Dominance and Decline: Making Sense of Recent Canadian Elections (with E. Gidengil, A. Blais, J. Everitt and P. Fournier). Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011.
A Question of Ethics: Canadians Speak Out (with M. Mancuso, M. Atkinson and A. Blais). Toronto and London: Oxford University Press 1998: 232.
The Democratic Audit of Canada: Citizens (with E. Gidengil, A. Blais, R. Nadeau). Vancouver: UBC Press, 2004: 224.
Anatomy of a Liberal Victory: Making Sense of the 2000 Canadian Election (with A. Blais, E. Gidengil and R. Nadeau). Toronto: Broadview Press 2002: 241.
Unsteady State: The 1997 Canadian Federal Election (with A. Blais, E. Gidengil and R. Nadeau). Toronto and London: Oxford University Press 2000: 182.
The Decline of Deference: Canadian Value Change in Comparative Perspective 1981-1990, Toronto: Broadview Press, 1996: 389.
The North American Trajectory: Growing Cultural, Economic and Political Ties Between the United States, Canada and Mexico (with Ronald Inglehart and Miguel Basañez). New York and Berlin: Aldine de Gruyter, 1996: 198.
The Challenge of Direct Democracy: The 1992 Canadian Referendum (with R. Johnston, A. Blais and E. Gidengil). Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press 1996: 338.
Convergencia en Norte America: Comercio, Politica y Cultura (with R. Inglehart and M. Basañez). Mexico and Madrid: Siglo xxi 1994: 224.
New Elites in Old States: Ideologies in the Anglo-American Democracies (with Roger Gibbins). Toronto, London, New York: Oxford University Press, 1990: 209.
Chapters In Books
“The Ties that bind: Partisanship under Duress” (with Elisabeth Gidengil) in S. Holmberg and H. Oscarsson (eds.), Research Handbook on Political Partisanship. Oxford University Press. (2019).
“Explaining the Modern Gender Gap” (with A. Blais, J. Everitt, P. Fournier and E. Gidengil) in R. Lexier and T. Small (eds.), Mind the Gap: Canadian Perspectives on Gender and Politics. Fernwood Press. (2013).
“Native Born and Foreign Born Attitudes towards Receptivity and Conformity: The Canadian Case” (with S. White) in G. Freeman, R. Hansen and D. Leal (eds.), Immigration and Public Opinion in the Western Democracies, Routledge Press. 2013. 307-334.
“Citizen Expectations and Democratic Performance: The Sources and Consequences of Democratic Deficits from the Bottom Up” (with S. White) in R. Simeon and P. Lenard (eds.), Imperfect Democracies: The Democratic Deficit in Canada and the United States, UBC Press. 2012. 51-76.
“Leaders Effects and Leader Characteristics” (with R. Nadeau) in Kees Aarts, Andre Blais and Hermann Schmitt (eds.), Political Leaders & Democratic Elections, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (June 2011).
“Citizens” (with E. Gidengil, R. Nadeau and A. Blais) in Bill Cross (ed.), The Canadian Democratic Audit, Vancouver: UBC Press. 2009: 107-135.
“Patterns of Party Identification in Canada” (with J. Everitt, E. Gidengil and P. Fouriner) in H. McIvor (ed.) Elections. Edmond Montgomery Publications, 2009: 269-284.
“Policy Disagreement in Advanced Industrial States: The Content and Structure of Left-Right Orientations” (with C. Cochrane) in Hans-Dieter Klingemann, Yilmaz Esmer and Bi Puranen (eds.), Religion, Democratic Values and Political Conflict,. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 2009: 119-145.
“Socio-economic Status and Non-voting: A Cross-National Comparative Analysis” (with A. Blais, E. Gidengil and R. Nadeau) in Hans-Dieter Klingemann (ed.), The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009: 85-108.
“Economic Integration and North American Political Cultures” (with S. White) in Y. Abu-Laban, R. Jhappan, & F. Rocher (eds.), Politics in North America: Redefining Continental Relations. Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2008: 393-422.
