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Nancy K. Baym. (2000). Tune In, Log On: Soaps, Fandom, and Online Community. Sage Publications, Inc.

Nancy K. Baym. (2010). Personal Connections in the Digital Age. Polity Press.

danah boyd. (Forthcoming 2014). It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Kate Crawford. (2006). Adult Themes. Macmillan, Sydney.

Gray, Mary L. 2009. Out in the Country. NYU Press, New York.

Annette Markham & Baym, Nancy. (2010) Internet Inquiry: Conversations about Method. Sage Publications.

 

Journal Publications, Conference Proceedings, and Book Chapters: 2013

danah boyd and Eszter Hargittai. (In Press). “Connected and Concerned: How Parental Concerns About Online Safety Issues Vary.” Policy & Internet.

danah boyd.(Forthcoming). “Making Sense of Teen Life: Strategies for Capturing Ethnographic Data in a Networked Era.” In Hargittai, E. & Sandvig, C. (Eds.) Digital Research Confidential: The Secrets of Studying Behavior Online. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

danah boyd. (2013). “Networked Privacy.” Surveillance & Society 10(3/4), 348-350.

Nicole Ellison and danah boyd. (2013). “Sociality through Social Network Sites.” In The Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies (Ed. William H. Dutton). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Josephine Korchmaros, Michele Ybarra, Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, danah boyd, and Amanda Lenhart. (In Press). “Perpetration of Teen Dating Violence in a Networked Society.” Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking.

Jessa Lingel and danah boyd. (In Press). “‘Keep it Secret, Keep it Safe’: Information Poverty, Information Norms, and Stigma.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. [draft pdf]

Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Munmum De Choudhury, Emre Kiciman, danah boyd, Scott Counts. (2013). “The New War Correspondents: The Rise of Civic Media Curation in Urban Warfare.” CSCW’13.

Mitali Thakor and danah boyd. (In press). “Networked Trafficking: Reflections on Technology and the Anti-Trafficking Movement.” Dialectical Anthropology.

 

Journal Publications, Conference Proceedings, and Book Chapters: 2012

Kath Albury and Kate Crawford. 2012 ‘Sexting, Consent and Young People’s Ethics: Beyond ‘Megan’s Story’, Continuum, 26: 3, pp 463-473.

Nancy Baym and danah boyd. (2012). “Socially Mediated Publicness: An Introduction.” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 56(3), pp. 320-329. [html]

danah boyd and Kate Crawford. (2012). “Critical Questions for Big Data: Provocations for a Cultural, Technological, and Scholarly Phenomenon.” Information, Communication, & Society 15:5, p. 662-679. [html] [Based on conference paper “Six Provocations for Big Data”]

Kate Crawford. (2012). ‘Reanimating Adulthood’ in Queer and Subjugated Knowledges: Generating Subversive Imaginaries, eds. Kerry Robinson and Cristyn Davies. Bentham Science. pp 140-167.

Kate Crawford. 2012. ‘Four ways of Listening to an iPhone: From Sound and Network Listening to Biometric Data and Geolocative Tracking’, in Studying Mobile Media: Cultural Technologies, Mobile Communication, and the iPhone, edited by Larissa Hjorth, Ingrid Richardson and Jean Burgess. London and New York: Routledge. pp 213-239.

Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Munmum De Choudhury, Emre Kiciman, danah boyd, Scott Counts. (In Press). “The New War Correspondents: The Rise of Civic Media Curation in Urban Warfare.” CSCW’12

Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Emre Kiciman, danah boyd, Scott Counts. (2012) “Tweeting the Drug War: Empowerment, Intimidation, and Regulation in Social Media.” HCIC 2012, June 25-29.

Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Emre Kiciman, danah boyd, Scott Counts. (2012) “Narcotweets: Social Media in Wartime.” ICWSM’12 poster paper, June 5-7. [pdf]

Mitali Thakor and danah boyd. (In press). “Networked Trafficking: Reflections on Technology and the Anti-Trafficking Movement.” Dialectical Anthropology.

Jo Tacchi, K. Kitner, and Kate Crawford. 2012 ‘Meaningful Mobility: Gender, Development and Mobile Phones’Feminist Media Studies, forthcoming.

