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Social media analysis and public opinion: The 2010 UK general election
N Anstead, B O'Loughlin
Journal of computer-mediated communication 20 (2), 204-220, 2015
3332015
Parties, election campaigning, and the Internet: Toward a comparative institutional approach
N Anstead, A Chadwick
Routledge handbook of internet politics, 56-71, 2008
2902008
The Emerging Viewertariat and BBC Question Time Television Debate and Real-Time Commenting Online
N Anstead, B O’Loughlin
The international journal of press/politics 16 (4), 440-462, 2011
2272011
The myth of youth apathy: Young Europeans’ critical attitudes toward democratic life
B Cammaerts, M Bruter, S Banaji, S Harrison, N Anstead
American Behavioral Scientist 58 (5), 645-664, 2014
1722014
Trust, confidence, and credibility: Citizen responses on twitter to opinion polls during the 2010 UK general election
L Ampofo, N Anstead, B O'Loughlin
Information, Communication & Society 14 (6), 850-871, 2011
1412011
Automation, algorithms, and politics| Bots and political influence: A sociotechnical investigation of social network capital
D Murthy, AB Powell, R Tinati, N Anstead, L Carr, SJ Halford, M Weal
International journal of communication 10, 20, 2016
1202016
Youth participation in democratic life: Stories of hope and disillusion
B Cammaerts, M Bruter, S Banaji, S Harrison, N Anstead
Springer, 2016
91*2016
Data-driven campaigning in the 2015 United Kingdom general election
N Anstead
The International Journal of Press/Politics 22 (3), 294-313, 2017
602017
The Internet and campaign finance in the US and the UK: An institutional comparison
N Anstead
Journal of information technology & politics 5 (3), 285-302, 2008
492008
Psephological investigations: Tweets, votes, and unknown unknowns in the republican nomination process
MJ Jensen, N Anstead
Policy & Internet 5 (2), 161-182, 2013
462013
A different beast? Televised election debates in parliamentary democracies
N Anstead
The international journal of press/politics 21 (4), 508-526, 2016
392016
A primary definer online: the construction and propagation of a think tank’s authority on social media
N Anstead, A Chadwick
Media, Culture & Society 40 (2), 246-266, 2018
322018
Political advertising on Facebook: The case of the 2017 United Kingdom general election
N Anstead, JC Magalh„es, R Stupart, D Tambini
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. August 30, 2018
272018
Emerging viewertariat: explaining Twitter responses to Nick Griffin’s appearance on BBC Question time
N Anstead, B O’Loughlin
School of Political, Social and International Studies, University of East Anglia, 2010
27*2010
The idea of austerity in British politics, 2003–2013
N Anstead
Political Studies 66 (2), 287-305, 2018
252018
Semantic polling: The ethics of online public opinion
N Anstead, B O'Loughlin
The London School of Economics and Political Science, 2012
202012
Twenty20 as media event
N Anstead, B O'Loughlin
Sport in Society 14 (10), 1340-1357, 2011
152011
The Change we need: what Britain can learn from Obama's victory
N Anstead, W Straw
Fabian Society, 2009
152009
The 2008 Digital Campaign in the United States: the real lessons for British parties
N Anstead, A Chadwick
Renewal: a Journal of Social Democracy 16 (3/4), 86-98, 2008
13*2008
Campaigns and social media communications: a look at digital campaigning in the 2010 UK general election
MJ Jensen, N Anstead
The Internet and Democracy in Global Perspective, 57-81, 2014
112014
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