Fitzgerald, Jennifer. 2018. Close to Home: Local Ties and Voting Radical Right in Europe. Cambridge University Press. (Cambridge Series in Public Opinion and Political Psychology). (See excerpt here.) Named best book of the year by the European Politics and Societies Organized Section of the American Political Science Association.
Zuckerman, Alan S., Josip Dasovic and Jennifer Fitzgerald. 2007. Partisan Families: The Social Logic of Partisanship in Germany and Britain. Cambridge University Press. (Cambridge Series in Public Opinion and Political Psychology). Named best political psychology book of the year by the International Society of Political Psychology.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, and Pavel Bacovsky. Forthcoming. “Young Citizens’ Party Support: The ‘When’ and ‘Who’ of Political Influence within Families” Political Studies
Görtz, Carl, Carolin Zorell, and Jennifer Fitzgerald. 2022. "Casting light on citizens' conceptions of what is 'politial'." Acta Politica. February.
Bacovsky, Pavel, and Jennifer Fitzgerald. 2021. "Raising a politically engaged generation: When parental influence matters most." Youth & Society. August.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, and Hannah Paul. 2021. “The dynamics of issue salience: Immigration and political behavior.” Polity 53(3): 370-393.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, and Ronald Inglehart. 2020. “Beneath the Surface: Two Accounts of Status Threats and Electoral Change in Democratic Systems.” Political Psychology: Debate or Dialogue Series (Review essay). https://doi.org/10.1111/pops.12641
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, and Jennifer Wolak. 2016. "The roots of trust in local government in western Europe." International Political Science Review 37(1): 130-146.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, David Leblang and Jessica Teets. 2014. “Defying the Law of Gravity: The Political Economy of International Migration.” World Politics 66(3): 406-445.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer. 2013. “What Does ‘Political’ Mean to You?” Political Behavior 35(3): 453-479.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, and K. Amber Curtis. 2012. "Partisan discord in the family and political engagement: A comparative behavioral analysis". The Journal of Politics 74(1): 129-141. (Online appendix available here.)
Fitzgerald, Jennifer. 2012. “Social Engagement and Immigration Attitudes: Panel Survey Evidence from Germany.” International Migration Review 46(4): 941-970.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, K. Amber Curtis, and Catherine L. Corliss. 2012. "Anxious Publics: Worries about Crime and Immigration". Comparative Political Studies 45(4): 477-506.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, and Duncan Lawrence. 2011. "Local Cohesion and Radical Right Support: The Case of the Swiss People's Party". Electoral Studies 30(4): 834-847.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer. 2011. "Family Dynamics and Swiss Parties on the Rise: Exploring Party Support in a Changing Electoral Context". The Journal of Politics 73(3): 783-796. (Replication Stata do-file available here. Online appendix available here.)
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, and Vanessa Baird. 2011. "Taking a Step Back: Teaching Critical Thinking by Distinguishing Appropriate Types of Evidence". PS: Political Science & Politics 44(3): 619-624.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer. 2011. "Public opinion on bilingual education in Colorado and Massachusetts". The Social Science Journal 48(2): 371-396.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, and Christopher Jorde. 2018. “Dynamic political attitudes in partisan context.” In Robin Tillmann, Marieke Voorpostel, Peter Farago (Eds), Social Dynamics in Swiss Society: Empirical Studies Based on the Swiss Household Panel. Springer Publishing.
Zuckerman, Alan S., Jennifer Fitzgerald and Josip Dasovic. 2005. "Do Couples Support the Same Political Parties? Sometimes: Evidence from British and German Household Panel Surveys". Chapter 4 in Alan S. Zuckerman, Ed., The Social Logic of Politics. Temple University Press.