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Matthew J. Lacombe
Matthew J. Lacombe
Associate Professor of Political Science, Case Western Reserve University
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Billionaires and stealth politics
BI Page, J Seawright, MJ Lacombe
University of Chicago Press, 2018
1232018
The Political Weaponization of Gun Owners: The NRA's Cultivation, Dissemination, and Use of a Group Social Identity
M Lacombe
Journal of Politics, 2019
1052019
The Political Weaponization of Gun Owners: The NRA's Cultivation, Dissemination, and Use of a Group Social Identity
M Lacombe
Journal of Politics, 2017
105*2017
Gun ownership as a social identity: Estimating behavioral and attitudinal relationships
MJ Lacombe, AJ Howat, JE Rothschild
Social Science Quarterly 100 (6), 2408-2424, 2019
732019
Firepower: How the NRA turned gun owners into a political force
MJ Lacombe
Princeton University Press, 2021
522021
Violence and voting in the United States: How school shootings affect elections
L Garcia-Montoya, A Arjona, M Lacombe
American Political Science Review 116 (3), 807-826, 2022
212022
Nastiness, name-calling and negativity: The Allegheny College Survey of Civility and Compromise in American Politics
D Shea
https://sitesmedia.s3.amazonaws.com/civility/files/2010/04 …, 2010
19*2010
Gender representation in the American politics canon: An analysis of core graduate syllabi
SM Diament, AJ Howat, MJ Lacombe
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (3), 635-640, 2018
162018
Stealth Politics by US Billionaires
BI Page, J Seawright, MJ Lacombe
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, 2015
82015
Post‐loss power building: The feedback effects of policy loss on group identity and collective action
MJ Lacombe
Policy studies journal 50 (3), 507-526, 2022
72022
What is the Canon in American Politics? Analyses of Core Graduate Syllabi
SM Diament, AJ Howat, MJ Lacombe
Journal of Political Science Education 13 (3), 256-278, 2017
62017
Do Courts Change Politics? Heller and the Limits of Policy Feedback Effects
KA Goss, MJ Lacombe
Emory LJ 69, 881, 2019
42019
Social disruption, gun buying, and anti-system beliefs
MJ Lacombe, MD Simonson, J Green, JN Druckman
Perspectives on Politics, 1-18, 2022
32022
Why do issues “whose time has come” stick around? Attention durability and the case of gun control
KA Goss, MJ Lacombe
Perspectives on politics, 1-21, 2023
12023
Power in a Union: How Unexpected Group Partnerships Form
B Heersink, MJ Lacombe
Perspectives on Politics, 1-17, 2023
12023
Guns and Democracy: Anti-System Attitudes, Protest, and Support for Violence Among Pandemic Gun-Buyers
MD Simonson, MJ Lacombe, J Green, JN Druckman
Political Research Quarterly, 10659129241249662, 2024
2024
Review of Race, Rights, and Rifles by Alexandra Filindra
MJ Lacombe
Interest Groups & Advocacy, 1-4, 2024
2024
Green distractions? When did environmental politics become a matter of personal responsibility?
D Karpf, MJ Lacombe, M Flum
Interest Groups & Advocacy 12 (4), 329-363, 2023
2023
Gun gatekeepers and their philosophies Individualism, conspiracism, and partisanship fuel American gun culture, argues a sociologist
M Lacombe
SCIENCE 380 (6642), 249-249, 2023
2023
Gun gatekeepers and their philosophies
M Lacombe
Science 380 (6642), 249-249, 2023
2023
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