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Bauer, Paul C., Alejandro Ecker, Michael Imre, Camille Landesvatter und Sonja Malich (2023): Who tweets, and how freely? Evidence from an elite survey among German politicians. Research & Politics, 10, Heft 1, (e-only). mehr
Fernández-Fontelo, Amanda, Pascal J. Kieslich, Felix Henninger, Frauke Kreuter und Sonja Greven (2023): Predicting question difficulty in web surveys: A machine learning approach based on mouse movement features. Social Science Computer Review, 41, Heft 1, S. 141-162. mehr
Jäger, Felix (2023): Security vs. civil liberties: How citizens cope with threat, restriction, and ideology. Frontiers in Political Science, 4, (article no. 4:1006711), pp. 1-13. mehr
Krause, Werner, Denis Cohen und Tarik Abou-Chadi (2023): Does accommodation work? Mainstream party strategies and the success of radical right parties. Political Science Research and Methods, 11, Heft 1, S. 172-179. 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
Abou-Chadi, Tarik, Denis Cohen und Markus Wagner (2022): The centre-right versus the radical right: the role of migration issues and economic grievances. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies : Special Issue: Centre-right Parties and Immigration in an Era of Politicization, 48, Heft 2, S. 366-384. mehr
Adendorf, Anna (2022): Topic Order in Election Manifestos. How the Order of Policy Issues Affects Voters' Perceptions of Parties' Key Issues. [European Politics Online Workshop, (virtual workshop), 12. April 2022] mehr
Adendorf, Anna, und Christoffer Florczak (2022): Where Is My Party Now? New Data on Media Coverage of Parties' Ideological Positions Before Elections. Mannheim mehr
Alam, Mehwish, Andreea Iana, Alexander Grote, Katharina Ludwig, Philipp Müller und Heiko Paulheim (2022): Towards Analyzing the Bias of News Recommender Systems Using Sentiment and Stance Detection. [2nd International Workshop on Knowledge Graphs for Online Discourse Analysis (BeyondFacts’22), Lyon, 25. bis 29. April 2022] mehr
Areal, João (2022): ‘Them’ without ‘us’: negative identities and affective polarization in Brazil. Political Research Exchange, 4, Heft 1, (article no. 2117635) pp.1-25. mehr

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