“Délibération et changement d’opinion lors d’un sondage” (with P. Fournier, M. Turgeon, A. Blais, E. Gidengil and J. Everitt) in Yves Tillé (ed.), Méthodes de sondage : applications aux enquêtes longitudinales, à la santé, aux enquêtes électorales et aux enquêtes dans les pays en développement Proceedings of the Colloquium, Paris: Dunod, 2008: 147-52.
“Cleavages, Value Gaps and Regime Support: Evidence from Canada and 26 Other Societies” (with M. Kanji) in R. Inglehart, T. Pettersson and Y. Esmer (eds.), Changing Values, Persisting Cultures: Comparative Findings from World Values Surveys, Leiden: Brill Academic, 2008: 45-73.
“Value Change in Europe and North America: Convergence or Something Else?” (with C. Cochrane and S. White) in J. Kopstein and S. Steimo (eds.), Growing Apart? Europe and North America. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007: 53-79.
“Canada” (with C. Cochrane) in Y. Esmer and Hennie Kotze (eds.), Measuring and Mapping Cultures: 25 Years of Comparative Value Surveys. Leiden: Brill, 2007: 99-126.
“Value Change and the Dynamics of the Canadian Partisan Landscape” (with C. Cochrane) in A. Gagnon and B. Tanguay (eds.), Canadian Parties in Transition 4th Edition. Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2007: 255-275.
“Individualization in Europe and America: Connecting Religious and Moral Values” (with C. Cochrane) in Y. Esmer and T. Pettersson (eds.), Measuring and Mapping Cultures: 25 Years of Comparative Values Surveys, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2006: 99-126.
“Gender, Knowledge, and Social Capital” (with A. Blais, E. Gidengil and E. Goodyear-Grant) in Brenda O’Neill and Elisabeth Gidengil (eds.), Gender and Social Capital, New York: Routledge, 2006: 241-272.
“Do Polls Influence the Vote?” (with Andre Blais and Elizabeth Gidengil) in Henry E. Brady and Richard Johnston (eds.), Capturing Campaign Effects, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2006: 263-279.
“New Cleavages, Value Diversity and Democratic Governance,” (with M. Kanji) in J. Bickerton and A. Gagnon (eds.), Canadian Politics 4th Edition, Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2004: 79-97.
“Language and Cultural Insecurity” (with E. Gidengil, A. Blais, and R. Nadeau) in Alain G. Gagnon (ed.), Quebec: State and Society, 3rd Edition, Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press, 2004:345-367.
“Women to the Left? Gender Differences in Political Beliefs and Policy Preferences” (with E. Gidengil, A. Blais, and R. Nadeau) in, Manon Tremblay and Linda Trimble (eds.), Gender and Electoral Representation in Canada, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2003: 140-159.
“La Langue Francaise et l’Insecurité Culturelle” (with E. Gidengil, A. Blais, and R. Nadeau) in Alain-G. Gagnon (ed.), Québec Etat et Société (Tome 2) Québec: Edition Québec Amerique Inc. 2003: 389-412.
“The Changing Ideological Landscape in North America: Evidence from the World Values Surveys (1981-2000)” (with A. Bilodeau) in Rainer-Olaf Schultze and Roland Sturm (eds.), Conservative Parties and Right Wing Politics in North America: Reaping the Benefits of an Ideological Victory, Opladen: Leske & Budrich, 2003: 31-52.
“Ten Years After: Canadian Attitudes toward Continentalism” (with L. Anderson and R. Brym) in Edward J. Chambers and Peter H. Smith (eds.), NAFTA in the New Millennium, Edmonton and La Jolla: University of Alberta Press and Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California, Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2002: 185-212.
“Priming and Campaign Context: Evidence from Recent Canadian Elections” (with E. Gidengil, A. Blais, and R. Nadeau) in David Ferrell, Reudiger, Schmitt-Beck (eds.), Do Political Campaigns Matter? Campaign Effects in Elections and Referendums, London: Routledge, 2002: 76-91.
