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How censorship in China allows government criticism but silences collective expression
G King, J Pan, ME Roberts
American political science Review 107 (2), 326-343, 2013
28842013
How the Chinese government fabricates social media posts for strategic distraction, not engaged argument
G King, J Pan, ME Roberts
American political science review 111 (3), 484-501, 2017
11982017
Reverse-engineering censorship in China: Randomized experimentation and participant observation
G King, J Pan, ME Roberts
Science 345 (6199), 1251722, 2014
5622014
Sources of authoritarian responsiveness: A field experiment in China
J Chen, J Pan, Y Xu
American journal of political science 60 (2), 383-400, 2016
5352016
China’s ideological spectrum
J Pan, Y Xu
The Journal of Politics 80 (1), 254-273, 2018
2932018
Conditional receptivity to citizen participation: Evidence from a survey experiment in China
T Meng, J Pan, P Yang
Comparative Political Studies 50 (4), 399-433, 2017
2452017
Current progress of China's free ART program
FJ Zhang, J Pan, L Yu, Y Wen, Y Zhao
Cell research 15 (11), 877-882, 2005
203*2005
CASM: A Deep-Learning Approach for Identifying Collective Action Events with Text and Image Data from Social Media (vol 49, pg 1, 2019)
H Zhang, J Pan
SOCIOLOGICAL METHODOLOGY, VOL 49 49, NP3-NP3, 2019
192*2019
Screenomics: A Framework to Capture and Analyze Personal Life Experiences and the Ways that Technology Shapes Them
B Reeves, N Ram, TN Robinson, JJ Cummings, CL Giles, J Pan, A Chiatti, ...
Human–Computer Interaction 36 (2), 150-201, 2021
1522021
Framing and agenda-setting in Russian news: a computational analysis of intricate political strategies
A Field, D Kliger, S Wintner, J Pan, D Jurafsky, Y Tsvetkov
arXiv preprint arXiv:1808.09386, 2018
1352018
How Saudi crackdowns fail to silence online dissent
J Pan, AA Siegel
American Political Science Review 114 (1), 109-125, 2020
1312020
Welfare for autocrats: How social assistance in China cares for its rulers
J Pan
Oxford University Press, USA, 2020
107*2020
No! Formal theory, causal inference, and big data are not contradictory trends in political science
BL Monroe, J Pan, ME Roberts, M Sen, B Sinclair
PS: Political Science & Politics 48 (1), 71-74, 2015
1072015
Concealing corruption: How Chinese officials distort upward reporting of online grievances
J Pan, K Chen
American Political Science Review 112 (3), 602-620, 2018
1032018
Capturing clicks: How the Chinese government uses clickbait to compete for visibility
Y Lu, J Pan
Political Communication 38 (1-2), 23-54, 2021
932021
How market dynamics of domestic and foreign social media firms shape strategies of internet censorship
J Pan
Problems of Post-Communism 64 (3-4), 167-188, 2017
812017
The digital repression of social movements, protest, and activism: A synthetic review
J Earl, TV Maher, J Pan
Science Advances 8 (10), eabl8198, 2022
782022
Like-minded sources on Facebook are prevalent but not polarizing
B Nyhan, J Settle, E Thorson, M Wojcieszak, P Barberá, AY Chen, ...
Nature 620 (7972), 137-144, 2023
752023
How do social media feed algorithms affect attitudes and behavior in an election campaign?
AM Guess, N Malhotra, J Pan, P Barberá, H Allcott, T Brown, ...
Science 381 (6656), 398-404, 2023
742023
China's newsmakers: official media coverage and political shifts in the Xi Jinping era
K Jaros, J Pan
The China Quarterly 233, 111-136, 2018
672018
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