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RELEPAGI-  From Representation to Legitimacy? Political Parties and Interest Groups in Southern Europe

RELEPAGI  From Representation to Legitimacy? Political Parties and Interest Groups in Southern Europe – (PTDC/IVC­CPO/1864/2014), coordinated by the Universidade Nova de Lisboa/FCSH/IPRI-NOVA, funded by FCT – coordinator: Marco Lisi – ref. PTDC/IVC­CPO/1864/2014 ( Raquel RegoFilipa Raimundo Researcher Members)

The project’s main goal is to analyze the relationship between parties and interest groups using a comparative and longitudinal approach. Third-wave Southern European democracies (Greece, Portugal and Spain) will be used to address the following questions: How have political parties interacted with interest groups? What is the evolution of this linkage over time, in particular after the emergence of the recent economic crisis? Which factors can explain party-group interactions? How can we explain variation across different parties and countries? The empirical research is based on extensive data collection which includes not only the organizational dimension, but also an examination of leadership profile, as well as new data collected through a questionnaire to interest groups and elite interviews. The final aim is to assess potential causes of party-group linkages, considering sociological, institutional and actors’ strategy as the main explanatory factors.

OQD- Observatory of the Quality of Democracy

OQD- Observatory of the Quality of Democracy (coord. Marina Costa Lobo)

The Observatory of Quality of Democracy (OQD) is a permanent research program of the Institute of Social Sciences that promotes and organizes projects focused on the diverse characteristics, functioning and quality of democratic regimes.

Created in 2010, as the Barometer of Quality of Democracy, the OQD aspires to be a repository of relevant information on the issues surrounding democracy, in both Portugal and other Portuguese-speaking countries. In this sense, the OQD aims to be a space for the production and dissemination of knowledge and to become a reference at the national and international levels.

The objectives of the OQD are:

  • To conduct studies on the quality of democracy in Portugal and on issues related to representative institutions;
  • To establish itself as a reference program on the study and measurement of quality of democracy, both at the national and international levels;
  • To gather and disseminate relevant data and information on democracy in Portugal and the Portuguese-speaking African Countries (PALOPS);
  • To contribute to the production of knowledge regarding democracies in Portuguese-speaking countries.

IASPP- Infraestrutura das Atitudes Sociais e Políticas dos Portugueses

IASPP- Infraestrutura das Atitudes Sociais e Políticas dos Portugueses

A IASPP é uma infraestrutura de investigação com financiamento da Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT – Ref:RECI/IVC-SOC//0476/2012) focada em atitudes sociais e políticas em Portugal, numa perspectiva comparada a partir de inquéritos aplicados a amostras probabilísticas. Tendo por base projectos de reconhecido valor, tais como o European Social Survey (ESS) ou o Portuguese Election Studies (PES), a IASPP inclui os programas de investigação Atitudes Sociais dos Portugueses (ASP) e Atitudes Políticas dos Portugueses (APP). Recorrendo-se a uma abordagem interdisciplinar (contando, por exemplo, com sociólogos, cientistas políticos e psicólogos sociais) e a uma consolidada colaboração institucional entre ICS-UL, ISCTE-IUL, ISCSP-UL e parceiros internacionais, a IASPP visa: permitir à comunidade portuguesa das ciências sociais traçar e interpretar estabilidade e mudança nas atitudes sociais europeias; aumentar o rigor da pesquisa comparada; criar indicadores de evolução nacional, tendo em conta as percepções e julgamentos sobre aspectos sociais chave; formar investigadores em métodos quantitativos; aumentar a visibilidade de dados sobre mudança social entre académicos, agentes políticos e o público em geral.

MAPLE- (Measuring and Analysing European Politicization before and after the Eurozone Crisis)

MAPLE- (Measuring and Analysing European Politicization before and after the Eurozone Crisis)

Principal Investigator: Marina Costa Lobo

Team Members: Roberto PannicoSusana Rogeiro Nina; Yani Kartalis

MAPLE investigates the salience and polarisation of the European issue, in the media, during electoral campaigns, and in parliamentary debates. The combined analysis of these dimensions will allow us to build an Index of Politicisation of the EU (IPEU), which will provide an innovative, integrated yardstick to account for the level and timing of politicisation. The index will then be used to test hypothesis on what may cause changes in the politicisation of EU during national elections. Finally, we analyse the degree to which politicisation has had an impact on political attitudes and voting behaviour, and its consequences for domestic politics in Belgium, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain.

