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Sarah C. Dingler
Sarah C. Dingler
University of Innsbruck
Verified email at gsi.uni-muenchen.de
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Do parliaments underrepresent women’s policy preferences? Exploring gender equality in policy congruence in 21 European democracies
SC Dingler, C Kroeber, J Fortin-Rittberger
Journal of European Public Policy 26 (2), 302-321, 2019
692019
The costs of electoral fraud: establishing the link between electoral integrity, winning an election, and satisfaction with democracy
J Fortin-Rittberger, P Harfst, SC Dingler
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 27 (3), 350-368, 2017
642017
The gender dimension of populism
SC Dingler, Z Lefkofridi, V Marent
Political Populism, 345-360, 2017
152017
How Women Shape Negativity in Parliamentary Speeches—A Sentiment Analysis of Debates in the Austrian Parliament
M Haselmayer, SC Dingler, M Jenny
Parliamentary Affairs 75 (4), 867-886, 2022
132022
When does she rebel? How gender affects deviating legislative behaviour
SC Dingler, L Ramstetter
Government and Opposition 58 (3), 437-455, 2023
92023
Women opposition leaders: Conceptual issues and empirical agendas
SC Dingler, L Helms, H Müller
Politics and Governance 11 (1), 080-84, 2023
62023
Elusive indeed–The mechanical versus psychological effects of electoral rules at the district level
P Harfst, SC Dingler, J Fortin-Rittberger, J Noseck, S Kosanke
Electoral Studies 53, 90-98, 2018
62018
Warum sich der Gender Gap durch den Reißverschluss nicht schließen lässt
SC Dingler, C Kröber
JBZ Arbeitspapier 46, 2018
42018
Myths about women in the political executive—how gender stereotypes shape the way MPs assess the competences of ministers
SC Dingler, C Kroeber
Political Research Quarterly 76 (3), 1403-1417, 2023
32023
Parliamentary women opposition leaders: A comparative assessment across 28 OECD countries
SC Dingler, L Helms
Politics and Governance 11 (1), 85-96, 2023
32023
Crisis and Gender in Legislative-Executive Relations
C Kroeber, SC Dingler
Politics & Gender, 1-7, 2023
22023
How individuals’ social characteristics impact the likelihood to waste a vote–evidence from Great Britain, Germany and France
C Kroeber, C Le Gall, SC Dingler
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (3), 388-407, 2021
22021
Women’s Leadership in the European Parliament: A Long-Term Perspective
J Fortin-Rittberger, SC Dingler
Women and leadership in the EU, 2022
12022
Competition for the Alpha Male? Political Representation and Gender
SC Dingler
GERMAN POLITICS 31 (4), 630-631, 2022
2022
Konkurrenz für das Alphamännchen? Politische Repräsentation und Geschlecht: Dorothee Beck and Annette Henninger (eds.), Roßdorf, Ulrike Helmer Verlag, 2020, 272pp.,€ 20.00
SC Dingler
German Politics 31 (4), 630-631, 2022
2022
Women’sLeadershipintheEuropean Parliament
SC Dingler, J Fortin-Rittberger
Women and Leadership in the European Union, 74, 2022
2022
The Role of Religions and Conspiracy Theories in Democratic and Authoritarian Regimes
OF Hidalgo, A Yendell
Politics and Governance 10 (4), 132-134, 2022
2022
THE GENDER DIMENSION OF POPULISM
SC Dingler, Z Lefkofridi
Political Populism, 499, 2021
2021
The Gender Dimension of Populism
Z Lefkofridi, SC Dingler
Political Populism, 2021
2021
How individuals’ social characteristics impact the likelihood to waste a vote
C Kroeber, C Le Gal, S Dingler
British Policy and Politics at LSE, 1-3, 2020
2020
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