Journal articles in press (ordered by input date)

(In many cases published online before print. Klick » more for details.)

Mader, Matthias, and Harald Schoen (In Press): Stability of National-Identity Content: Level, Predictors, and Implications. Political Psychology, (publ. online before print). more
Lee, Melissa, Nan Zhang and Tilmann Herchenröder (In Press): From Pluribus to Unum? The Civil War and Imagined Sovereignty in Nineteenth-Century America. American Political Science Review, (publ. online before print). more
Auer, Daniel, Didier Ruedin and Eva van Belle (In Press): No sign of increased ethnic discrimination during a crisis: evidence from the Covid-19 pandemic. Socio-Economic Review, (publ. online before print). more
Stoetzer, Lukas, Lucas Leemann and Richard Traunmüller (In Press): Learning From Polls during Electoral Campaigns. Political Behavior, (publ. online before print). more
Murr, Andreas, Richard Traunmüller and Jeff Gill (In Press): Computing quantities of interest and their uncertainty using Bayesian simulation. Political Science Research and Methods, (publ. online before print). more
Stoetzer, Lukas, Simon Munzert, Will Lowe, Başak Çalı, Anita R. Gohdes, Marc Helbling, Rahsaan Maxwell and Richard Traunmüller (In Press): Affective partisan polarization and moral dilemmas during the COVID-19 pandemic. Political Science Research and Methods, (publ. online before print). more
Bucher, Hannah, Anne-Kathrin Stroppe, Axel M. Burger, Thorsten Faas, Harald Schoen, Marc Debus, Sigrid Roßteutscher, Denis Cohen, Robert Huber, Michael Jankowski, Melvin John, Jan Menzner, Christian Schimpf, Christian Schnaudt, Nils D. Steiner, Richard Traunmüller, Fabienne Unkelbach, Vera Vogel, Carsten Wegscheider, Robert Welz and Alexander Wuttke (In Press): Special Issue Conclusion: The GLES Open Science Challenge 2021 in Hindsight: Experiences Gained and Lessons Learned. Politische Vierteljahresschrift: PVS, (publ. online before print). more
Menzner, Jan, and Richard Traunmüller (In Press): Subjective Freedom of Speech: Why Do Citizens Think They Cannot Speak Freely?. Politische Vierteljahresschrift: PVS, (publ. online before print). more
Trappmann, Mark, Georg-Christoph Haas, Sonja Malich, Florian Keusch, Sebastian Bähr, Frauke Kreuter and Stefan Schwarz (In Press): Augmenting survey data with digital trace data: Is there a threat to panel retention?. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, (publ. online before print). more
Freudenthaler, Rainer, and Hartmut Wessler (In Press): How Alternative Are Alternative Media? Analyzing Speaker and Topic Diversity in Mainstream and Alternative Online Outlets. Digital Journalism, (publ. online before print). more