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
192013
Lexicoder Topic Dictionaries, June 2013 versions
Q Albugh, J Sevenans, S Soroka
McGill University, Montreal, Canada.(available at lexicoder. com), 2013
72013
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
62014
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
52014
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
42017
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
42015
Social media and political inequality
Q Albaugh, C Waddell
Canadian democracy from the ground up: Perceptions and performance, 102, 2014
22014
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
12014
The Orange and the Blue: The Orange Order and the Conservative-Protestant Connection
QM Albaugh
2019
Electoral maps and parliamentary attention to minority groups
Q Albaugh
McGill University, 2014
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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