What we (Don't) Know About Voting and Why it Matters: Citizen Meanings of Voting
Date: December 9, 2022
Ming Manuel Boyer presented at the Dutch Political Psychology Meeting, hosted by the Amsterdam School of Communication Research at the University of Amsterdam their working paper with Carolina Plescia, Cal Le Gall, Maria B. Abdala and Anna Lia Brunetti.
Meanings of voting: What we (don't) know about voting and why it matters
Date: December 2, 2022
The Governance research team at Pacte laboratory invited Cal Le Gall for a presentation during their weekly seminar. Cal Le Gall presented two working papers at this occasion: “The emergence and content of citizens’ meanings of voting: An analysis of focus groups and individual interviews” co-authored with Carolina Plescia and Maria B. Abdala, and "What we (don't) know about voting and why it matters" with Carolina Plescia, Maria B. Abdala, Anna Lia Brunetti and Ming Boyer.
In It to Win It? The Role of Citizen Meanings of Voting in the Winner Loser Gap of Diffuse Political Support
Date: December 1, 2022
Carolina Plescia presented their working paper with Ming M. Boyer and Anna Lia Brunetti ‘In It to Win It? The Role of Citizen Meanings of Voting in the Winner Loser Gap of Diffuse Political Support‘ at the Ciència Política of the University of Barcelona.
9th European Communication Conference
Date: October 19-22, 2022
For the ECREA 2022 conference in Aarhus, the theme “Rethink Impact” is suggested as a frame for discussing how research, academic education, and training interact with, impact on and reflect society. Ming Boyer presents the working paper “Negative campaigns, negative votes? How negative and dirty campaigning impacts citizens' meanings of voting”.
2022 APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Date: September 15-18, 2022
The 2022 conference theme is “Rethink, Restructure, and Reconnect: Towards A Post-Pandemic Political Science.” Ming Boyer presents the working paper “A Social Identity Perspective on Negative Campaigning: Effects of Positive, Negative and “Dirty” Campaigning by Ingroup and Outgroup Parties” at the APSA Pre-Conference in Political Communication. Anna Lia Brunetti presents the working paper “Political Support and Citizen Meanings of Voting”.
ECPR General Conference
Date: August 22-26, 2022
The General Conference is a prestigious global stage that promotes innovative thinking, facilitates rich discussions and nurtures the development of research across all sub-disciplines of political science. Ming Boyer presents the working paper on “Negative campaigns, negative votes? How perceptions of political campaigns impact citizens’ meanings of voting”.
The 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP)
Date: July 14-17, 2022
The conference theme is “Democracy as an Achievement: Recognizing Tensions, Challenges, and Aspirations through Political Psychology.” Cal Le Gall presents the working paper on “The emergence and content of citizens’ meanings of voting: An analysis of focus groups and individual interviews”.
Challenges of Electoral Integrity Around the Globe – Virtual Conference of EIP
Date: July 4-8, 2022
This workshop brings together academics and practitioners to discuss current challenges of electoral integrity around the globe. María Belén Abdala presents the working paper on “Election integrity and the meanings of voting”.
Will the Orbán Regime Survive or Fall? Roundtable on the 2022 Hungarian Elections
Date: March 29, 2022
Invited experts discuss the chance of survival or fall of Orbán's competitive authoritarian regime. Carolina Plescia showcases the project’s aim, and fresh evidence on data collected in Hungary.