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Defending Sober Voters against Sensationalist Scholars: A Reply to Rogers

Anthony Fowler, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago, USA, anthony.fowler@uchicago.edu
 
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Anthony Fowler (2020), "Defending Sober Voters against Sensationalist Scholars: A Reply to Rogers", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 15: No. 2, pp 213-219. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00018027b

Publication Date: 09 Apr 2020
© 2020 A. Fowler
 
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Elections:Electoral behavior,  Elections:Voting behavior,  Democracy,  Elections,  Electoral behavior,  Political parties,  Political psychology
 

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New Coke
Direct vs. Indirect Effects of Party
Can We Disentangle Party and Policy Using Panel Data?
State Partisanship in Presidential Elections
Controlling for Challenger Quality
Candidate Characteristics Matter
Concluding Thoughts
References

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DOI:10.1561/100.00018027b

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