Bennett, W. L., & Livingston, S. (2018). The disinformation order: Disruptive communication and the decline of democratic institutions. European Journal of Communication, 33(2), 122-139.
Bennett, W. L., & Pfetsch, B. (2018). Rethinking political communication in a time of disrupted public spheres. Journal of Communication, 68(2), 243-253.
Bennett, W. L., Segerberg, A., & Yang, Y. (2018). The Strength of Peripheral Networks: Negotiating Attention and Meaning in Complex Media Ecologies. Journal of Communication, 68(4), 659-684.
Bennett, W. L., Segerberg, A., & Knüpfer, C. B. (2018). The democratic interface: Technology, political organization, and diverging patterns of electoral representation. Information, Communication & Society, 21(11), 1655-1680.
Powers, M. (2018). NGOs as Newsmakers: The Changing Landscape of International News. Columbia University Press.
Bennett, W. L., Borning, A., & Wulf, V. (2017, June). Solutions for Economics, Environment and Democracy (SEED). In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Communities and Technologies (pp. 329-330). ACM.
Bennett, W. L., & Borning, A. (2017, June). Three Challenges for Politics and Technology Development: Organizational Complexity, Virtuality, and Design Values. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Communities and Technologies (pp. 1-1). ACM.
Bennett, W. L., Borning, A., & Gruen, D. (2017). Solutions for environment, economy, and democracy (SEED): a manifesto for prosperity. interactions, 25(1), 74-76.
Russell, A. (2017). Journalism as activism: Recoding media power. John Wiley & Sons.
Russell, A. (2017). Affective publics: sentiment, technology and politics.
Powers, M. (2016). The new boots on the ground: NGOs in the changing landscape of international news. Journalism, 17(4), 401-416.
Powers, M. (2016). A new era of human rights news? Contrasting two paradigms of human rights news-making. Journal of Human Rights, 15(3), 314-329.
Bennett, W. L. (2015). Changing societies, changing media systems: Challenges for communication theory, research and education. In Can the Media Serve Democracy? (pp. 151-163). Palgrave Macmillan, London.
Agarwal, S. D., Barthel, M. L., Rost, C., Borning, A., Bennett, W. L., & Johnson, C. N. (2014). Grassroots organizing in the digital age: considering values and technology in Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street. Information, Communication & Society, (ahead-of-print), 1-16.
Bennett, W. L., Segerberg, A., & Walker, S. (2014). Organization in the crowd: peer production in large-scale networked protests. Information, Communication & Society, 17(2), 232-260.
Russell, A. (2013). Innovation in hybrid spaces: 2011 UN Climate Summit and the expanding journalism landscape. Journalism, 14(7), 904-920.
Agarwal, S. D., Johnson, C. N., Bennett, W. L., & Borning, A. (2013). Grassroots Organizing in the Digital Age: Considering Values and Technology Decision-making in Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street. Selected Papers of Internet Research, 3.
Agarwal, S. D., & Barthel, M. L. (2013). The friendly barbarians: Professional norms and work routines of online journalists in the United States. Journalism, 1464884913511565.
Bennett, W. L., & Segerberg, A. (2013). The logic of connective action: Digital media and the personalization of contentious politics. Cambridge University Press.
Bennett, W. L. & Segerberg, A. (2013). “The Logic of Connective Action: Digital Media and the Personalization of Contentious Politics.” (with Alexandra Segerberg). Chinese translation published in Communication & Society. 「連結性行動」的邏輯 數字媒體和個人化的抗爭性政治 蘭斯．班尼特、亞歷山卓．塞格柏格 史安斌、楊雲康 譯 Vol. 26, 211-246. Accompanying interview with the editors on “News, Politics, Social Movements and Digital Media,” 1-33.
