BOOKS

Celeste, M. (2017). Race, gender, and citizenship in the African diaspora: Travelling blackness (Series: Routledge Transformations in Race and Media, Vol. 7). New York, NY: Routledge.

Howard, P. N., & Hussain, M. M. (2013). Democracy’s fourth wave? Digital media and the Arab Spring (Series: Oxford Studies in Digital Politics). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Hussain, M. M., & Howard, P. N. (Eds.) (2013). State power and information infrastructure. (Series: Politics and International Relations). London, UK: Ashgate Publishing.

Thurlow, C., & Mroczek, K. (Eds.). (2011). Digital discourse: Language in the new media. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Beam, R. A., John, S. L., & Yaqub, M. M. (2017). ‘We don’t cover suicide … (except when we do cover suicide)’: A case study in the production of news. Journalism Studies, 1-19.

Habel, P., Moon, R., & Fang, A. (2017). News and information leadership in the digital age. Information, Communication & Society, 1-16.

Kubler, K. (2017). State of urgency: Surveillance, power, and algorithms in France’s state of emergency. Big Data & Society, 4(2), 1-10.

Merrell, B., Calderwood, K. J., & Graham, T. (in press). Debate across the disciplines: Structured classroom debates in interdisciplinary curricula. Contemporary Argumentation & Debate. 

Moon, R. (2017). Getting into living rooms: NGO media relations work as strategic practice. Journalism, 1-16.

Neff, G., Tanweer, A., Fiore-Gartland, B., & Osburn, L. (2017). Critique and contribute: A practice-based framework for improving critical data studies and Data Science. Big Data, 5(2), 85-97.

Yaqub, M. M., Beam, R. A., & John, S. L. (2017). ‘We report the world as it is, not as we want it to be’: Journalists’ negotiation of professional practices and responsibilities when reporting on suicide. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 1-17.

Bellinger, M. (2016). The rhetoric of error in digital media. Computational Culture: A Journal of Software Studies, 5.

Dasgupta, S., Hale, W., Monroy-Hernández, A., & Hill, B. M. (2016). Remixing as a pathway to computational thinking. In Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (pp. 1438-1449). New York, NY: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

Geist-Martin, P., Bollinger, B. J., Wiechert, K. N., Plump, B., & Sharf, B. F. (2016). Challenging integration: clinicians’ perspectives of communicating collaboration in a center for integrative medicine. Health Communication, 31(5), 544-556.

Moon, R. (2016). A corpus-linguistic analysis of news coverage in Kenya’s Daily Nation and The Times of London. International Journal of Communication, 10, 2381–2401.

Neumann, R., & Fahmy, S. (2016). Measuring journalistic peace/war performance: An exploratory study of crisis reporters’ attitudes and perceptions. International Communication Gazette, 78(3), 223–246.

Parks, E. S., & Nishime, L. (2016). Extinction, genealogy, and institutionalization: Challenging normative values in popular endangered language discourse. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 9(4), 312-333.

Shorey, S., & Howard, P. N. (2016). Automation, big data and politics: A research review. International Journal of Communication, 10, 5032–5055.

Tanweer, A., Fiore-Gartland, B., & Aragon, C. (2016). Impediment to insight to innovation: Understanding data assemblages through the breakdown–repair process. Information, Communication & Society, 19(6), 736-752.

Woolley, S. C. (2016). Automating power: Social bot interference in global politics. First Monday, 21(4).

Bellinger, M. (2015). Bae caught me tweetin’: On the representational stance of the selfie. International Journal of Communication, 9, 1806-1817.

Bollinger, B. J. & Moran, M. (2015). To reach adolescents with high trait resistance and sensation seeking, taking risks may be beneficial: A case study of the truth campaign. Cases in Public Health, 8, 115-135.

McClearen, J. (2015). Unbelievable bodies: Audience readings of action heroines as a post-feminist visual metaphor. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 29(6), 833-846.

McClearen, J. (2015). The paradox of Fallon’s fight: Interlocking discourses of sexism and cissexism in mixed martial arts fighting. New Formations: A Journal of Culture/Theory/Politics, 86, 74-88.

