New research

2013.01.04 | Religion and theology, Society and politics, Research news

New EU report investigates tolerance dilemmas in primary and lower secondary schools

The Department of Political Science and Government, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, is contributing to the most recent report for the EU project 'ACCEPT PLURALISM' with a study which is to identify the limits of tolerance in European primary and lower secondary schools.

2012.11.02 | Research news

Size of biceps influences men's political attitudes

Physically strong men are more likely to act in their own financial self-interest than physically weaker men when it comes to redistribution of wealth. This is the finding of new, extensive study by Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences.

2012.10.30 | Research news, Society and politics, Staff, Public/media, Students, Alumni

Democracy and Democratization in Comparative Perspective - Conceptions, Conjunctures, Causes, and Consequences

New book by Jørgen Møller and Svend-Erik Skaaning, Department of Political Science and Government.

2012.10.30 | Research news

Mancur Olson

New book by Gert Tinggaard Svendsen, Department of Political Science (in Danish).

2012.10.25 | Research news, Society and politics, Public/media, Students, Staff, Alumni, Future students

Aaron Wildavsky

New book by Peter Bjerre Mortensen and Søren Serritzlew, Department of Political Science and Government (in Danish).

2012.10.18 | Research news

Democracy, Elections and Political Parties

Festschrift for professor Jørgen Elklit on the occasion of his 40th anniversary at the Department of Political Science and Government. The work contains contributions by 32 prominent Danish and international researcher colleagues and collaborators.

2012.10.12 | Research news, Society and politics, Religion and theology

The Making of a German Salafiyya - The Emergence, Development and Missionary Work of Salafi Movements in Germany

New book by Nina Wiedl - Published by the Centre for Studies in Islamism og Radicalisation (CIR), Department of Political Science and Government

2012.10.03 | Research news

22st CESAU Newsletter - Oktober 2012

The Centre for Sociological Studies at Aarhus University (CESAU) has put out Newsletter no. 22. From the contents: Research seminar: Sandbjerg 2013

2012.10.04 | Research news

Two new talented research directors

The Sapere Aude career programme under the Danish Council for Independent Research has appointed Anne Rasmussen and Svend-Erik Skaaning from Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences, Department of Political Science and Government as research directors.

2012.09.10 | Research news, Society and politics

Who is entitled to social welfare?

New research compares the views of Danes and Americans on who is entitled to social welfare. Surprising similarities between the two nations have been detected.

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