Cornelius Puschmann
Cornelius Puschmann
Professor of Digital Communication, ZeMKI, University of Bremen
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Twitter and society
K Weller, A Bruns, J Burgess, M Mahrt, C Puschmann
Peter Lang, 2013
382*2013
Metaphors of Big Data
C Puschmann, J Burgess
International Journal of Communication 8, 1690–1709, 2014
152*2014
Citation analysis in Twitter: Approaches for defining and measuring information flows within tweets during scientific conferences.
K Weller, E Dröge, C Puschmann
Making Sense of Microposts (#MSM2011), 1-12, 2011
1432011
The politics of Twitter data
C Puschmann, J Burgess
Twitter and Society, 2013
1392013
Data collection on Twitter
D Gaffney, C Puschmann
Twitter and society 55, 67, 2014
1192014
The corporate blog as an emerging genre of computer-mediated communication: features, constraints, discourse situation
C Puschmann
Universitätsverlag Göttingen, 2010
77*2010
Twitter for scientific communication: How can citations/references be identified and measured?
K Weller, C Puschmann
3rd International Conference on Web Science (ACM WebSci '11), 2011
682011
Science blogging: An exploratory study of motives, styles, and audience reactions
M Mahrt, C Puschmann
Journal of science Communication 13 (3), A05, 2014
662014
Blogging
C Puschmann
Pragmatics of Computer-Mediated Communication, 82-108, 2013
642013
Facebook shuts the gate after the horse has bolted, and hurts real research in the process
A Bruns, A Bechmann, J Burgess, A Chadwick, LS Clark, WH Dutton, ...
Internet Policy Review, 2018
492018
(Micro) blogging science? Notes on potentials and constraints of new forms of scholarly communication
C Puschmann
Opening science, 89-106, 2014
462014
Scholarly blogging: A new form of publishing or science journalism 2.0?
C Puschmann, M Mahrt
düsseldorf university press, 2012
392012
Lies at Wal-Mart: Style and the subversion of genre in the Life at Wal-Mart blog
C Puschmann
Genres in the Internet: Issues in the theory of genre, 49-84, 2009
362009
Automation, Algorithms, and Politics| Keeping Ottawa Honest—One Tweet at a Time? Politicians, Journalists, Wikipedians and Their Twitter Bots
H Ford, E Dubois, A Luck
International Journal of Communication 10, 24, 2016
352016
Tweeting across hashtags: overlapping users and the importance of language, topics, and politics
MT Bastos, C Puschmann, R Travitzki
Proceedings of the 24th ACM conference on hypertext and social media, 164-168, 2013
332013
Epilogue: Why Study Twitter?
C Puschmann, A Bruns, M Mahrt, K Weller, J Burgess
Twitter and society 89, 425-432, 2014
322014
Hashtagging and functional shift: Adaptation and appropriation of the
T Heyd, C Puschmann
Journal of Pragmatics 116, 51-63, 2017
312017
Explaining online news engagement based on browsing behavior: Creatures of habit?
J Möller, RN van de Velde, L Merten, C Puschmann
Social Science Computer Review 38 (5), 616-632, 2020
262020
The form and function of quoting in digital media
C Puschmann
Discourse, Context & Media, 2015
252015
Die Zukunft der Kommunikationswissenschaft ist schon da, sie ist nur ungleich verteilt
C Strippel, A Bock, C Katzenbach, M Mahrt, L Merten, C Nuernbergk, ...
Publizistik 63 (1), 11-27, 2018
222018
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