Jana Morgan - Department of Political Science
"Decentralization and Party System Decay." Latin American Research Review. Forthcoming. [Preprint]
"Women in Political Parties: Seen but Not Heard" (with Magda Hinojosa). In Gender and Representation in Latin America, Leslie Schwindt-Bayer, ed. New York: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming. [Preprint]
Winner of the Leon Weaver Award from the Representation and Electoral Systems section of the American
"Deterioration and Polarization of Party Politics in Venezuela." In Party Systems in Latin America: Institutionalization, Decay and Collapse, Scott Mainwaring, ed. New York: Cambridge University Press. Forthcoming. [Preprint]
"Parties Under Stress: A Linkage Decay Framework Applied to the Chilean Party System" (with Carlos Melendez) Journal of Politics in Latin America. 8 (3): 25-59. [Reprint]
"Trust in Government Institutions: The Effects of Performance and Participation in the Dominican Republic and Haiti" (with Alissandra Stoyan, Sara Niedzwiecki, Jonathan Hartlyn, and Rosario Espinal). 2016. International Political Science Review 37 (1): 18-35. [Preprint] [Supplemental Information]
"Gender and the Latin American Voter" in The Latin American Voter, eds. Ryan Carlin, Matthew Singer and Elizabeth Zechmeister. 2015. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp. 143-167. [Preprint]
Status Quo Bias and Top Income Shares: How U.S. Political Institutions
Benefit the Rich" (with Peter Enns, Nathan J. Kelly, Thomas Volscho,
and Christopher Witko). 2014. Journal of Politics. 76 (2): 289-303. [Preprint]
American Attitudes toward Women in Politics: The Influence of Elite
Cues, Female Advancement, and Individual Characteristics" (with Melissa
Buice). 2013. American Political Science Review 107 (4): 644-62. [Reprint] [Country-level Dataset]
Van Cott Award for Outstanding Book from the Political Institutions section of the Latin American Studies Association, 2012 Winner.
Fernando Coronil Award from the Venezuelan Studies section of the Latin American Studies Association, 2014 Honorable Mention.
Party System Stability amid Regional Transformations" (with Jonathan
Hartlyn and Rosario Espinal). 2011. Latin
American Politics and Society Volume 53, Issue 1, pp. 1-32. [Preprint]
"Sociedad civil y poder político en República Dominicana [Civil society and political power in the Dominican Republic]" 2010. America Latina Hoy 56 (December): 37-58.
"Explaining Public Attitudes toward Fighting Latin American Inequality" (with Nathan J. Kelly). 2010. Poverty and Public Policy 2 (3): 79-111. [Preprint]
Politics in the Dominican Republic: Advances for Women, Ambivalence from
Men" (with Rosario Espinal and Jonathan Hartlyn). 2008. Politics & Gender 4 (1): 35-63. [Reprint]
"Religious Traditionalism and Latino Politics in the United States" (with Nathan J. Kelly). 2008. American Politics Research 36 (2): 236-63. [Reprint]
“Partisanship During the Collapse Venezuela's Party
Latin American Research Review 42 (1): 78-98. [Reprint]
"Performance Still Matters: Explaining Trust in Government in the Dominican Republic" (with Rosario Espinal and Jonathan Hartlyn). 2006. Comparative Political Studies 39 (2): 200-23. [Preprint]
"Religion and Latino Partisanship in the United States" (with Nathan J. Kelly). 2005. Political Research Quarterly 58 (1): 87-95. [Reprint]
y Género en la República Dominicana" (with Rosario Espinal and
Jonathan Hartlyn). 2005. In Miradas Desencadenantes: Los estudios de género
en la República Dominicana al inicio del tercer milenio, ed. Jineta E.B.
Candelario, Santo Domingo: INTEC, Centro de Estudios de Género.
"Counting on the Past or Investing in the Future? Economic and Political Accountability in Fujimori’s Peru." 2003. Journal of Politics 65 (3): 864-80. [Reprint]
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