Peer-Reviewed Articles

Christopher Williams & Martijn Schoonvelde. 2018. “It Takes Three: How Mass Media Coverage Conditions Public Responsiveness to Policy Outputs in the United States.” Forthcoming at Social Science Quarterly. Pre-print / Replication Materials

Erik de Vries, Martijn Schoonvelde & Gijs Schumacher. 2018. “No Longer Lost in Translation. Evidence that Google Translate Works for Comparative Bag-of-Words Text Applications.” Political Analysis: 1–14. doi:10.1017/pan.2018.26. Paper / Replication Materials

Susan Banducci, Martijn Schoonvelde, Daniel Stevens, Jason Barabas, Jennifer Jerit & William Pollock. 2017. “Model Choices in Observational Media Effects Research: A Systematic Review and Validation of Effects.” Political Science, 69(3): 227–246. Paper / Replication Materials

Jennifer Jerit, Jason Barabas, William Pollock, Susan Banducci, Daniel Stevens & Martijn Schoonvelde. 2016. “Manipulated vs. Measured: Using an Experimental Benchmark to Investigate the Performance of Self-Reported Media Exposure.” Communication Methods and Measures,10 (2-3): 99–114. Paper / Replication materials (please contact Jennifer Jerit)

William Pollock, Jason Barabas, Jennifer Jerit, Martijn Schoonvelde, Susan Banducci & Daniel Stevens. 2015. “Studying Media Events in the European Social Surveys Across Research Designs, Countries, Time, Issues, and Outcomes.” European Political Science, 14(4): 394–421. Paper / Replication materials (please contact Jennifer Jerit)

Martijn Schoonvelde. 2014. “Media Freedom and the Institutional Underpinnings of Political Knowledge.” Political Science Research & Methods, 2(2): 163–178. Paper / Replication Materials

Conference Proceedings

Gijs Schumacher, Martijn Schoonvelde, Denise Traber, Tanushree Dahiya & Erik de Vries. 2016. “EUSpeech: a New Dataset of EU Elite Speeches.” Proceedings of the International Conference on the Advances in Computational Analysis of Political Text, Dubrovnik, 75–80. Paper / Replication Materials