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Tarik Abou-Chadi
Assistant Professor in political science at the University of Zurich. Elections, political competition, social democracy & the radical right. 🏳️‍🌈
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Tarik Abou-Chadi 8h
Replying to @HannaSchwander
1) Left/progressive as expected 2) SP in contrast to SPD can still appeal to young voters 3) Because our students are politically active or at least interested they might be less affected by salience based change to Greens 4) for same reason party organization and network effects
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Tarik Abou-Chadi 8h
Replying to @HannaSchwander
Hah, no. It's actually a third semester advanced module lecture (früher Vertiefung) on Democracy Studies. So there should not be much of a selection bias in terms of political preferences.
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Tarik Abou-Chadi 9h
Replying to @guillemvidal_
These were the only questions I asked. But considering that 40% support one of the two Green parties, I have a feeling that they might respond similarly in terms of their one most important issue...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi 12h
Since we are all doing this now. Here is my beginning and end of the decade, i.e what 10 years of academia (and Berlin nightlife) have done to me...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi 14h
Replying to @wahlforschung
Millenial Ästhetik. Das verstehst du nicht...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi 15h
As the theme was voting behavior, I live polled my class today. Unsurprisingly, clear preference for left and progressive parties and nearly unanimous support for gay marriage (not legal in CH). More mixed on redistribution and immigration, but still progressive.
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Silja Häusermann 19h
Out now in : this symposium explains how research on dualization, electoral realignment and welfare politics should be integrated. With David Rueda, , , Paul Marx, Georg Picot, , , Philipp Rehm. A thread on the content.
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Nov 17
Can you add screenshots to your out of office message? Asking for a friend...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Nov 16
Replying to @ProfTimBale
It seems to me that children's reactions constitute a reliable indicator for politicians' approval ratings...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Nov 16
Es stimmt auf der Ebene der Einstellungen. Aber bei Parteipositionen und Diskurs gab es eindeutig eine Bewegung nach rechts vor alem beim Thema Migration. Positionen wie die von Pim Fortuyn die damals zum Aufschrei geführt haben sind heute Teil des Mainstreams.
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Nov 16
Being impeached because during an international call you shout into the phone so loud that others can overhear you is certainly the most Boomer way imaginable to end a presidency...
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Seb FoxAllen Nov 15
i made this helpful reference chart of generational antagonism
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Nov 15
Really everyone should watch this great interview with nobel prize winner Esther Duflo. Especially those, left and right, who keep pushing the idea that immigration is bad for low-wage earners. TLDW: it's not.
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Anand Menon Nov 14
The European Union. Where white people meet and decide.
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Nov 15
Interesting take in on increasing fragmentation in European parliaments and its ambiguous effect on democracy including comments by Ingrid van Biezen, and myself.
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Nov 14
I feel hono(u)red to belong to "Smart British People"
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Nov 14
Empfehlung vor allem für diejenigen, die gerade das alt-right Narrativ des Angriffs auf die Meinungsfreiheit an Universitäten in den Mainstream tragen...
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Catherine De Vries Nov 12
Dept Social & Political Sciences is hiring assistant professor in Comparative Politics. Great institution in a great city, apply! Start date Sept 2021, deadline: 15th of January Info: opening 14/A2 Please retweet!
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