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Dollmann, Jörg, Irena Kogan und Markus Weißmann (2021): Causes and (social) consequences of foreign accents. [Higher seminar in bilingualism research at Stockholm University, (virtual), 09. Februar 2021] mehr
Dollmann, Jörg, Irena Kogan und Markus Weißmann (2021): When your accent betrays you. The role of foreign accents in school-to-work transition of ethnic minority youth in Germany. [18th IMISCOE Annual Conference: Crossing borders, connecting cultures, (virtual conference), 07. bis 09. Juli 2021] mehr
Dollmann, Jörg, Jan O. Jonsson, Carina Mood und Frida Rudolphi (2021): Ethnic gaps in Swedish upper secondary school completion: Is 'immigrant optimism' the problem?. Ithaca, NY [SocArXiv papers] mehr
Dollmann, Jörg, Sabrina Mayer und Mariel McKone Leonard (2021): Setting Up An Online Access Panel Of People Of Immigrant Origin In Germany. [ESRA 2021 conference, (virtual conference), 02. bis 23. Juli 2021] mehr
Ezrow, Lawrence, Tobias Böhmelt, Roni Lehrer und Hugh Ward (2021): Follow the foreign leader? Why following foreign incumbents is an effective electoral strategy. Party Politics, 27, Heft 4, S. 716–729. mehr
Fazekas, Zoltán, Sebastian Adrian Popa, Hermann Schmitt, Pablo Barberá und Yannis Theocharis (2021): Elite‐public interaction on twitter: EU issue expansion in the campaign. European Journal of Political Research, 60, Heft 2, S. 376-396. mehr
Gerdon, Frederic Markus, Helen Nissenbaum, Ruben L. Bach, Frauke Kreuter und Stefan Zins (2021): Individual Acceptance of Using Health Data for Private and Public Benefit: Changes During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Harvard Data Science Review, Heft Special Issue 1: Covid-19, (e-only). mehr
Gerdon, Frederic, Helen Nissenbaum, Ruben L. Bach, Frauke Kreuter und Stefan Zins (2021): Individual Acceptance of Using Health Data for Private and Public Benefit: Changes During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Harvard Data Science Review, Special issue "COVID-19: Unprecedented Challenges and Chances", Heft 1. mehr
Haas, Georg-Christoph, Frauke Kreuter, Florian Keusch, Mark Trappmann und Sebastian Bähr (2021): Effects of Incentives in Smartphone Data Collection. S. 389-414 in: Craig Hill, Paul P. Biemer, Trent Buskirk, Lilli Japec, Antje Kirchner, Stas Kolenikov, Lars E. Lyberg (Hrsg.) Big Data Meets Survey Science: A Collection of Innovative Methods. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. mehr
Hammerschmidt, Dennis, und Cosima Meyer (2021): Money Makes the World Go Frowned. Analyzing the Impact of Chinese Foreign Aid on States’ Sentiment Using Natural Language Processing. S. 241-263 in: Johannes Klenk, Franziska Waschek (Hrsg.) Chinas Rolle in einer neuen Weltordnung. Wissenschaft, Handel und internationale Beziehungen. Baden-Baden: Tectum. mehr

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