Daniel Kreiss
Daniel Kreiss
Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media, University of North Carolina at Chapel
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Taking Our Country Back: The Crafting of Networked Politics From Howard Dean to Barack Obama
D Kreiss
New York: Oxford University Press, 2012
Seizing the moment: The presidential campaigns’ use of Twitter during the 2012 electoral cycle
D Kreiss
New media & society 18 (8), 1473-1490, 2016
JS Brennen, D Kreiss
The international encyclopedia of communication theory and philosophy, 1-11, 2016
Digitalization and digitization
S Brennen, D Kreiss
Culture digitally 8, 2014
Prototype politics: Technology-intensive campaigning and the data of democracy
D Kreiss
Oxford University Press, 2016
The limits of peer production: Some reminders from Max Weber for the network society
D Kreiss, M Finn, F Turner
New Media & Society 13 (2), 243, 2011
Technology firms shape political communication: The work of Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, and Google with campaigns during the 2016 US presidential cycle
D Kreiss, SC McGregor
Political Communication 35 (2), 155-177, 2018
In their own words: Political practitioner accounts of candidates, audiences, affordances, genres, and timing in strategic social media use
D Kreiss, RG Lawrence, SC McGregor
Political communication 35 (1), 8-31, 2018
Qualitative Political Communication| Introduction~ The role of qualitative methods in political communication Research: Past, present, and future
D Karpf, D Kreiss, RK Nielsen, M Powers
International Journal of Communication 9, 19, 2015
Occupying the political: Occupy Wall Street, collective action, and the rediscovery of pragmatic politics
D Kreiss, Z Tufekci
Cultural Studies? Critical Methodologies 13 (3), 163-167, 2013
The tech industry meets presidential politics: Explaining the Democratic Party’s technological advantage in electoral campaigning, 2004–2012
D Kreiss, C Jasinski
Political communication 33 (4), 544-562, 2016
New challenges to political privacy: Lessons from the first US Presidential race in the Web 2.0 era
D Kreiss, PN Howard
International Journal of Communication 4, 19, 2010
Black boxes as capacities for and constraints on action: Electoral politics, journalism, and devices of representation
CW Anderson, D Kreiss
Qualitative Sociology 36 (4), 365-382, 2013
The “arbiters of what our voters see”: Facebook and Google’s struggle with policy, process, and enforcement around political advertising
D Kreiss, SC McGregor
Political Communication 36 (4), 499-522, 2019
Developing the “Good Citizen”: Digital Artifacts, Peer Networks, and Formal Organization During the 2003–2004 Howard Dean Campaign
D Kreiss
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 6 (3-4), 281-297, 2009
A research agenda for online advertising: Surveying campaign practices, 2000-2012
L Barnard, D Kreiss
International Journal of Communication 7, 21, 2013
Normative theories of digital journalism
D Kreiss, JS Brennen
Sage handbook of digital journalism studies. New York, NY: Sage, 2016
Acting in the public sphere: The 2008 Obama campaign's strategic use of new media to shape narratives of the presidential race
D Kreiss
Media, movements, and political change, 2012
Political performance, boundary spaces, and active spectatorship: Media production at the 2012 Democratic National Convention
D Kreiss, L Meadows, J Remensperger
Journalism 16 (5), 577-595, 2015
The fragmenting of the civil sphere: How partisan identity shapes the moral evaluation of candidates and epistemology
D Kreiss
Politics of meaning/Meaning of Politics, 223-241, 2019
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