|The Meaning and Measurement of Public Opinion|
|1||The Meaning of Public Opinion||
Blumer, Herbert. "Public Opinion and Public Opinion Polling." American Sociological Review 13, no. 5 (1948): 542-549.
Newcomb, Theodore M. "Public Opinion and Public Opinion Polling: Discussion." American Sociological Review 13, no. 5 (1948): 549-552.
Woodward, Julian. "Public Opinion and Public Opinion Polling: Discussion." American Sociological Review 13, no. 5 (1948): 552-554.
Converse, Philip E. "Changing Conceptions of Public Opinion in the Political Process." Public Opinion Quarterly 51 (1987): Supplement 12-24.
|2||Measuring Public Opinion: Sampling and Collecting Data||Asher, Herbert. Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know. 6th ed. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2004, chapters 4-5. ISBN: 9781568028330.|
|3||The Survey Interview and the Nature of the Survey Response||
Zaller, John, and Stanley Feldman. "A Simple Theory of the Survey Response: Answering Questions versus Revealing Preferences." American Journal of Political Science 36, no. 3 (1992): 579-616.
|4||Political Knowledge, Sophistication, and Democratic Competence|
|5||Ideology and the Organization of Opinion||
Achen, Christopher H. "Mass Political Attitudes and the Survey Response." American Political Science Review 69 (1975): 1218-1231.
Kinder, Donald R. "Diversity and Complexity in American Public Opinion." In Political Science: The State of the Discipline. Edited by Ada Finifter. Washington, DC: APSA Press, 1983. ISBN: 9780915654581.
|Building from the Ground Up: Opinion Ingredients and the Foundations of Public Preferences|
|6||Self Interest (or Symbolic Politics)||
Sears, David O., Richard R. Lau, Tom Tyler, and A. M. Allen Jr. "Self-Interest versus Symbolic Politics in Policy Attitudes and Presidential Voting." American Political Science Review 74 (1980): 670-684.
Green, Donald Philip, and Jonathan A. Cowden. "Who Protests: Self-Interest and White Opposition to Busing." The Journal of Politics 54 (1992): 471-496.
Cambell, Andrea. "Self-Interest, Social Security, and the Distinctive Participation Patterns of Senior Citizens." American Political Science Review 96 (2002): 565-574.
|7||Groups in American Politics: Us and Them||
Conover, Pamela J. "The Influence of Group Identifications on Political Perception and Evaluation." The Journal of Politics 46 (1984): 760-784.
Sniderman, Paul M., Thomas Piazza, Philip E. Tetlock, and A. Kendrick. "The New Racism." American Journal of Political Science 35 (1991): 423-447.
Berinsky, Adam, and Tali Mendelberg. "The Indirect Effects of Discredited Stereotypes: Social and Political Traits in Judgments of Jewish Leaders." American Journal of Political Science 49, no. 4 (2005): 845-864.
Feldman, Stanley, and John Zaller. "The Political Culture of Ambivalence." American Journal of Political Science 36 (1992): 268-307.
Chong, Dennis. "How People Think, Reason, and Feel about Rights and Liberties." American Journal of Political Science 37 (1993): 867-99.
|Society and Politics|
|9||Framing, Priming, and Media Effects||
Iyengar, Shanto, Mark Peters, and Donald R. Kinder. "Experimental demonstration of the not-so-minimal consequences of television news programs." American Political Science Review 76 (1982): 848-858.
Pollock III, Philip H. "Issues, Values, and Critical Moments: Did 'Magic' Johnson Transform Public Opinion on AIDS?" American Journal of Political Science 38, no. 2 (May 1994): 426-446.
Druckman, James. "The Implications of Framing Effects for Citizen Competence." Political Behavior 23 (2001): 225-256.
|10||Collective Opinion and Representation||
Bartels, Larry M. "Uninformed Votes: Information Effects in Presidential Elections." American Journal of Political Science 40 (1996): 194-230.
|Public Opinion and Policy|
|11||Public Opinion and Public Policy||
Page, Benjamin I., and Robert Y. Shapiro. "Effects of Public Opinion on Policy." American Political Science Review 77 (1983): 175-190.
Stimson James A., Michael B. MacKuen, and Robert S. Erikson. "Dynamic Representation." American Political Science Review 89 (1995): 543-565.
Bartels, Larry M. "Homer Gets a Tax Cut: Inequality and Public Policy in the Public Mind." Perspectives on Politics 3, no. 0101 (2005): 15-31.
Zaller, John. "Coming to Grips with V. O. Key's Concept of Latent Opinion." In Electoral Democracy. Edited by Michael MacKuen and George Rabinowitz. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2003. ISBN: 9780472068203.
|12||Public Opinion and Foreign Policy||
Mueller, John. "Trends in Popular Support for the Wars in Korea and Vietnam." American Political Science Review 65 (1971): 358-75.
Feaver, Peter D., Chris Gelpi, and Jason Reifler. "Success Matters: Casualty Sensitivity and the War in Iraq." International Security 30, no. 3 (Winter 2005-06): 7-46.
Berinsky, Adam, and James Druckman. "Public Opinion Research, Presidential Rhetoric, and Support for the Iraq War." Public Opinion Quarterly (2007). Forthcoming.
Berinsky, Adam. "Assuming the Costs of War: Events, Elites, and the American Public." Journal of Politics (2007). Forthcoming.
Kull, Steven, Clay Ramsey, and Evin Lewis. "Misperceptions, the Media, and the Iraq War." Political Science Quarterly 118, no. 4 (2003): 569-598.
|13||Conclusion - Public Opinion and American Democracy||
Verba, Sidney. "The Citizen as Respondent: Sample Surveys and American Democracy." American Political Science Review 90 (1996): 1-7.
Berelson, Bernard. "Democratic Theory and Public Opinion." Public Opinion Quarterly 16, no. 3 (1950): 313-330.