Dietlind Stolle




McGill University

Département de science politique
Addresse: 855 Sherbrooke West
Tel: 514 398 4400, ext 089513
Fax: 514 398 1770
Courrier: dietlind.stolle@mcgill.ca
Twitter URL: DietlindS







Recherche
Dietlind Stolle est professeure au Département de science politique de l'Université McGill. Elle explore la mobilisation, la participation et les connaissances politiques ainsi que le capital social, les préjugés ethniques et raciaux et les effets de la diversité ethnique. Elle est chercheure principale de l'Étude électorale canadienne. Ses recherches quantitatives portent entre autres sur la mobilisation des jeunes et leur participation sur Facebook, l'incidence de la grossesse sur le comportement politique, l'effet de la diversité religieuse dans onze pays et les attitudes à l'égard des réfugiés en Allemagne. Elle est directrice du Centre pour l'étude de la citoyenneté démocratique.



Axes de recherche
Axe 1 : Apprendre la citoyenneté démocratique dans un monde inégal - Cet axe se concentre sur l’acquisition de valeurs, d’attitudes et de comportements qui contribuent à une citoyenneté démocratique dynamique. La démocratie repose fondamentalement sur le principe de l’égalité politique, mais dans la pratique, le désavantage économique et social se traduit par un accès inégal au pouvoir politique et à la prise de décision (Schlozman et al 2012). L’inégalité a de profondes implications pour l’inclusion, la réactivité et, en fin de compte, la légitimité même de notre système démocratique. L’inégalité croissante détruit les fondements de la démocratie, entraînant une polarisation politique accrue et une désaffection de la politique (Kwon 2015). Plus que jamais, les démocraties efficaces exigent des citoyens engagés, responsables et bien informés. Comprendre les facteurs qui influent sur le développement de ce type de citoyenneté démocratique active est un objectif clé de l’axe 1.

Axe 2 : Pratiquer la citoyenneté dans un monde de scepticisme - The practice of democratic citizenship is undergoing a multifaceted transition. There are fundamental changes in conceptions of democratic citizenship and in its practice as well as the targets of citizen action. Scepticism about representative democracy as a system of governance is growing and citizens across established democracies are withdrawing from politics. Their perception about the political world is impacted by transformations in the news media practices and by online content, including social media. Voting and party politics have been the basis of conventional interpretations of citizenship, but there is ample evidence that this conception is much too limited. New forms of communication are providing citizens with novel ways to gather information and to engage in politics.

Axe 3 : Représenter et gouverner les citoyens dans des temps critiques - After learning and practicing democratic citizenship, the next critical steps are representation and governance. Democratic institutions are key elements. They shape the norms and incentives for active citizenship and they link citizens and their representatives in ways that foster accountability, legitimacy and representation. In Québec and Canada, as well as in other countries, confidence of citizens toward the institutions is low, as many dislike the way that members of parliaments behave and consider that politicians don’t honour their promises, hence various political endeavours to reform these institutions. Research on this axis will focus on the role of electoral systems, parliaments, parliamentary debates, and political parties.


Cours
- Research Seminar in Canadian and Comparative Politics



Étudiants
Aengus Bridgman, PhD
(Start: 2016)


Colin Scott, PhD
(Start: 2015)


Daniel St. Germaine, MA
(Start: 2018)

Olivier Jacques, PhD
(Start: 2015)



Chercheurs post-doctoraux
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Publications
Social Capital
Journal: Oxford Handbook of Political Behavior
Année: 2007
Première Page: 655
Dernière Page: 674
Endroit: New York


The Gender Gap Reversed
Journal: Gender and Social Capital
Année: 2005
Première Page: 45
Dernière Page: 72


Why Become a Political Consumer?
Journal: Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen
Volume: 4
Année: 2005
Première Page: 1
Dernière Page: 14


Politics in the Super-Market-- Political Consumerism as a Form of Political Participation
Journal: International Review of Political Science
Volume: 26
Numéro: 3
Année: 2005
Première Page: 245
Dernière Page: 269


