2008 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Social Sciences
His Social psychology study has been linked to subjects such as Religiosity and Socialization. Neil Nevitte connects Socialization with Social psychology in his research. Linguistics is intertwined with Government (linguistics), Rhetoric and Affect (linguistics) in his research. As part of his studies on Government (linguistics), he frequently links adjacent subjects like Linguistics. His research on Affect (linguistics) frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Communication. Neil Nevitte integrates several fields in his works, including Communication and Public relations. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Public relations and Social media through his research. Neil Nevitte performs integrative study on Social media and Citizen journalism. In the subject of Neuroscience, he integrates adjacent scientific disciplines such as Perception and Adaptation (eye).
His Politics study is within the categories of Voting and Democracy. His Law study frequently links to other fields, such as Immigration. Neil Nevitte incorporates Public administration and Politics in his studies. Neil Nevitte merges Social science with Law in his research. In most of his Algorithm studies, his work intersects topics such as State (computer science). His study connects Algorithm and State (computer science).
In his research, Neil Nevitte performs multidisciplinary study on Law and Public relations. He performs integrative study on Public relations and Law. His Feeling research extends to the thematically linked field of Social psychology. His research on Feeling often connects related areas such as Social psychology. His Politics study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Far right. He connects Public administration with Politics in his study. In most of his Gender studies studies, his work intersects topics such as Race (biology). His study on Race (biology) is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Gender studies. His study deals with a combination of Action (physics) and Quantum mechanics.
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Where does turnout decline come from
André Blais;Elisabeth Gidengil;Neil Nevitte.
Measuring strategic voting in multiparty plurality elections
André Blais;Richard Nadeau;Elisabeth Gidengil;Neil Nevitte.
ISSUE IMPORTANCE AND PERFORMANCE VOTING
Patrick Fournier;André Blais;Richard Nadeau;Elisabeth Gidengil.
The Political Resocialization of Immigrants: Resistance or Lifelong Learning?
Stephen K. White;Neil Nevitte;André Blais;Elisabeth Gidengil.
Time-of-voting decision and susceptibility to campaign effects
Patrick Fournier;Richard Nadeau;André Blais;Elisabeth Gidengil.
Measuring Party Identification: Britain, Canada, and the United States
André Blais;Elisabeth Gidengil;Richard Nadeau;Neil Nevitte.
Accounting for the Age Gap in Turnout
Daniel Rubenson;Daniel Rubenson;André Blais;Patrick Fournier;Elisabeth Gidengil.
Does the Local Candidate Matter? Candidate Effects in the Canadian Election of 2000
André Blais;Elisabeth Gidengil;Agnieszka Dobrzynska;Neil Nevitte.
Making Sense of Regional Voting in the 1997 Canadian Federal Election: Liberal and Reform Support Outside Quebec
Elisabeth Gidengil;André Blais;Richard Nadeau;Neil Nevitte.
Election Campaigns as Information Campaigns: Who Learns What and Does it Matter?
Richard Nadeau;Neil Nevitte;Elisabeth Gidengil;André Blais.
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