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The database contains publications using one or more of the European Election Studiescomponents. Most entries cover EES studies between 1979 and 2004 but we are currently working on updating the database with publications using the 2009 PIREDEU study. The total number of entries included in the database is: 222.

  • Agné, Hans and Cees van der Eijk (ed.) (2000), Citizen Participation in European Politics, Stockholm: Statens Offentliga Utredningar, pp. 143.
  • Banducci, Susan A., and Holli Semetko (2003), “Media and Mobilization in the 1999 European Parliamentary Election”, in: Bond, Martyn (ed.), Europe, Parliament and the Media, London: Federal Trust, pp. 189-204.
  • Bhatti, Yosef (2010), “What would happen if we were better informed?. Simulating increased knowledge in European Parliament (EP) Elections”, Representation , 46:4, pp. 391-410.
  • Binder, Tanja and Andreas M. Wüst (2004), “Inhalte der Europawahlprogramme Deutscher Parteien 1979-1999”, Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, 17, pp. 38-45.
  • Blumler, Jay G. (1983), Communicating to Voters: Television in the First European Parliament Elections, London: Sage.
  • Blumler, Jay G. (1984), “European Voters’ Response to the First Community Elections”, in: Reif, Karlheinz (ed.), European Elections 1979/81 and 1984. Conclusion and Perspectives from Emperical Research, Berlin: Quorum.
  • Blumler, Jay G. and A. D. Fox (1982). The European Voter: Popular Responses to the First European Community Elections. (London: Policy Studies Institute).
  • Boomgaarden, Hajo G. and Claes H. de Vreese (2008), News and euroskepticism in the 2004 European Parliament elections, Presentation given at: Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, MPSA, Chicago, Illinois, 3-6 April.
  • Bútorová, Zora and Olga Gyárfásová (2010), “Contemporary Slovakia in Public Opinion”, in: Bútora, Martin, Meseznikov, Grigorij, and Miroslav Kollár (ed.), Slovakia 2009. Trends in Quality of Democracy, Bratislava: Institute for Public Affairs, pp. 125.155.
  • Castillo, Pilar del (1994), “El Comportamiento Electoral de los Españoles en las Elecciones al Parlamento Europeo de 1989”, in: Castillo, Pilar del (ed.), Comportamiento Político y Electoral, Madrid: CIS, pp. 385-404.
  • Cayrol, Roland (1991), “European Elections and the Pre-Electoral Period: Media Use and Campaign Evaluations”, European Journal of Political Research, 19, pp. 17-30.
  • Costa Lobo, Marina (2005), “As Eleições de 2004 para o Parlamento Europeu em Espanha e Portugal”, in: Costa Lobo, Marina (ed.), Eleições, Lisbon: Stape, pp. 9-31.
  • Costa Lobo, Marina, André Freire and Pedro Magalhães (2007), “Left-Right and the European Parliament Vote in 2004”, in: Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (ed.), European Elections after Eastern Enlargement. Preliminary Results of the European Elections Study 2004, CONNEX Report Series, Vol. 1, Wiesbaden: MZES, pp. 97-140.
  • de Vreese, Claes H. (2001), “Le elezioni del parlamento Europeo 1999. Danimarca: un’elezione al margine dell’Europa”, in: Marini, Rolando (ed.), L’Europa dell’euro e della Guerra. La campagna elettorale europea 1999 in Italia e in sette paesi dell’Unione, Rome: RAI, pp. 223-258.
  • de Vreese, Claes H. and Mette Tobiasen (2007), “Conflict and identity: Explaining turnout and anti-integrationist voting in the Danish 2004 elections for the European parliament”, Scandinavian Political Studies, 30 (1), pp. 87-114.
  • de Vreese, Claes H., Susan A. Banducci, Holli A. Semetko and Hajo Boomgaarden (2005), “Offline: The 2004 European Elections on Television News in the Enlarged Europe”, Information Polity, 10 (3/4), pp. 177-188.
