Darren Lilleker
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Key concepts in political communication
DG Lilleker
Key Concepts in Political Communication, 1-224, 2006
Interviewing the political elite: Navigating a potential minefield
DG Lilleker
Politics 23 (3), 207-214, 2003
Microblogging, constituency service and impression management: UK MPs and the use of Twitter
N Jackson, D Lilleker
The Impact of Legislatures, 414-433, 2020
Building an architecture of participation? Political parties and Web 2.0 in Britain
NA Jackson, DG Lilleker
Journal of information technology & politics 6 (3-4), 232-250, 2009
Informing, engaging, mobilizing or interacting: Searching for a European model of web campaigning
DG Lilleker, K Koc-Michalska, EJ Schweitzer, M Jacunski, N Jackson, ...
European journal of communication 26 (3), 195-213, 2011
Political marketing: A comparative perspective
DG Lilleker, J Lees-Marshment
Manchester University Press, 2005
The professionalization of political communication: Continuities and change in media practices
R Negrine, DG Lilleker
European Journal of Communication 17 (3), 305-323, 2002
Political campaigning, elections and the Internet: Comparing the US, UK, France and Germany
D Lilleker, N Jackson
Routledge, 2013
Towards a more participatory style of election campaigning: The impact of Web 2.0 on the UK 2010 general election
DG Lilleker, NA Jackson
Policy & internet 2 (3), 69-98, 2010
What drives political participation? Motivations and mobilization in a digital age
DG Lilleker, K Koc-Michalska
Digital Politics: Mobilization, Engagement and Participation, 21-43, 2018
Towards hypermedia campaigning? Perceptions of new media's importance for campaigning by party strategists in comparative perspective
DG Lilleker, J Tenscher, V Štětka
Information, communication & society 18 (7), 747-765, 2015
Professionalization: of what? Since when? By whom?
DG Lilleker, R Negrine
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 7 (4), 98-103, 2002
Online political communication strategies: MEPs, e-representation, and self-representation
DG Lilleker, K Koc-Michalska
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10 (2), 190-207, 2013
Levels of interactivity in the 2007 French presidential candidates’ websites
DG Lilleker, C Malagón
European Journal of Communication 25 (1), 25-42, 2010
The internet in campaigns and elections
DG Lilleker, T Vedel
Political communication and COVID-19: Governance and rhetoric in global comparative perspective
D Lilleker, IA Coman, M Gregor, E Novelli
Political Communication and COVID-19, 333-350, 2021
Digital politics: Mobilization, engagement, and participation
K Koc-Michalska, D Lilleker
Political Communication 34 (1), 1-5, 2017
Political parties and Web 2.0: the liberal democrat perspective
DG Lilleker, M Pack, N Jackson
Politics 30 (2), 105-112, 2010
Just public relations or an attempt at interaction? British MPs in the press, on the web and ‘in your face’
NA Jackson, DG Lilleker
European journal of communication 19 (4), 507-533, 2004
Elite tweets: Analyzing the Twitter communication patterns of Labour party peers in the House of Lords
A Adi, K Erickson, DG Lilleker
Policy & Internet 6 (1), 1-27, 2014
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