Deen Freelon
Deen Freelon
Presidential Professor, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania
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Opening closed regimes: what was the role of social media during the Arab Spring?
PN Howard, A Duffy, D Freelon, MM Hussain, W Mari, M Maziad
Available at SSRN 2595096, 2011
ReCal: Intercoder reliability calculation as a web service
DG Freelon
International Journal of Internet Science 5 (1), 20-33, 2010
Beyond the hashtags:# Ferguson,# Blacklivesmatter, and the online struggle for offline justice
D Freelon, CD McIlwain, M Clark
Center for Media & Social Impact, American University, Forthcoming, 2016
Communicating civic engagement: Contrasting models of citizenship in the youth web sphere
WL Bennett, C Wells, D Freelon
Journal of communication 61 (5), 835-856, 2011
ReCal OIR: ordinal, interval, and ratio intercoder reliability as a web service.
D Freelon
International journal of internet science 8 (1), 2013
Disinformation as political communication
D Freelon, C Wells
Political communication 37 (2), 145-156, 2020
Computational social science: Obstacles and opportunities
DMJ Lazer, A Pentland, DJ Watts, S Aral, S Athey, N Contractor, ...
Science 369 (6507), 1060-1062, 2020
Quantifying the power and consequences of social media protest
D Freelon, C McIlwain, M Clark
New media & society 20 (3), 990-1011, 2018
Blogs and Bullets II: New Media and Conflict after the Arab Spring
S Aday, H Farrell, M Lynch, J Sides, D Freelon
Technical report, United States Institute of Peace, 2012
Analyzing online political discussion using three models of democratic communication
DG Freelon
New Media & Society 12 (7), 1172-1190, 2010
Computational research in the post-API age
D Freelon
Political Communication 35 (4), 665-668, 2018
Supporting reflective public thought with considerit
T Kriplean, J Morgan, D Freelon, A Borning, L Bennett
Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative …, 2012
Syria's socially mediated civil war
M Lynch, D Freelon, S Aday
Universitäts-und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt, 2014
Assessing the Russian Internet Research Agency’s impact on the political attitudes and behaviors of American Twitter users in late 2017
CA Bail, B Guay, E Maloney, A Combs, DS Hillygus, F Merhout, D Freelon, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 117 (1), 243-250, 2020
False equivalencies: Online activism from left to right
D Freelon, A Marwick, D Kreiss
Science 369 (6508), 1197-1201, 2020
Discourse architecture, ideology, and democratic norms in online political discussion
D Freelon
New media & society 17 (5), 772-791, 2015
Of big birds and bayonets: Hybrid Twitter interactivity in the 2012 presidential debates
D Freelon, D Karpf
Information, Communication & Society 18 (4), 390-406, 2015
On the interpretation of digital trace data in communication and social computing research
D Freelon
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 58 (1), 59-75, 2014
Changing citizen identity and the rise of a participatory media culture
WL Bennett, D Freelon, C Wells
Handbook of research on civic engagement in youth, 393-423, 2010
Watching from afar: Media consumption patterns around the Arab Spring
S Aday, H Farrell, D Freelon, M Lynch, J Sides, M Dewar
American Behavioral Scientist 57 (7), 899-919, 2013
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