Javier Sajuria
Javier Sajuria
Associate Professor in Politics - Queen Mary University of London
Verified email at qmul.ac.uk - Homepage
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Tweeting alone? An analysis of bridging and bonding social capital in online networks
J Sajuria, J vanHeerde-Hudson, D Hudson, N Dasandi, Y Theocharis
American Politics Research, p.1532673X14557942., 2014
752014
Civil society in times of crisis: Understanding collective action dynamics in digitally-enabled volunteer networks
Y Theocharis, S Vitoratou, J Sajuria
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 22 (5), 248-265, 2017
222017
Is the Internet Changing Our Conception of Democracy? An Analysis of the Internet Use During Protests and its Effect on the Perception of Democracy
J Sajuria
192012
Local means local, does it? Regional identification and preferences for local candidates
S Collignon, J Sajuria
Electoral studies 56, 170-178, 2018
14*2018
The formation of political discourse within online networks: the case of the occupy movement
J Fábrega, J Sajuria
International Journal of Organisational Design and Engineering 3 (3/4), 210-222, 2014
13*2014
Green party members and grass-roots democracy: A comparative analysis
W Rüdig, J Sajuria
Party Politics 26 (1), 21-31, 2020
112020
Informed, uninformed or misinformed? A cross-national analysis of populist party supporters across European democracies
S van Kessel, J Sajuria, SM Van Hauwaert
West European Politics 44 (3), 585-610, 2021
82021
Do we need polls? why Twitter will not replace opinion surveys, but can complement them
J Sajuria, J Fábrega
Digital Methods for Social Science, 87-104, 2016
42016
Online social capital and political participation: Does the “online” make any difference
J Sajuria
International Studies Association Annual Convention Paper, 2013
4*2013
Is the ‘local Candidate’Advantage a Myth? Analysing the Effects of Localism in the 2015 UK General Election
W Rüdig, J Sajuria, J Hudson-vanHeerde, S Collignon
SocArXiv, 2016
32016
Agenda Setting and Intra-Party Deliberation: Who gets represented at party national meetings?
Z Greene, J Sajuria
SocArXiv, 2018
12018
5 Determinants of personalised campaigning
I Makropoulos, S Collignon, H Giebler, W Rüdig, J Sajuria, B Weßels
Parliamentary Candidates Between Voters and Parties: A Comparative …, 2020
2020
Populist party supporters: informed, uninformed or misinformed?
S van Kessel, J Sajuria, S Van Hauwaert
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog, 2020
2020
We did not see it coming: The unintended polarization induced by an institutional reform. The case of the Chilean Constitutional Tribunal
J Fabrega, J Sajuria, S Drobny
SocArXiv, 2020
2020
Reviewer thank you
N Manchanda, J Sajuria, J Strong
Politics 39 (4), 527-528, 2019
2019
A Comparative Approach to Harassment and Intimidation of Parliamentary Candidates
S Collignon, J Sajuria, W Rüdig
2019
First thoughts on taking over Politics
N Manchanda, J Sajuria, J Strong
Politics 39 (2), 135-136, 2019
2019
Who spoke at Labour's conference, who didn't, and what this tells us about a people's vote
Z Greene, J Sajuria
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2018
2018
Connective Politics: An Analysis of the Role of the Internet on Social Capital and its Outcomes
J Sajuria
UCL (University College London), 2016
2016
For social movements, the online world replicates traditional offline structures and networks of social capital
J Sajuria
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2015
2015
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