  • de Vreese, Claes, Susan Banducci, Holli Semetko and Hajo Boomgarden (2006), “The news coverage of the 2004 European Parliamentary Election Campaign in 25 countries”, European Union Politics, 7 (4), pp. 479-506.
  • de Vreese, Claes, Susan Banducci, Holly A. Semetko and Hajo Boomgaarden (2007), “The news coverage of the 2004 European Parliamentary Election Campaign in 25 countries”, in: Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (ed.), European Elections after Eastern Enlargement. Preliminary Results of the European Elections Study 2004, CONNEX Report Series, Vol. 1, Wiesbaden: MZES, pp. 17-52.
  • de Vries, Catherine E., van der Brug, Wouter, van Egmond, Marcel H., and Cees van der Eijk (2011), “Individual and contextual variation in EU issue voting: The role of political information”, Electoral Studies , 30:1, pp. 16-28.
  • Duhamel, Olivier (2004), “Les non-europeennes de juin 2004”, Revue socialiste , 17, pp. 66-76.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (1991), “Getting out the Vote: Social Strukture and the Mobilization of Partisanship in the 1989 European Elections”, European Journal of Political Research, 19, pp. 129-148.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (1993), A Twelve Nation Study of the 1989 European Elections, London: Economic and Social Research Council.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (1996), “Electoral Participation”, in: Leduc, Laurence, Richard Niemi and Pippa Norris (ed.), Elections and Voting in Global Perspective, Thousand Oaks CA: Sage, pp. 214-233.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (1996), “European Elections and the European Voter”, in: Richardson, Jeremy (ed.), European Union: Power and Policy-Making, London/New York: Routledge, pp. 188-199.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (1999), “Electoral Engineering and Cross-National Turnout Differences: What Role for Compulsory Voting?”, British Journal of Political Science, 29, pp. 205-216.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2001), “European Elections and the European Voter”, in: Richardson Jeremy (ed.), European Union: Power and Policy-Making (second edition), London/New York: Routledge, pp. 197-213.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2001), “How Structural Factors cause Turnout Variations at European Parliament Elections”, European Union Politics, 2 (3), pp. 309-328.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2002), “Learning From the Danish Case: a Comment on Palle Svensson’s Critique of the ‘Franklin Thesis”, European Journal of Political Research, 41, pp. 751-757.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2002), “The Dynamics of Electoral Participation”, in: Leduc, Laurence, Richard Niemi and Pippa Norris (ed.), Elections and Voting in Global Perspective 2, Thousand Oaks CA: Sage, pp. 148-168.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2003), “The Voter Turnout Puzzles”, Analise Social, 38, pp. 321-338.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2004), Voter Turnout and the Dynamics of Electoral Competition in Established Democracies Since 1945, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2005), “Enquetes sur les Elections Europeennes”, in: Déloye, Yves (ed.), Dictionnaire des élections européennes, Paris: Editions Economica.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2005), “European Elections and the European Voter”, in: Richardson Jeremy (ed.), European Union: Power and Policy-Making, London/New York: Routledge.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2005), The fading power of national politics to structure voting behavior in elections to the European Parliament, Presentation given at: EES conference, Budapest, May 2005.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2007), “Effects of Space and Time on Turnout in European Parliament Elections”, in: van der Brug, Wouter and Cees van der Eijk (ed.), European Elections and Domestic Politics. Lessons from the Past and Scenarios for the Future, Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, pp. 13-34.
  • Franklin, Mark N. (2007), “Turning Out or Turning Off?. How the EP Elections of 2004 Shed Light on Turnout Dynamics”, in: Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (ed.), European Elections after Eastern Enlargement. Preliminary Results of the European Elections Study 2004, Mannheim: MZES, pp. 141-179.
  • Franklin, Mark N. and Cees van der Eijk (1996), “The Problem: Representation and Democracy in the European Union”, in: van der Eijk, Cees, Mark N. Franklin et al. (ed.), Choosing Europe?. The European Electorate and National Politics in the
    Face of Union, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp. 3-10.
  • Franklin, Mark N. and John Curtice (1996), “Britain: Opening Pandora’s Box”, in: van der Eijk, Cees, Mark N. Franklin et al. (ed.), Choosing Europe?. The European Electorate and National Politics in the Face of Union, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp. 78-96.
