Fostering democracy through social media: Evaluating diametrically opposed nonprofit advocacy organizations’ use of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube
So far Altmetric has seen 6 tweets from 6 accounts with an upper bound of 38,782 combined followers.

PAPER: Giselle A. Auger, "Fostering Democracy via Social Media" http://t.co/NhBbkQZeWg

PAPER: Giselle A. Auger, "Fostering Democracy via Social Media" http://t.co/NhBbkQZeWg

PAPER: Giselle A. Auger, "Fostering Democracy via Social Media" http://t.co/NhBbkQZeWg

PAPER: Giselle A. Auger, "Fostering Democracy via Social Media" http://t.co/NhBbkQZeWg

RT @Liberationtech: PAPER: Giselle A. Auger, "Fostering Democracy via Social Media" http://t.co/XlhDJYki0e”

Twitter attention
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Geographical breakdown
# Country As %
1 TR 33%
2 GB 16%
2 US 16%
2 AU 16%
Unknown 16%
Tweeter demographics
Type Count As %
Members of the public 4 66%
Science communicators (journalists, bloggers, editors) 1 16%
Scientists 1 16%
Mendeley readership
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Geographical breakdown
# Country As %
1 US 13%
2 GB 8%
3 IE 4%
3 MY 4%
3 PT 4%
Unknown 65%
Reader demographics
Readers by discipline Count As %
Social Sciences 9 39%
Computer and Information Science 6 26%
Business Administration 4 17%
Medicine 1 4%
Management Science / Operations Research 1 4%
Other 2 8%
Readers by professional status Count As %
Ph.D. Student 6 26%
Student (Master) 5 21%
Student (Bachelor) 2 8%
Student (Postgraduate) 2 8%
Post Doc 2 8%
Other 6 26%
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The context below was calculated when this article was last mentioned on 5th May 2014

Compared to all articles in Public Relations Review
So far Altmetric has tracked 157 articles from this journal. They typically receive a little less attention than average, with a mean score of 2.2 vs the global average of 4.8. This article has done well, scoring higher than 85% of its peers.
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Article is amongst the highest ever scored in this journal (ranked #23 of 157)
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