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Schwitter, Nicole (2023): Bridging the offline and online: 20 years of offline meeting data of the German-language Wikipedia. Journal of Computational Social Science, 6, Heft 2, S. 1103–1124. mehr
Schwitter, Nicole, und Ulf Liebe (2023): Not Cologne but the data collection (might have) changed everything: a cautionary tale on ignoring changes in data recording in sociological research. European Sociological Review, 39, Heft 6, S. 1005–1010. mehr
Stadelmann-Steffen, Isabelle, Hannah Rajski und Sophie Ruprecht (2023): The role of vote advice application in direct-democratic opinion formation: an experiment from Switzerland. Acta Politica, 58, Heft 4, S. 792-818. mehr
Steiner, Nils D., Christian Schimpf und Alexander Wuttke (2023): Left Behind and United by Populism? Populism’s Multiple Roots in Feelings of Lacking Societal Recognition. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 64, S. 107–132. mehr
Stoetzer, Lukas, Simon Munzert, Will Lowe, Başak Çalı, Anita R. Gohdes, Marc Helbling, Rahsaan Maxwell und Richard Traunmüller (2023): Affective partisan polarization and moral dilemmas during the COVID-19 pandemic. Political Science Research and Methods, 11, Heft 2, S. 429-436. mehr
Teney, Céline, Giuseppe Pietrantuono und Katja Möhring (2023): Who supports whom? Citizens’ support for affirmative action policies in recruitment processes towards four underrepresented groups. Journal of European Public Policy, 30, Heft 12, S. 2832-2853. mehr
Thomson, Catarina, Matthias Mader, Felix Münchow, Jason Reifler und Harald Schoen (2023): European public opinion: united in supporting Ukraine, divided on the future of NATO. International Affairs, 99, Heft 6, S. 2485–2500. mehr
Tisch, Daria, und Tamara Gutfleisch (2023): Unequal but just? Experimental evidence on (gendered) distributive justice principles in parental financial gifts. Socio-Economic Review, 21, Heft 3, S. 1369–1390. mehr
Trappmann, Mark, Georg-Christoph Haas, Sonja Malich, Florian Keusch, Sebastian Bähr, Frauke Kreuter und Stefan Schwarz (2023): Augmenting survey data with digital trace data: Is there a threat to panel retention?. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 11, Heft 3, S. 541–552. mehr
Tuttnauer, Or, und Gideon Rahat (2023): Servants of two (or more) masters: Accounting for the complexity of intraparty candidate selection methods. Party Politics, 29, Heft 1, S. 185–192. mehr

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