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- The welfare effects of social media
- Social media and mental health
- Social media, news consumption and polarisation
- Homophily, group size and the diffusion of political information in social networks
- Political implications of the rise of mobile broadband internet
- Mobile internet and the rise of communitarian politics
- The effect of social media on elections: Evidence from the United States
- Politics 2.0: The multifaceted effect of broadband internet on political participation
- New technologies and political competition: The impact of social media communication on political contributions
- Social media and protest participation: Evidence from Russia
- Social media and mobilisation
- Liberation technology: Mobile phones and political mobilisation in Africa
- Social media and Xenophobia: Evidence from Russia
- Can social media spur offline hatred?
- The political economy of social media in China
- Social media in autocracies
- Social media and legacy media
- Contagion from social media to mainstream media