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Social media in emergency management: Twitter as a tool for communicating risks to the public
P Panagiotopoulos, J Barnett, AZ Bigdeli, S Sams
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 111, 86-96, 2016
2852016
Citizen–government collaboration on social media: The case of Twitter in the 2011 riots in England
P Panagiotopoulos, AZ Bigdeli, S Sams
Government Information Quarterly 31 (3), 349-357, 2014
2582014
Beyond positive or negative: Qualitative sentiment analysis of social media reactions to unexpected stressful events
R Gaspar, C Pedro, P Panagiotopoulos, B Seibt
Computers in Human Behavior 56, 179-191, 2016
2482016
Public value creation in digital government
P Panagiotopoulos, B Klievink, A Cordella
Government Information Quarterly 36 (4), 101421, 2019
1842019
A business model perspective for ICTs in public engagement
P Panagiotopoulos, MM Al-Debei, G Fitzgerald, T Elliman
Government Information Quarterly 29 (2), 192-202, 2012
1132012
An orchestration approach to smart city data ecosystems
A Gupta, P Panagiotopoulos, F Bowen
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 153, 119929, 2020
1112020
Interactive Communication With the Public: Qualitative Exploration of the Use of Social Media by Food and Health Organizations
LC Shan, P Panagiotopoulos, Regan, A De Brn, J Barnett, P Wall, ...
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 47 (1), 104-108, 2015
1092015
A framework of social media engagement: Case studies with food and consumer organisations in the UK and Ireland
P Panagiotopoulos, LC Shan, J Barnett, Regan, McConnon
International Journal of Information Management 35 (4), 394-402, 2015
882015
Social media in union communications: an international study with UNI global union affiliates
P Panagiotopoulos, J Barnett
British Journal of Industrial Relations 53 (3), 508-532, 2015
842015
Towards unions 2.0: rethinking the audience of social media engagement
P Panagiotopoulos
New Technology, Work and Employment 27 (3), 178-192, 2012
822012
Do social networking groups support online petitions?
P Panagiotopoulos, S Sams, T Elliman, G Fitzgerald
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 5 (1), 20-31, 2011
802011
The value of social media data: Integrating crowd capabilities in evidence-based policy
P Panagiotopoulos, F Bowen, P Brooker
Government Information Quarterly 34 (4), 601-612, 2017
662017
Exploring the Democratic Potential of Online Social Networking: The Scope and Limitations of e-Participation
K McGrath, A Elbanna, M Hercheui, P Panagiotopoulos, E Saad
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 30 (1), 16, 2012
552012
Social media and government responsiveness: the case of the UK Food Standards Agency
P Panagiotopoulos, J Barnett, L Brooks
Electronic Government: 12th IFIP WG 8.5 International Conference, EGOV 2013…, 2013
492013
Engaging with citizens online: understanding the role of ePetitioning in local government democracy
P Panagiotopoulos, MM Al-Debei
Internet, Politics, Policy, 16-17, 2010
392010
Institutional Diffusion of eParticipation in the English Local Government: Is Central Policy the Way Forward?
P Panagiotopoulos, C Moody, T Elliman
Information Systems Management 29 (4), 295-304, 2012
372012
Online engagement from the grassroots: Reflecting on over a decade of ePetitioning experience in Europe and the UK
P Panagiotopoulos, T Elliman
Empowering open and collaborative governance: Technologies and methods for…, 2012
312012
" 5 Days in August"–How London Local Authorities Used Twitter during the 2011 Riots
P Panagiotopoulos, AZ Bigdeli, S Sams
Electronic Government, 102-113, 2012
292012
A classification of information-based environmental regulation: Voluntariness, compliance and beyond
F Bowen, S Tang, P Panagiotopoulos
Science of The Total Environment 712, 135571, 2020
282020
An overview study of twitter in the UK local government
P Panagiotopoulos, S Sams
Brunel University, 2012
282012
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