Research

My studies are freely available either as open access or preprints (see links below). Adhering to the idea of transparent and replicable research, I always upload the code of my published studies to the Open Science Framework. Feel free to use any material for secondary analyses, teaching, or other purposes, but please cite the source 😊 If you can’t access something, please let me know.

Doctoral dissertation

Peer-reviewed journal articles

  1. Schmidt-Catran, A. W. & Czymara, C. S. (2022): Political Elite Discourses Polarize Attitudes toward Immigration Along Ideological Lines. A comparative longitudinal analysis of Europe in the 21st century. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. PDF
  2. Breznau, N. & 100+ co-authors (2022): Observing Many Researchers Using the Same Data and Hypothesis Reveals a Hidden Universe of Uncertainty. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (44): 1-8.
  3. Czymara, C. S., Dochow, S, Drouhot, L. G., Simsek, M. & Spörlein, C. (2022): Catalyst of hate? Ethnic insulting on YouTube in the aftermath of terror attacks in France, Germany and the United Kingdom 2014–2017.. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (Special issue: Computational Approaches to Migration and Integration Research). PDF
  4. Hoogeveen, S. & 100+ co-authors (2022): A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being. Religion, Brain and Behavior.
  5. Czymara, C. S. & Mitchell, J. (2023). All Cops are Trusted? How Context and Time Shape Immigrants’ Trust in the Police in Europe. Ethnic and Racial Studies 46 (1): 72 - 96. PDF
  6. Langenkamp, A., Cano, T. & Czymara, C. S. (2022). My Home is my Castle? The Role of Living Arrangements on Experiencing the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence From Germany. Frontiers in Sociology 6: 1 - 14. PDF
  7. Czymara, C. S. & van Klingeren, M. (2022): New perspective? Comparing Frame Occurrence in Online and Traditional News Media Reporting on Europe’s “Migration Crisis”. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research 47 (1): 136 - 162. PDF
  8. Czymara, C. S. & Eisentraut, M. (2020): ‘A threat to the Occident’? Comparing human values of Muslim immigrants, Christian and non-religious natives in Western Europe. Frontiers in Sociology 5: 1-15. PDF
  9. Czymara, C. S., Langenkamp, A. & Cano, T. (2021): Cause for Concern: Gender Inequality in Experiencing the COVID-19 Lockdown in Germany. European Societies 23 (S1): 68 - 81. PDF
  10. Schmidt-Catran, A. W. & Czymara, C. S. (2020): “Did you read about Berlin?” Terrorist attacks, online media reporting and support for refugees in Germany. Soziale Welt 71 (2–3): 305 – 337. PDF
  11. Czymara, C. S. (2021): Attitudes toward Refugees in Contemporary Europe: A Longitudinal Perspective on Cross-national Differences. Social Forces 99 (3): 1306 – 1333. PDF
  12. Czymara, C. S. (2020): Propagated Preferences? Political Elite Discourses and Europeans’ Openness toward Muslim Immigrants. International Migration Review 54 (4): 1212-1237. PDF
  13. Czymara, C. S. & Dochow, S. (2018): Mass Media and Concerns about Immigration in Germany in the 21st Century: Individual-Level Evidence over 15 Years. European Sociological Review 34 (4): 381 – 401. PDF
  14. Czymara, C. S. & Schmidt-Catran, A. W. (2017) : Refugees Unwelcome? Changes in the Public Acceptance of Immigrants and Refugees in Germany in the Course of Europe’s “Immigration Crisis”. European Sociological Review 33 (6): 735 – 751. PDF
  15. Czymara, C. S. & Schmidt-Catran, A. W. (2016): Wer ist in Deutschland willkommen? Eine Vignettenanalyse zur Akzeptanz von Einwanderern (Who is welcome in Germany? A Vignette Study on the Acceptance of Immigrants). Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 68 (2): 1 – 35. PDF

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