Propaganda Publications

Affective Politics of Digital Media: Propaganda by Other Means

Affective Politics of Digital Media: Propaganda by Other Means

Boler, M. (Ed.), & Davis, E. (Ed.)
2020

Routledge

We can have social media as we know it, or we can have democracy

We can have social media as we know it, or we can have democracy

Woolley, S.
September, 2020

Fast Company

How hate and misinformation go viral: A case study of a Trump retweet

How hate and misinformation go viral: A case study of a Trump retweet

Gursky, J., & Woolley, S.
September, 2020

TechStream, Brookings Institute

Social Media and Democracy The State of the Field, Prospects for Reform

Social Media and Democracy The State of the Field, Prospects for Reform

Persily, N. (Ed.), & Tucker, J. A. (Ed.).
August, 2020

Cambridge University Press

Nanoinfluencers Are Slyly Barnstorming the 2020 US Election

Nanoinfluencers Are Slyly Barnstorming the 2020 US Election

Joseff, K., Goodwin, A., & Woolley, S.
August, 2020

Wired

Amplify the Party, Suppress the Opposition: Social Media, Bots, and Electoral Fraud

Amplify the Party, Suppress the Opposition: Social Media, Bots, and Electoral Fraud

Woolley, S., & Monaco, N.
July, 2020

The Georgetown Law Technology Review

The Trump 2020 app is a voter surveillance tool of extraordinary power

The Trump 2020 app is a voter surveillance tool of extraordinary power

Gursky, J. & Woolley, S.
June, 2020

MIT Technology Review

Political operatives are targeting propaganda by location

Political operatives are targeting propaganda by location

Woolley, S.
June, 2020

TechStream, Brookings Institute

Covid-19 isn’t the only threat to privacy: In US politics surveillance was the norm long before the pandemic

Covid-19 isn’t the only threat to privacy: In US politics surveillance was the norm…

Joseff, K., & Woolley, S.
May, 2020

Foreign Affairs

From hanging out to figuring it out: Socializing online as a pathway to computational thinking

From hanging out to figuring it out: Socializing online as a pathway to computational…

Shorey, S., Hill, B.M., & Woolley, S.
May, 2020

New Media & Society

Encrypted messaging apps are the future of propaganda

Encrypted messaging apps are the future of propaganda

Woolley, S.
May, 2020

TechStream, Brookings Institute

Texts from politicians could be more dangerous than ever

Texts from politicians could be more dangerous than ever

Joseff, K., Gursky, J., & Woolley, S.
April, 2020

Wired

Social media giants should pay up for allowing misinformation

Social media giants should pay up for allowing misinformation

Woolley, S.
March, 2020

Wired

Gaming communication on the global stage: Social media disinformation and crisis situations

Gaming communication on the global stage: Social media disinformation and crisis situations

Kumleben, M., & Woolley, S.
March, 2020

Hoover Institution

Who Will Win the Reality Game? A propaganda expert’s lessons from the 2016 presidential campaign.

Who Will Win the Reality Game? A propaganda expert’s lessons from the 2016 presidential…

Woolley, S.
January, 2020

Slate

The demand for deceit: How the way we think drives disinformation

The demand for deceit: How the way we think drives disinformation

Joseff, K., & Woolley, S.
January, 2020

National Endowment for Democracy

We are fighting fake news AI bots with more AI: That’s a mistake

We are fighting fake news AI bots with more AI: That’s a mistake

Woolley, S.
January, 2020

MIT Technology Review