Benjamin J. Newman
Benjamin J. Newman
Associate Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, University of California, Riverside
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Acculturating contexts and Anglo opposition to immigration in the United States
BJ Newman
American Journal of Political Science 57 (2), 374-390, 2013
False consciousness or class awareness? Local income inequality, personal economic position, and belief in American meritocracy
BJ Newman, CD Johnston, PL Lown
American Journal of Political Science 59 (2), 326-340, 2015
Politics at the checkout line: Explaining political consumerism in the United States
BJ Newman, BL Bartels
Political Research Quarterly 64 (4), 803-817, 2011
Foreign language exposure, cultural threat, and opposition to immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, CS Taber
Political Psychology 33 (5), 635-657, 2012
The opinion-mobilizing effect of social protest against police violence: Evidence from the 2020 George Floyd protests
TT Reny, BJ Newman
American Political Science Review 115 (4), 1499-1507, 2021
Decoding prejudice toward Hispanics: Group cues and public reactions to threatening immigrant behavior
TK Hartman, BJ Newman, C Scott Bell
Political Behavior 36, 143-163, 2014
The Trump Effect: An Experimental Investigation of the Emboldening Effect of Racially Inflammatory Elite Communication
BJ Newman, JL Merolla, S Shah, DC Lemi, L Collingwood, ...
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Group size versus change? Assessing Americans˘ perception of local immigration
BJ Newman, Y Velez
Political Research Quarterly 67 (2), 293-303, 2014
Race, place, and building a base: Latino population growth and the nascent Trump campaign for president
BJ Newman, S Shah, L Collingwood
Public Opinion Quarterly 82 (1), 122-134, 2018
Mass shootings and public support for gun control
BJ Newman, TK Hartman
British Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 1527-1553, 2019
Easing the heavy hand: Humanitarian concern, empathy, and opinion on immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, PL Lown, S Feldman
British Journal of Political Science 45 (3), 583-607, 2015
Are citizens “receiving the treatment”? Assessing a key link in contextual theories of public opinion and political behavior
BJ Newman, Y Velez, TK Hartman, A Bankert
Political Psychology 36 (1), 123-131, 2015
Immigration crackdown in the American workplace: Explaining variation in E-Verify policy adoption across the US states
BJ Newman, CD Johnston, AA Strickland, J Citrin
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 12 (2), 160-182, 2012
Ethnic change, personality, and polarization over immigration in the American public
CD Johnston, BJ Newman, Y Velez
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (3), 662-686, 2015
My poor friend: Financial distress in one˘s social network, the perceived power of the rich, and support for redistribution
BJ Newman
The Journal of Politics 76 (1), 126-138, 2014
Economic inequality and US public policy mood across space and time
CD Johnston, BJ Newman
American Politics Research 44 (1), 164-191, 2016
Breaking the glass ceiling: Local gender‐based earnings inequality and women's belief in the American dream
BJ Newman
American Journal of Political Science 60 (4), 1006-1025, 2016
Economic reasoning with a racial hue: is the immigration consensus purely race neutral?
BJ Newman, N Malhotra
The Journal of Politics 81 (1), 153-166, 2019
Who sees an hourglass? Assessing citizens˘ perception of local economic inequality
BJ Newman, S Shah, E Lauterbach
Research & Politics 5 (3), 2053168018793974, 2018
Social dominance and the cultural politics of immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, CS Taber
Political Psychology 35 (2), 165-186, 2014
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