Pascal Jürgens
Pascal Jürgens
Institute for Mass Communication, University of Mainz, Germany
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Why the pirate party won the german election of 2009 or the trouble with predictions: A response to tumasjan, a., sprenger, to, sander, pg, & welpe, im “predicting elections …
A Jungherr, P Jürgens, H Schoen
Social science computer review 30 (2), 229-234, 2012
Small worlds with a difference: New gatekeepers and the filtering of political information on Twitter
P Jürgens, A Jungherr, H Schoen
Proceedings of the 3rd international web science conference, 1-5, 2011
The mediation of politics through Twitter: An analysis of messages posted during the campaign for the German federal election 2013
A Jungherr, H Schoen, P Jürgens
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 21 (1), 50-68, 2016
The Political Click: Political Participation through E‐Petitions in Germany
A Jungherr, P Jürgens
Policy & Internet 2 (4), 131-165, 2010
Digital trace data in the study of public opinion: An indicator of attention toward politics rather than political support
A Jungherr, H Schoen, O Posegga, P Jürgens
Social Science Computer Review 35 (3), 336-356, 2017
Ganz meine Meinung? Informationsintermediäre und Meinungsbildung–Eine Mehrmethodenstudie am Beispiel von Facebook
B Stark, M Magin, P Jürgens
Landesanstalt für Medien Nordrhein-Westalen (LfM), 2017
Forecasting the pulse: how deviations from regular patterns in online data can identify offline phenomena
A Jungherr, P Jürgens
Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 23 (5), 589-607, 2013
Wahlkampf vom Sofa aus: Twitter im Bundestagswahlkampf 2009
P Jürgens, A Jungherr
Das Internet im Wahlkampf, 201-225, 2011
Through a glass, darkly: Tactical support and symbolic association in Twitter messages commenting on Stuttgart 21
A Jungherr, P Jürgens
Social Science Computer Review 32 (1), 74-89, 2014
Gefangen in der Filter Bubble?: Search engine bias und Personalisierungsprozesse bei Suchmaschinen
P Jürgens, B Stark, M Magin
The use of Twitter during the 2009 German national election
P Jürgens, A Jungherr
German politics 24 (4), 469-490, 2015
Communities of communication: Making sense of the “social” in social media
P Jürgens
Journal of Technology in Human Services 30 (3-4), 186-203, 2012
Navigieren im Netz: Befunde einer qualitativen und quantitativen Nutzerbefragung
B Stark, M Magin, P Jürgens
E-Petitionen in Deutschland: Zwischen niedrigschwelligem Partizipationsangebot und quasi-plebiszitärer Nutzung
A Jungherr, P Jürgens
Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen, 523-537, 2011
Stuttgart’s Black Thursday on Twitter: Mapping political protests with social media data
A Jungherr, P Jürgens
Analyzing social media data and web networks, 154-196, 2014
The power of default on Reddit: A general model to measure the influence of information intermediaries
P Jürgens, B Stark
Policy & Internet 9 (4), 395-419, 2017
Why the pirate party won the german election of 2009 or the trouble with predictions: A response to “predicting elections with twitter: What 140 characters reveal about …
A Jungherr, P Jürgens, H Schoen
Social Science Computer Review, 2011
A tutorial for using Twitter data in the social sciences: Data collection, preparation, and analysis
P Jürgens, A Jungherr
Preparation, and Analysis (January 5, 2016), 2016
Forschung in geschlossenen Plattformendes Social Web
M Eble, M Ziegele, P Jürgens
Two half-truths make a whole? On bias in self-reports and tracking data
P Jürgens, B Stark, M Magin
Social Science Computer Review 38 (5), 600-615, 2020
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