Gangneux, J., and Joss, S. Crisis as a driver of digital transformation: Scottish local governments’ data response to COVID-19. Data & Policy. 4, E26. doi:10.1017/dap.2022.18

Gangneux, J., Joss, S., Humphry, J., Hanchard, M., Chesher, C., Maalsen, S., Merrington, P., and Wessels, B., (2022) Situated, yet silent: data relations in smart street furniture. Journal of Urban Technology. DOI: 10.1080/10630732.2022.2036311

Gangneux, J. (2021). Tactical agency? Young people’s (dis)engagement with WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Convergence, 27(2), 458–471.DOI: 10.1177/1354856520918987

Gangneux, J. (2021) ‘It is an attitude’: the normalisation of social screening via profile checking on social media, Information, Communication & Society, 24:7, 994-1008, DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2019.1668460

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.DOI: 10.1080/13676261.2020.1820972

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. DOI :10.1177/0038026119859742

Gangneux, J. (2019) Logged in or Locked in? Young Adults’ Negotiations of Social Media Platforms, Journal of Youth Studies. 22(8): 1053–1067. DOI: 10.1080/13676261.2018.1562539

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. DOI: 10.1177/2053951718802316

Gangneux, J. (2014). Diverted and Diverting Glances at Cameras: Playful and Tactical Approaches to Surveillance. Surveillance & Society 12(3): 443–447. DOI: 10.24908/ss.v12i3.4959

Research Reports

Gangneux, J. and Joss, S. (2021). Scottish Local Government during COVID-19: Data Needs, Capabilities, and Uses. Glasgow: University of Glasgow. ISBN: 978-0-85261-975-9.

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.

Books Chapters

Humphry, J., Maalsen, S., Gangneux, J., Chesher, C., Hanchard, M, Joss, S., Merrington, P., and Wessels, B. ‘The Design and Public Imaginaries of Smart Street Furniture’  In Flynn, S. (Eds.), Equality in the City: Imaginaries of the Smart Future, (pp. 127-148). Bristol, UK; Chicago, U.S.A: Intellect.

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.

Book Reviews

Gangneux, J. (2019): Digital citizenship in a datafied society, Information, Communication & Society. 22(14): 2211–2213. DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2019.1635186

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. DOI: 10.1177/1103308819833505

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