Andreas Jungherr

Prof. Andreas Jungherr

Social Science Data Collection and Analysis

Dr. Andreas Jungherr is Juniorprofessor (Assistant Professor) for Social Science Data Collection and Analysis at the University of Konstanz, Germany (since 2016).  Before his position in Konstanz, Jungherr was a Post-Doc at the Chair for Political Psychology at the University of Mannheim (2014-6) and a PhD student at the Chair for Political Sociology at the University of Bamberg (2009-14).

He examines the impact of digital media on politics and society. He has worked on the uses of digital media and technology by publics, political actors, and organizations in international comparison. He also addresses challenges for scientific research in reaction to digital change in order to realize opportunities emerging from new data sources and analytical approaches. In this, he has focused on harnessing the potential of digital methods and computational social science while addressing methodological challenges in its integration into the social sciences. Depending on the object under study, he also uses traditional quantitative and qualitative empirical approaches.

Currently, he is lead investigator of Communicative Power in Hybrid Media Systems, a project financed by the Volkswagen Stiftung. The interdisciplinary project, featuring computer and information scientists, focuses on the interconnection between political coverage in legacy and online media in Germany, UK, USA, and South Korea.

He is author of the books Analyzing Political Communication with Digital Trace Data: The Role of Twitter Messages in Social Science Research (Springer: 2015) and Das Internet in Wahlkämpfen: Konzepte, Wirkungen und Kampagnenfunktionen (with Harald Schoen, Springer VS: 2013). His forthcoming book Retooling Politics: How Digital Media are Shaping Democracy (with Gonzalo Rivero and Daniel Gayo-Avello) will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2019. Jungherr’s articles have appeared in Journal of CommunicationJournal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Review of International Political Economy, Party Politics, The International Journal of Press/Politics, Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Social Science Computer Review, Journal of Information Technology & Politics, Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen, and Internationale Politik.

At the Universities of Konstanz, Mannheim, Zurich, Bamberg, Luzern, and the Zeppelin University he has taught courses on Technological Innovation and Political Change [Syllabus], The Internet in Political Communication [Syllabus], Comparative Political Communication [Syllabus], Political Psychology [Syllabus], Electoral Behavior, Digital Trace Data in Social Science [Course websiteSyllabus], and Introduction to Research Practices in Political Science [Syllabus].

Jungherr is a regular speaker at international conferences, be it in the social sciences or computer science. He has presented papers at the APSA Annual Meeting, CHI, CIKM, ECPR General Conference, ECPR Joint Sessions, EPSA Annual Meeting, HICSS, ICA Annual Conference, ICWSM, MPSA Annual Conference, the Oxford Internet Institute, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Wellesley College. He is also a regular speaker at conferences addressing a general audience, such as re:publica, reCampaign, or the Personal Democracy Forum Europe.

Jungherr and his work are regularly featured in international media coverage. He has offered assessments on the use of digital tools and data analysis in political campaigns, political communication in general, and the social and political potential of big data and computational social science.

His work has been covered by The Atlantic, The Guardian, Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ), Newsweek, Reuters, The Washington Post, Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), and others. He has written guest pieces for Spiegel Online and Der Tagesspiegel and given interviews for 3sat, Cicero, Deutsche Presse-Agentur (dpa), Deutschlandfunk, Deutschlandradio Wissen, Südwestrundfunk (SWR), and Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR). Jungherr has been quoted in pieces by Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), Bild, CNN, Deutsche Welle, Deutschlandfunk, Financial Times Deutschland, Handelsblatt, New Scientist, The New York Times, Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR), Politico, Politik & Kommunikation, Der SPIEGEL, Der Tagesspiegel, Die Welt, Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), and others.


Vortrag zu Eigenschaften und Ursachen des Populismus

Kommenden Donnerstag (2. Mai 2019) wird Andreas Jungherr im Rahmen des 5. Symposium „Ordnungspolitik für das dritte Jahrtausend“ des Aktionskreis Freiburger Schule und des Walter Eucken Instituts in Freiburg einen Vortrag mit dem Titel "Furcht vor der Freiheit? – Eine politikwissenschaftliche Einordnung des modernen Populismus" halten.

