Digital and social media

Most recent:

De Kreek, M. & L. van Zoonen (2016). Collective Digital Citizenship through Local Memory Websites. In A. McCosker, S. Vivienne & A. Johns (eds). Negotiation Digital Citizenship – Control, Contest and Culture (pp. 247 – 263). London: Rowmand and Littlefield.

Hirzalla, F. & L. van Zoonen (2015). Online voting applications. Foci, findings and future of an emerging research field. p. 87-103 in Coleman, S. & Freelon, D. (eds). Handbook of Digital Politics, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

 

‘Must reads’ 😉

Van Zoonen, L. & G. Turner (2014). Exercising identity: agency and narrative in identity management. Kybernetes, 43(6), p.935-946.

Van Zoonen, L., Vis, F., & Mihelj, S. 2011, “YouTube interactions between agonism, antagonism and dialogue: Video responses to the anti-Islam film Fitna”, New Media and Society, first published online June 16. doi:10.1177/1461444811405020. PDF

Hirzalla, F. & Van Zoonen, L. 2010. “Affective Political Marketing Online: Emotionality in the Youth Sites of Greenpeace and WWF”, International Journal of Learning and Media vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 39-54.

Van Doorn, N. & Van Zoonen, L. 2008, “Gender and the Internet.” in Routledge handbook of internet politics, eds. A. Chadwick & P. Howard, Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 261-275.

Complete list (chronological)

De Kreek, M. & L. van Zoonen (2016). Collective Digital Citizenship through Local Memory Websites. In A. McCosker, S. Vivienne & A. Johns (eds). Negotiation Digital Citizenship – Control, Contest and Culture (pp. 247 – 263). London: Rowmand and Littlefield.

Hirzalla, F. & L. van Zoonen (2015). Online voting applications. Foci, findings and future of an emerging research field. p. 87-103 in Coleman, S. & Freelon, D. (eds). Handbook of Digital Politics, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

Van Zoonen, L. & G. Turner (2014). Exercising identity: agency and narrative in identity management. Kybernetes, 43(6), p.935-946.

Van Zoonen, L., Turner, G. & J. Harvey (2014). Confusion, control and comfort: premediating identity management in film and television. Information, Communication and Society, 17(8), p. 986-100.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2013.870592.

Van Zoonen, L. (2013). From identity to identification: Fixating the fragmented self. Media, Culture and Society 35(1), p. 44-51

Hirzalla, F., Van Zoonen, L. & F. Müller (2012). Fadi Hirzalla, Liesbet van Zoonen and Floris Müller (2012). How Funny Can Islam Controversies Be? Comedians Defending Their Faiths on YouTube. Television & New Media , first published on September 7, 2012 doi:10.1177/1527476412453948

Van Zoonen, L., Vis, F., & Mihelj, S. 2011, “YouTube interactions between agonism, antagonism and dialogue: Video responses to the anti-Islam film Fitna”, New Media and Society, first published online June 6. doi:10.1177/1461444811405020.

Hirzalla, F., Van Zoonen, L. & J. de Ridder. 2011. “Internet Use and Political Participation: Reflections on the Mobilization/Normalization Controversy” The Information Society, Vol. 27, no. 1, pp.1-15.

Vis, F., Van Zoonen, L. Van, and S. Mihelj (2011). Women responding to the anti-Islam film Fitna: voices and acts of citizenship on YouTube. Feminist Review, 97, 110-129. PDF

Van Zoonen, L., Vis. F. &  Mihelj, S. 2010. “Performing citizenship on YouTube: activism, satire and online debate around the anti-Islam video Fitna”, Critical Discourse Studies, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 249-262.

Hirzalla, F.  & Van Zoonen, L. 2010. “Beyond the Online/Offline Divide: How Youth’s Online and Offline Civic Activities Converge”, Social Science Computer Review, online first December 4.

Hirzalla, F. & Van Zoonen, L. 2010. “Affective Political Marketing Online: Emotionality in the Youth Sites of Greenpeace and WWF”, International Journal of Learning and Media vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 39-54.