Merrell, B., Calderwood, K. J., & Flores, R. (2015). The intersection of competitions and classrooms in forensics pedagogy. Communication Studies, 66(4), 433-447.

Pearce, K. E., Barta, K., & Fesenmaier, M. A. (2015). The affordances of social networking sites for relational maintenance in a distrustful society: The case of Azerbaijan. Social Media + Society, 1(2), 1-11

Bradshaw, S. C., Coe, K., & Neumann, R. (2014). Newspaper attention to major presidential addresses: A reexamination of conceptualizations, predictors, and effects. Communication Reports, 27(1), 53-64.

Fesenmaier, M. A., Kaloumeh, L., Zhuang, Y., & Ivory, J. D. (2014). Revolutionary medium? Portrayals of social media in American and Egyptian newspapers’ coverage of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. Newspaper Research Journal, 34(4), 113-127.

Kolodziejski, L. R. (2014). Harms of hedging in scientific discourse: Andrew Wakefield and the origins of the autism vaccine controversy. Technical Communication Quarterly, 23(3), 165-183.

Nielsen, C. E. (2014). Coproduction or cohabitation: Are anonymous online comments on newspaper websites shaping news content? New Media & Society, 16(3), 470-487.

Silova, I., Yaqub, M. M., Mun, O., & Palandjian, G. (2014). Pedagogies of space: (Re)imagining nation and childhood in post-Soviet states. Global Studies of Childhood, 4(3), 195-209.

Vats, A. (2014). Racechange is the new black: Racial accessorizing and racial tourism in high fashion as constraints on rhetorical agency. Communication, Culture & Critique, 7(1), 112-135.

Abel, A. D., & Barthel, M. L. (2013). Appropriation of mainstream news: How Saturday Night Live changed the political discussion. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 30(1), 1-16.

Barthel, M. L. (2013). President for a day: Video games as youth civic education. Information, Communication & Society, 16(1), 28-42.

Freelon, D. (2013). ReCal OIR: Ordinal, interval, and ratio intercoder reliability as a web service. International Journal of Internet Science, 8(1), 10-16.

Gilmore, J., Meeks, L., & Domke, D. (2013). Why do (we think) they hate us: Anti-Americanism, patriotic messages, and attributions of blame. International Journal of Communication, 7, 701-721.

Hussain, M. M., & Howard, P. N. (2013). What best explains successful protest cascades? ICTs and the fuzzy causes of the Arab Spring. International Studies Review, 15(1), 48-66.

Mead, M. A., & Silova, I. (2013). Literacies of (post) socialist childhood: Alternative readings of socialist upbringings and neoliberal futures. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 11(2), 194-222.

Meeks, L. (2013). He wrote, she wrote: Journalist gender, political office, and campaign news. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 90(1), 58-74.

Namkoong, K., McLaughlin, B., Yoo, W., Hull, S. J., Shah, D. V., Kim, S. C., Moon, T. J., Johnson, C. N., Hawkins, R. P., McTavish, F. M., & Gustafson, D. H. (2013). The effects of expression: How providing emotional support online improves cancer patients’ coping strategies. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monographs, 2013(47), 169-174.

Nielsen, C. (2013). Wise Latina: Framing Sonia Sotomayor in the general-market and Latina/o-oriented prestige press. Howard Journal of Communications, 24(2), 117-133.

Vats, A., & Nishime, L. (2013). Containment as Neocolonial visual rhetoric: Fashion, yellowface, and Karl Lagerfeld’s “Idea of China”. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 99(4), 423-447.

Fahmy, S., & Neumann, R. (2012). Shooting war or peace photographs? An examination of newswires’ coverage of the conflict in Gaza (2008-2009). American Behavioral Scientist, 56(2), 1-26.

Fiore-Silfvast, B. (2012). User-generated warfare: A case of converging wartime information networks and coproductive regulation on YouTube. International Journal of Communication, 6, 1965-1988.

Hussain, M. M. (2012). Journalism’s digital disconnect: The growth of campaign content and entertainment gatekeepers in viral political information. Journalism, 13(8), 1024-1040.

Meeks, L. (2012). Is she “man enough”? Women candidates, executive political offices, and news coverage. Journal of Communication, 62(1), 175-193.

