Anand Sokhey

Professor Anand Sokhey talks about polarization in the United States on eTown's PurpleState podcast

Oct. 9, 2018

Dr. Anand Sokhey sat down with Nick Forster and Jean Dubofsky for the eTown's PurpleState podcast. Listen to it here .

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Anand Sokhey in "Roger Stone Says There Could be an 'Insurrection'"

Sept. 18, 2017

Research at CU One of our associate professors, Anand Sokhey, contributed to an article published last week in the Washington Post. Sokhey, along with several other political science professors, argue through their reseach against Roger Stone's claim that a real threat to impeach President Trump would spark revolts. In anaylyzing...

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Meet Anand Sokhey

Sept. 12, 2017

Associate Professor Starting from a young age, Dr. Anand Edward Sokhey was surrounded by politics. “I came from a family that talks politics all the time,” he said, reflecting on his upbringing. This immersion in politics only continued during his years as an undergraduate in Ohio. Sokhey “started doing research...

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Personality, Interpersonal Disagreement, and Electoral Information.

Lyons J, Sokhey AE, McClurg SD, Seib D. JOURNAL OF POLITICS . 78 (3) (July 01, 2016): 806-821. Abstract: Interpersonal disagreement has been linked to a variety of democratic outcomes, and classic theories of social influence place it at the heart of opinion formation. We examine the relationship between exposure...

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The Political Consequences of Gender in Social Networks.

Djupe P, Mcclurg S, Sokhey AE. British Journal of Political Science (2016): 1-22. Abstract: Scholars of behavior remain focused on the citizenry’s ability to acquire high quality information that can enable political action and choice. One of the primary concerns to emerge from sociallydriven investigations into this is whether networks...

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The Dynamics of Partisan Identification When Party Brands Change: The Case of the Workers Party in Brazil.

Baker A, Ames B, Sokhey AE, Renno LR. JOURNAL OF POLITICS . 78 (1) (January 01, 2016): 197-213. Abstract: What happens to partisanship when a party undergoes rapid and visible elite-led changes that dilute its traditional brand? We address scholarly debates on the stability of mass partisanship by analyzing the...

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"The Political Consequences of Gender in Social Networks."

April 18, 2016

Paul Djupe, Scott McClurg and Anand E. Sokhey. (forthcoming). “The Political Consequences of Gender in Social Networks." British Journal of Political Science. Scholars of behavior remain focused on the citizenry's ability to acquire high quality information that can enable political action and choice.