Conference & Working Papers

  1. Kaylee T. Johnson, “The Middle Class Identity: Implicit Racial Priming Revisited.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston 2018.

  2. Kaylee T. Johnson, “Discrimination or Reality? Racialized Perceptions of the Middle Class Identity.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston 2018.
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  3. Kaylee T. Johnson, “Priming Candidate and Policy Evaluations with the Middle Class: The Influence of Race.” New England Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Portsmouth 2018.
  4. Kaylee T. Johnson, “Priming Policy Opinions with the Middle Class: Evidence of Racial Influence.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago 2018.
  5. Kaylee T. Johnson, “Middle Class Mismatch? Citizen Perceptions of the Middle Class Identity.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago 2018.
  6. Kaylee T. Johnson, “Citizen Perceptions of he Middle Class Identity: Racial Association and Discrimination.” Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans 2018.
  7. Kaylee T. Johnson, “Priming Policy Opinions with the Middle Class Identity: Evidence of Racial Influence.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago 2018.
  8. Kaylee T. Johnson, “Whitewashing the Middle Class: Exploring the Association Between Perceptions of Class and Racial Identity.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago 2017.
  9. Kaylee T. Johnson, “Priming Race with the Middle Class Identity: An Exploration.” Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 2017.
  10. Kaylee T. Johnson, “The Prismatic Middle Class: Electoral Incentives and Class-Based Framing in Senate Press Releases.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2016.
  11. Ivelisse Cuevas-Molina and Kaylee T. Johnson. “Hitting the Bullseye: Constituencies of Women and Descriptive Representation.” Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Juan, 2016.
  12. Jesse H. Rhodes and Kaylee T. Johnson, “Just ‘Group Interest Democrats?’ Democratic Class-Awareness and the Politics of Distributive Justice.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2015.
  13. Brian F. Schaffner, Mia I. Costa, Kaylee T. Johnson, and Cameron Roche. “Do Constituents Evaluate Representatives from a Communal Perspective?” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2015.
  14. Jesse H. Rhodes and Kaylee T. Johnson, “The Politics of Group Advertising in Presidential Campaigns.” Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 2015.
  15. Jesse H. Rhodes and Kaylee T. Johnson, “Changing Economic Conditions, Coalition Politics, and the Evolving Role of Class in Presidential Campaign Rhetoric, 1952-2012.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2014.