Rachel Gibson
Rachel Gibson
Professor of Politics, University of Manchester
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Online Participation in the UK: Testing a ‘Contextualised’ Model of Internet Effects
RK Gibson, W Lusoli, S Ward
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 7 (4), 561-583, 2005
4822005
A proposed methodology for studying the function and effectiveness of party and candidate web sites
R Gibson, S Ward
Social science computer review 18 (3), 301-319, 2000
4422000
Election Campaigning on the WWW in the USA and UK: A Comparative Analysis
RK Gibson, M Margolis, D Resnick, SJ Ward
Party politics 9 (1), 47-75, 2003
3942003
Changing campaign communications: A party-centered theory of professionalized campaigning
R Gibson, A Römmele
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 6 (4), 31-43, 2001
3692001
Conceptualizing and measuring participation in the age of the internet: Is online political engagement really different to offline?
R Gibson, M Cantijoch
The Journal of Politics 75 (3), 701-716, 2013
3332013
Online participation and mobilisation in Britain: Hype, hope and reality
S Ward, R Gibson, W Lusoli
Parliamentary affairs 56 (4), 652-668, 2003
2802003
Political parties and the Internet: net gain?
RK Gibson, PG Nixon, SJ Ward
Routledge, 2003
2722003
UK Political Parties and the Internet: “Politics as Usual” in the New Media?
RK Gibson, SJ Ward
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 3 (3), 14-38, 1998
2401998
Measuring the professionalization of political campaigning
RK Gibson, A Römmele
Party politics 15 (3), 265-293, 2009
2382009
Party change, social media and the rise of ‘citizen-initiated’campaigning
RK Gibson
Party politics 21 (2), 183-197, 2015
2182015
On-Line and on Message? Candidate Websites in the 2001 General Election
S Ward, R Gibson
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 5 (2), 188-205, 2003
2092003
140 characters to victory?: Using Twitter to predict the UK 2015 General Election
P Burnap, R Gibson, L Sloan, R Southern, M Williams
Electoral Studies 41, 230-233, 2016
1992016
The Internet and national elections: A comparative study of Web campaigning
R Kluver
Taylor & Francis, 2007
1942007
Do online election campaigns win votes? The 2007 Australian “YouTube” election
RK Gibson, I McAllister
Political Communication 28 (2), 227-244, 2011
1812011
New media and the revitalisation of politics
RK Gibson
Representation 45 (3), 289-299, 2009
178*2009
Elections online: Assessing Internet voting in light of the Arizona democratic primary
R Gibson
Political Science Quarterly 116 (4), 561-583, 2001
1752001
European political organizations and the internet: mobilization, participation, and change
S Ward, R Gibson
Routledge handbook of Internet politics, 41-55, 2008
1682008
Virtual campaigning: Australian parties and the impact of the Internet
RK Gibson, S Ward
Australian journal of political science 37 (1), 99-129, 2002
1682002
Does cyber‐campaigning win votes? Online communication in the 2004 Australian election
RK Gibson, I McAllister
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 16 (3), 243-263, 2006
1592006
Does cyber‐campaigning win votes? Online communication in the 2004 Australian election
RK Gibson, I McAllister
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 16 (3), 243-263, 2006
1592006
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