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Thomas J Rudolph
Thomas J Rudolph
Professor of Political Science, University of Illinois
Verified email at illinois.edu
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The origins and consequences of public trust in government: A time series analysis
VA Chanley, TJ Rudolph, WM Rahn
Public opinion quarterly 64 (3), 239-256, 2000
13002000
Political trust, ideology, and public support for government spending
TJ Rudolph, J Evans
American Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 660-671, 2005
6932005
Why Washington won't work: Polarization, political trust, and the governing crisis
MJ Hetherington, TJ Rudolph
University of Chicago Press, 2020
6672020
Who's responsible for the economy? The formation and consequences of responsibility attributions
TJ Rudolph
American Journal of Political Science 47 (4), 698-713, 2003
4902003
A tale of political trust in American cities
WM Rahn, TJ Rudolph
Public opinion quarterly 69 (4), 530-560, 2005
3212005
Priming, performance, and the dynamics of political trust
MJ Hetherington, TJ Rudolph
The Journal of Politics 70 (2), 498-512, 2008
3012008
Institutional context and the assignment of political responsibility
TJ Rudolph
The Journal of Politics 65 (1), 190-215, 2003
2662003
Political trust, ideology, and public support for tax cuts
TJ Rudolph
Public Opinion Quarterly 73 (1), 144-158, 2009
2192009
The effects of efficacy and emotions on campaign involvement
TJ Rudolph, A Gangl, D Stevens
The Journal of Politics 62 (4), 1189-1197, 2000
2162000
Triangulating political responsibility: The motivated formation of responsibility judgments
TJ Rudolph
Political Psychology 27 (1), 99-122, 2006
1972006
Emanating political participation: untangling the spatial structure behind participation
WKT Cho, TJ Rudolph
British journal of political science 38 (2), 273-289, 2008
1692008
An information processing theory of ambivalence
TJ Rudolph, E Popp
Political psychology 28 (5), 563-585, 2007
1632007
Corporate and labor PAC contributions in House elections: Measuring the effects of majority party status
TJ Rudolph
The Journal of Politics 61 (1), 195-206, 1999
1251999
An attributional model of economic voting: Evidence from the 2000 presidential election
TJ Rudolph, JT Grant
Political Research Quarterly 55 (4), 805-823, 2002
1172002
Value conflict, group affect, and the issue of campaign finance
JT Grant, TJ Rudolph
American Journal of Political Science 47 (3), 453-469, 2003
1122003
Holy roll calls: Religious tradition and voting behavior in the US House
C Fastnow, JT Grant, TJ Rudolph
Social Science Quarterly, 687-701, 1999
1111999
To give or not to give: Modeling individuals' contribution decisions
JT Grant, TJ Rudolph
Political Behavior 24, 31-54, 2002
1062002
A tale of two ideologies: Explaining public support for economic interventions
E Popp, TJ Rudolph
The Journal of Politics 73 (3), 808-820, 2011
962011
Public trust in government in the Reagan years and beyond
VA Chanley, TJ Rudolph, WM Rahn
What is it about government that Americans dislike?, 59-82, 2001
902001
Bridging the ideological divide: Trust and support for social security privatization
TJ Rudolph, E Popp
Political Behavior 31, 331-351, 2009
882009
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