Girish J. Gulati
Girish J. Gulati
Professor of Political Science, Bentley University
Verified email at bentley.edu
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Social networks in political campaigns: Facebook and the 2006 midterm elections
CB Williams, GJ Gulati
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association 1 (1), 49-62, 2007
2872007
Social networks in political campaigns: Facebook and the congressional elections of 2006 and 2008
CB Williams, GJJ Gulati
New Media & Society 15 (1), 52-71, 2013
2582013
Closing the gap, raising the bar: Candidate web site communication in the 2006 campaigns for congress
GJ Gulati, CB Williams
Social science computer review 25 (4), 443-465, 2007
1762007
What is a social network worth? Facebook and vote share in the 2008 presidential primaries
C Williams, G Gulati
American Political Science Association, 2008
1582008
News coverage of political campaigns
GJ Gulati, MR Just, AN Crigler
Handbook of political communication research, 237-256, 2004
150*2004
Social media and campaign 2012: Developments and trends for Facebook adoption
GJ Gulati, CB Williams
Social Science Computer Review 31 (5), 577-588, 2013
1242013
Congressional candidates' use of YouTube in 2008: Its frequency and rationale
GJ “Jeff” Gulati, CB Williams
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 7 (2-3), 93-109, 2010
1132010
Congressional candidates' use of YouTube in 2008: Its frequency and rationale
GJ “Jeff” Gulati, CB Williams
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 7 (2-3), 93-109, 2010
1132010
Communicating with constituents in 140 characters or less: Twitter and the diffusion of technology innovation in the United States Congress
J Gulati, CB Williams
Available at SSRN 1628247, 2010
1112010
Members of Congress and presentation of self on the World Wide Web
GJ Gulati
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 9 (1), 22-40, 2004
1112004
The political impact of Facebook: Evidence from the 2006 midterm elections and 2008 nomination contest
CB Williams, G Gulati
Politics and Technology Review 1 (1), 11-24, 2008
982008
Blogging across the disciplines: Integrating technology to enhance liberal learning
A Davi, M Frydenberg, GJ Gulati
MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and teaching 3 (3), 222-233, 2007
892007
Facebook grows up: An empirical assessment of its role in the 2008 congressional elections
CB Williams, GJ Gulati
Proceedings from Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago 32, 53, 2009
882009
News frames and story triggers in the media’s coverage of human trafficking
GJ Gulati
Human Rights Review 12 (3), 363-379, 2011
832011
Revisiting the link between electoral competition and policy extremism in the US Congress
GJ Gulati
American Politics Research 32 (5), 495-520, 2004
702004
Different paths to universal access: The impact of policy and regulation on broadband diffusion in the developed and developing worlds
GJ Gulati, DJ Yates
Telecommunications Policy 36 (9), 749-761, 2012
682012
Predictors of on-line services and e-participation: A cross-national comparison
J Girish, CB Williams, DJ Yates
Government Information Quarterly 31 (4), 526-533, 2014
612014
What is a social network worth
C Williams, G Gulati
Facebook and vote share in the, 1-17, 2008
412008
Different paths to broadband access: The impact of governance and policy on broadband diffusion in the developed and developing worlds
DJ Yates, GJ Gulati, JW Weiss
2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1-10, 2011
392011
J., 2007
CB Williams, G Gulati
Social networks in political campaigns: Facebook and, 2006
392006
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