Distinguishing characteristics-based and returns-based differences.” Political Behavior 31:117-136.

Downey, Keith Michael. 2009. “What factors impact public opinion on federal government spending?” M.P.P. Dissertation Thesis, Georgetown University.

Dyck, Joshua J. and Edward L. Jr. Lascher. 2009. “Direct Democracy and Political Efficacy Reconsidered.” Political Behavior 31:401-427.

Eaton, Asia A., Penny S. Visser, Jon A. Krosnick, and Sowmya Anand. 2009. “Social Power and Attitude Strength Over the Life Course.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35:1646-1660.

Edelman, Benjamin. 2009. “Red Light States: Who Buys Online Adult Entertainment?” Journal of Economic Perspectives 23:209-220.

Eibach, Richard P. and Lisa K. Libby. 2009. “Ideology of the Good Old Days: Exaggerated Perceptions of Moral Decline and Conservative Politics.” Pp. 402-426 in Social and Psychological Bases of Ideology and System Justification, edited by J. T. Jost, A. C. Kay, and H. Thorisdottir. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Elder, Laurel and Steven Greene. 2009. “‘Mortgage Moms’ and ‘More Responsible Fathers’: Parenthood and Issue Attitudes in the 2008 Presidential Election.” in Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada.

Elliott, Catherine S., Keith Fitzgerald, Donald M. Hayward, and Stela Krasteva. 2009. “Some Indications of Limits to Framing the Policy Preferences of the Civically Engaged: Interplay of Social Capital, Race Attitudes, and Social Justice Frames.” Journal of Socio-Economics 38:96-103.

Epstein, Liana and David Sears. 2009. “Culture of Honor and the Southern Voter: Understanding southern political realignment in the United States.” in ISPP 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Espinosa, Adriana. 2009. “Essays in public opinion: The effect of economic variables on general sentiment for public policies.” Ph.D. Dissertation Thesis, University of California, Berkeley.

Federico, Christopher M. 2009. “How People Organize Their Political Attitudes: The Roles of Ideology, Expertise, and Evaluative Motivation.” Psychological Science Agenda 23.

Federico, Christopher M, Emily L. Fisher, and Grace M. Deason. 2009. “Expertise and the Ideological Consequences of the Authoritarian Predisposition.” in Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada.

Feinstein, Brian D. 2009. “The Dynasty Advantage: Family Ties in Congressional Elections.” in Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.

Firebaugh, Glenn and Matthew Schroeder. 2009. “Does Your Neighbor’s Income Affect Your Happiness?” American Journal of Sociology 115:805-31.

Flavin, Patrick and John D. Griffin. 2009. “Policy, Preferences, and Participation: Government’s Impact on Democratic Citizenship.” The Journal of Politics 71:544-559.

Flavin, Patrick and Benjamin Radcliff. 2009. “Union Membership and Voter Turnout Across Nations.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Francia, Peter and Nathan Bigelow. 2009. “What’s the Matter With the White Working Class? The Effects of Union Membership in the 2004 Presidential Election.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Gainous, Jason and Laurie Rhodebeck. 2009. “Context Matters: Race, Values, and Opinions on Social Issues.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Gerber, Alan S. and Gregory A. Huber. 2009. “Partisanship and Economic Behavior: Do Partisan Differences in Economic Forecasts Predict Real Economic Behavior?” American Political Science Review 103:407-426.

Gibsona1, James L. and Gregory A. Caldeiraa. 2009. “Knowing the Supreme Court? A Reconsideration of Public Ignorance of the High Court.” The Journal of Politics 71:429-441.

Glasgow, Garrett. 2009. “A Test to Distinguish Between Moderation and Attitude Instability Due to Ambivalence.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Gleason, Laurel. 2009. “Propagandizing the Status Quo: The Differential Impact of Cultivated Worldviews on Minorities.” in International Communication Association 2009 Annual Meeting.

Goble, Hannah. 2009. “Delayed Suffrage: Female Turnout in the Twentieth Century.” in Annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association. Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

Gorecki, Maciej. 2009. “Why Bother Lying when You Know So Few Care? Party Contact, Education, and Overreporting Voter Turnout in Different Types of Elections.” in Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Green, Jeremy. 2009. “Belief in a Just World and Support for Public Health and Social Welfare Policies.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Grofman, Bernard, André Blais, and Shaun Bowler. 2009. Duverger’s Law of Plurality Voting: The Logic of Party Competition in Canada, India, the United Kingdom and the United States: Springer.

