Todd Graham
Todd Graham
University Academic Fellow in Political Communication and Journalism, University of Leeds
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TitleCited byYear
Social media as beat: Tweets as a news source during the 2010 British and Dutch elections
M Broersma, T Graham
Journalism Practice 6 (3), 403-419, 2012
3702012
BETWEEN BROADCASTING POLITICAL MESSAGES AND INTERACTING WITH VOTERS: The use of Twitter during the 2010 UK general election campaign
T Graham, M Broersma, K Hazelhoff, G van't Haar
Information, Communication & Society 16 (5), 692-716, 2013
3302013
Twitter as a news source: How Dutch and British newspapers used tweets in their news coverage, 2007–2011
M Broersma, T Graham
Journalism practice 7 (4), 446-464, 2013
2972013
New platform, old habits? Candidates’ use of Twitter during the 2010 British and Dutch general election campaigns
T Graham, D Jackson, M Broersma
New media & society 18 (5), 765-783, 2016
2052016
In search of online deliberation: Towards a new method for examining the quality of online discussions
T Graham, T Witschge
COMMUNICATIONS-SANKT AUGUSTIN THEN BERLIN- 28 (2), 173-204, 2003
1842003
Discursive equality and everyday talk online: The impact of “superparticipants”
T Graham, S Wright
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (3), 625-642, 2014
1282014
Needles in a haystack: a new approach for identifying and assessing political talk in non-political discussion forums
T Graham
Javnost 15 (2), 17-36, 2008
1232008
A Tale of Two Stories from “Below the Line” Comment Fields at the Guardian
T Graham, S Wright
The International Journal of Press/Politics 20 (3), 317-338, 2015
812015
Reality TV as a trigger of everyday political talk in the net-based public sphere
T Graham, A Hajru
European Journal of Communication 26 (1), 18-32, 2011
812011
What’s Wife Swap got to do with it? Talking politics in the net-based public sphere
TS Graham
79*2009
Beyond “political” communicative spaces: Talking politics on the Wife Swap discussion forum
T Graham
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 9 (1), 31-45, 2012
742012
Personal branding on Twitter: How employed and freelance journalists stage themselves on social media
C Brems, M Temmerman, T Graham, M Broersma
Digital Journalism 5 (4), 443-459, 2017
682017
Closing the gap? Twitter as an instrument for connected representation
T Graham, M Broersma, K Hazelhoff
The Media, Political Participation and Empowerment, 71-88, 2013
492013
Tipping the Balance of Power: Social Media and the Transformation of Political Journalism
M Broersma, T Graham
The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics, 89-103, 2015
482015
TALKING BACK, BUT IS ANYONE LISTENING? Journalism and Comment Fields
T Graham
Rethinking Journalism: Trust and Participation in a Transformed News …, 2012
39*2012
Everyday political talk in the internet-based public sphere
T Graham
Handbook of Digital Politics, 247-263, 2015
362015
‘We need to get together and make ourselves heard’: Everyday online spaces as incubators of political action
T Graham, D Jackson, S Wright
Information, Communication & Society 19 (10), 1373-1389, 2016
342016
Third Space, Social Media and Everyday Political Talk
S Wright, T Graham, D Jackson
The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics, 74-88, 2015
342015
The use of expressives in online political talk: Impeding or facilitating the normative goals of deliberation?
T Graham
International Conference on Electronic Participation, 26-41, 2010
342010
Deliberating in Online Forums: New Hope for the Public Sphere?
T Graham
Unpublished Masters Dissertation, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam School …, 2002
33*2002
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