Eric N. Waltenburg
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The legitimacy-conferring authority of the US Supreme Court: An experimental design
RA Clawson, ER Kegler, EN Waltenburg
American Politics Research 29 (6), 566-591, 2001
Support for a Supreme Court affirmative action decision: a story in black and white
RA Clawson, EN Waltenburg
American Politics Research 31 (3), 251-279, 2003
Interviewing the interviewers: Journalistic norms and racial diversity in the newsroom
KA Nishikawa, TL Towner, RA Clawson, EN Waltenburg
The Howard Journal of Communications 20 (3), 242-259, 2009
Litigating federalism: The states before the US Supreme Court
EN Waltenburg, EN Waltenburg, B Swinford
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999
Why Do Interest Groups Engage the Judiciary? Policy Wishes and Structural Needs*
RS Solberg, EN Waltenburg
Social Science Quarterly 87 (3), 558-572, 2006
Tort decisions and campaign dollars
EN Waltenburg, CS Lopeman
Southeastern Political Review 28 (2), 241-263, 2000
Framing Supreme Court decisions: The mainstream versus the Black press
RA Clawson, HCN Strine IV, EN Waltenburg
Journal of Black Studies 33 (6), 784-800, 2003
Policy Making in an Independent Judiciary: The Norwegian Supreme Court
G Grendstad, WR Shaffer, EN Waltenburg
ECPR Press, 2015
Legacy and Legitimacy: Black Americans and the Supreme Court
RA Clawson, R Clawson, E Waltenburg
Temple University Press, 2008
The media, the court, and the misrepresentation: The new myth of the court
RS Solberg, EN Waltenburg
Routledge, 2014
The Supreme Court as a policy arena: The strategies and tactics of state attorneys general
EN Waltenburg, B Swinford
Policy Studies Journal 27 (2), 242-259, 1999
Revealed Preferences of Norwegian Supreme Court Justices
G Grendstad, WR Shaffer, EN Waltenburg
Tidsskrift for rettsvitenskap 123 (01), 73-101, 2010
When Justices disagree. The Influence of Ideology and Geography on Economic Voting on the Norwegian Supreme Court
G Grendstad, WR Shaffer, EN Waltenburg
Retfærd 34 (1), 3-22, 2011
Supreme Court legitimacy and group-centric forces: black support for capital punishment and affirmative action
RA Clawson, ER Kegler, EN Waltenburg
Political Behavior 25 (4), 289-311, 2003
The Supreme Court and the States: Do Lopez and Printz Represent a Broader Pro-State Movement
B Swinford, EN Waltenburg
JL & Pol. 14, 319, 1998
Supreme Court Justices’ Economic Behaviour: A Multilevel Model Analysis
JK Skiple, G Grendstad, WR Shaffer, EN Waltenburg
Scandinavian Political Studies 39 (1), 73-94, 2016
Ideologi og grunnholdninger hos dommerne i Norges Høyesterett
G Grendstad, WR Shaffer, EN Waltenburg
Lov og rett 51 (04), 240-253, 2012
Reform interrupted? State innovation, court decisions, and the past and future of campaign finance reform in the states
C Kulesza, C Witko, E Waltenburg
Election Law Journal 15 (2), 143-159, 2016
Exploratory data analysis: a primer for undergraduates
E Waltenburg, W McLauchlan
Judicial Behavior on the Norwegian Supreme Court, 1945–2009. Determining the effects of extra-legal forces in the justices' votes: The case of'government friendly'voting
G Grendstad, WR Shaffer, EN Waltenburg
presentation at 2nd International Conference on Democracy as Idea and …, 2011
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