Mark Setzler
Mark Setzler
Professor of Political Science, High Point University
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Why did women vote for Donald Trump?
M Setzler, AB Yanus
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (3), 523-527, 2018
The decline of barriers to immigrant economic and political rights in the American states: 1977–2001
LFB Plascencia, GP Freeman, M Setzler
International Migration Review 37 (1), 5-23, 2003
Tribalism in America: behavioral experiments on affective polarization in the Trump era
S Whitt, AB Yanus, B McDonald, J Graeber, M Setzler, G Ballingrud, ...
Journal of Experimental Political Science 8 (3), 247-259, 2021
Awash in the Mainstream: Latinos and the 1996 Elections
L DeSipio, O Rodolfo, M Setzler
Did Brazilians Vote for Jair Bolsonaro Because They Share his Most Controversial Views?
M Setzler
Brazilian Political Science Review 15 (1), 1-16, 2021
Measuring bias against female political leadership
M Setzler
Politics & Gender 15 (4), 695-721, 2019
Democratizing urban Brazil: institutional legacies and determinants of accountability in local elections and legislatures
M Setzler
Trabalho apresentado no Encontro Anual da LASA. Miami, 2000
Evangelical protestantism and bias against female political leaders
M Setzler, AB Yanus
Social Science Quarterly 98 (2), 766-778, 2017
Religious Differences among Congressional Districts and the Success of Women Candidates
M Setzler
Politics & Gender 12 (3), 518–548, 2016
Does Religion Bias Individuals Against Female Political Leadership in Latin America?
M Setzler
The Latin Americanist 59 (4), 47-72, 2015
The Impact of Religion on Voting For Female Congressional Candidates
M Setzler, AB Yanus
Politics and Religion 8 (4), 679-698, 2015
The Civic Orientation and Political Assimilation of Latino Immigrant Youth
N McRee, M Setzler
Sociological Focus 52 (3), 246-266, 2019
Adversity, gender stereotyping, and appraisals of female political leadership: evidence from Latin America
M Setzler
The Latin Americanist 63 (2), 189-219, 2019
The Acquisition of Political Knowledge and Electoral Accountability in a Developing Democracy: Evidence from Brazil
M Setzler
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 29, 2002
The Use of Gender Quotas in Open-List Proportional Representation Electoral Systems: Electing Women in Brazil. Paper prepared for the
M Setzler
Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, 6-9, 2005
Recursos Socioeconômicos, Capital Sociocultural e Conhecimento Político como Determinantes da Formulação de Políticas Públicas Locais no Brasil
M Setzler
Caderno CRH 39 (2), 133-160, 2003
Democratizing urban Brazil: voters, reformers, and the pursuit of political accountability
M Setzler
University of Texas at Austin, 2002
Alive and Kicking: Municipal Affirmative Action Policy in Texas Cities, 1980s–1990s
RO De la Garza, S Graves, MH Setzler
Policy Studies Journal 27 (1), 45-63, 1999
Race, Racial Negativity, and Competing Conceptions of American National Identity
J Graeber, M Setzler
American Politics Research 49 (2), 171–185, 2021
Do Religious Voters Discriminate Against Women Gubernatorial Candidates?
M Setzler, AB Yanus
Politics, Groups, and Identities 7 (2), 347-366, 2017
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