Matthew N. Beckmann
Matthew N. Beckmann
Political Science, UC Irvine
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A spiral of cynicism for some: The contingent effects of campaign news frames on participation and confidence in government
NA Valentino, MN Beckmann, TA Buhr
Political communication 18 (4), 347-367, 2001
Where you live and what you watch: The impact of racial proximity and local television news on attitudes about race and crime
FD Gilliam Jr, NA Valentino, MN Beckmann
Political research quarterly 55 (4), 755-780, 2002
What leads to voting overreports? Contrasts of overreporters to validated voters and admitted nonvoters in the American National Election Studies
RF Belli, MW Traugott, MN Beckmann
Journal of Official Statistics 17 (4), 479, 2001
Pushing the agenda: Presidential leadership in US lawmaking, 1953–2004
MN Beckmann
Cambridge University Press, 2010
When the frame is the game: Revisiting the impact of “strategic” campaign coverage on citizens' information retention
NA Valentino, TA Buhr, MN Beckmann
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 78 (1), 93-112, 2001
The policy opportunities in presidential honeymoons
MN Beckmann, J Godfrey
Political Research Quarterly 60 (2), 250-262, 2007
Elite interviewing in Washington, DC
MN Beckmann, RL Hall
Interview research in political science, 196-208, 2013
The president's playbook: White House strategies for lobbying Congress
MN Beckmann
The Journal of Politics 70 (2), 407-419, 2008
Navigating the legislative divide: polarization, presidents, and policymaking in the United States
MN Beckmann, AJ McGann
Journal of Theoretical Politics 20 (2), 201-220, 2008
How presidents push, when presidents win: A model of positive presidential power in US lawmaking
MN Beckmann, V Kumar
Journal of Theoretical Politics 23 (1), 3-20, 2011
Opportunism in Polarization: Presidential Success in Senate Key Votes, 1953‐2008
MN Beckmann, V Kumar
Presidential Studies Quarterly 41 (3), 488-503, 2011
Targeting the Treatment: The Strategy behind Lyndon Johnson's Lobbying
MN Beckmann, NS Chaturvedi, JR Garcia
Legislative Studies Quarterly 42 (2), 211-234, 2017
Did Nixon quit before he resigned?
MN Beckmann
Research & Politics 4 (2), 2053168017704800, 2017
Up the Hill and across the Aisle: Discovering the path to Bipartisanship in Washington
MN Beckmann
Legislative Studies Quarterly 41 (2), 269-295, 2016
Speaking, Thinking, and Being President
MN Beckmann, MM Kaminski
Journal of Political Institutions and Political Economy 4 (2), 159-182, 2023
Researching the President’s [Redacted]
MN Beckmann
Congress & the Presidency 45 (3), 315-329, 2018
Notes on Contributors Notes on Contributors
JC Battista, MN Beckmann
Leadership in American Politics, 303, 2018
A President's Decisions and the Presidential Difference
MN Beckmann
Leadership in American Politics, 65-87, 2017
Response to Matthew N. Green's review of Pushing the Agenda: Presidential Leadership in U.S. Lawmaking, 1953–2004
MN Beckmann
Perspectives on Politics 10 (4), 1002-1003, 2012
The Speaker of the House: A Study of Leadership. By Matthew N. Green
MN Beckmann
Perspectives on Politics 10 (4), 999-1000, 2012
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