Béla Janky's recent article on labeling asylum seekers in Hungary is now published 

The paper titled Changing Connotations and the Evolution of the Effect of Wording: Labeling Asylum Seekers in a Political Campaign investigates the moderating role of public discourse in the effects of labeling asylum seekers (as “immigrants” vs. “refugees”) on attitudes toward asylum policy. The study relies on a series of survey experiments conducted in Hungary, in a period when asylum policy suddenly became a highly salient issue there.

Click here to read the article.