Brandon Rottinghaus
Brandon Rottinghaus
Professor of Political Science, University of Houston
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The provisional pulpit: Modern presidential leadership of public opinion
B Rottinghaus
Texas A&M University Press, 2010
The power of decree: Presidential use of executive proclamations, 1977-2005
B Rottinghaus, J Maier
Political Research Quarterly 60 (2), 338-343, 2007
Rethinking presidential responsiveness: The public presidency and rhetorical congruency, 1953–2001
B Rottinghaus
The Journal of Politics 68 (3), 720-732, 2006
When the president goes public: The consequences of communication mode for opinion change across issue types and groups
K Tedin, B Rottinghaus, H Rodgers
Political Research Quarterly 64 (3), 506-519, 2011
Criminal disenfranchisement in an international perspective
AC Ewald, B Rottinghaus
Cambridge University Press, 2009
The dual executive: Unilateral orders in a separated and shared power system
M Belco, B Rottinghaus
Stanford University Press, 2017
Skeletons in White House closets: A discussion of modern presidential scandals
SJ Basinger, B Rottinghaus
Political Science Quarterly 127 (2), 213-239, 2012
Strategic leaders: Determining successful presidential opinion leadership tactics through public appeals
B Rottinghaus
Political Communication 26 (3), 296-316, 2009
Presidential leadership on foreign policy, opinion polling, and the possible limits of “crafted talk”
B Rottinghaus
Political Communication 25 (2), 138-157, 2008
Incarceration and enfranchisement: International practices, impact and recommendations for reform
B Rottinghaus, C Manatt, K Manatt
International Foundation for Election Systems 27, 2003
Unilateral orders as constituency outreach: executive orders, proclamations, and the public presidency
B Rottinghaus, AL Warber
Presidential Studies Quarterly 45 (2), 289-309, 2015
Learning from the past, living in the present: Understanding homicide in Chicago, 1870-1930
LB Bienen, B Rottinghaus
J. Crim. L. & Criminology 92, 437, 2001
Surviving scandal: The institutional and political dynamics of national and state executive scandals
B Rottinghaus
PS: Political Science & Politics 47 (1), 131-140, 2014
Presidential position taking and the puzzle of representation
M Eshbaugh‐Soha, B Rottinghaus
Presidential Studies Quarterly 43 (1), 1-15, 2013
Rivaling the PRI: The image management of Vicente Fox and the use of public opinion polling in the 2000 Mexican election
B Rottinghaus, I Alberro
Latin American Politics and Society 47 (2), 143-158, 2005
Stonewalling and suspicion during presidential scandals
SJ Basinger, B Rottinghaus
Political Research Quarterly 65 (2), 290-302, 2012
The politics of requesting appointments: Congressional requests in the appointment and nomination process
B Rottinghaus, DE Bergan
Political Research Quarterly 64 (1), 31-44, 2011
“It's better than being informed”: College-aged viewers of The Daily Show
B Rottinghaus, K Bird, T Ridout, R Self
Laughing matters, 279-294, 2012
The institutional effects of executive scandals
B Rottinghaus
Cambridge University Press, 2015
Reexamining the use of unilateral orders: Source of authority and the power to act alone
JD Bailey, B Rottinghaus
American Politics Research 42 (3), 472-502, 2014
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