  • Franklin, Mark N. and Susan Scarrow (1999), “Making Europeans: The Socializing Power of the European Parliament”, in: Katz, Richard and Bernard Weßels (ed.), The European Parliament, the National Parliaments, and European Integration, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 45-60.
  • Franklin, Mark N. and Wolfgang Rüdig (1991), The Greening of Europe: Ecological Voting in the 1989 European Elections, University of Strathclyde Papers in Government and Politics, Vol. 82Glasgow: University of Strathclyde.
  • Franklin, Mark N. and Wolfgang Rüdig (1992), “Green Prospects: The Future of Green Parties in Britain, France and Germany”, in: Rüdig, Wolfgang (ed.), Green Politics Two, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 37-58.
  • Franklin, Mark N. and Wolfgang Rüdig (1992), “The Green Voter in the 1989 European Elections”, Environmental Politics, (1) 1992, pp. 129-159.
  • Franklin, Mark N. and Wolfgang Rüdig (1993), “The Green Voter in the 1989 European Elections”, in: Judge, David (ed.), A Green Dimension for the European Community, London: Frank Cass.
  • Franklin, Mark N. and Wolfgang Rüdig (1995), “On the Durability of Green Politics: Evidence from the 1989 European Election Study”, Comparative Political Studies, 28, pp. 409-439.
  • Franklin, Mark N. Cees van der Eijk and Erik V. Oppenhuis (1996), “The Institutional Context: Turnout”, in: van der Eijk, Cees, Mark N. Franklin et al. (ed.), Choosing Europe?. The European Electorate and National Politics in the Face of Union, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp. 306-331.
  • Franklin, Mark N. Cees van der Eijk and Erik V. Oppenhuis (1996), “Turnout Decline and the Motivational Basis for Participation in European Elections, 1979-1994: The Case of Britain”, in: Rallings, Colin, David Farrell, David Broughton and David Denver (ed.), British Elections and Parties Yearbook, 1995, London: Frank Cass, pp. 32-50.
  • Franklin, Mark N., Cees van der Eijk and Michael Marsh (1994), “Referendum Outcomes and Trust in Government: Popular Support for Europe in the Wake of Maastricht”, West European Politics, 18, pp. 101-117.
  • Franklin, Mark N., Cees van der Eijk and Michael Marsh (1996), “The Electoral Connection and the Democratic Deficit”, in: van der Eijk, Cees, Mark N. Franklin et al. (ed.), Choosing Europe?. The European Electorate and National Politics in the Face of Union, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp. 366-389.
  • Franklin, Mark N., Cees van der Eijk and Wouter van der Brug (2006), Preference, Choice and Vote: Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Effects of Changing Economic Conditions in 15 Countries, Presentation given at: Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, University of Nottingham, UK, 8-10 September.
  • Franklin, Mark N., Michael Marsh and Christopher Wlezien (1994), “Attitudes Toward Europe and Referendum Votes”, Electoral Studies, 13, pp. 117-121.
  • Franklin, Mark N., Michael Marsh and Lauren McLaren (1994), “Uncorking the Bottle: Popular Opposition to European Unification in the Wake of Maastricht”, Journal of Common Market Studies, 33, pp. 455-472.
  • Freire, André and Eftichia Teperoglou (2006), “Európai választások és országos politika: tanulságok az „új” dél-európai demokráciákból. English title: European Elections and National Politics: Lessons from the “New” Southern European Democracies”, in: Tóka, Gábor and Agnes Bátory (ed.), A 2004. évi európai parlamenti választások. Pártok és szavazói magatartás nemzetközi összehasonlításban. English title: The 2004 Elections to the European Parliament. Parties and Voting Behavior in Cross-National Comparison, Budapest: DKMKA, pp. 247-272.
