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Jonathan Homola
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Voter Polarization, Strength of Partisanship, and Support for Extremist Parties
L Ezrow, M Tavits, J Homola
Comparative Political Studies 47 (11), 1558-1583, 2014
932014
An Empirical Justification for the Use of Racially Distinctive Names to Signal Race in Experiments
DM Butler, J Homola
Political Analysis 25 (1), 122-130, 2017
922017
Contact Reduces Immigration-Related Fears for Leftist but Not for Rightist Voters
J Homola, M Tavits
Comparative Political Studies 51 (13), 1789-1820, 2018
872018
When extremism pays: Policy positions, voter certainty, and party support in postcommunist Europe
L Ezrow, J Homola, M Tavits
The Journal of Politics 76 (2), 535-547, 2014
852014
Legacies of the Third Reich: Concentration camps and out-group intolerance
J Homola, MM Pereira, M Tavits
American Political Science Review 114 (2), 573-590, 2020
842020
Are Parties Equally Responsive to Women and Men?
J Homola
British Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 957-975, 2019
462019
The Dynamic Relationship between Personality Stability and Political Attitudes
J Boston, J Homola, B Sinclair, M Torres, PD Tucker
Public Opinion Quarterly 82, 257-279, 2018
282018
The effects of women's descriptive representation on government behavior
J Homola
Legislative studies quarterly 47 (2), 295-308, 2022
232022
A measure of survey mode differences
J Homola, N Jackson, J Gill
Electoral Studies 44, 255-274, 2016
202016
Through the ideology of the beholder: how ideology shapes perceptions of partisan groups
J Homola, JC Rogowski, B Sinclair, M Torres, PD Tucker, SW Webster
Political Science Research and Methods 11 (2), 275-292, 2023
16*2023
Fixed effects and post-treatment bias in legacy studies
J Homola, MM Pereira, M Tavits
American Political Science Review 118 (1), 537-544, 2024
132024
How Far Have European Political Parties Followed the Americans to the Right in the Later Post-War Period?
I Budge, J Homola
CAMBIO 2 (4), 71-86, 2012
12*2012
Partisanship and perceived threats about immigration
J Homola
Party Politics 27 (5), 977-982, 2021
92021
Fathers’ leave reduces sexist attitudes
M Tavits, P Schleiter, J Homola, D Ward
American Political Science Review 118 (1), 488-494, 2024
72024
The Gendered Legacies of the Frontier and Military Enlistment Behavior
J Homola, C Huff, Y Nishimura, A Times
Journal of Historical Political Economy 2 (4), 635-653, 2023
42023
The Political Consequences of Group-Based Identities
J Homola
Working Paper, 2018
32018
How the state systematically downplays right-wing extremism
J Alizade, R Dancygier, J Homola
Working Paper, 2022
22022
Issues in Polling Methodologies: Inference and Uncertainty
J Gill, J Homola
The Oxford Handbook of Polling and Survey Methods, 275-298, 2018
12018
Party responsiveness over time: From left-right to issue specific dimensions
R Dassonneville, N Fréchet, A Jabbour, B Ferland, J Homola
Party Politics, 13540688241245065, 2024
2024
How Can We Measure Women's Substantive Representation? Towards a Dynamic Approach
A Weeks, J Homola
2022
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