This is a complete list of all publications I’ve authored that have at least one citation. The data come from Google Scholar and should update automatically, assuming my code works. I’m working on updating my CV and I’ll get that up ASAP. If you’re viewing this page on a mobile device, please hold it horizontally.

Year Title Author(s) Journal or publisher Fulltext
2021Meaningful measures of human society in the twenty-first centuryDavid Lazer, Eszter Hargittai, Deen Freelon, Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Kevin Munger, Katherine Ognyanova, Jason RadfordNature Publishing Groupfulltext not available
2021The Post-API Age Reconsidered: Web Science in the’20s and BeyondDeen Freelonfulltext not available
2020The wolves in sheep’s clothing: How Russia’s internet research agency tweets appeared in US news as Vox PopuliJosephine Lukito, Jiyoun Suk, Yini Zhang, Larissa Doroshenko, Sang Jung Kim, Min-Hsin Su, Yiping Xia, Deen Freelon, Chris WellsThe International Journal of Press/Politicsfulltext not available
2020Tackling misinformation: What researchers could do with social media dataIrene V Pasquetto, Briony Swire-Thompson, Michelle A Amazeen, Fabrício Benevenuto, Nadia M Brashier, Robert M Bond, Lia C Bozarth, Ceren Budak, Ullrich KH Ecker, Lisa K Fazio, et al.The Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Reviewfulltext
2020Black trolls matter: Racial and ideological asymmetries in social media disinformationDeen Freelon, Michael Bossetta, Chris Wells, Josephine Lukito, Yiping Xia, Kirsten AdamsSocial Science Computer Reviewfulltext not available
2020Computational social science: Obstacles and opportunitiesDavid MJ Lazer, Alex Pentland, Duncan J Watts, Sinan Aral, Susan Athey, Noshir Contractor, Deen Freelon, Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Gary King, Helen Margetts, et al.Sciencefulltext
2020False equivalencies: Online activism from left to rightDeen Freelon, Alice Marwick, Daniel KreissSciencefulltext
2020Assessing the Russian Internet Research Agency’s impact on the political attitudes and behaviors of American Twitter users in late 2017Christopher A Bail, Brian Guay, Emily Maloney, Aidan Combs, D Sunshine Hillygus, Friedolin Merhout, Deen Freelon, Alexander VolfovskyProceedings of the national academy of sciencesfulltext
2020Russian disinformation campaigns on Twitter target political communities across the spectrum. Collaboration between opposed political groups might be the most effective way to …Deen Freelon, Tetyana LokotMisinformation Reviewfulltext
2020The evolving journalistic roles on social media: Exploring “engagement” as relationship-building between journalists and citizensYiping Xia, Sue Robinson, Megan Zahay, Deen FreelonJournalism Practicefulltext not available
2020On Writing in Communication and Media Studies| Two Brief Points on Publication ImpactDeen FreelonInternational Journal of Communicationfulltext
2020Disinformation as political communicationDeen Freelon, Chris WellsRoutledgefulltext
2020Social media data collection toolsDeen Freelonfulltext not available
2020Measurement considerations for quantitative social science research using social media dataJonathan Ladd, Rebecca Ryan, Lisa Singh, Leticia Bode, Ceren Budak, Frederick Conrad, Elizabeth Cooksey, Pamela Davis-Kean, Keenan Dworak-Fisher, Deen Freelon, et al.PsyArXivfulltext not available
2020When social media data disappearDeen FreelonColumbia University Pressfulltext not available
2020Partition-Specific Network Analysis of Digital Trace DataDeen FreelonOxford University Pressfulltext
2019Tweeting left, right, & center: How users and attention are distributed across Twitter (pp. 1-38)Deen FreelonJohn S. & James L. Knight Foundationfulltext not available
2018The Twitter exploit: How Russian propaganda infiltrated US newsJosephine Lukito, Chris Wells, Yini Zhang, Larisa Doroshenko, Sang Jung Kim, Min-Hsin Su, Deen FreelonURL: https://uwmadison. app. box. com/v/TwitterExploit (20.03. 2018)fulltext
2018Computational research in the post-API ageDeen FreelonPolitical Communicationfulltext
