Program for The Norwegian Citizen Panel Conference. Bergen, November 6-7, 2014.
Thursday November 6
8:45 Coffee and registration
Diana Mutz Extending the Potential of Survey Experiments.
Jon Krosnick Exploring the Origins of Beliefs about Climate Change: Experimental Studies Embedded in National Surveys of the U.S
11:15 Coffee Break
11:45-12:45 Paper presentations, parallel sessions
Stefan Dahlberg and Jonas Linde The dynamics of the winner-loser gap in political support: The case of Sweden
Rune Stubager: The meaning of issue ownership
Peter D. Howe, Matto Mildenberger, and Anthony Leiserowitz Perceptions of seasonal climate and climate change in Norway: evidence for motivated reasoning
Werner Sævland, Katrine Nødtvedt, Gisela Böhm, Ann Bostrom, Robert O’Connor, and Daniel Hanss
How versus why: Do climate change perceptions depend on the question asked?
14:00 Paper presentations, parallel sessions
Elias Naumann and Lukas Stötzer The effect of immigration on support for redistribution re-examined: survey experiments in three European countries
Lise Bjånesøy and Elisabeth Ivarsflaten Target groups and welfare support: The case of Norway
Sveinung Arnesen The legitimacy of collective decisions: Results from a real-money experiment in a general population survey
Sigve Tjøtta Property as a moral convention to solve coordination problem
15:00 Paper presentations, parallel sessions
Scott Blinder, Robert Ford, and Elisabeth Ivarsflaten Causes of opposition to Muslim schools in the UK, Sweden, and Norway: Three message-messenger experiments
Cornelius Cappelen, Elisabeth Ivarsflaten, Tor Midtbø, Yvette Peters Right-wing extremism: an experimental approach
Endre Tvinnereim and Kjersti Fløttum Who says what about climate change? Quantitative analysis of open-ended answers from the Norwegian Citizen Panel round 1
Kjersti Fløttum, Vegard Rivenes, and Trine Dahl What do young Norwegians think of climate change and the future? Findings from a climate concerned and oil rich nation
16:00 Coffee break
16:15 Plenary presentation:
Marcel Das Innovation in online data collection for scientific research: the Dutch LISS panel.
Friday November 7
Rune Stubager Paradoxes of Liberal Democracy: Islam, Western Europe, and the Danish Cartoon Crisis
10:15 Paper presentations
Johannes Bergh Is voting a habit? An analysis of the effects of the Norwegian voting-age trial
Asle Høgestøl and Øivind Skjervheim Experience from the recruitment of respondents to the Norwegian Citizen Panel
Erik Knudsen Political Rhetoric, Motivated Reasoning and Public Opinion
Paul Sniderman Preference Reversals and the Role of Reason in Political Choice