Clifton van der Linden
Clifton van der Linden
Associate Professor of Political Science, McMaster University
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Evidence of exacerbated gender inequality in child care obligations in Canada and Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic
RM Johnston, A Sheluchin, C Van Der Linden
Politics & Gender 16 (4), 1131-1141, 2020
Novel coronavirus, old partisanship: COVID-19 attitudes and behaviours in the United States and Canada
M Pickup, D Stecula, C Van Der Linden
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
How to survey citizens’ compliance with COVID-19 public health measures: evidence from three survey experiments
JF Daoust, R Nadeau, R Dassonneville, E Lachapelle, É Bélanger, ...
Journal of Experimental Political Science 8 (3), 310-317, 2021
Does collective interest or self-interest motivate mask usage as a preventive measure against COVID-19?
C Van Der Linden, J Savoie
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
Vote Compass in the 2014 New Zealand election: Hearing the voice of New Zealand voters
J Lees-Marshment, Y Dufresne, G Eady, D Osborne, C van der Linden, ...
Political Science 67 (2), 94-124, 2015
Brexit, COVID‐19, and attitudes toward immigration in Britain
M Pickup, EA de Rooij, C van der Linden, MJ Goodwin
Social science quarterly 102 (5), 2184-2193, 2021
Public responses to policy reversals: the case of mask usage in Canada during COVID-19
A Sheluchin, RM Johnston, C van der Linden
Canadian Public Policy 46 (S2), S119-S126, 2020
Ideological scaling of social media users: a dynamic lexicon approach
M Temporão, CV Kerckhove, C van Der Linden, Y Dufresne, ...
Political Analysis 26 (4), 457-473, 2018
The curse of dimensionality in Voting Advice Applications: reliability and validity in algorithm design
C Van der Linden, Y Dufresne
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 27 (1), 9-30, 2017
Future tense: Adapting Canadian education systems for the 21st century
FA Boudreault, J Haga, B Paylor, A Sabourin, S Thomas, ...
An Action Canada Task Force Report, 2013
The two solitudes of Canadian nativism: Explaining the absence of a competitive anti‐immigration party in Canada
J Gordon, S Jeram, C van der Linden
Nations and Nationalism 26 (4), 902-922, 2020
National identity and the flag change referendum: Examining the latent profiles underlying New Zealanders' flag change support
D Osborne, J Lees-Marshment, C Van Der Linden
New Zealand Sociology 31 (7), 19-47, 2016
Crowdsourcing the vote: New horizons in citizen forecasting
M Temporão, Y Dufresne, J Savoie, C van der Linden
International Journal of Forecasting 35 (1), 1-10, 2019
Secession: Final Frontier for International Law or Site of Realpolitik Revival
C Van Der Linden
J. Int'l L & Int'l Rel. 5, 1, 2009
Where is the EU–UK relationship heading? A conjoint survey experiment of Brexit trade-offs
S Hix, C van der Linden, J Massie, M Pickup, J Savoie
European Union Politics 24 (1), 184-205, 2023
Political marketing and management in the 2017 New Zealand election
J Lees-Marshment
Springer, 2018
Is the personal always political? Education and political knowledge strengthen the relationship between openness and conservatism.
D Osborne, Y Dufresne, G Eady, J Lees-Marshment, C Van Der Linden
Journal of Individual Differences 38 (3), 133, 2017
Understanding multilateral treaty-making as constitutive practice
A Glas, C van der Linden, MJ Hoffmann, RA Denemark
Journal of Global Security Studies 3 (3), 339-357, 2018
The moms are not alright: How coronavirus pandemic policies penalize mothers
C Van Der Linden
Brighter World 4, 2020
Realignment and voter issue preferences in Quebec’s 2018 provincial election: A conjoint experiment
J Savoie, C Van der Linden, C Breton
French Politics 18, 273-292, 2020
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