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Blogs

Halavais, A. (2016). The blogophere and its problems: Web 2.0 undermining civic webspaces. First Monday, 21(6), a. 11. [Open Access Link]

Halavais, A. (2012). Blogging as a Free Frame of Reference. In A. Delwiche & J. Jacobs Henderson (Eds.), The participatory cultures handbook (pp. 109-119). London: Routledge.

Cheong, P. H., Halavais, A. & Kwon, K. H. (2008). The chronicles of me: Understanding blogging as a religious practice. Journal of Media and Religion, 7.

Lin, J., Halavais, A. & Zhang, B. (2007). The blog network in America: Blogs as indicators of relationships among US cities. Connections, 27(2), 15-23.

Lin, J. & Halavais, A. (2006). Geographical distribution of weblogs in the United States. Webology, 3(4).

Halavais, A. (2006). Scholarly blogging: Moving toward the visible college. In A. Bruns & J. Jacobs (Eds.), Uses of blogs (pp. 117-126). New York: Peter Lang.

Halavais, A. (2006). Blogs and the “social weather.” In D. Satish & K. Rajesh Prabhakar (Eds.), Blogs: Emerging communication media. Hyderabad: The ICFAI University Press.

Halavais, A. & Lin, J. (2004). Mapping the blogosphere in America, Blogging Ecosystem Workshop, Thirteenth International World Wide Web Conference, New York, May.

Networked Knowledge & Search

Halavais, A. (forthcoming). How search shaped and was shaped by the web. In N. Brügger, I. Milligan & M. Ankerson (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of web history. London: SAGE.

Halavais, A. (2017). Search engine society, 2nd ed. Cambridge: Polity Press. First edition published in Japanese by Seidosha Press (trans. A. Tabata, 2010), and in Polish by Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN (trans. T. PÅ‚udowski, 2012). Reviewed by S. Barnes for Mass Communication and Society, by M. Zimmer for New Media & Society, and by M. Dick for Global Media Journal. [Purchase at Amazon]

Halavais, A. (2015). Social search. In P.H. Ang and R. Mansfield (Eds.), International encyclopedia of digital communications and society. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley.

Halavais, A. (2015). Bigger sociological imaginations: Framing big social data theory and methods. Information, Communication, & Society, 18(5), 583-594.

Halavais, A. (2013). Home made big data‽ Challenges and opportunities for participatory social research. First Monday, 18(10), a. 7.

Halavais, A. (2013). Search and networked attention. In J. Hartley, J. Burgess, & A. Bruns (Eds.), A companion to new media dynamics (pp. 249-260). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Halavais, A. (2013). Structure of Twitter: Social and technical. In K. Weller, A. Bruns, J. Burgess, & M. Mahrt (Eds.), Twitter and society (pp. 29-42). New York: Peter Lang. [Open Access PDF]

Halavais, A. (2011). Open up online research. Nature, 480(8 December), 174-175. [Open Access Text Preprint]

Halavais, A. (2011). Para achar agulha no palheiro (To find a needle in a haystack). In S. Fragoso (Ed. and Trans.), Métodos de pesquisa para internet (Internet research methods; pp. 11-16). Porto Alegre: Editora Sulina.

Halavais, A. (2009). Do dugg diggers Digg diligently? Feedback as motivation in collaborative moderation systems. Information, Communication, and Society, 12(3), pp. 444-459. [PDF Preprint]

Halavais, A. & Lackaff, D. (2008). An analysis of topical coverage of Wikipedia. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13(2), 429-440.

Halavais, A. (2008). The hyperlink as organizing principle. In J. Turow & L. Tsui (Eds.), The hyperlinked society: Questioning connections in the digital age (pp. 39-55). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Online Learning / Badges

Halavais, A. (2016). Computer-supported collaborative learning. In K. Bruhn Jensen and R. T. Craig (Eds.), International encyclopedia of communication theory and philosophy. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley.

Kwon, K. H., Halavais, A. & Havener, S. (2015). Tweeting badges: User motivations for displaying achievement in publicly networked environments. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 18(2), 93-100.

Halavais, A. (2014). The Calibans at night. In E. Finn (Ed.), Knowledge systems, Future of the book, vol. 2 (pp. 7-12). Tempe: Arizona State University.

Halavais, A., Kwon, K.H., Havener, S. & Striker, J. (2014). Badges of friendship: Social influence and badge acquisition on Stack Overflow,” Proceedings of the 47th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences. [Open Access PDF]

Halavais, A. (2013). Teaching and learning with social media. In T. Senft & J. Hunsinger, Routledge handbook of social media (pp. 93-106). London: Routledge.

