Fedor Dokshin
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Finding social roles in Wikipedia
HT Welser, D Cosley, G Kossinets, A Lin, F Dokshin, G Gay, M Smith
Proceedings of the 2011 iConference, 122-129, 2011
Whose backyard and what’s at issue? Spatial and ideological dynamics of local opposition to fracking in New York State, 2010 to 2013
FA Dokshin
American Sociological Review 81 (5), 921-948, 2016
Millions of online book co-purchases reveal partisan differences in the consumption of science
F Shi, Y Shi, FA Dokshin, JA Evans, MW Macy
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (4), 0079, 2017
A member saved is a member earned? The recruitment-retention trade-off and organizational strategies for membership growth
Y Shi, FA Dokshin, M Genkin, ME Brashears
American Sociological Review 82 (2), 407-434, 2017
The power of integration: Affiliation and cohesion in a diverse elite network
B Cornwell, FA Dokshin
Social Forces 93 (2), 803-831, 2014
Variation of public discourse about the impacts of fracking with geographic scale and proximity to proposed development
FA Dokshin
Nature Energy 6 (10), 961-969, 2021
Not in your backyard! Organizational structure, partisanship, and the mobilization of nonbeneficiary constituents against “fracking” in Illinois, 2013–2014
FA Dokshin, A Buday
Socius 4, 2378023118783476, 2018
NIMBYs and partisans: how material interests and partisanship shape public response to shale gas development
FA Dokshin
Environmental Politics 29 (3), 390-413, 2020
Peer review and the production of scholarly knowledge: Automated textual analysis of manuscripts revised for publication in administrative science quarterly
D Strang, F Dokshin
The production of managerial knowledge and organizational theory: New …, 2019
The public speaks: Using large-scale public comments data in public response research
FA Dokshin
Energy Research & Social Science 91, 102689, 2022
Revised estimates of racial and ethnic disparities in rooftop PV deployment in the United States
F Dokshin, BC Thiede
SocArXiv, 2023
Review of “Up to Heaven and Down to Hell: Fracking, Freedom, and Community in an American Town”
F Dokshin
Social Forces 100 (3), e8-e8, 2022
Fuel for Debate: Three Studies of the Political Mobilization for and against Hydraulic Fracturing in New York State
FA Dokshin
Cornell University, 2017
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