Joseph A. Aistrup
Joseph A. Aistrup
Professor of Political Science, Auburn University
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The southern strategy revisited: Republican top-down advancement in the South
JA Aistrup
University Press of Kentucky, 2014
Endogenizing culture in sustainability science research and policy
MM Caldas, MR Sanderson, M Mather, MD Daniels, JS Bergtold, J Aistrup, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (27), 8157-8159, 2015
Constituency diversity and party competition: A county and state level analysis
JA Aistrup
Political Research Quarterly 57 (2), 267-281, 2004
Climate change beliefs in an agricultural context: what is the role of values held by farming and non-farming groups?
MR Sanderson, JS Bergtold, JL Heier Stamm, MM Caldas, SM Ramsey, ...
Climatic Change 150, 259-272, 2018
State legislative party competition: A county-level measure
JA Aistrup
Political Research Quarterly 46 (2), 433-446, 1993
Evaluating environmental change and behavioral decision-making for sustainability policy using an agent-based model: A case study for the Smoky Hill River Watershed, Kansas
G Granco, JLH Stamm, JS Bergtold, MD Daniels, MR Sanderson, ...
Science of the Total Environment 695, 133769, 2019
The 1989 elections to the congress of people's deputies in Moscow
B Kiernan, J Aistrup
Soviet Studies 43 (6), 1049-1064, 1991
Kansas Politics and Government: The Clash of Political Cultures
HE Flentje, JA Aistrup
U of Nebraska Press, 2010
Southern Political Exceptionalism? Presidential Voting in the South and Non‐South*
JA Aistrup
Social Science Quarterly 91 (4), 906-927, 2010
Republican contestation of US State Senate elections in the South
JA Aistrup
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 227-245, 1990
Hyper-extractive counties in the US: A coupled-systems approach
JA Aistrup, LJ Kulcsár, JA Mauslein, S Beach, DR Steward
Applied geography 37, 88-100, 2013
Racism, Resentment, and Regionalism: The South and the Nation in the 2008 Presidential Election
JA Airstrup
American Review of Politics 32, 131-154, 2011
Top-Down Republican Party Development in the South: A Test of Schlesinger’s Theory
JA Aistrup
annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, 1989
Conserving the Ogallala Aquifer in southwestern Kansas: From the wells to people, a holistic coupled natural–human model
JA Aistrup, T Bulatewicz, LJ Kulcsar, JM Peterson, SM Welch, DR Steward
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (12), 6167-6183, 2017
The Legacy of Race in 2008
JA Aistrup, EF Kisangani, RL Piri
Presidential Election in the South: Putting, 233-50, 2008
The Value of Ogallala Aquifer Water in Southwest Kansas
P Gilson, B Zollinger, JA Aistrup, J Heinrichs
Fort Hays State University, the Docking Institute of Public Affairs, Center …, 2001
Defining the available labor pool: The Kansas labor force survey
JA Aistrup, B Zollinger, MS Walker
Economic Development Quarterly 17 (3), 220-239, 2003
Water and society: Interdisciplinary education in natural resources
LJ Kulcsar, JA Aistrup, T Bulatewicz, JM Peterson, SM Welch, DR Steward
Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education 158 (1), 120-131, 2016
Structured Partisan Competition: A Vote Shares Model of Party Alignments and Realignments
J Aistrup
Social science quarterly 93 (3), 750-778, 2012
Dobbs, American Federalism, and State Abortion Policymaking: Restrictive Policies Alongside Expansion of Reproductive Rights
MK Mayer, JC Morris, JA Aistrup, RB Anderson, RC Kenter
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 53 (3), 378-404, 2023
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