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Schaub, Max, Johanna Gereke und Delia Baldassari (2021): Strangers in Hostile Lands: Exposure to Refugees and Right-Wing Support in Germany’s Eastern Regions. Comparative Political Studies, 54, Heft 3-4, S. 686–717. mehr
Schäfer, Constantin, Sebastian Adrian Popa, Daniela Braun und Hermann Schmitt (2021): The reshaping of political conflict over Europe: from pre-Maastricht to post-‘Euro crisis’. West European Politics, 44, Heft 3, S. 531-557. mehr
Shen, Jing, und David Bartram (2021): Fare Differently, Feel Differently: Mental Well-Being of UK-Born and Foreign-Born Working Men during the COVID-19 Pandemic. European Societies , 23, Heft suppl. 1, S. S370-S383. mehr
Soiné, Hannah, Leonie Kriegel und Jörg Dollmann (2021): The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on risk perceptions: differences between ethnic groups in Germany. European Societies, 23, Heft suppl. 1, S. S289-S306. mehr
Tosun, Jale, und Marc Debus (2021): Operationalising and Explaining Environmental Policy Styles. S. 123-134 in: Michael Howlett, Jale Tosun (Hrsg.) The Routledge Handbook of Policy Styles. Abingdon, New York: Routledge. mehr
Tosun, Jale, und Marc Debus (2021): Right-wing populist parties and environmental politics: Insights from the Austrian Freedom Party’s support for the glyphosate ban. Environmental Politics, 30, Heft 1-2, S. 224-244. mehr
Voßemer, Jonas (2021): Growing educational inequalities in subjective well‐being across the life course: The role of differential risks and consequences of couples’ unemployment. [2021 ISA RC28 Spring Meeting "Accumulation and compensation of inequalities", (virtual conference), 02. bis 04. Juni 2021] mehr
Adendorf, Anna (2020): Talk Dirty to Me: Coalition Signals throughout the Electoral Cycle. [Workshop "Party Competition in the Electoral Cycle", (virtual), 04. Dezember 2020] mehr
Adendorf, Anna, und Martin Gross (2020): Under Pressure: Dominant Parties' Reactions to Euroskeptic Challenger Parties in European Regions. [ECPR General Conference, (virtual conference), 24. bis 28. August 2020] mehr
Althaus, Scott, Joseph Bajjalieh, Marc Jungblut, Dan Shalmon, Wouter van Atteveldt, Kasper Welbers und Hartmut Wessler (2020): Is It Easier to Scare Us or Piss Us Off? The Impact of Terrorist Attacks on News Discourse Across 74 Years of New York Times Reporting. [70th Annual International Communication Association Conference, (virtual conference), 20. bis 26. Mai 2020] mehr

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