Joshua A. Tucker
Joshua A. Tucker
Professor of Politics, Center for Social Media and Politics, New York University
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Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
JJ Van Bavel, K Baicker, PS Boggio, V Capraro, A Cichocka, M Cikara, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (5), 460-471, 2020
20352020
Tweeting from left to right: Is online political communication more than an echo chamber?
P Barberį, JT Jost, J Nagler, JA Tucker, R Bonneau
Psychological science 26 (10), 1531-1542, 2015
11132015
Enough! Electoral fraud, collective action problems, and post-communist colored revolutions
JA Tucker
Perspectives on Politics 5 (3), 535, 2007
6952007
Less than you think: Prevalence and predictors of fake news dissemination on Facebook
A Guess, J Nagler, J Tucker
Science advances 5 (1), eaau4586, 2019
5802019
Emotion shapes the diffusion of moralized content in social networks
WJ Brady, JA Wills, JT Jost, JA Tucker, JJ Van Bavel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (28), 7313-7318, 2017
4462017
Revisiting electoral volatility in post-communist countries: New data, new results and new approaches
EN Powell, JA Tucker
British Journal of Political Science 44 (1), 123-147, 2014
435*2014
Regional Economic Voting: Russia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, 1990-1999
JA Tucker, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2006
399*2006
Social media, political polarization, and political disinformation: A review of the scientific literature
JA Tucker, A Guess, P Barberį, C Vaccari, A Siegel, S Sanovich, D Stukal, ...
Political polarization, and political disinformation: a review of the …, 2018
3812018
Transitional winners and losers: Attitudes toward EU membership in post-communist countries
JA Tucker, AC Pacek, AJ Berinsky
American Journal of Political Science, 557-571, 2002
3432002
The critical periphery in the growth of social protests
P Barberį, N Wang, R Bonneau, JT Jost, J Nagler, J Tucker, ...
PloS one 10 (11), e0143611, 2015
2292015
How social media facilitates political protest: Information, motivation, and social networks
JT Jost, P Barberį, R Bonneau, M Langer, M Metzger, J Nagler, J Sterling, ...
Political psychology 39, 85-118, 2018
2092018
The emergence of mass partisanship in Russia, 1993-1996
T Brader, JA Tucker
American Journal of Political Science, 69-83, 2001
2022001
Communism's Shadow: Historical Legacies and Contemporary Political Attitues
G Pop-Eleches, JA Tucker
Princeton University Press, 2017
198*2017
Political expression and action on social media: Exploring the relationship between lower-and higher-threshold political activities among Twitter users in Italy
C Vaccari, A Valeriani, P Barberį, R Bonneau, JT Jost, J Nagler, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (2), 221-239, 2015
1902015
An easy and accurate regression model for multiparty electoral data
M Tomz, JA Tucker, J Wittenberg
Political Analysis 10 (1), 66-83, 2002
1872002
From liberation to turmoil: Social media and democracy
JA Tucker, Y Theocharis, ME Roberts, P Barberį
Journal of democracy 28 (4), 46-59, 2017
1752017
THE FIRST DECADE OF POST-COMMUNIST ELECTIONS AND VOTING: What Have We Studied, and How Have We Studied It?
JA Tucker
Annual Review of Political Science 5 (1), 271-304, 2002
1672002
Disenchanted or Discerning: Voter Turnout in Post-Communist Countries
AC Pacek, G Pop-Eleches, JA Tucker
The Journal of Politics 71 (02), 473-491, 2009
1642009
The economy, corruption, and the vote: Evidence from experiments in Sweden and Moldova
M Klašnja, JA Tucker
Electoral Studies 32 (3), 536-543, 2013
1492013
Who leads? Who follows? Measuring issue attention and agenda setting by legislators and the mass public using social media data
P Barberį, A Casas, J Nagler, PJ Egan, R Bonneau, JT Jost, JA Tucker
American Political Science Review 113 (4), 883-901, 2019
138*2019
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