FUNDING

MAPLE is funded by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme (Grant Agreement nº682125) and is hosted at the Institute of Social Sciences (ICS) of the University of Lisbon, Portugal.

PASSDA- PRODUCTION AND ARCHIVE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE DATA

PASSDA- Production and Archive of Social Science Data (Jorge Vala -Chief Investigator & Marina Costa Lobo, Pedro Magalhães, Pedro Moura Ferreira, Alice Ramos- Team Members)

European institutions in the field of social sciences have already been formed in order to produce, archive, and disseminate data with methodological accuracy and theoretically grounded. Although not systematically, Portugal has been following this movement for the last 20 years. This new infrastructure (PASSDA) aims the production, analysis and archive of data in the context of national and international projects in the domain of the social sciences.

It is organised in two lines of action that correspond to two projects funded by FCT and recognised at the European level (APIS: PTDC/CS-­SOC/102059/2008 and IASPP: RECI/IVC-­SOC/0476/2012). Within the broad theme of political attitudes, a specific research line will focus on attitudes towards the Quality of Democracy in Portugal.
By proposing, now, a single infrastructure, we will be providing resources that contribute to the development and internationalisation of the Portuguese scientific community.

In what concerns the scope of data production, PASSDA intends to become a research infrastructure in social and political attitudes in a comparative perspective. It will integrate the two research projects that constitute the IASPP infrastructure (European Social Survey (ESS-­ERIC), and the Portuguese Election Studies) as well as, two international research networks where Portugal has been represented by ICS-­ULisboa for the last 15 years (EVS-­European Values Study and ISSP-­International Social Survey Programme). PASSDA will allow the Portuguese social science community to chart and interpret stability and change in social attitudes;; to improve the standards of cross-­national research;; to introduce soundly-­based indicators of national progress, based on citizens’ perceptions and judgements of key societal issues;; to train researchers in quantitative methods;; to improve the visibility of data on social change among academics, policy makers and the wider public;; to provide empirical evidence to the public debate and to the decision-­making process in the realm of public policies.
In what concerns the scope of data archive, the main objective of PASSDA is increase the use of data resulting from social research carried out in Portugal, in particular from probabilistic surveys. This will be done through the rigorous processing, preservation and dissemination of the collected databases, ensuring that they are reliable and can be openly and friendly used.
The existence of a data archive that ensures the long-­term preservation of research on the Portuguese society is a resource that preserves the scientific and cultural heritage of the social sciences.

Therefore, PASSDA will provide a consolidated basis for research among the 10 national research units that comprise the infrastructure, as well as other national and international partners, contributing also to the advancement of methodological knowledge and to the promotion of interdisciplinarity.

Start and End of Project:
2014 to 2019.

 

Our 2017 Publications

46 publications in total:

  • 15 journal articles
  • including 13 in Scopus journals
  • 12 WoS journals/
  • 5 in top 25% Scopus journals/
  • 4 in the Scopus top 10%
  • 2 in the WoS top 10%

24 chapters in edited volumes (including 14 in A-list publishers, including Brill, Sage, Oxford University Press, Palgrave, or Routledge).

Three books and two Special Issues

  • Articles:

Barrocas, J., Vieira-Santos, S., Paixão, R., Roberto, M. S., Pereira, C. R. (2017). The “inventory of father involvement-short form” among portuguese fathers: Psychometric properties and contribution to father involvement measurement. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 18 (2), 144-156. Doi:10.1037/men0000050.

Lobo, M. C. (2017). Personality Goes a Long Way. Government and Opposition, 53 (1),  159-179. Doi:10.1017/gov.2017.15. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28891 

Lobo, M. C., Silva, F. F. (2017). Prime ministers in the age of austerity: an increase in the personalisation of voting behaviour, West European Politics. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2017.1380354.

Lobo, MC, Magalhães, P. C., Santana-Pereira, J. et al. (2017). This time it’s different? Effects of the Eurovision Debate on young citizens’ and its consequence for EU democracy – evidence from a quasi-experiment in 24 countries, Journal of European Public Policy, Published online: 20 Jan 2017. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2016.1268643. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/26254

Magalhães, P. C (2017). A Tale of Two Elections: Information, Motivated Reasoning, and the Economy in the 2011 and 2015 Portuguese Elections, Análise Social 225 (LLI), 736-758. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/31811

Magalhães, P. C., Coroado, S., Garoupa, N. (2017). Judicial Behavior under Austerity: An Empirical Analysis of Behavioral Changes in the Portuguese Constitutional Court, 2002-2016, Journal of Law and Courts, 5 (2), 289–311.

