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Framing and Deliberation: How Citizens' Conversations Limit Elite Influence
Public opinion research demonstrates that citizens' opinions depend on elite rhetoric and interpersonal conversations. Yet, we continue to have little idea about how these two forces interact withExpand
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Framing and Deliberation: How Citizens'
Public opinion research demonstrates that citizens' opinions depend on elite rhetoric and interpersonal conversations. Yet, we continue to have little idea about how these two forces interact withExpand
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If you can't say something nice: the gender dynamics of negative messaging.
University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. August 2009. Major: Political Science. Advisors: Joanne Miller and Kathryn Pearson. 1 computer file (PDF); x, 270 pages, appendices A-H.
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Double-Bind on the Bench: Citizen Perceptions of Judge Gender and the Court
Scholars of gender and politics have long discussed the various manifestations of the “double-bind” for women who seek political leadership. Using a survey experiment with a nationally representativeExpand
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Individual Scrutiny or Politics as Usual? Senatorial Assessment of U.S. District Court Nominees
Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings offer senators a public opportunity to exercise their “advice and consent” privilege and scrutinize presidential nominees. In this article, we examineExpand
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Inter-Institutional Dynamics: Assessments of the Supreme Court in a Separation of Powers Context
Using data collected from a survey experiment, we examine whether information about the nature of the interactions between the Supreme Court and Congress influences respondents’ assessments of theExpand
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Home is Where the Vote Is: A Research Note on the Effects of Changes in North Dakota Voter Identification Laws on College Student Turnout in the 2014 Elections
Since 2005, state legislatures across the nation have passed a series of stringent voter identification laws in the expressed hope of preventing voter fraud. However, some scholars argue that theseExpand
Departures From the Court
Previous findings on whether U.S. Supreme Court justices include strategic factors in their decisions to leave the Court have been mixed. We use ideological distance measures to capture the politicalExpand
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