Department of Political Science, Queens College

Keena Lipsitz and John Geer. Forthcoming. "Rethinking the Concept of Negativity: An Empirical Approach." Political Research Quarterly"PDF Online Appendix Replication Data

Keena Lipsitz. 2013. “Issue Convergence is Nothing More than Issue Convergence.” Political Research Quarterly 66(4): 842-854. PDF

Keena Lipsitz and Costas Panagopoulos. 2011. “Filled Coffers: Campaign Contributions and Contributors in the 2008 Election.” Journal of Political Marketing 10(1): 43-57. PDF

Keena Lipsitz and Jeremy Teigen. 2010. “Orphan Counties and the Effect of Irrelevant Advertising on Turnout in Statewide Races.” Political Communication 27(2): 178-198. PDF

John Sides, Keena Lipsitz, and Matt Grossman. 2010. “Do Voters Perceive Negative Campaigns as Informative Campaigns?” American Politics Research 38(3): 502-530. PDF

Keena Lipsitz. 2009. “The Consequences of Battleground and Spectator State Residency for Political Participation,” Political Behavior 31(2): 187-209. PDF

Keena Lipsitz, Christine Trost, Matt Grossman, and John Sides. 2005. “What Voters Want from Political Campaign Communication,” Political Communication 22(3): 337-354.PDF

Keena Lipsitz. 2004. “Democratic Theory and Political Campaigns,” Journal of Political Philosophy 12(2): 163-189. PDF

David Menefee-Libey, Benjamin Diehl, Keena Lipsitz, and Nadia Rahimtoola. 1997. “The Historic Separation of Schools from City Politics,” Education and Urban Society 29 (4): 453-473. PDF