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  • This time it’s different? Effects of the Eurovision Debate on young citizens’ and its consequence for EU democracy – evidence from a quasi-experiment in 24 countries 

    Maier, J; Faas, T; Rittberger, B; Fortin-Rittberger, J; Josifides, KA; Banducci, SA; Bellucci, P; Blomgren, IB; Brikse, I; Charalambous, G; Chwedczuk-Szulc, K; Costa Lobo, M; Czesnik, M; Deligiaouri, A; Dezelan, T; deNooy, W; Di Virgilio, A; Fesnic, F; Fink-Hafner, D; Grbesa, M; Greab, C; Henjak, A; Hopmann, DN; Johann, D; Jelenfi, G; Kavaliauskaite, J; Kmetty, Z; Kritzinger, S; Magalhaes, P; Meyer, V; Mihailova, K; Mirchev, M; Pitkanen, V; Ramonaite, A; Reidy, T; Rybar, M; Sammut, C; Sanatana-Pereira, J; Segatti, P; Spurava, G; Spyridouu, L-P; Stefanel, A; Stetka, V; Surdej, A; Tardos, R; Trimithiotis, D; Vezzoni, C; Vilagi, A; Zavecz, G (Routledge, 2017-01-20)
    For the very first time in EU history, the 2014 EP elections provided citizens with the opportunity to influence the nomination of the Commission President by casting a vote for the main Europarties’ ‘lead candidates’. By ...