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Open Access Journal | ISSN: 2183-2463

Negative Politics: Leader Personality, Negative Campaigning, and the Oppositional Dynamics of Contemporary Politics

Academic Editors: Alessandro Nai (University of Amsterdam), Diego Garzia (University of Lausanne), Loes Aaldering (Free University Amsterdam), Frederico Ferreira da Silva (University of Lausanne), and Katjana Gattermann (University of Amsterdam)

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For a Research Agenda on Negative Politics
Alessandro Nai, Diego Garzia, Loes Aaldering, Frederico Ferreira da Silva and Katjana Gattermann
Editorial | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
How Partisanship Matters: A Panel Study on the Democratic Outcomes of Perceived Dirty Campaigning
Franz Reiter and Jörg Matthes
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
It’s All Relative: Perceptions of (Comparative) Candidate Incivility and Candidate Sympathy in Three Multiparty Elections
Chiara Vargiu
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
The Decision to Go Negative: Election Types, Candidate Characteristics, and Electoral Competition
Huang-Ting Yan
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
The Role of Gender in Parliamentary Attacks and Incivility
Željko Poljak
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
The Personality Origins of Positive and Negative Partisanship
Alexa Bankert
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
Is Protest Only Negative? Examining the Effect of Emotions and Affective Polarization on Protest Behaviour
Luca Bettarelli, Caroline Close and Emilie van Haute
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
Negative Party Identification and the Use of Party Cues in the Direct Democratic Context
Maxime Walder and Oliver Strijbis
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
Fueling Toxicity? Studying Deceitful Opinion Leaders and Behavioral Changes of Their Followers
Puck Guldemond, Andreu Casas Salleras and Mariken van der Velden
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
Who Are the “Dark” Politicians? Insights From Self-Reports of German State Parliament Candidates
Jürgen Maier, Mona Dian and Corinna Oschatz
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
Do Leader Evaluations (De)Mobilize Voter Turnout? Lessons From Presidential Elections in the United States
Liran Harsgor and Neil Nevitte
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
Loud and Negative: Exploring Negativity in Voter Thoughts About Women and Men Politicians
Tobias Rohrbach
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
Grievance Politics: An Empirical Analysis of Anger Through the Emotional Mechanism of Ressentiment
Tereza Capelos, Mikko Salmela and Gabija Krisciunaite
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022
Online Trolls: Unaffectionate Psychopaths or Just Lonely Outcasts and Angry Partisans?
Monika Verbalyte, Christoph Keitel and Krista Howard
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 December 2022