No Man Stepped in the Same River Twice: Measuring Structural Fluidity and Individual Mobility in Political Subreddits
Yijing Chen (she/her/hers), University of Michigan; Abigail Jacobs, University of Michigan

Using and re-using political science data FAIR-ly
Maja Dolinar, University of Ljubljana

Mapping social perceptions of dry tropical forest degradation in Jalisco, Mexico
Noemí García (she/her/hers), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Julieta A. Rosell, National Autonomous University of Mexico; Alfonso Langle, University of Guadalajara-CUCOSTA

When Sweden Gets Twelve Points From Norway, It’s Clearly Just Good Taste:The Predictors of Eurovision Success
Lauren Gilbert (she/her/hers), UCSD 

Targeting and the Timing of Online Censorship: The Case of Venezuela
Ishita Gopal (she/her/hers), Pennsylvania State University

The Historical Origins of Networked Capitalism in Tunisia
Mohamed Dhia Hammami (he/him/his), Wesleyan University

A Routine in R to Extract Essential Fields from Patent Documents for Scientometric Analyses
Duenkai Chen (he/him/his), Tamkang University; Shih-Hsin Chen, National Chiao Tung University; Jia-Chen Xie, National Chiao Tung University; Shang-Lun Huang, National Chiao Tung University

Computational approaches for studying policy networks in Intelligent sectors
Shih-Hsin Chen, National Chiao Tung University; Jia-Chen Xie, National Chiao Tung University; Shang-Lun Huang, National Chiao Tung University

Estimating Heterogeneous Spillover Effects
Daniel Kent (he/him/his), The Ohio State University

How Do Threats Induce Information Seeking?: When Natural Experiments Meet Text Data
Jae Yeon Kim, UC Berkeley; Andrew Thompson, University of Notre Dame

Multilevel social-ecological networks in a Payments for Ecosystem Services program in central Veracruz, Mexico
Alfonso Langle Flores (he/him/his), University of Guadalajara; Adriana Aguilar Rodríguez, Centro de Investigación en Ciencias de Información Geoespacial; Humberto Romero-Uribe, Instituto de Ecología, A.C.; Julia Ros-Cuéllar, University of Luxembourg; Juan José Von Thaden, Instituto de Ecología, A.C.

Central coordination patterns distinguish AstroTurfing from grassroots campaigns
Hojun Lee (he/him/his), Washington University in St.Louis; Franziska Barbara Keller, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Junghwan Yang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The emergence of singularities from distributed intelligence
Amy Magnus, Director, Quantum Autonomy LLC

To Lobby or Not to Lobby? Modeling Rulemaking Networks in a Sea of Troubles
Fadi Mugheirbi, West Virginia University; Robert D. Duval, West Virginia University

The Rally Effect: evidence that asymmetries in campaigning swayed the 2016 election
Andrew Renninger (he/him/his), University of Pennsylvania; Kathleen Hall Jamieson, University of Pennsylvania

Judicial Deregulation of Campaign Contributions and the Ensuing Response of the Corporate Business Elites
Bruce Kogut, Columbia; Angela Soomin Ryu, Columbia; Zubin Jelveh, Columbia

Doing Data Science With Queer Identities
Alyssa Smith (she/her/hers)

Time, Place and Scope: A Journey through the U.S. Supreme Court and its Friends
Sahar Abi-Hassan, Mills College; Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Dino Christenson, Enan Srivastava, The Ohio State University

Turkish Salafism on Twitter: Social Network Analysis and Computational Text Analysis
Yunus Emre Tapan (he/him/his), Kadir Has University

How much do gender and party matter when US Representatives collaborate?
Xiaoqin Yan,  Michigan State University; Rachel Domagalski, Michigan State University; Zachary Neal, Michigan State University