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1.      2016. ‘Why electoral integrity matters.’ International Political Science Review.

2.      2016. ‘Electoral integrity in East Asia.’ In Taiwan Journal of Democracy. 12(1): 1-18.

3.      2015. ‘Integridad en las elecciones de América 2012-2014.’ (Integrity of the elections in America 2012-2014). America Latina Hoy. Ferran Martinez I Coma, Pippa Norris and Richard W. Frank. 70: 37-54.

4.      2014. ‘Measuring electoral integrity around the world: A new dataset.’ With Ferran Martinez I Coma and Richard W. Frank. PS: Political Science & Politics 47(4): 1-10.

5.      2014. ‘Beyond quotas: Strategies to promote gender equality in elected office.’ With Mona Lena Krook. Political Studies 62(1):1-19.

    2014. 'Measuring the quality of elections: A new dataset.' PS: Political Science and Politics. With Richard Frank and Ferran Martinez i Coma. 47(4):

    2014. 'Beyond quotas: Strategies to promote gender equality in elected office’ Political Studies With Mona Lena Krook. 62(1):1-19. DOI: 10.1111/1467- 9248.12116

    2013. 'Evaluating the quality of elections.' Pippa Norris, Richard Frank and Ferran Martinez i Coma. 2013. Journal of Democracy. 24(4): 124-135.

    2013. ‘The new research agenda studying electoral integrity’. Electoral Studies 32(4): 563-575 DOI: 10.1016/j.electstud.2013.07.015

    2013. ‘Does the world agree about standards of electoral integrity? Evidence for the diffusion of global norms’ Electoral Studies  32(4):576-588. DOI: 10.1016/j.electstud.2013.07.016

    2012. ‘To them that hath’..News media and knowledge gaps.’ Comparative Governance and Politics.  16 (1):71-98. (Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft)                id=Ldd3301Maf0e94Sb044eaa
    2012. ‘'Muslim integration into Western cultures: Between origins and destinations.’ Political Studies. (with Ronald Inglehart) 60(2):228-251. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9248.2012.00951.x                               

     2011. ‘Four horsemen of the apocalypse: Understanding human security.’ Scandinavian Political Studies. (with Ronald Inglehart) 35(1):71-96. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9477.2011.00281.x

    2011. ‘Cultural explanations of electoral reform: A policy cycle model.’ West European Politics. 34(1): 531-550.    DOI:10.1080/01402382.2011.555982

2010. ‘Petroleum Patriarchy? A Response to Ross’Politics & Gender 5(4): 553-560.

2009. ‘Comparing political communications: Common frameworks or Babelian confusion?’ Government and Opposition 44(3): 321-340.

2008. ‘Getting the Message Out: A two-step model of the role of the Internet in campaign communication flows during the 2005 British General Election.’ Pippa Norris and John Curtice. The Journal of Information Technology and Politics. 4(4): 3-13.

2006. ‘The impact of electoral reform on women’s representation.’ Special issue of Acta Politica 41: 197-213.

2006. ‘Modernization and Gender Equality: A Response to Adams and Orloff.’ With Ronald Inglehart. Politics and Gender 1(3): 482-492.

2006. ‘If you build a political website, will they come? The Internet and political activism in Britain.’ (with John Curtice) International Journal of   Electronic Government Research. 2(2): 1-21.

2006. ‘God, guns and gays: The supply and demand for religion in the US and Western Europe.’ Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart. Public Policy Research 12(4): 223-233.

2006. ‘Did the media matter? Agenda-setting, persuasion and mobilization effects in the 2005 British general election.’ British Politics 1(2): 195-221.

2005. ‘Whether the campaign matters and how.’ Christopher Wlezien and Pippa Norris. Parliamentary Affairs 45(3):214-231.

2005. ‘The third Blair victory: How and why?’ Pippa Norris and Christopher Wlezien. Parliamentary Affairs 45(3):1-27.

2005. ‘The impact of the Internet on political activism: Evidence from Europe.’ International Journal of Electronic Government Research. 1(1):   20-39.

2005. ‘The impact of political advertising in the 2001 UK general election.’ David Sanders and Pippa Norris. Political Research Quarterly. 58(4): 525-536.

