Maier, M; Adam, S. & Maier, J. (2017). Does the messenger matter? A comparison of the effects of Eurosceptic messages communicated by mainstream and radical right-wing parties on citizens’ EU attitudes: Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.
Schmid-Petri, H. & Arlt, D. (2016). Constructing an illusion of scientific uncertainty? Framing climate change in German and British print media. Communications. The European Journal of Communication Research, 41(3), 265-289.
Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Häussler, Thomas; Adam, Silke (2016): Different Actors, different factors? A comparison of the news factor orientation between newspaper journalists and civil-society actors Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research. 41(4).
Adam, Silke; Antl-Wittenberg, Eva-Maria; Eugster, Beatrice; Leidecker, Melanie; Maier, Michaela & Schmidt, Franzisca (2016): Strategies of pro-EU parties in the face of a Euroskeptic challenge. European Union Politics. 0(0): 1-23. DOI 10.1177/1465116516661248
Häussler, Thomas; Arlt, Dorothee; Schmidt, Franzisca & Adam, Silke (2016): Contexts and their consequences. Approaches, challenges and results of comparative communication and media re-search. Studies in Communication Science 16(1): 52-53.
Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, Hannah, Adam, Silke, Reber, Ueli & Arlt, Dorothee (2016): The climate of debate. How institutional factors shape legislative discourses on climate change. A com-parative framing perspective. Studies in Communication Science 16(1): 94-102.
Adam, Silke; Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Reber, Ueli (2016): Identifying and analyzing hyperlink issue networks. In: Vowe, G. / Henn, P. (eds): Political Communication in the Online World: Theoretical Approaches and Research Designs. Oxford: Routledge. 233-247.
Adam, Silke; Maier, Michaela (2016): Campaigning on or downplaying EU integration? Explaining the salience parties attach to EU matters in European Parliamentary election campaigns. In: de Vreese, C. / de Brug, W. (eds): (Un-)Intended Consequences of European Parliamentary Elections. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 148-170.