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Shouting at the television: Argumentation strategies in second screen social media use for Chilean political TV shows

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Shouting at the television : Argumentation strategies in second screen social media use for Chilean political TV shows. / Ibarra Herrera, Daniela; Unger, Johann Wolfgang.

AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research: The 17th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. AoIR, 2017.

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Ibarra Herrera D, Unger JW. Shouting at the television: Argumentation strategies in second screen social media use for Chilean political TV shows. In AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research: The 17th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. AoIR. 2017

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Ibarra Herrera, Daniela ; Unger, Johann Wolfgang. / Shouting at the television : Argumentation strategies in second screen social media use for Chilean political TV shows. AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research: The 17th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. AoIR, 2017.

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