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Books


Elisabeth Gidengil, Neil Nevitte, André Blais, Joanna Everitt & Patrick Fournier. 2012. Dominance and Decline: Making Sense of Recent Canadian Elections, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.


Patrick Fournier, Henk van der Kolk, Kenneth Carty, André Blais & Jonathan Rose. 2011. When Citizens Decide: Lessons from Citizen Assemblies on Electoral Reform, Oxford: Oxford University Press.



Articles


Stuart Soroka, Elisabeth Gidengil, Patrick Fournier & Lilach Nir. 2016. “Do Women and Men Respond Differently to Negative News?”, Politics and Gender, 12: 344-368.


Stuart Soroka, Peter Loewen, Patrick Fournier & Daniel Rubenson. 2016. “The Impact of News Photos on Support for Military Action”, Political Communication, 33: 563-582.


Shane Singh, Jason Roy, Patrick Fournier & Blake Andrew. 2015. “An Experimental Analysis of the Impact of Campaign Polls on Electoral Information Seeking”, Electoral Studies, 40: 146-157.


Patrick Fournier, & Mike Medeiros. 2014. “Unis par la langue? Les opinions et les valeurs des Franco-Québécois et des Franco-Ontariens”, Journal of Canadian Studies, 48: 198-223.


Patrick Fournier, Fred Cutler, Stuart Soroka, Dietlind Stolle, & Éric Bélanger. 2013. “Riding the Orange Wave: Leadership, Values, Issues, and the 2011 Canadian Election”, Canadian Journal of Political Science, 46: 863-897.


Eugénie Dostie-Goulet, André Blais, Patrick Fournier & Elisabeth Gidengil. 2012. “L’abstention sélective, ou pourquoi certains jeunes qui votent au fédéral boudent les élections municipales”, Canadian Journal of Political Science, 45: 909-927.


Patrick Fournier, Mathieu Turgeon, André Blais, Joanna Everitt, Elisabeth Gidengil & Neil Nevitte. 2011. “Deliberation from Within: Changing One’s Mind During an Interview”, Political Psychology, 32: 885-919.


André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil, Patrick Fournier, Neil Nevitte, Joanna Everitt & Jiyoon Kim. 2010. “Political Judgments, Perceptions of Facts, and Partisan Effects”, Electoral Studies, 29: 1-12.


André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil, Patrick Fournier & Neil Nevitte. 2009. “Information, Visibility and Elections: Why Electoral Outcomes Differ When Voters Are Better Informed”, European Journal of Political Research, 48: 256-280.

 

André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil Patrick Fournier, Neil Nevitte & Bruce Hicks. 2008. “Measuring Expectations: Comparing Alternative Approaches”, Electoral Studies, 27: 337-343.

  

Stephen White, Neil Nevitte, André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil & Patrick Fournier. 2008. “The Political Resocialization of Immigrants: Resistance or Life-Long Learning?”, Political Research Quarterly, 61: 268-281.


Daniel Rubenson, André Blais, Patrick Fournier, Elisabeth Gidengil & Neil Nevitte. 2007. “Does Low Turnout Matter? Evidence from the 2004 Canadian General Election”, Electoral Studies, 26: 589-597.

 

Elisabeth Gidengil, André Blais, Joanna Everitt, Patrick Fournier, & Neil Nevitte. 2006. “Back to the Future? Making Sense of the 2004 Canadian Election Outside Quebec”, Canadian Journal of Political Science, 39: 1-25.

 

Daniel Rubenson, André Blais, Patrick Fournier, Elisabeth Gidengil & Neil Nevitte. 2004. “Accounting for the Age Gap in Turnout”, Acta Politica, 39: 407-421.

 

Patrick Fournier, Richard Nadeau, André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil, & Neil Nevitte. 2004. “Time-of-Voting Decision and Susceptibility to Campaigns”, Electoral Studies, 23: 661-681.

 

Patrick Fournier, André Blais, Richard Nadeau, Elisabeth Gidengil, & Neil Nevitte. 2003. “Issue Importance and Performance Voting”, Political Behavior, 25: 51-67.

 

Patrick Fournier, Richard Nadeau, André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil & Neil Nevitte. 2001. “Validation of Time of Voting Decision Recall”, Public Opinion Quarterly, 65: 95-107.

 

Patrick Fournier, & Masaru Kohno. 2000. “Japan’s Multimember SNTV System and Strategic Voting: The ‘M+1 Rule’ and Beyond”, Japanese Journal of Political Science, 1: 275-293.

 

Richard Johnston, Patrick Fournier & Richard Jenkins. 2000. “Party Location and Party Support: Unpacking Competing Models”, Journal of Politics, 62: 1145-1160.



Chapters


Shane Singh, Jason Roy & Patrick Fournier. 2016. “Polls, Partisanship, and Voter Decision-Making: An Experimental Analysis”, in Voting Experiments, André Blais, Jean-François Laslier & Karen Van der Straeten (eds.), New York: Springer.


Blake Andrew, Patrick Fournier & Stuart Soroka. 2013. “The Canadian Party System: Trends in Election Campaign Reporting, 1980-2008”, in Parties, Elections, and the Future of Canadian Politics, Amanda Bittner & Royce Koop (ed.), Vancouver: UBC Press.


Joanna Everitt, Elisabeth Gidengil, Patrick Fournier & Neil Nevitte. 2010. “Patterns of Party Identification in Canada”, in Election, Heather MacIvor (ed.), Emond Montgomery.

