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    Marinovich, Greg (Our World Magazine, 2020-02-19)
    Xoliswa had returned earlier from the nearby shebeen drunk, which was not unusual for her. Now, she needed to go to the toilet, which was a communal arrangement for hundreds of people from the neighbouring shacks. She had ...
  • Trump, Twitter, and news media responsiveness: a media systems approach 

    Wells, Christopher; Shah, Dhavan; Lukito, Josephine; Pelled, Ayellet; Pevehouse, Jon C. W.; Yang, JungHwan (SAGE Publications, 2020-04-02)
    How populists engage with media of various types, and are treated by those media, are questions of international interest. In the United States, Donald Trump stands out for both his populism-inflected campaign style and ...
  • The temporal turn in communication research: time series analyses sing computational approaches 

    Wells, Christopher; Shah, Dhavan; Pevehouse, Jon C. W.; Foley, Jordan; Lukito, Josephine; Pelled, Ayellet; Yang, JungHwan (University of Southern California, 2019-09-09)
    Some of the most pioneering work in our field is occurring where emerging computational approaches are meeting time series analytic techniques. Combining these methods is helping scholars improve our understanding of ...
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    Wells, Chris; Zhang, Yini; Lukito, Josephine; Pevehouse, Jon C. W. (Informa UK Limited, 2020-03-03)
    Previous research has shown the importance of Donald Trump’s Twitter activity, and that of his Twitter following, in spreading his message during the primary and general election campaigns of 2015–2016. However, we know ...
  • Shembe: a Zulu Church 

    Marinovich, Greg (Hutchins Center, Harvard University, 2018-02-01)
    One of the ceremonies Shembe initiated was a barefoot three-day pilgrimage to the Holy Mountain, Nhlangakazi. Shembe said the Word had led him to this low, flat-topped mountain, as it was the place God would communicate ...