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Márton Bene
Márton Bene
Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian of Academy of Sciences Centre of Excellence
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Go viral on the Facebook! Interactions between candidates and followers on Facebook during the Hungarian general election campaign of 2014
M Bene
Information, Communication & Society 20 (4), 513-529, 2017
1292017
Influenced by peers: Facebook as an information source for young people
M Bene
Social Media+ Society 3 (2), 2056305117716273, 2017
542017
Images, politicians, and social media: Patterns and effects of politicians’ image-based political communication strategies on social media
X Farkas, M Bene
The international journal of press/politics 26 (1), 119-142, 2021
442021
Post shared, vote shared: Investigating the link between Facebook performance and electoral success during the Hungarian general election campaign of 2014
M Bene
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 95 (2), 363-380, 2018
362018
Sharing is caring! Investigating viral posts on politicians’ Facebook pages during the 2014 general election campaign in Hungary
M Bene
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 14 (4), 387-402, 2017
342017
Mainstream or an alternate universe? Locating and analysing the radical right media products in the Hungarian media network
G Szabó, M Bene
Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics 1 (1), 2015
182015
Media visibility and inclusion of radical right populism in Hungary and Romania: A discursive opportunity approach
G Szabó, OC Norocel, M Bene
Problems of post-communism 66 (1), 33-46, 2019
142019
Integration or isolation? Mapping out the position of radical right media in the public sphere
C Norocel, G Szabó, M Bene
International Journal of Communication 11, 3764-3788, 2017
112017
Virális politika (Állampolgári reaktivitás a képviselőjelöltek Facebook-oldalain)
M Bene
Politikatudományi Szemle 25 (2.), 84-110, 2016
112016
Topics to talk about. The effects of political topics and issue ownership on user engagement with politicians’ Facebook posts during the 2018 Hungarian general election
M Bene
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 18 (3), 338-354, 2021
92021
Who reaps the benefits? A cross-country investigation of the absolute and relative normalization and equalization theses in the 2019 European Parliament elections
M Bene
New media & society, 14614448211019688, 2021
92021
Egymásra hangolva. A Facebook információforrássá válásának hatása az egyetemista fiatalok politikai viselkedésére
B Márton
Csendesek vagy lázadók?–, 52, 2017
82017
Hungary: Crisis as Usual—Populist Governance and the Pandemic
M Bene, Z Boda
Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe, 87-100, 2021
72021
Reaching out to the Europeans. Political parties’ Facebook strategies of issue ownership and the second-order character of European Election campaigns
J Haßler, M Magin, U Russmann, P Baranowski, M Bene, K Schlosser, ...
Europawahlkampf 2019, 87-113, 2020
72020
Kommunikációs hálózatok és politikai közösség. Hálózatelemzési módszerek alkalmazása a politikai kommunikáció történetének
M Bene
Politikatudományi Szemle 25 (1.), 48-73, 2016
72016
Virális politika: Politikai kommunikáció a Facebookon= Viral Politics: Political Communication on Facebook
MÁ Bene
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem, 2019
62019
Kövess, reagálj, oszd meg! A közösségi média a 2018-as országgyűlési választási kampányban
M Bene, X Farkas
Várakozások És Valóságok. Parlamenti Választás 2018, 410-424, 2018
62018
Kommunikációs hálózatok és politikai közösség. Hálózatelemzési módszerek alkalmazása a politikai kommunikáció történetének kutatásában
B Márton
Politikatudományi Szemle, 72-97, 2016
62016
Hungary: Illiberal crisis management 1
N Merkovity, M Bene, X Farkas
Political Communication and COVID-19, 269-279, 2021
52021
Bonded by Interactions: Polarising Factors and Integrative Capacities of the News Media in Hungary
M Bene, G Szabó
Javnost-The Public 26 (3), 309-329, 2019
52019
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