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    Anon

    2015

    In-text: (2015)

    Your Bibliography: 2015. [online] Available at: <http://parsedData = getWikiPage(file) data = redefineVariables(parsedData)> [Accessed 17 February 2015].

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    Anthony, D., Smith, S. W. and Williamson, T.

    Reputation and Reliability in Collective Goods: The Case of the Online Encyclopedia Wikipedia

    2009 - Rationality and Society

    In-text: (Anthony, Smith and Williamson, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Anthony, D., Smith, S. and Williamson, T., 2009. Reputation and Reliability in Collective Goods: The Case of the Online Encyclopedia Wikipedia. Rationality and Society, 21(3), pp.283-306.

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    Beautiful Soup Documentation — Beautiful Soup 4.2.0 documentation

    2015

    In-text: (Beautiful Soup Documentation — Beautiful Soup 4.2.0 documentation, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Crummy.com. 2015. Beautiful Soup Documentation — Beautiful Soup 4.2.0 documentation. [online] Available at: <http://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup/bs4/doc/> [Accessed 18 February 2015].

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    Khamis, S.

    “Cyberactivism” in the Arab Spring: what social media can and cannot do

    2013 - International Affairs Forum

    In-text: (Khamis, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Khamis, S., 2013. “Cyberactivism” in the Arab Spring: what social media can and cannot do. International Affairs Forum, 4(1), pp.104-106.

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    Lakhani, K. R. and von Hippel, E.

    How open source software works: “free” user-to-user assistance

    2003 - Research Policy

    In-text: (Lakhani and von Hippel, 2003)

    Your Bibliography: Lakhani, K. and von Hippel, E., 2003. How open source software works: “free” user-to-user assistance. Research Policy, 32(6), pp.923-943.

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    Lievrouw, L. A.

    Oppositional and activist new media: remediation, reconfiguration, participation

    2006 - roceedings of the ninth conference on Participatory design: Expanding boundaries in design - Volume 1

    In-text: (Lievrouw, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Lievrouw, L., 2006. Oppositional and activist new media: remediation, reconfiguration, participation. roceedings of the ninth conference on Participatory design: Expanding boundaries in design - Volume 1, pp.115-124.

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    Loader, B. D.

    Social Movements and New Media

    2008 - Sociology Compass

    In-text: (Loader, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Loader, B., 2008. Social Movements and New Media. Sociology Compass, 2(6), pp.1920-1933.

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    Neff, G. and Stark, D.

    Permanently Beta

    2003 - Society Online

    In-text: (Neff and Stark, 2003)

    Your Bibliography: Neff, G. and Stark, D., 2003. Permanently Beta. Society Online, pp.173-188.

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    Niederer, S. and van Dijck, J.

    Wisdom of the crowd or technicity of content? Wikipedia as a sociotechnical system

    2010 - New Media & Society

    In-text: (Niederer and van Dijck, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Niederer, S. and van Dijck, J., 2010. Wisdom of the crowd or technicity of content? Wikipedia as a sociotechnical system. New Media & Society, 12(8), pp.1368-1387.

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    Obar, J. A., Zube, P. and Lampe, C.

    Advocacy 2.0: An Analysis of How Advocacy Groups in the United States Perceive and Use Social Media as Tools for Facilitating Civic Engagement and Collective Action

    SSRN Journal

    In-text: (Obar, Zube and Lampe, n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Obar, J., Zube, P. and Lampe, C., n.d. Advocacy 2.0: An Analysis of How Advocacy Groups in the United States Perceive and Use Social Media as Tools for Facilitating Civic Engagement and Collective Action. SSRN Journal,.

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    Rush, G. B. and Ash, R.

    Social Movements in America.

    1973 - Contemporary Sociology

    In-text: (Rush and Ash, 1973)

    Your Bibliography: Rush, G. and Ash, R., 1973. Social Movements in America. Contemporary Sociology, 2(4), p.423.

  • Website

    Backreferencing in Python: findall() method output for HTML string

    2015

    In-text: (Backreferencing in Python: findall() method output for HTML string, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Stackoverflow.com. 2015. Backreferencing in Python: findall() method output for HTML string. [online] Available at: <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19012710/backreferencing-in-python-findall-method-output-for-html-string> [Accessed 17 February 2015].

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    Tarrow, S.

    Charles Tilly and the Practice of Contentious Politics

    2008 - Social Movement Stud.

    In-text: (Tarrow, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Tarrow, S., 2008. Charles Tilly and the Practice of Contentious Politics. Social Movement Stud., 7(3), pp.225-246.

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    Thorson, K., Driscoll, K., Ekdale, B., Edgerly, S., Thompson, L. G., Schrock, A., Swartz, L., Vraga, E. K. and Wells, C.

    YOUTUBE, TWITTER AND THE OCCUPY MOVEMENT

    2013 - Information, Communication & Society

    In-text: (Thorson et al., 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Thorson, K., Driscoll, K., Ekdale, B., Edgerly, S., Thompson, L., Schrock, A., Swartz, L., Vraga, E. and Wells, C., 2013. YOUTUBE, TWITTER AND THE OCCUPY MOVEMENT. Information, Communication & Society, 16(3), pp.421-451.

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