The Use of Twitter during the 2009 German National Election

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JÜRGENS, Pascal, Andreas JUNGHERR, 2015. The Use of Twitter during the 2009 German National Election. In: German Politics. 24(4), pp. 469-490. ISSN 0964-4008. eISSN 1743-8993

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