We’re still enjoying our summer break. However, it doesn’t mean nothing’s going on at ALiGN :-) We’re busy working on various things, our own research and, of course, the next special issue!
In the meantime, in the last couple months, several publications from ALiGN folks are published. These include:
- Dobson, K. (2019). Connecting, Bypassing, and Networking: Analyzing Idle No More’s Online Activities. In J. Hunsinger, Springer.
- Lim, M. (2019). Cyber-Urban Space. In The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia or Urban and Regional Studies, A. M. Orum (Ed.). [Download PDF]
- Lim, M. (2019). Disciplining Dissent: Freedom, Control, and Digital Activism in Southeast Asia, in R. Padawangi (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Urbanization in Southeast Asia, London: Routledge, pp. 478-494. [Download PDF]
- Mitchell, S. S. (2019). Population Control, Deadly Vaccines, and Mutant Mosquitoes: The Construction and Circulation of Zika Virus Conspiracy Theories Online. Canadian Journal of Communication, 44(2).
- Woo, B. & Rajani, N. (2019). Comic Book Stores as Sites of Struggle, in D. Herbert & D. Johnson (eds.) Point of Sale, Rutgers University Press.
Also, Nasreen Rajani, Merlyna Lim, and Scott Mitchell were featured in the media:
- Lim in CTV News Channel: Protests in Hong Kong primarily going offline, interviewed by Angie Seth. https://www.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1719442&fbclid=IwAR2rgGi3-csz2U4eMGcb8VU7qGUxgxZnFcVlLpqU3EV2tezFQga-47U-P28
- Mitchell in Terra Informa: The perils and responsibilities of science communication. https://terrainforma.ca/2019/06/17/perils-responsibilities-communication/
- Lim in CBC News: Hong Kong protesters go offline to dodge China’s digital surveillance, by Ramona Pringle. https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/pringle-hong-kong-protests-1.5192550?
- Rajani in Post<Riposte: Episode 16 – Election Detection: Fighting Fake News and Toxic Politics, by Sherry Aske. https://carleton.ca/sjc/2019/episode-16-election-detection-fighting-fake-news-and-toxic-politics/