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New Publication: Discursive Power in Contemporary Media Systems

The Journal of International Press/Politics just published a new article written by Andreas Jungherr, Oliver Posegga, and Jisun An. In “Discursive Power in Contemporary Media Systems” we provide a comparative framework for the empirical analysis of influence in contemporary media systems.

Call for Papers on Computational Political Communication

Yannis Theocharis (University of Bremen) and Andreas Jungherr will be editing a special issue of Political Communication focusing on Computational Political Communication: Theory, Applications, and Interdisciplinary Challenges. Our goal is to offer a forum for work that illustrates the potential of computational methods and large data sets in political communication research.

Further announcements



Andreas Jungherr, Gonzalo Rivero, and Daniel Gayo-Avello. 2019. Retooling Politics: How Digital Media are Shaping Democracy. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming).

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

Andreas Jungherr and Harald Schoen. (2013). Das Internet in Wahlkämpfen: Konzepte, Wirkungen und Kampagnenfunktionen. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. [] [Springer Link] [Kostenloses E-Book: pdfepubmobi]

Edited Volumes

Andreas Jungherr and Yannis Theocharis (eds.). (2017). Special Issue: The Empiricist’s Challenge: Asking Meaningful Questions in Political Science in the Age of Big DataJournal of Information Technology & Politics 14(2).

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

Journal Articles

Andreas Jungherr, Oliver Posegga, and Jisun An. 2019. Discursive Power in Contemporary Media Systems: A Comparative FrameworkThe International Journal of Press/Politics (Online First), doi: 10.1177/1940161219841543.

Andreas Jungherr, Matthias Mader, Harald Schoen, and Alexander Wuttke. (2018). Context-Driven Attitude Formation: The Difference Between Supporting Free Trade in the Abstract and Supporting Specific Trade AgreementsReview of International Political Economy 25(2): 215-242. doi:10.1080/09692290.2018.1431956 [Replication Data]. 

Alexander Wuttke, Andreas Jungherr, and Harald Schoen. (2017). More Than Opinion Expression: Secondary Effects of Intraparty Referendums on Party Members. Party Politics (Online First), doi: 10.1177/1354068817745729 [Replication Data].

Andreas Jungherr. (2017). Das Internet in der politischen Kommunikation: Forschungsstand und PerspektivenPolitische Vierteljahresschrift 58(2): 285-316. doi: 10.5771/0032-3470-2017-2-285 [Preprint].

Andreas Jungherr and Yannis Theocharis. (2017). The Empiricist’s Challenge: Asking Meaningful Questions in Political Science in the Age of Big DataJournal of Information Technology & Politics 14(2): 97-109. doi: 10.1080/19331681.2017.1312187.

Andreas Jungherr, Harald Schoen, Oliver Posegga, and Pascal Jürgens. (2017). Digital Trace Data in the Study of Public Opinion: An Indicator of Attention Toward Politics Rather Than Political SupportSocial Science Computer Review 35(3): 336-356. doi: 10.1177/0894439316631043 [Online Appendix].

Andreas Jungherr. (2016). Datengestützte Verfahren im Wahlkampf. ZPB Zeitschrift für Politikberatung 8(1): 3-14. doi: 10.5771/1865-4789-2016-1-3 [Preprint].

Andreas Jungherr. (2016). Four Functions of Digital Tools in Election Campaigns: The German CaseThe International Journal of Press/Politics 21(3): 358-377. doi: 10.1177/1940161216642597

Andreas Jungherr. (2016). Twitter Use in Election Campaigns: A Systematic Literature ReviewJournal of Information Technology & Politics 13(1): 72-91. doi: 10.1080/19331681.2015.1132401 [Technical Appendix]

Andreas Jungherr, Harald Schoen, and Pascal Jürgens. (2016). The mediation of politics through Twitter: An analysis of messages posted during the campaign for the German federal election 2013Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. 21(1): 50-68. doi: 10.1111/jcc4.12143

Pascal Jürgens and Andreas Jungherr. (2015). The Use of Twitter During the 2009 German National Election. German Politics 24(4): 469-490. doi: 10.1080/09644008.2015.1116522

