Vincent Raynauld
Vincent Raynauld
Associate Professor, Emerson College
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The power of political image: Justin Trudeau, Instagram, and celebrity politics
M Lalancette, V Raynauld
American Behavioral Scientist 63 (7), 888-924, 2019
Tweet, click, vote: Twitter and the 2010 Ottawa municipal election
V Raynauld, J Greenberg
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 11 (4), 412-434, 2014
Political protest 2.0: Social media and the 2012 student strike in the province of Quebec, Canada
V Raynauld, M Lalancette, S Tourigny-Koné
French Politics 14 (1), 1-29, 2016
Canada is# IdleNoMore: exploring dynamics of Indigenous political and civic protest in the Twitterverse
V Raynauld, E Richez, K Boudreau Morris
Information, Communication & Society 21 (4), 626-642, 2018
Boutique populism: the emergence of the Tea Party movement in the age of digital politics
A Turcotte, V Raynauld
“Different strokes for different folks”: Implications of voter micro-targeting and appeal in the age of Donald Trump
V Raynauld, A Turcotte
Political marketing in the 2016 US presidential election, 11-28, 2018
Politique PQ 2.0: qui sont les blogueurs politiques québécois?
T Giasson, C Darisse, V Raynauld
Politique et sociétés 32 (3), 3-28, 2013
Hypercitizens from a distinct society: Characterizing Quebec’s political bloggers’ online and offline political involvement
T Giasson, V Raynauld, C Darisse
International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies …, 2011
Political bloggers and civic involvement: Why the Quebec experience matters
T Giasson, V Raynauld, C Darisse
annual meeting for the MidWest Political Science Association. Chicago …, 2009
Cartographie de la blogosphère politique québécoise: Utilisateurs, messages et intentions
T Giasson, V Raynauld, C Darisse
preconference of the International Communication Association. Montreal …, 2008
Rethinking digital activism as it unfolds: Twitterbased contention during the 2012 Quebec student strike
V Raynauld, M Lalancette, S Tourigny-Koné
What’s trending in Canadian politics, 44-62, 2019
The perfect political storm
The Tea Party movement, the redefinition of the digital political mediascape …, 2013
Citizen-Driven Political Blogs as Web-based Research Samples: Opportunities and Challenges.
V Raynauld, T Giasson, C Darisse
Graduate Journal of Social Science 8 (3), 2011
Constitution of representative and reliable Web-based research samples: The challenges of studying blogs and online socio-political networks
V Raynauld, T Giasson, C Darisse
Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference, 2009
What’s Trending in Canadian Politics?: Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere
M Lalancette, V Raynauld, E Crandall
UBC Press, 2019
Scandals and Screenshots: Social Media Elites in Canadian Politics
F McKelvey, M Côté, V Raynauld
Political Elites in Canada: Power and Influence in Instantaneous Times, 204-22, 2018
Mise en réseau d'un média émergent: l'utilisation des sources d'information en ligne par les blogues durant la campagne présidentielle américaine en 2004
V Raynauld
Public Image-making and Good Communication Strategies during Crises Can Help Politicians Seeking Re-election or Redeem Faltering Support
M Lalnacette, V Raynauld
Policy Options, 2020
Instagram, Justin Trudeau, and political image-making
M Lalancette, V Raynauld
Policy Options, 2018
The Perfect Political Storm? The Tea Party Movement, the Redefinition of the Digital Political Mediascape, and the Birth of Online Politicking 3.0.
V Raynauld
Carleton University, 2014
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