Andreu Casas
Andreu Casas
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Department of Communication Science)
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Who Leads? Who Follows? Measuring Issue Attention and Agenda Setting by Legislators and the Mass Public Using Social Media Data
P Barberá, A Casas, J Nagler, P Egan, R Bonneau, JT Jost, JA Tucker
American Political Science Review, 2018
Large-scale computerized text analysis in political science: Opportunities and challenges
J Wilkerson, A Casas
Annual Review of Political Science 20, 529-544, 2017
Images that matter: Online protests and the mobilizing role of pictures
A Casas, NW Williams
Political Research Quarterly 72 (2), 360-375, 2019
Images as data for social science research: An introduction to convolutional neural nets for image classification
NW Williams, A Casas, JD Wilkerson
Elements in Quantitative and Computational Methods for the Social Sciences, 2020
Media coverage of a “connective” action: the interaction between the 15-M movement and the mass media
A Casas, F Davesa, M Congosto
Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas (REIS) 155 (1), 73-118, 2016
More Effective Than We Thought: Accounting for Legislative Hitchhikers Reveals a More Inclusive and Productive Lawmaking Process
A Casas, M Denny, J Wilkerson
American Journal of Political Science, 2018
Community foundations as advocates: Social change discourse in the philanthropic sector
DF Suárez, K Husted, A Casas
Interest Groups & Advocacy 7, 206-232, 2018
Echo chambers revisited: The (overwhelming) sharing of in-group politicians, pundits and media on Twitter
M Wojcieszak, A Casas, X Yu, J Nagler, JA Tucker
OSF 10, 2021
Partisan media, untrustworthy news sites, and political misperceptions
BE Weeks, E Menchen-Trevino, C Calabrese, A Casas, M Wojcieszak
New Media & Society, 14614448211033300, 2021
Can AI enhance people’s support for online moderation and their openness to dissimilar political views?
M Wojcieszak, A Thakur, JF Ferreira Gonçalves, A Casas, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 26 (4), 223-243, 2021
What was the problem in Parkland? Using social media to measure the effectiveness of issue frames
K Aslett, N Webb Williams, A Casas, W Zuidema, J Wilkerson
Policy studies journal 50 (1), 266-289, 2022
Different channel, same strategy? Filling empirical gaps in Congress literature
A Casas, D Morar
Paper to be presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Political …, 2015
A delicate balance: Party branding during the 2013 government shutdown
A Casas, J Wilkerson
American Politics Research 45 (5), 790-812, 2017
The (null) effects of happiness on affective polarization, conspiracy endorsement, and deep fake recognition: Evidence from five survey experiments in three countries
X Yu, M Wojcieszak, S Lee, A Casas, R Azrout, T Gackowski
Political behavior 43, 1265-1287, 2021
Most users do not follow political elites on Twitter; those who do show overwhelming preferences for ideological congruity
M Wojcieszak, A Casas, X Yu, J Nagler, JA Tucker
Science advances 8 (39), eabn9418, 2022
Exposure to extremely partisan news from the other political side shows scarce boomerang effects
A Casas, E Menchen-Trevino, M Wojcieszak
Political Behavior, 1-40, 2022
Affective polarization on social media: In-party love among American politicians, greater engagement with out-party hate among ordinary users
X Yu, M Wojcieszak, A Casas
OSF Preprints, 2021
Less annotating, more classifying–addressing the data scarcity issue of supervised machine learning with deep transfer learning and bert-nli
M Laurer, W Atteveldt, A Casas, K Welbers
May, 2022
Null effects of news exposure: A causal test of the (un) desirable effects of a ‘news vacation’and ‘news binging’
M Wojcieszak, S de Leeuw, A Casas, X Yu, E Menchen-Trevino, ...
Partisanship on Social Media: In-Party Love Among American Politicians, Greater Engagement with Out-Party Hate Among Ordinary Users
X Yu, M Wojcieszak, A Casas
Political Behavior, 1-26, 2023
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