Kevin M. Wagner
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Tweeting to power: The social media revolution in American politics
J Gainous, KM Wagner
Oxford University Press, 2014
Gender and the digital divide in Latin America
TJ Gray, J Gainous, KM Wagner
Social Science Quarterly 98 (1), 326-340, 2017
Rebooting American politics: The internet revolution
J Gainous, KM Wagner
Rowman & Littlefield, 2011
Traditional Cleavages or a New World: Does Online Social Networking Bridge the Political Participation Divide?
K Wagner, J Gainous, A Marlowe
International Journal of Politics Culture and Society, 2013
I am woman, hear me tweet! Gender differences in Twitter use among congressional candidates
KM Wagner, J Gainous, MR Holman
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 38 (4), 430-455, 2017
Electronic grassroots: does online campaigning work?
KM Wagner, J Gainous
The Journal of Legislative Studies 15 (4), 502-520, 2009
Digital media and political opposition in authoritarian systems: Russia’s 2011 and 2016 Duma elections
J Gainous, KM Wagner, CE Ziegler
Democratization 25 (2), 209-226, 2018
Digital uprising: the internet revolution in the middle east
KM Wagner, J Gainous
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10 (3), 261-275, 2013
Internet freedom and social media effects: Democracy and citizen attitudes in Latin America
J Gainous, K Wagner, T Gray
Online information review 40 (5), 712-738, 2016
Civic disobedience: does internet use stimulate political unrest in East Asia?
J Gainous, KM Wagner, JP Abbott
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 12 (2), 219-236, 2015
Critical social media information flows: political trust and protest behaviour among Kazakhstani college students
A Bekmagambetov, KM Wagner, J Gainous, Z Sabitov, A Rodionov, ...
Central Asian Survey 37 (4), 526-545, 2018
Economic and social consequences of COVID-19 and mental health burden among Latinx young adults during the 2020 pandemic.
AP Villatoro, KM Wagner, VN Salgado de Snyder, D Garcia, AA Walsdorf, ...
Journal of Latinx Psychology 10 (1), 25, 2022
Active vs. passive social media engagement with critical information: Protest behavior in two Asian countries
J Gainous, JP Abbott, KM Wagner
The International Journal of Press/Politics 26 (2), 464-483, 2021
Traditional Versus Internet Media in a Restricted Information Environment: How Trust in the Medium Matters
J Gainous, JP Abbott, KM Wagner
Political Behavior, 1-22, 2018
Bayesian inference in public administration research: Substantive differences from somewhat different assumptions
K Wagner, J Gill
International Journal of Public Administration 28 (1-2), 5-35, 2005
The Electronic Ballot Box: A Rational Voting Model for Class, Age, and Racial Bias
J Gainous, K Wagner
The American Review of Politics 28 (Spring), 19-35, 2007
State parties 2.0: Facebook, campaigns, and elections
M Bekafigo, D Cohen, J Gainous, K Wagner
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and society 9 (1), 99, 2013
Gender differences in critical digital political engagement in China: The consequences for protest attitudes
KM Wagner, J Gainous, JP Abbott
Social Science Computer Review 39 (2), 211-225, 2021
Is the equalization/normalization lens dead? Social media campaigning in US congressional elections
J Gainous, A Segal, K Wagner
Online Information Review 42 (5), 718-731, 2018
Emotional reactions and coping of Mexican mixed‐status immigrant families in anticipation of the 2016 presidential election
CR Valdez, KM Wagner, LP Minero
Family process 60 (2), 623-638, 2021
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