Dr. Carl Berning

Carl BerningGeorg Forster-Gebäude
Jakob-Welder-Weg 12
D-55099 Mainz

Room: 04-448

Phone: 06131-39-27108
Email: berning@politik.uni-mainz.de


Office hours: Wednesday 10:00 - 11:00h, registration via E-Mail.

Here you can find information about my current courses (German).


Selected publications:

Shamon, Hawal, Carl C Berning (forthcoming): Attention Check Items and Instructions in Online Surveys: Boon or Bane for Data Quality?" Survey Research Methods.

Mayer, Sabrina J, Carl C Berning & David Johann (forthcoming): The Two Dimensions of Narcissistic Personality and Support for the Radical Right: The Role of Right-wing Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation and Anti-immigrant Sentiment. European Journal of Personality. DOI: 10.1002/per.2228.

Arzheimer, K.and Berning, C. C. (2019). How the Alternative for Germany (AfD) and their voters veered to the radical right, 2013-2017. Electoral Studies 60.

Ziller, C. and Berning, C. C. (2019). Personality Traits and Public Support of Minoritiy Rights. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Online first. doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2019.1617123.

Berning, C. C., Lubbers, M., and Schlueter, E. (2019). Media Attention and Radical Right-Wing Populist Party Sympathy: Longitudinal Evidence from the Netherlands. International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (1): 93–120.

Berning, C. C. and Ziller, C. (2016). Social Trust and Radical Right-Wing Populist Party Preferences. Acta Politica, advance online publication 18.March 2016, doi: 10.1057/ap.2015.28.

Berning, C. C. (2016). Contextual perceived group threat and radical right-wing populist party preferences: Evidence from Switzerland. Research & Politics 3 (1).

Berning, C. C. and Schlueter, E. (2016). The dynamics of radical right-wing populist party preferences and perceived group threat: A comparative panel analysis of three competing hypotheses in the Netherlands and Germany, Social Science Research 55, 83-93.

Berning, C. C., Weiß, B. (2016). Publication bias in the German social sciences: an application of the caliper test to three top-tier German social science journals, Quality & Quantity 50 (2), 901-917.