Nicole Ernst
Nicole Ernst
Senior Research and Teaching Assistant at University of Zurich
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ikmz.uzh.ch
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Populism and social media: How politicians spread a fragmented ideology
S Engesser, N Ernst, F Esser, F Büchel
Information, communication & society 20 (8), 1109-1126, 2017
2632017
Extreme parties and populism: An analysis of Facebook and Twitter across six countries
N Ernst, S Engesser, F Büchel, S Blassnig, F Esser
Information, Communication & Society 20 (9), 1347-1364, 2017
982017
The appeal of populist ideas, strategies, and styles: A theoretical model and research design for analyzing populist political communication
W Wirth, F Esser, M Wettstein, S Engesser, D Wirz, A Schulz, N Ernst, ...
NCCR democracy Working Paper series, 2016
622016
The effects of right-wing populist communication on emotions and cognitions toward immigrants
DS Wirz, M Wettstein, A Schulz, P Müller, C Schemer, N Ernst, F Esser, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (4), 496-516, 2018
272018
Populists prefer social media over talk shows: An analysis of populist messages and stylistic elements across six countries
N Ernst, S Blassnig, S Engesser, F Büchel, F Esser
Social Media+ Society 5 (1), 2056305118823358, 2019
122019
Bipolar populism? The use of anti‐elitism and people‐centrism by Swiss parties on social media
N Ernst, S Engesser, F Esser
Swiss political science review 23 (3), 253-261, 2017
122017
Favorable Conditions for Growing Populism
N Ernst, S Engesser, F Esser
Populist political communication in Europe, 151-164, 2016
102016
Effects of message repetition and negativity on credibility judgments and political attitudes
N Ernst, R Kühne, W Wirth
International Journal of Communication 11, 21, 2017
82017
What drives populist styles? Analyzing immigration and labor market news in 11 countries
M Wettstein, F Esser, F Büchel, C Schemer, DS Wirz, A Schulz, N Ernst, ...
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (2), 516-536, 2019
72019
Populism and Informal Fallacies: An Analysis of Right-Wing Populist Rhetoric in Election Campaigns
S Blassnig, F Büchel, N Ernst, S Engesser
Argumentation, 1-30, 2018
62018
Favorable opportunity structures for populist communication: Comparing different types of politicians and issues in social media, television and the press
N Ernst, F Esser, S Blassnig, S Engesser
The International Journal of Press/Politics 24 (2), 165-188, 2019
52019
Populism and social media popularity: How populist communication benefits political leaders on Facebook and Twitter
S Blassnig, N Ernst, S Engesser, F Esser
Power Shift? Political Leadership and Social Media, 97-111, 2019
42019
Hitting a nerve: Populist news articles lead to more frequent and more populist reader comments
S Blassnig, S Engesser, N Ernst, F Esser
Political Communication 36 (4), 629-651, 2019
32019
Was steigert die Facebook-Resonanz? Eine Analyse der Likes, Shares und Comments im Schweizer Wahlkampf 2015
A Staender, N Ernst, D Steppat
SCM Studies in Communication and Media 8 (2), 236-271, 2019
22019
Populism in online election coverage: Analyzing populist statements by politicians, journalists, and readers in three countries
S Blassnig, N Ernst, F Büchel, S Engesser, F Esser
Journalism Studies 20 (8), 1110-1129, 2019
22019
Populist communication in talk shows and social media. A comparative content analysis in four countries
S Blassnig, N Ernst, F Büchel, S Engesser
SCM Studies in Communication and Media 7 (3), 338-363, 2018
22018
How populist crisis rhetoric affects voters in Switzerland
DS Wirz, M Wettstein, A Schulz, N Ernst, C Schemer, W Wirth
Studies in Communication Sciences, 69-83, 2019
12019
What is Populism?
S Blassnig, N Ernst, S Engesser, F Esser
Power Shift? Political Leadership and Social Media: Case Studies in …, 2019
2019
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