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Collaboration partners

A list of LORE Collaboration partners and projects sorted by year. At this point, only 2015-2016 is available.

 

| 2016 | 2015 |


 

2016

Assessing instructional risk and crisis message effectiveness in Sweden
Bengt Johansson, University of Gothenburg

Asylum seekers in Sweden. What happens during the process?
Peter Esaiasson, University of Gothenburg

Attitudes to antibiotics usage. An experimental study
Niklas Harring, CeCAR, University of Gothenburg

Attitudes towars beggars and begging
Karin Zelano, University of Gothenburg

Branded content
Lars Truedsson, Institute for media studies, Stockholm

Can you make it on you own? 72 hours information campaign
Bengt Johansson, University of Gothenburg

Carbon dioxide tax and fairness perceptions
Sverker Jagers, Luleå university

Congestion charges acceptance and perceived consequences. A long run panel study
Andreas Nilsson, University of Gothenburg

Designing information campaings for the public. The case of the 72 hours crisis
Bengt Johansson, University of Gothenburg

Election pledges and accountability processes
Niels Markwat, University of Gothenburg

Equality statistics and ethnicity
Karim Jebari, Institute for future studies, Stockholm

Ethics of self-driving cars - a pretest
Wolfgang Habla, University of Augsburg

European Internet Panel Survey Reform Monitor
Annelis Blom, University of Mannheim

Exploring the mechanisms behind the association between gender and corruption
Mattias Agerberg, University of Gothenburg

Guilt and responsibility in sexual abuse scenarios
Kerstin Adolfsson, University of Gothenburg

How feelings of disgust influence policy attitudes and party support
Richard E. Matland, University of Chicago

In groups and out groups
Peter Esaiasson, University of Gothenburg

Language Effects in Surveys
Stefan Dahlberg, University of Gothenburg

Migration attitudes
Anders Westholm, Uppsala university

Ocean acidification and public knowledge
Simon Matti, CeCAR, University of Gothenburg

Policy acceptance and policy packages. A pilot study
Johan Martinsson, CeCAR, University of Gothenburg

Politicians and personality
Aina Gallego, Pompeu Fabra university, Barcelona

Pregnancy and politics - Inward and outward
Elin Naurin, University of Gothenburg

Refugee attitudes and media consumption
Tomas Odén, University of Gothenburg

Remember, remember the 14th of September – Accuracy of vote recall in the Swedish General Election and its effects on the quality of opinion polls
Per Oleskog Tryggvasson, University of Gothenburg

Response options for survey questions on respondent gender
Patrik Öhberg, University of Gothenburg

Self-licensing and political behaviour
Seth Werfel, Stanford university

SFI student survey 2016

Fredrik Lundvall, Immigrant index, Härnösand

Social sciences student survey 2016
Mats Rythla, Faculty of social sciences

Swedish journalists survey 2016
Monica Löfgren-Nilsson, University of Gothenburg

Swedish politicians survey 2016
Patrik Öhberg, University of Gothenburg

The effects of majority opinion
Henrik Friberg-Fernros, University of Gothenburg

Threats to public security and opinions regarding methods of government surveillance
Clara Segerstedt, University of Gothenburg

Trust, bureaucratic discretion and regulation of aquaculture
Janne Listhaug, University of Gothenburg

Value framing and election pledges
Christoffer Hildingsson, University of Gothenburg

Welfare state support and knowledge
Anders Lindbom, Uppsala university

Welfare under pressure
Staffan Kumlin, University of Oslo

Who gets what? Political support for governmental spending profiles
Ann-Kristin Kölln, University of Gothenburg

Wild or farmed fish? Attitudes and knowledge among the swedish public
Niklas Harring, Swemarc, University of Gothenburg

Visuals and opinions about refugees
Delia Dumitrescu, University of East Anglia

 


 

2015

 
Abortion attitudes - for what reasons? A questions wording experiment
Henrik Friberg-Fernros, University of Gothenburg

Attitudes towards asylum seekers - the Alan Kurdi effect
Jacob Sohlberg, University of Gothenburg