Andreas Jungherr. (2015). The role of the Internet for political campaigns in Germany. German Politics 24(4): 427-434. doi: 10.1080/09644008.2014.989218 [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr. (2014). The logic of political coverage on Twitter: Temporal dynamics and content. Journal of Communication 64(2): 239-259 doi: 10.1111/jcom.12087 [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. (2014). Through a glass, darkly: tactical support and symbolic association in Twitter messages commenting on Stuttgart 21. Social Science Computer Review 32(1): 74-89. doi: 10.1177/0894439313500022 [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. (2013). Forecasting the pulse: how deviations from regular patterns in online data can identify offline phenomena. Internet Research 23(5): 589-607. doi: 10.1108/IntR-06-2012-0115 [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr. (2013). Die Rolle des Internets in deutschen Wahlkämpfen. ZPB Zeitschrift für Politikberatung 2/2013. S.91-95. doi: 10.5771/1865-4789-2013-2-89

Andreas Jungherr, Pascal Jürgens, and Harald Schoen. (2012). Why the Pirate Party won the German election of 2009 or the trouble with predictions: a response to Tumasjan, A., Sprenger, T.O., Sander, P.G. & Welpe, I.M. ‘Predicting elections with Twitter: what 140 characters reveal about political sentiment’. Social Science Computer Review 30(2): 229-234. doi: 10.1177/0894439311404119 [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr. (2012). Online campaigning in Germany: The CDU online campaign for the general election 2009 in Germany. German Politics 21(3): 317-340. doi: 10.1080/09644008.2012.716043 [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr. (2012). The German federal election of 2009: The challenge of participatory cultures in political campaigns. Transformative Works and Cultures 10. doi:10.3983/twc.2012.0310

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. (2011). E-Petitionen in Deutschland: Zwischen niedrigschwelligem Partizipationsangebot und quasi-plebiszitärer Nutzung. Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen 3/2011: 521-534. doi: 10.5771/0340-1758-2011-3-523 [Erratum]

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. (2010). The political click: political participation through e-petitions in Germany. Policy & Internet 2(4) Article 6: 131-165. doi: 10.2202/1944-2866.1084 [Preprint]

Book Chapters and Conference Proceedings

Sebastian Stier und Andreas Jungherr (2019). Digitale Verhaltensdaten und Computational Social Science in der politischen Kommunikationsforschung. In Politik in der digitalen Gesellschaft: Zentrale Problemfelder und Forschungsperspektiven, eds. Jeanette Hofmann, Norbert Kersting, Claudia Ritzi und Wolf J. Schünemann. Bielefeld: transcript-Verlag. (Forthcoming). [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr (2019). Kommunikation auf Sozialen Netzwerkplattformen. In Einstellungs- und Verhaltensforschung: Handbuch für Wissenschaft und Studium, eds. Thorsten Faas, Oscar W. Gabriel, and Jürgen Maier. Baden-Baden: Nomos. (Forthcoming). [Preprint]

Jisun An, Haewoon Kwak, Oliver Posegga, and Andreas Jungherr (2019). Political discussions in homogeneous and cross-cutting communication spaces: Interaction patterns and linguistic strategies on Reddit. In ICWSM 2019: Proceedings of the 13th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media. Menlo Park: Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI). p. 68–79. [pdf]

Oliver Posegga and Andreas Jungherr (2019). Characterizing Political Talk on Twitter: A Comparison Between Public Agenda, Media Agendas, and the Twitter Agenda with Regard to Topics and Dynamics. In HICSS 52: Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. University of Hawaii at Manoa: Scholarspace. p. 2590-2599. DOI:

Andreas Jungherr (2019). Normalizing Digital Trace Data. In Digital Discussions: How Big Data Informs Political Communication, eds. Natalie Jomini Stroud and Shannon McGregor. New York, NY: Routledge. p. 9-35. doi: [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr, Pascal Jürgens, and Harald Schoen (2018). Twitter-Daten in der Wahlkampfforschung: Datensammlung, Aufarbeitung und Analysebeispiele. In Computational Social Science: Die Analyse von Big Data, eds. Andreas Blätte, Joachim Behnke, Kai-Uwe Schnapp, and Claudius Wagemann. Baden-Baden, DE: Nomos-Verlag. p. 255-294. doi: 10.5771/9783845286556-255

Andreas Jungherr (2017). Einsatz Digitaler Technologie im Wahlkampf. In Medienkompetenz: Herausforderung für Politik, politische Bildung und Medienbildung, eds. Harald Gapski, Monika Oberle, and Walter Staufer. Bonn, DE: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung. p. 92-101.

