Articles

Journal articles:

Sheppard, J (2015), ‘Online petitions in Australia: Information, opportunity and gender’, Australian Journal of Political Science, 50(3): 480-495.

McAllister, I, Sheppard, J & Bean, C (2015), ‘Valence and spatial explanations for voting in the 2013 Australian election’, Australian Journal of Political Science, 50(2): 330-346.

Sheppard J (2015), Compulsory voting and political knowledge: Testing a ‘compelled engagement’ hypothesis, Electoral Studies, 40: 300–307.

Recent conference papers:

‘Foreign policy, ambivalence, and coherence: what to do with missing data’, with Dr Steven McEachern, Australian Political Studies Association annual meeting, UNSW, Sydney, September 2016.

‘Legacies of autocracy: the pre-migration backgrounds of Australian party activists’, European Consortium for Political Research general conference, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, September 2016.

‘Explaining anomalous political assimilation among immigrants to Australia’, American Political Science Association annual meeting, Philadelphia, USA, September 2016.

‘Recruitment reminder effects: how do reminder waves recruit different profiles of respondents in an online survey?’, World Association of Public Opinion Research annual conference, Austin, US, May 2016.

Compulsory voting and political knowledge: age, gender and education effects‘, Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties (Political Studies Association) conference, University of Cardiff, UK, September 2015.

The internet, participation and democratic support: an analysis of panel data‘, American Political Science Association annual meeting, San Francisco, USA, September 2015.

Measuring online and offline participation: problems and solutions from the Australian case‘, European Survey Research Association conference, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland, July 2015.