2005. ‘Electoral reform and fragmented multipartyism.’ (Published in Russian) Oňkymeha 3: 71-105.

2005. ‘A tese da "nova clivagem" e a base social do apoio à direita radical.’ (The ‘new cleavage’ thesis and the social basis of radical right support’ published in Portuguese.) Opinião Pública 11(1): 1-32.

2004. ‘Why parties fail to learn: Electoral defeat, selective perception and British party politics.’ Pippa Norris and Joni Lovenduski. Party Politics 10(1): 85-104.

2004. ‘Who demonstrates? Anti-state rebels, conventional participants, or everyone?’ Pippa Norris, Stefaan Walgrave, and Peter Van Aelst. Comparative Politics 37(2):189-206.

2004. ‘Sacred and secular: Praying together, staying together?’ Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart. International Journal of Not-for-Profit Law

2004. ‘Comment: Does PR promote political extremism, redux.’ Representation 40(3).

2004. ‘A Seat at the Table: How to elect women to Iraq’s new government.’ Compass: A Journal of Leadership. 1(2): 6-8.

2004. (Reprinted in Spanish) ‘The True Clash of Civilizations?’ Ronald Inglehart and Pippa Norris. Spanish edition of Foreign Policy. March/April

2003. Ronald Inglehart, Pippa Norris and Christian Welzel. ‘Gender equality and democracy.’ Comparative Sociology. 1(3-4): 321-346.

2003. ‘Zappers in de politiek? De invloed van  de media op verkiezingscampagnes.’ In Ethische Perspectieven 12(2): 86-102. 

2003. ‘Westminster Women: The Politics of Presence.’ With Joni Lovenduski. Political Studies 51 (1): 84-102.

2003. ‘Tuned out voters? Media Impact on Campaigns.’ In Ethical Perspectives 9(3).

2003. ‘The True Clash of Civilizations?’ Ronald Inglehart and Pippa Norris. Foreign Policy. March/April: 63-70.

2003. ‘Preaching to the Converted? Pluralism, Participation and Party Websites.’ Party Politics. 9(1):21-45.

2003. ‘Muslims and the West: Testing the ‘Clash of Civilizations’ Thesis.’ Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart. Comparative Sociology. 1 (3-4): 235-265.

2003. ‘Message or Medium? Campaign learning during the 2001 British general election.’ Political Communication. 20(3): 233-262.

2003. ‘Le Divorce: Who is to blame for the transatlantic rift?’ Compass: A Journal of Leadership. Fall. 1(1): 22-25.

2003. ‘ (‘Social Capital and ICTs: Widening or reinforcing social networks?’) Eco-Forum 22(1): 31-41.

2002. ‘The Twilight of Westminster? Electoral Reform and its Consequences.’ Political Studies. 49:877-900.

2002. ‘The Bridging and Bonding Role of Online Communities.’ The Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics. 7(3): 3-8.

2002. ‘Social Capital and the News Media.’ The Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics. 7(2): 3-8.

2001. ‘US Campaign 2000: Of Pregnant Chads, Butterfly Ballots and Partisan Vitriol.’ Government and Opposition. January 35(2): 1-24.

2001. ‘Too Close to Call: Opinion Polls in Campaign 2000.’ The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics. January. 6(1).

2001. ‘To entertain, inform and educate: Still the Role of Public Television in the 1990s?’ With Christina Holtz-Bacha. Political Communications 18(2). (Winner of the ICA Political Communication section award for the best paper of 2001).

2001. ‘Cultural Obstacles to Equal Representation.’ With Ronald Inglehart. Journal of Democracy. 12(3): 126-140.

2001. ‘Back to Chicken Entrails? Problems of Opinion Polls in US Campaign 2000.’ Representation 38(2): 106-114.

2001. ‘Apathetic Landslide: The 2001 British General Election.’ Parliamentary Affairs. 54(4).

2001. ‘Angyali Kör? A Politikai Kommunikáció Hatása a Postindusztriális Demokráciákra.’ Mediakutato. 4:6-22. (In Hungarian)

2001. ‘All Spin and No Substance? The 2001 British General Election.’ The Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics. 6(4): 3-10

2001. ‘¿Un circulo virtuoso? El impacto de las comunicaciones politicas en las democracies post-industriales.’ Revista Espanola de Ciencia Politica4(1): 7-33.

