Print Resources: Elections
Abramovitz, M., Sherraden, M., Hill, K., Smith, T. R., Lewis, B., & Mizrahi, T. (2019). Voting is social work: Voices from the national social work voter mobilization campaign. Journal of Social Work Education, 55(4), 626-644.
Bennett, W.L. & Xenos, M. (2004). Young voters and the web of politics. CIRCLE Working Paper #20..College Park: CIRCLE
Bike, W. (1998). Winning political campaigns. Juneau: Denali Press
Bimber, B. & Davis, R. (2003). Campaigning On-line: The Internet in US Elections. New York: Oxford University Press.
Colby, I.C. & Buffum, W.E. (1998). Social workers and PACs: an examination of National Association of Social Workers P.A.C.E. committees. Journal of Community Practice 5 (4), 87.
Gerber, A.S. (2004). Does campaign strategy work? American behavioral scientist. 47 (5), 541-574.
Green, D. P. & Gerber, A.S. (2004). Get out the vote: How to increase voter turnout. Washington, DC: Brookings.
Green, D.P. & Smith, J. P. (2003). The Professionalization of campaigns and the secret history of collective action problems. Journal of theoretical politics. 15(3), 321-339
Grossman, L. (2004). What your party knows about you. Time 164 (16), 38
Hamilton, D. & Fauri, D. (2001). Social workers’ political participation: strengthening the political confidence of social work students. Journal of Social Work Education. 37 (2), 321-332.
Hogan, R.E. (1997). Voter contact techniques in state legislative campaigns. Legislative Studies Quarterly 22 (4), 551-571.
Lane, S., Hill, K., Ostrander, J., Powers, J., Smith, T. R., & Hylton, M. E. (2019). Creating a culture of voting in direct and generalist practice: Training field instructors. Advances in Social Work, 19(1), 86-105.
LeRoux, K. (2007). Nonprofits as civic intermediaries: The role of community-based organizations in promoting political participation. Urban Affairs Review, 42(3), 410-422.
LeRoux, K., & Krawczyk, K. (2014). Can nonprofit organizations increase voter turnout? Findings from an agency-based voter mobilization experiment. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 43(2), 272-292.
LeRoux, K., Langer, J., & Plotner, S. (2022, August). Nonprofit Messaging and the 2020 Election: Findings from a Nonpartisan Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) Field Experiment. In Nonprofit Policy Forum. De Gruyter.
LeRoux, K. (2011). Examining implementation of the National Voter Registration Act by nonprofit organizations: An institutional explanation. Policy Studies Journal, 39(4), 565-589.
Levine, P. & Lopez, M.H. (2005). What we should know about the effectiveness of campaigns and don't. Annuals. 601. 180-191.
McNutt, J.G. (2005). Elections and the Internet: Resources for Research and Political Action. Social policy journal. 4 (2), 83-87.
McNutt, J.G. Menon, G. & Jones, J. (2004). Traditional and On-Line GOTV Activities of Nonprofit Child Advocacy Organizations. Paper presented at the 33rd Annual meeting of the Association of Voluntary Action Scholars, Los Angles, CA November
Minch, H., Haddow, K & Saponara, L. (eds)(2004). Loud and clear in an election year. San Francisco: The Spin Project.
Rockett, L.R.& Gershun, M.L. (2002). ©(3)s ©(4)s & PACs: a primer on political activities and tax-exempt organizations. Port Chester, NY: ProChoice Resource Center.
Rome, S. H. (2022). Promote the Vote. Springer International Publishing.
Salcido, R.M. (1984). Social work practice in political campaigns. Social Work. (2), 189-191.
Selnow, G.W. (1994). High-tech campaigns: computer technology in political communications. Westport, CT: Praeger.
Selnow, G.W. (1998). Electronic whistle stops: the impact of the Internet on American politics. Westport, CT: Praeger.
Shea, D.M. & Burton, M.J (2001).Campaign craft. Westport, CT: Praeger.
Strachan, J. C. (2003). High tech grass roots: The Professionalization of local elections. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Shaw, C. (2000). The Campaign manager. [Second Edition]. Boulder, CO: Westview.
Thurber, J. & Nelson, C.J. (2000). Campaign warriors: Political consultants in elections. Washington, DC: Brookings.
Usher, D. & Mellman, M. (2004). Advances in polling: Lifestyle cluster targeting. Campaigns and elections, 25 (3), 36-38.
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