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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
The one-step flow of communication Bennett,W.Lance;Manheim,JarolB. 2006 view article
The Personalization of Politics: Political Identity, Social Media, and Changing Patterns of Participation Bennett,W.Lance 2012 view article
THREE PATTERNS OF POWER IN TECHNOLOGY-ENABLED CONTENTION Bennett,W.Lance;Segerberg,Alexandra 2014 view article
Reconceptualizing collective action in the contemporary media environment Bimber,B;Flanagin,AJ;Stohl,C 2005 view article
Political Communication in Freefall: The British Case-and Others? Blumler,JayG.;Coleman,Stephen 2010 view article
New mediation and direct representation: reconceptualizing representation in the digital age Coleman,S 2005 view article
Democracy via cyberspace - Mapping the rhetorics and practices of three prominent camps Dahlberg,L 2001 view article
Masses, Crowds, Communities, Movements: Collective Action in the Internet Age Dolata,Ulrich;Schrape,Jan-Felix 2016 view article
THIS PROTEST WILL BE TWEETED: Twitter and protest policing during the Pittsburgh G20 Earl,Jennifer;Hurwitz,HeatherMcKee;Mesinas,AnaliciaMejia;Tolan,Margaret;Arlotti,Ashley 2013 view article