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Matthew Wall
Matthew Wall
Associate Professor of Politics, Swansea University
Zweryfikowany adres z swansea.ac.uk - Strona główna
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Do voters follow the recommendations of voter advice application websites? A study of the effects of kieskompas. nl on its users’ vote choices in the 2010 Dutch legislative …
M Wall, A Krouwel, T Vitiello
Party Politics 20 (3), 416-428, 2014
1222014
Picking your party online–An investigation of Ireland's first online voting advice application
M Wall, ML Sudulich, R Costello, E Leon
Information Polity 14 (3), 203-218, 2009
852009
“Every little helps”: Cyber-campaigning in the 2007 Irish general election
ML Sudulich, M Wall
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 7 (4), 340-355, 2010
752010
The practicalities of issuing vote advice: a new methodology for profiling and matching
A Krouwel, T Vitiello, M Wall
International Journal of Electronic Governance 5 (3), 223, 2012
712012
The impact of voting advice applications on vote choice
I Andreadis, M Wall
Matching voters with parties and candidates. Voting advice applications in …, 2014
332014
Keeping up with the Murphys? Candidate cyber-campaigning in the 2007 Irish General Election
ML Sudulich, M Wall
Parliamentary Affairs 62 (3), 456-475, 2009
302009
How do candidates spend their money? Objects of campaign spending and the effectiveness of diversification
ML Sudulich, M Wall
Electoral Studies 30 (1), 91-101, 2011
262011
Why bother campaigning? Campaign effectiveness in the 2009 European Parliament elections
ML Sudulich, M Wall, DM Farrell
Electoral Studies 32 (4), 768-778, 2013
192013
Prosumers in a digital multiverse: An investigation of how WeChat is affecting Chinese citizen journalism
Y Wu, M Wall
Global Media and China 4 (1), 36-51, 2019
182019
Me too for Web 2.0? Patterns of online campaigning among candidates in the 2010 UK general elections
ML Sudulich, M Wall, E Jansen, K Cunningham
Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Annual Conference, University of Essex …, 2010
172010
The ties that bind: How the dominance of WeChat combines with guanxi to inhibit and constrain China’s contentious politics
Y Wu, M Wall
new media & society 21 (8), 1714-1733, 2019
142019
Wired voters: The effects of Internet use on voters’ electoral uncertainty
L Sudulich, M Wall, L Baccini
British Journal of Political Science 45 (4), 853-881, 2015
142015
Is It What You Say, or How You Say It? An Experimental Analysis of the Effects of Invitation Wording for OnlinePanel Surveys
Z Fazekas, MT Wall, A Krouwel
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (2), 235-244, 2014
132014
Voting advice applications as campaign actors: Mapping VAAs’ interactions with parties, media and voters
APM Krouwel, T Vitiello, MT Wall
Matching Voters with Parties and Candidates. Voting Advice Applications in a …, 2014
132014
Courting, but not always serving: Perverted Burkeanism and the puzzle of Irish Parliamentary Cohesion
DM Farrell, P Mair, S Ó Muineacháin, M Wall
Paper originally prepared for Parties as Organizations and Parties as …, 2012
122012
The miracle of the markets: Identifying key campaign events in the Scottish independence referendum using betting odds
M Wall, R Costello, S Lindsay
Electoral Studies 46, 39-47, 2017
102017
Measuring the impact of voting advice applications on vote choice
I Andreadis, M Wall
Matching voters with parties and candidates: Voting advice applications in …, 2013
102013
What are the odds? Using constituency-level betting markets to forecast seat shares in the 2010 UK General Elections
M Wall, ML Sudulich, K Cunningham
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 22 (1), 3-26, 2012
102012
Internet explorers: the online campaign
M Wall, ML Sudulich
How Ireland Voted 2011, 89-106, 2011
102011
Internet effects in times of political crisis: Online newsgathering and attitudes toward the European Union
L Baccini, L Sudulich, M Wall
Public Opinion Quarterly 80 (2), 411-436, 2016
92016
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