Matthew A. Shapiro
Matthew A. Shapiro
Associate Professor of Political Science, Illinois Institute of Technology
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What's congress doing on twitter?
L Hemphill, J Otterbacher, M Shapiro
Proceedings of the 2013 conference on Computer supported cooperative work …, 2013
Doing what others do: Norms, science, and collective action on global warming
T Bolsen, TJ Leeper, MA Shapiro
American Politics Research 42 (1), 65-89, 2014
The US news media, polarization on climate change, and pathways to effective communication
T Bolsen, MA Shapiro
Environmental Communication 12 (2), 149-163, 2018
More than entertainment: YouTube and public responses to the science of global warming and climate change
MA Shapiro, HW Park
Social Science Information 54 (1), 115-145, 2015
Politicians and the Policy Agenda: Does Use of Twitter by the U.S. Congress Direct New York Times Content?
MA Shapiro, L Hemphill
Policy & internet 9 (1), 109-132, 2017
Carbon reporting: does it matter?
M Haigh, MA Shapiro
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2012
Quantifying the national innovation system: inter-regional collaboration networks in South Korea
MA Shapiro, M So, H Woo Park
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 22 (7), 845-857, 2010
The Triple Helix paradigm in Korea: A test for new forms of capital
M Shapiro
International Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Development 6 …, 2007
Climate change and YouTube: Deliberation potential in post-video discussions
MA Shapiro, HW Park
Environmental Communication 12 (1), 115-131, 2018
Air quality and acid deposition impacts of local emissions and transboundary air pollution in Japan and South Korea
SHL Yim, Y Gu, MA Shapiro, B Stephens
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19 (20), 13309-13323, 2019
Interacting or Just Acting?-A Case Study of European, Korean, and American Politicians' Interactions with the Public on Twitter
J Otterbacher, MA Shapiro, L Hemphill
Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia 12 (1), 5-20, 2013
Strategic framing and persuasive messaging to influence climate change perceptions and decisions
T Bolsen, MA Shapiro
Oxford research encyclopedia of climate science, 2017
Tweeting vertically? Elected officials’ interactions with citizens on Twitter
J Otterbacher, MA Shapiro, L Hemphill
CeDEM (Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government) Asia 2012, 2012
Regionalism's challenge to the pollution haven hypothesis: a study of Northeast Asia and China
MA Shapiro
The Pacific Review 27 (1), 27-47, 2014
Receiving information at Korean and Taiwanese universities, industry, and GRIs
MA Shapiro
Scientometrics 90 (1), 289-309, 2012
Regional development in South Korea: accounting for research area in centrality and networks
MA Shapiro, HW Park
Scientometrics 90 (1), 271-287, 2012
Transboundary air pollution in Northeast Asia: The political economy of yellow dust, particulate matter, and PM2. 5
MA Shapiro
Korean Economic Institute of America 19, 2016
Doing what I say: connecting congressional social media behavior and congressional voting
MA Shapiro, L Hemphill, J Otterbacher
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science …, 2012
Establishing Green Regionalism
MA Shapiro
Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia 13 (2), 41-56, 2014
Korean perceptions of transboundary air pollution and domestic coal development: Two framing experiments
MA Shapiro, T Bolsen
Energy Policy 126, 333-342, 2019
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