49) Boulianne, S., Belland, S., Sleptcov, N.; Larsson, A. O. 2021. Climate Change in the 2019 Canadian Federal Election. Climate, 9(5), 70.

48) Skoric, M., Zhu, Q., Koc-Michalska, K., Boulianne, S., & Bimber, B. (2021). Selective Avoidance on Social Media: A Comparative Study of Western Democracies. Social Science Computer Review,1-18. doi:10.1177/08944393211005468

47) Boulianne, S., & Larsson, A.O. (2021). Engagement with candidate posts on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook during the 2019 Election. New Media & Society, 1-22. doi: 10.1177/14614448211009504.

46) Boulianne, S., & Koc-Michalska, K. (2021). The role of personality in political talk and like-minded discussion. International Journal of Press-Politics, 1-25. doi: 10.1177/1940161221994096

45) Boulianne, S., Lalancette, M., & Ilkiw, D. (2020).  “School Strike 4 Climate”: Social media and the international youth protest on climate change. Media and Communication, 8(2), 208-218. doi: 10.17645/mac.v8i2.2768

44) Boulianne, S., Chen, K., & Kahane, D. (2020). Mobilizing mini-publics: The impact of deliberation on civic engagement. Politics, 1-17 doi: 10.1177/0263395720902982

43) Boulianne, S., Koc-Michalska, K., & Bimber, B. (2020). Mobilizing media: Comparing TV and social media effects on protest mobilization. Information, Communication & Society, 23(5), 642-664. doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2020.1713847.

42) Boulianne, S., Koc-Michalska, K., & Bimber, B. (2020). Right-wing populism, social media and echo chambers in western democracies. New Media & Society, 22(4), 683-699. doi: 10.1177/1461444819893983

41) Koc-Michalska, K., Bimber, B., Gomez, D.M., Jenkins, M. & Boulianne, S. (2020). Public beliefs about falsehoods in news. International Journal of Press-Politics, Online First, 1-22. doi: 10.1177/1940161220912693

40) Oser, J., & Boulianne, S. (2020). Reinforcement effects between digital media use and political participation:  A meta-analysis of repeated-wave panel data. Public Opinion Quarterly, 84(S1), 355-365. doi:10.1093/poq/nfaa017

39) Copeland, L. & Boulianne, S. (2020). Political consumerism: A meta-analysis. International Political Science Review, Online First, 1-17. doi: 10.1177/0192512120905048

38) Quan-Haase, A., Boulianne, S., & Harper, M.-G. (2020). The sociological imagination in studies of communication, information technologies, and media: CITAMS as an invisible college. Information, Communication & Society, 23(5), 633-641. doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2020.1742366

37) Boulianne, S., Belland, S., & Larsson, A.O. (2020). Climate change, social media, and political parties. In E. Dubois and T. Owen (Eds), Understanding the Digital Ecosystem: Findings from the 2019 Federal Election. Retrieved from

36) Boulianne, S. & Theocharis, Y. (2020). Young people, digital media and engagement: A meta-analysis of research. Social Science Computer Review, 38(2), 111-127.

35) Boulianne, S. (2020). Twenty years of digital media effects on civic and political participation. Communication Research, 47(7), 947-966. doi: 10.1177/0093650218808186

34) Koc-Michalska, K., Schiffrin, A., Lopez, A., Boulianne, S., & Bimber, B. (2019). From online political posting to mansplaining: the gender gap and social media in political discussion. Social Science Computer Review, Online First, 1-14. doi: 10.1177/0894439319870259

33) Boulianne, S., Koc-Michalska, K., & Vedel, T. (2019). Gender and Online Politics: Digital Media as Friend and Foe in Times of Change. Social Science Computer Review, Online First, 1-6. doi:  10.1177/0894439319865511

32) Boulianne, S. (2019). Revolution in the making? Social media effects across the globe. Information, Communication & Society, 22(1), 39-54. doi:  10.1080/1369118X.2015.1008542

31) Boulianne, S. & Belland, S. (2019). Who matters in climate change discourse in Alberta. In P. Prado, J. Pinto, &  R. Gutsche (Eds.), Climate Change, Media & Culture: Critical Issues in Environmental Communication (pp. 86-105). Emerald Publishing.

30) Boulianne, S. (2019). Transforming the disengaged: Social media and youth in Canada. In M. Lalancette, V. Raynauld, & E. Crandall (Eds.), What’s #trending in Canadian politics? Understanding transformations in power, media, and the public sphere (pp. 86-105). UBC Press.

29) Boulianne, S. (2019). Building faith in democracy: Deliberative events, political trust and efficacy. Political Studies, 67(1), 4-30. doi: 10.1177/0123456789123456

28) Boulianne, S. (2019). US dominance of research on political communication: A meta-view. Political Communication, 36(4), 660-665. doi:10.1080/10584609.2019.1670899

27) Boulianne, S., Lopston, K., & Kahane, D. (2018). Citizen panels and opinion polls: Convergence and divergence in policy preferences. Journal of Public Deliberation, 1(4), 1-21.