  • Freire, André and Eftichia Teperoglou (2007), “Evropské volby a národní politiky: poucení z „nových“ demokracií jižní Evropy. English title: European Elections and National Politics: Lessons from the “New” Southern European Democracies”, in: Linek, Lukáš, Jan Outlý, Gábor Tóka and Agnes Batory (ed.), Volby do Evropského parlamentu 2004. English title: European Parliament Elections 2004, Praha: Sociologický ústav AV CR, pp. 211-232.
  • Garry, John (2006), Making ‘Party Identification’ More Versatile: Operationalising the concept for the multiparty setting,
    Presentation given at: EES Spring Meeting 2006 on The European Parliament Election of 2004, Lisbon, May 2006.
  • Giebler, Heiko (2011), Media, Campaigns, and Individual Turnout in the 2009 EP Elections, Presentation given at: 1st
    Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association, Dublin, 16-18 June 2011.
  • Giebler, Heiko and Andreas M. Wüst (2011), “Campaigning on an Upper Level?. Individual Campaigning in the 2009 European Parliament Elections in ist Determinants”, Electoral Studies , 30:1, pp. 53-66.
  • Giebler, Heiko and Andreas M. Wüst (2011), “Individuelle Wahlkämpfe bei der Europawahl 2009. Länderübergreifende und ebenenspezifische Befunde”, in: Tenscher, Jens (ed.), Superwahljahr 2009. Vergleichende Analysen aus Anlass der Wahlen
    zum Deutschen Bundestag und zum Europäischen Parlament, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, pp. 121-152.
  • Gyárfásová, Olga (2007), “Jak volili Slováci ve volbách do EP v roce 2004 v kontextu verejného vnímání Evropské unie. English title: The Slovak vote in the 2004 EP election in the context of public perceptions of the European Union”, in: Linek, Lukáš, Jan Outlý, Gábor Tóka and Agnes Batory (ed.), Volby do Evropského parlamentu 2004. English title: European Parliament Elections 2004, Praha: Sociologický ústav AV CR, pp. 279-292.
  • Gyárfásová, Olga (2007), “Slovak vote in the EP election in broader context of the EU perception”, in: Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (ed.), European Elections after Eastern Enlargement. Preliminary Results of the European Elections Study 2004, CONNEX Report Serie, Vol. 1, Wiesbaden: MZES, pp. 371-392.
  • Gyárfásová, Olga (2010), “Medzi spokojnostou a lahostajnostou”, , , pp. . Gyárfásová, Olga (2010), “Medzi spokojnostou a lahostajnostou”, in: Meseznikov, Grigorij, Gyárfásová, Olga, and Miroslav Kollár (ed.), Slovensko volí : európske a prezidentské volby 2009, Bratislava: Institút pre verejné otázky, pp. 71-87.
  • Gyárfásová, Olga and Vladimir Krivý (2007), “Electoral behaviour: persistent volatility or clear sign of consolidation?. Case of Slovakia”, in: Hlousek, Vit and Roman Chytilek (ed.), Parliamentary Elections and Party Landscape in the Visegrad Group Countries, Brno: Democracy and Culture Study Center, pp. 79-106.
  • Hix, Simon and Matthew J. Gabel (2004), “Defining the EU political space: an empirical study of the European elections manifestos, 1979-1999”, in: Marks, Gary and Marco Steenbergen (ed.), European integration and Political Conflict, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hix, Simon and Michael Marsh (2006), “Az Európai Parlamenti választások üzenetei: büntetés vagy tiltakozás. English titel: Understanding European Parliament Elections: Punishment or Protest?”, in: Tóka, Gábor and Agnes Bátory (ed.), A 2004. évi európai parlamenti választások. Pártok és szavazói magatartás nemzetközi összehasonlításban. English title: The 2004 Elections to the European Parliament. Parties and Voting Behavior in Cross-National Comparison, Budapest: DKMKA, pp. 23-48.
  • Hix, Simon and Michael Marsh (2007), “Jak chápat volby do Evropského parlamentu: trest nebo protest?. English title: Understanding European Parliament Elections: Punishment or Protest?”,in: Linek, Lukáš, Jan Outlý, Gábor Tóka and Agnes Batory (ed.), Volby do Evropského parlamentu 2004. English title: European Parliament Elections 2004, Praha: Sociologický ústav AV CR, pp. 121-140.
