Mykola Makhortykh
Mykola Makhortykh
Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Communication and Media Studies, University of Bern
Verified email at ikmb.unibe.ch
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Social media and visual framing of the conflict in Eastern Ukraine
M Makhortykh, M Sydorova
Media, War & Conflict 10 (3), 359-381, 2017
422017
# SaveDonbassPeople: Twitter, propaganda, and conflict in Eastern Ukraine
M Makhortykh, Y Lyebyedyev
The Communication Review 18 (4), 239-270, 2015
172015
Siren: A simulation framework for understanding the effects of recommender systems in online news environments
D Bountouridis, J Harambam, M Makhortykh, M Marrero, N Tintarev, ...
Proceedings of the conference on fairness, accountability, and transparency …, 2019
162019
Everything for the Lulz: Historical memes and World War II memory on Lurkomor’e
M Makhortykh
Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media …, 2015
132015
Designing for the better by taking users into account: A qualitative evaluation of user control mechanisms in (news) recommender systems
J Harambam, D Bountouridis, M Makhortykh, J Van Hoboken
Proceedings of the 13th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems, 69-77, 2019
112019
Scraping the monumental: Stepan Bandera through the lens of quantitative memory studies
R Fredheim, G Howanitz, M Makhortykh
Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media …, 2014
112014
Remediating the past: YouTube and second world war memory in Ukraine and Russia
M Makhortykh
Memory studies 13 (2), 146-161, 2020
102020
# NoKievNazi: Social Media, Historical Memory and Securitization in the Ukraine Crisis
M Makhortykh
Memory and securitization in contemporary Europe, 219-247, 2018
92018
How search engines disseminate information about COVID-19 and why they should do better
M Makhortykh, A Urman, R Ulloa
The Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review 1 (1), 1-12, 2020
72020
News personalization for peace: how algorithmic recommendations can impact conflict coverage
M Bastian, M Makhortykh, T Dobber
International journal of conflict management, 2019
72019
Uphill from here: Sentiment patterns in videos from left-and right-wing YouTube news channels
F Soldner, JC Ho, M Makhortykh, IWJ van der Vegt, M Mozes, B Kleinberg
Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Natural Language Processing and …, 2019
62019
# Euromaidan: Quantitative analysis of multilingual framing 2013–2014 Ukrainian protests on Twitter
Y Lyebyedyev, M Makhortykh
2018 IEEE Second International Conference on Data Stream Mining & Processing …, 2018
62018
Reading news with a purpose: Explaining user profiles for self-actualization
E Sullivan, D Bountouridis, J Harambam, S Najafian, F Loecherbach, ...
Adjunct Publication of the 27th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and …, 2019
52019
War memories and online encyclopedias: Framing 30 June 1941 in Wikipedia
M Makhortykh
Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society 9 (2), 40-68, 2017
42017
Nurturing the pain: audiovisual tributes to the Holocaust on YouTube
M Makhortykh
Holocaust Studies 25 (4), 441-466, 2019
32019
Filter bubbles in the Netherlands?
J Möller, N Helberger, M Makhortykh
Commissariaat voor de Media, 2019
32019
From Individual Trauma to Frozen Currents: Conceptualising Digital Trauma Studies
A MENYHÉRT, M MAKHORTYKH
Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media 18 (18), 2017
32017
Memory, politics and emotions: internet memes and protests in Venezuela and Ukraine
M Makhortykh, JM González Aguilar
Continuum 34 (3), 342-362, 2020
22020
Personalizing the war: Perspectives for the adoption of news recommendation algorithms in the media coverage of the conflict in Eastern Ukraine
M Makhortykh, M Bastian
Media, war & conflict, 1750635220906254, 2020
22020
Annotating Credibility: Identifying and Mitigating Bias in Credibility Datasets
D Bountouridis, M Makhortykh, E Sullivan, J Harambam, N Tintarev, ...
22019
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