William J. Crotty

Northeastern University
Political Science

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Hull, MA
USA
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Research agenda: 1) polarization in politics and its impact on social policy, economics, aging, national health care, minority group interests, and other areas of policy concern; 2) electoral politics; 3) processes of political and party change over time; 4) presidential agendas and campaign issue positions.

Citation:
Citation:
2017 forthcoming: "Winning the Presidency 2016." Routledge.
Abstract: An analysis of the most unusual presidential campaign, the issue positionings of the candidates, and their ideological and electoral group support in the 2016 presidential election. Note: This is the most recent in a quadrennial series of books on the presidential elections
Citation:
"Polarized Politics" The Impact of Divisiveness in the US Political System." 2015. Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.
Abstract: Editor and Co-Author. Note: Book reviewed in Perspectives in Politics by Bruce E. Cain, Stanford University, March 2016 | Vol. 14/No. 1 pp 228-229.
Citation:
"Winning the Presidency." 2012. Paradigm Publishers.
Abstract: An analysis of the presidential campaign, the issue positionings of the candidates, and theur ideological and electoral group support in the 2012 epresidential election. Note: This is one in a series of books on the presidential elections.
Citation:
2012. "The Obama Presidency: Promise and Performance." Lexington Books.
Abstract: An analysis of President Obama's first term in office and his policy achievements.

Substantive Focus:
Governance PRIMARY
Social Policy
Comparative Public Policy SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation SECONDARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY
Public Opinion

Keywords

POLARIZATION, ELECTION, TRUMP, CLINTON, SANDERS, ELECTION, RACE