Dr Mariëlle Wijermars
Dr Mariëlle Wijermars
Assistant professor in Cyber-security and politics, Maastricht University
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Memory politics in contemporary Russia: Television, cinema and the state
M Wijermars
Routledge, 2019
Is Telegram a “harbinger of freedom”? The performance, practices, and perception of platforms as political actors in authoritarian states
M Wijermars, T Lokot
Post-Soviet Affairs 38 (1-2), 125-145, 2022
The Palgrave Handbook of Digital Russia Studies
D Gritsenko, M Wijermars, M Kopotev
Russia’s law ‘On news aggregators’: Control the news feed, control the news?
M Wijermars
Journalism 22 (12), 2938–2954, 2021
Introduction: Freedom of Expression in Russia’s New Mediasphere
M Wijermars, K Lehtisaari
Freedom of Expression in Russia’s New Mediasphere, 1-14, 2020
Can filter bubbles protect information freedom? Discussions of algorithmic news recommenders in Eastern Europe
M Makhortykh, M Wijermars
Digital Journalism 11 (9), 1597-1621, 2023
Selling internet control: the framing of the Russian ban of messaging app Telegram
M Wijermars
Information, Communication & Society 25 (15), 2190-2206, 2022
A story of (non) compliance, bias, and conspiracies: How Google and Yandex represented Smart Voting during the 2021 parliamentary elections in Russia
M Makhortykh, A Urman, M Wijermars
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review 3 (2), 1-16, 2022
The Digitalization of Russian Politics and Political Participation
M Wijermars
The Palgrave Handbook of Digital Russia Studies, 15-32, 2021
There’s more to Belarus’s ‘Telegram Revolution’than a cellphone app
A Herasimenka, T Lokot, O Onuch, M Wijermars
The Washington Post - Monkey Cage Blog, 2020
Memory politics beyond the political domain: Historical legitimation of the power vertical in contemporary Russian television
M Wijermars
Problems of Post-Communism 63 (2), 84-93, 2016
How to Reach Nirvana: Yandex, News Personalisation, and the Future of Russian Journalistic Media
O Dovbysh, M Wijermars, M Makhortykh
Digital Journalism 10 (10), 1855-1874, 2022
Project ‘1917–Free history’: Reliving the Russian revolution in the digital age
M Wijermars
Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media (digitalicons …, 2018
Forget Memory: Aleksei Navalnyi’s LiveJournal and the Memory Discourse of the Protest Movement (2011–2012)’
H Stähle, M Wijermars
Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media …, 2014
Digital Russia Studies: An Introduction
D Gritsenko, M Kopotev, M Wijermars
The Palgrave Handbook of Digital Russia Studies, 1-12, 2021
Re-framing Women and Technology in Global Digital Spaces: An Introduction
SM Ratilainen, M Wijermars, J Wilmes
Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media, 1-10, 2018
Sociotechnical imaginaries of algorithmic governance in EU policy on online disinformation and FinTech
M Wijermars, M Makhortykh
New Media & Society 24 (4), 942-963, 2022
Algorithms, contexts, governance: An introduction to the special issue
D Gritsenko, A Markham, H Pötzsch, M Wijermars
New Media & Society 24 (4), 835-844, 2022
Encircling an Unrepresentable Past: The Aesthetic of Trauma in Karen Shakhnazarov‘s Dreams (1993)
MW Wijermars
Contested Interpretations of the Past in Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian Film …, 2016
The Vulnerabilities of Trusted Notifier-Models in Russia: The Case of Netoscope
L Sivetc, M Wijermars
Media and Communication 9 (4), 27-38, 2021
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