Here are some books, articles and book chapters I have published, organized by topic area
Framing, Political Communication, and Partisanship
Wagner, Michael W. 2010. “Great Communicators? The Influence of Presidential Issue Framing on Party Identification, 1975-2000.” in Winning with Words: The Origins and Impacts of Framing, Brian F. Schaffner, Patrick J. Sellers, Eds., pp. 136-59. Routledge.
Wagner, Michael W. 2010. “Comparing the ANES and the NAES for Political Communication Research.” Sourcebook for Political Communication Research: Methods, Measures and Analytical Techniques, Erik P. Bucy and R. Lance Holbert, Eds., pp. 96-113 Routledge Press.
Carmines, Edward G., Jessica C. Gerrity, and Michael W. Wagner. 2010. “How Abortion Became a Partisan Issue: Media Coverage of the Interest Group-Political Party Connection.” Politics and Policy 38 (6): 1113-34.
Carmines, Edward G., Jessica C. Gerrity, and Michael W. Wagner. 2008. “Did the Media do it? The Influence of News Coverage on the 2006 Congressional Elections.” in Fault Lines, Jeffrey J. Mondak and Dona-Gene Mitchell, Eds., pp. 22-41. Routledge Press.
Beyond the Left-Right Divide Project
Carmines, Edward G., Michael J. Ensley, and Michael W. Wagner. 2011. “Issue Preferences Civic Engagement, and the Transformation of American Politics.” in Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Explorations in the Analysis of Public Opinion and Political Participation, Paul M. Sniderman & Benjamin Highton, Eds. Princeton University Press.
Political Behavior in the American Electorate
Schaffner, Brian F., Michael W. Wagner, and Jonathan C. Winburn. 2004. “Incumbents Out,Party In? Term Limits and Partisan Redistricting in State Legislatures.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly 4: 396-414.
Religion and Politics
Citizens, Rules, and Institutions