Connected_Politics Publications

Martijn Schoonvelde, Gijs Schumacher, and Bert N. Bakker (2019). Friends with text as data benefits: Assessing and extending the use of automated text analysis in political science and political psychology. Journal of Social and Political Psychology 7(1), 124-143.

 

Denise Traber, Martijn Schoonvelde, & Gijs Schumacher (2019). Errors have been made, others will be blamed: Issue engagement and blame shifting in prime minister speeches during the economic crisis in Europe. European Journal of Political Research.

 

Christian Rauh, Bart Joachim Bes, & Martijn Schoonvelde (2019). Undermining, defusing, or defending European integration? Assessing public communication of European executives in times of EU politicization. European Journal of Political Research: Forthcoming.

 

James P. Cross, & Derek Greene (2019). Talk is not cheap: Policy agendas, information processing, and the unusually proportional nature of European Central Bank communications policy responses. Governance.

 

James P. Cross, Rainer Eising, Henrik Hermansson & Florian Spohr (2019) Business interests, public interests, and experts in parliamentary committees: their impact on legislative amendments in the German BundestagWest European Politics, DOI: 10.1080/01402382.2019.1672025

 

Erik De Vries, Martijn Schoonvelde, & Gijs Schumacher (2018). No longer lost in translation: Evidence that Google Translate works for comparative bag-of-words text applications. Political Analysis 26(4), 417-430.

 

Derek Greene, & James P. Cross (2017). Exploring the Political Agenda of the European Parliament Using a Dynamic Topic Modeling Approach. Political Analysis, 25(1), 77-94. DOI:10.1017/pan.2016.7

 

James P. Cross, & Henrik Hermansson. (2017). Legislative amendments and informal politics in the European Union: A text reuse approach. European Union Politics, 18(4), 581–602.