Andrea Ceron
TitleCited byYear
Every tweet counts? How sentiment analysis of social media can improve our knowledge of citizens’ political preferences with an application to Italy and France
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus, G Porro
New media & society 16 (2), 340-358, 2014
3872014
Using sentiment analysis to monitor electoral campaigns: Method matters—evidence from the United States and Italy
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Social Science Computer Review 33 (1), 3-20, 2015
1362015
Internet, news, and political trust: The difference between social media and online media outlets
A Ceron
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (5), 487-503, 2015
1062015
Bounded oligarchy: How and when factions constrain leaders in party position-taking
A Ceron
Electoral Studies 31 (4), 689-701, 2012
762012
E-campaigning on Twitter: The effectiveness of distributive promises and negative campaign in the 2013 Italian election
A Ceron, G d’Adda
New media & society 18 (9), 1935-1955, 2016
672016
Social Media e Sentiment Analysis: L'evoluzione dei fenomeni sociali attraverso la Rete
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Springer Science & Business Media, 2014
652014
Brave rebels stay home: Assessing the effect of intra-party ideological heterogeneity and party whip on roll-call votes
A Ceron
Party Politics 21 (2), 246-258, 2015
592015
iSA: A fast, scalable and accurate algorithm for sentiment analysis of social media content
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Information Sciences 367, 105-124, 2016
402016
The politics of fission: An analysis of faction breakaways among Italian parties (1946–2011)
A Ceron
British Journal of Political Science 45 (1), 121-139, 2015
372015
Trust in government and media slant: A cross-sectional analysis of media effects in twenty-seven European countries
A Ceron, V Memoli
The International Journal of Press/Politics 20 (3), 339-359, 2015
362015
Politics and big data: Nowcasting and forecasting elections with social media
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Routledge, 2016
332016
First-and second-level agenda setting in the Twittersphere: An application to the Italian political debate
A Ceron, L Curini, SM Iacus
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 13 (2), 159-174, 2016
332016
Inter-factional conflicts and government formation Do party leaders sort out ideological heterogeneity?
A Ceron
Party Politics, 1354068814563974, 2014
332014
The “social side” of public policy: Monitoring online public opinion and its mobilization during the policy cycle
A Ceron, F Negri
Policy & Internet 8 (2), 131-147, 2016
322016
Flames and debates: do social media affect satisfaction with democracy?
A Ceron, V Memoli
Social indicators research 126 (1), 225-240, 2016
312016
Intra-party politics in 140 characters
A Ceron
Party politics 23 (1), 7-17, 2017
292017
Gamson rule not for all: Patterns of portfolio allocation among Italian party factions
A Ceron
European Journal of Political Research 53 (1), 180-199, 2014
262014
INTRA-PARTY POLITICS AND PARTY SYSTEM. FACTIONAL CONFLICT, COOPERATION AND FISSION WITHIN ITALIAN PARTIES.
A Ceron
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Milano, 2012
162012
A digital movement of opinion? Contesting austerity through social media
M Barisione, A Ceron
Social Media and European Politics, 77-104, 2017
152017
Twitter and the traditional media: Who is the real agenda setter?
A Ceron
APSA 2014 Annual Meeting Paper, 2014
142014
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