Neumann, R., & Fahmy, S. (2012). Analyzing the spell of war: A war/peace framing analysis of the 2009 visual coverage of the Sri Lankan Civil War in Western newswires. Mass Communication and Society, 15(2), 169-200.

Nielsen, C. (2012). Newspaper journalists support online comments. Newspaper Research Journal, 33(1), 86-100.

Pietrucci, P. (2012). Strategic maneuvering through shifting ideographs in political discourse: A rhetorical analysis of Silvio Berlusconi’s first Liberation Day speech. Journal of Argumentation in Context, 1(3), 291-311.

Vraga, E. K., Edgerly, S., Bode, L., Carr, D. J., Bard, M., Johnson, C. N., Kim, Y. M. & Shah, D. V. (2012). The correspondent, the comic, and the combatant: The consequences of host style in political talk shows. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 89(1), 5-22.

Al-Sumait, F. (2011). Public opinion discourses on democratization in the Arab Middle East. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 4(2), 125-145.

Coe, K., & Neumann, R. (2011). Finding foreigners in American national identity: Presidential discourse, people, and the international community. International Journal of Communication, 5, 819-840.

Coe, K., & Neumann, R. (2011). International identity in theory and practice: The case of the modern American presidency. Communication Monographs, 78(2), 139-161.

Coe, K., & Neumann, R. (2011). The major addresses of modern presidents: Parameters of a data set. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 41(4), 727-751.

Howard, P. N., Agarwal, S. D., & Hussain, M. M. (2011). When do states disconnect their digital networks? Regime responses to the political uses of social media. The Communication Review, 14(3), 216-232.

Howard, P. N., & Hussain, M. M. (2011). The upheavals in Egypt and Tunisia: The role of digital media. Journal of Democracy, 22(3), 35-48.

Nahon, K., Hemsley, J., Walker, S., & Hussain, M. M. (2011). Fifteen minutes of fame: The power of blogs in the lifecycle of viral political information. Policy & Internet, 3(1), 1-28.

Parks, M. R., Faw, M., & Goldsmith, D. (2011). Undergraduate instruction in empirical research methods in communication: Assessment and recommendations. Communication Education, 60(4), 406-421.

Pietrucci, P. (2011). “Poetic” publics: Agency and rhetorics of “netroots” activism in post-earthquake L’Aquila. The Journal of Community Informatics, 6(3).

Sheets, P., Domke, D. S., & Greenwald, A. G. (2011). God and country: The partisan psychology of the presidency, religion, and nation. Political Psychology, 32(3), 459-484.

Beam, R. A., & Di Cicco, D. T. (2010). When women run the newsroom: Management change, gender, and the news. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 87(2), 393-411.

Bhatt, A., Murty, M., & Ramamurthy, P. (2010). Hegemonic developments: The new Indian middle class, gendered subalterns, and diasporic returnees in the event of neoliberalism. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 36(1), 127-152.

Di Cicco, D. T. (2010). The public nuisance paradigm: Changes in mass media coverage of political protest since the 1960s. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 87(1), 135-153.

Freelon, D. G. (2010). ReCal: Intercoder reliability calculation as a web service. International Journal of Internet Science, 5(1), 20-33.

Gastil, J., Lingle, C. J., & Deess, E. P. (2010). Deliberation and global criminal justice: Juries in the international criminal court. Ethics & International Affairs, 24(1), 69-90.

Howard, P. N., Busch, L., & Sheets, P. (2010). Comparing digital divides: Internet access and social inequality in Canada and the United States. Canadian Journal of Communication, 35(1), 109-128.

Murty, M. (2010). Reading the perplexing figure of the “Bandit Queen”: Interpellation, resistance and opacity. Thirdspace: A Journal of Feminist Theory & Culture, 9(1). 1-28.

Neff, G., Fiore-Silfvast, B., & Dossick, C. S. (2010). A case study of the failure of digital communication to cross knowledge boundaries in virtual construction. Information, Communication & Society, 13(4), 556-573.

Al-Sumait, F. (2009). The emerging foundations of a growing field of inquiry. Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research, 2(1-2), 159-163.

