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The development and application of spatial analysis for political methodology
A GIS-based spatial analysis on neighborhood effects and voter turn-out: - a case study in College Station, Texas
Sui, D.Z.; Hugill, P.J.
Race, space, and turnout
Kohfeld, C.W.; Sprague, J.
Urban contexts, spatially dispersed networks, and the diffusion of political information
Baybeck, B.; Huckfeldt, R.
The geography of party replacement in Italy, 1987-1996
Shin, M.E.; Agnew, J.
Opportunity, willingness and geographic information systems (GIS): reconceptualizing borders in international relations
Geographic dimensions of enduring rivalries
Tir, J.; Diehl, P.F.