Melody Crowder-Meyer
Melody Crowder-Meyer
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Davidson College
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Gendered recruitment without trying: how local party recruiters affect women's representation
M Crowder-Meyer
Politics & Gender 9 (4), 390, 2013
1662013
Can’t Buy Them Love: How Party Culture among Donors Contributes to the Party Gap in Women’s Representation
M Crowder-Meyer, R Cooperman
Journal of Politics 80 (4), 2018
502018
Local parties, local candidates, and Women's representation: How county parties affect who runs for and wins political office
MA Crowder-Meyer
Princeton University, 2010
452010
Electoral institutions, gender stereotypes, and women's local representation
M Crowder-Meyer, SK Gadarian, J Trounstine
Politics, Groups, and Identities 3 (2), 318-334, 2015
412015
A partisan gap in the supply of female potential candidates in the United States
M Crowder-Meyer, BE Lauderdale
Research & Politics 1 (1), 2053168014537230, 2014
402014
Gender differences in policy preferences and priorities
M Crowder-Meyer
Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago. http …, 2007
342007
Who’sa good candidate? How party gatekeepers evaluate potential nominees
D Broockman, N Carnes, M Crowder-Meyer, C Skovron
The Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington DC, 2014
262014
The Party’s Still Going: County Party Strength, Activity, and Influence
MA Crowder-Meyer, J Green, D Coffey
The State of the Parties: The Changing Role of Contemporary American Parties, 2011
222011
Baker, bus driver, babysitter, candidate? Revealing the gendered development of political ambition among ordinary Americans
M Crowder-Meyer
Political Behavior 42 (2), 359-384, 2020
202020
The 2012 National Candidate Study [data file]
D Broockman, N Carnes, M Crowder-Meyer, C Skovron
19*2012
Why local party leaders don’t support nominating centrists
DE Broockman, N Carnes, M Crowder-Meyer, C Skovron
British Journal of Political Science, 2019
16*2019
Voting can be hard, information helps
M Crowder-Meyer, SK Gadarian, J Trounstine
Urban Affairs Review, 1078087419831074, 2019
162019
A different kind of disadvantage: Candidate race, cognitive complexity, and voter choice
M Crowder-Meyer, SK Gadarian, J Trounstine, K Vue
Political Behavior 42 (2), 509-530, 2020
122020
Complex interactions: Candidate race, sex, electoral institutions, and voter choice
M Crowder-Meyer, SK Gadarian, J Trounstine, K Vue
Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL …, 2015
122015
Candidate recruitment and party networks: how the characteristics and choices of local party leaders affect women’s representation
M Crowder-Meyer
APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
122011
How the strategic context affects women's emergence and success in local legislative elections
M Crowder-Meyer, AR Smith
Politics, Groups, and Identities 3 (2), 295-317, 2015
112015
A run for their money: republican women’s hard road to campaign funding
R Cooperman, M Crowder-Meyer, S Shames, M Och
The Right Women: Republican Party Activists, Candidates, and Legislators, 107-30, 2018
62018
Party strength and activity and women's political representation at the local level
M Crowder-Meyer
APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper, 2009
32009
Understanding Institutional Interactions: Gender and City Elections
M Crowder-Meyer, SK Gadarian, J Trounstine
Unpublished manuscript, 2013
22013
Standing on Their Shoulders: Suffragists, Women’s PACs, and Demands for Women’s Representation
R Cooperman, M Crowder-Meyer
PS: Political Science & Politics 53 (3), 470-473, 2020
2020
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