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens (2016). Twitter-Nutzung in den Bundestagswahlkämpfen 2009 und 2013 im Vergleich. In Vergleichende Wahlkampfforschung: Studien anlässlich der Wahlen in Deutschland, eds. Jens Tenscher and Uta Rußmann. Wiesbaden, DE: Springer VS. p. 155-174. doi: 10.1007/978-3-658-12977-4_8

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens (2014). Stuttgart’s Black Thursday on Twitter: Mapping Political Protests with Social Media Data. In Analyzing Social Media Data and Web Networks, ed. Rachel Gibson, Marta Cantijoch, and Stephen Ward. New York, NY u.a.: Palgrave Macmillan. p. 154-196. doi: 10.1057/9781137276773_7 [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr. (2013). Tweets and Votes, a Special Relationship: The 2009 Federal Election in Germany. In Proceedings of PLEAD ’13: Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Politics, elections and data. New York, NY: ACM. p. 5-14. doi: 10.1145/2508436.2508437 [Preprint: Tweets and Votes, a Special Relationship: The 2009 Federal Election in Germany]

Pascal Jürgens, Andreas Jungherr, and Harald Schoen. (2011). Small Worlds with a Difference: New Gatekeepers and the Filtering of Political Information on Twitter. In WebSci ’11: Proceedings of the 3rd International Web Science Conference. New York, NY: ACM. doi: 10.1145/2527031.2527034 [Preprint] [Video of Pascal’s presentation hosted at]

Pascal Jürgens and Andreas Jungherr. (2011). Wahlkampf vom Sofa aus: Twitter im Bundestagswahlkampf 2009. In Das Internet im Wahlkampf: Analysen zur Bundestagswahl 2009, ed. Eva Johanna Schweitzer, and Steffen Albrecht. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaft. [Preprint]

Daniel Schultz and Andreas Jungherr. (2010). Applications: Picking the Right One in a Transient World. In Digital Activism Decoded: The New Mechanics of Change, ed. Mary Joyce. New York, NY u.a.: International Debate Education Association. [A copy of the book is available at the Meta-Activism Project]

Pascal Jürgens and Andreas Jungherr. (2010). Breaking the barrier: Interactive Election Campaign Communication on Twitter during the German General Election 2009. In 12th General Online Research Conference, GOR 10: Proceedings, ed. Martin Welker, Holger Geißler, Lars Kaczmirek, and Olaf Wenzel. Pforzheim: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Online-Forschung e.V.
[A pdf of the GOR 10 proceedings is available at the conference’s website]

Andreas Jungherr. (2009). Twitternde Politiker: Zwischen buntem Rauschen und Bürgernähe 2.0. In Soziale Netze in der digitalen Welt: Das Internet zwischen egalitärer Beteiligung und ökonomischer Macht, ed. Christoph Bieber, Martin Eifert, Thomas Groß, and Jörn Lamla. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag.

Pascal Jürgens and Andreas Jungherr. (2009). Twittering Dissent: Social Web Data Streams as Basis for Agent Based Models of Opinion Dynamics. In 11th General Online Research Conference, GOR 09: Proceedings, ed. Martin Welker, Holger Geißler, Lars Kaczmirek, and Olaf Wenzel. Vienna: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Online-Forschung e.V. [A pdf of the GOR 09 proceedings is available at the editor’s website]

Pascal Jürgens, Andreas Jungherr, and Benjamin Heitmann. (2009). The interplay of theory and observation: a proposition for structured research on human behavior on the web. In Proceedings of the WebSci’09: Society On-Line. Athens, Greece: Web Science Trust.

