Kim Strandberg
Kim Strandberg
Social science research institute, Åbo Akademy University
Verified email at abo.fi
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A social media revolution or just a case of history repeating itself? The use of social media in the 2011 Finnish parliamentary elections
K Strandberg
New Media & Society 15 (8), 1329-1347, 2013
1992013
Riding the Web 2.0 wave: Candidates on YouTube in the 2007 Finnish national elections
T Carlson, K Strandberg
Journal of information technology & politics 5 (2), 159-174, 2008
1192008
Public deliberation goes on-line? An analysis of citizens’ political discussions on the Internet prior to the Finnish parliamentary elections in 2007
K Strandberg
Javnost-the public 15 (1), 71-89, 2008
1142008
Public deliberation goes on-line? An analysis of citizens’ political discussions on the Internet prior to the Finnish parliamentary elections in 2007
K Strandberg
Javnost-the public 15 (1), 71-89, 2008
1142008
Online campaigning: an opening for the outsiders? An analysis of Finnish parliamentary candidates' websites in the 2003 election campaign
K Strandberg
New Media & Society 11 (5), 835-854, 2009
862009
Online campaigning: an opening for the outsiders? An analysis of Finnish parliamentary candidates' websites in the 2003 election campaign
K Strandberg
New Media & Society 11 (5), 835-854, 2009
862009
Online electoral competition in different settings: A comparative meta-analysis of the research on party websites and online electoral competition
K Strandberg
Party politics 14 (2), 223-244, 2008
732008
The 2004 European parliament election on the web: Finnish actor strategies and voter responses
T Carlson, K Strandberg
Information Polity 10 (3, 4), 189-204, 2005
732005
Parties, candidates and citizens on-line: Studies of politics on the Internet
K Strandberg
Åbo Akademis förlag-Åbo Akademi University Press, 2006
542006
Online Newspapers’ Readers’ Comments-Democratic Conversation Platforms or Virtual Soapboxes?
K Strandberg, J Berg
Comunicação e Sociedade 23, 132-152, 2013
452013
Do discussions in like-minded groups necessarily lead to more extreme opinions? Deliberative democracy and group polarization
K Strandberg, S Himmelroos, K Grönlund
International Political Science Review 40 (1), 41-57, 2019
422019
Online deliberation and its outcome—evidence from the virtual polity experiment
K Strandberg, K Grönlund
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 9 (2), 167-184, 2012
392012
Designing for democracy?: An experimental study comparing the outcomes of citizen discussions in online forums with those of online discussions in a forum designed according to …
K Strandberg
European Political Science Review 7 (3), 451-474, 2015
252015
Sosiaalisen median vallankumous? Ehdokkaat, valitsijat ja sosiaalinen media vuoden 2011 eduskuntavaaleissa
K Strandberg
Muutosvaalit, 79-93, 2011
252011
Taking risks in social media campaigning: The early adoption of blogging by candidates
T Carlson, G Djupsund, K Strandberg
Scandinavian Political Studies 37 (1), 21-40, 2014
232014
Online deliberation: Theory and practice in virtual mini-publics
K Strandberg, K Grönlund
Deliberative mini-publics: Involving citizens in the democratic process, 93-113, 2014
172014
Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose? The evolution of Finnish Web campaigning 1996–2004’
T Carlson, K Strandberg
Communicating Politics. Political Communication in the Nordic Countries …, 2008
172008
The European Parliament election in a candidate-centered electoral system
T Carlson, K Strandberg
The Internet and national elections: A comparative study of web campaigning …, 2007
132007
``Town Hall" Meetings for the Masses or``Social Clubs" for the Motivated?-A Study of Citizens' Discussions on the Internet
K Strandberg
World Political Science 1 (1), 2006
132006
Parties, candidates and citizens on-line
K Strandberg
Studies of Politics on the Internet. Åbo, 2006
122006
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