Gainous, Jason, and Kevin M. Wagner. 2011. Rebooting American Politics: The Internet Revolution, Rowman and Littlefield.
Articles and Book Chapters:
Gainous, Jason, Adam David Marlowe, and Kevin M. Wagner. 2013. “Traditional Cleavages or a New World: Does Online Social Networking Bridge the Political Participation Divide?” International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 26 (2): 145-158. (pdf)
Martinez, Michael D., Jason Gainous, and Stephen C. Craig. 2012. “Measuring
Ambivalence about Government in the 2006 ANES Pilot Study.” In Improving Public Opinion Surveys:
Interdisciplinary Innovation and the American National Election Studies,
edited by Kathleen M. McGraw and John H. Aldrich, Princeton University Press,
Gainous, Jason. 2012. The New “New Racism” Thesis: Limited Government Values and
Race-Conscious Policy Attitudes.” Journal of Black Studies 43 (3): 251-273 (pdf).
Gainous, Jason, and
Allison M. Martens. 2012. “The Effectiveness of Civic Education: Are
“Good” Teachers Actually Good for Students?” American Politics Research 40 (2): 232 - 266 (pdf).
Gainous, Jason, Michael D. Martinez, and Stephen
C. Craig. 2010. “The Multiple
Causes of Citizen Ambivalence: Attitudes about Social Welfare
Policy.” Journal of Elections, Public
Opinion, & Parties 20 (3): 335-356.(pdf)
Wagner, Kevin M., and Jason Gainous. 2009. “Electronic Grassroots: Does Online Campaigning Work?” Journal of Legislative Studies 15 (4): 502-520 (pdf).
Gainous, Jason. 2008. “Who’s Ambivalent and Who’s Not? Ideology and Ambivalence about Social Welfare.” American Politics Research 36 (2): 210-235 (pdf).
Gainous, Jason. 2008. “Ambivalence about Social Welfare: An Evaluation of Measurement Approaches.” American Review of Politics 29: 109-134 (pdf).
Gainous, Jason, Stephen C. Craig, and Michael D. Martinez. 2008. “Social Welfare Attitudes and Ambivalence about the Role of Government.” Politics & Policy 36 (6): 972-1004 (pdf).
Gainous, Jason, and Kevin M. Wagner. 2007. “The Electronic Ballot Box: Class, Age and Racial Bias on the Internet.” American Review of Politics 28: 19-35 (pdf).
Gainous, Jason, James Button, and Barbara Rienzo. 2007. “African Americans and Municipal Employment: A Test of Two Perspectives.” Social Science Journal 44 (3): 535-545 (pdf).
Craig, Stephen C., Michael D. Martinez, Jason Gainous and James G. Kane. 2006. “Winners, Losers, and Election Context: Voter Responses to the 2000 Presidential Election.” Political Research Quarterly 59 (4): 579-592 (pdf).
Craig, Stephen C., James G. Kane, and Jason Gainous. 2005. “Issue-Related Learning in a Gubernatorial Campaign: A Panel Study.” Political Communication 22 (4): 483-504 (pdf).
Gainous, Jason, and Michael D. Martinez. 2005. “What Happens When We Simultaneously Want Opposite Things? Ambivalence about Social Welfare.” Ambivalence, Politics, and Public Policy, edited by Stephen C. Craig and Michael D. Martinez, Palgrave, 47-62 (pdf).
Martinez, Michael D., Stephen C. Craig, James G. Kane, and Jason Gainous. 2005. “Ambivalence and Value Conflict: A Test of Two Issues.” Ambivalence, Politics, and Public Policy, edited by Stephen C. Craig and Michael D. Martinez, Palgrave, 63-82 (pdf).
Craig, Stephen C., Jim G. Kane, Michael D. Martinez, and Jason Gainous. 2005. “Core Values, Value Conflict, and Citizens’ Ambivalence about Gay Rights.” Political Research Quarterly 58 (1): 5-17 (pdf).
Gainous, Jason, and Bill Radunovich. 2005. “Religion and Core Values: A Reformulation of the Funnel of Causality.” Politics & Policy 33 (1): 154-180 (pdf).
Gill, Jeff, and Jason Gainous. 2002. “Why Does Voting Get So Complicated? A Review of Theories for Analyzing Democratic Participation.” Statistical Science 17 (4): 1-22 (pdf).
Appendix for Martens, Allison M., and Jason Gainous. 2012. "Civic Education and Democratic Capacity: How do Teachers Teach and What Works?" Social Science Quarterly.