Alamillo, Rudy, Chris Haynes, and Raul Madrid Jr. “Framing and Immigration Through the Trump Era.” Sociology Compass (forthcoming).
Madrid Jr., Raul. 2017. “The Tone of the Debates: The Difference between Democrats and
Republicans during the 2016 Primaries” in Unconventional, Partisan, and Polarizing Rhetoric: How the 2016 Election Shaped the Way Candidates Strategize, Engage, and Communicate (ed. Jeanine Kraybill). Lexington Books.
Merolla, Jennifer L., and Raul Madrid Jr. 2015. “The Value and Challenges of Using Local
Ethical Review in Comparative Politics Experiments” in Ethics and Experiments: Problems
and Solutions for Social Scientists and Policy Professionals (ed. Scott Desposato).
Routledge Studies in Experimental Political Science.
Madrid Jr., Raul, and Jeanine E. Kraybill. “The Rhetoric of Crisis: George W. Bush during
the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars.”
Madrid Jr., Raul, Jennifer L. Merolla, Aldo Yanez Ruiz, and Jean Reith Schroedel.
“The Relevance of Religion for Political Office: Voter Stereotypes of Candidates from
Different Religious Backgrounds.”
Madrid Jr., Raul. “Media Coverage from the States: How the Tone of Media Coverage Changes as Demographics Shift.”
Madrid Jr., Raul, and Dong-wook Lee. “The Political Geography of Wage Inequality and
Public Opinion Toward Latinos: A Text Analysis Approach.”
Madrid Jr., Raul, and Jeanine E. Kraybill. “Tweeting Executive-Congressional Relations: An Examination of President Trump and Congressional Leadership’s Rhetoric on Healthcare.”
Madrid Jr., Raul. “Extra! Extra! Read All About It! The Effect of Newspaper Coverage on
Immigration Policies at the State-level.”