Makhortykh, Mykola

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2020

Zarouali, Brahim; Makhortykh, Mykola; Bastian, Mariella; Araujo, Theo (2020). Overcoming polarization with chatbot news? Investigating the impact of news content containing opposing views on agreement and credibility. European journal of communication, 026732312094090. Sage 10.1177/0267323120940908

Makhortykh, Mykola; de Vreese, Claes; Helberger, Natali; Harambam, Jaron; Bountouridis, Dimitrios (2020). We are what we click: Understanding time and content-based habits of online news readers. New media & society, p. 146144482093322. Sage 10.1177/1461444820933221

Makhortykh, Mykola; Aguilar, Juan Manuel González (2020). Memory, politics and emotions: internet memes and protests in Venezuela and Ukraine. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 34(3), pp. 342-362. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/10304312.2020.1764782

Makhortykh, Mykola; Urman, Aleksandra; Roberto, Ulloa (2020). How search engines disseminate information about COVID-19 and why they should do better. The Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Misinformation Review, 1 10.37016/mr-2020-017

Makhortykh, Mykola (2020). Historical memory and securitisation of the Russian intervention in Syria. International politics Springer Nature 10.1057/s41311-020-00232-w

Makhortykh, Mykola; Bastian, Mariella (21 February 2020). Algorithmic Personalization, Human Rights and Individual/Collective Digital Memory Legislation (Unpublished). In: Critical Thinking on Memory and Human Rights Second Annual Workshop. Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. 20.02.-21.02.2020.

Makhortykh, Mykola; Bastian, Mariella (2020). Personalizing the war: Perspectives for the adoption of news recommendation algorithms in the media coverage of the conflict in Eastern Ukraine. Media, war & conflict, p. 175063522090625. Sage 10.1177/1750635220906254

Makhortykh, Mykola; Lyebyedyev, Yehor; Kravtsov, Daniel (2020). Past Is Another Resource: Remembering the 70th Anniversary of the Victory Day on LiveJournal. Nationalities Papers, pp. 1-14. Taylor & Francis 10.1017/nps.2019.64

2019

Makhortykh, Mykola (15 November 2019). Conceptualising visuality in digital trauma studies: Audio-visual tributes to the Holocaust on YouTube (Unpublished). In: Historicity of the Visuality and Image History: New Forms of Digital and Visual History/Humanities. Lviv, Ukraine. 14.11.-15.11.2019.

Makhortykh, Mykola (13 November 2019). Memory Algorithms: Quantitative and Qualitative Methods to Research Collective Memory on YouTube (Unpublished). In: Historicity of the Visuality and Image History: New Forms of Digital and Visual History/Humanities. Center for Urban History. 13-14 November 2019.

Makhortykh, Mykola; Urman, Aleksandra; Christner, Clara; Gil-Lopez, Teresa (7 November 2019). Veritas ex machina: A critical review of automated approaches for detecting political disinformation online (Unpublished). In: Digikomm 2019: Automating Communication in the Networked Society: Contexts, Consequences, Critique. Berlin, Germany. 06.11.-08.11.2019.

Makhortykh, Mykola (30 October 2019). We Were Hungry, but we also Were Free: (Counter)Narratives of the Russia’s first post-Soviet Decade on Instagram (Unpublished). In: Genealogies of Memory: Myths, Memories and Economies: Post-Socialist Transformations in Comparison. Warsaw, Poland. 28.10.-30.10.2019.

Urman, Aleksandra; Makhortykh, Mykola (25 October 2019). Trolls, Bots and Everyone Else: Online Disinformation Campaigns and 2019 Presidential Elections in Ukraine (Unpublished). In: 19th Annual Aleksanteri Conference: Technology, Culture and Society in the Eurasian Space. Helsinki, Finland. 23.10.-25.10.2019.

Juan Manuel, González; Makhortykh, Mykola (24 October 2019). Re-Mixing Memories, Re-Shaping Protests: Historical Internet Memes as a Means of Framing Protest Campaigns in Ukraine and Venezuela (Unpublished). In: 19th Annual Aleksanteri Conference: Technology, Culture and Society in the Eurasian Space. Helsinki. 23-25 October 2019.

Urman, Aleksandra; Makhortykh, Mykola (26 September 2019). Webs of Deception: Detecting and Measuring the Diffusion of Online Disinformation During the Elections in Ukraine (Unpublished). In: Digital Societies 2019. Konstanz, Germany. 25-27 September.

Aigenseer, V.; Urman, Aleksandra; Christner, C.; Maier, Michaela; Adam, Silke; Makhortykh, Mykola; Gil-Lopez, T. (24 September 2019). Webtrack – Desktop Extension for Tracking Users’ Browsing Behaviour using Screen-Scraping (Unpublished). In: GESIS Computational Social Science (CSS) Seminar. Mannheim. 24.09.2019.

Bastian, Mariella; Makhortykh, Mykola (12 September 2019). The same but different? Constructing the history of the Holocaust on Wikipedia (Unpublished). In: Digital Humanities Benelux 2019. Liege. September 11-13.

Makhortykh, Mykola; Metoui, Nadia (12 September 2019). Protecting the bytes of the past: Information security and digital-born cultural heritage (Unpublished). In: Digital Humanities Benelux 2019. Liege. September 11-13.

