Joseph Daniel Ura
Joseph Daniel Ura
Professor of Political Science, Texas A&M University
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Income, preferences, and the dynamics of policy responsiveness
JD Ura, CR Ellis
PS: Political Science & Politics 41 (04), 785-794, 2008
Backlash and legitimation: Macro political responses to Supreme Court decisions
JD Ura
American Journal of Political Science 58 (1), 110-126, 2014
Partisan moods: Polarization and the dynamics of mass party preferences
JD Ura, CR Ellis
The Journal of Politics 74 (1), 277-291, 2012
“An appeal to the people”: Public opinion and congressional support for the Supreme Court
JD Ura, PC Wohlfarth
The Journal of Politics 72 (4), 939-956, 2010
Judicial majoritarianism
MEK Hall, JD Ura
The Journal of Politics 77 (3), 818-832, 2015
The dynamic consequences of nonvoting in American national elections
CR Ellis, JD Ura, J Ashley-Robinson
Political Research Quarterly 59 (2), 227-233, 2006
Public opinion and conflict in the separation of powers: Understanding the Honduran coup of 2009
MM Taylor-Robinson, JD Ura
Journal of Theoretical Politics 25 (1), 105-127, 2013
The Supreme Court and issue attention: The case of homosexuality
JD Ura
Political Communication 26 (4), 430-446, 2009
Desperately seeking Sonia? Latino heterogeneity and geographic variation in Web searches for Judge Sonia Sotomayor
S Manzano, JD Ura
Political Communication 30 (1), 81-99, 2013
The Behavioral Political Economy of Budget Deficits: How Starve the Beast Policies Feed the Machine
JD Ura, EM Socker
The Forum 9 (2), 7, 2011
Strategic passing and opinion assignment on the Burger Court
KL Sill, JD Ura, SL Haynie
Justice System Journal 31 (2), 164-179, 2010
Confidence and Constraint: Public Opinion, Judicial Independence, and the Robert Court
AH Merrill, ND Conway, JD Ura
Wash. UJL & Pol'y 54, 209, 2017
United We Divide?: Education, Income, and Heterogeneity in Mass Partisan Polarization
CR Ellis, JD Ura
Education, Income, and Heterogeneity in Mass Partisan Polarization (November …, 2008
The Supreme Court and Public Opinion
JD Ura, AH Merrill
The Oxford Handbook of US Judicial Behavior, 435-7, 2017
A majoritarian basis for judicial countermajoritarianism
JR Rogers, JD Ura
Journal of Theoretical Politics 32 (3), 435-459, 2020
Managing the Supreme Court: the chief justice, management, and consensus
JD Ura, CM Flink
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (2), 185-196, 2016
Peasants and Bankers: Education, Consumer Sentiment, and Presidential Approval
DN Acevedo, C Fogleman, J Daniel Ura
Presidential Studies Quarterly 47 (2), 230-244, 2017
Ideology and specific support for the Supreme Court
K Haglin, S Jordan, AH Merrill, JD Ura
Political Research Quarterly 74 (4), 955-969, 2021
The placement of conflict: The Supreme Court and issue attention in the national media
JD Ura
Covering the Court in the Digital Age, Richard Davis ed. New York: Cambridge …, 2014
Experience counts: The chief justice, management tenure, and strategic behavior on the US Supreme Court
JD Ura, CM Flink
Research & Politics 3 (2), 2053168016644464, 2016
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