„Youth Study Hungary 2021 - Discontent, Polarisation, Pro-Europeanism”, the new book by András Bíró-Nagy and Andrea Szabó on Hungarian youth has been published
New publication: Does cohort size matter? Assessing the effect of youth cohort size and peer influence on young people’s electoral participation
The article titled "Does cohort size matter? Assessing the effect of youth cohort size and peer influence on young people’s electoral participation", written by Godfred Bonnah Nksansah and Zsófia Papp is now available in the Journal of Youth Studies.
New publication: Environmental attitudes, environmental problems and party choice. A large-N comparative study
The new publication of Zsófia Papp titled "Environmental attitudes, environmental problems and party choice. A large-N comparative study" is now available in the Political Geography journal.
The new article by Veronika Patkós and Árpád Stump titled "Do electoral reforms tend to favour the incumbents? A quantitative analysis" is now available in the Acta Politica journal.
New publication: "Measuring partisan polarization with partisan differences in satisfaction with the government: the introduction of a new comparative approach"
Veronika Patkós' new article titled "Measuring partisan polarization with partisan differences in satisfaction with the government: the introduction of a new comparative approach" is now available in the Quality & Quantity journal.
Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies invites submissions for its thematic issue on ‘Challenges of children’s rights’, guest edited by Ágnes Lux (Centre for Social Sciences)
Call for Application for a Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship in Law: Centre for Social Sciences Institute for Legal Studies and the Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences have established a joint fellowship programme. This programme aims to enhance international competitiveness in research and education by involving a postdoctoral foreign researcher in Hungarian academic work. The programme is termed for a period of 10 months.
New publication: Investigating the Effects of Self-centered Social Media Communication Style on User Engagement
A new article has been published in the Political Communication journal, entitled "Keep Them Engaged! Investigating the Effects of Self-centered Social Media Communication Style on User Engagement in 12 European Countries". It has been written by Márton Bene, Andrea Ceron, Vicente Fenoll, Jörg Haßler, Simon Kruschinski, Anders Olof Larsson, Melanie Magin, Katharina Schlosser and Anna-Katharina Wurst
A new article entitled "Strikingly similar: Comparing visual political communication of populist and non-populist parties across 28 countries" is now available in the European Journal of Communication. It was authored by Xénia Farkas, Daniel Jackson, Paweł Baranowski, Márton Bene, Uta Russmann, and Anastasia Veneti.
No Sword Bites So Fiercly as an Evil Tongue? Gossip Wrecks Reputation, but Enhances Cooperation (EVILTONGUE)
An introduction with video to the project funded by the European Research Council
The research team provides professional-methodological support for district and settlement programs aimed at improving children's chances and preventing the reproduction of disadvantages in the framework of a European Union co-financed consortium tender (EFOP-1.4.1-15 "Professional Support for Integrated Program for Children"). The primary objective and task of the research group is to assist the planning of Hungarian social policy interventions with policy-oriented research, analysis and evaluation.