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Publications by Schwarzbözl, Tobias

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Journal article

Braun, Daniela; Schwarzbözl, Tobias (26. March 2018): Put in the spotlight or largely ignored? Emphasis on the Spitzenkandidaten by political parties in their online campaigns for European elections. In: Journal of European Public Policy

Schwarzbözl, Tobias; Fatke, Matthias (2016): Außer Protesten nichts gewesen? Das politische Potenzial der AfD. In: Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Vol. 57, No. 2: pp. 276-299

Conference or Workshop Item

Schwarzbözl, Tobias (2017): How Political Parties use Twitter as a Tool to Highlight Owned Issues. Empirical Evidence from the 2015 Election to the British House of Commons. ECPR General Conference. Panel Party Policy and Party Competition, 6. - 9. September 2017, Oslo.

Schwarzbözl, Tobias; Fatke, Matthias (2017): Measuring Populism in Social Media Data. A Supervised Machine Learning Approach using Party Communication. ECPR General Conference. Panel Measuring Populism and Populist Attitudes, 6. - 9. September 2017, Oslo.

Grande, Edgar; Schwarzbözl, Tobias (2017): Politicizing Europe in the UK. Dynamics of Inter-Party Competition and Intra-Party Conflict. Conference Rejected Europe. Beloved Europe. Cleavage Europe? Session IV Party positioning on EU membership, 18. - 19. Mai 2017, Fiesole.

Grande, Edgar; Kerscher, Alena; Schwarzbözl, Tobias (2016): Intra-Party Conflict As Constraint on Party Strategies. 23rd International Conference of Europeanists. Panel Strategies of politicizing European integration, 14. - 16. April 2016, Philadelphia.

Schwarzbözl, Tobias; Braun, Daniela (2016): Representation of a multifaceted Europe. An empirical study on the link between party’s EU issue emphasis and public opinion over different types of European issues. 3-Länder-Tagung der der Deutschen Vereinigung für Politikwissenschaft. Panel 47: Die Europäisierung politischer Repräsentation: Die Interaktion von Wählern und Parteien, 29. September - 1. Oktober 2016, Heidelberg.

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