Journal articles in press (ordered by input date)

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

Gross, Martin, Jochen Müller, Christian Stecker and Marc Debus (In Press): Navigating complexity: exploring the changing dynamics of coalition avoidance in Germany, 1946-2023. Regional and Federal Studies, (publ. online before print). more
Poertner, Mathias, and Nan Zhang (In Press): The Effects of Combating Corruption on Institutional Trust and Political Engagement: Evidence from Latin America. Political Science Research and Methods, (publ. online before print). more
Berger, Valentin T. Z., and Felix Jäger (In Press): Do electoral candidates reflect or select campaign issues? The influence of electoral manifestos on online communication. Party Politics, (publ. online before print). more
Auer, Daniel, Lea Portmann and Thomas Tichelbaecker (In Press): Electoral Discrimination, Party Rationale, and the Underrepresentation of Immigrant-Origin Politicians. American Journal of Political Science, (publ. online before print). more
Jakob, Julia, Chung-hong Chan, Timo Dobbrick and Hartmut Wessler (In Press): Discourse integration in positional online news reader comments: Patterns of responsiveness across types of democracy, digital platforms, and perspective camps. New Media & Society, (publ. online before print). more
Kuhlemann, Jana (In Press): Linking refugees’ time perceptions and their time use. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, (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
Ehrlich, Ulrike, Nadiya Kelle, Daniela Klaus and Katja Möhring (In Press): How did the COVID-19 pandemic impact the wellbeing of family care-givers? A longitudinal study of older adults in Germany. Ageing and Society, (publ. online before print). more
Dollmann, Jörg, Sabrina Jasmin Mayer, Almuth Lietz, Madeleine Siegel and Jonas Köhler (In Press): DeZIM.panel – Data for Germany’s Post-Migrant Society. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, 243, issue 1, pp. 93-108. more
Struminskaya, Bella, Peter Lugtig, Florian Keusch and Jan Karem Höhne (In Press): Augmenting Surveys With Data From Sensors and Apps: Opportunities and Challenges. Social Science Computer Review, (publ. online before print). more

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