Laura Hussey

University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Political Science

UMBC Dept. of Political Science
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD
USA
21250
lhussey@umbc.edu

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Citation:
“Moral Issues.” In Guide to State Politics and Policy, edited by Richard C. Niemi and Joshua J. Dyck. 2013. Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press.
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Layman, Geoffrey C. and Laura S. Hussey. “George W. Bush and the Evangelicals: Religious Commitment and Partisan Change among Evangelical Protestants, 1960-2004.” In A Matter of Faith? Religion in the 2004 Election, edited by David E. Campbell. 2007. Washington, DC: Brookings.
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Hussey, Laura S. “Political Action Versus Personal Action: Understanding Social Movements’ Pursuit of Change Through Nongovernmental Channels.” American Politics Research. 2014. 42: 409-440.
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Hussey, Laura S. “Crisis Pregnancy Centers, Poverty, and the Expanding Frontiers of American Abortion Politics.” Politics & Policy. 2013. 41: 985-1011.
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Hussey, Laura S. and Shanna Pearson-Merkowitz. “The Changing Role of Race in Social Welfare Attitude Formation: Partisan Divides over Undocumented Immigrants and Social Welfare Policy.” Political Research Quarterly. 2013. 66: 572-584.
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Hussey, Laura S. “Polarized Politics and Citizen Disengagement: The Role of Belief Systems.” American Politics Research. 2012. 40: 85-115.
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Hussey, Laura S. “Is Welfare Pro-Life?: Assistance Programs, Abortion, and the Moderating Role of States.” Social Service Review. 2011. 85: 75-107.
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Hussey, Laura S. “Welfare Generosity, Abortion Access, and Abortion Rates: A Comparison of State Policy Tools.” Social Science Quarterly. 2010. 91: 266-283.
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Dyck, Joshua J. and Laura S. Hussey. “The End of Welfare As We Know It? Durable Attitudes in a Changing Information Environment.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 2008. 72: 589-618.

Substantive Focus:
Social Policy PRIMARY

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

Keywords

WELFARE POVERTY ABORTION IDEOLOGY PUBLIC OPINION ON POLICY ISSUES REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS MORALITY POLICY PARTICIPATION