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Campaign Advertising, Issue Environments, and Latino Political Behavior in 2004 House Elections
Unformatted Document Text:  18 Kahn, Kim F., and Patrick J. Kenney. 2000. “How Negative Campaigning Enhances Knowledge of Senate Elections.” In Crowded Airwaves: Campaign Advertising in Elections, ed. James A. Thurber, Candice J. Nelson, and David A. Dulio. Washington: Brookings Institution Press, pp. 65-95. Pantoja, Adrian D., Ricardo Ramirez and Gary M. Segura. 2001. “Citizens by Choice, Voters by Necessity: Patterns in Political Mobilization by Naturalized Latinos.” Political Research Quarterly 54:729-750. Pantoja, Adrian D. and Sarah Allen Gershon. 2006. “Political Orientations and Naturalization Among Latino and Latina Immigrants.” Social Science Quarterly 87: 1172-1187. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2005. Democracy in ImmigrantAmerica. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Ramirez, Ricardo. 2005. “Giving Voice to Latino Voters: A Field Experiment on the Effectiveness of a National Non-Partisan Mobilization Effort.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 601:66–84. Shaw, Daron, Rodolfo de la Garza, and Jongho Lee. 2000. “Examining Latino Turnout in 1996: A Three-State, Validated Survey Approach.” American Journal of Political Science 44: 338–46. Stokes, Atiya Kai. 2003. “Latino Group Consciousness and Political Participation.” American Politics Research 31: 361–78.

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Kahn, Kim F., and Patrick J. Kenney. 2000. “How Negative Campaigning Enhances Knowledge
of Senate Elections.” In Crowded Airwaves: Campaign Advertising in Elections, ed.
James A. Thurber, Candice J. Nelson, and David A. Dulio. Washington: Brookings
Institution Press, pp. 65-95.
Pantoja, Adrian D., Ricardo Ramirez and Gary M. Segura. 2001. “Citizens by Choice, Voters by
Necessity: Patterns in Political Mobilization by Naturalized Latinos.” Political Research
Quarterly 54:729-750.

Pantoja, Adrian D. and Sarah Allen Gershon. 2006. “Political Orientations and Naturalization
Among Latino and Latina Immigrants.” Social Science Quarterly 87: 1172-1187.

Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2005. Democracy in ImmigrantAmerica. Stanford: Stanford
University Press.

Ramirez, Ricardo. 2005. “Giving Voice to Latino Voters: A Field Experiment on the
Effectiveness of a National Non-Partisan Mobilization Effort.” Annals of the American
Academy of Political and Social Science 601:66–84.

Shaw, Daron, Rodolfo de la Garza, and Jongho Lee. 2000. “Examining Latino Turnout in 1996:
A Three-State, Validated Survey Approach.” American Journal of Political Science 44:
338–46.

Stokes, Atiya Kai. 2003. “Latino Group Consciousness and Political Participation.” American
Politics Research 31: 361–78.


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