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Misleading memes : the effects of deceptive visuals of the British National Party

Article
  • Year of Publication: 2020
  • Author(s): KLEIN, Ofra
  • Citation: Partecipazione e conflitto, 2020, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 154-179

Reverting trajectories? : UKIP’s organisational and discursive change after the Brexit referendum

Article
  • Year of Publication: 2020
  • Author(s): KLEIN, Ofra, PIRRO, Andrea
  • Citation: Information, communication and society, 2020, OnlineFirst

Covert hate speech : white nationalists and dog whistle communication on Twitter

Contribution to book
  • Year of Publication: 2020
  • Author(s): BHAT, Prashanth, KLEIN, Ofra
  • Citation: Gwen BOUVIER and Judith E. ROSENBAUM (eds), Twitter, the public sphere, and the chaos of online deliberation, Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, pp. 151-172

Challenges and opportunities of social media research : using Twitter and Facebook to investigate far right discourses

Contribution to book
  • Year of Publication: 2020
  • Author(s): MUIS, Jasper, KLEIN, Ofra, DIJKSTRA, Guido
  • Citation: Stephen D. ASHE, Joel BUSHER, Graham MACKLIN and Aaron WINTER (eds), Researching the Far Right : theory, method and practice, London : Routledge, 2020, pp. 147-163

How is the far right capitalizing on COVID-19?

Contribution to book
  • Year of Publication: 2020
  • Author(s): KLEIN, Ofra
  • Citation: Tamir BAR-ON and Bàrbara MOLAS (eds), Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic by the radical right : scapegoating, conspiracy theories and new narratives, Stuttgart : Ibidem-Verlag, 2020, pp. 31-34

Online discontent : comparing Western European far-right groups on Facebook

Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): KLEIN, Ofra, MUIS, Jasper
  • Citation: European societies, 2019, Vol. 21, No. 4 (SI), pp. 540-562