Gangneux, J. (2020). Tactical agency? Young people’s (dis)engagement with WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Convergence. The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies.
Pearson , C., Watson , N., Gangneux, J. and I., Norberg (2020) Transition to where and to what? Exploring the experiences of transitions to adulthood for young disabled people, Journal of Youth Studies
(2019) ‘It is an attitude’: the normalisation of social screening via profile checking on social media, Information, Communication & Society., J.
Gangneux, J. (2019). Rethinking social media for qualitative research: The use of Facebook Activity Logs and Search History in interview settings. The Sociological Review. 67(6): 1249–1264.
Gangneux, J. (2019) Logged in or Locked in? Young Adults’ Negotiations of Social Media Platforms, Journal of Youth Studies. 22(8): 1053–1067.
Gangneux, J and Docherty, S. (2018) At close quarters: combatting Facebook design, features and temporalities in social research, Big Data & Society. July–December: 1–10.
Gangneux, J. (2014). Diverted and Diverting Glances at Cameras: Playful and Tactical Approaches to Surveillance. Surveillance & Society 12(3): 443–447.
Pearson, C. , Watson, N. , Gangneux, J. and Norberg, I. (2020) Transition to where and to what? Transitions for young disabled people and the epistemological fallacy. In: Goodley, D., Runswick-Cole, K. and Liddiard, K. (eds.) Interventions in Disabled Childhood Studies. iHuman Press: Sheffield: 59-64.
Wessels, B., Humphry, J., Gangneux, J., Hanchard, M., Chesher, C., Joss, S., Maalsen, S., Merrington, P., Dowling, R., Goggin, G., Horst, H. (2020). Smart Publics: Public Perceptions of Smart Street Furniture in London and Glasgow: Insights for Policy and Practice. Project Report. The University of Sydney and The University of Glasgow.
Gangneux, J. (2019): Digital citizenship in a datafied society, Information, Communication & Society. 22(14): 2211–2213.
Gangneux, J. (2019) Book Review: Pangrazio, L. 2018. Young People’s Literacies in the Digital Age: Continuities, Conflicts and Contradictions, YOUNG, 28(3), 317–319.