ABOUT ME

Dissertation

"Compassion in Red and Blue: The Politics of Who Cares about Whom."

My dissertation uses a multi-method approach of a content analysis, a large scale survey, and experiments to examine how concern for others shapes the political system.

 

Publications 

Long, Meri T., Dawe, Ryan, & Suhay, Elizabeth. (2021). “Gender Attitudes and Candidate Preferences in

the 2016 U.S. Presidential Primary and General Elections.” Politics & Gender, 1-28. doi:10.1017/S1743923X21000155

 

Hetherington, Marc J., Meri T. Long, and Thomas J. Rudolph. 2016. "Revisiting the Myth: New Evidence of a Polarized Electorate." Public Opinion Quarterly, March. doi:10.1093/poq/nfw003

Courses 

PS 1291 Women in Politics
PS 1231 Political Parties and Elections
PS 0200 American Politics
PS 1234 Electoral Behavior and the Democratic Process 
PS 1232 Political Attitudes and Public Opinion