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- Chaudhry, I., & Gruzd, A. (2018). Expressing and Challenging Racist Discourse on
Facebook: How Social Media Weaken the “Spiral of Silence” Theory. Policy & Internet (online first). https://doi.org/10.1002/poi3.197
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- Gruzd, A. & Tsyganova, K. (2015), Information wars and online activism during the
2013/2014 crisis in Ukraine: Examining the social structures of Pro- and Anti-Maidan
groups. Policy & Internet 7(2): 121-158. DOI: 10.1002/poi3.91
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- Esteve Del Valle, M., Wanless-Berk, A., Gruzd, A., and Mai, P. (2018). I Click, Therefore I
am: Predicting Clicktivist-like Actions on Candidates’ Facebook Posts During the 2016 U.S.
Primary Election. In Networks, Hacking, and Media – [email protected]: Now and Then and
Tomorrow (Studies in Media and Communications, Volume 17) Emerald Publishing
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the 2014 Euromaidan Revolution in Ukraine. In Sloan, L., & Quan-Haase, A. (Eds.). The
SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods.
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analyze social media data: A case study of the use of Twitter during the 2014 Euromaidan
Revolution in Ukraine. In Sloan, L., & Quan-Haase, A. (Eds.). The SAGE Handbook of
Social Media Research Methods, pp. 513-529
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Examination of Presence and Purpose. In M. Z. Sobaci (Ed.), Social Media and Local
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Primary Election. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social Media &
Society (#SMSociety’18). ACM, New York, NY, USA. DOI:
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Donald Trump’s Campaign Videos on YouTube. In Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii
International Conference on System Sciences. Available at
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Networks among Members of Politically Motivated Online Groups. In Proceedings of the
Internet, Policy & Politics Conference, September 22-23, 2016, Oxford Internet Institute,
University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Available at http://ipp.oii.ox.ac.uk/2016/programme-
- Kumar, P., Gruzd, A., Mai, P. (2018) Mapping out Violence Against Women and Girls
(VAWG) on Twitter: Case of India. The 2018 Association of Internet Researchers
Conference, October 11, 2018, Montreal, QC.
- Boichak, O. & Gruzd, A. (2018). Mobilizing Diasporas: Mapping Transnational Relief
Efforts in the Social Media Age. The Internet, Policy & Politics Conference, September 20-
21, 2018, Oxford, UK.
- Gruzd, A. (2016). Who Are We Modelling: Bots or Humans? In Proceedings of the 25th
International Conference Companion on World Wide Web (pp. 551–551).
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Internet, Politics, Policy 2012: Big Data, Big Challenges? September 20–21, 2012,
University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
- Gruzd, A. (2012). Examining Polarization in Political Social Media: A Case of Twitter and
the 2011 Canadian Federal Election. Proceedings of the 40th Canadian Association for
Information Science conference, May 30 – June 2, 2012, Waterloo, O.N., Canada.
- Kumar, P., Gruzd, A., & Mai, P. (2018). Mapping out Violence Against Women (VAW) on
Twitter: The Case of India. Poster presented at the European Symposium Series on Societal
Challenges in Computational Social Science (#eurocss), December 5 – 7, 2018. Cologne,
- Gruzd, A. (2015). The Use of Twitter during the 2014 Crisis in Ukraine: A Tale of Three
Languages. Poster presented at the International Conference on Twitter for Research, April
24, 2015, Lyon, France.