Olga Eisele
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In validations we trust? The impact of imperfect human annotations as a gold standard on the quality of validation of automated content analysis
H Song, P Tolochko, JM Eberl, O Eisele, E Greussing, T Heidenreich, ...
Political Communication 37 (4), 550-572, 2020
From constraining to catalysing dissensus? The impact of political contestation on parliamentary communication in EU affairs
K Auel, O Eisele, L Kinski
Comparative European Politics 14, 154-176, 2016
What happens in parliament stays in parliament? Newspaper coverage of national parliaments in EU affairs
K Auel, O Eisele, L Kinski
JCMS: Journal of common market studies 56 (3), 628-645, 2018
Less fragmented than we thought? Toward clarification of a subdisciplinary linkage in communication science, 2010–2019
H Song, JM Eberl, O Eisele
Journal of Communication 70 (3), 310-334, 2020
Contesting European solidarity during the “refugee crisis”: A comparative investigation of media claims in Denmark, Germany, Greece and Italy
VK Bršndle, O Eisele, HJ Trenz
Mass Communication and Society 22 (6), 708-732, 2019
Building the bridge: topic modeling for comparative research
F Lind, JM Eberl, O Eisele, T Heidenreich, S Galyga, HG Boomgaarden
Communication Methods and Measures 16 (2), 96-114, 2022
Solidarity in the media and public contention over refugees in Europe
M Cinalli, HJ Trenz, V Bršndle, O Eisele, C Lahusen
Taylor & Francis, 2021
Complementing, competing, or co-operating? Exploring newspapers’ portrayals of the European Parliament and national parliaments in EU affairs
O Eisele
Journal of European Integration 39 (4), 435-451, 2017
An emotional rally: exploring commenters’ responses to online news coverage of the COVID-19 crisis in Austria
O Eisele, O Litvyak, VK Bršndle, P Balluff, A Fischeneder, C Sotirakou, ...
Digital Journalism 10 (6), 952-975, 2022
Applied solidarity in times of crisis: exploring the contexts of civil society activities in Greece and Germany
L DurŠn Mogollůn, O Eisele, M Paschou
Acta Politica 56, 308-329, 2021
Taking voice and taking sides: the role of social media commenting in solidarity contestation
HJ Trenz, VK Bršndle, M Cinalli, O Eisele
Citizens’ Solidarity in Europe, 149, 2020
6. Solidarity contestation in the public domain during the ‘refugee crisis’
M Cinalli, O Eisele, VK Bršndle, HJ Trenz
Citizens’ solidarity in Europe, 120, 2020
Sharing is caring? Exploring the relationship between preferences for online participation and support for solidarity between EU member states
VK Bršndle, O Eisele
American Behavioral Scientist 63 (4), 523-537, 2019
Die Europšische Union: ein auŖenpolitisches Chamšleon? Eine systematische Bestandsaufnahme
C Barnickel, O Eisele, K Kruse, C ‹cker
DEU 1, 43, 2010
Exploring engagement with EU news on Facebook: The influence of content characteristics
T Heidenreich, O Eisele, K Watanabe, HG Boomgaarden
Politics and Governance 10 (1), 121-132, 2022
Trump and circumstance: introducing the post-truth claim as an instrument for investigating truth contestation in public discourse
A KluknavskŠ, O Eisele
Information, Communication & Society, 1-18, 2021
The politicising spark? Exploring the impact of# MeToo on the gender equality discourse in Australian print media
O Eisele, E Escalante-Block, A KluknavskŠ, HG Boomgaarden
Australian journal of political science 57 (4), 309-327, 2022
Falling on Deaf Ears? Exploring the Effects of Newspaper Coverage of the European Parliament on Public Support for it
O Eisele
Parliamentary Affairs 73 (1), 186-210, 2020
Taking voice’and ‘taking sides’: The role of social media commenting
HJ Trenz, VK Bršndle, M Cinalli, O Eisele
Integrated Report on Transnational Solidarity in the Public Domain (WP5†…, 2017
Kommunikatives Schweigen? Zur Kommunikationsfunktion nationaler Parlamente in EU-Angelegenheiten
O Eisele, L Kinski
Sprechen Sie EU? Das kommunikative Versagen einer groŖen Idee: Beitršge zur†…, 2014
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