Herschel F. Thomas
Herschel F. Thomas
Assistant Professor, West Virginia University
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The importance of attention diversity and how to measure it
AE Boydstun, S Bevan, HF Thomas III
Policy Studies Journal 42 (2), 173-196, 2014
Revolving door lobbyists and interest representation
TM LaPira, HF Thomas
Interest Groups & Advocacy 3 (1), 4-29, 2014
Policy bubbles
BD Jones, HF Thomas III, M Wolfe
Policy Studies Journal 42 (1), 146-171, 2014
Revolving door lobbying: Public service, private influence, and the unequal representation of interests
TM LaPira, HF Thomas
University Press of Kansas, 2017
The two worlds of lobbying: Washington lobbyists in the core and on the periphery
TM LaPira, HF Thomas, FR Baumgartner
Interest Groups & Advocacy 3 (3), 219-245, 2014
Evaluating the Breadth of Policy Engagement by Organized Interests
DR Halpin, HF Thomas
Public Administration, 2011
Interest group survival: Explaining sources of mortality anxiety
DR Halpin, HF Thomas
Interest Groups & Advocacy 1 (2), 215-238, 2012
From disaster response to community recovery: nongovernmental entities, government, and public health
D Sledge, HF Thomas
American journal of public health 109 (3), 437-444, 2019
Bounded rationality and public policy decision-making
BD Jones, HF Thomas III
Routledge handbook of public policy, 291-304, 2012
How many lobbyists are in Washington? Shadow lobbying and the gray market for policy advocacy
HF Thomas, TM LaPira
Interest Groups & Advocacy 6 (3), 199-214, 2017
Modeling contagion in policy systems
HF Thomas
Cognitive Systems Research 44, 74-88, 2017
The cognitive underpinnings of policy process studies: Introduction to a special issue of Cognitive Systems Research
BD Jones, HF Thomas
Cognitive Systems Research 45, 48-51, 2017
Just How Many Newt Gingrich's Are There on K Street? Estimating the True Size and Shape of Washington's Revolving Door
T LaPira, H Thomas
Estimating the True Size and Shape of Washington's Revolving Door (April 2 …, 2013
Internet censorship circumvention technology use in human rights organizations: an exploratory analysis
CF Maitland, HF Thomas III, LMN Tchouakeu
Journal of Information Technology 27 (4), 285-300, 2012
The power of the party: Conflict expansion and the agenda diversity of interest groups
EJ Fagan, ZA McGee, HF Thomas
Political Research Quarterly 74 (1), 90-102, 2021
Gender politics in the lobbying profession
TM LaPira, K Marchetti, HF Thomas
Politics & Gender 16 (3), 816-844, 2020
The lobbying disclosure act at 25: Challenges and opportunities for analysis
TM LaPira, HF Thomas
Interest Groups & Advocacy 9 (3), 257-271, 2020
The diffusion of support for same-sex marriage in the US Senate
SM Theriault, HF Thomas
PS: Political Science & Politics 47 (4), 824-828, 2014
Same day, different agenda? A comparison of news coverage across print, television, and online media outlets
A Boydstun, J Moody, HF Thomas
Comparative Policy Agendas Conference, 2010
Public perceptions of the role of government and nonstate actors in responding to COVID‐19
D Sledge, HF Thomas
Risk, hazards & crisis in public policy 12 (3), 266-282, 2021
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