Journal of Information Technology & Politics

(The TQCC of Journal of Information Technology & Politics is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Localized social media and civic life: Motivations, trust, and civic participation in local community contexts37
A tale of two cybers - how threat reporting by cybersecurity firms systematically underrepresents threats to civil society34
Algorithmic social media use and its relationship to attitude reinforcement and issue-specific political participation – The case of the 2015 European immigration movements32
Do “Good Citizens” fight hate speech online? Effects of solidarity citizenship norms on user responses to hate comments26
Who is gullible to political disinformation?” : predicting susceptibility of university students to fake news24
Fake news self-efficacy, fake news identification, and content sharing on Facebook22
Facebook affordances and citizen engagement during elections: European political parties and their benefit from online strategies?21
The hidden threat of cyber-attacks – undermining public confidence in government21
Increasing citizen participation in e-participatory budgeting processes18
Peripheral elaboration model: The impact of incidental news exposure on political participation16
What explains popular support for government monitoring in China?15
A market of black boxes: The political economy of Internet surveillance and censorship in Russia14
Indonesia’s rise in digital democracy and youth’s political participation14
What is political expression on social media anyway?: A systematic review13
The Influence of Goals and Timing: How Campaigns Deploy Ads on Facebook12
Efficient detection of online communities and social bot activity during electoral campaigns10
Social media, misinformation, and age inequality in online political engagement9
Mixing messages: How candidates vary in their use of Twitter9
Computer-mediated political expression: A conceptual framework of technological affordances and individual tradeoffs9
Invisible transparency: Visual attention to disclosures and source recognition in Facebook political advertising8
Tweeting in echo chambers? Analyzing Twitter discourse between American Jewish interest groups8
Social network matters: The influence of online social capital on youth political participation in Pakistan8
Dubious until officially censored: Effects of online censorship exposure on viewers’ attitudes in authoritarian regimes8
Topics to talk about. The effects of political topics and issue ownership on user engagement with politicians’ Facebook posts during the 2018 Hungarian general election7
Does news help us become knowledgeable or think we are knowledgeable? Examining a linkage of traditional and social media use with political knowledge7
Understanding the online relationship between politicians and citizens. A study on the user engagement of politicians’ Facebook posts in election and routine periods7
“Unpresidented!” or: What happens when the president attacks the federal judiciary on Twitter7
Comparing user-content interactivity and audience diversity across news and satire: differences in online engagement between satire, regular news and partisan news7
Ideological homophily or political interest: Factors affecting Twitter friendship network between politicians7
Stephen Colbert takes on Election 2020: #betterknowaballot, voter mobilization, and the return to playful participatory satire7
The politics of AI: democracy and authoritarianism in developing countries7
Neural blockchain technology for a new anticorruption token: towards a novel governance model7
Misinformation and professional news on largely unmoderated platforms: the case of telegram6
How politicians adapt to new media logic. A longitudinal perspective on accommodation to user-engagement on Facebook6
Attack or Block? Repertoires of Digital Censorship in Autocracies5
Race, social media news use, and political participation5
Undercurrents of echo chambers and flame wars: party political correlates of social media behavior4
The (null) over-time effects of exposure to local news websites: Evidence from trace data4
A wall of incivility? Public discourse and immigration in the 2016 U.S. Primaries4
Between analogue and digital: A critical exploration of strategic social media use in Greek election campaigns4
Understanding the democratic role of perceived online political micro-targeting: longitudinal effects on trust in democracy and political interest4
News snacking and political learning: changing opportunity structures of digital platform news use and political knowledge4
Hashtag framing and stakeholder targeting: An affordance perspective on China’s digital public diplomacy campaign during COVID-194
Harass, mislead, & polarize: An analysis of Twitter political bots’ tactics in targeting the immigration debate before the 2018 U.S. midterm election4
Online coverage of the COVID-19 outbreak in Anglo-American democracies: internet news coverage and pandemic politics in the USA, Canada, and New Zealand4
Manufacturing conflict or advocating peace? A study of social bots agenda building in the Twitter discussion of the Russia-Ukraine war4
Cookies and content moderation: affective chilling effects of internet surveillance and censorship4
The mere exposure effect of tweets on vote choice4
Government websites as data: a methodological pipeline with application to the websites of municipalities in the United States4
FBAdLibrarian and Pykognition: open science tools for the collection and emotion detection of images in Facebook political ads with computer vision4
Social media influencers talk about politics: Investigating the role of source factors and PSR in Gen-Z followers’ perceived information quality, receptivity and sharing intention4
Public responses to COVID-19 information from the public health office on Twitter and YouTube: implications for research practice4
Complaining and sharing personal concerns as political acts: how everyday talk about childcare and parenting on online forums increases public deliberation and civic engagement in China4
Constituent connections: senators’ reputation building in the age of social media4