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Christian S. Czymara
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Cause for concerns: gender inequality in experiencing the COVID-19 lockdown in Germany
CS Czymara, A Langenkamp, T Cano
European societies 23 (sup1), S68-S81, 2021
3162021
Refugees unwelcome? Changes in the public acceptance of immigrants and refugees in Germany in the course of Europe’s ‘immigration crisis’
CS Czymara, AW Schmidt-Catran
European Sociological Review 33 (6), 735-751, 2017
2052017
Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, HHV Nguyen, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (44), e2203150119, 2022
1312022
Mass media and concerns about immigration in Germany in the 21st century: individual-level evidence over 15 years
CS Czymara, S Dochow
European Sociological Review 34 (4), 381-401, 2018
922018
Who is welcome in Germany? A Vignette Study on the Acceptance of Immigrants
CS Czymara, AW Schmidt-Catran
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift Für Soziologie Und Sozialpsychologie 68, 193-227, 2016
73*2016
A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being
S Hoogeveen, A Sarafoglou, B Aczel, Y Aditya, AJ Alayan, PJ Allen, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 13 (3), 237-283, 2023
632023
Attitudes toward refugees in contemporary Europe: A longitudinal perspective on cross-national differences
CS Czymara
Social Forces 99 (3), 1306-1333, 2021
562021
Propagated preferences? Political elite discourses and Europeans’ openness toward Muslim immigrants
CS Czymara
International Migration Review 54 (4), 1212-1237, 2020
382020
Political elite discourses polarize attitudes toward immigration along ideological lines. A comparative longitudinal analysis of Europe in the twenty-first century
AW Schmidt-Catran, CS Czymara
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 49 (1), 85-109, 2023
212023
New perspective? Comparing frame occurrence in online and traditional news media reporting on Europe’s “Migration Crisis”
CS Czymara, M Klingeren
Communications 47 (1), 136-162, 2022
182022
"Did you read about Berlin?" Terrorist attacks, online media reporting and support for refugees in Germany
AW Schmidt-Catran, CS Czymara
Soziale Welt 71 (2-3), 305-337, 2020
17*2020
My home is my castle? The role of living arrangements on experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence from germany
A Langenkamp, T Cano, CS Czymara
Frontiers in sociology 6, 785201, 2022
16*2022
Catalyst of hate? Ethnic insulting on YouTube in the aftermath of terror attacks in France, Germany and the United Kingdom 2014–2017
CS Czymara, S Dochow-Sondershaus, LG Drouhot, M Simsek, C Spörlein
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 49 (2), 535-553, 2023
132023
A threat to the occident? Comparing human values of Muslim immigrants, Christian, and non-religious natives in Western Europe
CS Czymara, M Eisentraut
Frontiers in sociology 5, 538926, 2020
122020
The Crowdsourced Replication Initiative: Investigating Immigration and Social Policy Preferences. Executive Report.
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
92019
All cops are trusted? How context and time shape immigrants’ trust in the police in Europe
CS Czymara, J Mitchell
Ethnic and Racial Studies 46 (1), 72-96, 2023
82023
How many replicators does it take to achieve reliability? Investigating researcher variability in a crowdsourced replication
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, HHV Nguyen, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
SocArXiv, 2021
62021
Real-World Developments Predict Immigration News in Right-Wing Media: Evidence from Germany
CS Czymara
Mass Communication and Society 27 (1), 50-74, 2024
42024
Discursive Determinants of Attitudes towards Immigrants: Political Parties and Mass Media as Contextual Sources of Threat Perceptions
CS Czymara
Universität zu Köln, 2018
32018
Konfundierungen in Vignettenanalysen mit einzelnen deffizienten Vignettenstichproben
CS Czymara, AW Schmidt-Catran
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 70 (1), 93-103, 2018
32018
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