  • Hobolt, Sara B., Jae-Jae Spoon, and James Tilley (2009), “A Vote Against Europe? Explaining Defection in the 1999 and 2004 European Parliament Elections”, British Journal of Political Science, 39 (1), pp. 93-115.
  • Inglehart, Ronald and Jacques-René Rabier (1979), “Europe Elects a Parliament: Cognitiv Mobilization and Pro European Attitudes as Influences on Voter Turnout”, Government and Opposition, 14, pp. 45-74.
  • Katz, Richard S. (1997), “Role perceptions of MEPs and styles of representation”, European Journal of Political Research, 32, pp. 89-111.
  • Katz, Richard S. and Bernhard Weßels (ed.) (1999), The European Parliament, National Parliaments, and European Integration, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Keating, Patrick and Michael Marsh (1990), “The European Parliament Election”, in: Keating, Patrick and Michael Marsh (ed.), How Ireland voted 1989, Galway: Center for the Study of Irish Elections, pp. 131-147.
  • Kroh, Martin, Wouter van der Brug and Cees van der Eijk (2007), “Prospects for Electoral Change”, in: van der Brug, Wouter and Cees van der Eijk (ed.), European Elections and Domestic Politics. Lessons from the Past and Scenarios for the Future, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, pp. 209-225.
  • Kuechler, Manfred (1991), “Issues and Voting in the European Elections 1989”, European Journal of Political Research, 19, pp. 81-104.
  • Lederle, Daniel (2005), The Agendas of Parties and Voters in the European Parliament Election 1999 in ten European Countries, Presentation given at: EES conference, Budapest, May 2005.
  • Lederle, Daniel (2006), “Egyet akartak-e a pártok és szavazóik az 1999-es európai parlamenti választások idején?. English title: The Agendas of Parties and Voters in the European Parliament Election 1999”, in: Tóka, Gábor and Agnes Bátory (ed.), A 2004. évi európai parlamenti választások. Pártok és szavazói magatartás nemzetközi összehasonlításban. English title: The 2004 Elections to the European Parliament. Parties and Voting Behavior in Cross-National Comparison, Budapest: DKMKA, pp. 79-108.
  • Lederle, Daniel (2007), “Agendy stran a volicu ve volbách do Evropského parlamentu v roce 1999. English title: The Agendas of Parties and Voters in the European Parliament Election 1999”, in: Linek, Lukáš, Jan Outlý, Gábor Tóka and Agnes Batory (ed.), Volby do Evropského parlamentu 2004. English title: European Parliament Elections 2004, Praha: Sociologický ústav AV CR, pp. 17-36.
  • Linek, Lukáš and Pat Lyons (2007), “Presuny volicu ve volbách do Evropského parlamentu v roce 2004 v Ceské republice: Testování nekterých implikací teorie národních voleb druhého rádu. Vote switching in the 2004 European Parliament elections in the Czech Republic: Testing some of the implications of the Second-Order Election thesis”, in: Linek, Lukáš, Jan Outlý, Gábor Tóka and Agnes Batory (ed.), Volby do Evropského parlamentu 2004. English title: European Parliament Elections 2004, Praha: Sociologický ústav AV CR, pp. 249-264.
  • Linek, Lukáš and Pat Lyons (2007), “Úcast pri volbách do Evropského parlamentu v roce 2004 v Ceské republice. English title: Electoral participation in the 2004 European elections in the Czech Republic”, in: Linek, Lukáš, Jan Outlý, Gábor Tóka and Agnes Batory (ed.), Volby do Evropského parlamentu 2004. English title: European Parliament Elections 2004, Praha: Sociologický ústav AV CR, pp. 233-248.
