Publications in 2015

Jungherr, Andreas. (2015).Analyzing Political Communication with Digital Trace Data: The Role of Twitter Messages in Social Science Research. Cham: Springer.

Selb, Peter and Georg Lutz. (2015). Lone Fighters. Intraparty Competition, Interparty Competition, and Candidates' Vote Seeking Efforts in Open-Ballot PR Elections.Electoral Studies 39: 329–337.

Linhart, Eric and Susumu Shikano. (2015). Koalitionsbildung nach der Bundestagswahl 2013 im Spannungsfeld zwischen Ämter-, Politik- und Stimmenmotivation der Parteien. Karl-Rudolf Korte (ed.) Die Bundestagswahl 2013: Analysen der Wahl-, Parteien-, Kommunikations- und Regierungsforschung. Heidelberg: Springer- VS, p. 457–484 (in German).

Jungherr, Andreas  (ed.). (2015). Special Issue: E-Campaigning in Germany—A Net Revolution? German Politics 24(4): 427–558.

Helbing, Dirk, Dirk Brockmann, Thomas Chadefaux, Karsten Donnay, Ulf Blanke, Olivia Woolley-Meza, Mehdi Moussaid, Anders Johansson, Jens Krause, Sebastian Schutte and Matjaz Perc. (2015). Saving Human Lives: What Complexity Science and Information Systems can Contribute.Journal of Statistical Physics 158(3): 735–781.

Jürgens, Pascal and Andreas Jungherr. (2015). The Use of Twitter During the 2009 German National Election. German Politics 24(4): 469–490.

Shikano, Susumu. (2015). "Bayes-Theorem", "Bayes’sche Statistik", "Bootstrapping", "Jack-Knife-Verfahren", "Markov Ketten", "Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC)", "Monte-Carlo-Simulation", "nichtparametrische Verfahren", "Resampling". In Rainer Diaz-Bone and Christoph Weischer (eds.) Methoden-Lexikon für die Sozialwissenschaften. Heidelberg: Springer (in German).

Jungherr, Andreas. (2015). The Role of the Internet for Political Campaigns in Germany. German Politics 24(4): 427–434.