Social Media

Cross-country comparison of Public Opinion about CoVID-19

This project provides a cross-country comparison of how covid-19 discussions are evolved around institutional and political dynamics.

Tracking Public Opinion on Turkish Political Landscape

This project uses mixed computational, quantitative and qualitative methods to analyze the development of discussions about the two-fold 2019 Turkish local elections through tracking public tweets.

Tweeting from Gezi Park: Social Media and Repression Backfire

This paper examines how social media may facilitate protest mobilization in response to violent state repression, using survey data collected during Summer 2013 Gezi Protests in Istanbul, Turkey.

Social Media Effects on Offline Street Mobilization

This project looks at the mediating role of social media as a mode of recruitment in explaining the relation between repression and mobilization backfire/deterrence.