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  • Freelon, D. (2013): Discourse architecture, ideology, and democratic norms in online political discussion. New Media & Society.
  • Black, L.; Burkhalter, S.; Stromer-galley, J. (2011): Measuring Group Deliberation. Sourcebook of Political Communication research: Methods, Measures, and Analytical Techniques.
  • Blank, G.; Reisdorf, B. (2012): The Participatory Web. A user perspective on Web 2.0. Information, Communication & Society.
  • Kelty, C.; Panofsky, A.; Currie, M.; Crooks, R.; Erickson, S.; Garcia, P.; Wartenbe, M.; Wood, S. (2014): Seven dimensions of contemporary participation disentangled. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  • Steensen, S. (2013): Conversing the audience: A methodological exploration of how conversation analysis can contribute to the analysis of interactive journalism. New Media & Society.
  • Kurvinen, E.; Koskinen, I.; Battarbee, K. (2008): Prototyping Social Interaction. Design Issues.
  • Hansson, K.; Belkacem, K.; Ekenberg, L. (2014): Open Government and Democracy : A Research Review. Social Science Computer Review.
  • Rains, S.; Brunner, S. (2014): What can we learn about social network sites by studying Facebook? A call and recommendations for research on social network sites. New Media & Society.
  • Jansson, G.; Erlingsson, G. (2014): More E-Government, Less Street-Level Bureaucracy? On Legitimacy and the Human Side of Public Administration. Journal of Information Technology & Politics.
  • Grimmer, J.; Stewart, B. (2013): Text as data: The promise and pitfalls of automatic content analysis methods for political texts. Political Analysis.
  • Maruyama, M.; Robertson, S.; Douglas, S.; Semaan, B.; Faucett, H. (2014): Hybrid media consumption. Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work & social computing - CSCW '14.
  • Semaan, B.; Robertson, S.; Douglas, S.; Maruyama, M. (2014): Social media supporting political deliberation across multiple public spheres. Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work & social computing - CSCW '14.
  • Stanfill, M. (2014): The interface as discourse: The production of norms through web design. New Media & Society.
  • Helsper, E.; Eynon, R. (2013): Distinct skill pathways to digital engagement. European Journal of Communication.
  • Ngwenyama, O.; Lyytinen, K. (1997): Groupware Environments as Action Constitutive Resources: A Social Action Framework for Analyzing Groupware Technologies. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).
  • Bradner, E.; Kellogg, W.; Erickson, T. (1999): The adoption and use of “BABBLE”: a field study of chat in the workplace. Proceedings of the Sixth European conference on Computer supported cooperative work.
  • Hamann, K.; Pollock, P.; Wilson, B. (2013): Spill-over Effects in Online Discussions: Assessing the Effectiveness of Student Preceptors. Journal of Information Technology & Politics.
  • Smith, G.; John, P.; Sturgis, P. (2013): Taking Political Engagement Online: An Experimental Analysis of Asynchronous Discussion Forums. Political Studies.
  • Graham, T.; Broersma, M.; Hazelhoff, K.; van 't Haar, G. (2013): Between Broadcasting Political Messages and Interacting With Voters. The use of Twitter during the 2010 UK general election campaign.. Information, Communication & Society.
  • Murray, T.; Stephens, L.; Woolf, B.; Wing, L.; Xu, X.; Shrikant, N. (2013): Supporting Social Deliberative Skills Online: the Effects of Reflective Scaffolding Tools. Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Online Communities and Social Computing.
  • Karlsson, M. (2013): Representation As Interactive Communication. Information, Communication & Society.
  • Weber, P. (2013): Discussions in the comments section: Factors influencing participation and interactivity in online newspapers' reader comments. New Media & Society.
  • Ristolainen, H.; Hankonen, N.; Lehtinen, V. (2007): Sosiaalipsykologisia lähestymistapoja verkkovuorovaikutukseen. Psykologia.
  • Woolf, B.; Murray, T.; Xu, X.; Osterweil, L.; Clarke, L.; Wing, L.; Katsh, E. (2012): Computational Predictors in Online Social Deliberations.. Fifth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media.