Grofman, Bernard, Samuel Merrill, Thomas L. Brunell, and William Koetzle. 2009. “The Potential Electoral Disadvantages of a Catch-All Party. Ideological Variance among Republicans and Democrats in the 50 US States.” Party Politics 5:199-210.

Guerrero, Mario. 2009. “It’s Bush, Stupid: Retrospective Voting in 2008.” in Annual meeting of the WPSA. Hyatt Regency Vancouver, BC Canada, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Gutman, Ellen. 2009. “Ideological (Mis)Perception: Views of the Ideology of Candidates for Office.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Han, Hahrie C. 2009. Moved to Action: Motivation, Participation, and Inequality in American Politics. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Harris, Richard A. and Daniel J. Tichenor. 2009. A History of the U.S. Political System: Ideas, Interests, and Institutions: ABC-CLIO.

Hayes, Danny. 2009. “Has Television Personalized Voting Behavior?” Political Behavior 31:231-260.

Hayes, Danny. 2009. “The Participatory Effects of Redistricting.” American Journal of Political Science 53:1006-18.

Heidemann, Erik. 2009. “Who Gets Contacted to Vote? Why, Voters, of Course.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Hendriks, Henriet. 2009. “The battleground effect: How the electoral college shapes post-election political attitudes and behavior.” Ph.D. Dissertation Thesis, University of Minnesota.

Hillygus, D. Sunshine and Todd G. Shields. 2009. The Persuadable Voter: Wedge Issues in Presidential Campaigns: Princeton University Press.

Hughes, Robert. 2009. “Equal Opportunity, Market Reference and Voter Turnout: An Analysis of the 1996, 2000, and 2004 U.S. Presidential Elections.” Social Thought & Research 30:39-85.

Hughes, Robert P. 2009. “The Structure of Political Ideology, and its Influence on Voter Turnout: An Analysis of the 2000 and 2004 Presidential Elections.” University of Kansas.

Hutchings, Vincent L. 2009. “Change or More of The Same? Evaluating Racial Attitudes in the Obama Era.” Public Opinion Quarterly 73:917-942.

International, United Press. 2009. “As parents moms lean left, dads lean right.” in UPI Newstrack: United Press International.

Jackson, Robert A., Jeffery J. Mondak, and Robert Huckfeldt. 2009. “Examining the Possible Corrosive Impact of Negative Advertising on Citizens’ Attitudes toward Politics.” Political Research Quarterly 62:55 -69.

Jacobsmeier, Matthew. 2009. “The Effects of Race-Based Perceptions of Candidate Ideologies on Vote Choice in U.S. House Elections.” in Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Jacobsmeier, Matthew L. 2009. “Elections in Black and White: Race, Perceptions, and Voting Behavior In U.S. House Elections.” in Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada.

Jacobson, Gary. 2009. “The Bush Legacy in the 2008 Congressional Elections.” Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference.

Jacobson, Gary C. 2009. “The Effects of the George W. Bush Presidency on Partisan Attitudes.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 39:172–209.

Jacoby, William G. 2009. “Ideology and vote choice in the 2004 election.” Electoral Studies 28:584-94.

Jacoby, William G. 2009. “Public opinion during a presidential campaign: Distinguishing the effects of environmental evolution and attitude change.” Electoral Studies 28:422-36.

Jang, Seung-Jin. 2009. “Are Diverse Political Networks Always Bad for Participatory Democracy? Indifference, Alienation, and Political Disagreements.” American Politics Research 37:879-898.

Jensen, Grace. 2009. “The Effect of Political Trust on Immigration Policy Preferences.” Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

Jones, David and Monika McDermott. 2009. “Disapproval of Congress and the 2008 House Elections.” in Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Jost, John T., Aaron C. Kay, and Hulda Thorisdottir. 2009. Social and Psychological Bases of Ideology and System Justification: Oxford University Press.

Kalkan, K.O., G.C. Layman, and E.M. Uslaner. 2009. “”Bands of Others”? Attitudes toward Muslims in Contemporary American Society.” Journal of Politics 71:847-62.

Kam, Cindy D. 2009. “Gender and Economic Voting, Revisited.” Electoral Studies 28:615-624.

Kim, Young Mie. 2009. “Issue Publics in the New Information Environment: Selectivity, Domain Specificity, and Extremity.” Communication Research 36:254-84.

