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Macdonald, Stuart, Grinnell, Daniel, Kinzel, Anina and Lorenzo-Dus, Nuria 2019. Daesh, Twitter and the social media ecosystem: a study of outlinks contained in tweets mentioning Rumiyah. RUSI Journal 164 (4) , pp. 60-72. 10.1080/03071847.2019.1644775
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Dobreva, Diyana, Grinnell, Daniel and Innes, Martin 2019. Prophets and loss: how "soft facts" on social media influenced the Brexit campaign and social reactions to the murder of Jo Cox MP. Policy and Internet 10.1002/poi3.203
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Grinnell, Daniel, Macdonald, Stuart, Mair, David and Lorenzo-Dus, Nuria 2018. Who disseminates Rumiyah? Examining the relative influence of sympathiser and non-sympathiser Twitter users. Presented at: 2nd European Counter Terrorism Centre (ECTC) Advisory Group Conference, The Hague, The Netherlands, 17-18 April 2018.

Grinnell, Daniel 2017. Interpreting public reactions to terrorist events using open source network analysis. In: Conway, Maura, Jarvis, Lee, Lehane, Orla, Macdonald, Stuart and Nouri, Leila eds. Terrorists' Use of the Internet, IOS Press, pp. 290-304.

Grinnell, Daniel, Macdonald, Stuart and Mair, David 2017. The response of, and on, Twitter to the release of Dabiq Issue 15. Presented at: 1st ECTC Conference on Online Terrorist Propaganda, The Hague, The Netherlands, 10-11 April 2017.
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Mizen, Amy, Fry, Richard, Grinnell, Daniel and Rodgers, Sarah 2015. Quantifying the error associated with alternative GIS-based techniques to measure access to health care services. AIMS Public Health 2 (4) , pp. 746-761. 10.3934/publichealth.2015.4.746
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