Fernando Feitosa
Fernando Feitosa
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Compulsory voting rules, reluctant voters and ideological proximity voting
R Dassonneville, F Feitosa, M Hooghe, RR Lau, D Stiers
Political Behavior 41 (1), 209-230, 2019
How stable is the sense of civic duty to vote? A panel study on the individual-level stability of the attitude
F Feitosa, C Galais
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 32 (2), 344-353, 2020
Was my decision to vote (or abstain) the right one?
A Blais, F Feitosa, S Sevi
Party Politics 25 (3), 382-389, 2019
Does Compulsory Voting Foster Civic Duty to Vote?
F Feitosa, A Blais, R Dassonneville
Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy 19 (1), 19-44, 2020
A cause or a consequence? A quasi-experimental test of the duty-participation nexus
F Feitosa, D Stiers, R Dassonneville
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 1-10, 2020
Policy responsiveness to all citizens or only to voters? A longitudinal analysis of policy responsiveness in OECD countries
R Dassonneville, F Feitosa, M Hooghe, J Oser
European Journal of Political Research, 2020
Theoretically, yes, but also empirically? How the corruption-turnout link is marginally explained by civic duty to vote
F Feitosa
Electoral Studies 66, 102162, 2020
Je ne veux pas, ou est-ce trop difficile? L'incidence des facteurs liés à la motivation et à l'accès sur la participation des jeunes à l'élection canadienne de 2015
JF Daoust, F Feitosa
I Don't Want To or Is It Too Difficult? The Impact of Motivational and Access Factors on Youth Turnout in the 2015 Canadian Election
JF Daoust, F Feitosa
Age 20, 24, 2016
Does Civic Education Foster Civic Duty? A Systematic Cross-Country Analysis of the Effect of Three Forms of Civic Education on the Sense of Civic Duty to Vote
F Feitosa
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 0
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