Politics Groups and Identities

Papers
(The TQCC of Politics Groups and Identities is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Xenophobia in the time of pandemic: othering, anti-Asian attitudes, and COVID-19172
Identifying the prevalence, correlates, and policy consequences of anti-vaccine social identity29
Social representations of COVID-19 skeptics: denigration, demonization, and disenfranchisement17
A fake news inoculation? Fact checkers, partisan identification, and the power of misinformation15
Racial conservatism, self-monitoring, and perceptions of police violence13
Intersectional stereotyping in policing: an analysis of traffic stop outcomes12
A disproportionate burden: strict voter identification laws and minority turnout11
Guerreras y Puentes: the theory and praxis of Latina(x) activism9
Diverse and inclusive high courts: a global and intersectional perspective9
Asian Americans and Anti-Blackness9
Who wins the British lavender vote? (Mostly) Labour7
Gender mainstreaming and the substantive representation of women: where do parliamentary bodies fit?7
The future is ours to build: Asian American abolitionist counterstories for Black liberation7
Relative group discrimination and vote choice among Blacks, Latinos, Asians, and Whites7
Do ministers’ occupational and social class backgrounds influence social spending?7
Stereotyping Latinas: candidate gender and ethnicity on the political stage7
The anti-Black axis: rethinking racial triangulation7
Globalizing racial triangulation: including the people and nations of color on which White supremacy depends6
Contextualizing the gender gap in voter turnout6
“Every year they ignore us”: public school closures and public trust6
Perceived police performance, racial experiences, and trust in local government6
Anti-black prejudice in Asian American public opinion6
Invisible forces: gender, race, and congressional staff5
Understanding anti-Asian sentiment and political behavior in the wake of COVID-195
Linked fate, #MeToo, and political participation5
Concurrent pressures of mass protests: the dual influences of #BlackLivesMatter on state-level policing reform adoption5
Racial group affect and support for civil liberties in the United States5
The influence of candidate race and ethnicity: the case of Asian Americans5
The speaker’s gender equality group in the Swedish parliament – a toothless tiger?5
Transborder (in)securities: transborder commuters’ perceptions of U.S. Customs and Border Protection policing at the Mexico–U.S. border5
Historical information and beliefs about racial inequality5
Progressive familial socialization and white partisans’ racial attitudes5
Assessing the efficacy of early voting access on Indian reservations: evidence from a natural experiment in Nevada5
White identity, Donald Trump, and the mobilization of extremism5
The #MeToo movement and attitudes toward President Trump in the wake of a sexual misconduct allegation5
Asian Americans and multiracial politics: the contribution and limits of racial triangulation theory5
When #BlackLivesMatter at the Women’s March: a study of the emotional influence of racial appeals on Instagram5
Is money an insurmountable barrier to women’s political representation in transactional democracies? Evidence from North Sumatera, Indonesia4
Christian nationalism: a stained-glass ceiling for LGBT candidates?4
Fairness has a face: neutrality and descriptive representation on courts4
One size does not fit all: core political values and principles across race, ethnicity, and gender4
Perceived racial discrimination, racial resentment, and support for affirmative action and preferential hiring and promotion: a multi-racial analysis4
The color of class politics: economic position, racial resentment, and attitudes about redistribution4
Who thinks removing Confederate icons violates free speech?4
Better for everyone: Black descriptive representation and police traffic stops4
Undeserving rich or untrustworthy government? How elite rhetoric erodes support for soaking the rich4
Refugees’ loss of self-determination in UNHCR operations through the gaining of identity in blockchain technology4
Turkey’s soldier’s matrix: fighting against internal threats and external enemies4
The recognizing body: physiological dimensions of a democratic norm3
“The quiet revolution”: convenience voting, vote centers, and turnout in Texas elections3
Insulated Blackness: the cause for fracture in Black political identity3
Nobody's free until everybody's free: how feminist identification influences white Americans' willingness to recognize and respond to racial discrimination3
Women “doing” the judiciary: rethinking the justice argument for descriptive representation3
Gendering racialization3
It’s not me, it’s you: perceptions of others and attitudes toward a female nominee in the 2020 New Hampshire democratic primary3
Identities, interest group coalitions, and intergroup relations3
Understanding pan-Asian identity: how and when threat affects Asian and national origin identity attachment3
Dignity politics in immigrant detention3
Learning gender equality: how women’s protest influences youth gender attitudes3
Impact of protracted conflict on women in Kashmir: tracking multidimensional exclusions within social and political institutions3
Diversity, consensus, and decision making: evidence from the U.S. Courts of Appeals3
“You’re not my nanny!” Responses to racialized women leaders during COVID-193
Social contact with same-sex married couples and support for marriage equality: evidence from Argentina3
Strong and caring? The stereotypic traits of women of color in politics3
Claire Jean Kim's racial triangulation at 20: rethinking Black-Asian solidarity and political science3
Schooling the parties: the effect of the education realignment on LGBTQ+ party position taking in the US House of Representatives3
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