David A. Karpf
David A. Karpf
Verified email at gwu.edu
TitleCited byYear
The moveon effect
D Karpf
The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy, New York, 2012
4382012
Online political mobilization from the advocacy group's perspective: Looking beyond clicktivism
D Karpf
Policy & Internet 2 (4), 7-41, 2010
2882010
Social science research methods in Internet time
D Karpf
Information, communication & society 15 (5), 639-661, 2012
2542012
Of big birds and bayonets: Hybrid Twitter interactivity in the 2012 presidential debates
D Freelon, D Karpf
Information, Communication & Society 18 (4), 390-406, 2015
1282015
Analytic activism: Digital listening and the new political strategy
D Karpf
Oxford University Press, 2016
1052016
Understanding blogspace
D Karpf
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 5 (4), 369-385, 2008
842008
Macaca moments reconsidered: Electoral panopticon or netroots mobilization?
D Karpf
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 7 (2-3), 143-162, 2010
622010
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
492015
Digital politics after Trump
D Karpf
Annals of the International Communication Association 41 (2), 198-207, 2017
332017
Blogosphere research: a mixed-methods approach to rapidly changing systems
D Karpf
IEEE Intelligent Systems 24 (5), 67-70, 2009
302009
Open source political community development: a five-stage adoption process
D Karpf
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 8 (3), 323-345, 2011
192011
The Internet and American political campaigns
D Karpf
The Forum 11 (3), 413-428, 2013
162013
Measuring the success of digital campaigns
D Karpf
Digital activism decoded: The new mechanics of change. New York …, 2010
152010
The MoveOn effect: Disruptive innovation within the interest group ecology of American politics
DA Karpf
APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper, 2009
142009
Unexpected transformations: The Internet's effect on political associations in American politics
DA Karpf
University of Pennsylvania, 2009
142009
Comment on ‘Organization in the Crowd: peer production in large-scale networked protests’
D Karpf
Information, Communication & Society 17 (2), 261-263, 2014
112014
What can Wikipedia Tell Us About Open Source Politics
D Karpf
Proceedings of JITP, 2-30, 2010
112010
Stability and Change in the Political Blogosphere in the 2008 Election
D Karpf
Paper presentation at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual …, 2009
112009
Macaca moments reconsidered… YouTube effects or netroots effects?
D Karpf
ScholarWorks@ UMass Amherst, 83, 2009
102009
All the dogs that didn't bark: Understanding the dearth of online conservative infrastructure
DA Karpf
APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper, 2009
102009
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