How the second election campaign in a month got started
[5:51 PM] Kelly Kiki The first inklings of the political leaders' rhetorical strategy during the new campaign period: what they are keeping from the previous election period and what is changing
The party leaders’ political discourse before 21 May
The political leaders’ speeches in the days leading up to the ballot box and the main conclusions we can draw about the political discourse employed during the just-ended election period.
The political speech of the six leaders during the election campaign’s peak
Which political leaders talk more about their agenda, which ones devote themselves to criticising their opponents, which individual issues complement the established topics and whether political discourse escalates just before the ballots.
The election speech of the political leaders in the first week of May
The elections month started with the prime minister's strategic programmatic, proclamatory discourse, the strengthening of the fundamental issues addressed by each political leader, a slight increase in the discourse formats and absence of a typical populist discourse strategy.
Detecting polarization in the pre-election political discourse in Greece
Differentiating competition, division and polarisation in political discourse.
The political discourse in the first ten days of the election period
What issues did the political leaders focus on at the beginning of the official election period, what is the prevailing emotional climate and to what extent can polarisation and populism be detected in their discourse?
Populism in pre-election political discourse in Greece
Populism is not equivalent to politicians' falsehoods, promises, or deceitfulness. It is not synonymous with demagoguery, propaganda, or manipulation.
The slow death of open data in Greece
What led to the transition from innovative transparency to the "sealing off" of data during the pandemic?
The Greek wiretapping scandal on Twitter: The course of the conversation, polarization and the role of the media
iMEdD Lab and Datalab present a research collaboration analyzing the the conversation about the wiretapping scandal on Twitter.
The poorest countries around the world are also highly dependent on wheat imports from Ukraine and Russia
Food insecurity is increasing as a result of historically high food inflation, export restrictions and the dependence of many countries on basic foodstuff imports from Ukraine and Russia. What do the data suggest about the global imports and exports of foodstuffs and fertilizers.