Toutes les publications de Shelley Boulianne


Boulianne, S., & Belland, S. (2022). Climate denial in Canada and the United States. Canadian Review of Sociology, 59(3): 369-394. 

Boulianne, S., & Shehata, A. (2021). Age differences in online news consumption and political expression in the United States, United Kingdom, and France. International Journal of Press/Politics, 1-21. 

Boulianne, S., & Ohme, J. (2021). Pathways to environmental activism in four countries: Social media, environmental concern, and political efficacy. Journal of Youth Studies, 1-22

Boulianne, S. (2021). Socially mediated political consumerism. Information, Communication & Society, 1-9.

Boulianne, S. (2022). Standby ties that mobilize: Social media platforms and civic engagement. Social Science Computer Review, 1-16.

Boulianne, S., & Hoffmann, C.P. (2022). The social, civic, and political uses of Instagram in four countries. Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media, 1-30.

Boulianne, S. (2022). Participatory inequality across countries: Contacting public officials online and offline. Social Science Computer Review, 1-26.

Boulianne, S., Copeland, L., & Koc-Michalska, K. (2022). Digital media and political consumerism in the United States, Britain, and France. New Media & Society, 1-21.

Boulianne, S., Belland, S., Sleptcov, N. et Larsson, A. O. (2021). Climate Change in the 2019 Canadian Federal Election. Climate9(5), 70.

Boulianne, S. et Larsson, A.O. (2021). Engagement with candidate posts on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook during the 2019 Election. New Media & Society, 1-22.

Boulianne, S. et Koc-Michalska, K. (2021). The role of personality in political talk and like-minded discussion. International Journal of Press-Politics, 1-25.

Boulianne, S., Lalancette, M. et Ilkiw, D. (2020). « School Strike 4 Climate »: Social media and the international youth protest on climate change. Media and Communication8(2), 208-218. 

Boulianne, S., Koc-Michalska, K. et Bimber, B. (2020). Mobilizing media: Comparing TV and social media effects on protest mobilization. Information, Communication & Society, 23(5), 642-664.