Michele Ybarra, danah boyd, Josephine Korchmaros, and Jay Koby Oppenheim. (2012) “Defining and Measuring Cyberbullying Within the Larger Context of Bullying Victimization,” Journal of Adolescent Health 51, pp. 53-58[journal version]

 

Journal Publications, Conference Proceedings, and Book Chapters: 2011

Alice Marwick and danah boyd, To See and Be Seen: Celebrity Practice on Twitter, in Convergence, Sage, 2011

Alice Marwick and danah boyd. (2011). “The Drama! Teen Conflict in Networked Publics.” Paper presented at the Oxford Internet Institute Decade in Internet Time Symposium, September 22. [ssrn]

Andres Monroy-Hernandez, Benjamin Mako Hill, Jazmin Gonzalez-Rivero, danah boyd. (2011). “Computers can’t give credit: How automatic attribution falls short in an online remixing community.” CHI 2011, Vancouver. (Honorable Mention) [HTML]

Nancy K. Baym. (2011). Embracing The Flow Research Memo, Convergence Culture Consortium, MIT. (link is to a free PDF)

Nancy K. Baym. (2011).The Swedish Model: Balancing Markets and Gifts in the Music IndustryPopular Communication, 9(1), 22-38. Available open access here.

danah boyd. (2011). “White Flight in Networked Publics? How Race and Class Shaped American Teen Engagement with MySpace and Facebook.” In Race After the Internet (Eds. Lisa Nakamura and Peter Chow-White). Routledge, pp. 203-222. [pdf]

danah boyd. (2011). “Dear Voyeur, Meet Flâneur… Sincerely, Social Media.” Surveillance and Society 8(4), 505-507. [pdf]

danah boyd and Alice Marwick. (2011). “Social Privacy in Networked Publics: Teens’ Attitudes, Practices, and Strategies.” Paper presented at the Oxford Internet Institute Decade in Internet Time Symposium, September 22. [ssrn]

danah boyd, Eszter Hargittai, Jason Schultz, and John Palfrey. (2011). “Why Parents Help Their Children Lie to Facebook: Unintended Consequences of the ‘Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act’.” First Monday 16(11), November. [html]

danah boyd, Jenny Ryan, and Alex Leavitt. (2011). “Pro-Self-Harm and the Visibility of Youth-Generated Problematic Content.” I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society 7(1). [PDF]

danah boyd and Kate Crawford. (2011). “Six Provocations for Big Data.” Paper presented at the Oxford Internet Institute Decade in Internet Time Symposium, September 22. [ssrn]

Gilad Lotan, Erhardt Graeff, Mike Ananny, Devin Gaffney, Ian Pearce, and danah boyd (2011). “The Revolutions Were Tweeted: Information Flows during the 2011 Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions.” International Journal of Communications 5, Feature 1375–1405. [pdf]

Anabel Quan-Haase and danah boyd. (2011.)  “Teen Communities.” Encyclopedia of Social Networking (eds. George Barnette). London: Sage. [pdf]

 

Journal Publications, Conference Proceedings, and Book Chapters: 2010

Baym, N. K. (2010) Rethinking the Music IndustryPopular Communication, Special Issue on the Recession. 8 (3) 177-180.

danah boyd, Scott Golder, and Gilad Lotan, Tweet, Tweet, Retweet: Conversational Aspects of Retweeting on Twitter, in Proceedings of the 43rd Hawaii International Conference on Social Systems (HICSS), IEEE, January 2010

danah boyd, Making Sense of Privacy and Publicity, no. MSR-TR-2010-25, 13 March 2010

danah boyd, Privacy, Publicity, and Visibility, no. MSR-TR-2010-26, 4 March 2010.

Scott Golder and Sarita Yardi, Structural Predictors of Tie Formation in Twitter: Transitivity and Mutuality, in Proceedings of the Second IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, IEEE, August 2010

Sam Jackson, Chinese Youth and the Social Web: Identifying Patterns and Trends, no. MSR-TR-2010-60, 15 May 2010

Alice Marwick and danah boyd, I Tweet Honestly, I Tweet Passionately: Twitter Users, Context Collapse, and the Imagined Audience, in New Media and Society, Sage, September 2010

Sarita Yardi and danah boyd, Tweeting from the Town Square: Measuring Geographic Local Networks, in International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, American Association for Artificial Intelligence , May 2010

Sarita Yardi, Daniel Romero, Grant Schoenebeck, and danah boyd, Detecting spam in a Twitter network, in First Monday, vol. 15, no. 1, Microsoft Research, 4 January 2010

 

Journal Publications, Conference Proceedings, and Book Chapters: 2009

danah boyd, Do you See What I See?: Visibility of Practices through Social Media, no. MSR-TR-2009-188, 1 December 2009

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