School of Social and Political Science

Christopher Barrie

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Lecturer in Computational Sociology

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Chrystal Macmillan Building

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15a George Square

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Research interests

Research interests

Computational Social Science, Protest, Conflict, Communication, Middle East Politics

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Barrie C. Political sociology in a time of protest. Current Sociology. 2021 Jun 22.
Barrie C (Developer), Ho JC (Developer). academictwitteR: an R package to access the Twitter Academic Research Product Track v2 API endpoint The Journal of Open Source Software. 2021.
Barrie C, Siegel AA. Kingdom of trolls? Influence operations in the Saudi Twittersphere. Journal of Quantitative Description. 2021 Apr 26;1:1-41.
Barrie C. Searching racism after George Floyd. Socius. 2020 Nov 4;6:1-3.
Biggs M, Barrie C, Andrews KT. Did local civil rights protest liberalize whites’ racial attitudes? Research and Politics. 2020 Sep 15;7(3):1-8.
Ketchley N, Barrie C. TRENDS: Fridays of revolution: Focal days and mass protest in Egypt and Tunisia. Political Research Quarterly. 2020 Jun 1;73(2):308-324.
Barrie C, Ketchley N. Opportunity without organization: Labor mobilization in Egypt after the 25th January revolution. Mobilization. 2018 Jun 1;23(2):181-202.
Barrie C. The contentious politics of nationalism and the anti-naturalization campaign in Tunisia, 1932–1933. Nations and Nationalism . 2017 Oct;23(4):707-725.