Martin Dolezal
Martin Dolezal
University of Salzburg (Austria); Institute for Advanced Studies (Vienna, Austria)
Verified email at sbg.ac.at
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West European politics in the age of globalization
H Kriesi, E Grande, R Lachat, M Dolezal, S Bornschier, T Frey
Cambridge University Press, 2008
19792008
Globalization and the transformation of the national political space: Six European countries compared
H Kriesi, E Grande, R Lachat, M Dolezal, S Bornschier, T Frey
European Journal of Political Research 45 (6), 924-956, 2006
16872006
Political Conflict in Western Europe
H Kriesi, E Grande, M Dolezal, M Helbling, D Höglinger, S Hutter, B Wüest
Cambridge University Press, 2012
8992012
Exploring the stabilization of a political force: The social and attitudinal basis of green parties in the age of globalization
M Dolezal
West European Politics 33 (3), 534-552, 2010
1542010
How parties compete for votes: A test of saliency theory
M Dolezal, L Ennser‐Jedenastik, WC Müller, AK Winkler
European Journal of Political Research 53 (1), 57-76, 2014
1512014
Debating Islam in Austria, Germany and Switzerland: Ethnic citizenship, church–state relations and right-wing populism
M Dolezal, M Helbling, S Hutter
West European Politics 33 (2), 171-190, 2010
1162010
Die österreichischen Abgeordneten. Individuelle Präferenzen und politisches Verhalten
WC Müller, M Jenny, B Steininger, M Dolezal, W Philipp, ...
Individuelle Präferenzen und politisches Verhalten, Vienna, 2001
912001
Globalization and its impact on national spaces of competition
H Kriesi, E Grande, R Lachat, M Dolezal, S Bornschier, T Frey
West European Politics in the Age of Globalization, 3-22, 2008
802008
The life cycle of party manifestos: The Austrian case
M Dolezal, L Ennser-Jedenastik, WC Müller, A Katharina Winkler
West European Politics 35 (4), 869-895, 2012
732012
Almost an earthquake: The Austrian parliamentary election of 2013
M Dolezal, E Zeglovits
West European Politics 37 (3), 644-652, 2014
562014
Konsensdemokratie unter Druck? Politischer Protest in Österreich, 1975-2005
M Dolezal, S Hutter
Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 36 (3), 337-352, 2007
502007
Online campaigning by Austrian political candidates: Determinants of using personal websites, Facebook, and Twitter
M Dolezal
Policy & Internet 7 (1), 103-119, 2015
442015
The design of the study: the distinguishing characteristics of our approach
M Dolezal
West European Politics in the Age of Globalization, 53-74, 2008
432008
Demand side: dealignment and realignment of the structural political potentials
R Lachat, M Dolezal
West European Politics in the Age of Globalization, 237-266, 2008
402008
Germany: the dog that didn't bark
M Dolezal
West European Politics in the Age of Globalization, 208-234, 2008
382008
Analyzing Manifestos in their Electoral Context A New Approach Applied to Austria, 2002–2008
M Dolezal, L Ennser-Jedenastik, WC Müller, AK Winkler
Political Science Research and Methods 4 (3), 641-650, 2016
36*2016
Beyond salience and position taking: How political parties communicate through their manifestos
M Dolezal, L Ennser-Jedenastik, WC Müller, K Praprotnik, AK Winkler
Party Politics 24 (3), 240-252, 2018
312018
The radical right as driving force in the electoral arena?
M Dolezal, J Hellström
Politicising Europe: Integration and Mass Politics, 156-180, 2016
252016
Austria: transformation driven by an established party
M Dolezal
West European Politics in the Age of Globalization, 105-129, 2008
252008
Participation and party choice: comparing the demand-side of the new cleavage across arenas
M Dolezal, S Hutter
Political Conflict in Western Europe, 67-95, 2012
242012
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