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Peer-reviewed publications

Lyrvall, J., Bakk, Z., Oser, J., & Di Mari, R. (In press). Bias-adjusted three-step multilevel latent class modeling with covariates. Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal.

link to journal  accepted manuscript

 

Han, H., Baggetta, M., & Oser, J. (In press). Organizing and democracy: Understanding the possibilities for transformative collective action. Annual Review of Political Science.

[Expected publication date: Volume 27, June 2024]

Shamir, A., Oser, J., & Grinberg, N. (In press). Who is curating my feed? Characterizing political exposure of registered U.S. voters on Twitter. International Journal of Press/Politics. 

link to journal  accepted manuscript  supplementary  dataverse  github code

Oser, J. (In press). Political efficacy. In M. Giugni & M. Grasso (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Political Sociology (pp. 388-390). Edward Elgar.

encyclopedia order  accepted manuscript

Di Mari, R., Bakk, Z., Oser, J., & Kuha, J. (2023). A two-step estimator for multilevel latent class analysis with covariates. Psychometrika, 88(4): 1144-1170. 

link to journal  open access article  OSF data preparation  github data preparation

Oser, J., Hooghe, M., Bakk, Z., & Di Mari, R. (2023). Changing citizenship norms among adolescents, 1999-2009-2016: A two-step latent class approach with measurement invariance testing. Quality & Quantity, 57(5), 4915–4933.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version OSF data preparation  github data preparation

Boulianne, S., Oser, J., & Hoffmann, C. P. (2023). Powerless in the digital age? A systematic review and meta-analysis of political efficacy and digital media use. New Media & Society, 25(9), 2512–2536.

link to journal  open access manuscript

Oser, J., Feitosa, F., & Dassonneville, R. (2023). Who feels they can understand and have an impact on political processes? Socio-demographic correlates of political efficacy in 46 countries, 1996-2016. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 35(2).

link to journal  open access article  online appendix  OSF replication files  

Oser, J. (2022). How citizenship norms and digital media use affect political participation: A

two-wave panel analysis. Media and Communication, 10(3), 206-218.

link to journal  open access article

Oser, J., Grinson, A., Boulianne, S., & Halperin, E. (2022). How political efficacy relates to online and offline political participation: A multi-level meta-analysis. Political Communication. 39(5): 607-633.

link to journal  open access article

Oser, J. (2022). The effectiveness of different forms of participation. In M. Giugni & M. Grasso (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Political Participation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

link to edited book  link to chapter  accepted manuscript version

Oser, J. (2022). Protest as one political act in individuals’ participation repertoires: Latent class analysis and political participant types. American Behavioral Scientist, 66(4), 510-532.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version

Bakk, Z., Di Mari, R., Oser, J., & Kuha, J. (2022). Two-stage multilevel latent class analysis with co-variates in the presence of direct effects. Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 29(2), 267-277.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version

Dassonneville, R., Feitosa, F., Hooghe, M., & Oser, J. (2021). Policy responsiveness to all citizens or only to voters? A longitudinal analysis of policy responsiveness in OECD countries. European Journal of Political Research, 60(3), 583-602. 
link to journal

Oser, J. & Boulianne, S. (2020). Reinforcement effects between digital media use and political participation: A meta-analysis of repeated-wave panel data. Research Note. Public Opinion Quarterly.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  media (LSE USAPP)

Hooghe, M., Dassonneville, R., & Oser, J. (2019). Public opinion, turnout and social policy: A comparative analysis of policy congruence in European liberal democracies. Political Studies, 67(4): 992-1009.

link to journal  link to open access (OSF)  media (LSE Democratic Audit)

Hooghe, M., & Oser, J. (2018). Social and political citizenship in European public opinion: An empirical analysis of T.H. Marshall's concept of social rights. Government and Opposition, 53(4), 595-620. 

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  appendix  

Oser, J., & Hooghe, M. (2018). Democratic ideals and levels of political participation: The role of political and social conceptualisations of democracy. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 20(3), 711-730. 
link to journal  accepted manuscript version  appendix 

Leighley, J., & Oser, J. (2018). Representation in an era of political and economic inequality: How and when citizen engagement matters. Perspectives on Politics, 16(2), 328-344. 

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  findings brief (SSN)  media (The Conversation)

Oser, J., & Hooghe, M. (2018). Give me your tired, your poor? Support for social citizenship rights in the United States and Europe. Sociological Perspectives. 61(1),14-38.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  findings brief (SSN)  media (LSE EUROPP) 

Hooghe, M., & Oser, J. (2017). Partisan strength, political trust and generalized trust in the United States: An analysis of the General Social Survey, 1972-2014. Social Science Research, 68, 132-146.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  appendix  replication  media (LSE USAPP)


Oser, J. (2017). Assessing how participators combine acts in their “political tool kits”: A person-centered measurement approach for analyzing citizen participation. Social Indicators Research, 133(1), 235-258. 
link to journal  accepted manuscript version  media (LSE USAPP)

Hooghe, M., Marien, S., & Oser, J. (2017). Great expectations: The effect of democratic ideals on political trust in European democracies. Contemporary Politics, 23(2), 214-230.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  appendix


Hooghe, M., & Oser, J. (2016). Trade union density and social expenditure: A longitudinal analysis of policy feedback effects in OECD countries, 1980-2010. Journal of European Public Policy, 23(10), 1520-1542. 

link to journal  accepted manuscript version


Hooghe, M., Oser, J., & Marien, S. (2016). A comparative analysis of “good citizenship”: A latent class analysis of adolescents’ citizenship norms in 38 countries. International Political Science Review, 37(1), 115-129. 