Kinder, Donald R. and Cindy D. Kam. 2009. Us against them: ethnocentric foundations of American opinion: University of Chicago Press.

King, Gary, Sidney Verba, Kay Lehman Schlozman, and Norman H. Nie. 2009. The Future of Political Science: 100 Perspectives: Taylor & Francis US.

Klinkner, Philip. 2009. “Obama and the Politics of Race.” in Annual meeting of the WPSA. Hyatt Regency Vancouver, BC Canada, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Knobloch-Westerwick, Silvia and Jingbo Meng. 2009. “Looking the Other Way: Selective Exposure to Attitude-Consistent and Counterattitudinal Political Information.” Communication Research36:426-448.

Knuckey, Jonathan. 2009. “Explaining Partisan Change among Northeastern Whites.” Politics & Policy 37:1331 -1355.

Krohn, Marvin D., Alan J. Lizotte, and Gina Penly Hall. 2009. Handbook on Crime and Deviance: Springer.

Krosnick, Jon A., Josh Pasek, Yphtach Lelkes, Omair Akhtar, and Trevor Tompson. 2009. “The Impact of Racism on Votes in the 2008 Presidential Election: Results from the Associated Press/Yahoo News!/Stanford Survey, the Stanford Mri Survey, and the American National Election Studies.” in Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada.

Lau, Richard R. 2009. “Self-Interest, Symbolic Attitudes, and Support for Public Policy: A Multilevel Analysis.” Political Psychology 30:513-37.

Lau, Richard R. and C. Heldman. 2009. “Self-Interest, Symbolic Attitudes, and Support for Public Policy: A Multilevel Analysis.” Political Psychology 30:513-37.

Lawrence, Christopher N. 2009. “Accounting for the “Known Unknowns”: Incorporating Uncertainty in Second-Stage Estimation.”

Lawrence, Christopher N. 2009. “Political Sophistication and Conditional Strategic Behavior in US Presidential Elections.”

Lee, Myoung-jae, Kang, and Sung-jin. 2009. “Strategic Voting and Multinomial Choice In US Presidential Elections.”

Lee, Jongho. 2009. “Variation in the Significance of Emotional Responses as a Guide to the Voting Decision.” in Annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association. Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

Leege, David C, Kenneth D Wald, Brian S. Krueger, and Paul D Mueller. 2009. The Politics of Cultural Differences: Social Change and Voter Mobilization Strategies in the Post-New Deal Period.

Lichtman, Allan J. 2009. White Protestant Nation: The Rise of the American Conservative Movement: Grove Press.

Lieske, Joel. 2009. “The Racial Context in Presidential Elections.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Lieske, Joel and Edward Hasecke. 2009. “The Cultural Basis of Party Identification.” in Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada.

Liu, Ying. 2009. “An Item Response Unfolding Model for Graphic Rating Scales.” University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Lutz, John. 2009. “Study: Parenthood makes moms more liberal, dads more conservative.” Biotech Week:3373.

Maisel, Louis Sandy and Mark D. Brewer. 2009. Parties and Elections in America: The Electoral Process: Rowman & Littlefield.

Martinez, Michael D. 2009. “The Resurgent American Voter, 1988-2008.” in Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada.

Matsueda, Ross L. and Kevin Drakulich. 2009. “Perceptions of Criminal Injustice, Symbolic Racism, and Racial Politics.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 623:163-178.

Matsueda, Ross L. and Kevin Drakulich. 2009. “Race, Crime, and Justice: Contexts and Complexities.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Series 623.

McAvoy, Gregory E. 2009. “Substance versus style: distinguishing presidential job performance from favorability.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 38.

McClurg, Scott D. and Thomas M. Holbrook. 2009. “Living in a Battleground: Presidential Campaigns and Fundamental Predictors of Vote Choice.” Political Research Quarterly 62:495 -506.

McDermott, Monika L. 2009. “Voting for Myself: Candidate and Voter Group Associations Over Time.” Electoral Studies 28:606-614.

McGhee, Eric and Daniel Krimm. 2009. “Party Registration and the Geography of Party Polarization.” Polity 41:345-367.

Merolla, Jennifer Lee and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister. 2009. Democracy at Risk: How Terrorist Threats Affect the Public: University of Chicago Press.

Michelitch, Kristin, Marco Morales-Barba, Andrew Owen, and Joshua Tucker. 2009. “Old Wine in a New and Improved Bottle: Prospective Economic Voting in the 2008 US Presidential Elections.”

