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Christina E. Bejarano

Social and Behavioral Sciences -
Associate Professor
Primary office:
Blake Hall, 504
University of Kansas
1541 Lilac Lane
Lawrence, KS 66045
Second office:
Blake Hall, 413



Summary

Research

Selected Publications

Bejarano, Christina. “‘Thinking beyond the “first” Distinction for Women of Color Candidates.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Gender Watch 2018, April 2018. https://www.genderwatch2018.org/experts/christina-e-bejarano/.
Bejarano, Christina E, and Valerie Martinez-Ebers. ““Latina Mobilization: A Strategy for Increasing the Political Participation of Latino Families”” Book Chapters. edited by Angie Maxwell and Todd Shields. Palgrave MacMillan , 2018.
Bejarano, Christina. “"New Directions at the Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender.” .” Book Chapters. edited by Angela Bos and Monica Schneider. Routledge Press, 2017.
Dautrich, Kenneth, David A Yalof, and Christina E Bejarano. The Enduring Democracy. Books, Textbooks. Cengage Press, 2017.
Bejarano, Christina E. “‘Mixed Outcomes for Latinas in Election 2016.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Presidential Gender Watch.org, October 15, 2016. http://presidentialgenderwatch.org/mixed-outcomes-latinas-election-2016/.
Bejarano, Christina E. “‘Racial and Gender Reminders for Campaign Appeals.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Presidential Gender Watch.org, September 4, 2016. http://presidentialgenderwatch.org/racial-gender-reminders-campaign-appe....
Bejarano, Christina E. “‘Calling Our Attention to Women of Color.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Presidential Gender Watch.org, July 21, 2016. http://presidentialgenderwatch.org/calling-attention-women-color/#more-9943.
Bejarano, Christina. “‘Iowa Results Bring More Identity Questions.’ .” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Presidential Gender Watch.org, February 4, 2016. http://presidentialgenderwatch.org/7029-2/#more-7029.
Bejarano, Christina. ““New Expectations for Latina State Legislative Representation.” .” Book Chapters. edited by Nadia Brown and Sarah Allen Gershon. Routledge Press, 2016.
Bejarano, Christina E. “‘Growing Latino Gender Differences on Key Policy Issues.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Latino Decisions, October 2014.
Bejarano, Christina E, and Anna Sampaio. “‘Revisiting Latino Gender Differences in Party Support.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Latino Decisions, October 2014.
Bejarano, Christina E, and Melissa Luna. “‘We Are the Voters We Are Waiting For.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). LatinasRepresent.org, October 2014.
Bejarano, Christina E. “‘Your Vote Matters: The Rise of Latina Candidates in 2014.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). LatinasRepresent.org, October 2014.
Bejarano, Christina E. ““Origins of the Latino Political Gender Gap.” .” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Latino Decisions, October 2014.
Bejarano, Christina E. “‘Latino Gender and Generation Gaps in Political Ideology.’” Journal Articles 10, no. 1 (March 2014): 62–88.
Bejarano, Christina E. “‘The Latino Gender Gap in U.S. Politics.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Latino Decisions, February 2014.
Bejarano, Christina. The Latino Gender Gap in U.S. Politics. Books. Routledge Press, 2014. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415854313/.
Bejarano, Christina E. “‘Increased Electoral Support of Latinas.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Latino Decisions, September 2013.
Bejarano, Christina E. “‘The Growing Success of Latina Political Candidates.’” Web Publishing (article, blog, wiki, other). Latino Decisions, August 2013.
Bejarano, Christina E. The Latina Advantage: Gender, Race, and Political Success. Books. University of Texas Press, 2013. http://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/books/bejlat.
Bejarano, Christina, Sylvia Manzano, and Celeste Montoya. “‘Tracking the Latino Gender Gap: Gender Attitudes Across Sex, Borders and Generations.’” Journal Articles 7, no. 4 (2011): 521–49.
Bejarano, Christina, and Gary Segura. “‘Hearing Footsteps: Latino Population Growth and Anticipated--But Not Quite Present Political Effects in Emerging Communities.’” Book Chapters. edited by Rodolfo O. de la Garza, Louis DeSipio, and David L. Leal. University of Notre Dame Press, 2010.
Bejarano, Christina E., and Gary Segura. “‘What Goes Around, Comes Around: Race, Blowback, and the Louisiana Elections of 2002 and 2003.’” Journal Articles 60 (2007): 328–37.

Selected Grants

General Research Fund Grant. (7/31/2011). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Big XII Research Fellowship. Funds to travel to University of Colorado, Boulder. (7/31/2009). Other. Status: Funded
New Faculty General Research Fund Grant. (6/30/2008). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Ford Foundation Diversity Post-doc Fellowship-Alternate. (12/31/2008). Foundation. Status: Funded

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