Inaccurate, Exceptional, One-Sided or Irrelevant? The Debate About the Alleged Decline of Social Capital and Civic Engagement in Western Societies
Journal: British Journal of Political Science
Volume: 35
Numéro: 1
Année: 2005
Première Page: 149
Dernière Page: 167


Institutionelle Grundlagen des Sozialkapitals
Journal: Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie
Année: 2007


Youth Civic Engagement in Canada: Implications for Public Policy, Social Capital in Action: Thematic Policy Studies. Policy Research Initiative
Année: 2005


Boosting Women's Political Resources: The Power of Women's Social Networks. Final Report of Research Findings, Status of Women
Année: 2006


When Does Diversity Erode Trust? Neighbourhood Diversity, Interpersonal Trust, and Mediating Effect of Social Interactions
Journal: Political Studies
Volume: 56
Numéro: 1
Année: 2008
Première Page: 57
Dernière Page: 75


Why become a political consumer? (German Language)
Journal: Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen
Volume: 4
Année: 2005
Première Page: 1
Dernière Page: 14


What do women really know?
Journal: Perspectives on Politics
Volume: 8
Année: 2010
Première Page: 93
Dernière Page: 109


Shifting Inequalities
Journal: European Societies
Volume: 13
Numéro: 1
Année: 2011
Première Page: 1
Dernière Page: 24


Ethnic-Cultural Diversity, Migrant Integration Policies and Social Cohesion in Europe: Analyzing the Conditional Effect of Ethnic-Cultural Diversity on Generalized Trust.
Journal: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Année: 2010


Trusting others - how parents shape the generalized trust of their children
Journal: Comparative Sociology
Volume: 10
Numéro: 2
Année: 2011
Première Page: 281
Dernière Page: 314


Bridging Differences: Youth Diversity and Civic Values: Five Bilingual Reports for Survey Participants of the McGill Youth Survey Schools, Pupils, Online Group members, Association members, Protesters
Année: 2008
Endroit: Montréal
Publicateur: McGill University


McGill Youth Study, Wave One: Technical Report and Codebook
Année: 2008
Endroit: Montréal
Publicateur: McGill University


Do Not Trust Strangers: How Parents Shape the Generalized Trust of Their Children
Journal: Trust: Comparative Persperctives
Année: 2012
Première Page: 133
Dernière Page: 171
Publicateur: Brill Academic Publishers


What Stephen Harper, Michael Ignatieff and Jack Harper can learn at the McGill daycare centre
Journal: The Montreal Gazette
Année: 2011
Endroit: Montreal


Political Consumerism - Global Responsibility in Action
Année: 2013
Endroit: Cambridge
Publicateur: Cambridge University Press


Een verschuiving van de politieke participatie. Politieke participatie en ongelijkheid, 1974-2002
Journal: Op zoek naar politiek. Democratie en de verplaatsing van de politiek
Année: 2006
Première Page: 23
Dernière Page: 41


Youth Organisations within Political Parties. Political Recruitment and the Transformation of Party Systems
Journal: Revisiting Youth Political Participation
Année: 2005
Première Page: 43
Dernière Page: 51


Concept of Political Consumerism
Journal: Youth Activism: An International Encyclopedia
Année: 2005
Première Page: 238
Dernière Page: 250


Kroniek van een aangekondigde oorlog. Een vergelijkend onderzoek naar de verslaggeving in de aanloop naar de oorlog in Irak
Journal: Nieuws op Televisie. Televisiejournaals als Venster op de Wereld. Jaarboek van het Electronische NieuwsArchief 1
Année: 2005
Première Page: 175
Dernière Page: 194


Mobilizing Consumers to Take Responsibility for Global Social Justice
Journal: Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Volume: 611
Numéro: 1
Année: 2007
Première Page: 157
Dernière Page: 175


An Institutional Theory of Social Capital
Journal: Social Capital-A Reader
Année: 2008
Première Page: 273
Dernière Page: 302


