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Debus, Marc, und Thorsten Faas (2024): Die hessische Landtagswahl vom 8. Oktober 2023: Die Schwäche der Ampelparteien und das überraschende Ende von Schwarz-Grün. Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen, 55, Heft 1, S. 25-42. mehr
Debus, Marc, Noam Himmelrath und Christian Stecker (2024): How a history of migration affects individuals’ political attitudes. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 50, Heft 8, S. 1886-1903. mehr
Däubler, Thomas, Marc Debus und Alejandro Ecker (2024): Party campaign statements and portfolio allocation in coalition governments. West European Politics, 47, Heft 1, S. 216-227. mehr
Emmer, Christine, Julia Dorn und Jutta Mata (2024): The immediate effect of discrimination on mental health: A meta-analytic review of the causal evidence. Psychological Bulletin, 150, Heft 3, S. 215-252. mehr
Hahm, Hyeonho, David Hilpert und Thomas König (2024): Divided We Unite: The Nature of Partyism and the Role of Coalition Partnership in Europe. American Political Science Review, 118, Heft 1, S. 69-87. mehr
Helbling, Marc, Rahsaan Maxwell und Richard Traunmüller (2024): Numbers, Selectivity and Generosity. The Conditional Nature of Immigration Policy Preferences. Comparative Political Studies, 57, Heft 2, S. 187-381. mehr
Jungkunz, Sebastian, Marc Helbling und Mujtaba Isani (2024): Measuring Implicit Political Extremism through Implicit Association Tests. Public Opinion Quarterly, 88, Heft 1, S. 175–192. mehr
Kalter, Frank, und Naika Foroutan (2024): Outgroup mobility threat – how much intergenerational integration is wanted?. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 50, Heft 1, S. 149-172. mehr
Kogan, Irena, Markus Weißmann und Jörg Dollmann (2024): Police discrimination and police distrust among ethnic minority adolescents in Germany. Frontiers in Sociology, 9, (Article no. 1231774, pp. 1-15). mehr
Kurella, Anna-Sophie, und Milena Rapp (2024): Combining voter preferences with party position estimates from different sources for studying voting behavior and representation. Electoral Studies, 87, (article no. 102734), pp. 12. mehr

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