Much of my work, including my PhD thesis, is currectly under review or in the process of submission. For more work in progress, have a look at the research section of my webpage.
Peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters
(n.d.) Theresa Gessler, Gergö Tóth and Johannes Wachs. “No country for Asylum Seekers? How short-term exposure to refugees influences attitudes and voting behavior in Hungary”, accepted at Political Behavior.
2020, Endre Borbáth and Theresa Gessler. “Different worlds of contention? Protest in Northwestern, Southern and Eastern Europe.”, European Journal of Political Research.
2018, Federico Nanni et.al. “Findings from the hackathon on understanding euroscepticism through the lens of textual data”, in: Proceedings of the LREC 2018 Workshop ParlaCLARIN: Miyazaki, Japan.
Working Papers available online
Fabrizio Gilardi, Theresa Gessler, Maël Kubli and Stefan Müller.”Social Media and Political Agenda Setting”.
Fabrizio Gilardi, Lucien Baumgartner, Clau Dermont, Karsten Donnay, Theresa Gessler, Mael Kubli, Lucas Leemann and Stefan Müller. “Building Research Infrastructures To Study Digital Technology and Politics: Lessons from Switzerland”.
Fabrizio Gilardi, Theresa Gessler, Maël Kubli and Stefan Müller.”Social Media and Policy Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Switzerland”.
2020, Theresa Gessler and Julia Schulte-Cloos “The Return of the Economy? Issue Contention in the Protest Arena”, in: Kriesi, Hanspeter et al. (editors): Contention in times of crises. Comparing political protest in 30 European countries, 2000-2015, Cambridge University Press.
2019, Swen Hutter and Theresa Gessler. “Design, Methods, and Cross-Validation of the Media Content Analysis.”, in: Swen Hutter and Hanspeter Kriesi (editors): European Party Politics in Times of Crisis, Cambridge University Press.
2019, Theresa Gessler and Anna Kyriazi. “A Hungarian Crisis or the Crisis in Hungary? The effect of the Great Recession on Hungarian party competition” , in: Swen Hutter and Hanspeter Kriesi (editors): European Party Politics in Times of Crisis, Cambridge University Press.
Non-peer reviewed work and book reviews
2018, Theresa Gessler. “Ungarn”, in: Mercator Forum Migration und Populismus: Migration und Populismus. Jahresbericht 2018. Dresden.
2017, Theresa Gessler. “Book Review: The Hungarian Patient. Social Opposition to an Illiberal Democracy, By Peter Krasztev & Jon Van Til (Eds).” Europe-Asia Studies 69 (3).
2017, Theresa Gessler. “Invalid but Not Inconsequential? The 2016 Hungarian Migrant Quota Referendum.” East European Quarterly. Direct Democracy Notes.