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2008 Presidential Contenders: Where They Stand, What They’re (Not) Saying, and How They’re Framing the Issues
Unformatted Document Text:  Funk, Carolyn L. 1996a. “The Impact of Scandal on Candidate Evaluations: An Experimental Test of the Role of Candidate Traits.” Political Behavior 18(1): 1-24. Funk, Carolyn L. 1996b. “Understanding Trait Inferences in Candidate Images.” In Research in Micropolitics: Rethinking Rationality, vol. 5, ed. Michael X. Delli Carpini, Leonie Huddy, and Robert Y. Shapiro. Greenwich, CT: JAI. Funk, Carolyn L. 1999. “Bringing the Candidate into Models of Candidate Evaluation.” Journal of Politics 61(3): 700-720. Gant, Michael M. 1983. “Citizens’ Evaluations of 1980 Presidential Candidates: Influence of Campaign Strategies.” American Politics Quarterly 11(3): 327-48. Glasgow, Garrett and Alvarez, R. Michael. 2000. “Uncertainty and Candidate Personality Traits” American Politics Research, Vol. 28, No. 1, 26-49 Goren, Paul. 2002. “Character Weakness, Partisan Bias, and Presidential Evaluation.” American Journal of Political Science 46(3): 627-641. Greene, Steven. 2001. “The Role of Character Assessments in Presidential Approval.” AmericanPolitics Research 29(2): 196-210. Gulati, Jeff. 2003. “Campaigning for Congress on the World Wide Web and the Implications for Strong Democracy.” Presented at the 2003 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia. Hayes, Danny. 2005. “Candidate Qualities through a Partisan Lens: A Theory of Trait Ownership.” American Journal of Political Science 49(4): 908-923. Hayes, Danny. 2007. “Has Television Personalized Voting Behavior?” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the MPSA, Chicago, IL, April 12-15, 2007. Hirsh, Michael. 2008. “Foreign Battleground.” Newsweek. Mar 24, 2008. (http://www.newsweek.com/id/123488/page/1) Howard, Philip N. 2003. “Digitizing the Social Contract: Producing American Political Culture in the Age of New Media.” The Communication Review 6(3):213-245. Jacobs, Lawrence R. and Robert Y. Shapiro. 1994. “Issues, Candidate Image, and Priming.” American Political Science Review 88(3): 527-540. Jerit, Jennifer. 2007. “Issue Framing and Engagement: Rhetorical Strategy in Public Policy Debates.” Political Behavior 30: 1-24. Kamarck, Elaine Ciulla. 2002. “Political Campaigning on the Internet: Business as Usual?” In Governance.com: Democracy in the Information Age, eds. Elaine Ciulla Kamarck and Joseph J. Nye Jr. Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 81-103. Keeter, Scott. 1987. “The Illusion of Intimacy: Television and the Role of Candidate Personal Qualities in Voter Choice.” Public Opinion Quarterly 51(3): 344-358. Kenney, Patrick J., and Tom W. Rice. 1988. “Presidential Prenomination Preferences and Candidate Evaluations.” American Political Science Review 82(4): 1309-1319. Kilburn, H. Whitt. 2005. “Does the Candidate Really Matter?” American Politics Research 33 (3): 335-356. 27

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Funk, Carolyn L. 1996a. “The Impact of Scandal on Candidate Evaluations: An Experimental Test of the Role of
Candidate Traits.” Political Behavior 18(1): 1-24.
Funk, Carolyn L. 1996b. “Understanding Trait Inferences in Candidate Images.” In Research in Micropolitics:
Rethinking Rationality, vol. 5, ed. Michael X. Delli Carpini, Leonie Huddy, and Robert Y. Shapiro.
Greenwich, CT: JAI.
Funk, Carolyn L. 1999. “Bringing the Candidate into Models of Candidate Evaluation.” Journal of Politics 61(3):
700-720.
Gant, Michael M. 1983. “Citizens’ Evaluations of 1980 Presidential Candidates: Influence of Campaign Strategies.”
American Politics Quarterly 11(3): 327-48.
Glasgow, Garrett and Alvarez, R. Michael. 2000. “Uncertainty and Candidate Personality Traits” American Politics
Research, Vol. 28, No. 1, 26-49
Goren, Paul. 2002. “Character Weakness, Partisan Bias, and Presidential Evaluation.” American Journal of Political
Science 46(3): 627-641.
Greene, Steven. 2001. “The Role of Character Assessments in Presidential Approval.” American
Politics Research
29(2): 196-210.
Gulati, Jeff. 2003. “Campaigning for Congress on the World Wide Web and the Implications for Strong
Democracy.” Presented at the 2003 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association,
Philadelphia.
Hayes, Danny. 2005. “Candidate Qualities through a Partisan Lens: A Theory of Trait Ownership.” American
Journal of Political Science 49(4): 908-923.
Hayes, Danny. 2007. “Has Television Personalized Voting Behavior?” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
MPSA, Chicago, IL, April 12-15, 2007.
Hirsh, Michael. 2008. “Foreign Battleground.” Newsweek. Mar 24, 2008.
(http://www.newsweek.com/id/123488/page/1)
Howard, Philip N. 2003. “Digitizing the Social Contract: Producing American Political Culture in the Age of New
Media.” The Communication Review 6(3):213-245.
Jacobs, Lawrence R. and Robert Y. Shapiro. 1994. “Issues, Candidate Image, and Priming.” American Political
Science Review 88(3): 527-540.
Jerit, Jennifer. 2007. “Issue Framing and Engagement: Rhetorical Strategy in Public Policy Debates.” Political
Behavior 30: 1-24.
Kamarck, Elaine Ciulla. 2002. “Political Campaigning on the Internet: Business as Usual?” In Governance.com:
Democracy in the Information Age, eds. Elaine Ciulla Kamarck and Joseph J. Nye Jr. Washington D.C.:
Brookings Institution Press, 81-103.
Keeter, Scott. 1987. “The Illusion of Intimacy: Television and the Role of Candidate Personal Qualities in Voter
Choice.” Public Opinion Quarterly 51(3): 344-358.
Kenney, Patrick J., and Tom W. Rice. 1988. “Presidential Prenomination Preferences and Candidate Evaluations.”
American Political Science Review 82(4): 1309-1319.
Kilburn, H. Whitt. 2005. “Does the Candidate Really Matter?” American Politics Research 33 (3): 335-356.
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