Projektseminar Einstellungen und politisches Verhalten in Deutschland und Europa

 

Ziele und Inhalte

  • Kenntnis der wichtigsten Ansätze der Wahl- und Einstellungsforschung
  • Auseinandersetzung mit aktueller und aktuellster Literatur
  • Entwicklung eines eigenen Projektes

Seminarplan (download)

Folien zu Interaktionseffekten (download)

 

20.04.2016 Einführung/Überblick
Rechtspopulismus und die große Krise
27.04.2016 Populismus und Politisches Vertrauen
04.05.2016 Psychological Roots of Populist Voting
11.05.2016 Populärer Populismus
18.05.2016 Immigration Threat
25.05.2016 UKIP und Class Voting
01.06.2016 Economic Crisis, Social Inequalities and Trust in the European Parliament
Spezielle Themen
08.06.2016 Genes & Moral Foundations
15.06.2016 Meta-Analysis: Turnout
22.06.2016 Voter Persuasion Effort: Unresponsive and Unpersuaded
29.06.2016 The UK Gender Gap
06.07.2016 PI und Autoritarismus
13.07.2016 Koalitionspräferenzen
20.07.2016 Abschlußdiskussion

Literatur

Grundlagen
Falter, Jürgen W. und Harald Schoen, Hrsg. (2014). Handbuch Wahlforschung. 2. Aufl. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
Achtung: Dieses Buch ist aus dem Campus-Netz/VPN auch als ebook (PDF) verfügbar http://link.springer.
com/book/10.1007/978-3-658-05164-8

Literatur zu den einzelnen Themen
Akkerman, Agnes, Cas Mudde und Andrej Zaslove (2014). “How Populist Are the People? Measuring Populist Attitudes
in Voters”. In: Comparative Political Studies 47.9, S. 1324–1353. doi: 10.1177/0010414013512600.
Bailey, Michael A., Daniel J. Hopkins und Todd Rogers (2016). “Unresponsive and Unpersuaded. The Unintended Consequences
of a Voter Persuasion E ort”. In: Political Behavior, S. 1–34. doi: 10.1007/s11109-016-9338-8.
Bakker, Bert N., Matthijs Rooduijn und Gijs Schumacher (2015). “The Psychological Roots of Populist Voting: Evidence
From the United States, the Netherlands and Germany”. In: European Journal of Political Research. doi: 10.1111/
1475-6765.12121.
Cancela, João und Benny Geys (2016). “Explaining voter turnout. A meta-analysis of national and subnational elections”.
In: Electoral Studies 42, S. 264–275. doi: 10.1016/j.electstud.2016.03.005.
Debus, Marc und Jochen Müller (2014). “Expected Utility or Learned Familiarity? The Formation of Voters’ Coalition
Preferences”. In: Electoral Studies 34, S. 54–67. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2013.
09.007.
Dotti Sani, Giulia M. und Beatrice Magistro (2016). “Increasingly Unequal? The Economic Crisis, Social Inequalities
and Trust in the European Parliament in 20 European Countries”. In: European Journal of Political Research. doi:
10.1111/1475-6765.12126.

Evans, Geo rey und Jonathan Mellon (2015). “Working Class Votes and Conservative Losses: Solving the UKIP Puzzle”.
In: Parliamentary A airs. doi: 10.1093/pa/gsv005.
Ford, Robert und Matthew J. Goodwin (2015). “Di erent Class? UKIP’s Social Base and Political Impact: A Reply to
Evans and Mellon”. In: Parliamentary A airs. doi: 10.1093/pa/gsv012.
Kroh, Martin (2014). “Growth Trajectories in the Strength of Party Identification: The Legacy of Autocratic Regimes”.
In: Electoral Studies 33, S. 90–101. doi: 10.1016/j.electstud.2013.06.013.
Shorrocks, Rosalind (2016). “Modernisation and Government Socialisation: Considering Explanations for Gender Differences
in Cohort Trends In British Voting Behaviour”. In: Electoral Studies 42, S. 237–248. doi: 10.1016/j.
electstud.2016.03.004.
Smith, Kevin B. u. a. (2016). “Intuitive Ethics and Political Orientations. Testing Moral Foundations as a Theory of
Political Ideology”. In: American Journal of Political Science. doi: 10.1111/ajps.12255.
Weber, Hannes (2015). “National and Regional Proportion of Immigrants and Perceived Threat Of Immigration. A Three-
Level Analysis in Western Europe”. In: International Journal of Comparative Sociology, in print. doi: 10.1177/
0020715215571950.
Ziller, Conrad und Thomas Schübel (2015). “„The Pure People“ versus “the Corrupt Elite“”? Political Corruption, Political
Trust and the Success of Radical Right Parties in Europe”. In: Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, S. 1–
19. doi: 10.1080/17457289.2014.1002792.

 

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