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Steven W. Webster
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The rise of negative partisanship and the nationalization of US elections in the 21st century
AI Abramowitz, S Webster
Electoral Studies 41, 12-22, 2016
9932016
The ideological foundations of affective polarization in the US electorate
SW Webster, AI Abramowitz
American Politics Research 45 (4), 621-647, 2017
5092017
Negative partisanship: Why Americans dislike parties but behave like rabid partisans
AI Abramowitz, SW Webster
Political Psychology 39, 119-135, 2018
4452018
American rage: How anger shapes our politics
SW Webster
Cambridge University Press, 2020
1252020
Does residential sorting explain geographic polarization?
GJ Martin, SW Webster
Political Science Research and Methods 8 (2), 215-231, 2020
1172020
Anger and declining trust in government in the American electorate
SW Webster
Political Behavior 40 (4), 933-964, 2018
722018
Older, younger, or more similar? The use of age as a voting heuristic
SW Webster, AW Pierce
Social Science Quarterly 100 (3), 635-652, 2019
672019
Emotion and politics: Noncognitive psychological biases in public opinion
SW Webster, B Albertson
Annual review of political science 25, 401-418, 2022
642022
It’s personal: The Big Five personality traits and negative partisan affect in polarized US politics
SW Webster
American behavioral scientist 62 (1), 127-145, 2018
602018
The social consequences of political anger
SW Webster, EC Connors, B Sinclair
The Journal of Politics 84 (3), 1292-1305, 2022
472022
All (Mayoral) Politics Is Local?
S Das, B Sinclair, SW Webster, H Yan
The Journal of Politics 84 (2), 1021-1034, 2022
272022
Partisan schadenfreude and candidate cruelty
SW Webster, AN Glynn, MP Motta
Political Psychology 45 (2), 259-277, 2024
18*2024
Through the ideology of the beholder: how ideology shapes perceptions of partisan groups
J Homola, JC Rogowski, B Sinclair, M Torres, PD Tucker, SW Webster
Political Science Research and Methods 11 (2), 275-292, 2023
16*2023
The role of political elites in eliciting mass-level political anger
SW Webster
The Forum 19 (3), 415-437, 2021
62021
Taking it to a New Level: Negative Partisanship, Voter Anger and the 2016 Presidential Election
AI Abramowitz, SW Webster
State of the Parties Conference, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, 2017
52017
Crime and Presidential Accountability: A Case of Racially Conditioned Issue Ownership
BS Noble, A Reeves, SW Webster
Public Opinion Quarterly 86 (1), 29-50, 2022
22022
It’s personal: The Big Five personality traits and negative partisan affect
SW Webster
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ANGER, NEGATIVE PARTISANSHIP, AND JOY IN THE SUFFERING OF POLITICAL OTHERS
SW Webster, M Adams
2023
Stacy Ulbig. Angry Politics: Partisan Hatred and Political Polarization among College Students
SW Webster
Public Opinion Quarterly 86 (4), 1003-1005, 2022
2022
Partisan Linked Fate in the American Mass Public
SW Webster, B Sinclair
2022
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