Olga Onuch
Olga Onuch
Associate Professor [Senior Lecturer] in Politics, University of Manchester
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EuroMaidan protests in Ukraine: Social media versus social networks
O Onuch
Problems of Post-Communism 62 (4), 217-235, 2015
The Maidan and beyond: who were the protesters?
O Onuch
Journal of Democracy 25 (3), 44-51, 2014
The Maidan in movement: Diversity and the cycles of protest
O Onuch, G Sasse
Europe-Asia Studies 68 (4), 556-587, 2016
The Maidan Past and Present: Orange Revolution (2004) and the EuroMaidan (2013-2014)
O Onuch
Capturing ethnicity: the case of Ukraine
O Onuch, HE Hale
Post-Soviet Affairs 34 (2-3), 84-106, 2018
Mapping Mass Mobilization
O Onuch
Understanding Revolutionary Moments in Argentina and Ukraine, New York, 2014
Facebook Helped Me Do It’: Understanding the E uroMaidan P rotester ‘Tool‐Kit
O Onuch
Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 15 (1), 170-184, 2015
Mothers and daughters of the Maidan: Gender, repertoires of violence, and the division of labour in Ukrainian protests
O Onuch, T Martsenyuk
Social, Health, and Communication Studies Journal 1 (1), 105-126, 2014
Social networks and social media in Ukrainian “Euromaidan” protests
O Onuch
The Washington Post, 2014
“It’s the Economy, Stupid,” or Is It? The Role of Political Crisis in Mass Mobilization: The Case of Argentina in 2001
O Onuch
Argentina Since the 2001 Crisis, 89-113, 2014
Studying identity in Ukraine
O Onuch, HE Hale, G Sasse
Post-Soviet Affairs 34 (2-3), 79-83, 2018
“What does Ukraine’s# Euromaidan teach us about protest?
O Onuch, G Sasse
The Washington Post, 2014
Democratization in EU Foreign Policy
B Berti, K Mikulova, N Popescu
New Member States as Drivers of Democracy Promotion. Abingdon and New York …, 2015
Brothers Grimm or brothers Karamazov: the myth and the reality of how Russians and Ukrainians view the other
O Onuch
Pikulicka-Wilczewska, A. & SAKWA, 2015
Why did they join en masse? Understanding “ordinary” Ukrainians’ participation in mass-mobilisation in 2004
O Onuch
New Ukraine/Nowa Ukraina 11 (89), 113, 2011
Three revolutions: Mobilization and change in contemporary Ukraine I: Theoretical aspects and analyses on religion, memory, and identity
P Kowal, G Mink, I Reichardt, A Umland, A Balcer, P Codogni, M Dymyd, ...
EuroMaidan Protest Participant Survey
O Onuch, T Martsenyuk
Ukrainian Protest Project, funded by British Academy Newton Fellowship and …, 2013
Believing facts in the fog of war: identity, media and hot cognition in Ukraine’s 2014 Odesa tragedy
HE Hale, O Shevel, O Onuch
Geopolitics 23 (4), 851-881, 2018
The Puzzle of Mass Mobilization: Conducting Protest Research in Ukraine, 2004–2014
O Onuch
Reviews & Critical Commentary: Council of Europe, 2014
There’s more to Belarus’s ‘Telegram Revolution’than a cellphone app
A Herasimenka, T Lokot, O Onuch, M Wijermars
Washington Post 11, 2020
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