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Politics in the Age of Hybrid Media
A Chadwick, J Dennis, A Smith
The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics, 2016
122*2016
Beyond slacktivism: political participation on social media
J Dennis
Springer, 2018
91*2018
Social media, professional media and mobilisation in contemporary Britain: Explaining the strengths and weaknesses of the Citizens’ Movement 38 Degrees
A Chadwick, J Dennis
Political Studies 65 (1), 42-60, 2017
772017
A party within a party posing as a movement? Momentum as a movement faction
J Dennis
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 17 (2), 97-113, 2020
242020
Tweeting the Olympics: Towards a methodological framework for Big Data analysis of audience engagement during global media events
J Dennis, B O'Loughlin, M Gillespie
Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies 12 (1), 438-469, 2015
172015
Twitter and Global Political Crises
B O’Loughlin, C Vaccari, BA Ozgul, J Dennis
Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 10 (2-3), 175-203, 2017
92017
Balding goes trolling? Cross-media amplification of controversy at the 2012 Olympics
B Aslan, J Dennis, B O’Loughlin
Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies 12 (1), 577-607, 2015
82015
Not just swearing and loathing on the internet: analysing BuzzFeed and VICE during #GE2017
J Dennis, S Sampaio-Dias
UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters and the Campaign, 2017
72017
Innovation and adaptation in advocacy organizations throughout the digital eras
J Dennis, N Hall
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 17 (2), 79-86, 2020
52020
The myth of the keyboard warrior: public participation and 38 Degrees
JW Dennis
22014
“Tell the Story as You’d Tell It to Your Friends in a Pub”: Emotional Storytelling in Election Reporting by BuzzFeed News and Vice News
J Dennis, S Sampaio-Dias
Journalism Studies 22 (12), 1608-1626, 2021
12021
" Go back to your student politics"? Momentum, the digital campaign, and what comes next
J Dennis, S Sampaio-Dias
UK Election Analysis 2019: Media, Voters and the Campaign: Early Reflections …, 2019
12019
United by what divides us: 38 Degrees and the EU Referendum
J Dennis
EU Referendum Analysis 2016: Media, Voters and the Campaign, 100, 2016
12016
It's better to light a candle than to fantasize about a sun: social media, political participation and slacktivism in Britain
JW Dennis
Royal Holloway University of London, 2016
12016
Zombies on the high street: 38 Degrees and the ‘Save Our NHS’ campaign
JW Dennis
Bournemouth University, 2015
12015
38 Degrees
J Dennis
The Civic Media Project, 2015
12015
Click here to save the world? rethinking slacktivism and digital participation
JW Dennis
12014
‘Slaughterhouse cattle are treated better than this’: Exploring the salience of everyday nationhood at British airports
C Leddy-Owen, J Dennis, N Siklodi
Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2022
2022
Book review: Social Media, Parties, and Political Inequalities
J Dennis
Party Politics 25 (1), 91-92, 2019
2019
After the party-what can political parties learn from 38 Degrees
JW Dennis
2014
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