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Gema M. García-Albacete
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Using Twitter to mobilize protest action: online mobilization patterns and action repertoires in the Occupy Wall Street, Indignados, and Aganaktismenoi movements
Y Theocharis, W Lowe, JW Van Deth, G García-Albacete
Information, Communication & Society 18 (2), 202-220, 2015
5372015
Young people's political participation in Western Europe: Continuity or generational change?
GG Albacete
Springer, 2014
199*2014
Homemade citizens: The development of political interest during adolescence and young adulthood
A Neundorf, K Smets, GM García-Albacete
Acta Politica, 2012
1762012
The role of language skills and foreign country experiences in the development of European identity
D Fuss, G Garcia-Albacete, M Rodrígues-Monter
Sociológia-Slovak Sociological Review, 273, 2004
40*2004
Protest activity, Social Incentives, and Rejection sensitivity: Results from a survey experiment about tuition fees
E Bäck, B Hanna, G García-Albacete
Contention 1 (1), 2013
392013
Is it simply gender? Content, format, and time in political knowledge measures
M Ferrin, M Fraile, G García-Albacete
Politics & Gender 14 (2), 162-185, 2018
342018
The gender gap in political interest revisited
M Ferrín, M Fraile, GM García-Albacete, R Gómez
International Political Science Review 41 (4), 473-489, 2020
322020
Promoting Political Interest in Schools: The Role of Civic Education
GM Garcìa-Albacete
Growing into politics. Contexts and timing of political socialization, 91-114, 2013
312013
The saliency of political cleavages and the “dark sides” of social capital: Evidence from Spain
GM García Albacete
American Behavioral Scientist 53 (5), 691-716, 2010
262010
Adult roles and the gender gap in political knowledge: A comparative study
M Ferrín, M Fraile, GM García-Albacete
West European Politics 42 (7), 1368-1389, 2019
252019
¿ Apatía política?: evolución de la implicación de la juventud española desde los años 80
GM García-Albacete
Revista de Estudios de Juventud, 133-159, 2008
252008
Opportunities and challenges in analysing Twitter content. A comparison of the Occupation movements in Spain, Greece and the US
G García-Albacete, Y Theocharis
Analyzing Social Media Data and Web Networks, 2014
24*2014
The gender gap in political knowledge: Is it all about guessing? An experimental approach
M Ferrin, M Fraile, G García-Albacete
International journal of public opinion research 29 (1), 111-132, 2017
222017
La participación política de los jóvenes españoles en perspectiva comparada
G García-Albacete, I Martín Cortés
CIS, Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 2010
212010
How does the Spanish crisis generation relates to politics?
G García-Albacete, J Lorente, I Martín
Political Engagement of the Young in Europe: Youth in the Crucible, 50-72, 2016
202016
Los efectos de la crisis económica en la democracia española: legitimidad, insatisfacción y desafección
S Pérez-Nievas, G García Albacete, I Martín, JR Montero, A Sanz, ...
Proyecto de Investigación del Departamento de Ciencia Política y Relaciones …, 2013
202013
The post-austerity youth. Political attitudes and behavior
GM García-Albacete, JL Fontaneda
Revista internacional de sociologia 77 (4), 5, 2019
16*2019
Who learns in information rich contexts? The informative effects of the 2015 Spanish electoral campaign
M Ferrín, M Fraile, GM García-Albacete
The International Journal of Press/Politics 24 (3), 315-340, 2019
142019
The Meaning and Importance of European Identity and its Relationship to Regional and National Identities in Spain: Some Contributing Factors to the De
M Ros, H Grad, G Garcia-Albacete, M Rodrígues-Monter
Sociológia-Slovak Sociological Review, 219, 2004
92004
Has the Great Recession shaped a crisis generation of critical citizens? Evidence from Southern Europe
G García-Albacete, J Lorente
South European Society and Politics 26 (2), 181-207, 2021
72021
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