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Jensen, M. J. and Anstead, N. (2013) Psephological investigations: Tweets, votes, and unknown unknowns in the republican nomination process. Policy & internet, 5 (2). pp. 161-182. ISSN 1944-2866
Ampofo, Lawrence, O’Loughlin, Ben and Anstead, Nick (2011) Trust, confidence, credibility: citizen responses on Twitter to opinion polls during the 2010 UK general election. Information, communication and society, 14 (6). pp. 850-871. ISSN 1468-4462
Anstead, Nick and O'Loughlin, Ben (2011) Twenty20 as media event. Sport in society, 14 (10). pp. 1340-1357. ISSN 1743-0437
Anstead, Nick and O'Loughlin, B. (2011) The emerging viewertariat and BBC Question Time: television debate and real-time commenting online. The international journal of press/politics, 16 (4). pp. 440-462. ISSN 1940-1612
Anstead, Nick (2010) Book review: the Conservative party - from Thatcher to Cameron - by Tim Bale. British politics, 5 (4). pp. 550-552. ISSN 1746-918X
Anstead, Nick (2008) Internet and campaign finance in the US and the UK: an institutional comparison. Journal of information technology & politics, 5 (3). pp. 285-302. ISSN 1933-169X
Anstead, Nick and Chadwick, Andrew (2008) The 2008 digital campaign in the United States: the real lessons for British parties. Renewal: a journal of social democracy, 16 (3/4). pp. 86-98. ISSN 0968-252X
Anstead, Nick and Chadwick, Andrew (2009) Parties, election campaigning, and the Internet: toward a comparative institutional approach. In: Chadwick, Andrew and Howard, Philip , (eds.) Routledge handbook of Internet politics. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 56-71. ISBN 9780415780582
Anstead, Nick and O'Loughlin, Ben (2012) Semantic polling: the ethics of online public opinion. Media policy brief, 5. The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Anstead, Nick and O’Loughlin, Ben (2010) Emerging viewertariat: explaining twitter responses to Nick Griffin’s appearance on BBC Question Time. PSI working paper series, no. 1. School of Political, Social and International Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
Straw, Will and Anstead, Nick (2009) Yes we can: how the lessons from America should change British politics. Freethinking papers, Fabian Society, London, UK.
Anstead, Nick and Chadwick, Andrew (2007) Parties, election campaigning and the Internet: toward a comparative institutional approach. Politics and international relations working paper, no.5. New Political Communication Unit, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, UK.
Anstead, Nick and Straw, Will, eds. (2009) The Change we need: what Britain can learn from Obama's victory. Fabian Society, London, UK. ISBN 9780716341079
Anstead, Nick (2012) Voter Advice Applications give the increasingly non-partisan electorate the means to choose the right political match. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.
Anstead, Nick and Mattoni, Alice (2012) Book Review: media practices and protest politics: how precarious workers mobilise. LSE Review of Books (2012) Blog Entry.
Anstead, Nick (2011) We should beware the rhetoric of ‘tough talking’ politicians – they almost certainly have an agenda. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.
Anstead, Nick and O’Loughlin, Ben (2011) In the 2010 election, the online space was seen as a battleground to be fought over. In future elections it could be used as a method for better understanding the public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.
Anstead, Nick (2011) The relationship between politics and the media has changed significantly since our last coalition government: we now need to ask more from politicians and their manifestoes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.
Anstead, Nick and Straw, Will (2010) Two years on, does Obama’s election win still hold lessons for Ed Miliband’s Labour party, in austerity Britain? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.