Working Papers

Paul Beck and Sarah Sokhey (2012).  “Partisan Similarity among Intimate Discussants: The Role of Core Social Networks in Partisan Polarization.”  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 14, 2012.

Paul Beck and Richard Gunther (2011).  “Global Patterns of Political Intermediation and the CNEP.”  Workshop on Comparative Voting Behavior, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, September, 2011.

Paul Beck and Richard Gunther (2010).  “Global Patterns of Political Intermediation,” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April, 2010.

Paul Beck and Richard Gunther (2009).  “The Changing American Electorate: Partisanship and Polarization, 1992-2004.”  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 3, 2009.

André Freire (2012).  “Cleavages, Values and the vote in Portugal, 2005–2009: Analysing old questions with new evidence”

André Freire and Kats Kivistik (2012).  “Mapping and explaining the use of the left-right divide across five continents.”

André Freire and Kats Kivistik (2012).  “Sociopolitical Values and the left-right divide across four continents”

Richard Gunther (2004).  Attitudes toward Democracy in Seven Countries: Dimensional Structure and Behavioral Correlates.  Studies in Public Policy, no. 385, Centre for the Study of Public Policy (University of Strathclyde).

Richard Gunther and José Ramón Montero (2000).  Legitimacy, Satisfaction and Disaffection in New Democracies, Studies in Public Policy 0140-8240.  Glasgow: Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of Strathclyde.
(Portuguese-language version published in Opinião Pública [São Paolo] 8, #2, October 2002.)

Richard Gunther, José Ramón Montero and José Ignacio Wert (1999).  The Media and Politics in Spain: From Dictatorship to Democracy (Barcelona: Institut de Ciències Polítiques i Socials, 1999).

Robert Mattes (2006), “Voter Behaviour and Party Dominance in South Africa: Another View.”  In Challenges to Democracy by One Party Dominance: A Comparative Assessment.  Konrad Adenauer Foundation Seminar Report, no. 17,  Johannesburg: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

Robert Mattes and Samantha Richmond (2014).  Youth and Democratic Citizenship in Post-Apartheid South Africa, CSSR Working Paper no. 338.  Cape Town: Centre for Social Science Research, University of Cape Town. [Also published as Afrobarometer Working Paper no. 152. East Lansing, Mi.: Afrobarometer, December 2014].

Robert Mattes (2012).  “Young People and Democracy.”  In Coping With Unemployment: Young People’s Strategies and Their Policy Implications.  Centre for Development and Enterprise, Johannesburg.

José Ramón Montero, Richard Gunther and Mariano Torcal (1997).  Democracy in Spain: Legitimacy, Discontent and Disaffection, Working Paper 1997/100.  Madrid: Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Ciencias Sociales, Instituto Juan March de Estudios e Investigaciones.

Robert Mattes (2006).  “Voter Behaviour and Party Dominance in South Africa: Another View.”  In Challenges to Democracy by One Party Dominance: A Comparative Assessment.  Konrad Adenauer Foundation Seminar Report, no. 17.  Johannesburg: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

Erik Nisbet, Aysenur Dal, Golnoosh Behrouzian, and Ali Çarkoğlu (2015). “Benchmarking Demand: Turkey’s Contested Internet” (pdf). Center for Global Communication Studies.  Ohio State University and Koç University, October 2015.

Collette Schulz-Herzenberg, P. Aling’o and S. Gatimu (2015).  The 2013 General Elections in Kenya: The Integrity of the Electoral Process. Institute for Security Studies Policy Brief 74.

Collette Schulz-Herzenberg, P. Aling’o and S. Gatimu (2015).  Voter Information in Kenya’s 2013 Election: News Media, Political Discussion and Party Campaigns, Institute for Security Studies Policy Brief 75.

Amy Erica Smith (2015). “When Political Talk Is Pillow Talk:  How Political Conversations between Husbands and Wives Affect Gender Gaps Around the World” (Iowa State University).