 

André Blais, R. Kenneth Carty & Patrick Fournier. 2008. “Do Citizens’ Assemblies Make Reasoned Choices?”, in Designing Deliberative Democracy: The British Columbia Citizens' Assembly, Mark Warren & Hilary Pearse (eds.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

R. Kenneth Carty, André Blais & Patrick Fournier. 2008. “When Citizens Choose to Reform SMP: The British Columbia Citizens' Assembly on Electoral Reform”, in To Keep or To Change First Past The Post? The Politics of Electoral Reform, André Blais (ed.), Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Fred Cutler, Richard Johnston, R. Kenneth Carty, André Blais & Patrick Fournier. 2008. “Deliberation, Information, and Trust: The British Columbia Citizens’ Assembly as Agenda Setter”, in Designing Deliberative Democracy: The British Columbia Citizens' Assembly, Mark Warren & Hilary Pearse (eds.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Patrick Fournier. 2008. “Les citoyens peuvent-ils formuler des politiques?”, in La politique en questions, Professeurs de science politique de l’Université de Montréal (ed.), Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal.


Patrick Fournier, Mathieu Turgeon, André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil, Neil Nevitte & Joanna Everitt. 2008. “Délibération et changement d’opinion lors d’un sondage”, in Méthodes de sondage: Applications aux enquêtes longitudinales, à la santé, aux enquêtes électorales et aux enquêtes dans les pays en développement, Yves Tillé (ed.), Paris: Dunod.


Patrick Fournier 2006. “The Impact of Campaigns on Discrepancies, Errors, and Biases in Voting Behavior”, in Capturing Campaign Effects, Henry Brady & Richard Johnston (eds.), Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.


Patrick Fournier. 2005. “Ambivalence and Attitude Change in Vote Choice: Do Campaign Switchers Experience Internal Conflict?”, in Ambivalence, Politics, and Public Policy, Stephen C. Craig & Michael D. Martinez (eds.), Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Patrick Fournier. 2002. “The Uninformed Canadian Voter”, in Citizen Politics: Research and Theory in Canadian Political Behaviour, Joanna Everitt & Brenda O’Neill (eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press.



Others


Patrick Fournier, & Peter John Loewen. 2011. Aboriginal Electoral Participation in Canada, Research report for Elections Canada.


Stuart Soroka, & Patrick Fournier. 2011. The Sources of Attitudes on the Canadian Healthcare System, Research report for the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation.


Stuart Soroka, Fred Cutler, Dietlind Stolle & Patrick Fournier. 2011. “Capturing Change (and Stability) in the 2011 Campaign”, Policy Options, 32: 24-29.


Stuart Soroka, Patrick Fournier, Fred Cutler & Dietlind Stolle. 2011. “World Press Freedom Day: Could you speak out, please?”, Globe and Mail, May 3.


André Blais, Eugénie Dostie-Goulet, Patrick Fournier & Elisabeth Gidengil. 2007. Étude sur la participation électorale des jeunes Montréalais, Research report for the Forum Jeunesse de l'Île de Montréal.


Fred Cutler & Patrick Fournier. 2007. “Why Ontarians Said No to MMP”, Globe and Mail, October 25.

 

Joanna Everitt, André Blais, Patrick Fournier, Elisabeth Gidengil & Neil Nevitte. 2007. “Foreign Policy: Harper's soft underbelly - Insights from the Canadian Election Study”, Inroads: The Canadian Journal of Opinion, 20: Winter/Spring, 117-121.

 

Stephen White, Neil Nevitte, André Blais, Joanna Everitt, Patrick Fournier & Elisabeth Gidengil. 2006. “Making Up for Lost Time: Immigrant Voter Turnout in Canada / Rattraper le temps perdu: Le taux de vote des immigrants au Canada”, Electoral Insight / Perspectives Électorales, December.

 

Elisabeth Gidengil, Joanna Everitt, Neil Nevitte, André Blais & Patrick Fournier. 2006. “Women to the Left, Men to the Right”, Globe and Mail, February 15.

 

Patrick Fournier, André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil, Joanna Everitt & Neil Nevitte. 2006. “Harper Can Thank Federalist Voters / Que s’est-il passé?”, Globe and Mail / La Presse, February 8.

 

André Blais, Patrick Fournier, Elisabeth Gidengil, Joanna Everitt & Neil Nevitte. 2006. “Corruption Was the Tipping Point / Quel changement?”, Globe and Mail / La Presse, February 1.

 

Elisabeth Gidengil, André Blais, Patrick Fournier, Joanna Everitt & Neil Nevitte. 2005. “Missing the Message: Young Adults and the Election Issues ”, Electoral Insight, January.

 

Elisabeth Gidengil, Neil Nevitte, André Blais, Patrick Fournier & Joanna Everitt. 2004. “Why Johnny Won't Vote / Coupées de la politique”, Globe and Mail / La Presse, August 4.

 

Neil Nevitte, André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil, Patrick Fournier & Joanna Everitt. 2004. “Victory to the Middle Man”, Globe and Mail, July 28.

 

Patrick Fournier, André Blais, Joanna Everitt, Elisabeth Gidengil & Neil Nevitte. 2004. “How the Liberals Lost Quebec / Pourquoi les libéraux ont-ils perdu davantage de votes au Québec?”, Globe and Mail / La Presse, July 20.

 

Elisabeth Gidengil, André Blais, Joanna Everitt, Patrick Fournier & Neil Nevitte. 2004. “Down to the Wire / Jusqu'à la dernière minute”, Globe and Mail / La Presse, July 14/15.

 

Patrick Fournier. 2003. “Seulement 70,5%: Comment expliquer le faible taux de participation au scrutin de lundi dernier?”, La Presse, April 17.

 

Stuart Soroka, & Patrick Fournier. 2003. “With Media Ownership, Size Does Matter”, Globe and Mail, February 12.