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Yet Another Miniature Campaign: The 2009 Televised Debate

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Given the fact that in the 2009 German national election a televised debate took place, televised debates have now become an institutionalized feature of federal election campaigns. In contrast to earlier debates, the 2009 edition had a number of peculiarities (e.g., for the first time, a female Christian Democratic incumbent stood for re-election). As we have analyzed debates ever since 2002, a rich body of data is available to compare the 2009 debate with earlier ones (available data: panel designs, data from real-time-response measurements). Using this data, we will focus on the following research questions: What were the defining moments of the debate as indicated by our real-time-responses? Who won the debate? What are the determinants of these perceptions? Did the debate have an impact on viewers’ political attitudes? Assuming that there are immediate effects – how stable are these over time?
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Maier, Juergen., Faas, Thorsten. and Otto, Lukas. "Yet Another Miniature Campaign: The 2009 Televised Debate" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Suntec City, Singapore, <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p403390_index.html>

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Maier, J. , Faas, T. and Otto, L. "Yet Another Miniature Campaign: The 2009 Televised Debate" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Suntec City, Singapore <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p403390_index.html

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Abstract: Given the fact that in the 2009 German national election a televised debate took place, televised debates have now become an institutionalized feature of federal election campaigns. In contrast to earlier debates, the 2009 edition had a number of peculiarities (e.g., for the first time, a female Christian Democratic incumbent stood for re-election). As we have analyzed debates ever since 2002, a rich body of data is available to compare the 2009 debate with earlier ones (available data: panel designs, data from real-time-response measurements). Using this data, we will focus on the following research questions: What were the defining moments of the debate as indicated by our real-time-responses? Who won the debate? What are the determinants of these perceptions? Did the debate have an impact on viewers’ political attitudes? Assuming that there are immediate effects – how stable are these over time?


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