These are the publications produced by department faculty, students and associates. Check faculty biographies to view a particular person's records. Academic journals edited by OII faculty include: Policy & Internet (Helen Margetts, Vili Lehdonvirta); Information, Communication & Society (William Dutton); Philosophy & Technology (Luciano Floridi); and Learning, Media and Technology (Rebecca Eynon).
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- Burchell B.J and Wood A.J (forthcoming) Unemployment in the 21st century. In Lewis A (forthcoming) Cambridge Handbook of Economics and Psychology 2nd Edition. Cambridge University Press.
- Cobo Romaní, C. (2013) Exploration of open educational resources in non-English speaking communities. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 14 (2) 106-128.
- Deetjen, U. and J.A. Powell (2015). Informational and Emotional Elements in Online Support Groups: A Bayesian Approach to Large-scale Content Analysis. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (forthcoming)
- Dutton, W.H. (forthcoming) The Fifth Estate: Democratic Social Accountability through the Emerging Network of Networks. In: P.G.Nixon et al. (eds) Challenges to E-Government in Europe.
- Garcia-Gavilanes, R., Tsvetkova, M., and Yasseri, T. Quantifying collective memory with online data.
- Hjorth, I. (2014) Networked Cultural Production: Filmmaking in the Wreckamovie Community. PhD thesis. Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK.
- Tsvetkova, M. and Sumpter, D. Classroom seating neighbors and academic achievement.
- Tsvetkova, M. Yasseri, T., Pickering, B., Engen, V., Meyer, E., Lüders, M., Følstad, A., and Bravos, G. A cross-disciplinary survey on human-machine networks: Design and implications.
- Tsvetkova, M., Garcia-Gavilanes, R., and Yasseri, T. The dynamics of disagreement: A large-scale analysis of the Wikipedia revert network.
- Tsvetkova, M., Nilsson, O., Öhman, C., Sumpter, L., and Sumpter, D. An experimental study of segregation mechanisms.
- Ventresca, M. and Nyberg, R. (forthcoming) How Journalists Report on Innovation: Models of Innovation among Working UK Journalists.
- Ventresca, M. and Nyberg, R. (forthcoming) Writing Innovations: Six Perspectives regarding Journalism on Innovations.
- Wood A.J (2015) Networks of injustice and worker mobilisation at Walmart. Industrial Relations Journal 46(4): 259–274. DOI: 10.1111/irj.12103
- Wood A.J (forthcoming) Flexible Scheduling, the degradation of job quality and barriers to collective voice. As of October 2015 minor revisions before resubmission to Human Relations.
- Wood A.J and Burchell BJ (forthcoming) Flexible Scheduling as a Source of Insecurity. Working paper based upon the report above published for the UK Government Department of Business Innovation and Skills Consultation on Zero Hour Contracts.
- Edwards, L. and Brown, I. (2016) Online Privacy and the Law: A European Perspective. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
- González-Bailón, S., and Wang, N. (2016) Networked discontent: The anatomy of protest campaigns in social media. Social Networks 44: 95-104.
- Graham, M. and De Sabbata, S. (2016) Mapping Information Wealth and Poverty: The Geography of Gazetteers. Environment and Planning A.
- A. Cooper and I. Brown (2015) Net Neutrality: Discrimination, Competition, and Innovation in the UK and US, ACM Transactions on Internet Technology, 15(1): 2-21, doi: 10.1145/2700057
- Brown, I. (2015) The feasibility of transatlantic privacy-protective standards for surveillance. International Journal of Law and Information Technology vol.23 (1): 23-40.
- C. Papoutsi and I. Brown (2015) Privacy as Articulation Work in HIV Health Services, Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing pp339-348
- Caldas, A. (2015) Science and Time. Policy and Strategy for International Partnerships, Scholar's Press, Germany, June 2015.
- De Sabbata, S., Çöltekin, A., Eccles, K., Hale, S. and Straumann, R.K. (2015) Collaborative Visualizations for Wikipedia Critique and Activism. Proceedings of ICWSM. AAAI.
- Deetjen, U. (2015) Internet use and health: using secondary data for spatial microsimulation. Quantitative research methods series, Oxford, 8 June 2015.
- Deetjen, U. (2015). How the Latest Academic Research is Informing Digital Health. Presentation at Digital Leaders Research Salon on Digital Health, London, 8 October 2015.