Nettsider med emneord «Political Science»

UiO
Publisert 26. mars 2021 13:49

Lecturer: Svend-Erik Skaaning

Course credits: 8 ECTS

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Publisert 15. jan. 2021 10:35

The digitalization of records of political data, historical and current, has the potential to substantively enrich, and challenge, our understanding of political phenomena. The Political Data Science (PODS) research group brings together scholars interested in the collection and exploitation of these new sources of data.

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Publisert 18. aug. 2021 16:29

I dette seminaret snakker vi om karrierermuligheter innen data-vitenskap. 

Publisert 15. nov. 2018 11:05

Contact: Marte Nilsen 

Course credits: 5 ECTS

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Application deadline: 6 March 2019

Publisert 7. feb. 2019 09:44

Studiepoeng: 10 (anbefalte studiepoeng, disse må endelig godkjennes av institusjonen du er tatt opp ved)

 

 

Publisert 15. mai 2019 14:03

Course instructor: Jan Erling Klausen, Asbjørn Røiseland, Signy Irene Vabo

Course credits: 10 ECTS

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Contact person: Mina Aasterud

Publisert 16. mai 2019 10:31

Course credits: 10 ECTS

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Contact person: Mina Aasterud

Publisert 21. feb. 2022 09:26

ECTS: 10 ECTS

Course instructor: John Erik Fossum, Jarle Trondal

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Application deadline: 15.05.2022

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Publisert 15. jan. 2021 10:35

Neil Ketchley presents Violent Contention and Decolonization: Evidence from the 1919 Egyptian Revolution 

 

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Publisert 15. jan. 2021 19:46

Neil Ketchley presents Violence, Concessions, and Decolonization: Evidence from the 1919 Egyptian Revolution

Publisert 29. jan. 2021 14:50

The Department of Political Science and Management at UiA are offering a PhD course in June 2021 on Political Systems and Public Governance, Governing Differentiation.

Publisert 31. mai 2019 12:04

 

Course credits: 5 ECTS

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Contact: info@tik.uio.no

Polls
Publisert 8. apr. 2021 10:10

Opinion polls are not reported in the media as unfiltered numbers. And some opinion polls are not reported at all. This talk by Zoltán Fazekas from Copenhagen Business School is about how polls travel through several stages that eventually turn boring numbers into biased news. The theoretical framework describes how and why opinion polls that are available to the public are more likely to focus on change, despite most polls showing little to no change. These dynamics are empirically demonstrated using several data sources and measurements from two different democracies (Denmark and the U.K.) covering several years of political reporting. In the end, a change narrative will be prominent in the reporting of opinion polls which contributes to what the general public sees and shares, further consolidating a picture of volatile political competition.

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Publisert 8. apr. 2021 09:50

Optical character recognition (OCR) promises to open vast bodies of historical data to scientific inquiry, but OCR can be cumbersome when documents are noisy. The past 18 months have seen the launch of new OCR processors with vastly improved accuracy. In this seminar, Thomas Hegghammer will give an overview of the latest tools and present a new R package that offers access to the most powerful of them all, Google Document AI.

Publisert 9. nov. 2010 10:52

This paper discusses the usefulness of reflexive reason-giving as an approach to transnational and supranational systems of governance. It is argued that deliberation must be supplemented with law and trust as resources for collective action.

ARENA Working Paper 20/2004 (pdf)

Erik Oddvar Eriksen

Polls
Publisert 8. apr. 2021 10:06

Opinion polls are not reported in the media as unfiltered numbers. And some opinion polls are not reported at all. This talk by Zoltán Fazekas from Copenhagen Business School is about how polls travel through several stages that eventually turn boring numbers into biased news. The theoretical framework describes how and why opinion polls that are available to the public are more likely to focus on change, despite most polls showing little to no change. These dynamics are empirically demonstrated using several data sources and measurements from two different democracies (Denmark and the U.K.) covering several years of political reporting. In the end, a change narrative will be prominent in the reporting of opinion polls which contributes to what the general public sees and shares, further consolidating a picture of volatile political competition.

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Publisert 8. apr. 2021 09:43

Optical character recognition (OCR) promises to open vast bodies of historical data to scientific inquiry, but OCR can be cumbersome when documents are noisy. The past 18 months have seen the launch of new OCR processors with vastly improved accuracy. In this seminar, Thomas Hegghammer will give an overview of the latest tools and present a new R package that offers access to the most powerful of them all, Google Document AI.

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Publisert 16. juni 2021 07:58

Thomas Hegghammer has published his first r-package, diaR on CRAN.

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Publisert 16. juni 2021 07:57

Thomas Hegghammer has published his first r-package, diaR on CRAN.

Publisert 21. juni 2011 14:44

This paper shows that the main pattern of European democratisation has unfolded along the lines of an EU organised as a multilevel system of representative parliamentary government and not as a system of deliberative governance as the transnationalists propound.

ARENA Working Paper 5/2011 (pdf)

Erik Oddvar Eriksen and John Erik Fossum

Publisert 27. okt. 2011 10:43

The paper suggests a practice turn in the analysis of political legitimacy. Current social science research on political legitimacy suffers twofold.

ARENA Working Paper 8/2011 (pdf)

Daniel Gaus

Publisert 1. nov. 2011 15:35

In this paper, the authors confront some commonly held assumptions and objections with regard to the feasibility of deliberation in a transnational and plurilingual setting. To illustrate their argument, they rely on a solid set of both quantitative and qualitative data from Europolis, a transnational deliberative experiment that took place one week ahead of the 2009 European Parliamentary elections.

ARENA Working Paper 9/2011 (pdf)

Irena Fiket, Espen D. H. Olsen, Hans-Jörg Trenz

Publisert 21. feb. 2019 10:38

Course instructor: Professor Jenny Andersson, CNRS, MaxPo; Sciences Po, Paris, France and Professor Klaus Petersen, Danish Centre for Welfare Studies, University of Southern Denmark

Course credits: 8 ECTS

Contact person: Sarah Younes

Publisert 21. feb. 2019 10:11

Course instructor: Professor Andrew Bennett, Georgetown University, USA

Course credits: 8 ECTS

 

Contact person: Sarah Younes

Publisert 21. feb. 2019 10:27

Course instructor: Professor Gita Steiner-Khamsi, Columbia University New York, USA and Professor Antoni Verger, Autonomous University Barcelona, Spain   

Course credits: 8 ECTS

Contact person: Sarah Younes