Frank, E., Howard, P. H., & Joyce, M. (2013). “Digital Activism and Non-Violent Conflict,” Digital Activism Research Project, 2013. 23 pp. Seattle, University of Washington. [POLICY PAPER]
Freelon, D., Wells, C., & Bennett, W. L. (2013). Participation in the Youth Civic Web: Assessing User Activity Levels in Web sites Presenting Two Civic Styles. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 10(3), 293-309.
Gilmore, J. & Howard, P. N. (2013). “Does Social Media Make a Difference in Political Campaigns? Digital Dividends in Brazil’s 2010 National Elections.” Center for Communication and Civic Engagement, Working Paper 2. Seattle: University of Washington, 2013. [WORKING PAPER]
Howard, P. N., & Hussain, M. M. (2013). Democracy’s Fourth Wave?: Digital Media and the Arab Spring. Oxford University Press.
Hussain, M. M., & Howard, P. N. (2013). What best explains successful protest cascades? ICTs and the fuzzy causes of the Arab Spring. International Studies Review, 15(1), 48-66.
Hussain, M. M. & Howard, P. N. (2013). State Power 2.0. Ashgate.
Pfetsch, B., Adam, S., & Bennett, W. L. (2013). The Critical Linkage Between Online and Offline Media an Approach to Researching the Conditions of Issue Spill-Over. JAVNOST-THE PUBLIC, 20(3), 9-22.
Russell, A., Tegelberg, M., Yagodin, D., Kumpu, V., & Rhaman, M. (2012). Digital networks and shifting climate news agendas and practices. Media Meets Climate. The Global Challenge for Journalism. Göteborg: Nordicom, 195-217.
Ytterstad, A., & Russell, A. (2012). Pessimism of the intellect and optimism of the will: A Gramscian analysis of climate justice in summit coverage. Media meets climate: The global challenge for journalism, 247-262.
Bennett, L. & Segerberg, A. (2012) “The Logic of Connective Action.” Information, Communication & Society. 15 (5): 739- 768.
Bennett, W. L. (2012). The personalization of politics political identity, social media, and changing patterns of participation. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 644(1), 20-39.
Freelon, D. G., Kriplean, T., Morgan, J., Bennett, W. L., & Borning, A. (2012). Facilitating diverse political engagement with the living voters guide. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 9(3), 279-297.
Hussain, M. M., & Howard, P. N. (2012). “Opening Closed Regimes: Civil Society, Information Infrastructure, and Political Islam.” In: E. Anduiza, M. Jensen, & L. Jorba (Eds.), Comparing Digital Politics: Civic Engagement and Political Participation. Cambridge University Press.
Kriplean, T., Morgan, J., Freelon, D., Borning, A., & Bennett, L. (2012, February). Supporting reflective public thought with considerit. In Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on
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Bennett, W. L., Foot, K., & Xenos, M. (2011). Narratives and network organization: A comparison of fair trade systems in two nations. Journal of Communication, 61(2), 219-245.
Bennett, W. L., Wells, C., & Freelon, D. (2011). Communicating civic engagement: contrasting models of citizenship in the youth web sphere. Journal of Communication, 61(5), 835-856.
De Graaf & Batker (2011). What’s the Economy For, Anyway?: Why It’s Time to Stop Chasing Growth and Start Pursuing Happiness. New York, NY: Bloomsbury.
Howard, P. (2011). Castells and The Media: Theory & Media. Malden, MA: Polity Press.
Howard, P. N., Agarwal, S. D., & Hussain, M. M. (2011). When do states disconnect their digital networks? Regime responses to the political uses of social media. The Communication Review, 14(3), 216-232.
Howard, P. N., & Hussain, M. M. (2011). “The Role of Digital Media.” Journal of Democracy, The Upheavals in Egypt and Tunisia, 22(3), 35-48.
Nahon, K., Hemsley, J., Walker, S., & Hussain, M. (2011). Fifteen minutes of fame: The power of blogs in the lifecycle of viral political information. Policy & Internet, 3(1), 1-28.
Howard, P. (2010). The Digital Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy: Information Technology and Political Islam. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.