Al-Sumait, F., Lingle, C., & Domke, D. (2009). Terrorism’s cause and cure: The rhetorical regime of democracy in the US and UK. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 2(1), 7-25.

Beam, R. A., Brownlee, B. J., Weaver, D. H., & Di Cicco, D. T. (2009). Journalism and public service in troubled times. Journalism Studies, 10(6), 734-753.

Jones, T. M., & Sheets, P. (2009). Torture in the eye of the beholder: Social identity, news coverage, and Abu Ghraib. Political Communication, 26(3), 278-295.

Murty, M. (2009). Representing Hindutva: Nation, religion and masculinity in Indian popular cinema, 1990 to 2003. Popular Communication, 7(4), 267-281.

Scherman, E. (2009). The speech that didn’t fly: Polysemic readings of Christopher Reeve’s speech to the 1996 Democratic National Convention. Disability Studies Quarterly, 29(2).

Wells, C., Reedy, J., Gastil, J., & Lee, C. (2009). Information distortion and voting choices: The origins and effects of factual beliefs in initiative elections. Political Psychology, 30(6), 953-969.

Gastil, J., Reedy, J., & Wells, C. (2007). When good voters make bad policies: Assessing and improving the deliberative quality of initiative elections. Colorado Law Review, 78(4), 1435-1488.

Gastil, J., Reedy, J., Braman, D., & Kahan, D. M. (2007). Deliberation across the cultural divide: Assessing the potential for reconciling conflicting cultural orientations to reproductive technology. George Washington Law Review, 76(6), 1772-1798.

Mason, R. M., & Hart, T. (2007). Libraries for a global networked world: Toward new educational and design strategies. The National Assembly Library Review of the National Assembly Library of the Republic of Korea, 44(341), 14-23. [Paper translated into Korean]

Moshin, J. J. (2006). On the big screen, but stuck in the closet: What Mel Brooks’ The Producers says about modern American Jewish identity and communicating the Holocaust. Journal of the Northwest Communication Association, 35, 22-45.

BOOK CHAPTERS AND ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

Woolley, S. C. (2018). The political economy of bots: Theory and method in the study of social automation. In R. Kiggins (Ed.), The political economy of robots: Prospects for prosperity and peace in the automated 21st century (pp. 127-155). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Barthel, M., & Moy, P. (2017). The media and the fostering of political (dis)trust. In K. Kenski and K. H. Jamieson (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Political Communication (pp. 581-594). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Bollinger, B. J. (2017). Embodying gender language: Tension in performance. In N. Gordon & L. Finley (eds.), Reflections on gender from a communication point-of-view: GenderSpectives (pp. 123-134). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Woolley, S. C., & Howard, P. N. (2016). Social media, revolution, and the rise of the political bot. In P. Robinson, P. Seib, & R. Fröhlich (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security (pp. 282-292). New York, NY: Routledge.  

Coyer, K., & Wanstreet, R. (2015). Terms of service agreements. In R. Mansell & P. H. Ang (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Digital Communication and Society (Vol. 3, pp. 1005-1013). Boston, MA: John Wiley & Sons.

Lippman-Hoskins, M. (2015). Glee and “Born this Way”. In B. C. Johnson & D. K. Faill (Eds.), Glee and new directions for social change (pp. 111-122). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

McClearen, J. (2015). Gladiator in a suit? Scandal’s Olivia Pope and the post-identity regulation of physical agency. In K. Silva & K. Mendes (Eds.), Feminist erasures: Challenging backlash culture (pp. 150-163). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Yaqub, M. M., & Silova, I. (2015). Remixing riot: The reappropriation of Pussy Riot through user-generated imagery across the Russian Internet. In I. Epstein (Ed.), The whole world is texting (pp. 115-136). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Hussain, M. M., & Howard, P. N. (2014). Information technology and the limited states of the Arab Spring. In S. Livingston & G. Walter-Drop (Eds.), Bits and atoms: Information and communication technology in areas of limited statehood (pp. 17-29). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Moy, P., & Hussain, M. M. (2014). Media and public opinion in a fragmented society. In W. Donsbach, C. T. Salmon, and Y. Tsfati (Eds.), The spiral of silence: New perspectives on communication and public opinion (pp. 92-100). New York, NY: Routledge.

