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Inequities of Race, Place, and Gender Among the Communication Citation Elite, 2000–2019

Who are you citing? In communication studies, the most cited authors are skewed even more white and male than previously thought.

Deen Freelon, Meredith L Pruden, Kirsten A Eddy, Rachel Kuo

Journal of Communication


Communication Studies, Education, Gender, Methods, Race

Libraries Comabating Disinformation: From the Front Line to the Long Game

The strategies you teach about search engine literacy might be out of date

Francesca Tripodi, Jade Angelique Stevenson, Rachel Slama, Justin Reich

The Library Quarterly


Google, Knowledge-Production, Legitimacy

Privacy Without Power: What Privacy Research Can Learn from Surveillance Studies

You can’t understand privacy without understanding power

Alice E. Marwick

Surveillance & Society

(In)Equity, Digital Infrastructures

Communication Studies, Knowledge-Production, Social Media

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The Institutional Capture of Abolitionist Dissent: Ending Genres of Police Science

Research can reproduce racial violence; here's how not to do that

Mon Mohapatra, Rachel Kuo


Digital Infrastructures

Policing, Race

Resisting Bureaucracies: Reflections on Community Engagement and Digital Technology

Community-based research can be tricky; this piece offers practical recommendations for a complicated process

Rachel Kuo

SSRC Just Tech

(In)Equity, Digital Infrastructures

Activism, Decoloniality, Knowledge-Production

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Disinformation as Political Communication

The time of "fake news" is over; "disinformation" has taken its place

Deen Freelon, Chris Wells

Political Communication


Identity, Political Communication, Propaganda

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Legitimating a Platform: Evidence of Journalists’ Role in Transferring Authority to Twitter

Social media platforms legitimate speech and shape journalism

Logan Molyneux, Shannon C. McGregor

Information, Communication & Society

Digital Infrastructures

Journalism, Twitter

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Critical Disinformation Studies: A Syllabus

An essay in syllabus form, this piece expands our understanding of what “counts” as disinformation

Alice Marwick, Rachel Kuo, Shanice Jones Cameron & Moira Weigel

Bulletin of Technology & Public Life

(In)Equity, Mis/Disinformation

Education, Race

Blue book cover with white and orange texts that reads Cambridge Elements Politics and Communication Power in Ideas by Kirsten Adams and Daniel Kriess

Power in Ideas: A Case-Based Argument for Taking Ideas Seriously in Political Communication

Ideas matter, so the empirical means by which we study them does, too

Kirsten Adams, Daniel Kreiss

Cambridge University Press

Political Processes

Legitimacy, Race, Social Media

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Morally Motivated Networked Harassment as Normative Reinforcement

Alice Marwick shows how moral outrage and shared moral norms energize networked, coordinated harassment online

Alice E. Marwick

Social Media & Society

(In)Equity, Digital Infrastructures

Gender, Harassment, Identity

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Ms. Categorized: Gender, Notability, and Inequality on Wikipedia

The ongoing fight to document women's contributions to society faces an uphill battle against users' interpretation of Wikipedia's "notability" requirements.

Francesca Tripodi

New Media & Society

(In)Equity, Digital Infrastructures

Gender, Wikipedia

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Meaningful Measures of Human Society in the Twenty-First Century

More data is available to researchers than ever before - but undertheorized, ad hoc methodologies make for inconsistent findings

David Lazer, Eszter Hargittai, Deen Freelon, Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Kevin Munger, Katherine Ognyanova, Jason Radford


Digital Infrastructures