Hirzalla, F. & Van Zoonen, L. 2009, “Beyond online and offline participation: the meaning of internet for the social and political participation of the young”, Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 215-237.

Duits, L., Van Zoonen, L. & Hirzalla, F. 2009, “As the world spunks: Does internet help to transform youth journalism?” in Young citizens, ICTs and democracy, eds. T. Olsson & P. Dahlgren, Nordicom, Gothenburg, pp. 91-107.Hirzalla, F. & Van Zoonen, L. 2008, Young civic participation in Europe; results of a seven country survey. , CIVICWEB research project, EU 7th Framework.

Van Zoonen, L., Müller, F. & Hirzalla, F. 2009, “Fitna: de slag op YouTube.” in Popvirus: Popularisering van cultuur en religie., eds. M. Aarts & M. van der Haak, Aksant, Amsterdam.

Van Doorn, N. & Van Zoonen, L. 2008, “Gender and the Internet.” in Routledge handbook of internet politics, eds. A. Chadwick & P. Howard, Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 261-275.

Van Doorn, N., Wyatt, S. & Van Zoonen, L. 2008, “A body of text: Gender and sexuality on IRC”, Feminist Media Studies, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 357-374.

Van Doorn, N., Wyatt, S. & Van Zoonen, L. 2007, “Writing from experience: presentations of gender identity on weblogs”, European Journal of Women’s Studies, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 143-159

Van Zoonen, L., Alinejad, D., Dekker, M., Duits, L., Müller, F., Wittenberg, W. & van Romondt Vis, P. 2007, “Dr. Phil meets the candidates. How family life produces political discussion”, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 322-339.

Aalberts, C. & Van Zoonen, L. 2005, “Televisiekijken in het digitale tijdperk [Watching television in the digital age].”, Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 347-365.

Van Zoonen, L., Aalberts, C., Fjelsten, A. & Walczuch, R. 2004, “Effects of internet use on social cohesion in the Netherlands.” in Towards new media paradigms: content, producers, organisations and audiences, eds. R. Salverria & C. Sadaba, Ediciones Eunate, Pamplona, pp. 751-764.

Van Zoonen, L. & Aalberts, C. 2003, “Interactive television in the everyday lives of young couples.” in Women and everyday uses of the internet: agency and identity., eds. M. Consalvo & S. Paasonen, Peter Lang, New York.

Van Zoonen, L. 2002, “Gendering the internet. Claims, controversies and cultures”, European Journal of Communication, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 5-23.

Van Zoonen, L. 2001, “Een computer kan niet knuffelen. De betekenis van internet voor communicatie en identiteit. [A computer cannot hug you: the meaning of internet for communication and identity].” in Communicatie in de informatiesamenleving., ed. H. Bouwman, Boom, Meppel, pp. 71-90.

Van Zoonen, L. 2000, Gender en ICT: state of the art study, Infodrome, Amsterdam.

Van Zoonen, L. 2000, “Virtuele vrouwen: constructies van gender online. [Virtual women: constructions of gender online]. “, Tijdschrift voor Gender Studies, vol. 3, no. 3 , pp. 37-47.

Bergman, S. & Van Zoonen, L. 1999, “Fishing with false teeth: women, gender and the Internet.” in Technocities, eds. J. Downey & J. McGuigan, Sage, London, pp. 90-107.

Van Zoonen, L. 1992, “Feminist Theory and Information Technology. “,  Media, Culture and Society,vol.14(1), pp. 12-35.

van Zoonen, L. (ed) 1992, Gender and technology, Media, Culture and Society, vol. 14(1).

Van Zoonen, L. 1990, “Intimate strangers; gendered discourse of new media” in For business only? Gender and new information technologies, ed. GRANITE, SISWO, Amsterdam, pp. 43-52.

Van Zoonen, L. 1990, “Introduction to gender and new interactive technologies.” in For business only? Gender and new information technologies, ed. GRANITE, SISWO, Amsterdam, pp. 2-6.

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