Research Tools and Resources on Democratic Citizenship

These research tools have been developed by CSDC researchers.

Lexicoder

Lexicoder3 Lexicoder is a Java-based, multi-platform software for automated content analysis of text. Lexicoder was developed at by CSDC members, Lori Young and Stuart Soroka, and programmed by Mark Daku.

Visit their website for more information and research links.

All questions should be directed to: lsd@lexicoder.com

Vote Compass

EN_VoteCompass_OriginalThe Vote Compass is an interactive on-line tool developed to help voters become informed about different party platforms. The Vote Compass is run during election campaigns and allows voters to answer questions and learn how close their own views are to the candidate parties.

 

The Vote Compass is a non-partisan and a not-for-profit application.

Please visit the Vote Compass website and Facebook page.

 

Resources on Democratic Citizenship

Please consult the website of the Chief Electoral Officers for each province below:

Federal
Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Nunavut
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Yukon