Marques, J. M., Pinto, I. R., Campos, M., Marques, A. G., Aguiar, T., Cardoso, S. G. (2017). Popular Justice on Bullies: Attributions of Responsibility, Anger, and Ineffective Social Control as Fuel for Non-Normative Collective Action, Psicologia.

Marques, J., Pinto, I., M., Aguiar, T., Campos, M. (2017). Tolerance of effective ingroup deviants as a function of moral disengagement [Tolerancia de la disidencia efectiva de los miembros del endogrupo como función de la desconexión moral], Revista de Psicología Social 32 (3), 659-678, Doi: 10.1080/02134748.2017.1352169.

Pereira, C. R., Prioste, A., Narciso, I., Goncalves, M. M. (2017). Values’ family flow: associations between grandparents, parents and adolescent children. Journal of family studies, 23 (1), 98-117. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28377

Prioste, A., Fonseca, H., Pereira, C. R., Sousa, P., Gaspar, P., Do Céu Machado, M. (2017). Pathways between BMI and adherence to weight management in adolescence. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 29 (6). Doi: 10.1515/ijamh-2016-0018.

Rego, R. (2017). O associativismo sindical dos operadores de justiça. In M. L. Rodrigues, N. Garoupa, P. Magalhães, C. Gomes & R. G. Fonseca (Eds.), 40 Anos de Políticas de Justiça em Portugal (pp. 417-433). Coimbra: Almedina

Salgado, S., Frère, M.-S., Hohlfeldt, A., Milton, V. (2017). Introduction to the Special Issue: Journalism in Brazil and Africa: Cross-influences, Developments, and Perspectives, Brazilian Journalism Research. Journalism Theory, Research and Criticism, 13 (3), 8-11. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25200/BJR.v13n3.2017.1084. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/30736

Salgado, S., Van Aelst, P., Strömbäck, J., Aalberg, T., Esser, F., Vreese, C. de, Matthes, J., Hopmann, D., Hubé, N., Stępińska, A., Papathanassopoulos, S., Berganza, R., Legnante, G., Reinemann, C., Sheafer. T., Stanyer, J. (2017). Political communication in a high-choice media environment: a challenge for democracy?, Annals of the International Communication Association, 41 (1), 3-27. DOI: 10.1080/23808985.2017.1288551. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/27243

Sanches, E. R., Razzuoli, I., Lisi, M., Espírito Santo, P. (2017). Intra-party democracy from members’ viewpoint: the case of left-wing parties in Portugal. Acta Politica, Published online 17 July 2017. Doi: 10.1057/s41269-017-0057-x. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28417

Vala, J., Gouveia-Pereira, M., Correia, I. (2017). Teachers’ legitimacy: Effects of justice perception and social comparison processes. British Journal of Educational Psychology 87 (1), 1-15. Doi: 10.1111/bjep.12131. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/25465

Vala, J., Lopes, D., Oberlé, D. (2017). Differential impact of independent and interdependent views of the self on the use of consensus and heterogeneity information: The case of validity of groups’ decisions. Social Science Information [Information sur les sciences sociales], 56 (3), 434-453. Doi: 10.1177/0539018417714682. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28191

  •  Books:

Lobo, M. C. (Ed.) (2017). A Constituição Portuguesa em Fluxo: uma perspectiva comparada 1976-2016. Lisboa: Assembleia da República, 205 pp. ISBN: 9789725566831. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/31634

Magalhães, P. C., Rodrigues, M. L., Garoupa, N., Gomes, C., Fonseca, R. G. (Orgs.) (2017). 40 anos de políticas de justiça em Portugal, 1000 pp. Coimbra: Almedina. 978-972-406-866-4. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/26423

Pinto, I. R, Marques, J. M., Aguiar, T., Campos, M., Dias, C., Marques, A. (2017). Reação social: Efeitos sobre o reforço identitário vs anomia. Porto: LivPsic.

