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2016, SAGE video tutorials, ISBN 1473990742
Professor Thad Kousser examines the factors that changed California from a predominantly Republican state to a heavily Democratic state. After the Cold War,... 
California Politics and government
Video Recording
2012, ISBN 9781107611177, xv, 284
"Governors, just like American presidents, face a singular disadvantage when it comes to lawmaking. Though the public may look to governors to lead their... 
States | Veto | Legislative power | Executive power | Powers and duties | Governors | Political leadership | Politics & government | United States
Book
2005, ISBN 9780521548731, xii, 275
The wisdom of term limits and professional politics has been debated since the time of Aristotle, spurring 'reforms' of legislatures in Athens, Rome, Venice,... 
States | Legislators | Term limits (Public office) | Legislative bodies | Term of office | Legislation | United States
Book
2008, ISBN 9780877724261, viii, 332
Book
Global Environmental Change, ISSN 0959-3780, 05/2018, Volume 50, p. 100
Is public opinion on global climate change stable, with voters holding deeply rooted attitudes that guide them to consistent policy positions? Or is public... 
Climate change | Renewable energy | Environmental policy | Attitude change | Emissions trading | Voters | Attitudes | Emissions control | Politics | Energy policy | Public opinion | Political parties
Journal Article
Australian Journal of Political Science, ISSN 1036-1146, 04/2019, Volume 54, Issue 2, pp. 183 - 201
When politicians use the new tools of social media to talk directly to voters, how strategic are these communications? Do lawmakers change how they present... 
Twitter | content analysis | Australia | machine learning | social media | campaigns and elections | POLITICAL SCIENCE | CANDIDATES | Elections | Politicians | Social media | Voters | Social networks | Mass media | Electoral systems
Journal Article
California Journal of Politics and Policy, ISSN 1944-4370, 02/2015, Volume 7, Issue 1, p. 0_1
  Did the new rules implemented by California's top-two system change the electoral game in the statewide primaries of 2014? This article looks first at... 
Journal Article
The American Political Science Review, ISSN 0003-0554, 11/2013, Volume 107, Issue 4, pp. 663 - 678
Do big cities exert more power than less populous ones in American state legislatures? In many m m political systems, greater representation leads to more... 
Legislators | City halls | Demography | African Americans | Urban populations | Cities | City politics | City districts | Political parties | Legislatures | POLICY | METROPOLITAN | COALITIONS | POLITICAL SCIENCE | POLITICS | PAROCHIAL ALTRUISM | Ordinances, Municipal | Political power | Political science | State government | Bills
Journal Article
Revue française de science politique, ISSN 0035-2950, 04/2014, Volume 64, Issue 2, pp. 265 - 287
American federalism is constantly in flux. The 'devolution revolution' of the mid-1990s gave states tremendous power to rewrite the rules of their welfare... 
Journal Article
Revue francaise de science politique, ISSN 0035-2950, 04/2014, Volume 64, Issue 2, pp. 265 - 287
American federalism is constantly in flux. The 'devolution revolution' of the mid-1990s gave states tremendous power to rewrite the rules of their welfare... 
Journal Article
Global Environmental Change, ISSN 0959-3780, 05/2018, Volume 50, pp. 100 - 109
Is public opinion on global climate change stable, with voters holding deeply rooted attitudes that guide them to consistent policy positions? Or is public... 
Voter cues | Political party identification | Australia | Political leaders | Climate change attitudes | PARTY | PERSUASION | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | IMPACT | PUBLIC-OPINION | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | POLARIZATION | GEOGRAPHY | Market surveys | Global warming | Political parties
Journal Article
Political Behavior, ISSN 0190-9320, 6/2016, Volume 38, Issue 2, pp. 413 - 432
Those who turn out in American primary elections are a small and unrepresentative subset of the population. Why do citizens forgo participation in nominating... 
Sociology, general | Political Science and International Relations | Political Science | Analysis | Primaries | Elections | Voter turnout | Voter behavior | Voting | Nomination | Primaries & caucuses | Primary elections | Citizen participation
Journal Article
American Political Science Review, ISSN 0003-0554, 2/2010, Volume 104, Issue 1, pp. 151 - 170
When do lawmakers craft broad policies, and when do they focus on narrow legislation tailored to a local interest? We investigate this question by exploring... 
Legislative districts | Lower houses | Legislators | Local government | Self determination | Cities | City districts | Professionalism | Political parties | Legislatures | TERM LIMITS | PARTY | HOUSE-OF-REPRESENTATIVES | WELFARE POLICIES | PUBLIC POLICY | POLITICAL SCIENCE | POLITICS | PROFESSIONALISM | GOODS | INSTITUTIONALIZATION | REFORM | Powers and duties | Policy making | American history | Public policy | State laws | Bills
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2016, SAGE video shorts, ISBN 9781473976047
Using the United States as an example, Professor Thad Kousser demonstrates the principles behind federalism. He also explains how this system of government... 
Federal government
Video Recording
2016, SAGE video shorts, ISBN 1473976057
Professor Thad Kousser explains bureaucracy as the people and processes that put laws into action. His intent is to show that it isn't just a 'dirty word.' 
Bureaucracy
Video Recording
2016, SAGE video experts, ISBN 9781473975927
Professor Thad Kousser discusses state politics and how it relates to national politics. State politics is what affects most people every day through taxes and... 
U.S. states Politics and government
Video Recording
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