Lauren Copeland
Lauren Copeland
Associate Director of the Community Research Institute and Assistant Professor of Political Science
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Political Consumerism: Civic Engagement and the Social Media Connection
BB Homero Gil de Z˙˝iga, Lauren Copeland
New Media & Society, 2013
219*2013
Conceptualizing political consumerism: How citizenship norms differentiate boycotting from buycotting
L Copeland
Political studies 62, 172-186, 2014
1322014
Digital media and traditional political participation over time in the US
B Bimber, L Copeland
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10 (2), 125-137, 2013
1152013
Value change and political action: Postmaterialism, political consumerism, and political participation
L Copeland
American Politics Research 42 (2), 257-282, 2014
1102014
Digital media and political participation: The moderating role of political interest across acts and over time
B Bimber, MC Cunill, L Copeland, R Gibson
Social science computer review 33 (1), 21-42, 2015
972015
Networked publics: How connective social media use facilitates political consumerism among LGBT Americans
AB Becker, L Copeland
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 13 (1), 22-36, 2016
352016
Routing around organizations: Self-directed political consumption
J Earl, L Copeland, B Bimber
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 22 (2), 131-153, 2017
262017
Digital media and political participation over time in the US: Contingency and ubiquity
B Bimber, L Copeland
Annual Meeting of the European Consortium for Political Research, 2011
262011
Variation in the relationship between digital media use and political participation in US elections over time, 1996–2012: Does Obama’s reelection change the picture?
L Copeland, B Bimber
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 12 (1), 74-87, 2015
242015
Beyond the base? Political parties, citizen activists, and digital media use in the 2009 German federal election campaign
L Copeland, A R÷mmele
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 11 (2), 169-185, 2014
242014
The influence of citizenship norms and media use on different modes of political participation in the US
L Copeland, JT Feezell
Political Studies 65 (4), 805-823, 2017
192017
Collective action frames, advocacy organizations, and protests over same-sex marriage
L Copeland, A Hasell, B Bimber
International Journal of Communication 10, 23, 2016
132016
Political consumerism: A meta-analysis
L Copeland, S Boulianne
International Political Science Review, 0192512120905048, 2020
112020
The influence of environmentalism on attitudes toward local agriculture and urban expansion
DA Cleveland, L Copeland, G Glasgow, MV McGinnis, ERAN Smith
Society & natural resources 29 (1), 88-103, 2016
102016
Consumer political action on climate change
L Copeland, E Smith
Changing climate politics: US policies and civic action, 2014
82014
Political Consumerism: Boycotting, Buycottting, and the Expansion of Political Participation in the United States
L Copeland
Ninth Annual California Graduate Student Conference, Center for the Study ofá…, 2013
62013
Political consumerism: ethics, participation and civic engagement
L Copeland, L Atkinson
Ethics and morality in consumption: Interdisciplinary perspectives, 171-188, 2016
52016
Voting at the Ballot Box and in the Marketplace during the 2016 US Presidential Election
L Copeland, AB Becker
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (4), 767-778, 2019
32019
Beyond the Base? Political Parties, Citizen Activists, and Digital Media Use in the 2009 German Federal Election Campaign
A R÷mmele, L Copeland
32013
When the President Tweets: Exploring the Normative Tensions of Contemporary Presidential Communication
JM Scacco, L Copeland, AB Becker, J Berger
International Journal of Communication 14, 24, 2020
12020
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