Wainer Lusoli
Wainer Lusoli
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Online Participation in the UK: Testing a ‘Contextualised’ Model of Internet Effects
RK Gibson, W Lusoli, S Ward
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 7 (4), 561-583, 2005
4772005
Online participation and mobilisation in Britain: Hype, hope and reality
S Ward, R Gibson, W Lusoli
Parliamentary affairs 56 (4), 652-668, 2003
2772003
‘From weird to wired’: MPs, the internet and representative politics in the UK
S Ward, W Lusoli
The Journal of Legislative Studies 11 (1), 57-81, 2005
1452005
(Re) connecting politics? Parliament, the public and the Internet
W Lusoli, S Ward, R Gibson
Parliamentary Affairs 59 (1), 24-42, 2006
1232006
A second-order medium? The Internet as a source of electoral information in 25 European countries
W Lusoli
information Polity 10 (3, 4), 247-265, 2005
1032005
Making a difference: A comparative view of the role of the Internet in election politics
S Ward, D Owen, R Davis, D Taras
Lexington Books, 2008
972008
Born digital/grown digital: Assessing the future competitiveness of the EU video games software industry
M Bogdanowicz, G De Prato, D Nepelski, JP Simon, W Lusoli
JRC Working Papers, 2010
912010
Nationalizing and normalizing the local? A comparative analysis of online candidate campaigning in Australia and Britain
RK Gibson, W Lusoli, S Ward
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 4 (4), 15-30, 2008
882008
Digital Rank-and-File: Party Activists' Perceptions and Use of the Internet
W Lusoli, S Ward
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 6 (4), 453-470, 2004
852004
The Australian public and politics on-line: Reinforcing or reinventing representation?
R Gibson, W Lusoli, S Ward
Australasian Political Studies Association 43 (1), 111-131, 2008
832008
The Internet and the European Parliament elections: Theoretical perspectives, empirical investigations and proposals for research
W Lusoli
Information Polity 10 (3, 4), 153-163, 2005
822005
The internet and political campaigning: the new medium comes of age?
R Gibson, S Ward, W Lusoli
Representation 39 (3), 166-180, 2002
792002
Dinosaurs in cyberspace? British trade unions and the Internet
S Ward, W Lusoli
European Journal of Communication 18 (2), 147-179, 2003
772003
“Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows” The Internet and the 2004 European Parliament Election in Britain
W Lusoli, J Ward
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 10 (4), 71-97, 2005
672005
Australian MPs and the Internet: Avoiding the Digital Age?1
S Ward, W Lusoli, R Gibson
Australian Journal of Public Administration 66 (2), 210-222, 2007
622007
Young people and emerging digital services: An exploratory survey on motivations, perceptions and acceptance of risks
W Lusoli, CL Miltgen
602009
Virtually participating: A survey of online party members
S Ward, W Lusoli, R Gibson
Information Polity 7 (4), 199-215, 2002
602002
Logging on or switching off
W Lusoli, S Ward
Spinning the Web: online campaigning in the, 13-21, 2005
492005
Hunting protestors
C Alliance
The Internet and Politics, 52, 2006
462006
The next paradigm shift in the mobile ecosystem: Mobile social computing and the increasing relevance of users
C Feijóo, C Pascu, G Misuraca, W Lusoli
Communications & Strategies, 75, 2009
452009
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