Martin Haselmayer
Martin Haselmayer
Foresight / University of Vienna, Department of Government
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Sentiment analysis of political communication: Combining a dictionary approach with crowdcoding
M Haselmayer, M Jenny
Quality & quantity 51, 2623-2646, 2017
More than bags of words: Sentiment analysis with word embeddings
E Rudkowsky, M Haselmayer, M Wastian, M Jenny, Š Emrich, M Sedlmair
Communication Methods and Measures 12 (2-3), 140-157, 2018
Partisan bias in message selection: Media gatekeeping of party press releases
M Haselmayer, M Wagner, TM Meyer
Political communication 34 (3), 367-384, 2017
Negative campaigning and its consequences: a review and a look ahead
M Haselmayer
French Politics 17, 355-372, 2019
Who gets into the papers? Party campaign messages and the media
TM Meyer, M Haselmayer, M Wagner
British Journal of Political Science, 1-22, 2017
Fighting for attention: Media coverage of negative campaign messages
M Haselmayer, TM Meyer, M Wagner
Party Politics 25 (3), 412-423, 2019
Friendly fire? Negative campaigning among coalition partners
M Haselmayer, M Jenny
Research & Politics 5 (3), 2053168018796911, 2018
Does social media enhance party responsiveness? How user engagement shapes parties’ issue attention on Facebook
L Ennser-Jedenastik, C Gahn, A Bodlos, M Haselmayer
Party Politics 28 (3), 468-481, 2022
AUTNES manual content analysis of the media overage 2013
JM Eberl, R Vonbun, M Haselmayer, C Jacobi, K Kleinen-von Königslöw, ...
GESIS Data Archive, Cologne, 2016
More than bags of words: Sentiment analysis with word embeddings. Communication Methods and Measures, 12 (2–3), 140–157
E Rudkowsky, M Haselmayer, M Wastian, M Jenny, Š Emrich, M Sedlmair
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
Love is blind. Partisanship and perception of negative campaign messages in a multiparty system
M Haselmayer, L Hirsch, M Jenny
Political Research Exchange 2 (1), 1806002, 2020
Negative campaigning
M Dolezal, M Haselmayer, D Johann, K Thomas, L Ennser-Jedenastik
Böhlau, 2014
Measuring incivility in parliamentary debates: Validating a sentiment analysis procedure with Calls to Order in the Austrian Parliament
M Jenny, M Haselmayer, D Kapla
Political Incivility in the Parliamentary, Electoral and Media Arena, 56-66, 2021
The Austrian election of 2017: an election won in the long campaign
A Bodlos, L Ennser-Jedenastik, M Haselmayer, TM Meyer, WC Müller
2017: Europe’s Bumper, 151-172, 2018
Who talks about what? Issue strategies across the party hierarchy
L ENNSER‐JEDENASTIK, M Haselmayer, LM Huber, M Fenz
European Journal of Political Research 61 (3), 842-852, 2022
Candidates rather than context shape campaign sentiment in French Presidential Elections (1965–2017)
M Haselmayer
French Politics 19 (4), 394-420, 2021
Gender bias in asylum adjudications: evidence for leniency toward token women
A Ecker, L Ennser-Jedenastik, M Haselmayer
Sex Roles 82, 117-126, 2020
Who gets into the papers? Media attention to party communication in election campaigns
M Haselmayer, TM Meyer, M Wagner
73rd Annual MPSA Conference, Chicago, IL, USA, 2015
AUTNES MediaAutomatic 2013: Documentation
M Haselmayer, C Jacobi, H Boomgaarden, JM Eberl, R Vonbun, ...
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