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Shore, Jennifer (2020): How social policy impacts inequalities in political efficacy. Sociology Compass, 14, Heft 5, S. e12784. mehr
Shore, Jennifer (2020): Singled Out or Drawn In? Social Polices and Lone Mothers’ Political Engagement. Politics & Gender, 16, Heft 2, S. 471-497. mehr
Stecker, Christian (2020): Wie Koalitionsdisziplin den parlamentarischen Mehrheitswillen blockieren kann. GWP – Gesellschaft. Wirtschaft. Politik, 69, Heft 1, S. 71-77. mehr
Tonoyan, Vartuhi, Robert Strohmeyer und Jennifer E. Jennings (2020): Gender Gaps in Perceived Start-up Ease: Implications of Sex-based Labor Market Segregation for Entrepreneurship across 22 European Countries. Administrative Science Quarterly, 65, Heft 1, S. 181-225. mehr
Tuttnauer, Or (2020): Government–opposition relations in a fragmented, personalized, and multidimensional setting: The case of Israel. Party Politics, 26, Heft 2, S. 203-214. mehr
Tuttnauer, Or, und Avital Friedman (2020): Unnatural partners: coalescence in Israeli local government. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 30, Heft 3, S. 358-378. mehr
Weber, Hannes (2020): How well can the migration component of regional population change be predicted? A machine learning approach applied to German municipalities. Comparative Population Studies, 45, S. 143-178. mehr
Welbers, Kasper, Wouter van Atteveldt, Chung-hong Chan, Hartmut Wessler und Scott Althaus (2020): Suspect by Association: Untangling Semantic Relations Between Muslim Communities and Terrorism in the News. [70th Annual International Communication Association Conference, Virtual Conference, 20. bis 26. Mai 2020] mehr
Welbers, Kasper, Wouter van Atteveldt, Scott Althaus, Hartmut Wessler, Joseph Bajjalieh, Chung-hong Chan und Marc Jungblut (2020): Media Portrayal of Terrorist Events: Using Computational Text Analysis to Link News Items to the Global Terrorism Database. [70th Annual International Communication Association Conference, Virtual Conference, 20. bis 26. Mai 2020] mehr
Wingen, Tobias, Jana Berkessel und Birte Englich (2020): No Replication, no Trust? How Low Replicability Influences Trust in Psychology. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 11, Heft 2, S. 454–463. mehr

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