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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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