Miller, Beth. 2009. “Failing to Recall: Interfering with Memory for Campaign Information.” in ISPP 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Miller, Chris. 2009. “Basking in the Reflected Glory of U.S. Presidential Elections.” in ISPP 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Miller, Elizabeth. 2009. “Political Dimensions of Religion in America: A Generational Cohort Analysis of New Dealers, Boomers, and Generation X’ers.” in Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Miller, S.A. 2009. “Attitude surveys conflict; 1 sees gain in progressive ideas, another cites a growing middle.” Pp. B01 in The Washington Times.

Mo, Cecilia and G. Michael Weiksner. 2009. “The Sexist Vote: Results from Field and Lab Election Experiments.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Murakami, Michael. 2009. “Party Polarization and the Declining Importance of Economic Growth.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Murray, G. R. 2009. “Pre-Election Polling: Identifying Likely Voters Using Iterative Expert Data Mining.” Public Opinion Quarterly 73:159-171.

Murray, Gregg R., Chris Riley, and Anthony Scime. 2009. “Pre-Election Polling: Identifying Likely Voters Using Iterative Expert Data Mining.” Public Opinion Quarterly 73:159-171.

Neely, Francis. 2009. “How Republicans and Democrats Think and Feel: Contrasting Group Identities and Their Impact on Partisan Attitudes and Behavior.” in Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Nelson, James. 2009. “Expressive Strategic Voting in US Congressional Elections.” in Annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association. Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2009. “Personalized Political Communication-The Overlooked Ground War”.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Nosek, Brian A., Mahzarin R. Banaji, and John T. Jost. 2009. “The Politics of Intergroup Attitudes.” Pp. 480-505 in Social and Psychological Bases of Ideology and System Justification, edited by J. T. Jost, A. C. Kay, and H. Thorisdottir. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Ondercin, Heather. 2009. “What Scarlett O’Hara Thinks: Political Attitudes of Southern Women.” Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

O’Rourke, Lawrence M. 2009. “American Ambivalence Towards Equality and Limited Government.” in Paper presented at the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada.

Panagopoulos, Costas and Peter L. Francia. 2009. “Grassroots Mobilization in the 2008 Presidential Election.” Journal of Political Marketing 8:315-333.

Paolino, Philip. 2009. “In-Group and Out-Group Differences in Information About Political Candidates.” in Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada.

Parcel, Toby L. and Mikaela Dufur. 2009. “Family and School Capital: Explaining Regional Variation in Math and Reading Achievement.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 27:157-176.

Parker, D.C.W. and C. Goodman. 2009. “Making a Good Impression: Resource Allocation, Home Styles, and Washington Work.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 34.

Parsons, Bryan. 2009. “Emotions, Social Networks, and the Conditional Effects of the Quantity and Quality of Political Talk.” in Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

Pennefather, Jordan. 2009. “Information and Political Perception.”, U Colorado at Boulder.

Petrocik, J.R. 2009. “Measuring party support: Leaners are not independents.” Electoral Studies 28:562-72.

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Prasad, Monica, Andrew J. Perrin, Kieran Bezila, Steve G. Hoffman, Kate Kindleberger, Kim Manturuk, Ashleigh Smith Powers, and Andrew R. Payton. 2009. “The Undeserving Rich: Moral Values and the White Working Class.” Sociological Forum 24:225-253.

Prior, Markus. 2009. “The Immensely Inflated News Audience: Assessing Bias in Self-Reported News Exposure.” Public Opinion Quarterly 73:130 -143.

Prior, Markus. 2009. “Improving Media Effects Research through Better Measurement of News Exposure.” The Journal of Politics 71:893-908.

Rabinowitz, Joshua L., David O. Sears, Jim Sidanius, and Jon A. Krosnick. 2009. “Why Do White Americans Oppose Race-Targeted Policies? Clarifying the Impact of Symbolic Racism.” Political Psychology 30:805–828.

Rajasethupathy, K., G.R. Murray, A. Scime, and K.S. Rajasethupathy. 2009. “Finding ‘Persistent Rules’: Combining Association and Classification Results.” Expert Systems with Applications 36:6019-6024.

Rasmussen, Bryan. 2009. “The Values Voter: Comparing Their Impact on Presidential Elections in 1984 and 2004.” Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

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Romano, Michael. 2009. “Bridging the Gap: The Effects of the Internet versus Television on Political Participation and Voter Turnout.” in Midwest Political Science Association 67th Annual National Conference. The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.

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