Political Behavior 2019 syllabus
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Teacher
WeekDateTopicSubtopicReadings
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Grand Theme 1: Types of political behavior
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1FH362/9Vote choiceModels of the vote choiceHansen & Stubager 2017 (kap. 1, 2, 3, 16 & 19)
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Issue votingPetrocik (1996), Hansen & Stubager 2017 (kap. 9,10)
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2FH364/9TurnoutGOTVIssenberg (2012) kap. 1+3, Gerber & Green (2000), Gerber, Green & Larimer (2008)
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The nature of turnoutHansen & Stubager (2017) kap. 6, Bhatti et al. (2017), Foos & Rooij (2017), Coppock & Green (2016)
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3CV379/9Public OpinionOpinion meaning and measurementKinder (1998) sections I and II, Zaller (1992) chapter 4, Berinsky (2017)
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Opinion formationKinder (1998) sections III and IV, Lodge and Taber (2013) p. 34-59, Vandeweerdt (2019)
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4CV3711/9Non-voting political behavior Political participationRosenstone and Hansen (1993) chapter 2, Brady et al. (1995)
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Movements and protestsPearlman (2013), Steinert-Threlkeld et al. (2015)
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ViolenceMcCauley and Moskalenko (2008), Tezcür (2016)
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Grand Theme 2: Personal and psychological causes
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5FH3818/9Self-interest & economic votingSelf-interestSears, Lau, Tyler, & Allen (1980), Weeden & Kurzban (2014) kap. 2+3, Malhotra, Margalit & Mo (2013)
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Economic and retrospective votingKinder & Kiewit (1981), Healy, Malhotra & Mo (2010), Fowler & Montagnes (2015), Healy, Malhotra & Mo (2015), Achen & Bartels (2016) kap. 5, Fowler & Hall (2018)
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6FH3819/9Predispositions & evolutionPsychological predispositionsSmith, Oxley, Hibbing, Alford, Hibbing (2011), Mondak, Hibbing, Canache, Seligson, Anderson (2010), Feldman & Stenner (1997)
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Evolved political cognitionPetersen (2012), Petersen & Aarøe (2013), Jensen & Petersen (2016)
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7CV3923/9Groups & identityGroup thinkingConover (1984), Winter (2008) chapter 4, Klar (2013)
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Ethnicity and nationKam & Kinder (2007), Enos (2016), Hainmueller et al. (2017)
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8CV3925/9Heuristics & motivated reasoningHeuristics and emotionsKahneman (2003), Lau & Redlawsk (2001), Brader (2005)
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Motivated reasoning and elite cueingTaber & Lodge (2006), Druckman et al. (2013), Broockman & Butler (2017)
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Grand Theme 3: Social and societal causes
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9CV4030/9Media, framing & primingMediaPrior (2013), Vandeweerdt (2019b), Roozenbeek and van der Linden (2019)
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Framing and primingChong & Druckman (2007), Krosnick & Kinder (1990), Lenz (2009)
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10CV402/10Interpersonal influence & socializationInterpersonal influenceMutz (2002), Beck, Dalton, Greene & Huckfeldt (2002), Levitan and Verhulst (2016)
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SocializationJennings, Stoker, & Bowers (2009), Healy & Malhotra (2013)
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11FH417/10
Spatial context & personal experiences
Spatial contextHopkins (2010), Enos, Kaufman and Sands (2017), King (1996)
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Personal experiencesEgan & Mullin (2012), Eriksson & Stoker (2011), Hjorth (2017)
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Grand Theme 4: Consequences of political behavior
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12FH419/10Representation
Descriptive & substantive representation
Lax & Phillips (2012), Carnes (2012)
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Elite perceptions of votersBroockman & Skovron (2018), Butler & Nickerson (2011)
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Representational styleGrimmer (2013), Hjorth (2019)
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Bibliography
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Achen, C. H., & Bartels, L. M. (2017). Democracy for realists: Why elections do not produce responsive government. Princeton University Press.
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Beck, P. A., Dalton, R. J., Greene, S., & Huckfeldt, R. (2002). “The Social Calculus of Voting: Interpersonal, Media, and Organizational Influences on Presidential Choices.” American Political Science Review, 96(1):57-73.
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Berinsky, A. J. (2017). Measuring public opinion with surveys. Annual review of political science, 20, 309-329.
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Bhatti, Y., Dahlgaard, J. O.; Hansen, J. H. & Hansen, K.M. (2017). “How Voter Mobilization from Short Text Messages Travels within Households and Families: Evidence from two Nationwide Field Experiments.” Under review.
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Brader, T. (2005). Striking a Responsive Chord: How Political Ads Motivate and Persuade Voters by Appealing to Emotions. American Journal of Political Science, 49(2): 388-405.
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Brady, H. E., Verba, S., & Schlozman, K. L. (1995). Beyond SES: A resource model of political participation. American political science review, 89(2), 271-294.
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Broockman, D. E. & Butler, D. M. (2017). “The Causal Effects of Elite Position-Taking on Voter Attitudes: Field Experiments with Elite Communication.” American Journal of Political Science, 61(1): 208–221.