  •  Book chapters:

 

Fazendeiro, J. (2017). O declínio da filiação partidária em Portugal: respostas e estratégias das lideranças partidárias. In Marco Lisi, Paula do Espírito Santo (Eds.), Militantes e ativismo nos partidos políticos: Portugal em perspectiva comparada, pp. 69-97. Lisboa: ICS. Imprensa de Ciências Sociais. ISBN 978-972-671-395-1. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28642

Lobo, M. B., Lewis-Beck, M. (2017). Economic Voting in Ordinary and Extraordinary Times. In Kai Arzheimer, Jocelyn Evans, Michael Lewis-Beck (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Electoral Behaviour, pp. 606-631. London: Sage. ISBN: 978-1-4739-1315-8.

Lobo, M. C.  (2017). O semipresidencialismo na crise europeia, 1990-2016. In idem (Ed.), A Constituição Portuguesa em Fluxo: uma perspectiva comparada 1976-2016, pp. 145-158. Lisboa: Assembleia da República. ISBN: 9789725566831. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/31635

Lobo, M. C., Razzuoli, I. (2017). Party Finance and Perceived Party Responsiveness. In Paul Webb, Susan Scarrow, Thomas Poguntke (Eds.), Organizing Political Parties, pp. 187-208. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 978-0-19-875-863-1.

Magalhães, P. C. (2017). A justiça na opinião pública. In Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues, Nuno Garoupa, Pedro Magalhães, Conceição Gomes e Rui Guerra da Fonseca (Orgs.), 40 Anos de Políticas de Justiça em Portugal, pp. 659-672. Coimbra: Almedina. ISBN 978-972-406-866-4. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/26424

Magalhães, P. C. (2017). Bailout Countries and Others in 2014: Austerity and Government Defection. In Julie Hassing Nielsen, Mark N. Franklin (Eds.), The Eurosceptic 2014 European Parliament Elections. Second Order or Second Rate?, pp. 197-222. London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 978-1-137-58695-7. Link permanente:

Magalhães, P. C. (2017). Economic Outcomes, Quality of Governance, and Satisfaction with Democracy. In Carolien van Ham, Jacques Thomassen, Kees Aarts, Rudy Andeweg (Eds.), Myth and Reality of the Legitimacy Crisis: Explaining Trends and Cross-National Differences in Established Democracies, pp. 156-171. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198793717. Link permanente:

Magalhães, P. C. (2017). O apoio à integração europeia em Portugal: dimensões e tendências. In Nuno Severiano Teixeira, António Costa Pinto (2017), A europeização da democracia portuguesa, pp. 203-222. Lisboa: ICS. Imprensa de Ciências Sociais. ISBN 978-972-671-396-8. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28647

Magalhães, P. C., Rodrigues, M. L., Garoupa, N., Gomes, C., Fonseca, R. G. (2017). O sistema de justiça da democracia: quatro décadas de políticas públicas. In Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues, Nuno Garoupa, Pedro Magalhães, Conceição Gomes e Rui Guerra da Fonseca (Orgs.), 40 anos de políticas de justiça em Portugal, pp. 17-42. Coimbra: Almedina. 978-972-406-866-4. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/26423

Pereira, J. S., Freire, André (2017). Integração europeia e alinhamentos partidários: o caso português como exemplo para as novas democracias do Leste europeu. In Nuno Severiano Teixeira, António Costa Pinto (2017), A europeização da democracia portuguesa, pp. 147-178. Lisboa: ICS. Imprensa de Ciências Sociais. ISBN 978-972-671-396-8

Razzuoli, I. (2017). I partiti politici portoghesi e la democrazia intra-partitica. In Annarita Gori, Guya Accornero, Daniele Serapiglia (Eds.), Percorsi. Scienze sociali tra Italia e Portogallo, pp. 101-114. Roma: BraDypUS Communicating Cultural Heritage. ISBN 978-88-9839-253-7. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28074

Salgado, S. (2017). Histories of the Internet and Political Communication in Lusophone Africa. In G. Goggin and M. McLelland (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Global Internet Histories, pp. 490-504. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-1138812161. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/27129  

Salgado, S. Stanyer, J., Stromback, J. (2017). Populist actors as communicators or political actors as populist communicators: cross-national findings and perspectives. In T. Aalberg et al. (Eds.), Populist Political Communication in Europe. Routledge Research in Communication Studies, pp. 353-364. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-65480-8. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/24598

Salgado, S., De Vreese, C., Reinemann, C., Esser, F., Hopmann, N., Aaberg, T., Van Aelst, Strömbäck, J. et al. (2017). Conclusion: assessing news performance. In C. de Vreese, F. Esser, D. Hopmann (Eds.), Comparing Political Journalism, pp. 168-182. London and New York: Routledge ISBN: 978-1-138-65585-0. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/24753

