Deborah Schildkraut
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Defining American identity in the twenty-first century: How much “there” is there?
DJ Schildkraut
The Journal of Politics 69 (3), 597-615, 2007
Press one for English: Language policy, public opinion, and American identity
DJ Schildkraut
Princeton University Press, 2005
The rise and fall of political engagement among Latinos: The role of identity and perceptions of discrimination
DJ Schildkraut
Political Behavior 27 (3), 285-312, 2005
Americanism in the twenty-first century: Public opinion in the age of immigration
DJ Schildkraut
Cambridge University Press, 2010
The more things change... American identity and mass and elite responses to 9/11
DJ Schildkraut
Political Psychology 23 (3), 511-535, 2002
Official-English and the states: Influences on declaring English the official language in the United States
DJ Schildkraut
Political Research Quarterly 54 (2), 445-457, 2001
American identity and attitudes toward official‐English policies
DJ Schildkraut
Political Psychology 24 (3), 469-499, 2003
Boundaries of American identity: evolving understandings of “Us”
DJ Schildkraut
Annual review of political science 17, 2014
The challenge of democracy: American Government in global politics
K Janda, J Berry, J Goldman, DJ Schildkraut, P Manna
Cengage Learning, 2018
The dynamics of public opinion on ethnic profiling after 9/11: Results from a survey experiment
DJ Schildkraut
American Behavioral Scientist 53 (1), 61-79, 2009
Which birds of a feather flock together? Assessing attitudes about descriptive representation among Latinos and Asian Americans
DJ Schildkraut
American Politics Research 41 (4), 699-729, 2013
White attitudes about descriptive representation in the US: The roles of identity, discrimination, and linked fate
DJ Schildkraut
Politics, Groups, and Identities 5 (1), 84-106, 2017
National identity in the United States
DJ Schildkraut
Handbook of identity theory and research, 845-865, 2011
7 Amnesty, Guest Workers, Fences! Oh My!
DJ Schildkraut
Immigration and Public Opinion in Liberal Democracies 52, 207, 2013
All politics is psychological: A review of political psychology syllabi
DJ Schildkraut
Perspectives on Politics 2 (4), 807-819, 2004
Citizen groups, political parties, and electoral coalitions
JM Berry, D Schildkraut
Social movements and American political institutions, 136-58, 1998
Not just a national issue: Effect of state‐level reception of immigrants and population changes on intergroup attitudes of Whites, Latinos, and Asians in the United States
YJ Huo, JF Dovidio, TR Jiménez, DJ Schildkraut
Journal of Social Issues 74 (4), 716-736, 2018
The complicated constituency: a study of immigrant opinions about political representation
DJ Schildkraut
Politics, Groups, and Identities 1 (1), 26-47, 2013
Assessing the political distinctiveness of White millennials: How race and generation shape racial and political attitudes in a changing America
DJ Schildkraut, SA Marotta
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 4 (5), 158-187, 2018
Local policy proposals can bridge Latino and (most) white Americans’ response to immigration
YJ Huo, JF Dovidio, TR Jiménez, DJ Schildkraut
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (5), 945-950, 2018
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