  • Linek, Lukáš and Pat Lyons (2007), “Vliv nabízených možností na odpovedi respondentu ohledne blízkosti k politickým stranám ve dvou šetreních po volbách do EP 2004. English title: Impact of response option effects on answers to party closeness questions in two post-European Election Surveys, 2004”, in: Linek, Lukáš, Jan Outlý, Gábor Tóka and Agnes Batory (ed.), Volby do Evropského parlamentu 2004. English title: European Parliament Elections 2004, Praha: Sociologický ústav AV CR, pp. 141-164.
  • Linek, Lukáš and Pat Lyons (2007), “What can ecological inference tell us about the Second-Order-Election-Thesis in the Czech Republic and Slovakia?”, in: Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (ed.), European Elections after Eastern Enlargement. Preliminary Results of the European Elections Study 2004, CONNEX Report Serie, Vol. 1, Wiesbaden: MZES, pp. 327-370.
  • Marina Popescu, and Gábor Tóka (2009), Public Television, Private Television and Citizens’ Political Knowledge.,
    Presentation given at: 2009 EPCR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Lisbon, Portugal, 15-19 April 2009.
  • Markowski, Radoslaw and Joshua A. Tucker (2007), “Political Representation and Euroscepticism: Evidence from Poland”, in: Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (ed.), European Elections after Eastern Enlargement. Preliminary Results of the European Elections Study 2004, CONNEX Report Series, Vol. 1, Wiesbaden: MZES, pp. 231-276.
  • Marsh, Michael (1998), “Testing the Second-Order Election Model after Four European Elections”, British Journal of Political Science Research, 32, pp. 211-223.
  • Marsh, Michael (2005), “The results of the 2004 European Parliament Elections and the Second-Order Model”, in: Neidermayer, Oskar and Hermann Schmitt (ed.), Die Europwahl 2004, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, pp. 142-158.
  • Marsh, Michael (2009), “Vote Switching in European Parliament Elections: Evidence from June 2004”, Journal of European Integration , 31, pp. .
  • Marsh, Michael and Bernhard Weßels (1997), “Territorial Representation”, European Journal of Political Research, 32 (2), pp. 227-241.
  • Marsh, Michael and Mark N. Franklin (1996), “The Foundations: Unanswered Questions from the Study of European Elections, 1979-1994”, in: van der Eijk, Cees, Mark N. Franklin et al. (ed.), Choosing Europe?. The European Electorate and National Politics in the Face of Union, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp. 11-32.
  • Marsh, Michael and Pippa Norris (1997), “Political Representation in the European Parliament”, European Journal of Political Research, 32 (2) Special issue, pp. 153-164.
  • Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (2007), “Introduction”, in: Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (ed.), European Elections after Eastern Enlargement. Preliminary Results of the European Elections Study 2004, CONNEX Report Series, Vol. 1, Wiesbaden: MZES, pp. 1-16.
  • Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (ed.) (2007), European Elections after Eastern Enlargement: Preliminary Results of the European Election Study 2004, Mannheim: Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung.
    Mattila, Mikko and Tapio Raunio (2007), “From Consensus to Competition?. Ideological Alternatives on the EU Dimension”, in: Marsh, Michael, Slava Mikhaylov and Hermann Schmitt (ed.), European Elections after Eastern Enlargement. Preliminary
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  • Mattila, Mikko and Tapio Raunio (2007), “Shoda názoru mezi volici a stranami ohledne dimenze EU. English title: Opinion Congruence Between Voters And Parties On The EU Dimension”, in: Linek, Lukáš, Jan Outlý, Gábor Tóka and Agnes Batory (ed.), Volby do Evropského parlamentu 2004. English title: European Parliament Elections 2004, Praha: Sociologický ústav AV CR, pp. 53-70.
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  • Oscarsson, Henrik and Stefan Dahlberg (2006), “Az európai pártrendszer feltérképezése: Erosíti-e a pártrendszer egyszerusége a demokratikus legitimációt?. English title: Mapping the European Party Space: Does Party System Simplicity Produce Democratic Legitimacy?”, in: Tóka, Gábor and Agnes Bátory (ed.), A 2004. évi európai parlamenti választások. Pártok és szavazói magatartás nemzetközi összehasonlításban. English title: The 2004 Elections to the European
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    European Parliament, Aldershot: Gower.
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