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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
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Political Economy and Surveillance Theory Fuchs,Christian 2013 view article
The Shaping of Environmental Information in Social Media: Affordances and Technologies of Self-control Haider,Jutta 2016 view article
Open media or echo chamber: the use of links in audience discussions on the Facebook Pages of partisan news organizations Jacobson,Susan;Myung,Eunyoung;Johnson,StevenL. 2016 view article
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The networked young citizen: social media, political participation and civic engagement INTRODUCTION Loader,BrianD.;Vromen,Ariadne;Xenos,MichaelA. 2014 view article
Do People “Like” Politicians on Facebook? Not Really. Neilsen,R 2013 view article
Social media and citzen engagement Skoric,M 2016 view article