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  1. Bisgaard, Martin

    Elections and voters (Political Psychology), Ideology and attitudes (Public Opinion Formation), Quantitative Methods

    • Bor, Alexander

      Ideology and attitudes (Candidate evaluation, Political Hostility, Political Psychology), Quantitative Methods (Experimental methods), [Statistik] (Causal inference)

      • Green-Pedersen, Christoffer

        Democracy and power (Agenda-setting and theories of public policy, Mass media and politicians, Party systems and party competi), Practical politics, Welfare state (Pension systems and pension politics, Politicians and the welfare state)

        • Guirguis, Laure

          Identity (identity politics), Ideology and attitudes, Nationalism, Political history (Middle East, transnational history), Power and politics (Marxism, New Left, Revolution, Social Movements), The state, Violence

          • Hansen, Brian Benjamin

            Attitudes and Politics, Language philosophy, Metaphysics and Ontology, Philosophers ("Enjoyment", Alain Badiou, French Philosophy, Jacques Derrida, Jacques Lacan, Psychoanalysis, Radical Philosophy, Slavoj Žižek, Slovenian Philosophy, Structuralism), The aesthetic in the modern world, Theory and Analysis of Culture

            • Hansen, Hans Lauge

              Conflict, Contemporary art, Cultural theory (Cultural Memory), Historiography of literature (Spanish Historical novel), Human rights, Ideology and attitudes, Literary epochs (Spanish literature in the 1920'ies and after 2000), Literary genres (The spanish novel after 2000), Meeting of cultures, Modernity (Cultural identities), Spain (Civil War and Postwar, Transition to Democracy), Visual art (Spanish Vanguard in the 20'ies)

              • Ifversen, Jan

                Concept of Culture, Corpus linguistics (discourse analysis), Critique of civilisation (starting with Rousseau) (barbarianism, The history of the concept of civilization), Culture and Society, Democracy and Citizens, Globalisation (transnational movements), History of mentalities (the history of the concept of Europe), Identity (European identity), Ideology and attitudes (European ideologies), Intellectual history of the nation and welfare state, Meeting of cultures (Europe and its others, theories on cultural encounters), Nationalism (The conceptual history of nationalism), Philosophers, Political history (The history of European democracy), Structuralism (discourse theory), Theories of democracy

                • Jensen, Uffe Juul

                  Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art, Ideology and attitudes, Perceptions of illness (Concepts of disease and of health), Philosophy of natural science (Evidence, Evidence based practice, Philosophy of medicine, Science and politics, Science and society, Science and the humanities), Philosophy/history of health (Development of practices, Good life), Welfare state (Theories of welfare and welfare state)

                  • Johannsen, Lars

                    Baltic states (corruption, political development), Concept of democracy (corruption, Presidentialism), Development of states (authoritarian rule, Corruption, Democratization), Ideology and attitudes, International organisations, Soviet Union (Baltic states, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine), The EU and Europe (enlargement, State capacity), Yugoslavia (Slovenia)

                    • Larsen, John Møller

                      Arabic (Classical Arabic, Paleography), Aramaic (Nabataean, Syriac), Islam (Islamism, Qur'anic exegesis, Sayyid Qutb), Middle East in general, Religion and politics (Political Islam), Religious movements (Islamist movements), World literature (Classical Arabic literature)

                      • Laustsen, Carsten Bagge

                        Conflict (Terrorism and the fight against terrorism), Critical theory (Poststructuralism), Ideology and attitudes (Political ideologies and ideology analysis), Power and politics (the political theory of power), Religion and politics (Relgion and the politics of security), Violence (Violence in war)

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