It’s Spring, So CRDMers Are Headed Back to the Pubs

Time again for a publications update. You might have seen our first post back in October; this recurring feature is meant to highlight the kinds of research we do here in the program and the types of journals that fit our diverse research interests. It’s also an excuse to make the same pun 3-4 times a year and recycle the same pub sign over and over again. Hooray recycling!

Pub(lications) Sign

Happy hour special: 2-for-1 citation index!

Student names are listed below in bold and in full to make this list more search-friendly (citation style guide prescriptivists be damned!). When possible, I included a link to the journal or website in which the article appears, though I realize that everyone won’t have access to the same institutional subscriptions.

de Souza e Silva, A. and Sutko, Daniel M. (2011). Theorizing locative technologies through philosophies of the virtual. Communication Theory, 21 (1): 23-42. [link]

de Souza e Silva, A. and Frith, Jordan. (2010). Locational privacy in public spaces: Media discourses on location-aware mobile technologies. Communication, Culture, and Critique, 3 (4): 503-525. [link]

de Souza e Silva, A. and Frith, Jordan. (2010). A critical analysis of locative social mobile networks: Merging communication, location and urban spaces. Mobilities, 5 (4): 485-505 [link]

Frith, Jordan, Morain, Matt, Cummings, Chris. and Berube, D. (2011). Reviews of the books: The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains by Nicholas Carr and You Are Not a Gadget: A Manifesto by Jaron Lanier. Journal of Communication, 61 (1). [link]

Gallagher, V. J., Martin, Kelly N., and Ma, M. (2011) Visual wellbeing: Intersection of rhetorical theory and design. Design Issues, 27 (2): 25-39.

Gallagher, V. J. and Martin, Kelly N. (2010). Book review of Lester C. Olson, Cara A. Finnegan and Diane S. Hope, eds. Visual Rhetoric: A Reader in Communication and American Culture (2008). Southern Communication Journal, 75 (5): 547-551. [link]

Gruber, David; Jack, J., Keranen, L., McKenzie, J. M., and Morris, M. B. (2011). Rhetoric and the Neurosciences: Engagement and Exploration. Poroi, 7 (1). [link]

Wiley, S.B.C., Sutko, Daniel M., and Becerra, T.M. (2011). Assembling social space. The Communication Review, 13 (4): 340-372. [link]

Zuckerman, E., Roberts, H., McGrady, Ryan., York, J., & Palfrey, J. (2010). Distributed denial of service attacks against independent media and human rights sites. The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. [link]

The above list only includes published articles and doesn’t include submitted, accepted, or forthcoming; check back for the next update sometime in late summer/early fall.



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