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Wessler, Hartmut (2019): Three entry points for a deliberative theory of emotions. [Lubral 2019 - II International Symposium on Philosophy and Communication: Luso-Brazilian-German, Covilha, June 26th to June 29th, 2019] more
Wessler, Hartmut (2019): Which norms of public communication apply in autocratic contexts?. [Workshop "Theorizing Publics under Authoritarian Rule", Berlin, June 19th to June 21st, 2019] more
Wetzel, Anne (2019): Decentralization in Ukraine and "Bottom-Up" European Integration?. [Sixteenth EUSA International Biennial Conference, Denver, CO, May 09th to May 11th, 2019] more
Wetzel, Anne (2019): Section Commentary. Asylum and International Protection. Pp. 330-336 in: Agnieszka Weinar, Saskia Bonjour, Lyubov Zhyznomirska (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of Migration in Europe. London: Routledge. more
Willumsen, David M., Christian Stecker and Klaus H. Goetz (2019): Do electoral district size and diversity affect legislative behaviour?. Australian Journal of Political Science, 54, issue 1, pp. 37-64. more
Wingen, Tobias, Jana Berkessel and Birte Englich (2019): Public trust in psychology in light of the replication crisis. [International Convention of Psychological Science, Paris, March 07th to March 09th, 2019] more
Wozniak, Antal, Julia Lück and Hartmut Wessler (2019): The episodic nature of global public spheres: The UN Climate Change Conferences and the transnationalization of media debates. [69th Annual ICA Conference, Washington, DC, May 24th to May 28th, 2019] more
Wulff, Dirk U., Jonas M. B. Haslbeck, Pascal J. Kieslich, Felix Henninger and Michael Schulte-Mecklenbeck (2019): Mouse-tracking: Detecting types in movement trajectories. Pp. 131-145 in: Michael Schulte-Mecklenbeck, Anton Kühberger, Joseph G. Johnson (Eds.) A Handbook of Process Tracing Methods. 2nd ed., New York, NY: Routledge. more
Wuttke, Alexander (2019): New political parties through the voters’ eyes. West European Politics, 43, issue 1, pp. 22-48. more
Wuttke, Alexander (2019): Why Too Many Political Science Findings Cannot be Trusted and What We Can Do About It: A Review of Meta-Scientific Research and a Call for Institutional Reform. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 60, issue 1, pp. 1-19. more

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