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Martin Haselmayer researches negative communication in politics and the media and its effects on democratic competition. He and a colleague have created a sentiment lexicon to analyse "negative campaigning", for example in Austrian National Council elections. AUSSDA asked him about the results of his research.


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Claudia Hackl is managing a project by Austrian universities for facilitating Open Educational Resources. In this interview with AUSSDA, she explains the benefits of Open Science for society, from the perspective of university teaching.


2020...what a year! At AUSSDA a lot has happened, here is a little review.


For researchers at our partner universities, we have created a new option to publish datasets independently at the AUSSDA archive. Learn more about our Self-Deposit Service here!


Everyone is talking about Open Science – but how does it affect every one of us, and what does society gain from this opening of science? AUSSDA has asked four experts for a video interview to answer this question.

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