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Jan Matti Dollbaum
Jan Matti Dollbaum
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Bremen
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Civil society development in Russia and Ukraine: Diverging paths
S Stewart, JM Dollbaum
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 50 (3), 207-220, 2017
312017
Curbing protest through elite co-optation? Regional protest mobilization by the Russian systemic opposition during the ‘for fair elections’ protests 2011–2012
JM Dollbaum
Journal of Eurasian studies 8 (2), 109-122, 2017
262017
Protest trajectories in electoral authoritarianism: From Russia’s “For Fair Elections” movement to Alexei Navalny’s presidential campaign
JM Dollbaum
Post-Soviet Affairs 36 (3), 192-210, 2020
222020
A top-down movement with grass-roots effects? Alexei Navalny’s electoral campaign
JM Dollbaum, A Semenov, E Sirotkina
Social Movement Studies 17 (5), 618-625, 2018
192018
Outsmarting Electoral Authoritarianism? Alexey Navalny’s “Smart Voting” in Moscow and Beyond
JM Dollbaum
Russian Analytical Digest, 5-8, 2019
72019
Social policy on social media: How opposition actors used Twitter and VKontakte to oppose the Russian pension reform
JM Dollbaum
Problems of Post-Communism 68 (6), 509-520, 2021
62021
Navalny: Putin's Nemesis, Russia's Future?
JM Dollbaum, M Lallouet, B Noble
Oxford University Press, 2021
52021
When life gives you lemons: Alexei Navalny’s electoral campaign
JM Dollbaum
Russian Analytical Digest 210, 6-9, 2017
52017
When does diffusing protest lead to local organization building? Evidence from a comparative subnational study of Russia’s “For fair Elections” movement
JM Dollbaum
Perspectives on Politics, 2020
42020
Navalny’s digital dissidents: A new dataset on a Russian opposition movement
JM Dollbaum, A Semenov
Problems of Post-Communism 69 (3), 282-291, 2022
22022
Protest event analysis under conditions of limited press freedom: Comparing data sources
JM Dollbaum
Media and Communication 9 (4), 104-115, 2021
22021
Belarus vor dem Referendum 2022: Verfassungsreform und Protestbereitschaft
F Burkhardt, JM Dollbaum
Belarus-Analysen, 7-15, 2021
12021
Trajectories of political protest in post-Soviet spaces: an introduction
JM Dollbaum, H Pleines, S Schattenberg
Post-Soviet Affairs 36 (3), 189-191, 2020
12020
Der Bolotnaja-Prozess
F Burkhardt, JM Dollbaum
Lexikon der politischen Strafprozesse, 2018
12018
Publicize or Perish‐Challenger Party Success through Megaphones and Locomotives
JF Dollbaum, JM Dollbaum
European Journal of Political Research, 2022
2022
Protest and Opposition: Short-Term Depression, Long-Term Uncertainty
JM Dollbaum
Political Regime Stability/Universities/Agriculture 29 (281), 14, 2022
2022
A Generalized Approach to Protest Event Detection in German Local News
G Wiedemann, JM Dollbaum, S Hanuss, P Daphi, LD Meier
13th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC), 3883–3891, 2022
2022
Alexeï Navalny: L’homme qui défie Poutine
JM Dollbaum, M Lallouet, B Noble
Tallandier, 2021
2021
Duma and Regional Elections 2021
G Golosov, T Tkacheva, JM Dollbaum, M Lallouet, B Noble, T Golova, ...
Russian Analytical Digest (RAD) 271, 2021
2021
Using protest event analysis to study labour conflict in authoritarian regimes: The Monitoring of Labour Protest dataset
P Bizyukov, JM Dollbaum
Global Social Policy 21 (1), 148-152, 2021
2021
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