Quinn Albaugh
Quinn Albaugh
Department of Politics, Princeton University
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The automated coding of policy agendas: A dictionary-based approach
Q Albaugh, J Sevenans, S Soroka, PJ Loewen
6th Annual Comparative Agendas Conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 2013
Lexicoder Topic Dictionaries, June 2013 versions
Q Albugh, J Sevenans, S Soroka
McGill University, Montreal, Canada.(available at lexicoder. com), 2013
The automated coding of policy agendas: A dictionary based approach (v. 2.0.)
J Sevenans, Q Albaugh, T Shahaf, S Soroka, S Walgrave
CAP Conference, 12-14, 2014
Comparing and combining machine learning and dictionary-based approaches to topic coding
Q Albaugh, S Soroka, J Joly, P Loewen, J Sevenans, S Walgrave
7th annual Comparative Agendas Project (CAP) conference, 12-14, 2014
The Americanization of Canadian political science? The doctoral training of Canadian political science faculty
QM Albaugh
Canadian Journal of Political Science 50 (1), 243, 2017
Television in the Legislature: The Impact of Cameras in the House of Commons
SN Soroka, O Redko, Q Albaugh
Parliamentary Affairs 68 (1), 203-217, 2015
Social media and political inequality
Q Albaugh, C Waddell
Canadian democracy from the ground up: Perceptions and performance, 102, 2014
The Story behind the Story Evaluating the Content of Political News
H Bastedo, Q Albaugh, A Marland
Canadian Democracy from the Ground Up: Perceptions and Performance, 125, 2014
The Orange and the Blue: The Orange Order and the Conservative-Protestant Connection
QM Albaugh
Electoral maps and parliamentary attention to minority groups
Q Albaugh
McGill University, 2014
Guaranteed (Under-) Representation: The Cautionary Tale of Party Quotas for Language and Religion in New Brunswick, 1870-1974
QM Albaugh
Affirmative Gatekeeping: Informal Influences on Behalf of Women Candidates
QM Albaugh
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