selected publications
Academic Articles39
  • Whitten, G. D., Williams, L. K., & Wimpy, C. (2021). Interpretation: the final spatial frontier. Political Science Research and Methods. 9(1), 140-156.
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  • Philips, A. Q., Souza, F., & Whitten, G. D. (2020). Globalization and comparative compositional inequality. Political Science Research and Methods. 8(3), 509-525.
  • Bricker, D., Lipsmeyer, C., Whitten, G., & Young, C. (2019). Immigration, Nativism, and Changing Politics: Special Issue Introduction. Social Science Quarterly. 100(2), 409-411.
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  • Davis, N. T., Goidel, K., Lipsmeyer, C. S., Whitten, G. D., & Young, C. (2019). The Political Consequences of Nativism: The Impact of Nativist Sentiment on Party Support*. Social Science Quarterly. 100(2), 466-479.
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  • Goidel, K., Gaddie, K., & Whitten, G. (2017). Special Issue Editors Introduction: The New World of Comparative Political Communication*. Social Science Quarterly. 98(3), 779-785.
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  • Kellstedt, P. M., & Whitten, G. D. (2018). The Fundamentals of Political Science Research. Cambridge University Press.
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  • Samuelson, C. D., Veditz, A., Whitten, G. D., Matlock, M., Alston, L. T., Peterson, T. R., & Gilbertz, S. J. (2005). Citizen Participation and Representation in Collaborative Engagement Processes. Sabatier, P. A., Focht, W., Lubell, M., Trachtenberg, Z., Veditz, A., & Matlock, M. (Eds.), Swimming Upstream Collaborative Approaches to Watershed Management. 137-170. Mit Press.
  • Palmer, H. D., & Whitten, G. D. (2004). Economics, Politics, and the Cost of Ruling in Advanced Industrial Democracies: How Much Does Context Matter?. Dorussen, H., & Taylor, M. (Eds.), Economic Voting. 66-91. Routledge.
  • Whitten, G. D. (2004). Could there have Possibly been Economic Voting?. Lewis-Beck, M. S. (Eds.), The French Voter. 126-135. Palgrave Macmillan UK.
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Conference Papers1
  • Lipsmeyer, C. S., Philips, A. Q., Rutherford, A., & Whitten, G. D. (2019). Comparing Dynamic Pies: A Strategy for Modeling Compositional Variables in Time and Space. Political Science Research and Methods. 7(3), 523-540.
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