Peer-Reviewed Articles

Rachel Graham, Martijn Schoonvelde & Marij Swinkels. (2023). Unpacking the European Commission’s fiscal policy response to crisis: mapping and explaining economic ideas in the European Semester 2011-22. Forthcoming at Journal of European Public Policy.

Mariken van der Velden, Martijn Schoonvelde & Christian Baden. (2023). Introduction to the Special Issue on Multilingual Text Analysis. Forthcoming at Computational Communication Research.

Nate Breznau, Eike. M. Rinke, Alexander Wuttke et al. (2022). “Observing Many Researchers Using the Same Data and Hypothesis Reveals a Hidden Universe of Uncertainty.” Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences 119(44): e2203150119.

Christian Baden, Christian Pipal, Martijn Schoonvelde, Mariken van der Velden (2022). “Three Gaps in Computational Text Analysis Methods for Social Sciences: A Research Agenda.” Communication Methods and Measures, 16(1): 1–18.

Sam Brazys & Martijn Schoonvelde. (2022) “Home Field Advantage? EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreement Meeting Locations and Textual Tone.” Journal of Common Market Studies 60(4): 903–925.

Carsten Schwemmer, Carly Knight, Emily Bello-Pardo, Stan Oklobdzija, Martijn Schoonvelde & Jeff Lockhart. (2020). “Diagnosing Gender Bias in Image Recognition Systems.” Socius, 6 Paper / Replication Materials.

Christian Rauh, Bart Bes & Martijn Schoonvelde (2020). “Undermining, Defusing, or Defending European integration? Public Communication of European Executives in Times of EU Politicization.” European Journal of Political Research, 59(2): 397–423. Paper / Replication materials.

Denise Traber, Martijn Schoonvelde & Gijs Schumacher. (2020). “Errors Have Been Made, Others Will Be Blamed: Blame Avoidance and Blame-Shifting in Prime Minister Speeches During the Economic Crisis in Europe.” European Journal of Political Research, 59(1): 45–67. Paper / Replication materials.

Martijn Schoonvelde, Anna Brosius, Gijs Schumacher & Bert Bakker. (2019). “Liberals Lecture, Conservatives Communicate: Analyzing Complexity and Ideology in 381,609 Political Speeches.” PLoS ONE, 14(2): e0208450. Paper / Replication materials.

Martijn Schoonvelde, Gijs Schumacher & Bert Bakker. (2019). “Friends with Text as Data Benefits: Assessing and Extending the Use of Automated Text Analysis in Political Science and Political Psychology.” Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 7(1): 124–143. Pre-print / Replication materials.

Christopher Williams & Martijn Schoonvelde. (2018). “It Takes Three: How Mass Media Coverage Conditions Public Responsiveness to Policy Outputs in the United States.” Social Science Quarterly, 99(5): 1627–1636. 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, 26(4): 417–430. 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

Special issues edited

Mariken van der Velden, Martijn Schoonvelde & Christian Baden (Guest Editors) (2023). Multilingual Text Analysis. Computational Communication Research

Book Chapters and Conference Proceedings

Martijn Schoonvelde, Christian Pipal and Gijs Schumacher. (nd). “Text as Data in Political Psychology”. Chapter forthcoming in Atlas of Language Analysis in Psychology (eds: Ryan Boyd and Morteza Deghani).

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