Moy, P., Johnson, C. N., & Barthel, M. L. (2014). Entertaining and emotional elements in political coverage. In C. Reinemann (Ed.), Political communication (Series Handbooks of Communication Science, Vol. 18) (pp. 409-426). Berlin, Germany: de Gruyter Mouton.

Neumann, R., & Coe, K. (2014). Using a mixed approach to content analysis: The case of apologetic rhetoric in the modern presidency. In A. N. Valdivia & F. Darling-Wolf (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies: Research Methods in Media Studies (Vol. 7) (pp. 277-302). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Parks, M. R., & Faw, M. H. (2014). Relationships among relationships: Interpersonal communication in social networks. In C. R. Berger (Ed.), Interpersonal communication (Series Handbooks of Communication Science, Vol. 6) (pp. 395-418). Berlin, Germany: de Gruyter Mouton.

Woolley, S. C. (2014). Spammers, scammers, and trolls: Political bot manipulation. In S. P. Gangadharan, V. Eubanks, & S. Barocas (Eds.), Data and discrimination: Collected essays (pp. 42-47). Open Technology Institute.

Yaqub, M. M. (2014). (Re)learning Ukrainian: Language myths and cultural corrections in the literacy primers of post-Soviet Ukraine. In J. Williams (Ed.), (Re)constructing memory: School textbooks and the imagination of the nation (pp. 221-246). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Moy, P., Xenos, M., & Hussain, M. M. (2013). News and political entertainment effects on democratic citizenship. In A. N. Valdivia & E. Scharrer (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies: Media Effects/Media Psychology (Vol. 5) (pp. 868-889). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Nielsen, C. (2013). Same news, different narrative: How the Latina/o-oriented press tells stories of social identity. In D. Lasorsa & A. Rodriguez (Eds.), Identity and media: New agendas in communication (pp. 43-61). New York, NY: Routledge.

Bennett, W. L., Freelon, D., Hussain, M. M., & Wells, C. (2012). Digital media and youth engagement. In H. A. Semetko & M. Scammell (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of political communication (pp. 127-140). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications.

Davis, D. C., Lippman, M. B., Tougas, J. A., & Morris, T. W. (2012). Face-Off: Different ways identity is privileged through Facebook. In C. Cunningham (Ed.), Social networking and impression management: self-presentation in the digital age (pp. 61-84). Lanham, MA: Lexington Books.

Howard, P. N., & Hussain, M. M. (2012). Digital media and the Arab Spring. In L. Diamond & M. F. Plattner (Eds.), Liberation technology: Social media and the struggle for democracy (pp. 110-123). Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Hussain, M. M., & Howard, P. N. (2012). Opening closed regimes: Civil society, information infrastructure, and political Islam. In E. Anduiza, M. Jensen, & L. Jorba (Eds.), Digital media and political engagement worldwide: A comparative study (pp. 200-220). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Beam, R. A., & Meeks, L. (2011). “So many stories, so little time”: The changing professional environment. In W. Lowery & P. Gade (Eds.), Changing the news: The forces shaping journalism in uncertain times (pp. 230-248). New York: Routledge.

Moshin, J. J., & Jackson, R. L. II (2011). Inscribing racial bodies and relieving responsibility: Examining racial politics in Crash. In M. G. Lacey & K. A. Ono (Eds.), Critical rhetorics of race (pp. 214-232). New York, NY: New York University Press.

Moy, P., & Hussain, M. M. (2011). Media influences on political trust and engagement. In R. Y. Shapiro & L. R. Jacobs (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of American public opinion and the media (pp. 220-235). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Neumann, R., & Coe, K. (2011). The rhetoric in the modern presidency: A quantitative assessment. In J. A. Edwards & D. Weiss (Eds.), The rhetoric of American exceptionalism: Critical essays (pp. 11-30). Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co.

Bennett, W. L., Freelon, D. G., & Wells, C. (2010). Changing citizen identity and the rise of a participatory media culture. In L. Sherrod, J. Torney-Purta & C. Flanagan (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Civic Engagement in Youth (pp. 393-424). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Jackson, R. L. II & Moshin, J. J. (2010). Identity and difference: Race and the necessity of the discriminating subject. In T. K. Nakayama & R. T. Halualani (Eds.), The Handbook of Critical International Communication Studies (pp. 348-363). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Vats, A. (2010). Civic engagement through policy debate: Possibilities for transformation. In A. D. Louden (Ed.), Navigating opportunity: Policy debate in the 21st century (pp. 242-249). New York, NY: International Debate Education Association.