“Value Change and Reorientation in Citizen-State Relations” in Neil Nevitte (ed.), Value Change and Governance in Canada, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002: 3-35.
“Language and Cultural Insecurity” (with E. Gidengil, A. Blais, and R. Nadeau) in Alain-G. Gagnon (ed.), Quebec: State and Society (3rd edition), Scarborough, Ont.: Nelson Canada, 2002: 345-368.
“Changes in the Party System and Anti-Party Sentiment.” (with A. Blais, E. Gidengil, and R. Nadeau) in William Cross (ed.), Political Parties, Representation, and Electoral Democracy in Canada, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2002: 68-86.
“Do Party Supporters Differ?” (with A. Blais, E. Gidengil, and R. Nadeau) in Joanna Everitt and Brenda O’Neil (eds.), Citizen Politics; Research and Theory in Canadian Political Behavior, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2002: 184-201.
“Canadian Political Culture and Value Change” (with M. Kanji) in Joanna Everitt and Brenda O’Neil (eds.), Citizen Politics; Research and Theory in Canadian Political Behavior, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2002: 56-73.
“Perceptions of Party Competence in the 1997 Election” (with R. Nadeau, A. Blais, E. Gidengil) in Hugh Thorburn and Alan Whitehorn (eds.), Party Politics in Canada, Toronto: Prentice Hall, 2001:413-430.
“Domestic Electoral Monitoring: The Practical Lessons” (with S. Canton) in Kevin J. Middlebrook (ed.), Electoral Observation and Democratic Transitions in Latin America, La Jolla: University of California Press, 1998:33-52.
“Trinational Relations” (with M. Basañez) in Robert A. Pastor and Rafael Fernandez de Castro (eds.), The Controversial Pivot: The U.S. Congress and North America, Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 1998:145-179.
“Political Values, Identification, Participation and Value Change” (with L. Halman) in L. Halman and N. Nevitte (eds.), Political Value Change in Western Democracies, Tilburg: Tilburg University Press, 1997: 1-14.
“Tolerance and Intolerance in Advanced Industrial States” in L. Halman and N. Nevitte (eds.), Political Value Change in Western Democracies, Tilburg: Tilburg University Press, 1997: 59-79.
“Unpacking Environmental Orientations: Deep or Superficial” (with M. Kanji) in L. Halman and N. Nevitte (eds.), Political Value Change in Western Democracies, Tilburg: Tilburg University Press, 1997: 285-309.
“New Trading Partners: What Survey Research Reveals about Canadians and Mexicans” in Roderic Ai Camp (ed.), Polling for Democracy: Public Opinion and Political Liberalization in Mexico, Wilmington, De.: Scholarly Resources Books, 1996: 107-130.
“North American Value Change and Integration: Lessons from Europe,” (with R. Inglehart) in Ruud de Moor (ed.), Values in Western Societies, Tilburg, Netherlands: Tilburg University Press, 1996: 107-136.
“Bringing Values `Back In’: Value Change and North American Integration” in Donald Barry (ed.), Toward a North American Community? Canada, and the United States and Mexico, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1995: 185-210.
“Directions of Value Change in North America” (with Ronald Inglehart and Miguel Basañez) in Stephen J. Randall and Herman W. Konrad (eds.), NAFTA in Transition, Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1995: 329-344.
“Promoting Continental Trade: NAFTA Why Now?” in B. McPhail (ed.), NAFTA Now! The Changing Political Economy of North America, Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995: 27-48.
“Have Publics Become More Tolerant?” in Juan Diez Nicolas and Ronald Inglehart (eds.), World Trends in Social and Political Values, Madrid: Fundesco, 1994: 285-308.
“The People and the Charlottetown Accord” (with R. Johnston, A. Blais and E. Gidengil) in Ronald L. Watts and Douglas M. Brown (eds.), Canada: the State of the Federation, 1993, Kingston, ON: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations: 19-43.
