Culpepper, Pepper, Jae-Hee Jung, and Taeku Lee. Forthcoming. “Banklash: How Media Coverage of Bank Scandals Moves Mass Preferences on Financial Regulation.” American Journal of Political Science. [Appendix]
Jung, Jae-Hee and Zeynep Somer-Topcu. 2022. “United We Stand, Divided We Fall? The Effects of Parties’ Brexit Rhetoric on Voters’ Perceptions of Party Positions.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 32(3): 596-614. [Dataverse]
Jung, Jae-Hee and Margit Tavits. 2021. “Do Referendum Results Change Norm Perceptions and Personal Opinions?” Electoral Studies 71: 102307. [Dataverse]
Jung, Jae-Hee and Margit Tavits. 2021. “Valence Attacks Harm the Electoral Performance of the Left but Not the Right.” Journal of Politics 83(1): 277-290. [Dataverse]
Jung, Jae-Hee. 2020. “The Mobilizing Effect of Parties’ Moral Rhetoric.” American Journal of Political Science 64(2): 341-355. [Dataverse] (Winner of the Best Paper Award at the 2018 Manifesto Corpus Conference)
Work in Progress
Jung, Jae-Hee. “Voters’ Preferences for Parties’ Moral Rhetoric.” Under review.
Culpepper, Pepper, Ryan Shandler, Jae-Hee Jung, and Taeku Lee. “When Does Media Coverage Have Durable Effects on Policy Attitudes?” Under review.
Jung, Jae-Hee. “Does Moral Rhetoric Fuel or Reduce Divides Between Parties and Non-Copartisan Voters?”
Jung, Jae-Hee and Margit Tavits. “Counter-Stereotypes and Attitudes Toward Gender and LGBTQ Equality.”
Jung, Jae-Hee and Scott Clifford. “Are Moral Values Uniquely Divisive?”
Jung, Jae-Hee. Moral Rhetoric in Party Campaigns. (book manuscript)
Culpepper, Pepper, Jae-Hee Jung, Taeku Lee, and Ryan Shandler. “If the System is Rigged, Does It Matter? Fairness, Media Coverage of Inequality, and Redistributive Preferences.”