Swedish Political Consumers: Who they are and why they use the Market as an Arena for Politics
Journal: Political Consumerism: Its Motivations, Power, and Conditions in the Nordic Countries and Elsewhere, Proceedings from the 2nd International Seminar on Political Consumerism, Oslo August 26-29, 2005
Année: 2005
Première Page: 145
Dernière Page: 164
Endroit: Oslo


A Case of Discursive Political Consumerism: The Nike e-mail exchange
Journal: Political Consumerism: Its Motivations, Power, and Conditions in the Nordic Countries and Elsewhere, Proceedings from the 2nd International Seminar on Political Consumerism, Oslo August 26-29, 2005
Année: 2005
Première Page: 255
Dernière Page: 290
Endroit: Oslo


Fashioning Social Justice through Political Consumerism, Capitalism, and the Internet
Journal: Cultural Studies
Volume: 22
Numéro: 5
Année: 2008
Première Page: 749
Dernière Page: 769


Social Networks and Immigrant Women's Political Incorporation
Journal: INSNA XXVII International Social Network Conference
Année: 2007


The State and Social Capital: An Institutional Theory of Generalized Trust
Journal: Comparative Politics
Volume: 40
Numéro: 4
Année: 2008
Première Page: 441
Dernière Page: 467


Why can't a Student be more like an Average Person? Sampling and Attrition Effects in Social Science Field and Laboratory Experiments
Journal: Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Volume: 628
Numéro: 1
Année: 2010
Première Page: 85
Dernière Page: 96


The Role of Social Networks in Immigrant Women's Political Incorporation
Journal: International Migration Review
Volume: 43
Numéro: 4
Année: 2009
Première Page: 727
Dernière Page: 763


The Political Socialization of Young People in Canada: Is There a Differential Effect of Citizenship Education on Visible Minorities?
Journal: Canadian Journal of Political Science
Volume: 42
Année: 2009
Première Page: 613
Dernière Page: 636


Vegetarianism - A Lifestyle Politics
Journal: Creative Participation
Année: 2009
Première Page: 125
Dernière Page: 145
Endroit: Boulder
Publicateur: Paradigm Publishers


Consumers as Political Actors
Journal: Critical Food Issues: Problems and State-of-the-Art Solutions
Année: 2009
Première Page: 188
Dernière Page: 214
Endroit: Westport, Connecticut
Publicateur: Greenwod Publishing Group


Social Capital and Ethno-Racial Diversity: Learning to Trust in an Immigrant Society
Journal: Political Studies
Année: 2012


Politics in Peer Groups: Exploring the Causaul Relationship Between Network Diversity and Political Participation
Journal: Political Research Quarterly
Année: 2012


Civic engagement and civic attitudes in cross-national perspective. Special symposium in Political Studies
Volume: 56
Année: 2008


Reconciling Diversity and Community? Defining Social Cohesion in Democracies
Journal: Theoretical Perspectives on Social Cohesion and Social Capital
Année: 2011
Endroit: Brussels, Belgium
Publicateur: Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts


Experiencing Political Diversity: The Mobilizing Effect of Disagreement Among Youth
Journal: Political Psychology
Année: 2010


Do Diverse Networks Demobilize Young People?
Journal: European Journal on Child and Youth Research
Volume: 3
Numéro: 7
Année: 2009
Première Page: 86
Dernière Page: 92


Sustainable Citizenship and the New Politics of Consumption
Journal: The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Volume: 644
Numéro: 1
Année: 2012
Première Page: 80
Dernière Page: 120


Habits of Sustainable Citizenship: The Example of Political Consumerism
Journal: The Habits of Consumption
Volume: 12
Année: 2012
Première Page: 142
Dernière Page: 164


Why fear them? Students are just tuning in to democracy
Journal: The Montreal Gazette
Année: 2012
Endroit: Montreal


Diversity, Multiculturalism and Social Cohesion: Trust and Ethnocentrism in European Societies
Journal: Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada
Année: 2007
Première Page: 387
Dernière Page: 410


