Research


PEER REVIEWED BOOKS

Richey, Sean, and J. Benjamin Taylor. 2017. Google and Democracy: Politics and the Power of the Internet. London: Routledge Press. Equal authorship.

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Richey, Sean. 2014. The Social Basis of the Rational Citizen: How Political Communication in Social Networks Improves Civic Competence. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press. Forthcoming.

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Ikeda, Ken'ichi, and Sean Richey. 2011. Social Networks and Japanese Democracy: The Beneficial Impact of Interpersonal Communication in East Asia. London: Routledge Press. Equal. Authorship.

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PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

[28] Richey, Sean. 2017. "A Birther and A Truther: The Influence of the Authoritarian Personality on Conspiracy Beliefs." Politics & Policy 45 (3): 1-15. PDF

[27] Glas, Jeffery, Sean Richey, J. Benjamin Taylor, and Junyan Zhu. 2016 "There is Nothing Wrong with Kansas: The Effect of Race and Economics on Voting Correctly in United States Presidential  Elections." Presidential Studies Quarterly 46 (1): 158-72. Equal Authorship. PDF

[26] Brosnan, Sarah, Lydia Hopper, Sean Richey, Hani Freeman, Kate Talbot, Susan Lambeth  Pavonetti, and Steven J Schapiro. 2015. "Personality Influences Responses to Inequity and Contrast in Chimpanzees." Animal Behaviour 101 (2): 75-87. PDF

[25] Richey, Sean, and Junyan Zhu. 2015. "New Internet Access Does Not Improve Political Interest, Efficacy or Knowledge." Political Communication 32 (3): 396-413 Equal Authorship. PDF.

[24] Brendan Nyhan, Jason Reifler, Sean Richey, and Gary Freed. 2014. "Effective Messages in Vaccine Promotion: A Randomized Trial" Pediatrics 133: e835-e842. PDF

[23] Richey, Sean. 2013. “Random and Systematic Voting Errors in Presidential Elections from 1972 2004." Political Research Quarterly 66 (3): 645-657. PDF

[22] Franklin, Daniel, Sean Richey, and Ryan Yonk. 2013. "Battlegrounds and Budgets: State-level Evidence of Budget Manipulation in Competitive Presidential Election States." State and Local Government Review 45 (2): 108-115. Equal Authorship. PDF

[21] Ken'ichi Ikeda, Sean Richey, and Holly Teresi. 2013. "Browsing Alone: The Differential Impact of Internet Platforms on Political Participation." Japanese Journal of Political Science 14 (3): 305-319. Equal Authorship. PDF

[20] Richey, Sean, and J. Benjamin Taylor. 2012. “Who Advocates? Determinants of Political Advocacy in Presidential Election Years.” Political Communication 29 (4): 414-427. Equal authorship. PDF

[19] Brendan Nyhan, Jason Reifler, and Sean Richey. 2012. “The Role of Social Networks in Influenza Vaccine Attitudes and Intention Among College Students." Journal of Adolescent Health
51: 302-304. Equal Authorship. PDF

[18] Shauna Reilly, Sean Richey, and J. Benjamin Taylor. 2012. “Using Google Search Data for State Politics Research: An Empirical Validity Test Using Roll-off Data.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly 12 (2): 146-59. PDF Equal authorship.

[17] Ikeda, Ken’ichi, Tetsuro Kobayashi, and Sean Richey. 2012. “Recreation and Participation: Testing the Political Impact of Social Interaction.” Social Science Quarterly 43 (2): 464-81. Equal authorship. PDF

[16] Richey, Sean. 2012. “Campaign Advertising and the Activation of the Authoritarian Personality.” Political Communication 29 (1): 24-43. PDF

[15] Reilly, Shauna, and Sean Richey. 2011. “Ballot Question Readability and Roll-off: The Impact of Language Complexity." Political Research Quarterly 64 (1): 59-67. PDF Equal authorship.

[14] Richey, Sean. 2011. “Civic Engagement and Patriotism.” Social Science Quarterly 42 (4): 1044-56. PDF

[13] Richey, Sean. 2010. “Corruption and Social Trust." American Politics Research 36 (3): 676-690. PDF

[12] Richey, Sean. 2010. “The Impact of Anti-Assimilationist Beliefs on Attitudes Towards Immigration" International Studies Quarterly 54 (1): 197-212. PDF

[11] Ikeda, Ken'ichi, and Sean Richey. 2009. “The Impact of Informal Social Networks on Tolerance in Japan." British Journal of Political Science 39 (3): 655-668. PDF Equal authorship.

[10] Richey, Sean. 2009. “Hierarchy in Political Discussion." Political Communication 26 (2): 137-152. PDF

[9] Richey, Sean, and Ken'ichi Ikeda. 2009. “Institutional Incentives and the Creation of Political Trust in Marginalized Groups." Social Science Quarterly 40 (4): 911- 926. PDF Equal authorship.

[8] Richey, Sean. 2008. “The Autoregressive Influence of Social Network Political Knowledge on Voting Behaviour." British Journal of Political Science 38 (3): 527-542. PDF

[7] Richey, Sean. 2008. “The Social Basis of Voting Correctly." Political Communication 25 (4): 366 - 376. PDF

[6] Richey, Sean. 2008. “Voting By Mail: Political Participation and Institutional Reform in Oregon." Social Science Quarterly 39 (4): 902-915. PDF

[5] Richey, Sean. 2007. “Manufacturing Trust: Community Currencies and the Creation of Social Capital." Political Behavior 29 (1): 69-88. PDF

[4] Richey, Sean, and Ken'ichi Ikeda. 2006. “The Influence of Social Networking on Policy Preference: Comparing the United States and Japan." Japanese Journal of Political Science 7 (3): 273-288. Reprinted in Hood, Christopher, ed. 2008. Politics of Modern Japan. Routledge Press. PDF Equal authorship.

[3] Ikeda, Ken'ichi, and Sean Richey. 2005. “Japanese Network Capital: The Impact of Social Networks on Political Participation." Political Behavior 27 (3): 239-260. Equal authorship. PDF Equal authorship.

[2] Richey, Sean. 2005. “Who Votes Alone? The Impact of Voting by Mail on Political Discussion." Australian Journal of Political Science 40 (3): 435-442. PDF

[1] Richey, Sean. 2005. “Informal Social Networking and Community Involvement." Journal of Political Science 22 (1): 145-163.

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