Peer Reviewed Articles
Avraamidou, M., & Ioannou, M. (2022). Migrants as ‘pawns’: Antimigrant debates on Twitter and their affinity to European border politics and discourses. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/13675494221120838
Avraamidou M. & Eftychiou E. (2021). Migrant Racialization on Twitter during a border and a pandemic crisis. International Communication Gazette https://doi.org/10.1177/17480485211054301
Avraamidou, M., Ioannou M. & Eftychios E. (2021) “Innocent” hashtags? A cautionary tale. The #IStandWithGreece as a network of intolerance on Twitter during a land border crisis”. International Journal of Communication https://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/16576/3478
Avraamidou M., (2020) The “refugee crisis” as a Eurocentric media construct: An exploratory analysis of pro-migrant media representations in the Guardian and the New York Times. TripleC: Communication, Capitalism, Critique. https://doi.org/10.31269/triplec.v18i1.1080
Avraamidou M. & Eftychiou E. (December 2020, University of Amsterdam). Migrant Racialization in Twitter during a border and a pandemic crisis. Workshop Racialisation and Social Boundary-Making in Times of COVID-19.
Avraamidou M. (September 2020, DN24 Brussels). The normalization of anti-migrant propaganda in the internet: A qualitative analysis of comments in the New York Times and The Guardian websites and social media. Discourse and Communication as Propaganda.
Avraamidou M. (July 2019, IAMCR Madrid). The Refugee Crisis as a Eurocentric Media Construct: A Transatlantic Exploratory Online Media Analysis Between 2013 to 2015. International Association for Media and Communication Research.