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  appendix

 

Hooghe, M., & Oser, J. (2015). The electoral success of the Movimento 5 Stelle. An Example of a Left Populist Vote? Austrian Journal of Political Science, 44(4), 25-36.

link to journal  article to download

Hooghe, M., & Oser, J. (2015). Internet, television and social capital: The effect of screen time on social capital. Information, Communication and Society, 18(10), 1175-1199.

link to journal  

Hooghe, M., & Oser, J. (2015). The rise of engaged citizenship: A comparison of citizenship norms among adolescents in 21 countries between 1999 and 2009. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 56(1), 29-52. 

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  appendix 1  appendix 2     

Oser, J., Leighley, J.E., & Winneg, K.M. (2014). Participation, online and otherwise: What's the difference for policy preferences? Social Science Quarterly, 95(5), 1259-1277.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  media (Washington Post)


Oser, J., & Hooghe, M. (2013). The evolution of citizenship norms among Scandinavian adolescents, 1999–2009. Scandinavian Political Studies, 36(4), 320-346.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version

 
Oser, J., Hooghe, M., & Marien, S. (2013). Is online participation distinct from offline participation? A latent class analysis of participation types and their stratification. Political Research Quarterly, 66(1), 91-101.

link to journal  accepted manuscript version  link to media (Washington Post)  link to findings brief (SSN)


Oser, J., Gadot-Perez, A., & Galnoor, I. (2013). Developing policy analysis “flight simulators” in different national settings. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 19(3), 461-477.

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Oser, J. (2010). Between atomistic and participatory democracy. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 39(3), 429-459. 

link to journal  

 

Oser, J. (2008). Why membership? Leverage, leadership and legitimacy in Israeli civil society. Civil Society and the Third Sector in Israel, 2(2), 53-85. [In Hebrew, peer-reviewed journal article; prior version of the NVSQ 2010 article for an Israeli audience].

article

Skocpol, T., & Oser, J. (2004). Organization despite adversity: ‎The origins and development of African American fraternal organizations. Social ‎Science History 28(3), 367-437.

link to journal  article

 

Refereed chapters in collective volumes

 

Oser, J., & Galnoor, I. (2016). Policy analysis evolution in Israel: Building administrative capacities. In G. Menahem & A. Zehavi (Eds.), Policy analysis in Israel (pp. 37-54). Bristol: Policy Press. 

link to download  link to google books chapter

Oser, J. (2013). Community in growth: Dr. Eilon Schwartz. In A. Oliver, A. de Shalit & T. Zilber (Eds.), Socially responsible leaders in Israeli society (pp. 103-118). Jerusalem: Hebrew University Magnes Press. [In Hebrew; chapter in edited volume of interviews of Israeli social leaders as a collective project of Hebrew University’s Hoffman Leadership and Responsibility Program Fellowship].

accepted manuscript version

Oser, J. (2012). Citizen involvement in setting public policy: Case of the 1998 public housing law. In I. Galnoor, J. Oser & A. Gadot-Perez (Eds.), The political environment of policy making in Israel (pp. 225-246). Jerusalem: Hebrew University Magnes Press. [In Hebrew; original case study commissioned for inclusion in the peer-reviewed textbook; author is one of the volume’s editors].

link to chapter

 

Gal, J., & Oser, J. (2011). A categorical immigration policy: Welfare, integration, and the production of inequality. In E. Carmel, A. Cerami & T. Papadopoulos (Eds.), Migration and welfare in the “new” Europe: Social protection and the challenges of integration (pp. 227-244). Bristol: Policy Press.

link to google books chapter

Skocpol, T., with Oser, J. (2006). The panorama of African American federations. In T. Skocpol, A. Liazos & M. Ganz (Eds.), What a mighty power we can be: African American fraternal groups and the struggle for racial equality (pp. 21-60). Princeton: Princeton University Press.

link to google books chapter ​ 

Skocpol, T. with Ganz, M., Munson, Z., Camp, B., Swers, M., & Oser, J. (1999). How Americans became civic. In M. P. Fiorina & T. Skocpol (Eds.), Civic engagement in American democracy (pp. 27-80). New York: The Brookings Institute.

link to google books chapter  

 

 

Editorship of collective volumes and journal issues

Besharov, D., & Oser, J. (2013). Policy analysis teaching in today's classroom: Symposium of APPAM teaching conference. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 19(3), 381-387. [Introduction to Symposium, co-edited by Besharov and Oser, based on the 2011 Teaching Workshop of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management].

link to journal  

Galnoor, I., Oser, J., & Gadot-Perez, A. (Eds.). (2012). The political environment of policy making in Israel. Jerusalem: Hebrew University Magnes Press. [In Hebrew; peer-reviewed textbook organized around original case studies; Oser and Gadot-Perez share second author credit, ordered alphabetically in Hebrew].

link to accepted manuscript

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