“Directions of Value Change in North America” (with R. Inglehart and M. Basañez) in S. Randall (ed.), North America Without Borders, Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1992: 245-260.
“The Greening of the Canadian Electorate: Environmentalism, Ideology and Partisanship” (with H. Bakvis) in Robert Boardman (ed.), Canadian Environmental Policy: Ecosystems, Politics and Process, Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press, 1992: 144-163.
“The Dynamics of Canadian Political Culture(s)” in Robert M. and R.H. Wagenburg (eds.), Introductory Readings in Canadian Government and Politics, Krause, Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1991: 1- 23.
“New Politics, The Charter and Political Participation,” in Herman Bakvis (ed.), Representation, Integration and Political Parties in Canada, Toronto: Dundurn Press, vol. 14, Report of the Royal Commission on Electoral Change and Party Financing, 1991: 355-417.
“New Politics,” in M.O. Dickerson, T.E. Flanagan and N. Nevitte (eds.), Introductory Readings in Government and Politics, Scarborough, ON: Nelson Canada, third edition, 1991: 161-170.
“Analyzing Communal Conflict: A Theoretical Perspective,” in Y. Malik and D. Vajpeyi (eds.), Religious and Ethnic Minorities in South Asia, Washington: Riverdale Press, 1989: 1-17.
“Regionalism in Britain: An Exploratory Analysis of the Attitude Structures of British Youth Elites,” Social Research Monograph #29, University College, Cardiff, 1988: 43.
“Structural Factors in the Conservative Resurgence,” (with J. Smith and A. Kornberg), in F.B. Cooper et al. (eds.), The Resurgence of Conservatism in Anglo-American Democracies Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1988: 25-53.
“The Analysis of Politics of Preference in Developing States,” in Nevitte and Kennedy eds., Ethnic Preference and Public Policy in Developing States (with C.H. Kennedy), Boulder, CO; Lynn Rienner Press, 1986: 1-14.
“Minorities as an Attitudinal Phenomenon: A Cross National Analysis,” Minorities and the Canadian State (with R. Gibbins), in Nevitte and Kornberg (eds.), Toronto, ON: Mosaic, 1985: 257-273.
“The Evolution of Quebec Nationalism,” (with F.-P. Gingras) in A. Gagnon (ed.), Quebec: State and Society in Crisis, Toronto: Methuen, 1984: 2-14, revised and reprinted in Paul Fox and Graham White (eds.), Politics: Canada (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson), sixth edition, 1987: 243-53, seventh edition, 1991.
“Nationalism and Modernity,” (with E. Tiryakian) in R. Rogowski and E. Tiryakian (eds.), New Nationalisms of the Developed West, London: Allen and Unwin, 1984: 57-86.
“Religion and Nationalism in Scotland, Wales and Quebec,” in R. Rogowski and E. Tiryakian (eds.), New Nationalisms of the Developed West, London: Allen and Unwin, 1984: 337-368.
“Le Réalignement partisan fédéral-provincial,” in J. Crete (ed.), Le Comportement electoral au Québec, Gaetan Morin Ltée., 1984: 243-277.
“Religion, Values and Contemporary Nationalism,” (with F.-P. Gingras), in K. Courtis, J. Pelletier and J. Zylberberg (eds.), Socializations et Ideologies, Quebec: Laval University Press, 1983: 197- 231.
“Nationalism in Quebec: Transition in Ideology and Political Support,” in A. Kornberg and H. Clarke (eds.), Political Support in Canada, Durham N.C.: Duke University Press, 1983: 293-322.
“A Typology of Nationalism,” in Dickerson, Flanagan and Nevitte, (eds.), Introductory Readings in Government and Politics, Toronto: Methuen, 1983: 116-125.
“Nationalism and Religions: The Theoretical Link,” Occasional Papers Series, University of Ottawa, 1980.
“Nationalism, States and Nations,” in The Future of North America: Canada, the United States and Quebec Nationalism, Feldman and Nevitte (eds.), Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980: 343-359.