Sarah Allen Gershon
Langdale Hall 1014
Education: Ph.D. Arizona State University 2008
Research Interests: Media and Politics, Gender Politics, and Race and Ethnicity.
Taylor, J. Benjamin, Sarah Allen Gershon, and Adrian D. Pantoj. 2014. "Christian America? Understanding the Link between Church and Attitudes among Latino Immigrants" Politics & Religion, 7:2:339-365.
Gershon, Sarah Allen and Adrian D. Pantoja. 2014. "Pessimists, Optimists, and Skeptics: The Consequences of Transnational Ties for Latino Immigrant Naturalization" Social Science Quarterly 95:2:328-342.
Gershon, Sarah Allen. 2013. "Media Coverage of Minority Congresswomen and Voter Evaluations: Evidence from an Online Experimental Study" Political Research Quarterly 66:3:702-714.
Gershon, Sarah Allen. 2012. "Press Secretaries, Journalists, and Editors: Shaping Local Congressional News Coverage" Political Communication 29:2:160-183.
Gershon, Sarah Allen. 2012. "When Race, Gender and the Media Intersect: Campaign News Coverage of Minority Congresswomen" Journal of Women, Politics and Policy 33:2:105-125.
"Communicating Female and Minority Interests Online: A Study of Website Issue Discussion among Female, Latino and African American Members of Congress." 2008. International Journal of Press/Politics 13:2:120-140.
"Capturing the Power of a Campaign Event: The 2004 Presidential Debate in Tempe." (with Pat Kenney, Kim Fridkin, Karen Shafer and Gina Woodall) 2007. Journal of Politics 69:3:770-785.
"Political Orientations and Naturalization Among Latino and Latina Immigrants." (with Adrian Pantoja) 2006. Social Science Quarterly 87:5:247-263.