Variaties in samenleven. Het samenleven in etnisch diverse gemeenschappen
Journal: Op zoek naar politiek. Democratie en de verplaatsing van de politiek
Année: 2006
Première Page: 123
Dernière Page: 139


Etnische diversiteit, etnocentrisme en vertrouwen in Europa
Volume: 13
Numéro: 6
Année: 2006


Ethnic Diversity and Generalized Trust in Europe: A Cross-National Multilevel Study
Journal: Comparative Political Studies
Volume: 42
Numéro: 2
Année: 2009
Première Page: 198
Dernière Page: 223


La non-participation des jeunes: les barrières de l'engagement et l'impact sur la participation future
Journal: Canadian Journal of Political Science
Volume: 45
Numéro: 2
Année: 2012
Première Page: 405
Dernière Page: 425


Capturing Change (and Stability) in the 2011 Campaign
Journal: Policy Options
Année: 2011
Première Page: 70
Dernière Page: 77


Politieke mobilisatie en nieuwe communicatietechnologie: een multilevel studie van de digital divide
Année: 2010
Endroit: Gent
Publicateur: Academia Press


Diversity and Democratic Politics
Volume: 43
Numéro: 2
Année: 2010


World Press Freedom Day: Could you speak out, please?
Journal: The Globe and Mail
Année: 2011


Contextual effects of intergroup contact on prejudice against Outgroups
Journal: PNAS
Volume: 111
Numéro: 11
Année: 2014
Première Page: 3996
Dernière Page: 4000
Oliver Christ
Katharina Schmid
Miles Hewstone
Steven Vertovec


Riding the Orange Wave: Leadership, Values, Issues, and the 2011 Canadian Election
Journal: Canadian Journal of Political Science
Volume: 46
Numéro: 4
Année: 2013
Première Page: 863
Dernière Page: 897
Fred Cutler
Stuart Soroka


How Political Institutions Create and Destroy Social Capital: An Institutional Theory of Generalized Trust
Journal: Comparative Politics
Année: 2002
Nom de Conférence: American Political Science Association


What Do Women Know About Government Services and Benefits?
Journal: Canadian Public Policy
Volume: 38
Numéro: 1
Année: 2012
Première Page: 31
Dernière Page: 54


Candidate Confidence and Electoral Appeal: An Experimental Study of the Effect of Nonverbal Confidence on Voter Evaluations
Journal: Political Science Research
Volume: 3
Numéro: 1
Année: 2015
Première Page: 43
Dernière Page: 52
Delia Dumitrescu


The Internet and new modes of political participation: Online versus offline participation?
Journal: Information, Communication and Society
Volume: 17
Numéro: 8
Année: 2013


Spill-over effects between Facebook and on/offline political participation? Evidence from a two-wave panel study
Journal: R&R Journal of Information Technology and Politics
Volume: 11
Numéro: 3
Année: 2014


Political Mobilization, Cultural Diversity and Social Cohesion
Journal: Political Studies
Année: 2013
Tim Reeskens
Marc Helbling


Immigration-related Diversity and Trust in German Cities: The Role of Intergroup Contact
Journal: Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties,
Volume: 28
Année: 2013
Première Page: 279
Dernière Page: 298
Sören Peterman
Katharina Schmid
Karen Schönwälder
Miles Hewstone


Civic Engagement and Civic Attitudes in Cross-National Perspective: Introduction to the Symposium.
Journal: Political Studies
Volume: 56
Numéro: 1
Année: 2008
Première Page: 1
Dernière Page: 11
Marc Howard


Diversity and Democratic Politics: An Introduction.
Journal: Canadian Journal of Political Science
Volume: 43
Numéro: 2
Année: 2010
Première Page: 235
Dernière Page: 256


Shifting Inequalities: Patterns of Exclusion and Inclusion in Expanding Forms of Political Participation
Journal: WZB-Arbeitspapier 2009 - 2014
Année: 2009
Marc Hooghe.


