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Revilla, Melanie, Jan Karem Höhne and Tobias Rettig (2023): Differences in Measurement Quality Depending on Recall: Results for a Question About Trust in the Parliament. Quality & Quantity, 57, pp. 2125–2146. more
Schaub, Max, and Daniel Auer (2023): Rebel Recruitment and Migration: Theory and Evidence From Southern Senegal. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 67, issue 6, pp. 1155-1182. more
Schmitt-Beck, Rüdiger, and Christian Schnaudt (2023): Everyday Political Talk with Strangers: Evidence on a Neglected Arena of the Deliberative System. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 64, issue 3, pp. 499–523 . more
Schmitt-Beck, Rüdiger, and Manuel Neumann (2023): Do People like to Discuss Politics? A Study of Citizens' Political Talk Culture. European Political Science Review, 15, issue 3, pp. 373–392. more
Steiner, Nils D., Christian Schimpf and Alexander Wuttke (2023): Left Behind and United by Populism? Populism’s Multiple Roots in Feelings of Lacking Societal Recognition. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 64, pp. 107–132. more
Teney, Céline, Giuseppe Pietrantuono and 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, issue 12, pp. 2832-2853. more
Tisch, Daria, and Tamara Gutfleisch (2023): Unequal but just? Experimental evidence on (gendered) distributive justice principles in parental financial gifts. Socio-Economic Review, 21, issue 3, pp. 1369–1390. more
Tuttnauer, Or, and Gideon Rahat (2023): Servants of two (or more) masters: Accounting for the complexity of intraparty candidate selection methods. Party Politics, 29, issue 1, pp. 185–192. more
van Damme, Maike, Sandra Krapf and Michael Wagner (2023): Housing density and its consequences for couples in Germany: staying, moving, or breaking up?. Housing Studies, 38, issue 8, pp. 1560-1588. more
Wenz, Alexander, and Florian Keusch (2023): The second-level smartphone divide: A typology of smartphone use based on frequency of use, skills, and types of activities. Mobile Media & Communication, 11, issue 3, pp. 459-483. more

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