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Recent publications of team members (selection)

Peer-reviewed journal articles

  • Daphi, P., Dollbaum, J.M., Haunss, S., Meier, L. (2024). Local Protest Event Analysis: providing a more comprehensive picture? West European Politics, 1-15. (Open Access)
  • Dollbaum, J.M., & Kim, S. (2024). Going jingo: a classification of the wartime positions of Russia’s “systemic opposition” parties. Post-Soviet Affairs, 1-24. (Open access)
  • Burkhardt, F., & Dollbaum, J. M. (2023). Lukashenka’s Constitutional Plebiscite and the Polarization of Belarusian Society. Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 56(3), 98–126.
  • Dollbaum, J. M., & Robertson, G. B. (2023). The Activist Personality: Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Opposition Activism in Authoritarian Regimes. Comparative Political Studies, 56(11), 1695–1723.
  • Dollbaum, J. F., & Dollbaum, J. M. (2022). Publicize or Perish—Challenger party success through megaphones and locomotives. European Journal of Political Research, 62(4), 1078–1100.
  • Wiedemann, G., Dollbaum, J. M., Haunss, S., Daphi, P., & Meier, L. D. (2022). A Generalizing Approach to Protest Event Detection in German Local News. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation.
  • Dkhair, K., & Klochko, P. (2021). Zelensky’s Image in Russian and Ukrainian News: Presidential Campaign 2019 in Ukraine. Central European Journal of Communication, 14(1), 62–76.
  • Dollbaum, J. M. (2021). Social Policy on Social Media: How Opposition Actors Used Twitter and VKontakte to Oppose the Russian Pension Reform. Problems of Post-Communism, 68(6), 509–520.

Non-peer reviewed journal articles, book chapters, etc.

  • Dollbaum, J. M. (2023). Wissenschaft im Krieg: Die Verantwortung der Regionalstudien und was daraus folgt. Russland-Analysen Nr. 438, July 2023
  • Dollbaum, J. M. (2023). Party Politics in Russia: Two and a Half Scenarios. Russian Analytical Digest Nr 294, June 2023
  • Burkhardt, F., & Dollbaum, J. M. (2022). Belarus Votes – Or Not: Lukashenka’s Constitutional Reform from the Public’s Perspective, ZOiS Spotlight, 16 February 2022, with Fabian Burkhardt (German version here)


(for a full list of Jan Matti's publications, see his personal website)