Fenwick Mckelvey
Fenwick Mckelvey
Associate Professor of Communication Studies, Concordia University
Verified email at concordia.ca - Homepage
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Networked Publics: The Double Articulation of Code and Politics on Facebook.
G Langlois, G Elmer, F McKelvey, Z Devereaux
Canadian Journal of Communication 34 (3), 2009
FCJ-095 mapping commercial web 2.0 worlds: Towards a new critical ontogenesis
G Langlois, F McKelvey, G Elmer, K Werbin
The Fibreculture Journal, 2009
The Permanent Campaign: New Media
G Elmer, G Langlois, F McKelvey
New Politics, 2012
Algorithmic media need democratic methods: Why publics matter
FR McKelvey
Canadian Journal of Communication 39 (4), 2014
The Permanent Campaign
G Elmer, G Langlois, F McKelvey
New Media, New, 2012
FCJ-128 A Programmable Platform? Drupal, Modularity, and the Future of the Web
F McKelvey
The Fibreculture Journal, 2011
Computational propaganda in Canada: The use of political bots
F McKelvey, E Dubois
The Computational Propaganda Project, 2017
Internet daemons: Digital communications possessed
F McKelvey
U of Minnesota Press, 2018
Ends and ways: The algorithmic politics of network neutrality
F McKelvey
Global Media Journal 3 (1), 51, 2010
Discoverability: Toward a definition of content discovery through platforms
F McKelvey, R Hunt
Social Media+ Society 5 (1), 2056305118819188, 2019
Election bloggers: Methods for determining political influence
G Elmer, PM Ryan, Z Devereaux, G Langlois, J Redden, F McKelvey
First Monday, 2007
Piracy & Social Change| You Are Not Welcome Among Us: Pirates and the State
JL Beyer, F McKelvey
International Journal of Communication 9, 19, 2015
Porting the political campaign: The NationBuilder platform and the global flows of political technology
F McKelvey, J Piebiak
New Media & Society 20 (3), 901-918, 2018
“Blogs I Read”: Partisanship and Party Loyalty in the Canadian Political Blogosphere
G Elmer, G Langlois, Z Devereaux, PM Ryan, F McKelvey, J Redden, ...
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 6 (2), 156-165, 2009
A consensual hallucination no more? The Internet as simulation machine
F McKelvey, M Tiessen, L Simcoe
European Journal of Cultural Studies 18 (4-5), 577-594, 2015
Bugging out: darknets as parasites of large-scale media objects
R Gehl, F McKelvey
Media, culture & society 41 (2), 219-235, 2019
We like copies, just don’t let the others fool you: the paradox of the Pirate Bay
F McKelvey
Television & New Media 16 (8), 734-750, 2015
Out from the edges: multi-site videoconferencing as a public sphere in First Nations
F McKelvey, S O'Donnell
Journal of Community Informatics 5 (2), 1-16, 2009
Videoconferencing and sustainable development for remote and rural First Nations in Canada
S O'Donnell, B Beaton, F McKelvey
Community Informatics Research Network (CIRN 08), Prato, Italy, 2008
Algorithmic regulation in media and cultural policy: a framework to evaluate barriers to accountability
R Hunt, F McKelvey
Journal of Information Policy 9, 307-335, 2019
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