Christopher T. Stout
Christopher T. Stout
Department of Political Science, Oregon State University
Verified email at uci.edu
TitleCited byYear
Can the American Dream Survive the New Multiethnic America? Evidence from Los Angeles1
MA Cohen‐Marks, C Stout
Sociological Forum 26 (4), 824-845, 2011
292011
I’m not voting for her: Polling discrepancies and female candidates
CT Stout, R Kline
Political Behavior 33 (3), 479-503, 2011
242011
Gender linked fate, race/ethnicity, and the marriage gap in American politics
CT Stout, K Kretschmer, L Ruppanner
Political Research Quarterly 70 (3), 509-522, 2017
162017
Living the dream: Barack Obama and blacks’ changing perceptions of the American dream
CT Stout, D Le
Social Science Quarterly 93 (5), 1338-1359, 2012
132012
Ashamed not to vote for an African-American; ashamed to vote for a woman: An analysis of the Bradley effect from 1982-2006
C Stout, R Kline
132008
Bringing Race Back in: Black Politicians, Deracialization, and Voting Behavior in the Age of Obama
CT Stout
University of Virginia Press, 2015
102015
The 2008 presidential election, political efficacy, and group empowerment
C Stout, K Tate
Politics, Groups, and Identities 1 (2), 143-163, 2013
102013
Asian American immigrants as the new electorate: exploring turnout and registration of a growing community
L DeSipio, N Masuoka, C Stout
Asian American Policy Review 17, 51-72, 2008
102008
The Changing Non-Voter: What Differentiates Non-Voters and Voters in Asian American and Latino Communities?
L DeSipio, N Masuoka, C Stout
102006
Racial Salience, Viability, and the Wilder Effect: Evaluating Polling Accuracy for Black Candidates
CT Stout, R Kline
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (4), 994-1014, 2015
52015
Who is Empowering Who: Exploring the Causal Relationship Between Descriptive Representation and Black Empowerment
SA Gleason, CT Stout
Journal of Black Studies 45 (7), 635-659, 2014
52014
The continuing significance of history: an active-learning simulation to teach about the origins of racial inequality
V Stout, K Kretschmer, C Stout
Journal of Political Science Education 12 (2), 230-240, 2016
32016
The big tent effect: Descriptive candidates and black and Latino political partisanship
CT Stout, JR Garcia
American Politics Research 43 (2), 205-231, 2015
32015
Black empowerment in the age of Obama
CT Stout
University of California, Irvine, 2010
32010
Does descriptive representation lead to social desirability bias? Over-reporting of voting among blacks and Latinos in the United States
CT Stout, PJ Martin
Research & Politics 3 (2), 2053168016641974, 2016
22016
Rating Los Angeles' Top Cop: Descriptive Representation and Support for the Police Chief
MA Cohen Marks, C Stout
Race and Justice 1 (4), 341-361, 2011
22011
Traiting Places: Race and the Evaluation of Black and White Presidential Candidates
CT Stout, D Le
Presidential Studies Quarterly 47 (2), 311-335, 2017
12017
Gender linked fate explains lower legal abortion support among white married women
L Ruppanner, G Mikołajczak, K Kretschmer, CT Stout
PloS one 14 (10), e0223271, 2019
2019
Responding to Racial Resentment: How Racial Resentment Influences Legislative Behavior
JR Garcia, CT Stout
Political Research Quarterly, 1065912919857826, 2019
2019
Letters for Black Lives: Co-ethnic Mobilization and Support for the Black Lives Matter Movement
M Arora, CT Stout
Political Research Quarterly 72 (2), 389-402, 2019
2019
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