Anand Sokhey
Anand Sokhey
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Colorado at Boulder
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Who wants to deliberate—and why?
MA Neblo, KM Esterling, RP Kennedy, DMJ Lazer, AE Sokhey
American Political Science Review 104 (3), 566-583, 2010
Disagreeing about disagreement: How conflict in social networks affects political behavior
CA Klofstad, AE Sokhey, SD McClurg
American Journal of Political Science 57 (1), 120-134, 2013
Social networks and correct voting
AE Sokhey, SD McClurg
The Journal of Politics 74 (3), 751-764, 2012
The dynamics of partisan identification when party brands change: the case of the Workers Party in Brazil
A Baker, AE Sokhey, B Ames, LR Renno
The Journal of Politics 78 (1), 197-213, 2016
Present but not accounted for? Gender differences in civic resource acquisition
PA Djupe, AE Sokhey, CP Gilbert
American Journal of Political Science 51 (4), 906-920, 2007
Reconsidering the role of politics in leaving religion: The importance of affiliation
PA Djupe, JR Neiheisel, AE Sokhey
American Journal of Political Science 62 (1), 161-175, 2018
Interpersonal networks and democratic politics
AE Sokhey, PA Djupe
PS: Political Science & Politics 44 (1), 55-59, 2011
Explaining gender in the journals: how submission practices affect publication patterns in political science
PA Djupe, AE Smith, AE Sokhey
PS: Political Science & Politics 52 (1), 71-77, 2019
Veni, vidi, disseri: Churches and the promise of democratic deliberation
JR Neiheisel, PA Djupe, AE Sokhey
American Politics Research 37 (4), 614-643, 2009
Name generation in interpersonal political network data: Results from a series of experiments
AE Sokhey, PA Djupe
Social Networks 36, 147-161, 2014
Revisiting the divisive primary hypothesis: 2008 and the Clinton—Obama nomination battle
T Makse, AE Sokhey
American Politics Research 38 (2), 233-265, 2010
Emotion, motivation, and social information seeking about politics
J Lyons, A Sokhey
Political Communication 31 (2), 237-258, 2014
Examining Legislative Cue‐Taking in the US Senate
J Box‐Steffensmeier, JM Ryan, AE Sokhey
Legislative Studies Quarterly 40 (1), 13-53, 2015
The political consequences of gender in social networks
P Djupe, S McClurg, AE Sokhey
British Journal of Political Science 48 (3), 637-658, 2018
Expanding the conversation: Multiplier effects from a deliberative field experiment
DM Lazer, AE Sokhey, MA Neblo, KM Esterling, R Kennedy
Political Communication 32 (4), 552-573, 2015
The displaying of yard signs as a form of political participation
T Makse, AE Sokhey
Political Behavior 36, 189-213, 2014
Personality, interpersonal disagreement, and electoral information
J Lyons, AE Sokhey, SD McClurg, D Seib
The Journal of Politics 78 (3), 806-821, 2016
American rabbis in the 2000 elections
PA Djupe, AE Sokhey
Journal for the scientific study of religion 42 (4), 563-576, 2003
Discussion networks
SD McClurg, CA Klofstad, AE Sokhey
Immigrant threat and national salience: Understanding the “English official” movement in the United States
AH Liu, AE Sokhey, JB Kennedy, A Miller
Research & Politics 1 (1), 2053168014531926, 2014
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