Scott McClurg
Scott McClurg
Professor of Political Science and Sociology
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Social networks and political participation: The role of social interaction in explaining political participation
SD McClurg
Political research quarterly 56 (4), 449-464, 2003
The electoral relevance of political talk: Examining disagreement and expertise effects in social networks on political participation
SD McClurg
American Journal of Political Science 50 (3), 737-754, 2006
The mobilization of core supporters: Campaigns, turnout, and electoral composition in United States presidential elections
TM Holbrook, SD McClurg
American Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 689-703, 2005
Disagreeing about disagreement: How conflict in social networks affects political behavior
CA Klofstad, AE Sokhey, SD McClurg
American Journal of Political Science 57 (1), 120-134, 2013
Political disagreement in context: The conditional effect of neighborhood context, disagreement and political talk on electoral participation
SD McClurg
Political Behavior 28, 349-366, 2006
Navigating the range of statistical tools for inferential network analysis
SJ Cranmer, P Leifeld, SD McClurg, M Rolfe
American Journal of Political Science 61 (1), 237-251, 2017
Measurement of political discussion networks: A comparison of two “name generator” procedures
CA Klofstad, SD McClurg, M Rolfe
Public Opinion Quarterly 73 (3), 462-483, 2009
Social networks and correct voting
AE Sokhey, SD McClurg
The Journal of Politics 74 (3), 751-764, 2012
Investigating software piracy in Jordan: An extension of the theory of reasoned action
H Aleassa, JM Pearson, S McClurg
Journal of business ethics 98, 663-676, 2011
Political networks
SD McClurg, D Lazer
Social Networks, 1-4, 2014
Indirect mobilization: The social consequences of party contacts in an election campaign
SD McClurg
American Politics Research 32 (4), 406-443, 2004
What do they know and how do they know it? An examination of citizen awareness of context
B Baybeck, SD McClurg
American Politics Research 33 (4), 492-520, 2005
Social networks and American politics: Introduction to the special issue
MT Heaney, SD McClurg
American Politics Research 37 (5), 727-741, 2009
A neo-institutional explanation of state supreme court responses in search and seizure cases
SA Comparato, SD McClurg
American Politics Research 35 (5), 726-754, 2007
How institutions affect gender gaps in public opinion expression
L Nir, SD McClurg
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (2), 544-567, 2015
Negotiating a coalition: Risk, quota shaving, and learning to bargain
WP Bottom, J Holloway, S McClurg, GJ Miller
Journal of Conflict Resolution 44 (2), 147-169, 2000
The political consequences of gender in social networks
P Djupe, S McClurg, AE Sokhey
British Journal of Political Science 48 (3), 637-658, 2018
Voter mobilization and the Obama victory
T Osborn, SD McClurg, B Knoll
American Politics Research 38 (2), 211-232, 2010
Personality, interpersonal disagreement, and electoral information
J Lyons, AE Sokhey, SD McClurg, D Seib
The Journal of Politics 78 (3), 806-821, 2016
Presidential campaigns and the mobilization of core supporters
T Holbrook, SD McClurg
American Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 689-703, 2005
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