Book Reviews

Andreas Jungherr. (2017). Review of Eitan D. Hersh (2015). Hacking the Electorate: How Campaigns Perceive VotersInformation Technology & Politics. (Online First). doi:10.1080/19331681.2016.1275999

Andreas Jungherr. (2017). Review of Daniel Kreiss (2016). Prototype Politics: Technology-Intensive Campaigning and the Data of DemocracyThe International Journal of Press/Politics. (Online First). doi: 10.1177/1940161216688308

Andreas Jungherr. (2014). Review of John H. Parmelee, & Shannon L. Bichard (2012). Politics and the Twitter Revolution: How Tweets Influence the Relationship between Political Leaders and the PublicPublic Opinion Quarterly 78(1): 197-199.
doi: 10.1093/poq/nft075.

Working Papers

Andreas Jungherr, Antonin Finkelnburg, Ralf Güldenzopf, Matthias Mader, Harald Schoen, Alexander Wuttke. (2016). Wirkung politischer Informationsbriefe in Unterstützung von TTIP. Berlin: Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung. [pdf]

Andreas Jungherr, Harald Schoen und Ralf Güldenzopf. (2016). Twitter als politische Informationsquelle. Berlin: Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung. [pdf]

Pascal Jürgens and Andreas Jungherr. (2016). A Tutorial for Using Twitter Data in the Social Sciences: Data Collection, Preparation, and Analysis. Social Science Research Network (SSRN). doi: 10.2139/ssrn.2710146

Andreas Jungherr. (2014). Twitter in Politics: A Comprehensive Literature Review. Working Paper (February 27, 2014). Available at Social Science Research Network (SSRN). doi: 10.2139/ssrn.2402443


Pascal Jürgens and Andreas Jungherr. (2016). twitterresearch [Computer software]. Available at


Andreas Jungherr, Matthias Mader, Harald Schoen, and Alexander Wuttke. 2018. Replication Data for: Context-Driven Attitude Formation: The Difference Between Supporting Free Trade in the Abstract and Supporting Specific Trade Agreements. Harvard Dataverse. doi:10.7910/DVN/FDSXMR

Alexander Wuttke, Andreas Jungherr, and Harald Schoen. 2017. Longitudinal party member survey, CDU Berlin. GESIS datorium, Cologne. doi:10.7802/1533

Other Publications

Andreas Jungherr, Matthias Mader, Harald Schoen und Alexander Wuttke. 2018. For free trade, but against TTIP: public opinion and the backlash against globalisation. LSE Business Review. (03/07/2018).

Andreas Jungherr. 2017. Die Zukunft des datengestützten Haustürwahlkampfs entscheidet sich jetzt. In Wahlanalyse 2017: Strategie. Kampagne. Bedeutung, eds. Mario Voigt, Ralf Güldenzopf, and Jan Böttger. Quadriga Hochschule: Berlin, pp. 110-114.

Andreas Jungherr. (2016). Die Diskussion um die Filterblase lenkt von den wahren Problemen abDer Tagesspiegel. (08/12/2016).

Andreas Jungherr. (2014). Die Rolle des Internets in den Kampagnen der Parteien zur Bundestagswahl 2013. In Jahrbuch Netzpolitik 2013, Markus Beckedahl (Hrsg.). Berlin.

Andreas Jungherr. (2013). Twitter-Talk zum #tvduell: Mehr als #Merkelkette? (5/9/2013).

Andreas Jungherr. (2013). Statistik-Zwischenruf: Twitter sagt nicht das Wahlergebnis vorher. Spiegel Online (2/9/2013).

Andreas Jungherr und Harald Schoen. (2013). Die Twitter-Schatten von Angela Merkel und Peer Steinbrück: Auslöser und Themen. ZEIT Online: Zweitstimme (13/08/2013).

Andreas Jungherr. (2013). Digitale Werkzeuge als Teil der Infrastruktur politischer (22/07/2013). Reprinted in: Klas Roggenkamp and Sebastian Schmidtsdorf (Ed.). 2013. #BTW13: Bundestagswahl 2013 – Themen, Tools, Wahlkampf. Berlin/Brüssel: polisphere e.V. pp. 142-145.

