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Post07_Experimental Evidence on How Different Frames of the Energy Transition Influence Readiness to Adopt in Lifestyle Changes and Political Participation SubmittedPost07

Experimental Evidence on How Different Frames of the Energy Transition Influence Readiness to Adopt in Lifestyle Changes and Political Participation Submitted Authors: Felipe G. Santos, Matthias Hoffmann, Dan Mercea Using a vignette experiment embedded in a nationally representative survey of the Romanianpopulation, we test how different ways of framing the energy transition influence people’sreadiness to […]

Post06_Unlikely Allies? Protest Co-Participation Networks of Civil Society Organizations and Political Parties SubmittedPost06

Unlikely Allies? Protest Co-Participation Networks of Civil Society Organizations and Political Parties Submitted Authors: Matthias Hoffmann, Felipe G. Santos, Dan Mercea, Sorana Constantinescu, HenriPozsar, Claudiu Vlasie, Fernando Varga, Teresa Zenteno The rise and electoral success of so-called ‘populist’, ‘challenger’, or ‘movement’ parties has shed new light on the intersection of institutional and extra-institutional politics. Recent […]

Post05_Social Learning from Tweets to Streets: Exploring Frame alignment in the RomaniaPost05

Social Learning from Tweets to Streets: Exploring Frame alignment in the Romanian #rezist Protests Authors: Dan Mercea, Felipe G. Santos, Matthias Hoffmann, Sorana Constantinescu, HenriPozsar, Claudiu Vlasie, Fernando Varga, Teresa Zenteno Abstract: Triggered by plans to water down legislation on misconduct in public office, the #rezistdemonstrations were a set of rolling protests in Romania, widely […]

Post04_”Young democrats, critical citizens and protest voters: studying the profiles of movement party supporters” by Felipe G. Santos and Dan Mercea, published in January 2024

“Young democrats, critical citizens and protest voters: studying the profiles of movement party supporters” by Felipe G. Santos and Dan Mercea, published in January 2024. The article “Young democrats, critical citizens and protest voters: studying the profiles of movement party supporters” by Felipe G. Santos and Dan Mercea, published in January 2024, explores the evolving […]

Post03_”Protesting the Lockdown: Geo-indexing a Movement Publicly Opposing Covid-19 Policies on Facebook” by Dan Mercea, Michael Saker, and Felipe G. Santos

“Protesting the Lockdown: Geo-indexing a Movement Publicly Opposing Covid-19 Policies on Facebook” by Dan Mercea, Michael Saker, and Felipe G. Santos The article “Protesting the Lockdown: Geo-indexing a Movement Publicly Opposing Covid-19 Policies on Facebook” by Dan Mercea, Michael Saker, and Felipe G. Santos, explores how a public movement that opposed Covid-19 policies was organized […]

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Felipe González Santos Opens a Window to Controversial History: From Extremist Antisemitism to Support for Zionism in the Podcast “Un Tema Al Dia” In a recent edition of the popular podcast “Un Tema Al Dia”, moderated by Juan Luis Sánchez, we had the unique opportunity to listen to a captivating dialogue with Felipe González Santos, […]

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The Launch of the “Take Part” Project in the Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Political, Administrative, and Communication Sciences On October 23, 2023, within the Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Political, Administrative, and Communication Sciences (FSPAC), an important moment took place: the launch of the “Take Part – Social […]

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