Gay, Claudine, Jennifer Hochschild, and Ariel White. 2016. “Americans’ Belief in Linked Fate: Does the Measure Capture the Concept?”. Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 1 (1) : 117-144.
Ariel White and Mayya Komisarchik are working on a project about the US Supreme Court’s 2013 decision invalidating some parts of the Voting Rights Act. Advocates feared that these changes would do irreparable harm to minority voting rights and political participation, while the court majority argued that the protections were outdated and no longer needed. The research project collects administrative data on voting and election administration to see what has happened since the court’s decision.
Ariel White (with co-authors Bocar Ba, Jacob Kaplan, and Jonathan Mummolo) uses a database of social media posts by police officers to see whether racist or violent behavior online is predictive of officers’ on-the-job behavior (as measured through public complaints and disciplinary records).
Faller, Julie, Noah Nathan, and Ariel White. 2015. “What Do I Need to Vote? Bureaucratic Discretion and Discrimination by Local Election Officials.” American Political Science Review 109 (1): 129-142
White, Ariel. 2016. “When Threat Mobilizes: Immigration Enforcement and Latino Voter Turnout”. Political Behavior 38 (2): 355-382.