Research Papers

•  Barreto, Matt and Dino Bozonelos. 2009. "Democrat, Republican, or None of the Above? Religiosity and the Partisan Identification of Muslim Americans." Politics & Religion. 2 (August).

•  Cyrus Ali Contractor. 2010. "The Dearborn Effect: A Comparison of the Political Dispositions of Shi‘a and Sunni Muslims in the United States." Politics & Religion.

•  Barreto, Matt and Karam Dana. 2008. "Political Incorporation of Muslims in America: The Role of Religiosity in Islam." American Political Science Association Annual Conference. (Sept). Winner: Award for Best Paper on Race, Ethnicity & Politics at 2008 Conference

•  Barreto, Matt and Karam Dana. 2009. "Religious Identity and Muslim American Political Incorporation: Mosque Involvement and Similarities Between Sunni and Shi‘a." Midwestern Political Science Association Annual Conference. (April).

•  Barreto, Matt, Natalie Masuoka and Gabriel Sanchez. 2008. "Religiosity, Discrimination and Group Identity Among Muslim Americans." Western Political Science Association Annual Conference. (March).

•  Barreto, Matt and Karam Dana. 2008. "Muslim and American: Transnational Ties and Participation in American Politics." Midwestern Political Science Association Annual Conference. (April).

•  Barreto, Matt and Karam Dana. 2010. "The American Muslim Voter: What Explains Voting When Nobody Cares?." American Political Science Association Annual Conference. (Sept).

 

 


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