David Romney
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Anti-Americanism and anti-interventionism in Arabic Twitter discourses
AA Jamal, RO Keohane, D Romney, D Tingley
Perspectives on Politics 13 (1), 55-73, 2015
Plain text? Transparency in computer-assisted text analysis
D Romney, B Stewart, D Tingley
Qualitative & Multi-Method Research 13 (1), 32-37, 2015
Chinese views of the United States: evidence from Weibo
Y Guan, D Tingley, D Romney, A Jamal, R Keohane
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 20 (1), 1-30, 2020
Changing hearts and minds? Why media messages designed to foster empathy often fail
JR Gubler, CF Karpowitz, JQ Monson, DA Romney, M South
The Journal of Politics 84 (4), 2156-2171, 2022
How Threats of Exclusion Mobilize Palestinian Political Participation
CM Weiss, A A. Siegel, D Romney
American Journal of Political Science 67 (4), 1080-1095, 2023
The Supply of Conspiracy Theories in State-Controlled Media
G Koehler-Derrick, RA Nielsen, D Romney
The enemy of my enemy is not my friend: Arabic Twitter sentiment toward ISIS and the United States
D Romney, AA Jamal, RO Keohane, D Tingley
International Studies Quarterly 65 (4), 1176-1184, 2021
Social Accountability and Public Goods Provision: Testing Informal Mechanisms to Improve Community Welfare in the Slums of Delhi
M Cammett, P Chakrabarti, D Romney
Available at SSRN, 2022
Anti-Americanism in Arabic Twitter discourses is driven by perceptions of US impingement in the region.
AA Jamal, RO Keohane, D Romney, D Tingley
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2015
Persecuted Minorities and Defensive Cooperation: Contributions to Public Goods by Hindus and Muslims in Delhi
M Cammett, P Chakrabarti, D Romney
Comparative Political Studies 57 (2), 321-355, 2024
What Affects Attitudes Toward US-Related Conspiracy Theories in the Arab Middle East?
D Romney, D Tingley, A Jamal
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