2000. ‘Information Poverty and the Wired World.’ Editorial. The Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics. 5(3): 1-6.

2000 ‘The Developmental Theory of the Gender Gap: Women and Men’s Voting Behavior in Global Perspective.’ With Ronald Inglehart. International Political Science Review special issue on Women and Representation. 21(4): 441-462.

1999. ‘The Emergent Internet Age in Europe: A New North-South Divide?’ Editorial. The Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics. 5(1): 1-12.

1999. ‘Cosmopolitan Citizens?’ Editorial The Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics. 4(4): 1-7.

1999 ‘Sex, Lies and Videotape.’ Editorial. The Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics. 4(1): 1-4.

1998 ‘What do we Know and When do we Know it?’ Editorial. The Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics. 3(3): 1-5.

1998 ‘Virtual Democracy.’ Editorial with David Jones. The Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics. 3(2): 1-4.

1998 ‘Political Elites and Constitutional Change.’ Scottish Affairs: 93-109.     

1997 ‘We're All Green Now: Public Opinion and Environmentalism in Britain.’ Government and Opposition 32(3): 320-339.     

1997 ‘Towards a More Cosmopolitan Political Science?’ European Journal of Political Research 30(1): 17-34.      

1997 ‘The Puzzle of Constituency Service.’ The Journal of Legislative Studies 3(2): 29-49.

1997 ‘Social Representation in the European Parliament.’ With Mark Franklin. European Journal of Political Research 32(2): 185-210.

1997 ‘Second-Order Elections Revisited.’ European Journal of Political Research 30(1): 109-114.

1997 ‘Representation and the Democratic Deficit.’ European Journal of Political Research 32(2): 273-282.

1997 ‘Political Representation in the European Parliament.’ With Michael Marsh. European Journal of Political Research 32(2): 153-164.    

1997 ‘Choosing Electoral Systems.’ International Political Science Review 18(3): 297-312.      

1997 ‘Anatomy of a Labour Landslide.’ Parliamentary Affairs 50(4): 509-532.    

1997 ‘A Critical Election? Understanding the Outcome of the Next Election.’ Politics Review 6(4): 2-6.    

1996 ‘Women Politicians: Transforming Westminster?’ Parliamentary Affairs 49(1): 89-102.

1996 ‘The Restless Searchlight: Network News Framing of the Post Cold-War World.’ Political Communication 12(4): 357-370.  

1996 ‘The Nolan Report: Financial Interests and Constituency Service’ Government and Opposition 31(4): 441-448. 

1996 ‘Mobilizing the Women's Vote: The Gender-Generation Gap in Voting Behaviour.’ Parliamentary Affairs 49(2):  333-342.

1996 ‘Did Television Erode Social Capital?  A Reply to Putnam’ PS:  Political Science and Politics. XXIX (3) September: 474-480.

1996 ‘Conservatism in Disarray?’ The Brown Journal of World Affairs III(1) Winter-Spring 163-169.

1995 ‘The Politics of Electoral Reform in Britain.’ International Political Science Review Special Issue on Electoral Reform (plus Introduction) 16(1): 65-78.       

1995 ‘The Nolan Committee: Private Gain and Public Service.’  Parliamentary Brief 3(6): 40-42.

1995 ‘May's Law of Curvilearity Revisited: Leaders, Officers, Members and Voters in British Political Parties.’ Party Politics 1(1): 29-47. 

1994 ‘Labour and the Unions: After the Brighton Conference.’ With Joni Lovenduski. Government and Opposition Spring 29(2) pp.201-217.

1994 ‘Did the British Marginals Vanish? Proportionality and Exaggeration in the British Electoral System Revisited.’ With Ivor Crewe. Electoral Studies 13 (3): 201-221.

1994 ‘Battling for the Center Ground’ Parliamentary Brief 3(1): 106-108.

1993 ‘The Reputation of Political Science Journals: Pluralist and Consensus Views.’ Political Studies. With Ivor Crewe. XLI (1): 5-23.

1993 ‘The 1992 US Elections: Continuity and Change.’  Government and Opposition Winter 28(1): 51-68.

1993 ‘Slow Progress for Women MPs.’ Parliamentary Brief 2 (4):67-68.

