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Alexandra A. Siegel
Alexandra A. Siegel
Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Boulder
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Social media, political polarization, and political disinformation: A review of the scientific literature
JA Tucker, A Guess, P Barberá, C Vaccari, A Siegel, S Sanovich, D Stukal, ...
Political polarization, and political disinformation: a review of the …, 2018
767*2018
How Saudi crackdowns fail to silence online dissent
J Pan, AA Siegel
American Political Science Review 114 (1), 109-125, 2020
822020
Online Hate Speech
AA Siegel
Social Media and Democracy: The State of the Field, Prospects for Reform, 56-88, 2020
652020
Can exposure to celebrities reduce prejudice? The effect of Mohamed Salah on islamophobic behaviors and attitudes
W MARBLE, S MOUSA, AA SIEGEL
American Political Science Review 115 (4), 1111-1128, 2021
64*2021
Sunni-Shia Conflict and Cooperation in the Digital Age
A Siegel
Beyond Sunni and Shia, 2018
60*2018
Trumping hate on twitter? Online Hate Speech in the 2016 US Election Campaign and its Aftermath
AA Siegel, E Nikitin, P Barbera, J Sterling, B Pullen, R Bonneau, J Nagler, ...
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 16 (1), 2019
52*2019
Sectarian twitter wars: Sunni-Shia conflict and cooperation in the digital age
A Siegel
Carnegie endowment for international peace 20, 8, 2015
492015
#No2Sectarianism: Experimental Approaches to Reducing Sectarian Hate Speech Online
AA Siegel, V Badaan
American Political Science Review, 2020
452020
The Islamic State’s information warfare: Measuring the success of ISIS’s online strategy
AA Siegel, JA Tucker
Journal of language and politics 17 (2), 258-280, 2018
322018
Tweeting Beyond Tahrir: Ideological Diversity and Political Intolerance in Egyptian Twitter Networks
AA Siegel, J Nagler, R Bonneau, JA Tucker
World Politics 73 (2), 243-274, 2021
202021
Socially Mediated Sectarianism
A Siegel, J Tucker, J Nagler, R Bonneau
192017
When state-sponsored media goes viral: Russia’s use of RT to shape global discourse on Syria
MM Metzger, AA Siegel
Working paper, 2019
82019
Kingdom of trolls? Influence operations in the Saudi Twittersphere
C Barrie, AA Siegel
Journal of Quantitative Description 1, 1-41, 2021
62021
In-House Vs. Outsourced Trolls: How Digital Mercenaries Shape State Influence Strategies
R DiResta, S Grossman, A Siegel
Political Communication, 1-32, 2022
42022
Identifying Opportunities to Improve the Network of Immigration Legal Services Providers
V Yasenov, D Hausman, M Hotard, D Lawrence, A Siegel, JS Wolff, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2008.02230, 2020
42020
Using social media data to study Arab politics
A Siegel
APSA MENA Politics Section: MENA Politics Newsletter 2 (2), 33-36, 2019
42019
Does Twitter bridge the Sunni-Shiite divide or make it worse?
A Siegel
Washington Post, 2016
32016
Here’s what we can learn from how Twitter responded to Paris
A Siegel
Washington Post, 2015
32015
How Threats of Exclusion Mobilize Palestinian Political Participation
CM Weiss, A A. Siegel, D Romney
American Journal of Political Science, 2022
12022
New Media and Islamist Mobilization in Egypt
AA Siegel
The Oxford Handbook of Politics in Muslim Societies, 2020
12020
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