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Christopher Bail
Christopher Bail
Professor of Sociology and Public Policy, Duke University
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Exposure To Opposing Views Can Increase Political Polarization: Evidence From A Large-Scale Field Experiment On Social Media.
AV Bail, Christopher A., Lisa Argyle, Taylor Brown, John Bumpus, Haohan Chen ...
SocArXiv, 2018
1780*2018
Political sectarianism in America
EJ Finkel, CA Bail, M Cikara, PH Ditto, S Iyengar, S Klar, L Mason, ...
Science 370 (6516), 533-536, 2020
6382020
The configuration of symbolic boundaries against immigrants in Europe
CA Bail
American sociological review 73 (1), 37-59, 2008
6362008
The configuration of symbolic boundaries against immigrants in Europe
CA Bail
American sociological review 73 (1), 37-59, 2008
6362008
The cultural environment: measuring culture with big data
C Bail
Theory and Society 43 (March), 2014
4432014
The Fringe Effect Civil Society Organizations and the Evolution of Media Discourse about Islam since the September 11th Attacks
CA Bail
American Sociological Review 77 (6), 855-879, 2012
3972012
Breaking the social media prism: How to make our platforms less polarizing
C Bail
Princeton University Press, 2022
3502022
Terrified: How anti-Muslim fringe organizations became mainstream
CA Bail
Princeton University Press, 2015
2732015
Computational social science and sociology
A Edelmann, T Wolff, D Montagne, CA Bail
Annual Review of Sociology 46, 61-81, 2020
2672020
A theory of resonance
TE McDonnell, CA Bail, I Tavory
Sociological theory 35 (1), 1-14, 2017
2292017
Assessing the Russian Internet Research Agency’s impact on the political attitudes and behaviors of American Twitter users in late 2017
CA Bail, B Guay, E Maloney, A Combs, DS Hillygus, F Merhout, D Freelon, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 117 (1), 243-250, 2020
2232020
Measuring culture
JC Lena, O Lizardo, TE McDonnell, A Mische, I Tavory, FFVE Wherry, ...
Columbia University Press, 2019
1722019
Combining natural language processing and network analysis to examine how advocacy organizations stimulate conversation on social media
CA Bail
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (42), 11823-11828, 2016
1722016
Sur les frontières de la reconnaissance. Les catégories internes et externes de l’identité collective
M Lamont, CA Bail
Revue européenne des migrations internationales 21 (2), 61-90, 2005
1082005
Channeling hearts and minds: Advocacy organizations, cognitive-emotional currents, and public conversation
CA Bail, TW Brown, M Mann
American Sociological Review 82 (6), 1188-1213, 2017
1042017
Cultural carrying capacity: Organ donation advocacy, discursive framing, and social media engagement
CA Bail
Social Science & Medicine 165, 280-288, 2016
852016
Interventions to reduce partisan animosity
R Hartman, W Blakey, J Womick, C Bail, EJ Finkel, H Han, J Sarrouf, ...
Nature human behaviour 6 (9), 1194-1205, 2022
742022
Emotional Feedback and the Viral Spread of Social Media Messages About Autism Spectrum Disorders
CA Bail
American Journal of Public Health, 2016
592016
Bridging Boundaries: The Equalization Strategies of Stigmatized Ethno-racial Groups Compared. CES Working Papers No. 154, 2008
M Lamont, C Bail
592008
Taming big data: Using app technology to study organizational behavior on social media
CA Bail
Sociological Methods & Research 46 (2), 189-217, 2017
472017
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