Publications

Peer reviewed papers

Hunger, Sophia and Fred Paxton. forthcoming. What’s in a Buzzword? A Systematic Review of the State of Populism Research in Political Science. Political Science Research and Methods. article replication material

Borbáth, Endre, Sophia Hunger, Swen Hutter, and Ioana-Elena Oana. 2021. Civic and Political Engagement during the Multifaceted COVID-19 Crisis, Swiss Political Science Review, online first article replication material

Hunger, Sophia, and Swen Hutter. 2021. Fridays for Future in der Corona-Krise. Forschungsjournal Soziale Bewegungen 34(2): 218-234. article

Hunger, Sophia. 2018. No naturalization, no participation? The influence of citizenship regimes and naturalization on immigrants’ political incorporation on national and individual level, Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft 12: 279 – 296. article

Contributions to edited volumes

Sophia Hunger and Julia Schulte-Cloos. forthcoming. Outcomes - Government Responsiveness. In: Bojar, Abel, Swen Hutter, Hanspeter Kriesi, and Theresa Gessler (Eds.): Contentious episodes in the age of austerity. Studying the dynamics of government-challenger interactions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hanspeter Kriesi and Sophia Hunger. forthcoming. The characteristics of the episodes. Bojar, Abel, Swen Hutter, Hanspeter Kriesi, and Theresa Gessler (Eds.): Contentious episodes in the age of austerity. Studying the dynamics of government-challenger interactions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bojar, Abel, Swen Hutter, and Sophia Hunger. forthcoming. Selecting and coding contentious episodes. In: Bojar, Abel, Swen Hutter, Hanspeter Kriesi, and Theresa Gessler (Eds.): Contentious episodes in the age of austerity. Studying the dynamics of government-challenger interactions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hanspeter Kriesi, Swen Hutter, Abel Bojar, Argyrios Altiparmakis, Theresa Gessler, Sophia Hunger, Katia Pilati and Julia Schulte-Cloos. forthcoming. Introduction: A new approach for studying political contention – contentious episode analysis. Bojar, Abel, Swen Hutter, Hanspeter Kriesi, and Theresa Gessler (Eds.): Contentious episodes in the age of austerity. Studying the dynamics of government-challenger interactions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hunger, Sophia and Jasmine Lorenzini. All quiet on the protest scene? – Action repertoires in Europe during the Great Recession. In: Hanspeter Kriesi, Jasmine Lorenzini, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Wueest (Eds.): Contention in times of crises. Comparing political protest in 30 European countries, 2000-2015, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Other publications

Grande, Edgar, Swen Hutter, Sophia Hunger and Eylem Kanol. 2021. Alles Covidioten? Politische Potenziale des Corona-Protests in Deutschland. No. ZZ 2021-601. WZB Discussion Paper.

Hunger, Sophia and Swen Hutter. 2020. Online Strikes with the Usual Suspects. How Fridays for Future Has Coped with the Covid-19 Pandemic. LSE EUROPP Blog - European Politics and Policy.

Hunger, Sophia and Swen Hutter. 2020. Protest in der Corona-Krise. Der Netzstreik fürs Klima. Coronavirus and Its Societal Impact - Highlights from WZB Research.

Hutter, Swen, Endre Borbàth, and Sophia Hunger. 2020. The Political Consequences of Crisis. Lessons Learned from the Great Recession. Coronavirus and Its Societal Impact - Highlights from WZB Research.

Hunger, Sophia. 2019. Book review: Koen Vossen, The Power of Populism: Gert Wilders and the Party For Freedom in the Netherlands. e-Extreme, Newsletter of the ECPR Standing Group on Extremism \& Democracy.

Hunger, Sophia and Theresa Gessler. 2018. Same same but different? Germany’s way to a new-old grand coalition. Blog Post for the Party systems and governments observatory.