Andrew Hoskins, Sarah Oates, Filippo Trevisan and Dounia Mahlouly
“VoterEcology Summary Report” – January 2015
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Filippo Trevisan “Search engines: From social science objects to academic inquiry tools” First Monday, 19(11) – To access the full text, click here (open access).
Populist and Popular: Using Google Trends to Track and Conceptualize Emerging Transnational Trends in Democratic Politics – Filippo Trevisan and Paul Reilly (University of Leicester)
Paper accepted for the 2015 International Studies Association’s (ISA) Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA, 18th-21st February.
Campaigning with Twitter in Post-Revolutionary Egypt – Dounia Mahlouly
Paper accepted for the 2014 European Consortium for Political Research General Conference, Glasgow, 3rd-6th September.
Googling for Votes: Using Publicly Accessible Search Engine Data to Capture Information Flows in Elections – Filippo Trevisan, Andrew Hoskins and Dounia Mahlouly
Paper presented at the 2014 American Political Science Association’s Pre-Conference on Political Communication, Washington, DC, 27th August.
Google 3.0: The Power of Google Trends to Understand Voters – Sarah Oates
Presentation at the Journalism/Interactive Conference (for working journalists and journalism educators), Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland, College Park, 5th April 2014
Googling Anti-Politics: The Case of the United Kingdom Independence Party – Paul Reilly (University of Leicester) and Filippo Trevisan
Paper presented at the 2014 International Studies Association’s Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 26-29 March.
Googling for Heroes: Using Search Engine Accessory Tools to Study Political Turmoil in Egypt – Dounia Mahlouly
Paper presented at the training workshop on researching “Citizen Media in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, China and East Asia, and the Arab World,” University of Manchester, 27-28 Jan. 2014.
To watch a video of Dounia Mahlouly’s presentation, click here.
The New Voter Ecology: Search Engines and Comparative Electoral Information Flows – Filippo Trevisan, Andrew Hoskins, Sarah Oates and Dounia Mahlouly
Paper presented at the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association’s conference, Bournemouth University, 8-10 Jan. 2014.
Co-organised and presented at ‘Power and Connectivity’ Workshop – Andrew Hoskins and Dounia Mahlouly
Royal Holloway University of London, 12th December 2013.
No Laughing Matter: Political Gaffes and Online Information Search in Election Campaigns – Filippo Trevisan
Invited talk at the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism, 20 Nov. 2013.
For an overview of the event, click here.
Google: The Role of Internet Search in Elections in Established and Challenged Democracies – Dounia Mahlouly
Paper presented at the Political Studies Association’s “Challenges to Campaigning: Examining the Challenges Election Campaigning Faces Today” graduate conference, University of Edinburgh, 18 Oct. 2013.
Mapping the ‘Search Agenda:’ A citizen-centric approach to political information flows in elections – Filippo Trevisan
Paper presented at the European Communication Research and Education Association’s Communication and Democracy Annual Conference: “(Mis)understanding Political Communication” – Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, 10-12 Oct. 2013.
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