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Blassnig, Sina; Ernst, Nicole; Büchel, Florin; Engesser, Sven; Esser, Frank (2019). Populism in Online Election Coverage : analyzing populist statements by politicians, journalists, and readers in three countries. Journalism Studies, 20(8):1110-1129.

Wettstein, Martin; Esser, Frank; Büchel, Florin; Schemer, Christian; Wirz, Dominique S; Schulz, Anne; Ernst, Nicole; Engesser, Sven; Müller, Philipp; Wirth, Werner (2019). What Drives Populist Styles? Analyzing Immigration and Labor Market News in 11 Countries. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 96(2):516-536.

Ernst, Nicole; Esser, Frank; Blassnig, Sina; Engesser, Sven (2019). Favorable opportunity structures for populist communication: comparing different types of politicians and issues in social media, television and the press. International Journal of Press/Politics, 24(2):165-188.

Blassnig, Sina; Büchel, Florin; Ernst, Nicole; Engesser, Sven (2019). Populism and informal fallacies: an analysis of right-wing populist rhetoric in election campaigns. Argumentation, 33(1):107-136.

Ernst, Nicole; Blassnig, Sina; Engesser, Sven; Büchel, Florin; Esser, Frank (2019). Populists prefer social media over talk shows: an analysis of populist messages and stylistic elements across six countries. Social Media and Society, 5(1):1-14.

Blassnig, Sina; Ernst, Nicole; Büchel, Florin; Engesser, Sven (2018). Populist communication in talk shows and social media: a comparative content analysis in four countries. Studies in Communication - Media (SCM), 7(3):338-363.

Wirz, Dominique S; Wettstein, Martin; Schulz, Anne; Müller, Philipp; Schemer, Christian; Ernst, Nicole; Esser, Frank; Wirth, Werner (2018). The Effects of Right-Wing Populist Communication on Emotions and Cognitions toward Immigrants. International Journal of Press/Politics, 23(4):496-516.

Ernst, Nicole; Engesser, Sven; Esser, Frank (2017). Bipolar Populism? The Use of Anti-Elitism and People-Centrism by Swiss Parties on Social Media. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 23(3):253-261.

Ernst, Nicole; Kühne, Rinaldo; Wirth, Werner (2017). Effects of Message Repetition and Negativity on Credibility Judgments and Political Attitudes. International Journal of Communication:3265-3285.

Ernst, Nicole; Engesser, Sven; Büchel, Florin; Blassnig, Sina; Esser, Frank (2017). Extreme parties and populism: an analysis of Facebook and Twitter across six countries. Information, Communication and Society, 20(9):1347-1364.

Engesser, Sven; Ernst, Nicole; Esser, Frank; Büchel, Florin (2017). Populism and social media: how politicians spread a fragmented ideology. Information, Communication and Society, 20(8):1109-1126.

Ernst, Nicole; Engesser, Sven; Esser, Frank (2017). Switzerland: Favourable Conditions for Growing Populism. In: Aalberg, Toril; Esser, Frank; Reinemann, Carsten; Strömbäck, Jesper; de Vreese, Claes. Populist political communication in Europe. New York: Routledge, 151-164.

Wirth, Werner; Esser, Frank; Wettstein, Martin; Engesser, Sven; Wirz, Dominique; Schulz, Anne; Ernst, Nicole; Büchel, Florin; Caramani, Daniele; Manucci, Luca; Steenbergen, Marco R; Bernhard, Laurent; Weber, Edward; Hänggli, Regula; Dalmus, Caroline; Schemer, Christian; Müller, Philipp (2016). The appeal of populist ideas, strategies, and styles: A theoretical model and research design for analyzing populist political communication. NCCR democracy Working Paper series 88, University of Zurich.

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