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Publications last updated 4/22/16
Academic Articles & Book Chapters
Hargittai, E. and Marwick, A. (In press). "'What Can I Really Do?' Explaining Online Apathy and the Privacy Paradox." International Journal of Communication.
Marwick, A. (in press). "None of this is New (Media): Feminisms in the Social Media Age." In Press, A. & Oren, T. (eds), The Handbook of Contemporary Feminism. New York: Routledge.
Albury, K., Leaver, T., Marwick, A., Rettberg, J.W. & Senft, T. (in press). "The Selfie Course: More than a MOOC." In Bennett, R. & Kent, M. (eds), Massive Open Online Courses and Higher Education: Where to Next? Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. [pre-print PDF]
Marwick, A (2016). "You May Know Me From YouTube: (Micro)-Celebrity in Social Media." In Marshall, D. & Redmond, S. (eds), Companion to Celebrity Studies. Malen, MA: Blackwell-Wiley, 333-350. [pre-print PDF]
Marwick, A. (2015). "Instafame: Luxury Selfies in the Attention Economy." Public Culture 27(1): 137-160. [PDF]
Marwick, A and boyd, d. (2014). "Networked privacy: How teenagers negotiate context in social media." New Media and Society 16(7): 1051-1067. [PDF]
Marwick, A and boyd, d. (2014). "'It's Just Drama': Teen Perspectives on Conflict and Aggression in a Networked Era." Journal of Youth Studies 17(9): 1187 - 1204. [PDF]
Marwick, A., Gray, M. and Ananny, M. (2014). "'Dolphins are Just Gay Sharks': Glee and the Queer Case of Transmedia as Text and Object." Television and New Media. 15(7): 627-647. [Pre-print PDF]
Marwick, A. (2013). "'They're really profound women, they're entrepreneurs': Conceptions of Authenticity in Fashion Blogging." ICWSM, International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. Cambridge, MA: July 7-11. [PDF]
Marwick, A. (2013) "Ethnographic and Qualitative Research on Twitter." In Weller, K., Bruns, A., Puschmann, C., Burgess, J. and Mahrt, M. (eds), Twitter and Society. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 109-122. [Pre-print PDF]
Marwick, A. (2013) "Gender, Sexuality and Social Media." In Senft, T. & Hunsinger, J. (eds), Routledge Handbook of Social Media. New York: Routledge, pp. 59-75. [Pre-print PDF]
Marwick, A. (2013). "Online Identity." In Hartley, J., Burgess, J. & Bruns, A. (eds), Companion to New Media Dynamics. Blackwell Companions to Cultural Studies. Malden, MA: Blackwell, pp. 355-364. [Pre-print PDF]
Marwick, A. and Ellison, N. (2012). "'There Isn't Wifi in Heaven!' Negotiating Visibility on Facebook Memorial Pages." Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 56(3): 378-400. [Pre-print PDF]
Marwick, A. (2012) The Public Domain: Social Surveillance in Everyday Life. Surveillance and Society. [Open Access]
Marwick, A. and boyd, d. (2011). "To See and Be Seen: Celebrity Practice on Twitter." Convergence 17(2): 139 - 158. [PDF]
Marwick, A. and boyd, d. (2011). "I Tweet Honestly, I Tweet Passionately: Twitter Users, Context Collapse, and the Imagined Audience." New Media and Society 13(1): 114-133 [PDF]
Marwick, A. (2010). "There's a Beautiful Girl Under All of This: Performing Hegemonic Femininity in Reality Television." Critical Studies in Media Communication 27(3): 251-266. [PDF]
boyd, d. and Marwick, A. (2009). "The Conundrum of Visibility: Youth Safety and the Internet." Journal of Children and Media 3(4): 410-419. [PDF]
Marwick, A. (2008). "To Catch a Predator? The MySpace Moral Panic." First Monday 13(6). [HTML]
Editorials and Popular Media
Marwick, A. (2015). "Increased Social Support, Even Online, Is Beneficial." The New York Times, March 5.
Marwick, A. (2014). "Data mining our online footprint: valuable insight for them but privacy anxiety for us." StatsLife, the Royal Statistical Society, October 9.
Marwick, A. (2014). "Conform or fail: Social media's broken promise." New Scientist, issue 2968, May 13.
Marwick, A. (2014). "In Defense of Getting Personal on Twitter." Chronicle of Higher Education, April 21.
Marwick, A. (2014). "How Your Data Are Being Deeply Mined." New York Review of Books, January 9.
Marwick, A. (2013). "Memes." Contexts Magazine, 12(4): September 2013.
Marwick, A. (2013). "Donglegate: Why the Tech Community Hates Feminists." Wired, March 29.
Marwick, A. (2013). "The Other Foot." The New Inquiry 20: 31-37, September 12. Covers some of my fashion blogger research.
Marwick, A. & boyd, d. (2012) "Teens Text More Than Adults, But They're Still Just Teens." The Daily Beast, May 20.
Boyd, d. & Marwick, A. (2011). "Bullying as True Drama: Why Cyberbullying Rhetoric Misses the Mark." The New York Times, September 22.
Marwick, A. & boyd, d. (2011). "Tweeting Teens Can Handle Public Life." The Guardian, February 15.
Marwick, A. (2010). "Do You Like Your E-Reader? Six Takes from Academics." The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 13.
Marwick, A. (2009). "There's No Hiding on Facebook." The Guardian, October 5.
Note: These are only presentations for which I've made full papers/presentations available. If you'd like to see the nitty gritty details of everything I've done, download my CV [PDF].
boyd, danah & Marwick, A. (2011). "Social Privacy in Networked Publics: Teens' Attitudes, Practices, and Strategies." Presented at the Privacy Law Scholar's Conference, Berkeley, CA. [PDF]
Marwick, A. (2011). "Conspicuous and Authentic: Fashion Blogs, Style, and Consumption." International Communication Association annual conference, Boston, MA. [PDF]
Marwick, A (2007). "The People's Republic of YouTube? Interrogating Rhetorics of Internet Democracy." Association of Internet Researchers 8.0. Vancouver, Canada. October 2007. Winner, Student Paper award [SSRN]
Marwick, A. (2007). "I Can Make You a (net) Celebrity Overnight: Fan Production and Participatory Culture in Online Reality Shows." Media in Transition, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. May. [SSRN]
Marwick, A. (2005). "I'm More Than Just a Friendster Profile: Identity, Authenticity, and Power in Social Networking Services." Association of Internet Researchers, Chicago, IL. [SSRN]
last updated 4/22/16