2008 - Heinz I. Eulau Award, American Political Science Association (APSA)
His primary areas of study are Politics, Public administration, Government, Social psychology and Demographic economics. His study on National identity is often connected to Public confidence as part of broader study in Politics. His Public administration study incorporates themes from National leadership, Presidential system, Praise, Social group and Competence.
Jack Citrin has included themes like Cynicism, Political system, Public trust, Blind trust and Political authorities in his Government study. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Health care and Value. The various areas that he examines in his Demographic economics study include Compulsory voting, Turnout and Conventional wisdom.
Jack Citrin mainly focuses on Politics, Political economy, Public opinion, Gender studies and Immigration. His study looks at the relationship between Politics and topics such as Government, which overlap with Cynicism. His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Public administration, California Proposition 13, Economic history and Allegiance.
His research in Public opinion intersects with topics in Social psychology and Opposition. His Gender studies study combines topics in areas such as Identity, Social science, National identity, Ethnic group and Multiculturalism. Jack Citrin specializes in Immigration, namely Immigration policy.
His primary scientific interests are in Politics, Public opinion, Multiculturalism, Political economy and Social psychology. His Politics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Public relations. His work carried out in the field of Public opinion brings together such families of science as Immigration and Race.
In the subject of general Immigration, his work in Immigration policy is often linked to Categorical variable, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Multiculturalism study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Gender studies, Political psychology and National identity. His Gender studies research incorporates themes from Identity and Ethnic group.
Jack Citrin mainly investigates Public opinion, Politics, Immigration, Multiculturalism and Political economy. His Public opinion study which covers Race that intersects with Positive economics, Principal and Economic Justice. His work on Cynicism and Electoral integrity as part of general Politics research is often related to Perception and Research findings, thus linking different fields of science.
His primary area of study in Immigration is in the field of Immigration policy. His work in the fields of Immigration policy, such as Immigration reform, overlaps with other areas such as Odds. His Multiculturalism research also works with subjects such as
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Public Opinion Toward Immigration Reform: The Role of Economic Motivations
Jack Citrin;Donald P. Green;Christopher Muste;Cara Wong.
The Journal of Politics (1997)
Presidential Leadership and the Resurgence of Trust in Government
Jack Citrin;Donald Philip Green.
British Journal of Political Science (1986)
American Identity and the Politics of Ethnic Change
Jack Citrin;Beth A. Reingold;Donald P. Green.
The Journal of Politics (1990)
Cultural diversity and multicultural politics: Is ethnic balkanization psychologically inevitable?
David O. Sears;Jack Citrin;Sharmaine V. Cheleden;Colette van Laar.
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