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  1. Evidence of Impact

    Citation count for books and publications (based on: Google Scholar, Publish or Perish,
    Google Books, MUSE, ProQuest, Scopus, Wiley, Sage, T&F, EBSCO)
    Total: 5,242 citations

    Highly cited:
    Book: Terror On the Internet (2006): 484 citations
    Article: On the importance of marginality, American Sociological Review (1992): 268 citations

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