Marija Bekafigo ,
Blg 65 Rm #212
Northern Arizona University
Politics and International Affairs
PhD, University of Florida
MA, University of Connecticut
BA, University of South Florida
Bekafigo, Marija Anna and Allison
Pingley. (Forthcoming.) “Do Campaigns “Go Negative” on Twitter?” in yasmin ibrahim,
Ed. Digital Spaces as Platforms for Politics and Political Messaging.
Bekafigo, Marija Anna and Allison Pingley. 2015.
“Tweeting Negative: Determinants of Negative
Campaigning in the 2011 Gubernatorial Elections.” International
Journal of E-Politics. 6(1): 30-41.
Bekafigo, Marija Anna. 2014. “How is Leadership
Exercised? Party Leaders’ and Committee Chairs“Actions.” Social Science History. 38(3): 291-310.
Bekafigo, Marija Anna and Allan McBride. 2013. “Who
Tweets about Politics? Political Participation of Twitter Users during
the 2011 Gubernatorial Elections.” Social Science Computer Review 31(5):
Bekafigo, Marija Anna, Diana Cohen, Jason Gainous and
Kevin Wagner. 2013. “State Parties 2.0: Facebook, Campaigns, and
Elections.”International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society 9(1):
Bekafigo, Marija Anna. 2016. "The Exercise of
Party and Committee Leadership in the U.S. House, 1949-2011."
Bekafigo, Marija Anna, Aaron Linville, and Zachary
Simmons. 2016. "Does the Monkey Cage Blog Practice What it Preaches?
Gender Bias in Political Science on Twitter."