Programme for Seminar on Voting Behaviour – Københavns Universitet

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12. august 2009

Programme for Seminar on Voting Behaviour

The programme for the seminar on voting behaviour is now finalised. You can download the papers for each session by clicking on the titel of each presentation. Download the entire programme here.

Two Day Seminar on Voting Behaviour

With Keynote Ian McAllister the State of Current and Future Election Studies

Monday the 24th of August 2009

10.00-12.00: Session 1:

Components of Issue Ownership: The Interlinkage of Problem Solving Competencies and Group Representation in the Formation of Issue Ownership
Associate professor Rune Stubager, Aarhus University and assistant professor Rune Slothuus, Aarhus University

Dimensions in Politics: New and old politics
Professor Ole Borre, Aarhus University

12.00: Lunch

13.00-15.00: Session 2:

The Danes Opinions toward Immigrants 1998-2007
Associate professor Hans Jørgen Nielsen, University of Copenhagen

Designing Campaign and Election Studies: New Opportunities and Pitfalls
Professor Claes de Vreese, Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASoCR)

15.00: Keynote: Election Studies: State of the Field and Beyond

By Professor Ian McAllister, Australian National University

16:00-16.15: Break

16.15-17.00: Session 3:

How to Weight the Danish Election Data 2007 and the Consequence
Professor Søren Risbjerg Thomsen, Aarhus University

Tuesday the 25th of August 2009

10.00-12.00: Session 4:

The Cultural Component in Voting Behaviour
Professor Søren Risbjerg Thomsen, Aarhus University

Voters and the Election Campaigns - Late Deciders who are they?
Associate professor Kasper M. Hansen, University of Copenhagen 12:00: Lunch

12.00: Lunch 

13.00-15.00: Session 5:

The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES)
Professor Ian McAllister, Australian National University

Change and Stability in Issue Ownership – the Influence of Government Performance
Johan Martinsson, Göteborg University

15:00-15.15: Break

15.15-17.00: Session 6:

Changing Agenda: From Welfare to Economic Crisis
Professor Jørgen Goul Andersen, Aarhus University

Media Coverage and Vote Choice: A New Approach

Assistant professor David Nicolas Hopmann, Assistant professor Rens Vliegenthart, ASoCR, Professor Claes de Vreese ASoCR & Professor Erik Albæk, University of Southern Denmark