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Samuel C. Woolley
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Computational propaganda: Political parties, politicians, and political manipulation on social media
SC Woolley, PN Howard
Oxford University Press, 2018
6312018
Algorithms, bots, and political communication in the US 2016 election: The challenge of automated political communication for election law and administration
PN Howard, S Woolley, R Calo
Journal of information technology & politics 15 (2), 81-93, 2018
4462018
Automating power: Social bot interference in global politics
SC Woolley
First Monday, 2016
4192016
Political communication, computational propaganda, and autonomous agents: Introduction
SC Woolley, PN Howard
International journal of Communication 10, 2016
3142016
Computational propaganda worldwide: Executive summary
S Woolley, P Howard
Computational Propaganda Project, 2017
2762017
Bots and automation over Twitter during the first US presidential debate
B Kollanyi, PN Howard, SC Woolley
Comprop data memo 1, 1-4, 2016
2432016
Automation, algorithms, and politics| political communication, computational propaganda, and autonomous agents—Introduction
SC Woolley, PN Howard
International Journal of Communication 10, 9, 2016
1902016
Computational propaganda in the United States of America: Manufacturing consensus online
S Woolley, D Guilbeault
Computational Propaganda Project, 2017
1582017
Bots and Automation over Twitter during the US Election
PN Howard, B Kollanyi, S Woolley
Computational propaganda project: Working paper series 21 (8), 2016
872016
How Twitter bots are shaping the election
D Guilbeault, S Woolley
The Atlantic 1, 2016
542016
Introduction: Computational propaganda worldwide
SC Woolley, PN Howard
Computational propaganda: political parties, politicians, and political …, 2019
452019
Bots and computational propaganda: Automation for communication and control
SC Woolley
Social media and democracy: The state of the field, prospects for reform, 89-110, 2020
362020
The reality game: how the next wave of technology will break the truth
S Woolley
Hachette UK, 2020
362020
United States: manufacturing consensus online
SC Woolley, D Guilbeault
Computational propaganda: Political parties, politicians, and political …, 2018
342018
Social media influencers and the 2020 US election: Paying ‘regular people’for digital campaign communication
AM Goodwin, K Joseff, SC Woolley
Center for Media Engagement, 2020
312020
Social Media, Revolution, and the Rise of the Political Bot
SC Woolley, PN Howard
Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security, 2016
312016
Digital propaganda: The power of influencers
SC Woolley
Journal of Democracy 33 (3), 115-129, 2022
282022
Bots and automation over twitter during the second us presidential debate
P Howard, B Kollanyi, S Woolley
COMPROP Data Memos, 2016
282016
Bots and automation over Twitter during the third US presidential debate
B Kollanyi, PN Howard, SC Woolley
Project on Algorithms, Computational Propaganda, and Digital Politics, 2016
242016
Chat apps and cascade logic: A multi-platform perspective on India, Mexico, and the United States
J Gursky, MJ Riedl, K Joseff, S Woolley
Social Media+ Society 8 (2), 20563051221094773, 2022
212022
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