Halavais, A. (2012). A genealogy of badges: Inherited meaning and monstrous moral hybrids. Information, Communication, and Society, 15(3), 354-373. [Open Access Text Preprint]

Halavais, A. (2011). Blogging course texts: Enhancing our traditional use of textual materials. In T. Scholz, Learning through digital media: Experiments in technology and pedagogy (pp. 17-26). New York: Institute for Distributed Creativity.

Halavais, A. (2006). Weblogs and collaborative web publishing as learning spaces. In J. Weiss, J. Nolan, J. Hunsinger, & P. Trifonas (Eds.), International handbook of virtual learning environments (v. 4, pp. 1215-1235). Amsterdam: Springer.

Online Political Behavior

Halavais, A. & Garrido, M. (2014). Twitter as the people’s microphone: Emergence of authorities during protest tweeting. In M. McCaughey (Ed.), Cyberactivism on the participatory web (pp. 117-139). London: Routledge.

Halavais, A. (2013). And who Is Demosthenes? In. D. E. Wittkower & L. Rush (Eds.), Ender’s Game and philosophy (pp. 125-132). Chicago: Open Court.

M. Garrido & Halavais, A. (2003). Mapping networks of support for the Zapatista movement. In M. McCaughey & M. D. Ayers (Eds.), Cyberactivism: Online activism in theory and practice (pp. 165-184). London: Routledge. [Open Access PDF Draft]

Halavais, A. (2000). National borders on the world wide web. New Media & Society, 2(1), 7-28. [Open Access PDF Preprint]

Online Cultures

Halavais, A. (2010). The evolution of US white nationalism on the web. In N. Brügger (Ed.), Web history (pp. 83-104). New York: Peter Lang.

Halavais, A. (Ed., 2005). Cyberporn & society. Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt Publishing. [Introduction to the Book] [Purchase Used at Amazon]

News Agenda

Spratt, M. Bullock, C. F., Baldasty, G., Clark, F., Halavais, A., McCluskey, M. & Schrenk, S. (2007). News, race, and the status quo: The case of Emmett Louis Till. Howard Journal of Communications, 18(2), 169-162.

Halavais, A. (2007). Convergence of newspaper coverage of US presidential elections: 1992-2000. In P. Napoli (Ed.), Media diversity and localism: Meaning and metrics (pp. 97-112). Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Book Reviews/Essays

Halavais, A. (2017). Book review: Social media and everyday politics. Cultural Sociology, 11(3), 381-382.

Halavais, A. (2017). Book review: The age of sharing. Internet Histories, 1(3), 283-284.

Halavais, A. (2014). Book review: Networked: The new social operating system. New Media & Society, 16(7), 1185-1187.

Halavais, A. (2013). Book review: Planned obsolescence: Publishing, technology, and the future of the academy. New Media & Society, 15(2), 334-336.

Halavais, A. (2013). Everyday hacking, Book review: Coding freedom: The ethics and aesthetics of hacking. Mobilizing Ideas, September.

Halavais, A. (2006). Book review: Understanding and communicating social informatics. The Serials Librarian, 51(3/4).

Halavais, A. (2005). Book review: net.seXXX. New Media & Society, 7(5).

Halavais, A. (2001). Book review: The robot in the garden. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 52(7).

Halavais, A. (2000). Review essay of Virtual geographies and Imagining the modern city. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 18(6).

Halavais, A. (2002). Do-it-yourself journalism. The web as news after September 11. Washington, Pew Internet and American Life Project.

Other (Published & Unpublished) Stuff

Halavais, A. (2010). Related organizations: Association of Internet Researchers. ACM SIGCAS Computers and Society, 40(2), 9-10.

Halavais, A. (2005). Social informatics: Beyond emergence. Bulletin of American Society for Information Science and Technology, 31(5).

Halavais, A. (2005). Small pornographies, ACM SIGGROUP Bulletin, 25(2), 19-22.

Halavais, A. (2004). Where is Social Informatics? ACM SIGCAS Computers and Society, 34(1).

Halavais, A. (2001). The Slashdot Effect: Analysis of a Large-Scale Public Conversation on the World Wide Web. Dissertation, University of Washington.

Halavais, A. (1998). Measuring National Borders on the World Wide Web. MA Thesis, University of Washington. [Open Access PDF]

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