2011 - Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award, American Political Science Association (APSA)
Politics, Social psychology, White, Gender studies and Test are his primary areas of study. His Politics research includes elements of Religious life and Faith. His Faith study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Religious studies, Interfaith marriage, Political Conservatism, Religious Observance and Social influence.
David E. Campbell combines subjects such as Government, Conventional wisdom, Civic engagement and Role model with his study of Social psychology. His work deals with themes such as Social science, Voting and Public engagement, which intersect with Gender studies. His research integrates issues of Academic achievement, School choice, Ethnic group and National election in his study of Test.
David E. Campbell mostly deals with Politics, Political economy, Voucher, Secularism and School choice. His Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social psychology and Gender studies. His study focuses on the intersection of Political economy and fields such as Social capital with connections in the field of Social mobility.
The Secularism study combines topics in areas such as Religious studies and Atheism. His research investigates the connection between School choice and topics such as Test that intersect with issues in Social science. His work carried out in the field of Voting behavior brings together such families of science as Presidential election and Faith.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Secularism, Politics, Political economy, Atheism and Religious studies. David E. Campbell has included themes like Religiosity and Voting behavior in his Secularism study. His studies deal with areas such as Public administration, Social psychology, Gender studies and Role model as well as Politics.
His study in the field of Novelty also crosses realms of Younger people and Panel data. He interconnects Common ground, Civic engagement, Social capital and Identity in the investigation of issues within Political economy. The various areas that he examines in his Democracy study include Politics of the United States, Voter registration, Voting, Turnout and Attendance.
David E. Campbell focuses on Politics, Gender studies, Role model, Democracy and Criminology. His research in Voting and Voter registration are components of Politics. His studies deal with areas such as Political system, Pessimism, Presidential election and Politics of the United States as well as Gender studies.
His Role model study combines topics in areas such as Social psychology, Novelty and Political engagement. His work carried out in the field of Democracy brings together such families of science as Turnout, Attendance, School choice and Public administration. Criminology is closely attributed to Harassment in his work.
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VectorBase: improvements to a bioinformatics resource for invertebrate vector genomics
Karine Megy;Scott J. Emrich;Daniel Lawson;David Campbell.
Nucleic Acids Research (2012)
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