This paper (with Angie Torres-Beltran) presents evidence that Americans’ gender attitudes (across a variety of measures) became discontinuously more conservative after the 2020 Elections. This paper is under review.
Category: Research rss
This paper (with Justin Berry) presents evidence that racial resentment and perceptions of relative discrimination have independent, negative effects on white political participation, but that, interactively, they have a positive effect. This paper was recently accepted for publication at Political Behavior.
Since the spring of 2020, I have collaborated with three colleagues at Cornell University to collect the fundraising emails sent by federal campaigns for office in 2020.
In this paper with Cameron Mailhot (in progress) we present evidence that at least 3 million white Americans have ceased to identify with national heritage identities like Irish, German, or Polish, and have reclassified their ancestry to panethnic categories like “European”, “American”, or “Scandinavian.”
In this paper in progress, I present evidence that a classic measure of Americans’ racial prejudice–racial resentment–reflects their exposure to and internalization of dominant norms around race in America.
My manuscript with Kanika Khanna presents evidence that Confederate Monument Removals in whites’ counties leaded to a brief increase in whites’ reports of racial prejudice.
One of my papers, just published at Politics, Groups, and Identities with Justin Berry and Sergio Garcia-Rios, examines how individuals’ perceptions of their panethnic group’s discrimination relative to other groups predicts their vote choice.
In this working paper, I present evidence that DACA has reduced the American identification of beneficiaries and their loved ones.