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Peer Reviewed Articles

Tatishe Nteta and Melinda Tarsi. “Military Service, Racial Resentment, and Generational Membership.” Armed Forces and Society.  Forthcoming

Tatishe Nteta, Rebecca Lisi, and Melinda Tarsi. “Rendering the Implicit Explicit: Political Advertisements, Partisan Cues, Race, and White Public Opinion in the 2012 Presidential Election.”  Politics, Groups, and Identities.  Forthcoming.

Tatishe Nteta. 2014. “The Past is Prologue: African American Opinion Toward Undocumented Immigration.” Social Science History 38(3-4): 389-410

Tatishe M. Nteta and Jill Greenlee. 2013. “A Change is Gonna Come: Generational Membership and White Racial Attitudes in the 21st Century.” Political Psychology 34(6): 877-897.

Tatishe Nteta and Kevin Wallsten. 2013. “Are Separate Struggles Really One? African American Clergy, Elite Messages, and African American Perceptions of Commonality with Latinos.” National Political Science Review 15: 19-38.

Tatishe Nteta and Brian Schaffner. 2013. “Substance and Symbolism: Campaign Appeals to Minority Voters in U.S. Senate Elections.” Political Communication 30(2): 232-253. 

Tatishe Nteta. 2013. “United We Stand?  African Americans, Self Interest, and Immigration Reform.”  American Politics Research. 41(1): 147-172.

Kevin Wallsten and Tatishe Nteta. 2012. “Something in Common? Elite Messages, Partisanship, and Latino Perceptions of Commonality with African Americans.” The DuBois Review: Social Science Research on Race. 9(2): 355-374.

Tatishe Nteta and Kevin Wallsten. 2012.  “Preaching to the Choir? Religious Leaders and American Opinion on Immigration Reform.”  Social Science Quarterly. 93(4): 891-910.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

“Follow the Leader? Elite Messages and Latino Perceptions of Commonality with African Americans.” In Just Neighbors? Research on African American and Latino Relations in the U.S.  Edited by Edward Telles, Gaspar Rivera-Salgado, and Mark Sawyer.  New York: Russell Sage Press.  2011. (with Kevin Wallsten)

 “Plus ca Change, Plus C’est La Meme Chose? An Examination of the Racial Attitudes of New Immigrants in the U.S.” in Transforming Politics, Transforming America: The Political and Civic Incorporation of Immigrants in the United States.  Edited by Taeku Lee, Kathrick Ramakrishnan and Ricardo Ramirez.  University of Virginia Press. 2006