Antoinette Pole
Antoinette Pole
Associate Professor Political Science, Montclair StateUniversity
Verified email at mail.montclair.edu
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What do bloggers do: an average day on an average political blog
L McKenna, A Pole
Public Choice 134 (1-2), 97-108, 2008
1742008
Diagnosis blog: checking up on health blogs in the blogosphere
EA Miller, A Pole
American Journal of Public Health 100 (8), 1514-1519, 2010
1572010
Farming alone? What’s up with the “C” in community supported agriculture
A Pole, M Gray
Agriculture and human values 30 (1), 85-100, 2013
1322013
Blogging the political: Politics and participation in a networked society
A Pole
Routledge, 2010
1322010
Do blogs matter? Weblogs in American politics
L McKenna, A Pole
American Political Science Association, 2004
742004
Understanding variations in user response to social media campaigns: A study of Facebook posts in the 2010 US elections
MA Xenos, T Macafee, A Pole
new media & society 19 (6), 826-842, 2017
572017
Black bloggers and the blogosphere
A Pole
Second International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society …, 2005
422005
Variation in health blog features and elements by gender, occupation, and perspective
EA Miller, A Pole, C Bateman
Journal of health communication 16 (7), 726-749, 2011
392011
Segmenting CSA members by motivation: Anything but two peas in a pod
A Pole, A Kumar
British Food Journal, 2015
302015
Congressional blogging: advertising, credit claiming, and position taking
A Pole
American Political Science Association, 2006
172006
Like, Comments and Retweets: Facebooking and Tweeting on the 2010 Gubernatorial Campaign Trail
A Pole, M Xenos
State Politics and Policy Conference, 2011
152011
The role of computing technology and the New York state legislature
AJ Pole
Public Administration and Public Policy 77, 299-314, 2000
142000
E-Mocracy: Information technology and the Vermont and New York state legislatures
AJ Pole
State and Local Government Review 37 (1), 7-24, 2005
132005
Do blogs matter
L McKenna, A Pole
Weblogs in American politics. American Political Science Association …, 2004
102004
Potato chips, cookies, and candy oh my! Public commentary on proposed rules regulating competitive foods
LM Dinour, A Pole
Health Education & Behavior 44 (6), 867-875, 2017
92017
Hispanic bloggers in the blogosphere: Politics and Participation
A Pole
American Political Science Association, 2007
62007
Trends in E-Representation: The Vermont and New York Legislatures.
A Pole
Spectrum: Journal of State Government 77 (3), 2004
62004
Blogging alone? Political participation and the blogosphere
A Pole, L McKenna
Taubman Center for Public Policy, Brown University, 2007
52007
Life and Death in the Mental‐Health Blogosphere: An Analysis of Blog Content and Survival
EA Miller, A Pole, B Usidame
World Medical & Health Policy 7 (1), 59-82, 2015
22015
Blogging the political: Politics and participation in a networked
A Pole
Government Information Quarterly 28, 290-293, 2011
22011
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