Maud Reveilhac

Maud Reveilhac
University of Lausanne | UNIL · Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (SSP)

PhD Student

About

13
Publications
3,688
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
20
Citations
Introduction

Publications

Publications (13)
Article
Full-text available
Ce Cahier s’interroge sur le succès électoral des partis populistes en Europe et développe une approche comparative de ce phénomène au niveau individuel, c’est-à-dire du point de vue des électeurs. Après une introduction traçant les contours de l’offre populiste, les chapitres suivants se penchent sur la demande des partis populistes. En substance,...
Technical Report
Full-text available
This FORS guide discusses the effect of incentives on survey completion/response rate, sample composition, and response quality. The guide particularly emphasizes the effects of different types of incentives-conditional vs. unconditional, monetary vs. non-monetary-for encouraging survey participation and reducing panel survey attrition in the Swiss...
Article
Full-text available
Relying on the 2013 and 2016 rounds of individual questionnaires from the Swiss Household Panel (SHP), we use multiple correspondence analysis to map Swiss media consumption practices while making use of the longitudinal character of panel data in an innovative way. Our results show that individual practices can be distinguished along two main dime...
Article
Full-text available
Drawing upon the social psychology concept of identity entrepreneurs (Haslam et al., 2010), we develop a feedback model between politicians and the public that strongly emphasizes the circumstances in which public opinion may facilitate populist discursive elements and politics. We thus consider the success of populism as neither inherently driven...
Article
Notwithstanding growing research on how using social media for political campaigning impacts politicians' chances of winning votes, we still have limited knowledge about whether and how the use of social media and online styles of communication affect political success over successive legislatures. We address this deficit by analyzing a panel datas...
Article
Full-text available
Social media platforms constitute an indispensable tool for social movements to mobilise public opinion to promote social change. To date, however, little is known about the extent to which activist and political claims formulated on social media echo what the general public thinks about gender equality. This is especially important given that soci...
Article
Full-text available
Social media have increasingly been used by political bodies and experts to disseminate health information to the public. However, we still know little about how the communication of these actors on social media is received by other users and how it reflects trends in public trust. We examined social media dynamics in the communication of informati...
Article
Drawing from recent advances in the field of health sociology, our study highlights topics and framings of health technologies (HT) diffused online by more than 4,000 identified actors actively involved in HT discussions on Twitter. Adopting an exploratory approach, we distinguish between health institutions, specialists, and advocates, and we asse...
Article
Full-text available
In this article, we review existing research on the complementarity of social media data and survey data for the study of public opinion. We start by situating our review in the extensive literature (N = 187) about the uses, challenges, and frameworks related to the use of social media for studying public opinion. Based on 187 relevant articles (14...
Article
Automated text analysis methods have made it possible to classify large corpora of text by measures such as frames and tonality, with a growing popularity in social, political and psychological science. These methods often demand a training dataset of sufficient size to generate accurate models that can be applied to unseen texts. In practice, howe...
Article
Cette étude de cas illustre la façon dont la Fédération suisse de patinage (SIS) a progressivement intégré la politique de formation édictée par le gouvernement via l’organisation faîtière du sport, Swiss Olympic . Prenant appui sur la littérature relative à la professionnalisation et l’autorégulation des fédérations face aux injonctions gouverneme...

Network

Cited By