Joost van Spanje
Joost van Spanje
Professor of Political Science, Royal Holloway U of London
Zweryfikowany adres z rhul.ac.uk - Strona główna
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Contagious parties: Anti-immigration parties and their impact on other parties’ immigration stances in contemporary Western Europe
J Van Spanje
Party Politics 16 (5), 563-586, 2010
Immigration, Europe and the ‘new’cultural dimension
W Van der Brug, J Van Spanje
European Journal of Political Research 48 (3), 309-334, 2009
The party as pariah: The exclusion of anti-immigration parties and its effect on their ideological positions
J Van Spanje, W Van Der Brug
West European Politics 30 (5), 1022-1040, 2007
Covering the crisis: Media coverage of the economic crisis and citizens’ economic expectations
HG Boomgaarden, J van Spanje, R Vliegenthart, CH de Vreese
Acta Politica 46 (4), 353-379, 2011
Europhile media and Eurosceptic voting: Effects of news media coverage on Eurosceptic voting in the 2009 European parliamentary elections
J Van Spanje, C De Vreese
Political Communication 31 (2), 325-354, 2014
Across time and space: Explaining variation in news coverage of the E uropean U nion
HG Boomgaarden, CH De Vreese, ART Schuck, R Azrout, M Elenbaas, ...
European Journal of Political Research 52 (5), 608-629, 2013
Owning the issues of crime and immigration: The relation between immigration and crime news and anti-immigrant voting in 11 countries
B Burscher, J Van Spanje, CH de Vreese
Electoral studies 38, 59-69, 2015
Explaining campaign news coverage: How medium, time, and context explain variation in the media framing of the 2009 European parliamentary elections
ART Schuck, R Vliegenthart, HG Boomgaarden, M Elenbaas, R Azrout, ...
Journal of Political Marketing 12 (1), 8-28, 2013
Crime story: The role of crime and immigration in the anti-immigration vote
E Dinas, J van Spanje
Electoral studies 30 (4), 658-671, 2011
Being intolerant of the intolerant. The exclusion of Western European anti-immigration parties and its consequences for party choice
J Van Spanje, W Van der Brug
Acta Politica 44, 353-384, 2009
How established parties reduce other parties’ electoral support: the strategy of parroting the pariah
J Van Spanje, ND De Graaf
West european politics 41 (1), 1-27, 2018
When news matters: Media effects on public support for European Union enlargement in 21 countries
R Azrout, J Van Spanje, C De Vreese
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 50 (5), 691-708, 2012
Anti-immigrant party support and media visibility: A cross-party, over-time perspective
R Vliegenthart, HG Boomgaarden, J Van Spanje
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 22 (3), 315-358, 2012
So what’s wrong with the EU? Motivations underlying the Eurosceptic vote in the 2009 European elections
J Van Spanje, C De Vreese
European Union Politics 12 (3), 405-429, 2011
The wrong and the right: A comparative analysis of ‘anti-immigration’and ‘far right’parties
J Van Spanje
Government and Opposition 46 (3), 293-320, 2011
Keeping the rascals in: Anti‐political‐establishment parties and their cost of governing in established democracies
J Van Spanje
European Journal of Political Research 50 (5), 609-635, 2011
Parties beyond the pale: Why some political parties are ostracized by their competitors while others are not
J Van Spanje
Comparative European Politics 8, 354-383, 2010
Talking Turkey: Anti-immigrant attitudes and their effect on support for Turkish membership of the EU
R Azrout, J Van Spanje, C De Vreese
European Union Politics 12 (1), 3-19, 2011
The good, the bad and the voter: The impact of hate speech prosecution of a politician on electoral support for his party
J Van Spanje, C De Vreese
Party Politics 21 (1), 115-130, 2015
New parties in government: Party organisation and the costs of public office
N Bolleyer, J Van Spanje, A Wilson
West European Politics 35 (5), 971-998, 2012
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