Note: All publications rely in part or fully on data collected through the C-Dem network. Bold names are C-Dem PI, CI, Collaborator, AC member or partner organizations; students, and PDFs affiliated with C-Dem during period under review underlined.

  • Tremblay-Antoine, C., Dufresne, Y., Fortier-Chouinard, A., Cloutier, A., & Côté, A. (2022). L’évolution de la saillance des enjeux et le bilan du gouvernement de la CAQ : un éclairage nouveau. In C. Tremblay-Antoine, Y. Dufresne, L. Birch, & D. Duval (Eds), Bilan du gouvernement de la CAQ : Entre nationalisme et pandémie (pp. 67-82). Les Presses de l’Université Laval.
  • Harell, A., & Hinckley, R. (2022). Racial Attitudes and Opposition to Immigration. In C. Anderson & M. Turgeon (Eds.), Comparative Public Opinion. Routledge. pp. 331-348.
  • Stephenson, L. B. (2022). Partisanship and Public Opinion. In C. Anderson & M. Turgeon (Eds.), Comparative Public Opinion. Routledge. pp. 194-213.
  • Harell, A., Kymlicka, W., & Banting, K. (2022). Boundaries of Generosity : Membership, Inclusion and Redistribution. In M. Crepaz (Ed.), Handbook on Migration and Welfare. Edward Elgar. pp. 102-117.
  • Garnett, H. A., & Stephenson, L. B. (2022). Public Opinion on the Use of Technology in the Electoral Process in Canada. In H. A. Garnett & M. Pal (Eds.), Cyber-Threats to Canadian Elections. McGill-Queen’s University Press.
  • Jansen, H., Koop, R. Smatt, T. Bastien, F., & Giasson, T. (2020). Democratic Citizenship: How Do Canadians Engage with Politics Online? In T. Small & H. Jansen (Eds.), Digital Politics in Canada: Promises and Realities. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Harell, A., Stephenson, L. B., & Deschatelêts, L. (2020). Public Opinion and Political Cleavages in Canada. In A. G. Gagnon & J. Bickerton (Eds.), Canadian Politics, 7th Edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. pp. 237-252.
  • Petit-Vouriot, A., & Morden, M. [Samara partners authors] (2020). Telling a Different Story Canadian Citizens and their Democracy in the Digital Age. In E. Dubois & F. Martin-Bariteau (Eds.), Citizenship in a Connected Canada: A Research and Policy Agenda. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.