P. Strach
P. Strach
Professor of Political Science and Public Administration & Policy, UAlbany
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Gender, context, and television advertising: A comprehensive analysis of 2000 and 2002 House races
V Sapiro, K Cramer Walsh, P Strach, V Hennings
Political Research Quarterly 64 (1), 107-119, 2011
All in the family: The private roots of American public policy
P Strach
Stanford University Press, 2007
In a different voice? Explaining the use of men and women as voice-over announcers in political advertising
P Strach, K Zuber, EF Fowler, TN Ridout, K Searles
Political Communication 32 (2), 183-205, 2015
Making higher education affordable: Policy design in postwar America
P Strach
Journal of Policy History 21 (1), 61-88, 2009
The effects of men’s and women’s voices in political advertising
K Searles, EF Fowler, TN Ridout, P Strach, K Zuber
Journal of Political Marketing 19 (3), 301-329, 2020
The politics of family
P Strach
Polity 38 (2), 151-173, 2006
Doing gender in congressional campaign advertisements
V Sapiro, KC Walsh, K Goldstein, P Strach
Prepared for the annual meeting of the International Society of Political …, 2002
The state’s relations: What the institution of family tells us about governance
P Strach, KS Sullivan
Political Research Quarterly 64 (1), 94-106, 2011
The garbage problem: Corruption, innovation, and capacity in four American cities, 1890–1940
P Strach, K Sullivan, E Pérez-Chiqués
Studies in American Political Development 33 (2), 209-233, 2019
Hiding politics in plain sight: cause marketing, corporate influence, and breast cancer policymaking
P Strach
Oxford University Press, 2016
Campaigning for congress in the “9/11” era: Considerations of gender and party in response to an exogenous shock
P Strach, V Sapiro
American Politics Research 39 (2), 264-290, 2011
Competing emergencies: a policy analysis of the opioid epidemic during COVID-19
E Pérez-Chiqués, P Strach, K Zuber
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 23 (1), 85-94, 2021
The medium and the message: television advertising and American elections
KM Goldstein, P Strach
(No Title), 2004
The state (s) of health: federalism and the implementation of health reform in the context of HIV care
EG Martin, P Strach, BR Schackman
Public Administration Review 73 (s1), S94-S103, 2013
Why policies fail: The illusion of services in the opioid epidemic
P Strach, K Zuber, E Pérez-Chiqués
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 45 (2), 341-364, 2020
Gender practice as political practice: Cancer, culture, and identity
P Strach
Politics, Groups, and Identities 1 (2), 247-250, 2013
Applied Work-Based Learning at the State University of New York: Situating SUNY Works and Studying Effects.
A Wagner, R Sun, K Zuber, P Strach
Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, 2015
Internships and applied work‐based learning experiences in higher education
A Wagner, P Strach
New Directions for Higher Education 2019 (188), 51-59, 2019
Dirty politics: Public employees, private contractors, and the development of nineteenth-century trash collection in Pittsburgh and New Orleans
P Strach, K Sullivan
Social Science History 39 (3), 387-407, 2015
What’s Wrong with Us? Sexual Misconduct and the Discipline of Political Science
P Strach
Me Too Political Science, 7-20, 2020
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