Moshin, J. J., & Jackson II, R. L. (2009). Constructing, negotiating, and communicating Jewish identity in America. In L. A. Samovar & R. E. Porter (Eds.), Intercultural communication: A reader (12th edition, pp. 70-79). Boston, MA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning.

Reedy, J., & Wells, C. (2009). Information, the internet, and direct democracy. In A. Chadwick & P. N. Howard (Eds.), Routledge handbook of Internet politics (pp. 157-172). London, UK: Routledge.

Jackson, R. L. II & Moshin, J. J. (2008). Scripting Jewishness within the satire The Hebrew Hammer. In K. Glenister-Roberts & R. Arnette (Eds.), Communication ethics: Cosmopolitanism and provinciality (pp. 187-212). New York: Peter Lang.

Stone, L. & Hart, T. (2008). Semiotic mediation in literacy practices: Private speech in context. In R. Alanen & S. Pöyhönen (Eds.), Language in action: Vygotsky and Leontievian legacy today (pp. 280-307). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

BOOK REVIEWS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

TeBlunthuis, N. (forthcoming). [Review of Helen Margetts, Peter John, Scott Hale and Taha Yasseri, Political Turbulence]. Journal of Information Technology & Politics.

Neumann, R. (2017). [Review of Finn Brunton and Helen Nissenbaum, Obfuscation: A user’s guide for privacy and protest]. New Media & Society, 19(1), 154-156.

Bollinger, B. J. (2016). [Review of Whitney Phillips, This is why we can’t have nice things: Mapping the relationship between online trolling and mainstream culture]. Journal of Communication, 66, E1-E3.

Calderwood, K. J. (2016). [Review of Eszter Hargittai and Christian Sandvig, Digital research confidential: The secrets of studying behavior online]. New Media & Society, 18(11), 2802-2803.

Howard, P. N., Kollanyi, B., & Woolley, S. C. (2016). Bots and automation over Twitter during the U.S. election. Comprop Data Memo. Oxford, UK: Project on Computational Propaganda.

Howard, P. N., Kollanyi, B., & Woolley, S. C. (2016). Bots and automation over Twitter during the third U.S. presidential debate. Comprop Data Memo. Oxford, UK: Project on Computational Propaganda.

Howard, P. N., Kollanyi, B., & Woolley, S. C. (2016). Bots and automation over Twitter during the second U.S. presidential debate. Comprop Data Memo. Oxford, UK: Project on Computational Propaganda.

Howard, P. N., Shorey, S., Woolley, S. C., & Guo, M. (2016). Creativity and critique: Gap analysis of support for critical research on big data. Comprop Research Note. Oxford, UK: Project on Computational Propaganda.

Kollanyi, B., Howard, P. N., & Woolley, S. C. (2016). Bots and automation over Twitter during the first U.S. presidential debate. Comprop Data Memo. Oxford, UK: Project on Computational Propaganda.

Swan, A. L. (2016). [Review of Howard Rosenbaum and Madelyn R. Sanfilippo, Online trolling and its perpetrators: Under the cyberbridge]. Media, Culture & Society, 39(2), 298-300.

Swan, A. L. (2016). [Review of Joseph M. Reagle Jr., Reading the comments: Likers, haters, and manipulators at the bottom of the web]. International Journal of Communication, 10, 1677-1680.

Neumann, R. (2015). [Review of Zohar Kampf and Tamar Liebes, Transforming media coverage of violent conflicts: The new face of war]. Political Communication, 32(1), 177-179.

Barthel, M. L. (2013). [Review of Gordon Calleja, In-Game]. Information, Communication & Society, 16(5), 833-835.

Hussain, M. M. (2013). [Review of Nivien Saleh, Third world citizens and the information technology revolution]. Perspectives on Politics, 11(3), 985-986.

