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Nina Wiesehomeier


Nina Wiesehomeier


International Relations

Political Science

Nina has received her PhD in Political Sciences from the University of Konstanz (Germany). She has previously held positions as a Senior Lecturer in Politics in the Department of Political and Cultural Studies at the University of Swansea (UK), Fellow at the Social Science Institute, University of Lisbon (Portugal), and was a Visiting Fellow at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame (USA). Nina’s research interests fall into the area of comparative politics and evolve around political parties, political institutions, women representation, ideology and issues of political representation, political preferences, and political behavior. More information can be found at www.wiesehomeier.net

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Latest Publications

• Wiesehomeier, N., Verge, T. (2020). “Corruption, Opportunity Networks, and Gender Stereotypes of Female Foliticians’ Corruptibility”. Public Opinion Quarterly, Vol. 84 (2): 538-550

• Verge, T., Wiesehomeier, N., Espírito-Santo, Ana. (2020). “Framing symbolic representation: exploring how women’s political presence shapes citizens’ political attitudes”. European Journal of Politics and Gender, Vol. 3 (2): 257-276

• Arnold, C., Doyle, D., Wiesehomeier, N. (2017). “Presidents, Policy Compromise and Legislative Success”. Journal of Politics, Vol. 79 (2)

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