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A Model of Crowd-Enabled Organization: Theory and Methods for Understanding the Role of Twitter in the Occupy Protests Agarwal,SheetalD.;Bennett,W.Lance;Johnson,CourtneyN.;Walker,Shawn 2014 view article
Reconceptualizing collective action in the contemporary media environment Bimber,B;Flanagin,AJ;Stohl,C 2005 view article
The Arab Spring and Social Media Audiences: English and Arabic Twitter Users and Their Networks Bruns,Axel;Highfield,Tim;Burgess,Jean 2013 view article
The Internet, public spheres, and political communication: Dispersion and deliberation Dahlgren,P 2005 view article
Revolution Stalled: The Political Limits of the Internet in the Post-Soviet Sphere Jensen,MichaelJ. 2015 view article
The social affirmation use of social media as a motivator of collective action Kende,Anna;vanZomeren,Martijn;Ujhelyi,Adrienn;Lantos,NoraAnna 2016 view article
Bounded Solidarity Confirmed? How Korean Immigrants' Mobile Communication Configures Their Social Networks Lee,SunKyong;Katz,JamesE. 2015 view article
Taking Our Country Back: The Crafting of Networked Politics from Howard Dean to Barack Obama Lilleker,DarrenG. 2015 view article
People try to put us down ...': Participatory citizenship of 'Generation X' Vromen,A 2003 view article
Beyond lifestyle politics in a time of crisis?: comparing young peoples' issue agendas and views on inequality Vromen,Ariadne;Loader,BrianD.;Xenos,MichaelA. 2015 view article