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Christopher T. Stout
Christopher T. Stout
Department of Political Science, Oregon State University
Verified email at uci.edu
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Gender linked fate, race/ethnicity, and the marriage gap in American politics
CT Stout, K Kretschmer, L Ruppanner
Political Research Quarterly 70 (3), 509-522, 2017
572017
Can the American Dream Survive the New Multiethnic America? Evidence from Los Angeles1
MA Cohen‐Marks, C Stout
Sociological Forum 26 (4), 824-845, 2011
412011
I’m not voting for her: Polling discrepancies and female candidates
CT Stout, R Kline
Political Behavior 33 (3), 479-503, 2011
302011
Bringing race back in: Black politicians, deracialization, and voting behavior in the age of Obama
CT Stout
University of Virginia Press, 2015
232015
Living the dream: Barack Obama and blacks’ changing perceptions of the American dream
CT Stout, D Le
Social Science Quarterly 93 (5), 1338-1359, 2012
232012
Letters for Black Lives: Co-ethnic mobilization and support for the Black Lives Matter movement
M Arora, CT Stout
Political Research Quarterly 72 (2), 389-402, 2019
222019
Who is empowering who: Exploring the causal relationship between descriptive representation and Black empowerment
SA Gleason, CT Stout
Journal of Black Studies 45 (7), 635-659, 2014
162014
Ashamed not to vote for an African-American; ashamed to vote for a woman: An analysis of the Bradley effect from 1982-2006
C Stout, R Kline
162008
Asian American immigrants as the new electorate: exploring turnout and registration of a growing community
L DeSipio, N Masuoka, C Stout
Asian American Policy Review 17, 51-72, 2008
162008
Are you threatening me? Asian‐American panethnicity in the Trump era
D Le, M Arora, C Stout
Social Science Quarterly 101 (6), 2183-2192, 2020
142020
The 2008 presidential election, political efficacy, and group empowerment
C Stout, K Tate
Politics, Groups, and Identities 1 (2), 143-163, 2013
142013
BLACKREPRESENTATION, INTERSECTIONALITY, AND POLITICIANS'RESPONSES TO BLACK SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ON TWITTER
CT Stout, K Coulter, B Edwards
Mobilization 22 (4), 493-509, 2017
132017
The Changing Non-Voter: What Differentiates Non-Voters and Voters in Asian American and Latino Communities?
L DeSipio, N Masuoka, C Stout
122006
The case for identity politics: Polarization, demographic change, and racial appeals
CT Stout
University of Virginia Press, 2020
102020
What helps non-black people support Black Lives Matter? A signal from someone in their own ethnic group
M Arora, C Stout, K Kretschmer
Washington Post 18, 2020
62020
Traiting places: race and the evaluation of black and white presidential candidates
CT Stout, D Le
Presidential Studies Quarterly 47 (2), 311-335, 2017
62017
The continuing significance of history: an active-learning simulation to teach about the origins of racial inequality
V Stout, K Kretschmer, C Stout
Journal of Political Science Education 12 (2), 230-240, 2016
62016
The big tent effect: descriptive candidates and Black and Latino political partisanship
CT Stout, JR Garcia
American Politics Research 43 (2), 205-231, 2015
62015
Why white married women are more likely to vote for conservative parties
L Ruppanner, C Stout, G Mikolajczak, K Kretschmer
The Conversation 16, 2019
52019
Obamacares: candidate traits, descriptive representation, and Black political participation
CT Stout
Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 3 (2), 356-380, 2018
52018
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