Loren Collingwood
Loren Collingwood
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of New Mexico
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RTextTools: a supervised learning package for text classification.
TP Jurka, L Collingwood, AE Boydstun, E Grossman, W Van Atteveldt
R Journal 5 (1), 2013
Vote switching in the 2016 election: How racial and immigration attitudes, not economics, explain shifts in white voting
TT Reny, L Collingwood, AA Valenzuela
Public Opinion Quarterly 83 (1), 91-113, 2019
The politics of refuge: Sanctuary cities, crime, and undocumented immigration
BG O’Brien, L Collingwood, SO El-Khatib
Urban Affairs Review 55 (1), 3-40, 2019
A change of heart? Why individual-level public opinion shifted against Trump’s “Muslim Ban”
L Collingwood, N Lajevardi, KAR Oskooii
Political Behavior 40 (4), 1035-1072, 2018
Race, place, and building a base: Latino population growth and the nascent Trump campaign for president
BJ Newman, S Shah, L Collingwood
Public Opinion Quarterly 82 (1), 122-134, 2018
Tradeoffs in accuracy and efficiency in supervised learning methods
L Collingwood, J Wilkerson
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 9 (3), 298-318, 2012
Revisiting Latino voting: Cross-racial mobilization in the 2012 election
L Collingwood, MA Barreto, SI Garcia-Rios
Political Research Quarterly 67 (3), 632-645, 2014
The Trump effect: An experimental investigation of the emboldening effect of racially inflammatory elite communication
B Newman, JL Merolla, S Shah, DC Lemi, L Collingwood, ...
British Journal of Political Science 51 (3), 1138-1159, 2021
Sanctuary cities: The politics of refuge
L Collingwood, BG O'Brien
Oxford University Press, USA, 2019
Sustained organizational influence: American Legislative Exchange Council and the diffusion of anti‐sanctuary policy
L Collingwood, SO El‐Khatib, B Gonzalez O'Brien
Policy Studies Journal 47 (3), 735-773, 2019
A new measure of group influence in presidential elections: Assessing Latino influence in 2008
MA Barreto, L Collingwood, S Manzano
Political Research Quarterly 63 (4), 908-921, 2010
Group-based appeals and the Latino vote in 2012: How immigration became a mobilizing issue
MA Barreto, L Collingwood
Electoral Studies 40, 490-499, 2015
Listening and responding to criticisms of deliberative civic engagement
L Collingwood, J Reedy
Democracy in motion: Evaluating the practice and impact of deliberative …, 2012
Levels of education and support for direct democracy
L Collingwood
American Politics Research 40 (4), 571-602, 2012
“No, you're playing the race card”: Testing the effects of anti‐black, anti‐Latino, and anti‐immigrant appeals in the post‐Obama era
TT Reny, AA Valenzuela, L Collingwood
Political Psychology 41 (2), 283-302, 2020
Early primaries, viability and changing preferences for presidential candidates
L Collingwood, MA Barreto, T Donovan
Presidential Studies Quarterly 42 (2), 231-255, 2012
Public opposition to sanctuary cities in Texas: Criminal threat or immigration threat?
L Collingwood, B O'Brien Gonzalez
Social Science Quarterly 100 (4), 1182-1196, 2019
Expanding carceral markets: Detention facilities, ICE contracts, and the financial interests of punitive immigration policy
L Collingwood, JL Morin, SO El-Khatib
Race and Social Problems 10 (4), 275-292, 2018
eiCompare: Comparing Ecological Inference Estimates across EI and EI: RC.
L Collingwood, K Oskooii, S Garcia-Rios, M Barreto
R J. 8 (2), 92, 2016
Campaigning in a racially diversifying America: When and how cross-racial electoral mobilization works
L Collingwood
Oxford University Press, USA, 2020
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