1993 ‘'If only more candidates came forward…'Supply-side Explanations of Candidate Selection in Britain.’ With Joni Lovenduski. British Journal of Political Science. 23: 373-408.

1992 ‘The 1992 US Primaries: If it Ain't Broke Don't Fix it.’  Parliamentary Affairs July 45(3): 428-436.

1992 ‘Do Candidates Make a Difference?  Gender, Race, Ideology and Incumbency.’ With Elizabeth Vallance and Joni Lovenduski. Parliamentary   Affairs. October: 496-517.

1992 ‘Change Plus Ca Change? Electoral Studies in the 1990s.’ Review article Parliamentary History 11(2): 293-299

1991 ‘Traditional, Revised and Radical Models of Women's Political Participation in Britain.’ Government and Opposition. 26 (1): 56-74.

1991 ‘The Rise (and Fall?) of Multi-Party By-election Politics’ Parliamentary Affairs June :298-310

1991 ‘The 1990 Mid-term US Elections: Campaign and Results.’ Political Quarterly 62(4): 461-475.

1991 ‘Reforming the Candidate Selection Process’ With Joni Lovenduski and Andrew Geddes. Contemporary Record 4.

1991 ‘British and American Journal Evaluation: Divergence or Convergence?’  With Ivor Crewe. PS: Political Science & Politics XXIV (3): 524-531.

1990 ‘Thatcher's Enterprise Society and Electoral Change.’ West European Politics. 13(1): 63-78.

1990 ‘Party Selectorates in Australia, Britain and Canada: Prolegomena for research in the 1990s.’  With Ken Carty, Lynda Erickson, Joni Lovenduski  and Marian Simms.  The Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, XXVIII (July): 219-245.

1990 ‘Do By-elections Constitute Referenda? A Four-Country Comparison.’ With Frank Feigert. Legislative Studies Quarterly XV(2): 183-200.

1990 ‘By-Elections: Their Importance for Britain?’ Contemporary Record 4(2): 19-20.

1989 ‘Women Candidates for Parliament: Transforming the Agenda?’ With Joni Lovenduski.  British Journal of Political Science: 106-115.

1989 ‘The 1988 Presidential Elections: The Reagan Legacy.’ Political Quarterly 60(2): 204-221.

1989 ‘Selecting Women Candidates: Obstacles to the Feminization of the House of Commons.’ With Joni Lovenduski. European Journal of Political Research. 17: 533-562.   

1989 ‘Pathways to Parliament’ With Joni Lovenduski. Talking Politics 1(3): 90-94.

1989 ‘Government and Third-Party Performance in Mid-Term By-elections:  The Canadian, British and Australian Experience.’ With Frank Feigert.  Electoral Studies 8(2): 117-130.

1987 ‘Volatility in By-Elections’ Studies in Public Policy No.163 C.S.P.P, Strathclyde University, 1987.

1987 ‘The 1987 British General Election: The Hidden Agenda.’  Teaching Politics, October: 311-324.

1987 ‘Political Studies in the Eighties.’ With Hugh Berrington. Political Studies Association, 1987.

1987 ‘Four Weeks of Sounds and Fury...The 1987 British Election Campaign.’ Parliamentary Affairs 40(4):458-467.

1987 ‘1986 US Elections: National Issues or Pluralistic Diversity.’ Political Quarterly 58(2): 194-201.

1987   ‘Retrospective Voting in the 1984 Presidential Election: Peace, Prosperity and Patriotism.’ Political Studies XXXV: 289-300.

1986 ‘Conservative Attitudes in Recent British Elections: An Emerging Gender Gap?’ Political Studies XXXIV: 18-26.

1985 ‘Women in European Legislative Elites.’ West European Politics 8(4): 90-101.

1985 ‘The Gender Gap: America and Britain.’ Parliamentary Affairs 38(2): 192-201.

1984 ‘Women in Poverty: Britain and America.’ Social Policy. Spring.

1984 ‘Women in Congress: A Policy Difference?’  Politics 6 (1): 34-40.

1983 ‘Reagan and the Young: A Realignment?’  Youth & Policy 12:10-13.

1982 ‘John Stuart Mill versus Bigotry, Bribery and Beer.’ Corruption and Reform 1(2): 79-100.



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