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Zeynep Tufekci
Zeynep Tufekci
University of North Carolina, Princeton CITP, and Harvard Berkman
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Twitter and tear gas: The power and fragility of networked protest
Z Tufekci
Yale University Press, 2017
22902017
Social Media and the Decision to Participate in Political Protest: Observations From Tahrir Square
Z Tufekci, C Wilson
Journal of Communication 62 (2), 363-379, 2012
22692012
Can you see me now? Audience and disclosure regulation in online social network sites
Z Tufekci
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 28 (1), 20-36, 2008
15442008
An evidence review of face masks against COVID-19
J Howard, A Huang, Z Li, Z Tufekci, V Zdimal, HM Van Der Westhuizen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (4), e2014564118, 2021
12032021
Big Questions for Social Media Big Data: Representativeness, Validity and Other Methodological Pitfalls
Z Tufekci
Proceedings of the Eigth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social …, 2014
10612014
Airborne transmission of respiratory viruses
CC Wang, KA Prather, J Sznitman, JL Jimenez, SS Lakdawala, Z Tufekci, ...
Science 373 (6558), eabd9149, 2021
9982021
Ten scientific reasons in support of airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2
T Greenhalgh, JL Jimenez, KA Prather, Z Tufekci, D Fisman, R Schooley
The lancet 397 (10285), 1603-1605, 2021
9442021
Grooming, gossip, Facebook and MySpace: What can we learn about these sites from those who won't assimilate?
Z Tufekci
Information, Communication & Society 11 (4), 544-564, 2008
9312008
Engineering the public: Big data, surveillance and computational politics
Z Tufekci
First Monday, 2014
5952014
YouTube, the great radicalizer
Z Tufekci
The New York Times 10 (3), 2018, 2018
5272018
Algorithmic harms beyond Facebook and Google: Emergent challenges of computational agency
Z Tufekci
Colo. Tech. LJ 13, 203, 2015
5002015
Face Masks Against COVID-19: An Evidence Review. doi: 10.20944/preprints202004. 0203. v1
J Howard, A Huang, Z Li, Z Tufekci, V Zdimal, H Westhuizen, AW Rimoin
Visitado el 7 (05), 2020
474*2020
“Not this one” social movements, the attention economy, and microcelebrity networked activism
Z Tufekci
American behavioral scientist 57 (7), 848-870, 2013
4582013
Social movements and governments in the digital age: Evaluating a complex landscape
Z Tufekci
Journal of International Affairs, 1-18, 2014
2472014
How social media took us from Tahrir Square to Donald Trump
Z Tufekci
MIT Technology Review 14, 18, 2018
1722018
The medium and the movement: Digital tools, social movement politics, and the end of the free rider problem
Z Tufekci
Policy & Internet 6 (2), 202-208, 2014
1442014
Human no more: Digital subjectivities, unhuman subjects, and the end of anthropology
NL Whitehead, M Wesch
University Press of Colorado, 2012
1132012
It’s the (democracy-poisoning) golden age of free speech
Z Tufekci
Wired 16 (01), 2018, 2018
1042018
Inequity in the technopolis: Race, class, gender, and the digital divide in Austin
J Straubhaar, J Spence, Z Tufekci, RG Lentz
University of Texas Press, 2012
1042012
Old wine in a new technology, or a different type of digital divide?
SR Cotten, WA Anderson, Z Tufekci
New media & society 11 (7), 1163-1186, 2009
952009
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