Publications

Monographs and edited volumes

Articles with peer review

Contributions in edited volumes

  • Munzert, S. & D. Nyhuis. Forthcoming. Die Nutzung von Webdaten in den Sozialwissenschaften. In: Wagemann, C., A. Goerres & M. Siewert (eds.) Handbuch Methoden der Politikwissenschaft. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • Nyhuis, D. & T. Faas. Forthcoming. Twitter als Spiegel öffentlicher Meinung? Die Schätzung politischer Bewertungen auf Twitter mittels halbautomatischer Textklassifizierung. In: Behnke, J., A. Blätte, K.-U. Schnapp & C. Wagemann (eds.) Computational Social Science: Die Analyse von Big Data. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Nyhuis, D. & S. Shikano. Forthcoming. The effect of scandals on political preferences: The case of the CDU donations scandal in Germany, 1999-2000. In: Haller, A., H. Michael & M. Kraus (eds.) Scandalogy: An interdisciplinary field. Cologne: Herbert von Halem.
  • Nyhuis, D. & J. Friederich. 2017. Begleitung des TV-Duells auf Twitter. In: Faas, T., J. Maier & M. Maier (eds.) Merkel gegen Steinbrück: Analysen zum TV-Duell vor der Bundestagswahl 2013. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 157-72.

Working papers

Select recent conference contributions and invited talks

  • Shikano, S. & D. Nyhuis. 2018. The effect of incumbency on ideological and valence perceptions of parties in multilevel parties. (Invited talk.) Workshop “Manifesto Coordination in Multi-Level Settings”. Brussel, March 9-10.
  • Czulo, O., D. Nyhuis & A. Weyell. 2018. The effect of terroristic events on the framing of extremism in mediated public discourse. General Online Research. Köln, February 28-March 2.
  • Nyhuis, D. & T. Faas. 2018. Second screen effects on perceived candidate performance. (Invited talk.) Symposium “Integrating and Analyzing Data from Surveys and Social Media”. Bochum, February 19-20.
  • Nyhuis, D. & S. Shikano. 2018. Short-term dynamics of political preferences: Candidate valence during electoral campaigns. Conference of the PSA Methdology Group. Essex, January 12.
  • Shikano, S. & D. Nyhuis. 2017. Ideological and valence perceptions of parties in multilevel polities: The role of incumbency status. (Invited talk.) Workshop “Party Competition in European Multi-Level Systems”. Mannheim, November 24–25.
  • Ceyhan, S., D. Nyhuis & T. Zittel. 2017. The dilemma of intra-party democracy: Candidate selection and the quality of legislators. (Invited talk.) Workshop “Change and Future Viability of Party Democracy in Europe”. Düsseldorf, October 13–14.
  • Nyhuis, D. & T. Zittel. 2017. Representation beyond the district: A party-level rationale for geographic representation. (Invited talk.) Workshop “The Political Economy of Mixed-Member Systems”. Delmenhorst, October 5–7.
  • Zittel, T. & D. Nyhuis. 2017. Three faces of party unity: Roll call behavior and vote explanations in the German Bundestag. ECPR General Conference. Oslo, September 6–9.
  • Nyhuis, D. 2017. Employing multi-vote ballots for inferences on local policy spaces. (Invited talk.) Workshop “New Developments in Spatial Models of Party Competition”. Konstanz, July 21–22.
  • Ceyhan, S., D. Nyhuis & T. Zittel. 2017. The dilemma of intra-party democracy: Candidate selection and the quality of legislators. Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments. Basel, June 29–July 1.
  • Nyhuis, D., M. Henneke & T. Zittel. 2017. Representation beyond the district: A party-level rationale for geographic representation. Annual Conference of the EPSA. Milan, June 22–24.
  • Nyhuis, D., M. Henneke & T. Zittel. 2017. Geographic representation in legislative text: Generating dictionaries for automated content analyses of individual parliamentary instruments. Meeting of the DVPW section “Methoden der Politikwissenschaft”. Mainz, May 12–14.
  • Stoetzer, L. & D. Nyhuis. 2017. A comprehensive statistical model for estimating party ambiguity. Annual Meeting of the PSA. Glasgow, April 10–12.
  • Nyhuis, D., T. Zittel & M. Henneke. 2016. Not so dealigned after all: The representation of social groups in the German Bundestag. Workshop “The Responsible Party Model in Times of Dealignment”. Leuven, December 19–20.
  • Stoetzer, L. & D. Nyhuis. 2016. A comprehensive model of party ambiguity. Common Meeting of the Austrian, German, and Swiss Political Science Associations. Heidelberg, September 29–October 1.
  • Zittel, T., D. Nyhuis & M. Baumann. 2016. The role of geography in partisan legislatures: The case of the German Bundestag. Common Meeting of the Austrian, German, and Swiss Political Science Associations. Heidelberg, September 29–October 1.
  • Nyhuis, D., T. Zittel & M. Henneke. 2016. Not so dealigned after all: The representation of social groups in the German Bundestag. ECPR General Conference. Prague, September 7–10.
  • Baumann, M. & D. Nyhuis. 2016. Inherent motivation in legislative collaboration: Cosponsorship networks in three European parliaments. Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments. Munich, June 30–July 2.
  • Nyhuis, D. & S. Shikano. 2016. The effect of scandals on political preferences. Annual Conference of the EPSA. Brussels, June 23–25.
  • Nyhuis, D. & T. Faas. 2016. Second screen effects on perceived candidate performances. ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops. Pisa, April 24–28.