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Erin Cassese
Erin Cassese
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Delaware
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9. On the Distinct Political Effects of Anxiety and Anger
L Huddy, S Feldman, E Cassese
The affect effect, 202-230, 2008
6202008
Party and gender stereotypes in campaign attacks
EC Cassese, MR Holman
Political Behavior 40, 785-807, 2018
1872018
Playing the woman card: Ambivalent sexism in the 2016 US presidential race
EC Cassese, MR Holman
Political Psychology 40 (1), 55-74, 2019
1822019
American party women: A look at the gender gap within parties
TD Barnes, EC Cassese
Political Research Quarterly 70 (1), 127-141, 2017
1812017
Reconciling sexism and women’s support for Republican candidates: A look at gender, class, and whiteness in the 2012 and 2016 presidential races
EC Cassese, TD Barnes
Political Behavior 41, 677-700, 2019
1702019
All along the watchtower: Acculturation fear, anti-Latino affect, and immigration
R Branton, EC Cassese, BS Jones, C Westerland
The Journal of Politics 73 (3), 664-679, 2011
1652011
Partisan dehumanization in American politics
EC Cassese
Political Behavior 43 (1), 29-50, 2021
1392021
Gender differences in COVID-19 conspiracy theory beliefs
EC Cassese, CE Farhart, JM Miller
Politics & Gender 16 (4), 1009-1018, 2020
1332020
Gender, public opinion, and political reasoning
L Huddy, E Cassese, MK Lizotte
Political women and American democracy, 31-49, 2008
1232008
Religious beliefs, gender consciousness, and women’s political participation
EC Cassese, MR Holman
Sex Roles 75, 514-527, 2016
822016
Racializing gender: Public opinion at the intersection
EC Cassese, TD Barnes, RP Branton
Politics & Gender 11 (1), 1-26, 2015
782015
Socially mediated Internet surveys: Recruiting participants for online experiments
EC Cassese, L Huddy, TK Hartman, L Mason, CR Weber
PS: Political Science & Politics 46 (4), 775-784, 2013
642013
Gendered nationalism and the 2016 US presidential election: How party, class, and beliefs about masculinity shaped voting behavior
M Deckman, E Cassese
Politics & Gender 17 (2), 277-300, 2021
632021
A hidden curriculum? Examining the gender content in introductory-level political science textbooks
EC Cassese, AL Bos
Politics & Gender 9 (2), 214-223, 2013
612013
Integrating gender into the political science core curriculum
EC Cassese, AL Bos, LE Duncan
PS: Political Science & Politics 45 (2), 238-243, 2012
542012
Religion, gendered authority, and identity in American politics
EC Cassese, MR Holman
Politics and Religion 10 (1), 31-56, 2017
522017
Voting the gender gap
LD Whitaker
University of Illinois Press, 2008
522008
A reexamination of women’s electoral success in open seat elections: The conditioning effect of electoral competition
TD Barnes, RP Branton, EC Cassese
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 38 (3), 298-317, 2017
502017
Sources of political unity and disunity among women
L Huddy, E Cassese, MK Lizotte
Voting the gender gap, 141-169, 2008
442008
Writing groups as models for peer mentorship among female faculty in political science
EC Cassese, MR Holman
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (2), 401-405, 2018
382018
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