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Differentiated party response: The effect of Euroskeptic public opinion on party positions
C Williams, JJ Spoon
European Union Politics 16 (2), 176-193, 2015
882015
It Takes Two: How Euroskeptic Public Opinion and Party Divisions Influence Party Positions
JJ Spoon, C Williams
West European Politics 40 (4), 741-762, 2017
502017
When shifting backfires: the electoral consequences of responding to niche party EU positions
MJ Meijers, CJ Williams
Journal of European Public Policy 27 (10), 1506-1525, 2020
382020
Responding to the Left: The Effect of Far Left Parties on Mainstream Party Euroskepticism
C Williams, J Ishiyama
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2018
362018
It Takes Three: How Mass Media Coverage Conditions Public Responsiveness to Policy Outputs in the United States
C Williams, M Schoonvelde
Social Science Quarterly, 2018
282018
Responding through transposition: public Euroskepticism and European policy implementation
CJ Williams
European Political Science Review 10 (1), 51-70, 2018
262018
Issuing Reasoned Opinions: The Effect of Public Attitudes Towards the EU on the Usage of the ‘Early Warning System'
CJ Williams
European Union Politics 17 (3), 504-521, 2016
262016
The determinants of the number of amicus briefs filed before the US Supreme Court, 1953–2001
R Salzman, CJ Williams, BT Calvin
Justice System Journal 32 (3), 293-313, 2011
262011
The effect of public attitudes toward the European Union on European Commission policy activity
CJ Williams, S Bevan
European Union Politics, 2019
252019
Reading between the Lines: Party Cues and SNP Support for Scottish Independence and Brexit
Z Greene, JJ Spoon, C Williams
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2017
242017
'It’s the economy, stupid’: when new politics parties take on old politics issues
JJ Spoon, CJ Williams
West European Politics, 2021
192021
THE INITIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES’ DIGITAL COVID-19 PUBLIC EDUCATION CAMPAIGN AND VACCINE UPTAKE: AN EVALUATION OF …
CJ Williams, EC Kranzler, JN Luchman, B Denison, S Fischer, T Wonder, ...
Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2023
142023
Taking official positions: How public policy preferences influence the platforms of parties in the United States
C Benefiel, CJ Williams
Electoral Studies 57, 71-78, 2019
122019
Recalled exposure to COVID-19 public education campaign advertisements predicts COVID-19 vaccine confidence
EC Kranzler, JN Luchman, CJ Williams, TA Model, R Ostby, M Vines, ...
Journal of Health Communication 28 (3), 144-155, 2023
102023
How challenger party issue entrepreneurship and mainstream party strategies drive public issue salience: evidence from radical-right parties and the issue of immigration
CJ Williams, S Hunger
European Political Science Review, 2022
72022
Evaluation of the “we can do this” campaign paid media and COVID-19 vaccination uptake, United States, December 2020–January 2022
B Denison, H Dahlen, JEC Kim, C Williams, E Kranzler, JN Luchman, ...
Journal of Health Communication 28 (9), 573-584, 2023
62023
Reassessing the role of anxiety in information seeking
CJ Williams
University of North Texas, 2008
62008
Environmental chauvinism? Explaining issue expansion among non-mainstream parties
JJ Spoon, CJ Williams
Party Politics, 2022
32022
Association Between the United States Department of Health and Human Services’ COVID-19 Public Education Campaign and Initial Adult COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake by Race and …
JN Luchman, T Nighbor, EC Kranzler, B Denison, H Dahlen, JEC Kim, ...
Health promotion practice, 15248399231221159, 2023
22023
How voter distributions, issue ownership, and position influence party emphasis
CJ Williams, J Ishiyama
Social Science Quarterly, 2022
22022
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