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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 17, Number 10, 26 November 2014

Editorial Board
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Promoting online deliberation quality: cognitive cues matter
pp. 1177-1195(19)
Authors: Manosevitch, Edith; Steinfeld, Nili; Lev-On, Azi

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Living in an age of online incivility: examining the conditional indirect effects of online discussion on political flaming
pp. 1196-1211(16)
Authors: Hmielowski, Jay D.; Hutchens, Myiah J.; Cicchirillo, Vincent J.

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Protests by the young and digitally restless: the means, motives, and opportunities of anti-government demonstrations
pp. 1228-1249(22)
Authors: Ang, Adrian U.; Dinar, Shlomi; Lucas, Russell E.

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Pacts with Twitter. Predicting voters' indecision and preferences for coalitions in multiparty systems
pp. 1280-1297(18)
Authors: Guerrero-Solé, Frederic; Corominas-Murtra, Bernat; Lopez-Gonzalez, Hibai

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The social media president: Barack Obama and the politics of digital engagement
pp. 1298-1300(3)
Author: Baldwin-Philippi, Jessica

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Big data: a revolution that will transform how we live, work, and think
pp. 1300-1302(3)
Author: Armstrong, Katharine

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Demanding the impossible
pp. 1304-1305(2)
Author: Rousselle, Duane

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