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E.E. Schattschneider Award Recipients

Year

Author

Dissertation

Submitted by

2017 Mallory SoRelle Democracy Declined: The Failed Politics of Consumer Credit

Cornell University
2016 Rachel Potter

Writing the Rules of the Game: The Strategic Logic of Agency Rulemaking University of Michigan

2015

Danielle Thomsen

Party Fit in the US Congress: The Intersection of Ideology, Political Parties and Gender

Cornell University

2014

Sarah Anzia

Election Timing and the Political Influence of the Organized

Stanford University

2013

Jon Rogowski

Representation and the Electoral Connection

University of Chicago

2012

James M. Curry

Information Control: Leadership Power in the U.S. House of Representatives

University of Maryland, College Park

2011

Adam Seth Levine

Strategic Solicitation: Explaining When Requests for Political Donations Are Persuasive

University of Michigan

2010

Corwin D. Smidt

The Spinning Message: How New Media Coverage and Voter Persuasion Shape Campaign Agendas

Ohio State University

2009

Traci Burch

Punishment and Participation: How Criminal Convictions Threaten American Democracy

Harvard University

2008

Daniel Jacob Hopkins

When Differences Divide: How National Influences and Local Demographics Shape Politics Between Ethnic Groups

Harvard University

2007

Michael M. Franz

Choices and Changes: Interest Groups in the Electoral Process

University of Wisconsin

2006

Robert W. Mickey

Paths Out of Dixie: The Decay of Authoritarian Enclaves in America's Deep South, 1944-1972

Harvard University

2005

Markus Prior

Post-Broadcast Democracy: How Greater Media Choice Changes Politics

Princeton University

2004

Jeremy David Bailey

Democratic Energy: Thomas Jefferson and the Development of Presidential Power

Boston College

2004

David Campbell

Participation in Context: How Communities and Schools Shape Civic Engagement

Harvard University

2003

Tracy Sulkin

Rethinking Responsiveness: Campaign Themes, Legislative Agendas, and the Politics of Issue Uptake

University of Washington

2002

Deborah Gould

Sex, Death, and the Politics of Anger: Emotions and Reason in ACT UP's Fight Against AIDS

University of Chicago

2001

William Howell

Presidential Power and the Politics of Unilateral Action

Stanford University

2000

Glen S. Krutz

Explaining Institutional Change: The Rise and Impact of Omnibus Legislation

Texas A&M University

1999

Stephen P. Nicholson

Rethinking Voting Behavior: Agenda, Priming, and Spillover Effects in U.S. Elections

University of California, Davis

1998

Frances E. Lee

The Enduring Consequences of the Great Compromise: Senate Apportionment and Congressional Policymaking

Vanderbilt University

1997

Gregory Wawro

Legislative Entrepreneurship in the U.S. House of Representatives

Cornell University

1996

Sarah Binder

Minority Rights and Majority Rule: The Partisan Basis of Procedural Choice in Congress, 1789-1994

University of Minnesota

1996

Patricia Conley

Presidential Mandates: How Elections Shape the National Agenda

University of Chicago

1995

No award given

 

 

1994

Scott C. James

Coalition-Building, the Democracy, and the Development of American Regulatory Institutions, 1884-1936: A Party System Perspective

University of California, Los Angeles

1993

David King

Committee Jurisdictions and Institutional Change in the U.S. House of Representatives

University of Michigan

1992

George Douglas Dion

Removing the Obstructions: Minority Rights and the Politics of Procedural Change in the Nineteenth Century House of Representatives

University of Michigan

1991

Christopher Peter Gilbert

Religious Environments and Political Actors

Washington University

1990

Laura Stoker

Morality and the Study of Political Behavior

University of Michigan

1989

Victoria Hattam

Unions and Politics: The Courts and American Labor: 1806-1896

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1988

Mark C. Westlye

Dynamics of U.S. Senate Elections

University of California, Berkeley

1987

Lawrence Rothenberg

The Politics and Economics of Regulation and Deregulation: Motor Freight Policy at the Interstate Commerce Commission

Stanford University

1986

Mark Alex Peterson

Domestic Policy and Legislative Decision-Making: Congressional Responses to Presidential Initiatives

University of Michigan

1985

John Zaller

The Role of Elites in Shaping Public Opinion

University of California, Berkeley

1984

Larry M. Bartels

Presidential Primaries and the Dynamics of Public Choice

University of California, Berkeley

1983

Thomas W. Wolf

Congressional Sea Change: Conflict and Organizational Accommodation in the House of Representatives 1878-1921

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1982

Paul Light

The President's Agenda: Domestic Policy Choice from Kennedy to Carter

University of Michigan

1981

Byron E. Shafer

The Party Reformed: Reform Politics in the Democratic Party, 1968-1972

University of California, Berkeley

1980

No award given

 

 

1979

Rodger Robert Huckfeldt

Political Behavior and the Social Context of Urban Neighborhoods

Washington University

1978

Michael T. Hayes

An Economic Theory of Interest Groups and Public Policy

Indiana University

1977

Kristi Andersen

How Realignments Happen: Mobilization and the Creation of a Democratic Majority, 1928-1936

University of Chicago

1976

W. Lance Bennett

The Political Mind and the Political Environment

Yale University

1975

Dall Worthington Forsythe

Taxation and Regime Change in America, 1781-1833: A Taxonomy of Political Events

Columbia University

1974

Lawrence E. McCray

The Politics of Regulation: Multi-firm Trade Associations in Telecommunications Policy Making

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1973

Michael Jay Robinson

Public Affairs Television and the Growth of Political Malaise: The Case of the Selling of the Pentagon

University of Michigan

1972

Paul M. Sniderman

Personality and Democratic Politics: Correlates of Self-Esteem

University of California, Berkeley

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