Salgado, S., Esser, F., De Vreese, C., Hopmann, N., Aaberg, T., Van Aelst, P., Berganza, R., Strömbäck, J. et al. (2017). The explanatory logic: factors that shape political news. In C. de Vreese, F. Esser, D. Hopmann (Eds.), Comparing Political Journalism, pp. 22-32. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-65585-0. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/24744

Salgado, S., Hopmann, D., Van Aelst, P., Legnante, G. (2017). Political Balance. In C. de Vreese, F. Esser, D. Hopmann (Eds.), Comparing Political Journalism, pp. 92-111. London and New York: Routledge ISBN: 978-1-138-65585-0. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/24746

Salgado, S., Hopmann, N., Esser, F., De Vreese, C., Aaberg, T., Van Aelst, P., Berganza, R., Strömbäck, J. et al. (2017). How we did it: approach and methods. In C. de Vreese, F. Esser, D. Hopmann (Eds.), Comparing Political Journalism, pp. 10-21. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-65585-0. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/24743

Salgado, S., Reinemann, C., Scherr, S., Stanyer, J., Aaberg, T., Van Aelst, P., Berganza, R., De Vreese, C. et al. (2017). Cross-conceptual architecture of news. In C. de Vreese, F. Esser, D. Hopmann (Eds.), Comparing Political Journalism, pp. 150-167. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-65585-0. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/24751

Salgado, S., Strömbäck, J., Aalberg, T., Esser, F. (2017). Interpretive Journalism. In C. de Vreese, F. Esser, D. Hopmann (Eds.), Comparing Political Journalism, pp. 50-70. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-65585-0. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/24745

Sanches, E. R. (2017). Construindo uma democracia de partidos: Cabo Verde e São Tomé e Príncipe em perspectiva comparada (1991-2016). In Maria Paula Araújo, António Costa Pinto (Eds.), Democratização, memória e justiça de transição nos países lusófonos. Conexões Lusófonas – Vol. 1, pp. 164-194. Rio de Janeiro: Recife, PE: EDUPE. ISBN 978-85-7856-179-6. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28069

Sanches, E. R. (2017). Os sistemas partidários em perspetiva comparada. In Tiago Fernandes (Ed.), Variedades de Democracia na Europa do Sul, 1968-2016: Uma Comparação entre Espanha, França, Grécia, Itália e Portugal, pp. 127-163. Lisboa: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais. ISBN: 978-972-671-452-1 Link permanente: http://repositorio.ul.pt/handle/10451/30738.

Sanches, E. R. (2017). Zambia. In Jon Abbink, Sebastian Elischer, Andreas Mehler, Henning Melber (Eds.), Africa Yearbook, Volume 13. Politics, Economy and Society South of the Sahara in 2016, pp. 507-514. Leiden: Brill. ISBN: 9789004355903.

Sanches, E. R., Razzuoli, I. (2017). A democracia intrapartidária em Portugal: uma análise comparada das percepções dos filiados do BE, CDS-PP, LIVRE, PS e PSD. In Marco Lisi, Paula do Espírito Santo (Eds.), Militantes e ativismo nos partidos políticos: Portugal em perspectiva comparada, pp. 187-212. Lisboa: ICS. Imprensa de Ciências Sociais. ISBN 978-972-671-395-1. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28641

Vala, J., Butera, F., Vernet, J.P. (2017). Influencing People’s (Negative) Attitudes Towards Active Minorities: The Case of Feminist Movements. In S. Papastamou, A. Gardikiotis, G. Prodromitis (Eds.), Majority and Minority Influence: Societal Meaning and Cognitive Elaboration, pp. 158-172. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-95494-6. Link permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/28463

  • Journal special issues:

Ramos, A., Heath, A., Davidov, E., Ford, R., Green, E. G. T., Schmidt, P. (Orgs.) (2017). Special Issue ‘Attitudes toward immigration: Findings from the immigration module in the European Social Survey 2014-15’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Salgado, S., Frère, M.-S., Hohlfeldt, A., Milton, V. (Eds.) (2017). Special Issue ‘Journalism in Brazil and Africa: Cross-influences, Developments, and Perspectives’, Brazilian Journalism Research. Journalism Theory, Research and Criticism, 13 (3). Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/30725