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Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne, Redden, Joanna and Trere, Emiliano 2019. Exploring data justice: conceptions, applications and directions. Information, Communication and Society 22 (7) , pp. 873-881.

Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne, Redden, Joanna and Warne, Harry 2018. Data scores as Governance: Investigating uses of citizen scoring in public services project report. [Project Report]. Cardiff University: Open Society Foundations.
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Redden, Joanna 2018. Democratic governance in an age of datafication: lessons from mapping government discourses and practices. Big Data and Society 5 (2) , pp. 1-13. 10.1177/2053951718809145
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Redden, Joanna 2018. The harm that data do. Scientific American 319 (5)
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Redden, Joanna 2017. Six ways (and counting) that big data systems are harming society. The Conversation 2017 (Dec 7)

Redden, Joanna 2017. Digital, political, radical [Book review]. Global Policy 2017 (Sep 22)
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Allan, Stuart and Redden, Joanna 2017. Making citizen science newsworthy in the era of big data. Journal of Science Communication 16 (2) , pp. 1-12.
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Redden, Joanna and Brand, Jessica 2017. Data harm record. [Online]. Data Justice Lab: Data Justice Lab. Available at: https://datajusticelab.org/data-harm-record/
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Redden, Joanna 2015. Social media protest in context: surveillance, information management, and neoliberal governance in Canada. In: Dencik, Lina and Leistert, Oliver eds. Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest: Between Control and Emancipation, Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 127-144.

Elmer, Greg, Redden, Joanna and Langlois, Ganaele, eds. 2015. Compromised data: from social media to big data. London: Bloomsbury.
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Redden, Joanna 2015. Big data as system of knowledge: investigating Canadian governance. In: Elmer, Greg, Langlois, Ganaele and Redden, Joanna eds. Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data, London: Bloomsbury,
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Elmer, Greg, Langlois, Ganaele and Redden, Joanna 2015. Introduction: compromised data. In: Elmer, Greg, Langlois, Ganaele and Redden, Joanna eds. Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data, London: Bloomsbury,

Redden, Joanna 2014. The mediation of poverty: the news, new media, and politics. Rowman and Littlefield.

Redden, Joanna 2012. Poverty in the news: a framing analysis of coverage in Canada and the United Kingdom. In: Loader, Brian and Mercea, Dan eds. Social Media and Democracy: Innovations in Participatory Politics, Routledge Research in Political Communication, London: Routledge, pp. 57-76.

Redden, Joanna 2011. Poverty in the news: a framing analysis of coverage in Canada and the United Kingdom. Information, Communication & Society 16 , pp. 820-849. 10.1080/1369118X.2011.586432

Redden, Joanna and Witschge, Tamara 2010. A new news order? Online news content examined. In: Fenton, Natalie ed. New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in a Digital Age, SAGE Publications, pp. 171-186.

Elmer, Greg, Langlois, Ganaele, Devereaux, Zach, Ryan, Peter Malachy, McKelvey, Fenwick, Redden, Joanna and Curlew, Brady 2009. Blogs I read: partisanship and party loyalty in the Canadian blogosphere. Journal of Information Technology & Politics 6 , pp. 156-165. 10.1080/19331680902832582

Elmer, Greg, Ryan, Peter Malachy, Devereaux, Zach, Langlois, Ganaele, Redden, Joanna and McKelvey, Fenwick 2007. Election bloggers: methods for determining political influence. First Monday 12 (4) , 2 Apr 2007.

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