Some of our most recent publications on questions of data justice:
Dencik, L., Hintz, A. and Carey, Z. (2017) Prediction, pre-emption and limits to dissent: Social media and big data uses for policing protests in the United Kingdom. New Media & Society.
Hintz, A., Dencik, L. and Wahl-Jorgensen, K. (2017) Digital Citizenship and Surveillance. Introduction to a Special Section of the International Journal of Communication. International Journal of Communication 11(2017): 731-739.
Dencik, L., Hintz, A. and Cable, J. (2016) Towards Data Justice? The ambiguity of anti-surveillance resistance in political activism. Big Data & Society. July-December: 1-12.
Langlois, G., Redden, J. and Elmer, G. (eds.) (2015) Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data, New York: Bloomsbury.
Dencik, L., Hintz, A., Carey, Z. and Pandya, H. (2015) Managing ‘Threats’: Uses of Social Media for Policing Domestic Extremism and Disorder in the UK. Research Report. Cardiff University.
Dencik, L. & Leistert, O. (eds.) (2015), Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest: Between Control and Emancipation. London: Rowman & Littlefield International
Dencik, L. & Wilkin, P. (2015), Worker Resistance and Media: Challenging Global Corporate Power in the 21st Century. New York: Peter Lang
Redden, J. (2014) The Mediation of Poverty: The News, New Media, and Politics, Lanham Md: Lexington Books.
Brevini, B., Hintz. A., and McCurdy, P. (eds.) (2013) Beyond WikiLeaks: Implications for the Future of Communications, Journalism and Society. Basingstoke: Palgrave.