Skip to Content
 

Organized Section 18: Best Conference Paper Award

Information Technology and Politics Section Award Recipients

Best Conference Paper Award
The Best Conference Paper Award recognizes the best conference paper in the area of information technology and politics. The contest is limited to articles presented at conferences in the previous calendar year.

2016  Yannis Theocharis, Mannheim Centre for European Social Research
A Bad Workman Blames his Tweets.” 
2016  Pablo Barberá, New York University
A Bad Workman Blames his Tweets.” 
2016  Zoltán Fazekas, University of Southern Denmark
A Bad Workman Blames his Tweets.” 
2016  Sebastian Adrian Popa, Mannheim Centre for European Social Research
A Bad Workman Blames his Tweets.” 
2015  Natalie Jomini Stroud, University of Texas, Austin
“Can News Comment Sections Be More Deliberative?” 
2015  Joshua M. Scacco, Purdue University
“Can News Comment Sections Be More Deliberative?” 
2015  Ashley Muddiman, University of Wyoming
“Can News Comment Sections Be More Deliberative?” 
2015  Alexander L. Curry, University of Texas, Austin
“Can News Comment Sections Be More Deliberative?” 
2015  Honorable Mention
Kevin Wallsten, California State University
“Persuasion from Below? An Experimental Assessment of the Impact of Anonymous Comments Sections on New Reader Attitudes” 
2015  Honorable Mention
Melinda Tarsi, Bridgewater State University
“Persuasion from Below? An Experimental Assessment of the Impact of Anonymous Comments Sections on New Reader Attitudes” 
2014  Gabriella Sacramone-Lutz, Columbia University 
"Does Information Technology Flatten Interest Articulation?"
2014  Macartan Humphreys, Columbia University 
"Does Information Technology Flatten Interest Articulation?"
2014 Guy Grossman, University of Pennsylvania
"Does Information Technology Flatten Interest Articulation?"
American Political Science Association
1527 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036-1206
(202) 483-2512 • Fax: +1 (202) 483-2657

Scroll Up