Le « printemps érable » et l’élection québécoise de 2012.
Journal: Les Québécois aux urnes: les partis, les médias et les citoyens en campagne,
Année: 2013
Eva Falk-Pedersen
Pascale Dufour


Sustainable Citizenship: The Role of Citizens and Consumers as Agents of the Environmental State
Journal: State and Environment The Comparative Study of Environmental Governance
Année: 2014
Michele Micheletti
Katarina Eckerberg


Consumer Strategies in Social Movements
Journal: The Oxford Handbook of Social Movements
Année: 2014
Michele Micheletti


Gender and electoral communication: How differences in non-verbal and verbal behavior lead to different evaluations of male and female politicians
Année: 2013
Delia Dumitrescu
Nom de Conférence: Annual American Political Science Meeting


Maple Spring Up Close: The Role of Self-Interest and Socio-Economic Resources for Youth Protest
Année: 2013
Eva Falk Pedersen
Pascale Dufour
Nom de Conférence: Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meeting


Diversity and Democratic Politics: An Introduction
Journal: Revue canadienne de science politique
Volume: 43
Numéro: 2
Année: 2010
Première Page: 235
Dernière Page: 256


The Consequences of Ethnic Diversity : Advancing the Debate.
Journal: Social Cohesion and Immigration in Europe and North America: Mechanisms, Conditions and Causality.
Année: 2015
Publicateur: Routledge


Diversity and Democratic Politics
Journal: Canadian Political Science Review
Volume: 43
Numéro: 2
Année: 2010
Première Page: 235
Dernière Page: 256
Stuart Soroka


Religious Symbols, Multiculturalism and Policy Attitudes
Année: 2012
Stuart Soroka
Jessica Behnke
Endroit: Edmonton
Nom de Conférence: Association canadienne de science politique


Convergence générationnelle ? : Les jeunes & la confiance généralisée au Québec & au Canada
Année: 2011
Endroit: Montréal
Nom de Conférence: Association québécoise de science politique


Le « printemps érables » & l’élection québécoise de 2012
Année: 2013
Eva Falk Pedersen
Pascale Dufour
Endroit: Québec
Nom de Conférence: Colloque « Élection québécoises 2012 »


Ethnic Identity in Multinational States: Ethnic Ties and the Development of Generalized Trust
Année: 2008
Endroit: Boston
Nom de Conférence: American Political Science Association


Network Diversity and Political Participation: A Complication or an Asset?
Année: 2008
Ellen Quintelier
Nom de Conférence: Conférence du Youth and Politics (Bruges) & Conférence de l’European Consortium of Political Research (Pisa)


What Does Politics Mean to You? Young Citizens and Emerging Forms of Political Action
Année: 2008
Ellen Quintelier
Laura Nishikawa
Endroit: Bruges
Nom de Conférence: Youth and Politics : Strange Bedfellows?


Reconciling Diversity and Community? Defining Social Cohesion in Developed Democracies
Année: 2008
Endroit: Brussels
Nom de Conférence: « Theoretical Perspectives on Social Cohesion and Social Capital International »


The Potential of Internet Mobilization. An Experimental Study on the Effect of Internet and Face-to-Face Mobilization Efforts
Journal: Political Communication
Volume: 27
Numéro: 4
Année: 2010
Sara Vissers


“Bridging Differences: Youth Diversity and Civic Values: Five Bilingual Reports for Survey Participants of the McGill Youth Survey (Schools, Pupils, Online Group members, Association members, Proteste
Année: 2008


“Bridging Differences: Youth Diversity and Civic Values: Five Bilingual Reports for Survey Participants of the McGill Youth Survey (Schools, Pupils, Online Group members, Association members, Proteste
Année: 2008


The Impact of Mobilization Tools on Offline Life and Online Participation: Are mobilization effects medium specific?
Journal: Social Science Computer Review
Volume: 30
Numéro: 2
Année: 2012


Do Political and Economic Choices Rely on Common Neural Substrates? A Systematic Review of the Emerging Neuropolitics Literature
Journal: Frontiers in Psychology (Decision Neuroscience)
Volume: 7
Numéro: 264
Année: 2016
Sekoul Krastev
Joseph T. McGuire
Denver McNeney
Joseph W. Kable


