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Michael Bossetta

Michael Bossetta

Ph.d. stipendiat

Education:  

M.Sc., Political Science, University of Copenhagen
M.A., European Studies, Lund University
B.A., Philosophy, Columbia University

Refereed Journal Articles:

(2017) Bossetta, M. “Fighting Fire with Fire: Mainstream Adoption of the Populist Style in the 2014 Europe Debates between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage.” The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 
DOI: 10.1177/1369148117715646

(2017) Bossetta, M., Dutceac Segesten, A., and Trenz, H.J. “Political Participation on Facebook during Brexit: Does User Engagement on Media Pages Stimulate Engagement with Campaigns?” The Journal of Language and Politics.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.1075/jlp.17009.dut

(2017) Dutceac Segesten, A. and Bossetta, M. “The Eurosceptic Europeanization of Public Spheres: Print and Social Media Reactions to the 2014 European Parliament Elections.” Comparative European Politics.
DOI: 10.1057/s41295-017-0099-5

(2016) Dutceac Segesten, A. and Bossetta, M. “A Typology of Political Participation Online: How Citizens used Twitter to Mobilize during the 2015 British General Elections.” Information, Communication & Society. 
DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2016.1252413

Book Chapters:

(2017) Bossetta, M., Dutceac Segesten, A. and Trenz, H.J. “Engaging with European Politics through Twitter and Facebook: Participation beyond the National?” in M. Barisione and A. Michailidou (Eds.), Social Media and European Politics: Rethinking Power and Legitimacy in the Digital Era. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.
DOI: 10.1057/978-1-137-59890-5_3

Edited Journals:

(2017) Bossetta, M. and Husted, E. "Populism: Critical Reflections on a Global Phenomenon." Politik, vol. 20(4). 

Other Publications: 

(2017) Dutceac Segesten, A. and Bossetta, M. "Sharing is Caring: Labour Supporters' Use of Social Media #GE2017" in E. Thorsen, D. Jackson, and D. Lilliker (Eds.) UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters, and the Campaign. 

Grants and Awards: 

2015. Wahlgrenska Stipendium for Media Researchers, Wahlgrenska Foundation, Research funding, $9000.

2015. James Thomas Memorial Prize for best postgraduate paper presented at Political Studies Association (PSA) Media and Politics Group Annual Conference.

2015. European Research at the University of Copenhagen (EURECO) Grant, funding for organization of social media data collection workshop, $1700.

2014. European Consortium for Political Research Travel Grant, $300.

2014. Academic Association for Contemporary European Studies Travel Grant, $150.

Teaching Experience:

2017, 2016. “Social Media and the Politics of the Digital Age,” M.Sc., University of Copenhagen.

2014. “Institutions and Governance in the European Union,” M.A., Lund University.

Media Coverage:

2017. "How Facebook is Changing Democracy," Financial Times, June 15. 

2017. "After Storm Canceled Flights, Texas Reps take 'Bipartisan Road Trip' to D.C.," Houston Chronicle, March 14.

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