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Melina R. Platas
Melina R. Platas
Assistant Professor of Political Science, New York University Abu Dhabi
E-mail megerősítve itt: nyu.edu - Kezdőlap
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COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and hesitancy in low and middle income countries, and implications for messaging
JSS Arce, SS Warren, NF Meriggi, A Scacco, N McMurry, M Voors, ...
Nature Medicine 27, 1385–1394, 2021
348*2021
Perspective taking can promote short-term inclusionary behavior toward Syrian refugees
CL Adida, A Lo, MR Platas
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (38), 9521-9526, 2018
120*2018
Voter information campaigns and political accountability: Cumulative findings from a preregistered meta-analysis of coordinated trials
T Dunning, G Grossman, M Humphreys, SD Hyde, C McIntosh, G Nellis, ...
Science advances 5 (7), eaaw2612, 2019
692019
Ebola, elections, and immigration: how politicizing an epidemic can shape public attitudes
CL Adida, KY Dionne, M R. Platas
Politics, Groups, and Identities 8 (3), 488-514, 2020
442020
Crowdsourcing Accountability: ICT for Service Delivery
G Grossman, MR Platas, J Rodden
World Development 112, 74-87, 2018
372018
Americans preferred Syrian refugees who are female, English-speaking, and Christian on the eve of Donald Trump’s election
CL Adida, A Lo, MR Platas
PloS one 14 (10), e0222504, 2019
332019
Closing the Gap: Information and Mass Support in a Dominant Party Regime
M Platas, P Raffler
Journal of Politics, 2020
32*2020
Aid externalities: evidence from PEPFAR in Africa
MM Lee, MP Izama
World Development 67, 281-294, 2015
262015
It Takes a Village: Peer Effects and Externalities in Technology Adoption
R Ferrali, G Grossman, M Platas, J Rodden
American Journal of Political Science, 2019
25*2019
Muslim education in Africa: Trends and attitudes toward faith-based schools
MP Izama
The Review of Faith & International Affairs 12 (2), 38-50, 2014
242014
Family matters: How immigrant histories can promote inclusion
S Williamson, CL Adida, A Lo, MR Platas, L Prather, SH Werfel
American Political Science Review 115 (2), 686-693, 2021
18*2021
Viral voting: Social networks and political participation
N Eubank, G Grossman, M Platas, J Rodden
Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 2020
16*2020
Africa’s health tragedy? Ethnic diversity and health outcomes
MR Platas
Prepared for delivery at the Winter, 17-18, 2010
162010
Religion, family structure, and the perpetuation of female genital cutting in Egypt
L Blaydes, MR Platas
Journal of Demographic Economics 86 (3), 305-328, 2020
15*2020
Culture and the persistence of educational inequality: Lessons from the muslim–christian education gap in africa
MR Platas
New York University Abu Dhabi Working Paper, 2018
122018
Muslim education in sub-saharan africa
MP Izama
Kampala: AALIMS Graduate Workshop, 2013
102013
Candidate videos and vote choice in Ugandan parliamentary elections
M Platas, P Raffler
Metaketa I: Information, Accountability, and Cumulative Learning, 2019
9*2019
Political information and electoral choices: A pre-meta-analysis plan
T Dunning, G Grossman, M Humphreys, S Hyde, C McIntosh, C Adida, ...
EGAP Experimental Design Registry, retrievable from http://egap. org …, 2015
92015
“If we move, it moves with us:” Physical distancing in Africa during COVID-19
C Bicalho, MR Platas, LR Rosenzweig
World Development 142, 105379, 2021
62021
Legacies of Islamic Rule in Africa: Colonial Responses and Contemporary Development
V Bauer, MR Platas, JM Weinstein
World Development 152, 105750, 2022
32022
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