Paru Shah
Paru Shah
Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University
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Motivating Participation: The Symbolic Effects of Latino Representation on Parent School Involvement*
P Shah
Social Science Quarterly 90 (1), 212-230, 2009
It takes a black candidate: A supply-side theory of minority representation
P Shah
Political Research Quarterly 67 (2), 266-279, 2014
The new racial calculus: Electoral institutions and black representation in local legislatures
MJ Marschall, AVS Ruhil, PR Shah
American Journal of Political Science 54 (1), 107-124, 2010
Linking the process and outcomes of parent involvement policy to the parent involvement gap
MJ Marschall, PR Shah
Urban Education 55 (5), 699-729, 2020
The attitudinal effects of minority incorporation: Examining the racial dimensions of trust in urban America
M Marschall, PR Shah
Urban Affairs Review 42 (5), 629-658, 2007
Parent involvement policy in established and new immigrant destinations
MJ Marschall, PR Shah, K Donato
Social Science Quarterly 93 (1), 130-151, 2012
The Study of Local Elections: Editors' Introduction: A Looking Glass into the Future
M Marschall, P Shah, A Ruhil
PS: Political Science & Politics 44 (1), 97-100, 2011
Demand and supply: Racial and ethnic minority candidates in White districts
EG Juenke, P Shah
Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 1 (1), 60-90, 2016
Women of color candidates: examining emergence and success in state legislative elections
P Shah, J Scott, EG Juenke
Politics, Groups, and Identities, 2018
Keeping policy churn off the agenda: Urban education and civic capacity
M Marschall, P Shah
Policy Studies Journal 33 (2), 161-180, 2005
Are we there yet? the voting rights act and black representation on city councils, 1981–2006
PR Shah, MJ Marschall, AVS Ruhil
The Journal of Politics 75 (4), 993-1008, 2013
Not the usual story: the effect of candidate supply on models of Latino descriptive representation
E Gonzalez Juenke, P Shah
Politics, Groups, and Identities 3 (3), 438-453, 2015
Black candidates and black turnout: A study of viability in louisiana mayoral elections
LJ Keele, PR Shah, I White, K Kay
The Journal of Politics 79 (3), 780-791, 2017
The role of minority journalists, candidates, and audiences in shaping race-related campaign news coverage
M Sui, N Paul, P Shah, B Spurlock, B Chastant, J Dunaway
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 95 (4), 1079-1102, 2018
Racing toward representation: A hurdle model of Latino incorporation
P Shah
American Politics Research 38 (1), 84-109, 2010
Legacies of segregation and disenfranchisement: The road from Plessy to Frank and voter ID laws in the United States
P Shah, RS Smith
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 7 (1), 134-146, 2021
Comparing three methods of measuring race/ethnicity
PR Shah, NR Davis
Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 2 (1), 124-139, 2017
Stepping up: black political ambition and success
P Shah
Politics, Groups, and Identities 3 (2), 278-294, 2015
One run leads to another: Minority incumbents and the emergence of lower ticket minority candidates
BL Fraga, E Gonzalez Juenke, P Shah
The Journal of Politics 82 (2), 771-775, 2020
Foreclosure’s fallout: Economic adversity and voter turnout
P Shah, A Wichowsky
Political Behavior 41, 1099-1115, 2019
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