Maruice Mangum

North Carolina A&T State University
Political Science and Criminal Justice

223 Gibbs Hall
1601 E Market Street
Greensboro, NORTH CAROLINA
USA
27411
maruicemangum@yahoo.com

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My current research agenda includes explaining (1) public opinion towards affirmative action, (2) public opinion towards illegal and legal immmigration, (3) public opinion towards government, i.e., political trust, and (4) public opinion towards the death penalty.

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2012. “Explaining African-American Political Trust: Examining Psychological Involvement, Policy Satisfaction, and Reference Group Effects.” International Social Science Review 87 (1-2):3-18.
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Swain, Randall and Maruice Mangum. 2012. “Truth Believers and True Believers: The Conditional Effects of Voluntary Associations on the Political Participation of Black Americans.” American Review of Politics 33: 189-210.
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Mangum, Maruice. 2013. “The Racial Underpinnings of Party Identification and Political Ideology.” Social Science Quarterly 94 (5): 1222-1244.
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Mangum, Maruice. 2013. “Racial Group Consciousness, Economic Threat, and Black Opinions toward Immigration” (with Jonathan Okongwu and Franklyn Odum). Journal of Race and Policy.
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2011. “Explaining Political Trust among African Americans: Examining Demographic, Media, and Social Capital and Social Networks Effects.” Social Science Journal 48 (4): 589-596.
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Forthcoming. “Party Competence Perceptions and the Party Identification of African Americans.” Party Politics.
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Mangum, Maruice. 2003. "Psychological Involvement and Black Voter Turnout." Political Research Quarterly 56 (1): 41-48.
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Mangum, Maruice. 2008. "Examining the Association between Church and the Party Identification of Black Americans." Politics and Religion 1 (1): 200-215.
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Mangum, Maruice. 2008. "Testing Competing Explanations of Black Opinions on Affirmative Action." Policy Studies Journal 36 (3): 347-366.

Substantive Focus:
Social Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Public Opinion PRIMARY

Keywords

RACE AND POLITICS RELIGION AND POLITICS PUBLIC OPINION POLITICAL PARTICIPATION