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Baumann, Markus, Marc Debus und Martin Gross (In Press): Strategic issue emphasis in parties’ election campaign statements. Party Politics. mehr
Bäck, Hanna, und Marc Debus (In Press): Personalized versus partisan representation in the speeches of migrant Members of Parliament in the German Bundestag. Ethnic and Racial Studies . mehr
Braun, Daniela, Sebastian Adrian Popa und Hermann Schmitt (2019): Responding to the crisis: Eurosceptic parties of the left and right and their changing position towards the European Union. European Journal of Political Research, 58, Heft 3, S. 797-819. mehr
Breznau, Nate, und Carola Hommerich (2019): The limits of inequality: Public support for social policy across rich democracies. International Journal of Social Welfare, 28, Heft 2, S. 138-151. mehr
Bruch, Christian (2019): Applying the rescaling bootstrap under imputation: a simulation study. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 89, Heft 4, S. 641-659. mehr
Bräuninger, Thomas, Marc Debus, Jochen Müller und Christian Stecker (2019): Party Competition and Government Formation in Germany: Business as Usual or New Patterns?. German Politics, 28, Heft 1, S. 80-100. mehr
Bäck, Hanna, und Marc Debus (2019): When do Women Speak? A Comparative Analysis of the Role of Gender in Legislative Debates. Political Studies, 67, Heft 3, S. 576–596. mehr
Bäck, Hanna, Markus Baumann und Marc Debus (2019): Coordination of legislative speech in times of crisis: Youth unemployment and debates on redistributive policies in the Swedish Riksdag, 1994–2014. International Journal of Social Welfare, 28, Heft 4, S. 404-417. mehr
Bäck, Hanna, Markus Baumann, Marc Debus und Jochen Müller (2019): The Unequal Distribution of Speaking Time in Parliamentary-Party Groups. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 44, Heft 1, S. 163-193. mehr
Chan, Chung-hong, Junior Zhu, Cassius Chow und King-Wa Fu (2019): The intertwined cyberbalkanizations of Facebook pages and their audience: an analysis of Facebook pages and their audience during the 2014 Hong Kong Occupy Movement. Journal of Computational Social Science, 2, Heft 2, S. 183–205. mehr

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