26) Boulianne, S., Minaker, J., & Haney, T. (2018). Does compassion go viral? Social media, caring, and the Fort McMurray wildfire. Information, Communication & Society, 21(5), 697-711. doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2018.1428651

25) Boulianne, S. (2018). Mini-publics and public opinion: Two survey-based experiments. Political Studies, 66(1), 119-136. doi: 10.1177/0032321717723507

24) Boulianne, S. (2018). Beyond the Usual Suspects: Representation in Deliberative Exercises. In L. Hanson (Ed). Public Deliberation on Climate Change: Lessons from Alberta Climate Dialogue. Athabasca University Press.

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23) Bimber, B., Boulianne, S., Koc-Michalska, K. & Lilleker, D. (2017). Political participation in the UK: why might voters have voted? In E. Thorsen, D. Jackson, & Darren Lilleker (Eds.), UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters and the Campaign. Retrieved from

22) Boulianne, S. (2016). Online news, civic awareness, and engagement in civic and political life. New Media & Society 18(9), 1840-1856.

21) Boulianne, S. (2016). Campaigns and conflict on social media: A literature snapshot. Online Information Review 40(5), 566-579. doi:10.1108/OIR-03-2016-0086

20) Boulianne, S. (2015). Social media use and participation: A meta-analysis of current
research. Information, Communication, and Society 18(5), 524-538. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2015.1008542

19) Boulianne, S. (2015). Generating Political Interest with Online News, in L. Robinson, S. R. Cotten, & J. Schulz (Eds.) Communication and Information Technologies Annual (Studies in Media and Communications, Volume 9) (pp. 53-76) Emerald Group Publishing Limited. doi:10.1108/S2050-206020150000009003

18) Boulianne, S. & Brailey, M. (2014). Attachment to community and civic and political
engagement: A case study of students. Canadian Review of Sociology, 51(4), 375-388.

17) Boulianne, S. & Hobbs, L. (November 2014). Information sources on climate change. Alberta Climate Dialogue. Retrieved from

16) Boulianne, S. & Hellstrom, M. (November 2014). Perceptions of the efficacy of deliberative exercises. Alberta Climate Dialogue. Retrieved from

15) Hobbs, L. & Boulianne, S. (September 2014). Knowledge of energy and climate issues: The case of the citizens’ panel on Edmonton’s Energy and Climate Challenges. Alberta Climate Dialogue. Retrieved from

14) Hellstrom, M. & Boulianne, S. (September 2014). Degree of deliberativeness – The case of the Energy Efficiency Choices project. Alberta Climate Dialogue. Retrieved from

13) Boulianne, S. & Gonzales, Ana Mariella Salinas. (February 2014). Who is responsible for action on climate change: Comparing news media coverage and public opinion data. Poster presented at the annual Warren E. Kalbach conference, MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta.

12) Boulianne, S. & Loptson, K. (October 2013). Political efficacy: The case of the Citizens’ Panel on Edmonton’s Energy and Climate Challenges. Alberta Climate Dialogue. Retrieved from

11) Loptson, K. & Boulianne, S. (October 2013). Trust in municipal government: The case of the Citizens’ Panel on Edmonton’s Energy and Climate Challenges. Alberta Climate Dialogue. Retrieved from

10) Boulianne, S. (2013). Examining the gender effects of different incentive amounts in a web survey. Field Methods, 25(1), 91-104. DOI: 10.1177/1525822X12453113.

9) Boulianne, S. (2011). Stimulating or reinforcing political interest: Using panel data to  examine the use of news media and political interest. Political Communication, 28(2), 147-162. doi:10.1080/10584609.2010.540305.

8) Boulianne, S., Klofstad, C., & Basson, D. (2011). Sponsor prominence and response patterns to an online survey. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 23(1), 79-87. doi:10.1093/ijpor/edq026

7) Boulianne, S. (2009). Does Internet use affect engagement? A meta-analysis of research. Political Communication, 26(2), 193-211. doi:10.1080/10584600902854363.

6) Klofstad, C., Boulianne, S., & Basson, D. (2008). Matching the message to the medium: Results from an experiment on Internet survey email contacts. Social Science Computer Review, 26(4), 498-509. doi:10.1177/0894439308314145

5) Boulianne, S. (2008). Incentives. In P. J. Lavrakas (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Survey Research Methods (pp. 328-331). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

4) Boulianne, S. (2008). Survey Sponsor. In P. J. Lavrakas (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Survey Research Methods (pp. 868-869). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

3) Boulianne, S. (2008). Statistics Canada. In P. J. Lavrakas (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Survey Research Methods (pp. 846-847). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

2) Boulianne, S. & Basson, D. (2008). Topic Saliency. In P. J. Lavrakas (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Survey Research (pp. 891-892). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

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