Giuliano Bobba
Giuliano Bobba
Associate Professor, University of Turin / Collegio Carlo Alberto
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Social media populism: Features and ‘likeability’of Lega Nord communication on Facebook
G Bobba
European Political Science 18, 11-23, 2019
Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe
G Bobba, N Hubé
Springer Nature, 2021
Different types of right-wing populist discourse in government and opposition: The case of Italy
G Bobba, D McDonnell
South European Society and Politics 21 (3), 281-299, 2016
The likeability of populism on social media in the 2018 Italian general election
G Bobba, F Roncarolo
Italian Political Science 13 (1), 51-62, 2018
Italy: a strong and enduring market for populism
G Bobba, D McDonnell
European populism in the shadow of the great recession, 163-179, 2015
Italy: A breeding ground for populist political communication
G Bobba, G Legnante
Populist political communication in Europe, 221-234, 2016
News on events and social media: A comparative analysis of Facebook users’ reactions
S Salgado, G Bobba
Journalism studies 20 (15), 2258-2276, 2019
Perceptions of Europe: a comparative sociology of European attitudes
D Gaxie, N Hubé, RJ ed), P Aldrin, G Bobba, MH Bruère, D Dakowska, ...
ECPR Press, 2011
Populism and the gender gap: Comparing digital engagement with populist and non-populist Facebook pages in France, Italy, and Spain
G Bobba, C Cremonesi, M Mancosu, A Seddone
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (4), 458-475, 2018
Candidates in a negative light. The 2013 Italian election campaign in the media
G Bobba, G Legnante, F Roncarolo, A Seddone
Rivista italiana di scienza politica 43 (3), 353-380, 2013
Using deep-learning algorithms to derive basic characteristics of social media users: The Brexit campaign as a case study
M Mancosu, G Bobba
Plos one 14 (1), e0211013, 2019
COVID-19 and populism: A sui generis crisis
G Bobba, N Hubé
Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe, 1-16, 2021
How do Eurosceptic parties and economic crisis affect news coverage of the European Union? Evidence from the 2014 European elections in Italy
G Bobba, A Seddone
European Politics and Society 19 (2), 147-165, 2018
Partito personale o personalizzato? L'evoluzione del Partito Democratico: 2007-2015
G Bobba, A Seddone
Ragion pratica, 57-84, 2016
European elections in Italian media: between second order campaign and the construction of a European public sphere
M Belluati, G Bobba
CEU Political Science Journal 5 (2), 160-186, 2010
Italy: A highly regulated system in search of equality.
C Padovani, G Bobba, A Baroni, M Belluati, C Biancalana, M Bomba, ...
The Media for Democracy Monitor 2021, 315-386, 2021
Between mitigation and dramatization: The effect of the COVID-19 crisis on populists’ discourses and strategies
G Bobba, N Hubé
Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe, 131-144, 2021
Populist communication on social media
S Bennett, A Lipiński, A Stępińska, D Abadi, M Baloge, G Bobba, ...
Politicians’ Perceptions of Populism and the Media: A Cross-National Study Based on Semi-Structured Interviews 1
S Salgado, J Stanyer, G Hajzer, DN Hopmann, B Kalsnes, G Legnante, ...
Communicating Populism, 51-68, 2019
Between the ideological and communicative approaches: Hard and soft populism in France and Italy
G Bobba, A Seddone
Representation 58 (1), 49-66, 2022
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