Title Authors PublicationYear
Does Facebook increase political participation? Evidence from a field experiment Theocharis,Yannis;Lowe,Will 2016 view article
irreconcilability in the digital: gender, technological imaginings and maternal subjectivity Thornham,Helen 2015 view article
Dual Screening the Political: Media Events, social media and citizen engagement Vaccari,C;Chadwick,C;O’Loughlin,B 2015 view article
Young people, social media and connective action: from organisational maintenance to everyday political talk Vromen,Ariadne;Xenos,MichaelA.;Loader,Brian 2015 view article
Populism and Downing Street E-petitions: Connective Action, Hybridity, and the Changing Nature of Organizing Wright,Scott 2015 view article
Getting acquainted through social network sites: Testing a model of online uncertainty reduction and social attraction Antheunis,Marjolijn L.;Valkenburg,Patti M.;Peter,Jochen 2010 view article
Yesterday's tomorrows: notes on ubiquitous computing's dominant vision Bell,Genevieve;Dourish,Paul 2007 view article
Quantifying the invisible audience in social networks Bernstein,Michael S.;Bakshy,Eytan;Burke,Moira;Karrer,Brian 2013 view article
Participations: Dialogues on the Participatory Promise of Contemporary Culture and Politics Part 4: Knowledge and Education Bird,S. Elizabeth;Couldry,Nick;Hepp,Andreas;Livingstone,Sonia;Losh,Elizabeth;Mittell,Jason;Neff,Gina;Slater,Don;Watkins,S. Craig 2014 view article
Using e-mail for personal relationships the difference gender makes Boneva,Bonka;Kraut,Robert;Frohlich,David 2001 view article