Jasmine Lorenzini
Jasmine Lorenzini
Research fellow
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Employment status, social capital, and political participation: A comparison of unemployed and employed youth in Geneva
J Lorenzini, M Giugni
Swiss Political Science Review 18 (3), 332-351, 2012
452012
Protest for a future: Composition, mobilization and motives of the participants in Fridays For Future climate protests on 15 March, 2019 in 13 European cities
M Wahlström, M Sommer, P Kocyba, M de Vydt, J De Moor, S Davies, ...
Protest for a Future, 2019
422019
Social movements in interaction with political parties
S Hutter, H Kriesi, J Lorenzini
The wiley blackwell companion to social movements, 322-337, 2018
322018
Youth coping with unemployment: The role of social support
J Lorenzini, M Giugni
Revue Suisse de Travail Social 11 (2), 80-99, 2011
272011
Subjective well-being and political participation: A comparison of unemployed and employed youth
J Lorenzini
Journal of Happiness Studies 16 (2), 381-404, 2015
232015
HALF A LOAF IS (NOT) BETTER THAN NONE: HOW AUSTERITY-RELATED GRIEVANCES AND EMOTIONS TRIGGERED PROTESTS IN SPAIN
C Galais, J Lorenzini
Mobilization 22 (1), 77-95, 2017
212017
Disclaiming national representatives: Protest waves in Southern Europe during the crisis
A Altiparmakis, J Lorenzini
Party Politics 24 (1), 78-89, 2018
172018
Employment Status and Political Participation: Does Exclusion Influence the Protest Behavior of the Young Unemployed?
M Giugni, J Lorenzini
Economic and Political Change in Asia and Europe, 179-195, 2013
142013
Gender ideology: The last barrier to women’s participation in political consumerism?
J Lorenzini, M Bassoli
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 56 (6), 460-483, 2015
112015
Jobless citizens: political engagement of the young unemployed
M Giugni, J Lorenzini
Springer, 2016
92016
Employment Situation
M Giugni, J Lorenzini
Social Capital, and Political Participation: A Survey of Unemployed and …, 2010
92010
Long-Term Unemployed Youth in Switzerland: Coping with Exclusion from the Labor Market in a Country with Low Unemployment
J Lorenzini, M Giugni
Experiencing Long-Term Unemployment in Europe, 73-106, 2016
82016
Towards a dataset of automatically coded protest events from English-language Newswire documents
J Lorenzini, P Makarov, H Kriesi, B Wueest
Amsterdam Text Analysis Conference, 2016
72016
Contention in times of crises: Comparing political protest in 30 European countries, 2000–2015
H Kriesi, J Lorenzini, B Wüest, S Häusermann
Unpublished manuscript, 2018
62018
Welfare Institutions, Resources, and Political Learning: Interacting with the State as an Incentive for the Political Participation of Long-Term Unemployed Youth
J Lorenzini, M Giugni
Partecipazione e Conflitto: The Open Journal of Sociopolitical Studies 8 (3 …, 2015
62015
Hypotheses on citizens’ political reactions to economic crises
M Giugni, J Lorenzini
Working Paper on Definition and Identification of Crises, 2014
62014
Towards automated protest event analysis
P Makarov, J Lorenzini, K Rothenhäusler, B Wüest
University of Zurich, 2015
52015
The political role of civil society in the policy field of youth unemployment and precarious working conditions
S Baglioni, J Lorenzini, L Mosca
Civil Society Organizations, Unemployment, and Precarity in Europe, 13-31, 2014
52014
Food Activism and Citizens’ Democratic Engagements: What Can We Learn from Market-Based Political Participation?
J Lorenzini
Politics and Governance 7 (4), 131-141, 2019
42019
External validation of the protest event analysis
B Wüest, J Lorenzini
42017
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