Writing

For random thoughts, check out @lizdubois on Twitter. For longer thoughts take a look at my blog – this is also where you will find links to op-eds, journal articles and presentations. If you are looking for my academic articles, Google Scholar has you covered (or feel free to contact me for a complete list of publications and conference presentations).

Here are some of my favorite pieces:

And from the academic side:

Ford, H., Dubois, E. and Puschmann, C. Keeping Ottawa honest one tweet at a time? Politicians, journalists, Wikipedians and their botsInternational Journal of Communication. 10:4891-4914, 2016.

Dubois, E., and Ford, H. Trace Interviews: An actor-centered approach. International Journal of Communication. 9:2967-2091, 2015.

Dutton, W. H. and Dubois, E. The Fifth Estate: A New Pluralistic Force of Accountability. In Coleman, S. and Freelon, D. Handbook of Digital Politics. Edward Elgar, 2015, p. 51-66.

Dubois, E., and Gaffney, D. The multiple facets of Influence: Identifying political influentials and opinion leaders on Twitter. American Behavioural Scientist. 58(10): 1260-1277, 2014.

Blank, G., Bolsover, G., and Dubois, E. A new privacy paradox: Young people and privacy on social network sites. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, 2014 (34 pages).

Dubois, E. and Dutton, W. H. Empowering Citizens of the Internet Age: The Role of a Fifth Estate. In Dutton, W. H. and Graham, M. (eds.) Society and the Internet: How Information and Social Networks are Changing Our Lives. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, p. 238-254.

Dubois, E., and Dutton, W.H. The Fifth Estate of the Digital World. In Youngs, G. (ed.) Digital World: Connectivity, Creativity and Rights. London: Routledge, 2013, p. 131-143.

Dubois, E., and Dutton, W.H. The Fifth Estate and Internet governance: Collective accountability of a Canadian policy initiative. Revue Française d’Études Américaines. 134(4):81-97, 2012.

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