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 zur ersten Stunde

Folien Turnout (Cancela/Geys & Achen/Blais)

Folien Gender Gap (Harteveld et al. 2019)

Folien zu Interaktionseffekten (download)

Themen

16.10.2019 Einführung/Überblick
23.10.2019 Citizen participation: a new taxonomy Theocharis and Deth (2018)
Rechtspopulismus und die große Krise
30.10.2019 New class voting Oesch and Rennwald (2018)
06.11.2019 Local Economic Shocks and National Election Outcomes Simonovits, Kates, and Szeitl (2018)
13.11.2019 The European refugee crisis & voters’ responses in Germany Mader and Schoen (2019)
20.11.2019 The Paradox of well-being Rooduijn and Burgoon (2018)
Spezielle Themen
27.11.2019 Education, Corruption, and Politics Agerberg (2019)
04.12.2019 Values and protest behaviour Grasso and Giugni (2019)
11.12.2019 Social Networks and Protest Participation Larson et al. (2019)
18.12.2019 Why do only some people join parties? Poletti, Webb, and Bale (2019)
08.01.2020 Turnout Blais and Achen (2019), als Hintergrund: Cancela and Geys (2016)
15.01.2020 The personality of stealth democrats Ackermann, Ackermann, and Freitag (2019)
22.01.2020 Adult roles and the gender gap in political knowledge Ferrín, Fraile, and García-Albacete (2019)
29.01.2020 Gender Differences in Vote Choice Harteveld et al. (2019)
05.02.2020 Abschlußdiskussion

Literatur

Ackermann, Maya, Kathrin Ackermann, and Markus Freitag. 2019. “The Personality of Stealth Democrats: How Traits Shape Attitudes Towards Expert-Based Governments.” West European Politics 42 (3): 573–92. https://doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2018.1530494.

Agerberg, Mattias. 2019. “The Curse of Knowledge? Education, Corruption, and Politics.” Political Behavior 41 (2): 369–99. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11109-018-9455-7.

Blais, André, and Christopher H. Achen. 2019. “Civic Duty and Voter Turnout.” Political Behavior 41 (2): 473–97.

Cancela, João, and Benny Geys. 2016. “Explaining Voter Turnout. A Meta-Analysis of National and Subnational Elections.” Electoral Studies 42: 264–75. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2016.03.005.

Ferrín, Monica, Marta Fraile, and Gema M. García-Albacete. 2019. “Adult Roles and the Gender Gap in Political Knowledge: A Comparative Study.” West European Politics 42 (7): 1368–89. https://doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2019.1577069.

Grasso, Maria T, and Marco Giugni. 2019. “Political Values and Extra-Institutional Political Participation: The Impact of Economic Redistributive and Social Libertarian Preferences on Protest Behaviour.” International Political Science Review 40 (4): 470–85. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192512118780425.

Harteveld, Eelco, Stefan Dahlberg, Andrej Kokkonen, and Wouter van der Brug. 2019. “Gender Differences in Vote Choice: Social Cues and Social Harmony as Heuristics.” British Journal of Political Science 49 (3): 1141–61. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007123417000138.

Larson, Jennifer M., Jonathan Nagler, Jonathan Ronen, and Joshua A. Tucker. 2019. “Social Networks and Protest Participation: Evidence from 130 Million Twitter Users.” American Journal of Political Science 63 (3): 690–705. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajps.12436.

Mader, Matthias, and Harald Schoen. 2019. “The European Refugee Crisis, Party Competition, and Voters’ Responses in Germany.” West European Politics 42 (1): 67–90. https://doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2018.1490484.

Oesch, Daniel, and Line Rennwald. 2018. “Electoral Competition in Europe’s New Tripolar Political Space: Class Voting for the Left, Centre-Right and Radical Right.” European Journal of Political Research 57: 783–807. https://doi.org/10.1111/1475-6765.12259.

Poletti, Monica, Paul Webb, and Tim Bale. 2019. “Why Do Only Some People Who Support Parties Actually Join Them? Evidence from Britain.” West European Politics 42 (1): 156–72. https://doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2018.1479921.

Rooduijn, Matthijs, and Brian Burgoon. 2018. “The Paradox of Well-Being. Do Unfavorable Socioeconomic and Sociocultural Contexts Deepen or Dampen Radical Left and Right Voting Among the Less Well-Off?” Comparative Political Studies 51 (13): 1720–53. https://doi.org/10.1177/0010414017720707.

Simonovits, Gabor, Sean Kates, and Blanka Szeitl. 2018. “Local Economic Shocks and National Election Outcomes: Evidence from Hungarian Administrative Data.” Political Behavior 41 (2): 337–48. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11109-018-9453-9.

Theocharis, Yannis, and Jan W. van Deth. 2018. “The Continuous Expansion of Citizen Participation: A New Taxonomy.” European Political Science Review 10 (1): 139–63. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1755773916000230.

 

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