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Jae-Hee Jung
Jae-Hee Jung
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The mobilizing effect of parties' moral rhetoric
JH Jung
American Journal of Political Science 64 (2), 341-355, 2020
502020
Valence attacks harm the electoral performance of the left but not the right
JH Jung, M Tavits
The Journal of Politics 83 (1), 277-290, 2021
172021
Do referendum results change norm perceptions and personal opinions?
JH Jung, M Tavits
Electoral Studies 71, 102307, 2021
162021
Banklash: How media coverage of bank scandals moves mass preferences on financial regulation
PD Culpepper, JH Jung, T Lee
American Journal of Political Science 68 (2), 427-444, 2024
72024
United we stand, divided we fall? The effects of parties’ Brexit rhetoric on voters’ perceptions of party positions
JH Jung, Z Somer-Topcu
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 32 (3), 596-614, 2022
42022
Counter-Stereotypes and Attitudes Toward Gender and LGBTQ Equality
JH Jung, M Tavits
Elements in Gender and Politics, 2022
12022
Varieties of Values: Moral Values Are Uniquely Divisive
JH Jung, S Clifford
American Political Science Review, 1-17, 2024
2024
‘The Economy is Rigged’: Inequality Narratives, Fairness, and Support for Redistribution in Six Countries
PD Culpepper, R Shandler, JH Jung, T Lee
Comparative Political Studies, 00104140241252072, 2024
2024
‘The Economy is Rigged’: Inequality Narratives, Fairness, and Support for Redistribution in Six Countries
R Shandler, JH Jung, T Lee
2023
Does moral rhetoric fuel or reduce divides between parties and non-copartisan voters?
JH Jung
Electoral Studies 84, 102640, 2023
2023
Brexit: how intra-party unity helps voters understand and feel certain about party policy positions
JH Jung, Z Somer-Topcu
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2020
2020
A1. Pilot Results on Value Moralization: MTurk and Lucid
JH Jung, S Clifford
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