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Broockman, D. E., & Skovron, C. (2018). Bias in perceptions of public opinion among political elites. American Political Science Review, 112(3), 542-563.
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Butler, D. M., & Nickerson, D. W. (2011). Can learning constituency opinion affect how legislators vote? Results from a field experiment. Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 6(1), 55-83.
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Carnes, N. (2012). Does the numerical underrepresentation of the working class in Congress matter?. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 37(1), 5-34.
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Chong, D. & Druckman, J.N. (2007). “Framing Public Opinion in Competitive Democracies.” American Political Science Review. 101(4):637-655.
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Conover, P. J. (1984). The influence of group identifications on political perception and evaluation. The Journal of Politics, 46(3), 760-785.
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Coppock, A. & Green, D. P. (2016). “Is Voting Habit Forming? New Evidence from Experiments and Regression Discontinuities.” American Journal of Political Science, 60(4): 1044-1062.
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Druckman, J. N., Peterson, E. & Slothuus, R. (2013). “How Elite Partisan Polarization Affects Public Opinion Formation.” American Political Science Review. 107(1):57-79.
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Egan, P. J., & Mullin, M. (2012). “Turning Personal Experiences into Political Attitudes: The Effect of Local Weather on Americans’ Perceptions about Global Warming.” Journal of Politics, 74(3):796-809.
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Enos, R. D. (2016). “What the Demolition of Public Housing Teaches Us About the Impact of Racial Threat on Political Behavior.” American Journal of Political Science, 60(1):123-142.
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Enos, R.D., Kaufman, A.R. & Sands, M.L. (2017). “Can Violent Protest Change Local Policy Support? Evidence from the Aftermath of the 1992 Los Angeles Riot.” Working paper.
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Eriksson, R. S., & Stoker, L. (2011). “Caught in the Draft: The Effects of Vietnam Draft Lottery Status on Political Attitudes.” American Political Science Review, 105(2):221-237.
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Feldman, S. & Stenner, K. (1997). “Perceived Threat and Authoritarianism.” Political Psychology, 18(4):741-770.
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Foos, F. & Rooij, E. A. de (2017). “All in the Family: Partisan Disagreement and Electoral Mobilization in Intimate Networks - A Spillover Experiment.” American Journal of Political Science 61(2):289-304.
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Fowler, A. & Montagnes, B. P. (2015). “College football, elections, and false-positive results in observational research.” Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(45):13800-13804.
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Fowler, A., & Hall, A. B. (2018). Do shark attacks influence presidential elections? Reassessing a prominent finding on voter competence. The Journal of Politics, 80(4), 1423-1437.
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Gerber, A. S., & Green, D. P. (2000). The effects of canvassing, telephone calls, and direct mail on voter turnout: A field experiment. American political science review, 94(3), 653-663.
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Gerber, A. S., Green, D. P., & Larimer, C. W. (2008). Social pressure and voter turnout: Evidence from a large-scale field experiment. American political Science review, 102(1), 33-48.
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Grimmer, Justin. 2013. “Appropriators Not Position Takers: The Distorting Effects of Electoral Incentives on Congressional Representation.” American Journal of Political Science 57 (3): 624–42. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajps.12000
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Hainmueller, J., Hangartner, D. & Pietrantuono, G. (2017). Catalyst or Crown: Does Naturalization Promote the Long-Term Social Integration of Immigrants? American Political Science Review, 111(2):256-276.
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Hansen, K.M. & Stubager, R. (eds.) (2017) Oprør fra udkanten – Folketingsvalget 2015. København: Djøf Forlag (hele bogen).
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Healy, A., & Malhotra, N. (2013) Childhood Socialization and Political Attitudes: Evidence from a Natural Experiment. Journal of Politics, 75(4):1023-1037.
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Healy, A., Malhotra, N & Mo, C. H. (2010). “Irrelevant events affect voters' evaluations of government performance.” Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(29):12804-12809.
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Healy, A., Malhotra, N & Mo, C. H. (2015). “Determining false-positives requires considering the totality of evidence.” Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(48):E6591.
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Brady, H. E., Verba, S., & Schlozman, K. L. (1995). Beyond SES: A resource model of political participation. American political science review, 89(2), 271-294.
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Hjorth, F. (2017). The influence of local ethnic diversity on group-centric crime attitudes. British Journal of Political Science, 1-23.
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Hjorth, F. (2019). Establishment Responses to Populist Challenges: The Politics of Moral Distancing. Working paper. https://osf.io/qg6bz/
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Hopkins, D. J. (2010). “Politicized Places: Explaining Where and When Immigrants Provoke Local Opposition.” American Political Science Review, 104(1):40-60.
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Issenberg, Sasha. The victory lab: The secret science of winning campaigns. Broadway Books, 2012.
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Jennings, M. K., Stoker, L., & Bowers, J. (2009). “Politics across Generations: Family Transmission Reexamined.” Journal of Politics, 71(3): 782-799.
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Jensen, C. & Petersen, M. B. (2016). “The Deservingness Heuristic and the Politics of Health Care.” American Journal of Political Science, 61(1):68-83.
