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Moy, Patricia, David Tewksbury und Eike Mark Rinke (2016): Agenda-setting, priming, and framing. S. 52-64 in: Klaus Bruhn Jensen, Robert T. Craig (Hrsg.) The international encyclopedia of communication theory and philosophy. Chichester: Wiley. mehr
Munzert, Simon (2016): Scrutinizing the Myth of Adolf Hitler as a Consummate Campaigner. [6th Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association, Brussels, 23. bis 25. Juni 2016] mehr
Munzert, Simon (2016): Using Wikipedia Article Traffic Volume to Measure Public Issue Attention. [6th Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association, Brussels, 23. bis 25. Juni 2016] mehr
Möhring, Katja (2016): Life course regimes in Europe: The structure of individual life courses in comparative perspective. Journal of European Social Policy, 26, Heft 2, S. 124–139. mehr
Naczyk, Marek, und Stefan Domonkos (2016): The financial crisis and varieties of pension privatization reversals in Eastern Europe. Governance, 29, Heft 2, S. 167-184. mehr
Naumann, Elias, Christopher Buss und Johannes Bähr (2016): How Unemployment Experience Affects Support for the Welfare State: A Real Panel Approach. European Sociological Review, 32, Heft 1, S. 81-92. mehr
Newton, Kenneth, und Jan W. van Deth (2016): Foundations of Comparative Politics. Democracies of the Modern World. 3. Aufl., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Cambridge Textbooks in Comparative Politics] mehr
Nulty, Paul, Yannis Theocharis, Sebastian Adrian Popa, Olivier Parnet und Kenneth Benoit (2016): Social media and political communication in the 2014 elections to the European Parliament. Electoral Studies, 44, Heft December, S. 429–444. mehr
Paasch, Jana, und Christian Stecker (2016): Backbenchers to the Front? Parliamentary Questions in National Parliaments as a Communicative Instrument in EU Affairs. [3rd General Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments, Munich, 30. Juni bis 02. Juli 2016] mehr
Pink, Sebastian (2016): Social Interaction and Fertility - A Simulation Approach. [Agent Based Modelling across Social Science, Economics, and Philosophy, Universität Bamberg, 21. bis 22. Oktober 2016] mehr

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