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Institutionalisation of Political Parties: Comparative Cases. Edited by Robert Harmel and Lars G. Svasand

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‘Campaign Entrepreneurs’ in Collective Action Online: GetUp and Political Leadership in Australia
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Activist Social Media Communication
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Collective Action & ICT in the Provision of Public Goods in Areas of Limited Statehood
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Collective Action Socio-technical Systems. Studying the Nexus between Social Media and Political Participation through a Multidimensional Network Approach
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Comparing the Design of Online Collective Action Processes - An Analytical Framework
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Connective Action in European Mass Protest
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Creating Transnational Citizens on the Internet? European Citizens’ Initiatives, the Internet and Transnational Mobilisation
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Digitally and Non-Digitally-Enabled Collective Action in Greece in Times of Crisis
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Electoral mobilisation by Online Citizens? A Content Analysis of the Twitter Space during the Dutch Parliamentary Election Campaign 2012
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Emerging Forms of Online Civic Engagement through Collaborative Production: Which Institutional settings favor Engaging the “crowd”? The Case of Data Crowdsourcing around Hurricane Sandy.
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From Networked Individualism to Collective Action: Understanding Mobilisation in a New Media Environment
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Laboratories of Oligarchy: Evidence from Peer Production
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Movements from Civil Society to the Political Community
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Occupy: The Important Story is Who We Are
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Organisation in the Crowd
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Referencing Trustworthy Sources of Information: An Analysis of the Hyperlink Structure among Bloggers
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Social Media Mobilisation as a Prompt for Offline Participation? Analysing Occupy Wall Street Twitterers’ Offline Engagement with the Movement
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Understanding Online Collective Action using Big Data: Analysing the Growth Rates of Internet-based Petitions
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What a Difference a Day Makes: The Potential of Different Event Detection Methods with Twitter Data for Varying Times Spans
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