Jennifer Pan
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How Censorship in China Allows Government Criticism but Silences Collective Expression
G King, J Pan, M Roberts
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
17022012
How the Chinese government fabricates social media posts for strategic distraction, not engaged argument
G King, J Pan, ME Roberts
American political science review 111 (3), 484-501, 2017
4812017
Reverse-engineering censorship in China: Randomized experimentation and participant observation
G King, J Pan, ME Roberts
Science 345 (6199), 2014
3232014
Sources of authoritarian responsiveness: A field experiment in China
J Chen, J Pan, Y Xu
American Journal of Political Science 60 (2), 383-400, 2016
2232016
Current progress of China's free ART program
FJ Zhang, P Jennifer, Y Lan, WEN Yi, Z Yan
Cell research 15 (11), 877-882, 2005
1622005
China’s ideological spectrum
J Pan, Y Xu
The Journal of Politics 80 (1), 254-273, 2018
1292018
Conditional receptivity to citizen participation: Evidence from a survey experiment in China
T Meng, J Pan, P Yang
Comparative Political Studies 50 (4), 399-433, 2017
1152017
No! Formal theory, causal inference, and big data are not contradictory trends in political science
BL Monroe, J Pan, ME Roberts, M Sen, B Sinclair
PS, Political Science & Politics 48 (1), 71, 2015
652015
How Chinese officials use the Internet to construct their public image
J Pan
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (2), 197-213, 2019
37*2019
How market dynamics of domestic and foreign social media firms shape strategies of internet censorship
J Pan
Problems of Post-Communism 64 (3-4), 167-188, 2017
352017
Framing and agenda-setting in russian news: a computational analysis of intricate political strategies
A Field, D Kliger, S Wintner, J Pan, D Jurafsky, Y Tsvetkov
arXiv preprint arXiv:1808.09386, 2018
342018
Screenomics: A Framework to Capture and Analyze Personal Life Experiences and the Ways that Technology Shapes Them
B Reeves, N Ram, TN Robinson, JJ Cummings, CL Giles, J Pan, A Chiatti, ...
Human–Computer Interaction, 1-52, 2019
302019
Concealing corruption: How chinese officials distort upward reporting of online grievances
J Pan, K Chen
The American Political Science Review 112 (3), 602-620, 2018
302018
Casm: A deep-learning approach for identifying collective action events with text and image data from social media
H Zhang, J Pan
Sociological Methodology 49 (1), 1-57, 2019
282019
Antiretroviral Therapy for HIV/AIDS and Current Situation of China Free ARV Program [J]
F ZHANG, Y WEN, L YU, Y MA, J PAN, Y ZHAO
Science & Technology Review 7, 006, 2005
232005
China's Newsmakers: Official Media Coverage and Political Shifts in the Xi Jinping Era
K Jaros, J Pan
The China Quarterly 233, 111-136, 2018
22*2018
Initiation of the national free antiretroviral therapy program in rural China
F Zhang, M Hsu, L Yu, Y Wen, J Pan
AIDS and social policy in China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia …, 2006
172006
How Saudi crackdowns fail to silence online dissent
J Pan, AA Siegel
American Political Science Review 114 (1), 109-125, 2020
11*2020
Welfare for Autocrats: How Social Assistance in China Cares for Its Rulers
J Pan
Oxford University Press, USA, 2020
8*2020
Online field experiments
D Muise, J Pan
Asian Journal of Communication 29 (3), 217-234, 2019
62019
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