Politics, Political economy, Public opinion, Immigration and Democracy are his primary areas of study. In his works, James G. Gimpel performs multidisciplinary study on Politics and Empirical research. His Political economy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Identity, Social science and Congressional elections.
While the research belongs to areas of Public opinion, he spends his time largely on the problem of Immigration policy, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Criminology, Television series and Elite. His studies in Immigration integrate themes in fields like Public relations, Cultural diversity, Government, Civic engagement and Patriotism. The Democracy study combines topics in areas such as Political geography, Space, Development economics, Racial composition and Social influence.
James G. Gimpel spends much of his time researching Politics, Political economy, Public administration, Voting and Presidential system. His Politics study incorporates themes from Social psychology, Development economics, Demographic economics and Public relations. His work carried out in the field of Political economy brings together such families of science as General election, Voting behavior, State, Political change and Democracy.
His Voting study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Advertising. The concepts of his Presidential system study are interwoven with issues in Elite, Supreme court and Ideology. Public opinion is often connected to Immigration in his work.
James G. Gimpel focuses on Politics, Political economy, Loyalty, Preference and Demographic economics. His Politics research focuses on Public economics and how it connects with Socioeconomic status. His Political economy research focuses on subjects like State, which are linked to Political geography.
As a member of one scientific family, James G. Gimpel mostly works in the field of Loyalty, focusing on Voter registration and, on occasion, Internal migration. His research integrates issues of Representation and Native-Born in his study of Demographic economics. His Representation study deals with Redistricting intersecting with Population growth.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Politics, Public economics, Industry sector, Rural dwellers and Population size. Politics is closely attributed to Socioeconomic status in his research. He interconnects Advertising and Racial composition in the investigation of issues within Public economics.
His Industry sector research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Political economy, Political action, Economic sector, Trade association and Economic system. The concepts of his Rural dwellers study are interwoven with issues in Loyalty and Demographic economics.
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How large and long-lasting are the persuasive effects of televised campaign ads? Results from a randomized field experiment
Alan S. Gerber;James G. Gimpel;Donald P. Green;Daron R. Shaw.
American Political Science Review (2011)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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