Examining government cross-platform engagement in social media: Instagram vs Twitter and the big lift project

@article{Gruzd2018ExaminingGC,
  title={Examining government cross-platform engagement in social media: Instagram vs Twitter and the big lift project},
  author={Anatoliy A. Gruzd and James Lannigan and Kevin Quigley},
  journal={Gov. Inf. Q.},
  year={2018},
  volume={35},
  pages={579-587}
}

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