My studies are freely available either as open access or free preprints (see links below). Adhering to the idea of transparent and replicable research, I always upload the code of my published studies (usually R or Stata) 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 write me.

Doctoral dissertation

Peer-reviewed journal articles

  1. Breznau, N. & 100+ co-authors (forthcoming): Observing Many Researchers Using the Same Data and Hypothesis Reveals a Hidden Universe of Uncertainty. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  2. 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
  3. Hoogeveen, S. & 100+ co-authors (2022): A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being. Religion, Brain and Behavior.
  4. Czymara, C. S. & Mitchell, J. (2022). All Cops are Trusted? How Context and Time Shape Immigrants’ Trust in the Police in Europe. Ethnic and Racial Studies. PDF
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. Czymara, C. S. (2021): Attitudes toward Refugees in Contemporary Europe: A Longitudinal Perspective on Cross-national Differences. Social Forces 99 (3): 1306–1333. PDF
  11. Czymara, C. S. (2020): Propagated Preferences? Political Elite Discourses and Europeans’ Openness toward Muslim Immigrants. International Migration Review 54 (4): 1212-1237. PDF
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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

Working papers

Research notes and other publications