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Conference Paper
Maggini, N. (2009). Voting behaviour of the young generations. In 5th ECPR General Conference 2009. Potsdam.
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De Vries, C. E., & Rosema, M.. (2009). Taking voters' consideration set into consideration: Modelling electoral choice in two stages. In 5th ECPR General Conference. presented at the 09/2009, Potsdam, Germany.
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Gunlu, R. (2009). Politics, Democracy and Civil Society: Local Governance in Mugla, Turkey. In 5th ECPR General Conference. Potsdam, Germany.
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PDF icon gorecki and marsh.pdf (132.51 KB)
PDF icon 090925 Steinbrecher Is it the economic crisis, stupid.pdf (178.29 KB)
Oscarsson, H. (2009). Identifying Voters' Consideration Sets. In 5th ECPR General Conference. presented at the 09/2009, Potsdam, Germany.
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PDF icon ECPR Conference Paper 2009.pdf (257.21 KB)
Book Chapter
Thomassen, J., & Rosema, M.. (2009). Party identification revisited. In Political Parties and Partisanship: Social Identity and Individual Attitudes (pp. 42-59). London: Routledge/ECPR Series in European Political Science.
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Toros, E. (2011). Mapping a Multifaceted Relationship: Political Parties and Civil Society Organizations in Turkey. In Advances in Sociology Research (Vol. 8, pp. 187-203). New York: Nova Publishers.
Todosijevic, B., Aarts, K., & van der Kaap, H.. (2010). Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies 1971-2006: Cumulative data-set and documentation. DANS Data Guide (Vol. 7, p. 264). The Hague: DANS – Data Archiving and Networked Services.
Bornschier, S. (2010). Cleavage Politics and the Populist Right. The New Cultural Conflict in Western Europe. The Social Logic of Politics (p. 246). Philadelphia: Temple University Press.