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Spatial and contextual models of political behavior: an introduction
'Things fall apart; the center cannot hold': Cores, peripheries and peripheral nationalism at the core and periphery of the world economy
Crime, policing and the perception of neighborhood safety
Grogger, J.; Weatherford, M.S.
Racial context and voting behavior in one-party urban political systems
Kohfeld, C.W.; Sprague, J.
The political freedom of African-Americans: a contextual analysis of racial attitudes, political tolerance, and individual liberty
Mobilization, counter-mobilization and the politics of race
Carmines, E.G.; Huckfeldt, R.; McCurley, C.
The psychological basis of contextual effects