Luigi Curini
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Every tweet counts? How sentiment analysis of social media can improve our knowledge of citizens’ political preferences with an application to Italy and France
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus, G Porro
New media & society 16 (2), 340-358, 2014
Satisfaction with democracy and the winner/loser debate: The role of policy preferences and past experience
L Curini, W Jou, V Memoli
British Journal of Political Science 42 (2), 241-261, 2012
Using sentiment analysis to monitor electoral campaigns: Method matters—evidence from the United States and Italy
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Social Science Computer Review 33 (1), 3-20, 2015
Missing links in party-system polarization: How institutions and voters matter
L Curini, A Hino
The Journal of Politics 74 (2), 460-473, 2012
Social Media e Sentiment Analysis: L'evoluzione dei fenomeni sociali attraverso la Rete
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Springer Science & Business Media, 2014
First-and second-level agenda setting in the Twittersphere: An application to the Italian political debate
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 13 (2), 159-174, 2016
Politics and big data: Nowcasting and forecasting elections with social media
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Routledge, 2016
iSA: A fast, scalable and accurate algorithm for sentiment analysis of social media content
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Information Sciences 367, 105-124, 2016
Corruption, ideology, and populism: The rise of valence political campaigning
L Curini
Springer, 2017
Measuring idiosyncratic happiness through the analysis of Twitter: An application to the Italian case
L Curini, S Iacus, L Canova
Social Indicators Research 121, 525-542, 2015
ISIS and heritage destruction: A sentiment analysis
E Cunliffe, L Curini
Antiquity 92 (364), 1094-1111, 2018
Experts’ political preferences and their impact on ideological bias: An unfolding analysis based on a Benoit-Laver expert survey
L Curini
Party Politics 16 (3), 299-321, 2010
The SAGE handbook of research methods in political science and international relations
L Curini, R Franzese
Sage, 2020
Government survival the Italian way: The core and the advantages of policy immobilism during the First Republic
L Curini
European Journal of Political Research 50 (1), 110-142, 2011
Ideological proximity and valence competition. Negative campaigning through allegation of corruption in the Italian legislative arena from 1946 to 1994
L Curini, P Martelli
Electoral Studies 29 (4), 636-647, 2010
I partiti della Prima Repubblica: governi e maggioranze dalla Costituente a Tangentopoli
L Curini, P Martelli
Carocci, 2009
Testing the law-making theories in a parliamentary democracy: A roll call analysis of the Italian chamber of deputies (1988–2008)
L Curini, F Zucchini
Reform processes and policy change: Veto players and decision-making in …, 2011
Italian law-making archive: a new tool for the analysis of the Italian legislative process
E Borghetto, L Curini, M Giuliani, A Pellegata, F Zucchini
Rivista italiana di scienza politica 42 (3), 481-502, 2012
A case of valence competition in elections: Parties’ emphasis on corruption in electoral manifestos
L Curini, P Martelli
Party Politics 21 (5), 686-698, 2015
Why Policy Representation Matters: The consequences of ideological proximity between citizens and their governments
L Curini, W Jou, V Memoli
Routledge, 2015
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