John Aldrich

Political Science Duke University, Durham, NC 
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Michael Alvarez grad student 1992 Duke
James S. Battista grad student 2000 Duke
John R. Rattliff grad student 2001 Duke
Jeffrey D. Grynaviski grad student 2002 Duke
Renan Levine grad student 2003 Duke
Jennifer L. Merolla grad student 2003 Duke
Brian P. Newman grad student 2003 Duke
Laura B. Stephenson grad student 2003 Duke
Elizabeth J. Zechmeister grad student 2003 Duke
Jason A. Reifler grad student 2006 Duke
Michael Tofias grad student 2006 Duke
Victoria M. DeFrancesco Soto grad student 2007 Duke
Monique L. Lyle grad student 2008 Duke
Jill Rickershauser-Carvalho grad student 2008 Duke
Brendan Nyhan grad student 2009 Duke
Christopher D. DeSante grad student 2012 Duke
Melanie S. Freeze grad student 2012 Duke
Bradford H. Bishop grad student 2013 Duke
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Aldrich JH, Gibson RK, Cantijoch M, et al. (2016) Getting out the vote in the social media era: Are digital tools changing the extent, nature and impact of party contacting in elections? Party Politics. 22: 165-178
Aldrich JH. (2015) Did Hamilton, Jefferson, and Madison "Cause" the U.S. Government Shutdown? the institutional path from an eighteenth century republic to a twenty-first century democracy Perspectives On Politics. 13: 7-23
Aldrich JH, Lu J. (2015) How the public in the US, Latin America, and East Asia sees an emerging China European Review. 23: 227-241
Lupia A, Aldrich JH. (2015) How Political Science Can Better Communicate its Value: 12 Recommendations from the APSA task Force Ps - Political Science and Politics. 48: 1-19
Lu J, Aldrich J, Shi T. (2014) Revisiting Media Effects in Authoritarian Societies: Democratic Conceptions, Collectivistic Norms, and Media Access in Urban China Politics and Society. 42: 253-283
Aldrich JH, Montgomery JM, Sparks DB. (2014) Polarization and ideology: Partisan sources of low dimensionality in scaled roll call analyses Political Analysis. 22: 435-456
Aldrich J, Reifler J, Munger MC. (2014) Sophisticated and myopic? Citizen preferences for Electoral College reform Public Choice. 158: 541-558
Aldrich J, Munger M, Reifler J. (2014) Institutions, information, and faction: An experimental test of Riker's federalism thesis for political parties Public Choice. 158: 577-588
Aldrich JH, Bishop BH, Hatch RS, et al. (2014) Blame, Responsibility, and the Tea Party in the 2010 Midterm Elections Political Behavior. 36: 471-491
Abramson PR, Aldrich JH, Diskin A, et al. (2013) The British general election of 2010 under different voting rules Electoral Studies. 32: 134-139
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