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Technology and Collective Action: The Effect of Cell Phone Coverage on Political Violence in Africa

Pierskalla, J. H., & Hollenbach, F. M. (2013). Technology and Collective Action: The Effect of Cell Phone Coverage on Political Violence in Africa. American Political Science Review, 107(2), 207–224.
Pierskalla, J. H., & Hollenbach, F. M.
American Political Science Review, 107 (2), (S. 207–224).
2013

The spread of cell phone technology across Africa has transforming effects on the economic and political sphere of the continent. In this paper, we investigate the impact of cell phone technology on violent collective action.

Not So Imaginary Interpersonal Contact With Public Figures on Social Network Sites: How Affiliative Tendency Moderates Its Effects

Lee, E.-J., & Jang, J.-W. (2013). Not So Imaginary Interpersonal Contact With Public Figures on Social Network Sites: How Affiliative Tendency Moderates Its Effects. Communication Research, 40(1), 27–51.
Lee, E.-J., & Jang, J.-W.
Communication Research, 40 (1), (S. 27–51).
2013

Two studies investigated (a) how public figures’ interaction with their followers on social network sites (SNS) affects individuals’ impressions about and attitudes toward them, and (b) how individuals’ interpersonal orientation moderates such effects, if any.

Getting closer: The effects of personalized and interactive online political communication

Kruikemeier, S., van Noort, G., Vliegenthart, R., & Vreese, C. H. de (2013). Getting closer: The effects of personalized and interactive online political communication. European Journal of Communication, 28(1), 53–66.
Kruikemeier, S., van Noort, G., Vliegenthart, R., & Vreese, C. H. de
European Journal of Communication, 28 (1), (S. 53–66).
2013

How Censorship in China Allows Government Criticism but Silences Collective Expression

King, G., Pan, J., & Roberts, M. E. (2013). How Censorship in China Allows Government Criticism but Silences Collective Expression. American Political Science Review, 107(2), 326–343.
King, G., Pan, J., & Roberts, M. E.
American Political Science Review, 107 (2), (S. 326–343).
2013

We offer the first large scale, multiple source analysis of the outcome of what may be the most extensive effort to selectively censor human expression ever implemented. To do this, we have devised a system to locate, download, and analyze the content of millions of social media posts originating from nearly 1,400 different social media services all over China before the Chinese government is able to find, evaluate, and censor (i.e., remove from the Internet) the large subset they deem objectionable

Organization as an impediment to effective ICT campaigning: The Australian Greens, electronic campaigning and the 2010 federal election

Jackson, S. M. (2013). Organization as an impediment to effective ICT campaigning: The Australian Greens, electronic campaigning and the 2010 federal election. Information, Communication & Society, 16(1), 82–104.
Jackson, S. M.
Information, Communication & Society, 16 (1), (S. 82–104).
2013

Age and the effects of news media attention and social media use on political interest and participation: Do social media function as leveller?

Holt, K., Shehata, A., Stromback, J., & Ljungberg, E. (2013). Age and the effects of news media attention and social media use on political interest and participation: Do social media function as leveller?. European Journal of Communication, 28(1), 19-34.
Holt, K., Shehata, A., Stromback, J., & Ljungberg, E.
European Journal of Communication, 28 (1), (S. 19-34).
2013

This article investigates how media use differs across age groups- and whether this matters for people’s inclination to participate politically. More specifically, the study investigates the impact of social media use for political purposes and of attention to political news in traditional media, on political interest and offline political participation.

Birds of a Feather Tweet Together: Integrating Network and Content Analyses to Examine Cross-Ideology Exposure on Twitter

Himelboim, I., McCreery, S., & Smith, M. (2013). Birds of a Feather Tweet Together: Integrating Network and Content Analyses to Examine Cross-Ideology Exposure on Twitter. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 18(2), 40-60.
Himelboim, I., McCreery, S., & Smith, M.
Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 18 (2), (S. 40-60).
2013

This study integrates network and content analyses to examine exposure to cross-ideological political views on Twitter.