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Leszczensky, Lars (2022): Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis in Social Network Analysis. [Large Scale Data and Qualitative Research, virtual, 21. Oktober 2022] mehr
Leszczensky, Lars, und David Kretschmer (2022): Religious Friendship Preferences of Muslim and Non-Muslim Students in German Schools: Bright Boundaries Everywhere or Contingent on the Proportion of Muslim Classmates?. Social Networks, 68, S. 60-69. mehr
Leszczensky, Lars, und Tobias Wolbring (2022): How to Deal With Reverse Causality Using Panel Data? Recommendations for Researchers Based on a Simulation Study. Sociological Methods & Research, 51, Heft 2, S. 837-865. mehr
Leszczensky, Lars, Sebastian Pink, David Kretschmer und Frank Kalter (2022): Studying Youth' Group Identities, Intergroup Relations, and Friendship Networks: The Friendship and Identity in School Data. European Sociological Review, 38, Heft 3, S. 493-506. mehr
Lorenz, Reilly, Jacob Beck, Sophie Horneber, Florian Keusch und Christopher Antoun (2022): Google Trends as a tool for public opinion research: An illustration of the perceived threats of immigration. S. 193-206 in: Steffen Pötzschke, Sebastian Rinken (Hrsg.) Migration Research in a Digitalized World: Using Innovative Technology to Tackle Methodological Challenges. Cham: Springer. mehr
Ludwig, Katharina, und Philipp Müller (2022): Does Social Media Use Promote Political Mass Polarization? A Structured Literature Review. S. 118-166 in: Bejamin Krämer, Philipp Müller (Hrsg.) Questions of Communicative Change and Continuity: In Memory of Wolfram Peiser. 1. Aufl., Baden-Baden: Nomos. mehr
Mader, Matthias, Nikolay Marinov und Harald Schoen (2022): Foreign Anti-Mainstream Propaganda and Democratic Publics. Comparative Political Studies, 55, Heft 10, S. 1732-1764. mehr
Mewes, Lars, Tobias Ebert, Martin Obschonka, Jason Rentfrow, Jeff Potter und Samuel D. Gosling (2022): Psychological openness and the emergence of breakthrough vs. incremental innovations: A regional perspective. Economic Geography, 98, Heft 4, S. 379-410. mehr
Mikucka, Malgorzata, Christine Schnor und Alice Rees (2022): Personal distance norms and the mental load of COVID-19 pandemic among older adults in 14 European countries. [Subjective Well-being 2022 Conference, Luxembourg, 01. bis 04. Juni 2022] mehr
Morgenstern, Sandra (2022): How information campaigns (can) influence migration decisions. Findings from several studies in Nigeria. Mannheim [MZES Fokus; 2] mehr

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