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Alicia Wanless
Alicia Wanless
PhD, War Studies, King's College London
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The Audience is the Amplifier: Participatory Propaganda
AWM Berk
The SAGE Handbook of Propaganda, 85-104, 2019
53*2019
Participatory propaganda: The engagement of audiences in the spread of persuasive communications
A Wanless, M Berk
Social media and social order, 111-139, 2021
482021
How do you define a problem like influence?
A Wanless, J Pamment
Journal of Information Warfare 18 (3), 1-14, 2019
382019
Rebalancing cybersecurity imperatives: patching the social layer
DV Gioe, MS Goodman, A Wanless
Journal of Cyber Policy 4 (1), 117-137, 2019
222019
A digital ménage à trois: strategic leaks, propaganda and journalis
E Briant, A Wanless
Countering Online Propaganda and Extremism: The Dark Side of Digital Diplomacy 1, 2018
152018
Countries have more than 100 laws on the books to combat misinformation. How well do they work?
K Yadav, U Erdoğdu, S Siwakoti, JN Shapiro, A Wanless
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 77 (3), 124-128, 2021
132021
Unmasking the truth: public health experts, the coronavirus, and the raucous marketplace of ideas
V Smith, A Wanless
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2020
132020
Challenges of Countering Influence Operations
E Thomas, N Thompson, A Wanless
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace., 2022
122022
Evidence-based misinformation interventions: Challenges and opportunities for measurement and collaboration
Y Green, A Gully, Y Roth, A Roy, JA Tucker, A Wanless
Cargengie Endowment for International Peace. January 9, 2023
92023
The changing nature of propaganda: Coming to terms with influence in conflict
A Wanless, M Berk
The world information war, 63-80, 2021
72021
How threat actors are manipulating the British information environment
D Dobrowolski, DV Gioe, A Wanless
The RUSI Journal 165 (3), 22-38, 2020
72020
How Journalists Become an Unwitting Cog in the Influence Machine
A Wanless, L Walters
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, October, 2020
62020
I click, therefore I am: Predicting clicktivist-like actions on Candidates’ facebook posts during the 2016 US primary election
MED Valle, A Wanless-Berk, A Gruzd, P Mai
Networks, Hacking, and Media–CITA MS@ 30: Now and Then and Tomorrow, 137-154, 2018
62018
Unpredictably Trump? Predicting clicktivist-like actions on Trump's Facebook posts during the 2016 US primary election
M Esteve Del Valle, A Wanless-Berk, A Gruzd, P Mai
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social Media and Society …, 2018
42018
How Western Democracies Can Combat Russia’s Ukraine Disinformation
A Wanless
CEIP: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2022
22022
Research collaboration on influence operations between industry and academia: A way forward
JN Shapiro, N Thompson, A Wanless
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2020
22020
The Philippines is democracy’s dystopian future
A Wanless
CEIP: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2020
22020
Cyber-Influence Operations: A Legal Perspective
T Ramluckan, A Wanless, B van Niekerk
Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security …, 2019
22019
Operational Reporting By Online Services: A Proposed Framework
S Lai, N Shiffman, A Wanless
CEIP: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2023
12023
The More Things Change: Understanding Conflict in the Information Environment Through Information Ecology
A Wanless
King's College London, 2023
12023
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