Autonomy-Solidarity-Competence: An improved measure of life satisfaction
Petter Gustavsson, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm

Battery recycling. Behavior and attitudes
Ulrika Holmberg, University of Gothenburg

Burden sharing and motivation crowding in environmental politics Endre Tvinnereim, University of Bergen

Comparative environmental attitudes
Sverker Jagers, Luleå university

Consideration set models of party choice in Swedish elections
Henrik Oscarsson, University of Gothenburg

Corruption in municipal executive boards
Monica Bauhr, University of Gothenburg

Crisis communication - the case of the forest fire in Västmanland Tomas Odén, University of Gothenburg

Do they move together? Comparing Citizen, Politician, Journalist
Bengt Johansson, University of Gothenburg

Effects of educational program on pro-environmental attitudes
Cecilia Lundholm, Stockholm university

Election promises regarding labor migration and school policies
Elina Lindgren, University of Gothenburg

Endorsement of pro-environmental proposals by different political parties
Josefin Andersson, University of Gothenburg

Environmentally hazardous substances and clothing consumption
Gregory Peters, Chalmers university, Gothenburg

Ethnicity and survey evaluations
Patrik Öhberg, University of Gothenburg

Evaluation of media use questions
Jonas Ohlsson, The SOM Institute, Gothenburg

Guilt and responsibility in sexual abuse scenarios
Kerstin Adolfsson, University of Gothenburg

How does immigration influence support for redistribution?
Elias Naumann, University of Mannheim

How images affect perceived competence of political candidates
Fanny Värnbrink, University of Gothenburg

In groups and out groups
Peter Esaiasson, University of Gothenburg

Increasing CO2-taxes
Sverker Jagers, Luleå University

Interest group survey
Daniel Naurin, University of Gothenburg

Language Effects in Surveys
Stefan Dahlberg, University of Gothenburg

Negativity bias
Stuart Soroka, McGill University, Montreal

Negotiations and the European council of ministers

Daniel Naurin, University of Gothenburg

Party member survey 2015
Ann-Kristin Kölln, University of Gothenburg

Planning for parental leave: do popular narratives affect men's and women's expectations?
Johanna Rickne, Research institute of industrial economics, Stockholm

Political branding of xenophobic parties
Elsa Johansson, University of Gothenburg

Pregnancy and politics
Elin Naurin, University of Gothenburg

Pretesting new measurement instrument in the SOM surveys 2015
Henrik Oscarsson, The SOM Institute, Gothenburg

Pretesting the new CSES module on democracy and national identity
Henrik Oscarsson, University of Gothenburg

Public (mis)understanding of news about behavioral genetics: Testing multiple exposure and effect duration
Alexandre Morin-Chassé, University of Montreal

Public attitudes towards over-the-counter sales of paracetamol
Tove Hedenrud, University of Gothenburg

Refugee attitudes and media consumption

Tomas Odén, University of Gothenburg

Remember, remember the 14th of September – Accuracy of vote recall in the Swedish General Election and its effects on the quality of opinion polls
Per Oleskog Tryggvasson, University of Gothenburg

Responses to news and left-right ideology
Stuart Soroka, McGill University, Montreal

Richard Floridas grid questions about cities in a Swedish context
Henrik Oscarsson, The SOM Institute, Gothenburg

Support for foreign aid policy
Seth Werfel, Stanford university

Swedish journalists survey 2015
Monica Löfgren-Nilsson, University of Gothenburg

Swedish politicians survey 2015
Patrik Öhberg, University of Gothenburg

The ethics of social science experiments
Elin Naurin, University of Gothenburg

The terror attack in Paris 2015
Peter Esaiasson, University of Gothenburg

Topic interest and survey response
Delia Dumitrescu, University of Gothenburg

Understanding the causes and consequences of political trust: an experimental test
Aaron Martin, The university of Melbourne

Welfare under pressure
Staffan Kumlin, University of Oslo

What long run factors shape vote choice? Election panel 2012-2014

Johan Martinsson, University of Gothenburg

Willingness to change meat consumption behavior
Sara Gustafsson, University of Gothenburg
 

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