  • Parmelee, J. (2013): The agenda-building function of political tweets. New Media & Society.
  • Blasco-Arcas, L.; Buil, I.; Hernández-Ortega, B.; Sese, F. (2013): Using clickers in class. the role of interactivity, active collaborative learning and engagement in learning performance. Computers and Education.
  • Blank, G. (2013): Who Creates Content?. Information, Communication & Society.
  • Fourney, A.; Morris, M. (2013): Enhancing Technical Q&A Forums with CiteHistory. Proceedings of ICWSM 2013.
  • Kriplean, T.; Morgan, J.; Freelon, D.; Borning, A.; Bennett, L. (2012): Supporting reflective public thought with considerit. Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work - CSCW '12.
  • Graham, T. (2008): Needles in a haystack: a new approach for identifying and assessing political talk in non-political discussion forums. Javnost.
  • Oulasvirta, A. (2012): Rethinking experimental Designs for Field evaluations. PERVASIVE computing.
  • Kruikemeier, S.; van Noort, G.; Vliegenthart, R.; de Vreese, C. (2013): Getting closer: The effects of personalized and interactive online political communication. European Journal of Communication.
  • Stromer-Galley, J. (2000): On-line interaction and why candidates avoid it. Journal of Communication.
  • Kay, R.; LeSage, A. (2009): Examining the benefits and challenges of using audience response systems: A review of the literature. Computers & Education.
  • Walther, J.; Jang, J. (2012): Communication Processes in Participatory Websites. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.
  • Hermans, L.; Vergeer, M. (2012): Personalization in e-campaigning: A cross-national comparison of personalization strategies used on candidate websites of 17 countries in EP elections 2009. New Media & Society.
  • Gibson, R.; Gillan, K.; Greffet, F.; Lee, B.; Ward, S. (2012): Party organizational change and ICTs: The growth of a virtual grassroots?. New Media & Society.
  • Nah, S.; Saxton, G. (2012): Modeling the adoption and use of social media by nonprofit organizations. New Media & Society.
  • Dalakiouridou, E.; Smith, S.; Tambouris, E.; Tarabanis, K. (2011): Electronic Participation Policies and Initiatives in the European Union Institutions. Social Science Computer Review.
  • Lovejoy, K.; Saxton, G. (2012): Information, Community, and Action: How Nonprofit Organizations Use Social Media*. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.
  • Schweitzer, E. (2012): The Mediatization of E-Campaigning: Evidence From German Party Websites in State, National, and European Parliamentary Elections 2002-2009. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.
  • Sukumaran, A.; Vezich, S.; McHugh, M.; Nass, C. (2011): Normative influences on thoughtful online participation. Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '11.
  • Stromer-Galley, J. (2004): Interactivity-as-Product and Interactivity-as-Process. The Information Society.
  • Lilleker, D.; Koc-Michalska, K.; Schweitzer, E.; Jacunski, M.; Jackson, N.; Vedel, T. (2011): Informing, engaging, mobilizing or interacting: Searching for a European model of web campaigning. European Journal of Communication.
  • Strandberg, K. (2009): Online campaigning: an opening for the outsiders? An analysis of Finnish parliamentary candidates' websites in the 2003 election campaign. New Media & Society.
  • Baek, Y.; Wojcieszak, M.; Delli Carpini, M. (2011): Online versus face-to-face deliberation: Who? Why? What? With what effects?. New Media & Society.
  • Stein, L. (2009): Social movement web use in theory and practice: a content analysis of US movement websites. New Media & Society.
  • Dahlberg, L. (2011): Re-constructing digital democracy: An outline of four 'positions'. New Media & Society.
  • Graham, T. (2012): Beyond ”Political” Communicative Spaces: Talking Politics on the Wife Swap Discussion Forum. Journal of Information Technology & Politics.
  • Wright, S. (2012): Politics as usual? Revolution, normalization and a new agenda for online deliberation. New Media & Society.