Juan, González; Makhortykh, Mykola (11 September 2019). Re-mixing histories, re-shaping protests: Internet memes as a form of (counter)resistance in Ukraine and Venezuela (Unpublished). In: Jeopardizing Democracy throughout History: Media as Accomplice, Adversary or Amplifier of Populist and Radical Politics. Vienna. September 11-13.

Bastian, Mariella; Makhortykh, Mykola (9 September 2019). Algorithms as a peacekeeping force? Automated systems of news distribution and peace journalism (Unpublished). In: SciCar 2019. Dotrmund, Germany. September 9-11.

Makhortykh, Mykola (6 September 2019). Remembering War, Forgetting Peace: Historical Memory and Securitisation of the Russian Intervention in Syria (Unpublished). In: ECPR General conference. Wroclaw, Poland. September 4-7.

Urman, Aleksandra; Makhortykh, Mykola (3 September 2019). Trolls, bots and everyone else: Online disinformation campaigns and 2019 presidential elections in Ukraine (Unpublished). In: EuroCSS 2019. Zurich, Switzerland. September 2-4.

Merten, Lisa; Metoui, Nadia; Makhortykh, Mykola; Trilling, Damian; Moeller, Judith (19 July 2019). News won’t find me? Exploring potential digital inequalities in social media news use (Unpublished). In: IC²S². Amsterdam. July 18-20.

Makhortykh, Mykola; Harambam, Jaron; Bountouridis, Dimitrios; de Vreese, Claes; Helberger, Natali (18 July 2019). We are what we click: Understanding time- and content-based habits of online news readers (Unpublished). In: IC²S². Amsterdam. July 18-20.

Aigenseer, V.; Adam, Silke; Maier, M.; Urman, Aleksandra; Christner, C.; Makhortykh, Mykola; Gil-Lopez, T. (17 July 2019). Online tracking tools for research purposes: A critical review of existing approaches (Unpublished). In: 5th International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2). Amsterdam. July 17-20, 2019.

Aigenseer, V.; Adam, Silke; Maier, M.; Urman, Aleksandra; Christner, C.; Makhortykh, Mykola; Gil-Lopez, T. (17 July 2019). WebTrack – tracking users’ online information behavior while screen-scraping content (Unpublished). In: 5th International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2). Amsterdam. July 17-20, 2019.

Bastian, Mariella; Makhortykh, Mykola; Dobber, Tom (8 July 2019). News personalization for peace: How algorithmic content distribution can impact conflict coverage (Unpublished). In: IAMCR 2019. Madrid, Spain. 07.07.-11.07.2019.

Makhortykh, Mykola; Bastian, Mariella (2 July 2019). The neutral point of view and the black hole of Auschwitz: Crowdsourcing the history of the Holocaust on Wikipedia (Unpublished). In: EHRI Academic Conference "Holocaust Studies in the Digital Age. What's New?". Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 02.07.2019.

Bastian, Mariella; Makhortykh, Mykola (26 June 2019). Customizing the past: Algorithmic news recommenders as agents of collective remembrance (Unpublished). In: MSA 2019, Third Annual Conference of Memory Studies Association. Madrid, Spain. 25.06.-28.06.2019.

Sydorova, Maryna; Makhortykh, Mykola (26 June 2019). Animating the subjugated past: E-cards as a form of counter-memory (Unpublished). In: MSA 2019, Third Annual Conference of Memory Studies Association. Madrid, Spain. 25.06.-28.06.2019.

Bastian, Mariella; Makhortykh, Mykola; Tom, Dobber (2019). News personalization for peace: how algorithmic recommendations can impact conflict coverage. International journal of conflict management, 30(3), pp. 309-328. Emerald Publishing Limited 10.1108/IJCMA-02-2019-0032

Metoui, Nadia; Makhortykh, Mykola (24 June 2019). Protecting past and future choices: Identifying and evaluating functional vulnerabilities in recommender systems (Unpublished). In: Connected Life 2019: Data & Disorder. Oxford & London, UK. 24.06.-25.06.2019.

Sullivan, Emily; Bountouridis, Dimitrios; Harambam, Jaron; Najafian, Shabnam; Loecherbach, Felicia; Makhortykh, Mykola; Kelen, Domokos; Wilkinson, Daricia; Graus, David; Tintarev, Nava (9 June 2019). Reading news with a purpose: Explaining user profiles for self-actualization. Adjunct Publication of the 27th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization, UMAP 2019, Larnaca, Cyprus, June 09-12, 2019, pp. 241-245. New York, US: ACM 10.1145/3314183.3323456

Makhortykh, Mykola; Metoui, Nadia (3 June 2019). When Digital Manuscripts Burn: Information Security and Digital Heritage in Eastern Europe (Unpublished). In: Politics of E-Heritage: Production and Regulation of Digital Memory in Eastern Europe and Russia (Workshop). Marburg, Germany. 03.06.-04.06.2019.

Urman, Aleksandra; Makhortykh, Mykola (25 May 2019). East is East, and West is West. Ideological Segregation and Online News Communities in Ukraine (Unpublished). In: The 69th Annual International Communication Association Conference (ICA19) - "Communication Beyond Boundaries". Washington, DC, USA. 24.05.-28.05.2019.

Harambam, Jaron; Bountouridis, Dimitrios; Makhortykh, Mykola; Van Hoboken, Joris (2019). Designing for the better by taking users into account: a qualitative evaluation of user control mechanisms in (news) recommender systems. In: RecSys 2019. Proceedings of the 13th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (pp. 69-77). New York: ACM 10.1145/3298689.3347014

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