Tweets and votes, a special relationship : the 2009 federal election in germany

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JUNGHERR, Andreas Martin, 2013. Tweets and votes, a special relationship : the 2009 federal election in germany. Second workshop on Politics, elections and data. San Francisco, California, USA, 28. Okt 2013 - 28. Okt 2013. In: Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Politics, elections and data : PLEAD '13. Second workshop on Politics, elections and data. San Francisco, California, USA, 28. Okt 2013 - 28. Okt 2013. New York, New York, USA:ACM, pp. 5-14. ISBN 978-1-4503-2418-2

@inproceedings{Jungherr2013Tweet-36522, title={Tweets and votes, a special relationship : the 2009 federal election in germany}, year={2013}, doi={10.1145/2508436.2508437}, isbn={978-1-4503-2418-2}, address={New York, New York, USA}, publisher={ACM}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Politics, elections and data : PLEAD '13}, pages={5--14}, author={Jungherr, Andreas Martin} }

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