Hussain, M. M. (2013). [Review of Philip Seib, Real-time diplomacy: Politics and power in the social media era]. International Journal of Communication, 7, 871-873.

Archer, L. (2012). Evaluating experts: Understanding citizen assessments of technical discourse. In J. Goodwin (Ed.), Between scientists & citizens: Proceedings of a Conference at Iowa State University, June 1-2, 2012 (pp. 53-62). Ames, IA: Great Plains Society for the Study of Argumentation (GPSSA).

Schott, C. & Fesenmaier M. (Eds.) (2012). Proceedings from TEFI ’12: The 6th Annual Tourism Education Futures Institute Conference, Transformational Leadership for Tourism Education, University of Bocconi, Milan, Italy.

Mead, M. A. (2011). [Review of Aneta Pavlenko, Multilingualism in post-Soviet countries]. European Education, 43(1), 95-98.

Moy, P., & Pietrucci, P. (2011). [Review of Gianpietro Mazzoleni & Anna Sfardini, Politica pop: Da “Porta a porta” a “L’isola dei famosi” [Pop politics: From “door to door” to “island of the famous”]. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 23(1), 114–116.

Nielsen, C. (2011). Moving mass communication scholarship beyond binaries: A call for intersectionality as theory and method. Media Report to Women, 39(1), 6-12.

Pietrucci, P. (2011). From liberation to liberty: Strategic ambiguity and politicization in Berlusconi’s 1st Liberation Day speech: ‘April 25: A honor and a commitment.’ In F. van Eemeren, B. Garssen, D. Godden, & G. Mitchell (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th conference of the International Society for the Study of Argument (ISSA), June 29 – July 2, 2010. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Rozenberg.

Barthel, M. L. (2010). [Review of Marwan M. Kraidy, Reality television and Arab politics: Contention in public life]. International Journal of Communication, 4, 808-809.

Hall, M. H. (2010). [Review of Nicholas A. Christakis and James H. Fowler, Connected: The surprising power of our social networks and how they shape our lives]. Mass Communication and Society, 13, 338–340.

Hussain, M. M. (2010). [Review of Elisabeth Eide, Risto Kunelius and Angela Phillips (Eds.), Transnational Media Events: The Mohammed Cartoons and the Imagined Clash of Civilizations]. Global Media Journal, 10(17), 1-4.

Pietrucci, P. (2010). Resistance, activism, and spectacular politics to recreate community and re-appropriate citizenship in post-earthquake L’Aquila, Italy. In L. Stillman & R. Gomez (Eds.), Tales of the unexpected: Vision and reality in community informatics. Proceedings of the Informatics CIRN-DIAC Conference in Prato, Italy, October 27-29, 2010. Melbourne, Australia: Monash University.

Murty, M. (2009). [Review of Jane Rhodes, Framing the Black Panthers: The spectacular rise of a Black Power icon]. The Black Scholar, 39(3-4), 68-69.

Murty, M. (2009). [Review of Kenneth W. Cimino, Gay conservatives: Group consciousness and assimilation]. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 5(1-2), 183-185.

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Hwang, T., & Woolley, S. (2017, June 2). The most important lesson from the dust-up over Trump’s fake Twitter followers. Slate. Available at http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2017/06/the_lesson_of_the_dust_up_over_trump_s_fake_twitter_followers.html

Fesenmaier, M. (2017, April 22). Hard-working immigrant stereotype brings pressure. The News Tribune. Available at http://www.thenewstribune.com/opinion/article146070669.html

Guilbeault, D., & Woolley, S. (2016, November 1). How Twitter bots are shaping the election. The Atlantic. Available at https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2016/11/election-bots/506072/

Woolley, S., & Howard, P. N. (2016, May 15). Bots unite to automate the presidential election. Wired. Available at: https://www.wired.com/2016/05/twitterbots-2/

Shorey, S. (2016, February 24). What is it like to be a bot? Data & Society: Points. Available at https://points.datasociety.net/what-is-it-like-to-be-bot-a1f8d8f3a5e4

Woolley, S., boyd, d., … Shorey, S. et al. (2016, February 23). How to think about bots, a botifesto. Motherboard. Available at http://motherboard.vice.com/read/how-to-think-about-bots

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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