Voting, Elections, and the Political Process | Rowman & Littlefield
Voting, Elections, and the Political Process
Receptive to studies in the American and comparative settings, the Voting, Elections, and the Political Process series examines the broadly defined electoral process. The series seeks scholarly monographs and edited volumes that investigate the ways in which voters, candidates, elected officials, parties, interest groups, the media, and others interact in the context of electoral politics. Works with a focus on individual attitudes and behavior, institutional and contextual influences, and the legal aspects of the electoral process are welcome. This series accepts interdisciplinary work using a variety of methodological approaches.


Editor(s): Shauna Reilly & Stacy G. Ulbig
Advisory Board: Johanna Dunaway (Texas A&M University) J. Benjamin Taylor (Kennesaw State University) Ryan Carlin (Georgia State) Ashley Ross (Texas A&M, Galveston)
Staff editorial contact: Emily Roderick (eroderick@rowman.com)