Matthew Wright
Matthew Wright
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of British Columbia
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Is there a trade-off between multiculturalism and socio-political integration? Policy regimes and immigrant incorporation in comparative perspective
M Wright, I Bloemraad
Perspectives on Politics 10 (1), 77-95, 2012
Alternative Measures of American National Identity: Implications for the Civic‐Ethnic Distinction
M Wright, J Citrin, J Wand
Political Psychology 33 (4), 469-482, 2012
Diversity and the imagined community: Immigrant diversity and conceptions of national identity
M Wright
Political Psychology 32 (5), 837-862, 2011
Does Mandatory Integration Matter? Effects of Civic Requirements on Immigrant Socio-economic and Political Outcomes
S Goodman, M Wright
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (12), 1885-1908, 2015
“Utter failure” or unity out of diversity? Debating and evaluating policies of multiculturalism
I Bloemraad, M Wright
International Migration Review 48, S292-S334, 2014
Public attitudes toward immigration policy across the legal/illegal divide: The role of categorical and attribute-based decision-making
M Wright, M Levy, J Citrin
Political Behavior 38, 229-253, 2016
Nationalism and the Cohesive Society A Multilevel Analysis of the Interplay Among Diversity, National Identity, and Social Capital Across 27 European Societies
T Reeskens, M Wright
Comparative Political Studies 46 (2), 153-181, 2013
Policy regimes and normative conceptions of nationalism in mass public opinion
M Wright
Comparative Political Studies 44 (5), 598-624, 2011
Do patriotism and multiculturalism collide? Competing perspectives from Canada and the United States
J Citrin, R Johnston, M Wright
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2012
Of what cloth are the ties that bind? National identity and support for the welfare state across 29 European countries
M Wright, T Reeskens
Journal of European Public Policy 20 (10), 1443-1463, 2013
Multicultural policy and political support in European democracies
J Citrin, M Levy, M Wright
Comparative Political Studies 47 (11), 1531-1557, 2014
The mobilisation of identities: a study on the relationship between elite rhetoric and public opinion on national identity in developed democracies
M Helbling, T Reeskens, M Wright
Nations and Nationalism 22 (4), 744-767, 2016
Defining the circle of we: American identity and immigration policy
J Citrin, M Wright
The forum 7 (3), 0000102202154088841319, 2009
Saved by the Stars and Stripes? Images of Protest, Salience of Threat, and Immigration Attitudes
M Wright, J Citrin
American Politics Research 39 (2), 323-343, 2011
Multiculturalism and Muslim Accommodation: Policy and Predisposition Across Three Political Contexts
M Wright, R Johnston, J Citrin, S Soroka
Comparative Political Studies 50 (1), 102-132, 2017
Host-country patriotism among European immigrants: A comparative study of its individual and societal roots
T Reeskens, M Wright
Ethnic and Racial Studies 37 (14), 2493-2511, 2014
A case of discursive political consumerism: The Nike e-mail exchange
M Micheletti, D Stolle, L Nishikawa, M Wright
Proceedings from the 2nd International Seminar on Political Consumerism, 255-290, 2005
Subjective well-being and national satisfaction: taking seriously the “proud of what?” question
T Reeskens, M Wright
Psychological science 22 (11), 1460-1462, 2011
Subjective Well-Being and National Satisfaction
T Reeskens, M Wright
Psychological science 22 (11), 1460-1462, 2011
Engineering inclusion: Assessing the effects of pro-minority representation policies
D Lublin, M Wright
Electoral Studies 32 (4), 746-755, 2013
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