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Stefaan Walgrave
Stefaan Walgrave
Professor of Political Science, University of Antwerp
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Populism as political communication style: An empirical study of political parties' discourse in Belgium
J Jagers, S Walgrave
European journal of political research 46 (3), 319-345, 2007
19772007
The contingency of the mass media's political agenda setting power: Toward a preliminary theory
S Walgrave, P Van Aelst
Journal of communication 56 (1), 88-109, 2006
10912006
Punctuated equilibrium in comparative perspective
FR Baumgartner, C Breunig, C Green‐Pedersen, BD Jones, ...
American Journal of Political Science 53 (3), 603-620, 2009
7242009
The Mass Media's Political Agenda-Setting Power: A Longitudinal Analysis of Media, Parliament, and Government in Belgium (1993 to 2000)
S Walgrave, S Soroka, M Nuytemans
Comparative Political Studies, 2007
5542007
Who is that (wo) man in the street? From the normalisation of protest to the normalisation
P Van Aelst, S Walgrave
European Journal of Political Research 39 (4), 461-486, 2001
5182001
Who demonstrates? Antistate rebels, conventional participants, or everyone?
P Norris, S Walgrave, P Van Aelst
Comparative politics, 189-205, 2005
4942005
A general empirical law of public budgets: A comparative analysis
BD Jones, FR Baumgartner, C Breunig, C Wlezien, S Soroka, M Foucault, ...
American Journal of Political Science 53 (4), 855-873, 2009
4052009
New media, new movements? The role of the internet in shaping the ‘anti‐globalization’movement
P Van Aelst, S Walgrave
Information, Communication & Society 5 (4), 465-493, 2002
4042002
The tie that divides: Cross‐national evidence of the primacy of partyism
SJ Westwood, S Iyengar, S Walgrave, R Leonisio, L Miller, O Strijbis
European Journal of Political Research 57 (2), 333-354, 2018
3392018
The Associative Dimension of Issue Ownership
S Walgrave, J Lefevere, A Tresch
Public opinion quarterly, 2012
3302012
The contingency of intermedia agenda setting: A longitudinal study in Belgium
R Vliegenthart, S Walgrave
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 85 (4), 860-877, 2008
3252008
The making of the (issues of the) Vlaams Blok
S Walgrave, K De Swert
Political Communication 21 (4), 479-500, 2004
2892004
New media, new movements
P Van Aelst, S Walgrave
The Role of the Internet in Shaping the ‘Anti‐globalization’Movementá…, 2004
2542004
Issue ownership stability and change: How political parties claim and maintain issues through media appearances
S Walgrave, J Lefevere, M Nuytemans
Political Communication 26 (2), 153-172, 2009
2532009
Where does issue ownership come from? From the party or from the media? Issue-party identifications in Belgium, 1991-2005
S Walgrave, K De Swert
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 12 (1), 37-67, 2007
2472007
Nonrepresentative representatives: An experimental study of the decision making of elected politicians
L Sheffer, PJ Loewen, S Soroka, S Walgrave, T Sheafer
American Political Science Review 112 (2), 302-321, 2018
2282018
Selection and response bias in protest surveys
S Walgrave, J Verhulst
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 16 (2), 203-222, 2011
219*2011
Minimal or massive? The political agenda-setting power of the mass media according to different methods
P Van Aelst, S Walgrave
The International Journal of Press/Politics 16 (3), 295-313, 2011
2092011
Content matters: The dynamics of parliamentary questioning in Belgium and Denmark
R Vliegenthart, S Walgrave
Comparative Political Studies 44 (8), 1031-1059, 2011
2022011
Agenda setting, policies, and political systems: A comparative approach
C Green-Pedersen, S Walgrave
University of Chicago Press, 2020
2002020
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