Donald P. Haider-Markel
Donald P. Haider-Markel
Professor of Political Science, University of Kansas
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Pulled over: How police stops define race and citizenship
CR Epp, S Maynard-Moody, DP Haider-Markel
University of Chicago Press, 2014
The politics of gay and lesbian rights: Expanding the scope of the conflict
DP Haider-Markel, KJ Meier
the Journal of Politics 58 (2), 332-349, 1996
Gun policy, opinion, tragedy, and blame attribution: The conditional influence of issue frames
DP Haider‐Markel, MR Joslyn
Journal of Politics 63 (2), 520-543, 2001
Beliefs About the Origins of Homosexuality and Support For Gay RightsAn Empirical Test of Attribution Theory
DP Haider-Markel, MR Joslyn
Public opinion quarterly 72 (2), 291-310, 2008
Policy diffusion as a geographical expansion of the scope of political conflict: Same-sex marriage bans in the 1990s
DP Haider-Markel
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 1 (1), 5-26, 2001
Race, bureaucracy, and symbolic representation: Interactions between citizens and police
NA Theobald, DP Haider-Markel
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19 (2), 409-426, 2009
Making the national local: Specifying the conditions for national government influence on state policymaking
MD Allen, C Pettus, DP Haider-Markel
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 4 (3), 318-344, 2004
Lose, win, or draw? A reexamination of direct democracy and minority rights
DP Haider-Markel, A Querze, K Lindaman
Political Research Quarterly 60 (2), 304-314, 2007
Issue evolution, political parties, and the culture wars
K Lindaman, DP Haider-Markel
Political Research Quarterly 55 (1), 91-110, 2002
Reassessing the impact of Supreme Court decisions on public opinion: Gay civil rights cases
JW Stoutenborough, DP Haider-Markel, MD Allen
Political Research Quarterly 59 (3), 419-433, 2006
The politics of social regulatory policy: State and federal hate crime policy and implementation effort
DP Haider-Markel
Political Research Quarterly 51 (1), 69-88, 1998
Out and running: Gay and lesbian candidates, elections, and policy representation
DP Haider-Markel
Georgetown University Press, 2010
Minority group interests and political representation: Gay elected officials in the policy process
DP Haider-Markel, MR Joslyn, CJ Kniss
The Journal of Politics 62 (2), 568-577, 2000
Tracing issue definition and policy change: An analysis of disability issue images and policy response
Y Jeon, DP Haider‐Markel
Policy Studies Journal 29 (2), 215-231, 2001
Attributions and the regulation of marriage: Considering the parallels between race and homosexuality
DP Haider-Markel, MR Joslyn
PS: Political Science and Politics 38 (2), 233-239, 2005
Gay and lesbian Americans and political participation: A reference handbook
RA Smith, R Smith, DP Haider-Markel
ABC-CLIO, 2002
Legislative victory, electoral uncertainty: Explaining outcomes in the battles over lesbian and gay civil rights
DP Haider‐Markel, KJ Meier
Review of Policy Research 20 (4), 671-690, 2003
Representation and backlash: The positive and negative influence of descriptive representation
DP Haider‐Markel
Legislative Studies Quarterly 32 (1), 107-133, 2007
Beyond profiling: The institutional sources of racial disparities in policing
CR Epp, S Maynard‐Moody, D Haider‐Markel
Public Administration Review 77 (2), 168-178, 2017
All Politics is Not Local: National Forces in State Abortion Initiatives*
J Roh, DP Haider‐Markel
Social Science Quarterly 84 (1), 15-31, 2003
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