Lindsay Benstead
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Effects of interviewer–respondent gender interaction on attitudes toward women and politics: Findings from Morocco
LJ Benstead
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (3), 369-383, 2014
Is it gender, religiosity or both? A role congruity theory of candidate electability in transitional Tunisia
LJ Benstead, AA Jamal, E Lust
Perspectives on Politics 13 (1), 74-94, 2015
Is it Gender, Religion or Both? A Role Congruity Theory of Candidate Electability in Transitional Tunisia
L Benstead, Jamal
Perspectives on Politics, 2015
Why quotas are needed to improve women's access to services in clientelistic regimes
LJ Benstead
Governance 29 (2), 185-205, 2016
Does interviewer religious dress affect survey responses? Evidence from Morocco
LJ Benstead
Politics and Religion 7 (4), 734-760, 2014
Conceptualizing and measuring patriarchy: The importance of feminist theory
LJ Benstead
Mediterranean Politics 26 (2), 234-246, 2021
Why do some Arab citizens see democracy as unsuitable for their country?
LJ Benstead
Democratization 22 (7), 1183-1208, 2015
Survey research in the Arab world: Challenges and opportunities
LJ Benstead
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (3), 535-542, 2018
Why the gender of traditional authorities matters: Intersectionality and women’s rights advocacy in Malawi
RL Muriaas, V Wang, L Benstead, B Dulani, L Rakner
Comparative Political Studies 52 (12), 1881-1924, 2019
Poor people’s beliefs and the dynamics of clientelism
M Pellicer, E Wegner, LJ Benstead, E Lust
Journal of Theoretical Politics 33 (3), 300-332, 2021
Female electability in the Arab World: The advantages of intersectionality
K Kao, LJ Benstead
Comparative Politics 53 (3), 427-464, 2021
Polarization or pluralism? Language, identity, and attitudes toward American culture among Algeria’s youth
LJ Benstead, M Reif
Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 6 (1), 75-106, 2013
Does it matter what observers say? The impact of international election monitoring on legitimacy
L Benstead, K Kao, E Lust
Mediterranean Politics 27 (1), 57-78, 2022
Do female local councilors improve women’s representation?
LJ Benstead
The journal of the Middle East and Africa 10 (2), 95-119, 2019
Survey research in the Arab world
LJ Benstead
The Oxford handbook of polling and survey methods, 220-48, 2017
Why do some voters prefer female candidates? The role of perceived incorruptibility in Arab elections
LJ Benstead, E Lust
Gender and corruption: Historical roots and new avenues for research, 83-104, 2018
Islamists Aren’t the Obstacle
L Benstead, EM Lust, D Malouche, G Soltan, J Wichmann
Foreign Affairs 14, 2013
Does casework build support for a strong parliament? Legislative representation and public opinion in Morocco and Algeria
LJ Benstead
University of Michigan, 2008
Do gender quotas affect popular support for women as good political leaders? A cross-national study of gender quotas and political attitudes in the Muslim world
LJ Benstead
annual meeting of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA, 2010
Coke, Pepsi or Mecca Cola? Why product characteristics affect the likelihood of collective action problems and boycott success
LJ Benstead, M Reif
Politics, Groups, and Identities 5 (2), 220-241, 2017
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