Fabio Giglietto
Fabio Giglietto
Associate Professor, UniversitÓ di Urbino Carlo Bo
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Second Screen and Participation: A Content Analysis on a Full Season Dataset of Tweets
F Giglietto, D Selva
Journal of Communication 64 (2), 260-277, 2014
The open laboratory: Limits and possibilities of using Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube as a research data source
F Giglietto, L Rossi, D Bennato
Journal of technology in human services 30 (3-4), 145-159, 2012
It takes a village to manipulate the media: coordinated link sharing behavior during 2018 and 2019 Italian elections
F Giglietto, N Righetti, L Rossi, G Marino
Information, Communication & Society 23 (6), 867-891, 2020
‘Fake news’ is the invention of a liar: How false information circulates within the hybrid news system
F Giglietto, L Iannelli, A Valeriani, L Rossi
Current sociology 67 (4), 625-642, 2019
A Hashtag Worth a Thousand Words: Discursive Strategies Around #JeNeSuisPasCharlie After the 2015 Charlie Hebdo Shooting
F Giglietto, Y Lee
Social Media+ Society 3 (1), 2056305116686992, 2017
Fakes, news and the election: A new taxonomy for the study of misleading information within the hybrid media system
F Giglietto, L Iannelli, L Rossi, A Valeriani
Giglietto, F., Iannelli, L., Valeriani, A., & Rossi, L.(2019).‘Fake news’ isá…, 2016
To Be or Not to Be Charlie: Twitter hashtags as a discourse and counter-discourse in the aftermath of the 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting in France
F Giglietto, Y Lee
Proceedings of the 5th workshop on making sense of microposts co-locatedá…, 2015
Facebook digital traces for survey research: Assessing the efficiency and effectiveness of a Facebook Ad–based procedure for recruiting online survey respondents in niche andá…
L Iannelli, F Giglietto, L Rossi, E Zurovac
Social Science Computer Review 38 (4), 462-476, 2020
Social Media and Italian Universities: An Empirical Study on the Adoption and Use of Facebook, Twitter and Youtube
A Lovari, F Giglietto
Coordinated link sharing behavior as a signal to surface sources of problematic information on Facebook
F Giglietto, N Righetti, L Rossi, G Marino
International conference on social media and society, 85-91, 2020
Networked intimacy. Intimacy and friendship among Italian Facebook users
M Farci, L Rossi, G Boccia Artieri, F Giglietto
Information, Communication & Society 20 (5), 784-801, 2017
Diverging patterns of interaction around news on social media: Insularity and partisanship during the 2018 Italian election campaign
F Giglietto, A Valeriani, N Righetti, G Marino
Disinformation and Data Lockdown on Social Platforms, 80-99, 2021
Twitter use during TV: A full-season analysis of# serviziopubblico hashtag
L Rossi, F Giglietto
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 60 (2), 331-346, 2016
Hybrid spaces of politics: The 2013 general elections in Italy, between talk shows and Twitter
L Iannelli, F Giglietto
Information, Communication & Society 18 (9), 1006-1021, 2015
Mapping italian news media political coverage in the lead-up to 2018 general election
F Giglietto, L Iannelli, L Rossi, A Valeriani, N Righetti, F Carabini, ...
Available at SSRN 3179930, 2018
Ethics and interdisciplinarity in computational social science
F Giglietto, L Rossi
Methodological Innovations Online 7 (1), 25-36, 2012
If likes were votes: An empirical study on the 2011 italian administrative elections
F Giglietto
Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 6á…, 2012
Eyes on You: Analyzing User Generated Content for Social Science
C Fonio, F Giglietto, R Pruno, L Rossi, S Pedrioli
Towards a Social Science of Web 2.0 2, 2007
Understanding coordinated and inauthentic link sharing behavior on Facebook in the run-up to 2018 general election and 2019 European election in Italy
F Giglietto, N Righetti, G Marino
SocArXiv, 2019
Moving towards a socially-driven internet architectural design
R Sofia, P Mendes, MJ Damßsio, S Henriques, F Giglietto, E Giambitto, ...
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 42 (3), 39-46, 2012
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