Denise Wilkins
Denise Wilkins
Postdoc Researcher, Microsoft Research
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All click, no action? Online action, efficacy perceptions, and prior experience combine to affect future collective action
DJ Wilkins, AG Livingstone, M Levine
Computers in Human Behavior 91, 97-105, 2019
Whose tweets? The rhetorical functions of social media use in developing the Black Lives Matter movement
DJ Wilkins, AG Livingstone, M Levine
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (4), 786-805, 2019
Peer-to-peer energy markets: Understanding the values of collective and community trading
DJ Wilkins, R Chitchyan, M Levine
Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems†…, 2020
Exploring Implications of Capacity-Based Electricity Pricing for Peak Demand Reduction
D Schien, C Nolden, C Bird, D Wilkins, KM Ramokapane, C Preist, P Chitti, ...
ICT for Sustainability, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2019
One of us or one of them? How “peripheral” adverts on social media affect the social categorization of sociopolitical message givers.
DJ Wilkins, AG Livingstone, M Levine
Psychology of Popular Media, 2020
Designing AI systems that make organizational knowledge actionable
D Wilkins, S Lindley, M Meijer, R Banks, B Burlin
Interactions 27 (6), 72-75, 2020
Monetize This? Marketized-Commons Platforms, New Opportunities and Challenges for Collective Action
D Wilkins, B Nuseibeh, M Levine
International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 130-147, 2019
Power to the Tweeple? The role of social media in the bridging and setting of boundaries in collective action
DJ Wilkins
University of Exeter, 2018
Psychology of Popular Media
DJ Wilkins, AG Livingstone, M Levine
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