We’re still compiling a full list of our publications. In the meantime, here are some highlights.

Giglietto, F., Righetti, N., Marino, G., & Rossi, L. (2019). Multi-party media partisanship attention score. Estimating partisan attention of news media sources using Twitter data in the lead-up to 2018 Italian electionComunicazione politica20(1), 85-108.

Iannelli, L., Giglietto, F., Rossi, L., & Zurovac, E. (2018). Facebook digital traces for survey research: Assessing the efficiency and effectiveness of a Facebook Ad–based procedure for recruiting online survey respondents in niche and difficult-to-reach populationsSocial Science Computer Review, 0894439318816638.

Jensen, M. S., Neumayer, C., & Rossi, L. (2018). ‘Brussels will land on its feet like a cat’: motivations for memefying #BrusselslockdownInformation, Communication & Society, 1-17.

Kammer, A. (2018). Digital journalistik. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur.

Kammer, A. (2018). “Researching Affordances“. In: Jeremy Hunsinger, Lisbeth Klastrup & Matthew M. Allen (eds.), Second International Handbook of Internet Research, Dodrecht: Springer.

Mortensen, M., Neumayer, C., & Poell, T. (eds, 2019). Social Media Materialities and Protest: Critical Reflections. London: Routledge.

Neumayer, C., & Rossi, L. (2018). Images of protest in social media: Struggle over visibility and visual narrativesNew Media & Society20(11), 4293-4310.

Olsen, R. K., Kammer, A., & Solvoll, M. K. (2019). “Paywalls’ Impact on Local News Websites’ Traffic and Their Civic and Business Implications“, Journalism Studies.

Sjøvaag, H., Stavelin, E., Karlsson, M., & Kammer, A. (2019). The Hyperlinked Scandinavian News Ecology. The unequal terms forged by the structural properties of digitalisation. Digital Journalism, 7(4), 507-531.