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Sarah Dingler, BA, MA PhD Fellow in Comparative Politics
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Sarah Dingler is a PhD fellow in comparative politics at the University of Salzburg since March 2015. She obtained a Master's degree in European Affairs from Sciences Po Paris. In her Master's thesis, she analyzed modernization tendencies of far-right parties and the role of women at different hierarchy levels of far-right parties. She completed a Bachelor's program in European Studies at the Otto-von-Guericke University in Magdeburg and the Linguistic University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. The core of her research interest constitute the analysis of political institutions and the consequences of electoral systems on different political dimensions such as representation, the overall quality of democracy and the party system. Currently, she participates in two research projects dealing with these issues.

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