Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
Director of Research (Reuters Institute), Professor of Political Communication (University of Oxford
Verified email at politics.ox.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Reuters Institute digital news report 2017
N Newman, R Fletcher, A Kalogeropoulos, DAL Levy, RK Nielsen
7582017
Ground wars: Personalized communication in political campaigns
RK Nielsen
Princeton University Press, 2012
1822012
The Changing Business of Journalism and its Implications for Democracy
D Levy, RK Nielsen
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 2010
168*2010
The relative importance of social media for accessing, finding, and engaging with news: An eight-country cross-media comparison
RK Nielsen, KC Schrřder
Digital journalism 2 (4), 472-489, 2014
1342014
Mundane internet tools, mobilizing practices, and the coproduction of citizenship in political campaigns
RK Nielsen
New Media & Society 13 (5), 755-771, 2011
1222011
Survival is Success: Journalistic Online Start-Ups in Western Europe
N Bruno, RK Nielsen
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 2012
1202012
Ten years that shook the media world: Big questions and big trends in international media developments
RK Nielsen
99*2012
Local journalism: The decline of newspapers and the rise of digital media
RK Nielsen
IB Tauris, 2015
952015
Editorial analytics: How news media are developing and using audience data and metrics
F Cherubini, RK Nielsen
712016
Public Support for the Media: A six-country overview of direct and indirect subsidies
RK Nielsen, G Linnebank
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford, http …, 2011
692011
Do People'Like'Candidates on Facebook? Not Really—From Direct to Indirect and Institutional Effects of Social Media in Politics
RK Nielsen, C Vaccari
59*2011
How newspapers began to blog: Recognizing the role of technologists in old media organizations’ development of new media technologies
RK Nielsen
Information, Communication & Society 15 (6), 959-978, 2012
572012
The labors of Internet-assisted activism: Overcommunication, miscommunication, and communicative overload
RK Nielsen
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 6 (3-4), 267-280, 2009
562009
Participation through letters to the editor: Circulation, considerations, and genres in the letters institution
RK Nielsen
Journalism 11 (1), 21-35, 2010
532010
What drives politicians' online popularity? An analysis of the 2010 US midterm elections
C Vaccari, RK Nielsen
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10 (2), 208-222, 2013
442013
Dealing with digital intermediaries: A case study of the relations between publishers and platforms
R Kleis Nielsen, SA Ganter
New Media & Society 20 (4), 1600-1617, 2018
412018
Are people incidentally exposed to news on social media? A comparative analysis
R Fletcher, RK Nielsen
New media & society 20 (7), 2450-2468, 2018
402018
Are news audiences increasingly fragmented? a cross‐national comparative analysis of cross‐platform news audience fragmentation and duplication
R Fletcher, RK Nielsen
Journal of Communication 67 (4), 476-498, 2017
402017
Mundane internet tools, the risk of exclusion, and reflexive movements—Occupy Wall Street and political uses of digital networked technologies
RK Nielsen
The Sociological Quarterly 54 (2), 173-177, 2013
362013
Qualitative Political Communication| Introduction~ The role of qualitative methods in political communication Research: Past, present, and future
D Karpf, D Kreiss, RK Nielsen, M Powers
International Journal of Communication 9, 19, 2015
342015
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