2018Quantifying the power and consequences of social media protestDeen Freelon, Charlton McIlwain, Meredith ClarkNew Media & Societyfulltext
2018How Black Twitter and other social media communities interact with mainstream newsDeen Freelon, Lori Lopez, Meredith D Clark, Sarah J JacksonKnight Foundationfulltext
2018The Filter Map: Media and the Pursuit of Truth and LegitimacyDeen FreelonKnight Foundationfulltext
2018Inferring individual-level characteristics from digital trace data: Issues and recommendationsDeen FreelonRoutledgefulltext
2017Personalized information environments and their potential consequences for disinformationDeen FreelonUnderstanding and addressing the disinformafion ecosystemfulltext
2017Campaigns in control: Analyzing controlled interactivity and message discipline on FacebookDeen FreelonJournal of Information Technology & Politicsfulltext
2017Online clustering, fear and uncertainty in Egypt’s transitionMarc Lynch, Deen Freelon, Sean AdayDemocratizationfulltext
2016How social media undermined Egypt’s democratic transitionS Aday, Deen Freelon, M LynchWashington Post (Monkey Cage)fulltext
2016Net neutrality| narrowing the gap: gender and mobilization in net neutrality advocacyDeen Freelon, Amy B Becker, Bob Lannon, Andrew PendletonInternational Journal of Communicationfulltext not available
2016Beyond the hashtags:# Ferguson,# Blacklivesmatter, and the online struggle for offline justiceDeen Freelon, Charlton D McIlwain, Meredith ClarkCenter for Media & Social Impact, American University, Forthcomingfulltext
2016How social media undermines transitions to democracyMarc Lynch, Deen Freelon, Sean AdayBlogs and Bullets IV: Peace Tech Labfulltext
2016The measure of a movement: Quantifying Black lives matter’s social media powerDeen Freelonfulltext
2015Agenda-setting in the one-step flow: Evidence from Facebook in the 2012 electionDeen FreelonWorkshop on Social Media and the Prospects for Expanded Democraticfulltext not available
2015Online fragmentation in wartime: A longitudinal analysis of tweets about Syria, 2011-2013Deen Freelon, Marc Lynch, Sean AdayThe ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciencefulltext
2015Discourse architecture, ideology, and democratic norms in online political discussionDeen FreelonNew media & societyfulltext
2015Of big birds and bayonets: Hybrid Twitter interactivity in the 2012 presidential debatesDeen Freelon, David KarpfInformation, Communication & Societyfulltext
2015Focus on the tech: Internet centrism in global protest coverageDeen Freelon, Sarah Merritt, Taylor JaymesDigital Journalismfulltext
2015Handbook of Digital PoliticsS Coleman, Deen FreelonCheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishingfulltext
2015Introduction: conceptualizing digital politicsStephen Coleman, Deen FreelonEdward Elgar Publishingfulltext
2015On the cutting edge of big data: Digital politics research in the social computing literatureDeen FreelonEdward Elgar Publishingfulltext
2015Big Data AnalysisDeen FreelonJohn Wiley & Sons, Ltdfulltext
2014Syria in the Arab Spring: The integration of Syria’s conflict with the Arab uprisings, 2011-2013Marc Lynch, Deen Freelon, Sean AdayResearch & Politicsfulltext
2014Twitter Subgraph Manipulator (Version 3)Deen FreelonPython. Available from https://github. com/dfreelon/TSMfulltext not available
2014Social Media and Transnational Involvement in Civil WarMarc Lynch, Deen Freelon, Sean AdayProgram on International Security Policy (PISP), University of Chicagofulltext not available
2014Online civic activism: Where does it fit?Deen FreelonPolicy & Internetfulltext
2014The effect of the Internet on civic engagement under authoritarianism: The case of AzerbaijanKaty E Pearce, Deen Freelon, Sarah KendziorFirst Mondayfulltext
2014Syria's socially mediated civil warMarc Lynch, Deen Freelon, Sean AdayUniversitäts-und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhaltfulltext
2014On the interpretation of digital trace data in communication and social computing researchDeen FreelonTaylor & Francisfulltext
2014Tweeting to Power: The Social Media Revolution in American Politics, by Jason Gainous and Kevin M. WagnerDeen FreelonRoutledgefulltext
