Professor

Kim Strandberg

Academy Research Fellow, Social Science Research Institute
Email: kim.strandberg@abo.fi
Mobile: +358-469216595
Phone: +358-6-3247456


Peer-reviewed publications

A1 Journal article (refereed)
Do discussions in like-minded groups necessarily lead to more extreme opinions?: Deliberative democracy and group polarization (2019)
Kim Strandberg, Staffan Himmelroos, Kimmo Grönlund
International Political Science Review
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A3 Book section, Chapters in research books
"Personalization online: the effects of online campaigns by party leaders on images of party leaders held by voters: (2019)
Tom Carlson, Kim Strandberg, Göran Djupsund
IGI Publishing
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A3 Book section, Chapters in research books
Poliittiset skandaalit ja lyhyen aikavälin vaihtelut poliittisessa luottamuksessa: (2019)
Kim Strandberg
Valtiovarainministeriö
A1 Journal article (refereed)
When reality strikes: Opinion changes among citizens and politicians during a deliberation on school closures (2019)
Kim Strandberg, Janne Berg
International Political Science Review
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C2 Edited book
Voting and Public Opinion in Finland: The Finnish Parliamentary Election of 2019 (2019)
Kimmo Grönlund, Kim Strandberg, Henrik Serup Christensen, Peter Söderlund, Aleksi Suuronen, Lauri Rapeli, Maria Bäck, Thomas Karv
A1 Journal article (refereed)
A Participatory Personality? Examining the Influence of Personality Traits on Political Participation (2018)
Marina Lindell, Kim Strandberg
Scandinavian Political Studies
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A3 Book section, Chapters in research books
Online Deliberation: – An overview of the central aspects of a growing research field (2018)
Kim Strandberg, Kimmo Grönlund
Oxford University Press
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A1 Journal article (refereed)
Samtal om svenskan:: hur diskussionsregler med moderering motverkar gruppolarisering i likasinnade grupper, (2018)
Marina Lindell, Kim Strandberg, Staffan Himmelroos, Kimmo Grönlund
Politiikka
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A1 Journal article (refereed)
Citizens’ Emotional and Cognitive Responses to Focusing Events - An Experimental Study (2015)
Jenny Lindholm, Tom Carlson, Göran Djupsund, Joachim Högväg, Kim Strandberg
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters
A3 Book section, Chapters in research books
Do Web Campaigns by Party Leaders Enhance the Images of Party Leaders Held by Voters?: Experimental Evidence from Finland (2014)
Carlson T, Djupsund G, Strandberg K
IGI Publishing
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A3 Book section, Chapters in research books
Online deliberation (2014)
Kim Strandberg, Kimmo Grönlund
ECPR Press
A3 Book section, Chapters in research books
Online panels and validity – Representativeness and attrition in the Finnish eopinion panel (2014)
Kimmo Grönlund, Kim Strandberg
John Wiley & Sons
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A1 Journal article (refereed)
Taking Risks in Social Media Campaigning: The Early Adoption of Blogging by Candidates (2014)
Tom Carlson,* Göran Djupsund, Kim Strandberg
Scandinavian Political Studies
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A1 Journal article (refereed)
Online Newspapers’ Readers’ Comments - Democratic Conversation Platforms or Virtual Soapboxes? (2013)
Kim Strandberg, Janne Berg
Comunicação e Sociedade
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A3 Book section, Chapters in research books
The rise of web campaigning in Finland (2012)
Tom Carlson, Kim Strandberg
Cambridge University Press
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A1 Journal article (refereed)
Riding the Web 2.0 Wave: Candidates on YouTube in the 2007 Finnish National Elections (2008)
Tom Carlson, Kim Strandberg
Journal of Information Technology and Politics
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A3 Book section, Chapters in research books
Finland: the European Parliament Election in a Candidate-Centered Electoral System (2007)
Carlson T, Strandberg K
Routledge
A1 Journal article (refereed)
The 2004 European parliament election on the web: Finnish actor strategies and voter responses (2005)
Tom Carlson, Kim Strandberg
Information Polity


Other publications

B2 Book section
Did following the election campaign educate or confuse voters? (2019)
Lauri Rapeli, Kim Strandberg
D2 Article in a professional book
The European elections 2019 in Finland - not even a second-order election (2019)
Kim Strandberg, Thomas Karv
DEMICOM-report


Other Research Activities


Last updated on 2019-01-10 at 15:53