Iina Hellsten
Iina Hellsten
Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam, ASCoR
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Climate Change on Twitter: Topics, Communities and Conversations about the 2013 IPCC Working Group 1 Report
W Pearce, K Holmberg, I Hellsten, B Nerlich
PLoSONE, 2014
Discourse metaphors
J Zinken, I Hellsten, B Nerlich
Body, language and mind 2, 363-385, 2008
Measuring the meaning of words in contexts: An automated analysis of controversies about'Monarch butterflies,''Frankenfoods,'and'stem cells'
L Leydesdorff, I Hellsten
Scientometrics 67 (2), 231-258, 2006
Metaphors and diaphors in science communication: Mapping the case of stem cell research
L Leydesdorff, I Hellsten
Science communication 27 (1), 64-99, 2005
The politics of metaphor: Biotechnology and biodiversity in the media
I Hellsten
Tampere University Press, 2002
Dolly: Scientific breakthrough or Frankenstein's monster? Journalistic and scientific metaphors of cloning
I Hellsten
Metaphor and Symbol 15 (4), 213-221, 2000
Implicit media frames: Automated analysis of public debate on artificial sweeteners
I Hellsten, J Dawson, L Leydesdorff
Public Understanding of Science 19 (5), 590-608, 2010
Genomics: shifts in metaphorical landscape between 2000 and 2003
B Nerlich, I Hellsten
New Genetics and Society 23 (3), 255-268, 2004
From “Burning Library” to “Green Medicine” the role of metaphors in communicating biodiversity
E Väliverronen, I Hellsten
Science Communication 24 (2), 229-245, 2002
Self-citations, co-authorships and keywords: A new approach to scientists’ field mobility?
I Hellsten, R Lambiotte, A Scharnhorst, M Ausloos
Scientometrics 72 (3), 469-486, 2007
Focus on Metaphors: The case of ’Frankenfood’ on the web
I Hellsten
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 8 (4), 2003
Gender differences in the climate change communication on Twitter
K Holmberg, I Hellsten
Internet research, 2015
Investigating participatory dynamics through social media using a multideterminant “frame” approach: The case of climategate on YouTube
AJ Porter, I Hellsten
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (4), 1024-1041, 2014
Multiple presents: how search engines rewrite the past
I Hellsten, L Leydesdorff, P Wouters
New Media & Society 8 (6), 901-924, 2006
Synthetic biology: building the language for a new science brick by metaphorical brick
I Hellsten, B Nerlich
New Genetics and Society 30 (4), 375-397, 2011
Does the public discuss other topics on climate change than researchers? A comparison of explorative networks based on author keywords and hashtags
R Haunschild, L Leydesdorff, L Bornmann, I Hellsten, W Marx
Journal of informetrics 13 (2), 695-707, 2019
Beyond the human genome: Microbes, metaphors and what it means to be human in an interconnected post-genomic world
B Nerlich, I Hellsten
New Genetics and Society 28 (1), 19-36, 2009
Monistettu Dolly: Johdatusta metafora-analyysiin
I Hellsten
Media-analyysi. Tekstistä tulkintaan, 64-92, 1998
Hashtag activism and the configuration of counterpublics: Dutch animal welfare debates on Twitter
A Wonneberger, IR Hellsten, SHJ Jacobs
Information, Communication & Society 24 (12), 1694-1711, 2021
Internet time and the reliability of search engines
P Wouters, I Hellsten, L Leydesdorff
Valauskas, Edward J., 2004
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