Andreas Jungherr, David J. Knepper und Harald Schoen. (2013). Wie sichtbar sind die Webseiten politischer Parteien für Suchmaschinen? ZEIT Online: Zweitstimme (16/05/2013).

Andreas Jungherr. (2013). Schleppender Beginn: Deutsche Politiker entdecken Twitter nur zögerlich. Internationale Politik 2013 März/April: 54-59. [Preprint]

Andreas Jungherr. (2012). Netzpolitischer Rückblick 2012 December 20.

Andreas Jungherr. (2012). Die Rückkehr der Freiwilligen: Die steigende Bedeutung von GOTV in amerikanischen Kampagnen. October 29.

Andreas Jungherr. (2012). Is GOTV a Universally Applicable Answer for Campaigns to the Challenge of Fragmented Audiences? Mobilizing Ideas. September 1.

Andreas Jungherr. (2012). Spannende Ergänzung. move moderne verwaltung 10(2): 30-33.

Andreas Jungherr, David J. Ludwigs, and Harald Schoen. (2011). Wie sichtbar sind die Webseiten politischer Parteien für Suchmaschinen? ZEIT Online: Zweitstimme.

Andreas Jungherr. (2011). Die Suchmaschinensichtbarkeit von Parteiwebseiten. PolitCamp Blog.

Andreas Jungherr, David J. Ludwigs, and Harald Schoen. (2011). Sichtbarkeitsreport: Wie sichtbar sind die Webseiten von politischen Parteien für Suchmaschinen? (12 September 2011).

Andreas Jungherr. (2011). Wer hat, dem wird gegeben: Politische Beteiligung im Internet. Blogfraktion.

Andreas Jungherr, and Harald Schoen. (2011). E-Petitionen und Twitter-Wahlkampf: Digital Methoden in der Politikwissenschaft. uni.vers Forschung. Sonderheft Digital Humanities, Technologien für die Geisteswissenschaften. Mai 2011, (pp. 52-55).

Andreas Jungherr, Pascal Jürgens, and Harald Schoen. (2011). Alle Twitterer sind gleich, aber manche sind gleicher: Neue Gatekeeper und ihre Bedeutung für die Verbreitung von Nachrichten auf Twitter. Zweitstimme.

Andreas Jungherr, Pascal Jürgens, and Harald Schoen. (2011). Auf der Jagd nach den 50.000 Klicks: E-Petitionen in Deutschland. Zweitstimme.

Andreas Jungherr, Pascal Jürgens, and Harald Schoen. (2010). Twitterprognosen, oder: Warum die Piratenpartei beinahe die Wahl 2009 gewonnen hätte. Zweitstimme.

Christian Jung, and Andreas Jungherr. (2010). Unterstützer als politische Botschafter gewinnen. KampagnenPraxis.

Andreas Jungherr, David J. Ludwigs, and Malte Krohn. (2010). Neues Kleid macht alten Newsletter erfolgreich. KampagnenPraxis.

Mary Joyce, Andreas Jungherr, and Daniel Schultz. (2009). Testimony before Congress on „Twitter against Tyrants: New Media in Authoritarian Regimes“, at a hearing of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (Helsinki Commission), 22 October 2009.
[Hosted at the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe]

Andreas Jungherr. (2009). The DigiActive Guide to Twitter for Activism.

Andreas Jungherr. (2006). “Von der Bedeutung der Erzählungen: Politische Führer als Meistererzähler.” In Aufsatzwettbewerb: Politische Führung in der Demokratie, ed. Herbert-Quandt-Stiftung. Berlin: Herbert-Quandt-Stiftung.


Andreas Jungherr. (2015). Twitter in the Analysis of Social Phenomena
: Mediated Reflections of Social Life in Digital Trace Data. Poster presented at Herrenhäuser Konferenz: Big Data in a Transdisciplinary PerspectiveVolkswagen Stiftung. Hannover, March 25-27.

Andreas Jungherr, and Pascal Jürgens. (2008). Modeling Small-Group Interaction on Pervasive Digital Channels: New Influence on Public Opinion. Poster presented at the International Workshop on Challenges and Visions in the Social Sciences. Chair of Sociology, in particular of Modeling and Simulation, ETH Zurich, Switzerland on 18-23 August.