Shanna Pearson-Merkowitz
Shanna Pearson-Merkowitz
Professor of Public Policy, University of Maryland
Подтвержден адрес электронной почты в домене umd.edu
The check is in the mail: Interdistrict funding flows in congressional elections
JG Gimpel, FE Lee, S Pearson‐Merkowitz
American Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 373-394, 2008
Distance-decay in the political geography of friends-and-neighbors voting
JG Gimpel, KA Karnes, J McTague, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Political geography 27 (2), 231-252, 2008
Battleground states versus blackout states: The behavioral implications of modern presidential campaigns
JG Gimpel, KM Kaufmann, S Pearson-Merkowitz
The Journal of Politics 69 (3), 786-797, 2007
Partisan sorting in the United States, 1972–2012: new evidence from a dynamic analysis
C Lang, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Political Geography 48, 119-129, 2015
Authoritarianism and American political behavior from 1952 to 2008
AM Cizmar, GC Layman, J McTague, S Pearson-Merkowitz, M Spivey
Political Research Quarterly 67 (1), 71-83, 2014
Primary distrust: Political distrust and support for the insurgent candidacies of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders in the 2016 primary
JJ Dyck, S Pearson-Merkowitz, M Coates
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (2), 351-357, 2018
Mighty fortresses: Explaining the spatial distribution of American megachurches
K Karnes, W McIntosh, IL Morris, S Pearson‐Merkowitz
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 46 (2), 261-268, 2007
Together in good times and bad? How economic triggers condition the effects of intergroup threat
A Filindra, S Pearson‐Merkowitz
Social Science Quarterly 94 (5), 1328-1345, 2013
To know you is not necessarily to love you: The partisan mediators of intergroup contact
JJ Dyck, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Political Behavior 36, 553-580, 2014
Going positive: The effects of negative and positive advertising on candidate success and voter turnout
LC Malloy, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Research & Politics 3 (1), 2053168015625078, 2016
Voting from the Pew: The Effect of Senators' Religious Identities on Partisan Polarization in the US. S enate
J McTague, S Pearson‐Merkowitz
Legislative Studies Quarterly 38 (3), 405-430, 2013
Crime and partisanship: How party ID muddles reality, perception, and policy attitudes on crime and guns
S Pearson‐Merkowitz, JJ Dyck
Social Science Quarterly 98 (2), 443-454, 2017
The changing role of race in social welfare attitude formation: Partisan divides over undocumented immigrants and social welfare policy
LS Hussey, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Political Research Quarterly 66 (3), 572-584, 2013
Religion and political socialization
S Pearson‐Merkowitz, JG Gimpel
The conspiracy of silence: Context and voting on gay marriage ballot measures
JJ Dyck, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Political Research Quarterly 65 (4), 745-757, 2012
Diversity of a different kind: Gentrification and its impact on social capital and political participation in Black communities
BJ Newman, Y Velez, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 1 (2), 316-347, 2016
When partisans and minorities interact: Interpersonal contact, partisanship, and public opinion preferences on immigration policy
S Pearson‐Merkowitz, A Filindra, JJ Dyck
Social Science Quarterly 97 (2), 311-324, 2016
Al Qaeda versus Big Brother: Anxiety about government monitoring and support for domestic counterterrorism policies
SJ Best, BS Krueger, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Political Behavior 34, 607-625, 2012
Civic engagement and well-being: examining a mediational model across gender
N Fenn, ML Robbins, L Harlow, S Pearson-Merkowitz
American Journal of Health Promotion 35 (7), 917-928, 2021
Policy Spillover and Gun Migration: The Interstate Dynamics of State Gun Control Policies*
M Coates, S Pearson‐Merkowitzz
Social Science Quarterly 98 (2), 500-512, 2017
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