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Multi-Party Media Partisanship Attention Score. Estimating Partisan Attention of News Media Sources Using Twitter Data in the Lead-up to 2018 Italian Election

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Multi-Party Media Partisanship Attention Score. Estimating Partisan Attention of News Media Sources Using Twitter Data in the Lead-up to 2018 Italian Election. / Giglietto, Fabio; Righetti, Nicola; Marino, Giada; Rossi, Luca.

In: Comunicazione Politica, 01.04.2019, p. 85-108.

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title = "Multi-Party Media Partisanship Attention Score. Estimating Partisan Attention of News Media Sources Using Twitter Data in the Lead-up to 2018 Italian Election",
abstract = "The ongoing radical transformations in communication ecosystems have brought up concerns about the risks of partisan selective exposure and ideological polarization. Traditionally, partisan selective exposure is measured by cross-tabulating survey responses to questions on vote intentions and media consumption. This process is expensive, limits the number of news outlets taken into account and is prone to the typical biases of self-reported data. Building upon previous works and with a specific focus on the online media...",
author = "Fabio Giglietto and Nicola Righetti and Giada Marino and Luca Rossi",
year = "2019",
month = apr,
day = "1",
doi = "10.3270/93030",
language = "English",
pages = "85--108",
journal = "Comunicazione Politica",
issn = "1594-6061",
publisher = "Societa Editrice IlMulino",

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AU - Rossi, Luca

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AB - The ongoing radical transformations in communication ecosystems have brought up concerns about the risks of partisan selective exposure and ideological polarization. Traditionally, partisan selective exposure is measured by cross-tabulating survey responses to questions on vote intentions and media consumption. This process is expensive, limits the number of news outlets taken into account and is prone to the typical biases of self-reported data. Building upon previous works and with a specific focus on the online media...

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