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Dr. Sebastian Jäckle

Seminar für Wiss. Politik

Werthmannstr. 12

79098 Freiburg i. Br.


Sebastian.Jaeckle(a)politik.uni-freiburg.de

phone: +49 - 761 - 203 9368


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I am Assistant Professor (Akademischer Rat) at the University of Freiburg, Department of Politics.


In my current research I focus on the following topics:

(1) GIS in political science,

(2) the carbon footprint of science conferences,

(3) right wing terrorism,

(4) attitudes and survey reasearch, and

(5) appearance effects in elections.


I predominantly work with quantitative methods like Event-History-, Multi-Level-, Sequence- or Network-Analysis.


On this website you can find further information about my current research and teaching as well as my publications.

Media Appearances

YouTube Interview: Corona Survey
YouTube Interview: Corona Survey
11/2020
Article: Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Conference Travel
Article: Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Conference Travel
11/2019
YouTube Interview: Appearance Effects in Elections
YouTube Interview: Appearance Effects in Elections
10/2019
Press Release: It is Best Not to Fly to Conferences
Press Release: It is Best Not to Fly to Conferences
09/2019

Recently Published


  • The Shifting Class-Base of Social Democratic Parties in Western Europe, in European Politics and Society, online first DOI:

    10.1080/23745118.2021.1909806 (with Achim Hildebrandt).

  • Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Academic Conferences by Online Participation - the Case of the 2020 Virtual ECPR General Conference, in PS: Political Science & Politics, online first DOI: 10.1017/S1049096521000020.
  • Responding to Policy Signals? An Experimental Study on Information about Policy Adoption and Data Retention Policy Support in Germany, in: Social Science Quarterly, online first DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/ssqu.12931 (with Achim Hildebrandt, Eva-Maria Trüdinger & Jonas Löser).

  • A Catwalk to Congress? Appearance-Based Effects in the Elections to the U.S. House of Representatives 2016, in American Politics Research. Vol. 48, No. 4, 427-441, DOI:  10.1177/1532673X19875710 (with Thomas Metz, Georg Wenzelburger & Pascal D. König).