Lateral Orbitofrontal Cortex Links Social Impressions to Political Choices
Journal: Journal of Neuroscience
Volume: 35
Numéro: 22
Année: 2015
Première Page: 8507
Dernière Page: 8514
Chenjie Xia
Lesley Fellows


Enabling Immigrant Participation: Do Integration Regimes Make a Difference
Journal: Just Ordinary Citizens
Année: 2016
Marc Helbling
Tim Reeskens
Cameron Stark
Matthew Wright
Editeurs: A Bilodeau


The Niqab Debate &  the 2015 Election Canadian
Année: 2016
Nom de Conférence: Political Science Association Annual Meeting


Otherness and Electoral Fortunes: The Niqab Debate in the 2015 Election
Année: 2016
Nom de Conférence: Congrès national Metropolis


Acceptance of the Muslim Veil among Canadian Youth
Année: 2016
Chris Liu
Nom de Conférence: Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meeting


Diversity and the Acceptance of Religious Symbols in Public Life
Année: 2016
Valerie-Anne Maheo
Nom de Conférence: American Political Science Association Annual Meeting


Diversity and Social Cohesion
Journal: Routledge International Handbook of Diversity Studies
Année: 2015
Publicateur: Routledge


Sustainable Citizenship: The Role of Citizens and Consumers in Protecting the Common Good
Journal: State and Environment: The Comparative Study of Environmental Governance
Année: 2014
Daniel Berlin
Michele Micheletti
Publicateur: MIT Press


Political Mobilisation, Ethnic Diversity and Social Cohesion: The Conditional Effect of Political Parties
Journal: Political Studies
Volume: 63
Numéro: 1
Année: 2015
Première Page: 101
Dernière Page: 122
Marc Helbling
Tim Reeskens


The Decision to Vote or Abstain in the 2014 European Election
Journal: Revue Européenne des sciences sociales
Volume: 53
Numéro: 1
Année: 2015
Première Page: 340


Does out-group size in neighborhoods drive down associational life of Whites in the U.S.? Testing constrict, conflict and contact theories
Journal: Social Science Research
Volume: 52
Année: 2015
Première Page: 236
Dernière Page: 252
Michael Savelkoula
Miles Hewstoneb
Peer Scheepersa


Religious Symbols, Multiculturalism and Policy Attitudes
Journal: Canadian Journal of Political Science
Volume: 49
Numéro: 2
Année: 2016
Première Page: 335
Dernière Page: 358
Stuart Soroka
Jessica Behnke


Social Capital, Civic Culture and Political Trust
Journal: Handbook on Political Trust
Année: 2017
Christopher Liu
Endroit: London
Publicateur: Edward Elgar Publishing


Toying Around with the Future: Sustainability within Families
Journal: Mothers and Others: The Role of Parenthood in Politics
Année: 2017
Première Page: 288
Dernière Page: 310
Michele Micheletti
Endroit: Vancouver
Publicateur: University of British Columbia Press


Social and Political Trust
Journal: The Oxford Handbook of Social and Political Trust
Année: 2017
Kenneth Newton
Sonja Zmerli
Endroit: Oxford
Publicateur: Oxford University Press


Undemocratic Political Consumerism
Journal: Handbook of Political Consumerism
Année: 2018
Lucas Huissoud
Endroit: Oxford
Publicateur: Oxford University Press


Gender and Candidate Communication: Is There a “Double Bind"
Journal: The Mediation of Gendered Identities in Canadian Politics
Année: 2019
Endroit: Vancouver
Publicateur: University of British Columbia Press


Can You Deliver a Baby and Vote? The Effect of the First Stages of Parenthood on Voter Turnout
Journal: Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties
Volume: 29
Numéro: 1
Année: 2019
Yosef Bhatti
Hanna Wass
Elin Naurin
Kasper M. Hansen


Experiencing Political Diversity: The Mobilizing Effect Among Youth
Journal: Acta Politica
Année: 2018
Ellen Quintelier