Empirical Gender Studies

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Ass.-Prof. Dr. Sarah C. Dingler

Current Projects

Projects, scholarships and other third-party funds

Research Projects

  • Dingler, Sarah Caroline: Can a woman do the job? Introducing a gender perspective on legislative oversight.
    Fritz Thyssen Stiftung
    2022-04-01 - 2025-04-30

  • Hayek, Lore; Dingler, Sarah Caroline; Senn, Martin: Communicating the COVID-19 Crisis: Comparative Analysis of Crisis Communication by Governments and Heads of State.
    Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF), Akutförderung SARS-CoV-2
    2021-10-01 - 2025-09-30 (Web link)

Current Publications


Contributions to Books / Journals

Journal Article (Original Paper)
  • Dingler, Sarah C.; Hayek, Lore; Schwaderer, Christian; Senn, Martin; Kraxberger, Andreas M.; Ragheb, Nada (2024): Everyone will know someone who died of Corona: Government threat language during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    In: European Journal of Political Research online first. (DOI)

  • Dingler, Sarah C.; Kroeber, Corinna (2023): Myths About Women in the Political Executive—How Gender Stereotypes Shape the Way MPs Assess the Competences of Ministers.
    In: Political research quarterly 76/3, pp. 1403 - 1417. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Dingler, Sarah C.; Ramstetter, Lena (2023): When Does She Rebel? How Gender Affects Deviating Legislative Behaviour.
    In: Government and Opposition 58/3, pp. 437 - 455. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Dingler, Sarah; Helms, Ludger (2023): Parliamentary women opposition leaders: A comparative assessment across 28 OECD countries.
    In: Politics and Governance 11/1, pp. 85 - 96. (Full-text) (DOI) (Web link)

  • Kroeber, Corinna; Dingler, Sarah C. (2023): Crisis and Gender in Legislative-Executive Relations.
    In: Politics & Gender 19/3, pp. 908 - 914. (DOI) (Web link)

Journal Article (Editorial)
  • Dingler, Sarah C.; Helms, Ludger; Müller, Henriette (2023): Women opposition leaders: Conceptual issues and empirical agendas. Politics and Governance.
    In: Politics and Governance 11/1, pp. 80 - 84. (Full-text) (DOI) (Web link)

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