White, Ariel. “Misdemeanor Disenfranchisement? The demobilizing effects of brief jail spells on potential voters”. American Political Science Review 113 (2): 311-324.
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Also: podcast episode, op-ed

White, Ariel.  "Family Matters? Voting Behavior in Households with Criminal Justice Contact".  American Political Science Review 113 (2): 607-613.
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Ansolabehere, Stephen, and Ariel White. "Policy, Politics, and Public Attitudes Towards the Supreme Court". Forthcoming, American Politics Review
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Trump, Kris-Stella, and Ariel White. “Does Inequality Beget Inequality? Experimental Tests of the Prediction that Inequality Increases System Justification Motivation”. Journal of Experimental Political Science 5 (3): 206-216. Publisher's Version PDF Version
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White, Ariel, Anton Strezhnev, Christopher Lucas, Dominika Kruszewska, and Connor Huff.  “Investigator Characteristics and Respondent Behavior in Online Surveys.” Journal of Experimental Political Science 5 (1), 56-67Publisher's Version PDF Version
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White, Ariel, and Kris-Stella Trump.  “The Promises & Pitfalls of 311 Data”. Urban Affairs Review 54(4), 794­–823.
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Gary King, Benjamin Schneer, and Ariel White. 2017. “How the news media activate public expression and influence national agendas.” Science, 358:776-780. Publisher's Version PDF version

Gay, Claudine, Jennifer Hochschild, and Ariel White. 2016. “Americans’ Belief in Linked Fate: Does the Measure Capture the Concept?”.  Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 1 (1) : 117-144. Publisher's Version PDF version
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White, Ariel. 2016. “When Threat Mobilizes: Immigration Enforcement and Latino Voter Turnout”. Political Behavior 38 (2):355-382. Publisher's Version  PDF version
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White, Ariel, Noah Nathan, and Julie Faller. 2015. “What Do I Need to Vote? Bureaucratic Discretion and Discrimination by Local Election Officials”. American Political Science Review 109 (1):129-142. Publisher's Version pdf version
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MediaWashington Post's Monkey Cage, NPR's The Takeaway, and The Atlantic's Citylab 
Also: cited in expert testimony
Also: received the Heinz Eulau award for best paper in APSR 2015