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Publications


Aaldering, L. (2017). Political Representation and Educational Attainment: Evidence from the Netherlands (1994-2010), Political Studies, special issue: Democracy and Citizenship – Theory and Practices, 65(1): 4-23.

Mughan, A., & Aaldering, L. (2017). Politics, Media and the Electoral Role of Party Leaders. In J. Fisher et al. (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Public Opinion and Voting Behavior. Routledge: London.

Aaldering, L. & Vliegenthart, R. (2016). Political Leaders and the Media. Can we measure Political Leadership Images in Newspapers using Computer-Assisted Content Analysis?, Quality and Quantity, 50(5): 1871-1905.

Van der Meer, T.W.G., Hakhverdian, A., & Aaldering, L. (2016). Off the fence onto the bandwagon? A large-scale survey experiment on the effect of actual poll outcomes on subsequent vote intentions, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 28(1), 46-72.

Aaldering, L., & Van der Meer, T.W.G. (2014). Veranderlijk maar standvastig: Partijvoorkeuren en de rol van de media. In P. van Praag en K. Brants (Red.) Media, macht en politiek.  De verkiezingscampagne van 2012. Diemen: Uitgeverij ABM.

Van der Meer, T.W.G., Hakhverdian, A. & Aaldering, L. (2013). De invloed van peilingen op kiezers: het bandwagon effect, Beleid en Maatschappij 40(2).


Working Papers

Aaldering, L., & Van der Pas, D.J.: Political Leadership in the Media: Gender Bias in Leader Stereotypes during Campaign and Routine Times, revise and resubmit at British Journal of Political Science.

Aaldering, L., Van der Meer, T.W.G., & Van der Brug, W.: Political Leaders and Electoral Volatility. How Leadership Images in Dutch Media affects Changing Vote Intentions, 2006-2012, revise and resubmit at International Journal of Press/Politics.

Aaldering, L.: Mediatized Leader Effects and Three Sources of Moderation: the influence of media type, time and voter characteristics’, submitted to special issue on party leader effects in Electoral Studies.

Van der Pas, D.J., & Aaldering, L.: Invisible women? A comparative analysis of MP visibility in newspapers in six European countries.

Van der Pas, D.J., Gattermann, K., & Aaldering, L.: Political representation in the media: Explaining variation in news visibility of Dutch MPs, 1994-2015.

Zamanbin, M., Van der Pas, D.J., & Aaldering, L.: Substantive representation in the Netherlands: the intersection of gender and ethnicity.

Aaldering, L.: Mediatized leadership effects: a conjoint experiment.

Aaldering, L., & Hakhverdian, A.: Practice what you Preach? Conditional Partisan Effects in 22 OECD countries, 1971-2010.


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