2013YouTube interventions: The Syria conflict from YouTube to the mainstream mediaSean Aday, Deen Freelon, Marc Lynchannual meeting of the International Communication Association, Hilton Metropole Hotel, London, Englandfulltext not available
2013T2G: Convert (all) Twitter mentions to Gephi formatDeen FreelonRetrieved on Octoberfulltext
2013Participation in the youth civic web: Assessing user activity levels in web sites presenting two civic stylesDeen Freelon, Chris Wells, W Lance BennettJournal of Information Technology & Politicsfulltext
2013ReCal OIR: ordinal, interval, and ratio intercoder reliability as a web service.Deen FreelonInternational journal of internet sciencefulltext not available
2013Watching from afar: Media consumption patterns around the Arab SpringSean Aday, Henry Farrell, Deen Freelon, Marc Lynch, John Sides, Michael DewarAmerican Behavioral Scientistfulltext
2013Introduction to the Special Issue on New Media and Social UnrestZeynep Tufekci, Deen FreelonAmerican Behavioral Scientistfulltext
2013Co-citation map of 9 comm journals, 2003-2013Deen Freelonfulltext
2012Arab Spring Twitter data now available (sort of)Deen FreelonURL: http://dfreelon. org/2012/02/11/arab-spring-twitter-data-now-availablesort-offulltext
2012Digital Media and YouthW. Lance Bennett, Deen Freelon, M Hussain, Chris WellsThe SAGE Handbook of Political Communicationfulltext
2012Facilitating diverse political engagement with the living voters guideDeen Freelon, Travis Kriplean, Jonathan Morgan, W Lance Bennett, Alan BorningJournal of Information Technology & Politicsfulltext
2012Blogs and Bullets II: New Media and Conflict after the Arab SpringSean Aday, Henry Farrell, Marc Lynch, John Sides, Deen FreelonTechnical report, United States Institute of Peacefulltext
2012Supporting reflective public thought with consideritTravis Kriplean, Jonathan Morgan, Deen Freelon, Alan Borning, Lance BennettACMfulltext
2012What Resonated with Obama’s and Romney’s Facebook Followers?” dfreelon. orgDeen FreelonNovemberfulltext
2011Sorting through claims about the Internet and revolutionsDeen FreelonRetrieved Mayfulltext
2011Communicating civic engagement: Contrasting models of citizenship in the youth web sphereW Lance Bennett, Chris Wells, Deen FreelonJournal of communicationfulltext
2011Talking among themselves: Online youth civic communication in managed and autonomous environmentsDeen FreelonInformation, Communication & Societyfulltext not available
2011The MENA protests on Twitter: some empirical dataDeen FreelonDFreelon.orgfulltext
2011Opening closed regimes: what was the role of social media during the Arab Spring?Philip N Howard, Aiden Duffy, Deen Freelon, Muzammil M Hussain, Will Mari, Marwa MaziadAvailable at SSRN 2595096fulltext
2011ConsiderIt: improving structured public deliberationTravis Kriplean, Jonathan T Morgan, Deen Freelon, Alan Borning, Lance BennettACMfulltext
2011Democracies of design: How discourse architecture shapes online political talkDeen FreelonDissertation (University of Washington)fulltext
2010Analyzing online political discussion using three models of democratic communicationDeen FreelonNew Media & Societyfulltext
2010ReCal: Intercoder reliability calculation as a web serviceDeen FreelonInternational Journal of Internet Sciencefulltext
2010Changing citizen identity and the rise of a participatory media cultureW Lance Bennett, Deen Freelon, Chris WellsHandbook of research on civic engagement in youthfulltext
2009Communicating citizenship online: Models of civic learning in the youth web sphereW Lance Bennett, Chris Wells, Deen FreelonA Report from the Civic Learning Online Projectfulltext
2009Worked examples for nominal intercoderreliabilityDeen Freelonfulltext not available
2008Town halls of the digital age: Controversy and ideology in online deliberation (and beyond)Deen Freelon, Mitsuharu Watanabe, Laura Busch, Akira KawabataConference of the Association of Internet Researchers, Copenhagen, Denmarkfulltext not available
2008Managed Apprentices Or Autonomous Agents?: Assessing Online Civic Designs for Digital NativesDeen FreelonMaster's thesis (University of Washington)fulltext not available