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Kahneman D. (2003). A Perspective on Judgment and Choice: Mapping Bounded Rationality. American Psychologist, 58(9):697-720.
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Kam, C. D., & Kinder, D. R. (2007). “Terror and Ethnocentrism: Foundations of American Support for the War on Terrorism.” Journal of Politics, 69(2):320-338.
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Kinder, D. R. (1998). Opinion and action in the realm of politics. In D. T. Gilbert, S. T. Fiske, & G. Lindzey (Eds.), The handbook of social psychology (pp. 778-867). New York, NY, US: McGraw-Hill.
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Kinder, D. R., & Kiewit, D. R. (1981). “Sociotropic Politics: The American Case.” British Journal of Political Science, 11(2):129-161.
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King, G. (1996). Why context should not count. Political geography, 15, 159-164.
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Klar, S. (2013). The influence of competing identity primes on political preferences. The Journal of Politics, 75(4), 1108-1124.
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Krosnick, J. A., & Kinder, D. R. (1990). Altering the Foundations of Support for the President Through Priming. American Political Science Review, 84(2): 497-512.
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Lau, R., & Redlawsk, D. (2001). Advantages and Disadvantages of Cognitive Heuristics in Political Decision Making. American Journal of Political Science, 45(4), 951-971.
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Lax, J. R., & Phillips, J. H. (2012). The democratic deficit in the states. American Journal of Political Science, 56(1), 148-166.
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Lenz, G. S. (2009). Learning and Opinion Change, Not Priming: Reconsidering the Priming Hypothesis. American Journal of Political Science, 53(4): 821-837.
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Levitan, L. C., & Verhulst, B. (2016). Conformity in groups: The effects of others’ views on expressed attitudes and attitude change. Political Behavior, 38(2), 277-315.
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Lodge, M., & Taber, C. S. (2013). The rationalizing voter. Cambridge University Press.
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Malhotra, N., Margalit, Y., & Mo, C. H. (2013). Economic explanations for opposition to immigration: Distinguishing between prevalence and conditional impact. American Journal of Political Science, 57(2), 391-410.
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McCauley, C., & Moskalenko, S. (2008). Mechanisms of political radicalization: Pathways toward terrorism. Terrorism and political violence, 20(3), 415-433.
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Mondak, J. J., Hibbing, M. V., Canache, D., Seligson, M., Anderson, M. R. (2010). “Personality and Civic Engagement: An Integrative Framework for the Study of Trait Effects on Political Behavior.” American Political Science Review, 104(1):85-110.
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Mutz, D. C. (2002). “Cross-cutting Social Networks: Testing Democratic Theory in Practice.” American Political Science Review, 96(1):111-126.
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Pearlman, W. (2013). Emotions and the Microfoundations of the Arab Uprisings. Perspectives on Politics, 11(2), 387-409.
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Peisakhin, L. & Rozenas, A. (2018). Electoral Effects of Biased Media: Russian Television in Ukraine. American Journal of Political Science, 62(3): 535-550.
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Petersen, M. B. (2015). Evolutionary Political Psychology: On the Origin and Structure of Heuristics and Biases in Politics. Advances in Political Psychology, 36(1):45-78.
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Petersen, M. B. (2012). Social welfare as small‐scale help: evolutionary psychology and the deservingness heuristic. American Journal of Political Science, 56(1), 1-16.
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Petersen, M. B., & Aarøe, L. (2013). Politics in the mind's eye: Imagination as a link between social and political cognition. American Political Science Review, 107(2), 275-293.
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Petrocik, J. R. (1996). “Issue Ownership in Presidential Elections, with a 1980 Case Study.” American Journal of Political Science. 40(3):825-850.
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Prior, M. (2013). Media and Political Polarization. Annual Review of Political Science, (16):101-27.
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Roozenbeek, J., & van der Linden, S. (2019). Fake news game confers psychological resistance against online misinformation. Palgrave Communications, 5(1), 12.
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Rosenstone, S. J., & Hansen, J. (1993). Mobilization, participation, and democracy in America. Macmillan Publishing Company.
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Sears, D. O., Lau, R. R., Tyler, T. R., & Allen, H. M. Jr. (1980). “Self-Interest vs. Symbolic Politics in Policy Attitudes and Presidential Voting.” American Political Science Review, 74(3):670-684.
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Smith, K. B., Oxley, D. R., Hibbing, M. V., Alford, J. R. & Hibbing, J. R. (2011). “Linking Genetics and Political Attitudes: Reconceptualizing Political Ideology.” Political Psychology, 32(3):369-397.
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Steinert-Threlkeld, Z. C., Mocanu, D., Vespignani, A., & Fowler, J. (2015). Online social networks and offline protest. EPJ Data Science, 4(1), 19.
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Taber, C. S. & Lodge, M. (2006). ”Motivated skepticism in the evaluation of political beliefs.” American Journal of Political Science, 50(3):755-769.
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Tezcür, G. M. (2016). Ordinary people, extraordinary risks: Participation in an ethnic rebellion. American Political Science Review, 110(2), 247-264.
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