Arnold Vedlitz
Arnold Vedlitz
Texas A&M University, Bob Bullock Chair
Verified email at tamu.edu
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Personal efficacy, the information environment, and attitudes toward global warming and climate change in the United States
PM Kellstedt, S Zahran, A Vedlitz
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 28 (1), 113-126, 2008
7912008
Swimming upstream: collaborative approaches to watershed management
PA Sabatier, W Focht, M Lubell, Z Trachtenberg, A Vedlitz, M Matlock
MIT press, 2005
7042005
Race, ethnicity, and political participation: Competing models and contrasting explanations
JE Leighley, A Vedlitz
The Journal of Politics 61 (4), 1092-1114, 1999
6141999
Examining the relationship between physical vulnerability and public perceptions of global climate change in the United States
SD Brody, S Zahran, A Vedlitz, H Grover
Environment and behavior 40 (1), 72-95, 2008
5732008
Issue definition, information processing, and the politics of global warming
BD Wood, A Vedlitz
American journal of political science 51 (3), 552-568, 2007
2832007
Climate change vulnerability and policy support
S Zahran, SD Brody, H Grover, A Vedlitz
Society and Natural Resources 19 (9), 771-789, 2006
2762006
Social vulnerability and the natural and built environment: a model of flood casualties in Texas
S Zahran, SD Brody, WG Peacock, A Vedlitz, H Grover
Disasters 32 (4), 537-560, 2008
2672008
Vulnerability and capacity: explaining local commitment to climate-change policy
S Zahran, SD Brody, A Vedlitz, H Grover, C Miller
Environment and Planning C: Government and policy 26 (3), 544-562, 2008
2622008
Collective action and citizen responses to global warming
M Lubell, S Zahran, A Vedlitz
Political Behavior 29 (3), 391-413, 2007
2302007
Risk, stress, and capacity: Explaining metropolitan commitment to climate protection
S Zahran, H Grover, SD Brody, A Vedlitz
Urban affairs review 43 (4), 447-474, 2008
2072008
Can we generalize from student experiments to the real world in political science, military affairs, and international relations?
A Mintz, SB Redd, A Vedlitz
Journal of Conflict Resolution 50 (5), 757-776, 2006
1992006
Explaining media and congressional attention to global climate change, 1969-2005: An empirical test of agenda-setting theory
X Liu, E Lindquist, A Vedlitz
Political Research Quarterly 64 (2), 405-419, 2011
1712011
Identifying the impact of the built environment on flood damage in Texas
SD Brody, S Zahran, WE Highfield, H Grover, A Vedlitz
Disasters 32 (1), 1-18, 2008
1582008
Understanding local policymaking: Policy elites' perceptions of local agenda setting and alternative policy selection
X Liu, E Lindquist, A Vedlitz, K Vincent
Policy Studies Journal 38 (1), 69-91, 2010
1542010
Knowledge, risk, and policy support: Public perceptions of nuclear power
JW Stoutenborough, SG Sturgess, A Vedlitz
Energy Policy 62, 176-184, 2013
1482013
Policy learning for flood mitigation: A longitudinal assessment of the community rating system in Florida
SD Brody, S Zahran, WE Highfield, SP Bernhardt, A Vedlitz
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 29 (6), 912-929, 2009
1472009
Examining the determinants of public environmental concern: Evidence from national public surveys
X Liu, A Vedlitz, L Shi
Environmental Science & Policy 39, 77-94, 2014
1452014
Collective action, environmental activism, and air quality policy
M Lubell, A Vedlitz, S Zahran, LT Alston
Political Research Quarterly 59 (1), 149-160, 2006
1452006
Does heavy turnout help Democrats in presidential elections?
HJ Tucker, A Vedlitz, J DeNardo
American Political Science Review 80 (04), 1291-1304, 1986
1431986
Collaborative approaches to watershed management
PA Sabatier, W Focht, M Lubell, Z Trachtenberg, A Vedlitz, M Matlock
Swimming upstream: Collaborative approaches to watershed management, 3-21, 2005
1412005
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