Jan Leighley
Jan Leighley
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Race, ethnicity, and political participation: Competing models and contrasting explanations
JE Leighley, A Vedlitz
The Journal of Politics 61 (4), 1092-1114, 1999
6071999
Attitudes, opportunities and incentives: A field essay on political participation
JE Leighley
Political research quarterly 48 (1), 181-209, 1995
6021995
Attitudes, opportunities and incentives: A field essay on political participation
JE Leighley
Political research quarterly 48 (1), 181-209, 1995
6021995
Strength in numbers?: The political mobilization of racial and ethnic minorities
JE Leighley
Princeton University Press, 2001
5082001
Strength in numbers?: The political mobilization of racial and ethnic minorities
JE Leighley
Princeton University Press, 2001
5082001
Who votes now?: Demographics, issues, inequality, and turnout in the United States
JE Leighley, J Nagler
Princeton University Press, 2013
4472013
The policy consequences of class bias in state electorates
KQ Hill, JE Leighley
American Journal of Political Science, 351-365, 1992
4331992
Individual and systemic influences on turnout: Who votes? 1984
JE Leighley, J Nagler
The Journal of Politics 54 (3), 718-740, 1992
4001992
Social interaction and contextual influences on political participation
JE Leighley
American Politics Quarterly 18 (4), 459-475, 1990
3371990
Socioeconomic class bias in turnout, 1964-1988: The voters remain the same
JE Leighley, J Nagler
The American Political Science Review, 725-736, 1992
3331992
Lower-class mobilization and policy linkage in the US states
KQ Hill, JE Leighley, A Hinton-Andersson
American Journal of Political Science, 75-86, 1995
3101995
Group membership and the mobilization of political participation
J Leighley
The Journal of Politics 58 (2), 447-463, 1996
2921996
Unions, voter turnout, and class bias in the US electorate, 1964–2004
JE Leighley, J Nagler
The Journal of Politics 69 (2), 430-441, 2007
1812007
Racial diversity, voter turnout, and mobilizing institutions in the United States
KQ Hill, JE Leighley
American Politics Quarterly 27 (3), 275-295, 1999
1501999
Mass media and politics: A social science perspective
JE Leighley
Houghton Mifflin College Division, 2003
1212003
Party ideology, organization, and competitiveness as mobilizing forces in gubernatorial elections
KQ Hill, JE Leighley
American Journal of Political Science, 1158-1178, 1993
1211993
Participation as a stimulus of political conceptualization
J Leighley
The Journal of Politics 53 (1), 198-211, 1991
1111991
Political parties and class mobilization in contemporary United States elections
KQ Hill, JE Leighley
American Journal of Political Science, 787-804, 1996
1061996
Presidential campaign expenditures: Evidence on allocations and effects
J Nagler, J Leighley
Public Choice 73 (3), 319-333, 1992
791992
Lower-class mobilization and policy linkage in the US states: A correction
EJ Ringquist, KQ Hill, JE Leighley, A Hinton-Anderson
American Journal of Political Science 41 (1), 339-344, 1997
601997
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