Zoltan Fazekas
Zoltan Fazekas
Copenhagen Business School, Department of International Economics, Government and Business
Verified email at cbs.dk - Homepage
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A bad workman blames his tweets: the consequences of citizens' uncivil Twitter use when interacting with party candidates
Y Theocharis, P Barberá, Z Fazekas, SA Popa, O Parnet
Journal of communication 66 (6), 1007-1031, 2016
1032016
Proximity and directional theory compared: Taking discriminant positions seriously in multi-party systems
Z Fazekas, ZZ Méder
Electoral Studies 32 (4), 693-707, 2013
312013
The importance of context in the genetic transmission of US party identification
Z Fazekas, L Littvay
Political Psychology 36 (4), 361-377, 2015
232015
Policy considerations on Facebook: Agendas, coherence, and communication patterns in the 2011 Danish parliamentary elections
A Van Dalen, Z Fazekas, R Klemmensen, KM Hansen
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 12 (3), 303-324, 2015
222015
The nuts and bolts of automated text analysis. Comparing different document pre-processing techniques in four countries
Z Greene, A Ceron, G Schumacher, Z Fazekas
OSF Preprints, 2016
16*2016
Media content and political behavior in observational research: A critical assessment
Z Fazekas, EG Larsen
British Journal of Political Science 46 (01), 195-204, 2016
162016
Validity of survey response propensity indicators: A behavior genetics approach
L Littvay, SA Popa, Z Fazekas
Social Science Quarterly 94 (2), 569-589, 2013
162013
Choosing sides: The genetics of why we go with the loudest
Z Fazekas, L Littvay
Journal of Theoretical Politics 24 (3), 389-408, 2012
162012
Narcissism and political orientations
PK Hatemi, Z Fazekas
American Journal of Political Science 62 (4), 873-888, 2018
152018
Sorting your way out Perceived party positions, political knowledge and polarization
F Vegetti, Z Fazekas, Z Méder
132017
Institutional effects on the presence of trade unions at the workplace: Moderation in a multilevel setting
Z Fazekas
European Journal of Industrial Relations 17 (2), 153-169, 2011
132011
Is It What You Say, or How You Say It? An Experimental Analysis of the Effects of Invitation Wording for OnlinePanel Surveys
Z Fazekas, MT Wall, A Krouwel
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (2), 235-244, 2014
112014
Informing the public: How party communication builds opportunity structures
SA Popa, Z Fazekas, D Braun, MM Leidecker-Sandmann
Political Communication 37 (3), 329-349, 2020
102020
The Dynamics of Political Incivility on Twitter
Y Theocharis, P Barberá, Z Fazekas, SA Popa
Sage Open 10 (2), 2158244020919447, 2020
62020
Elite‐public interaction on twitter: EU issue expansion in the campaign
Z Fazekas, SA Popa, H Schmitt, P Barberá, Y Theocharis
European Journal of Political Research, 2020
52020
Transforming Stability into Change: How the Media Select and Report Opinion Polls
EG Larsen, Z Fazekas
The International Journal of Press/Politics 25 (1), 115-134, 2020
52020
Twitter Trolls are actually hurting democracy
Y Theocharis, P Barberá, Z Fazekas, S Popa
The Washington Post 4 (11), 2016, 2016
42016
All Votes are Equal? Significant Legislation and Party Competition in the Danish Folketing
ME Hansen, Z Fazekas
Scandinavian Political Studies 38 (3), 255-276, 2015
32015
Genetic and environmental approaches to political science
Z Fazekas, PK Hatemi
Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary …, 2015
32015
Party Competition and Vote Choice Models: A Comparative Approach
F Zoltán
Final Report for Grant 238607, 2012
32012
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