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I study disinformation, censorship and political participation on social media. My PhD dissertation explores the role of civil society in producing and countering pro-Kremlin disinformation in the context of international conflict. I use methods from computational social science to explore topics in political sociology, political communication and international relations. You can read more about my work on my webpage, golovchenko.github.io.
More broadly, I am interested in:
- Disinformation and propaganda
- International conflict and social media
- Russian and Ukrainian politics
- Computational social science
- Social networks
My work is part of the Digital Disinformation project, funded by the Carlsberg Foundation and directed by my supervisor, Rebecca Adler-Nissen. I am a member of the Copenhagen Center for Social Data Science (SODAS) and Digital Political Science Group. I have been a visiting scholar at New York University’s SMAPP lab under Joshua A. Tucker's supervision. I have also stayed at Waseda University as a research fellow and Tokyo University as a visiting student.