Jessica Baldwin-Philippi
Jessica Baldwin-Philippi
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Civic engagement, pedagogy, and information technology on web sites for youth
C Bachen, C Raphael, KM Lynn, K McKee, J Philippi
Political communication 25 (3), 290-310, 2008
1482008
Games for civic learning: A conceptual framework and agenda for research and design
C Raphael, C Bachen, KM Lynn, J Baldwin-Philippi, KA McKee
Games and culture 5 (2), 199-235, 2010
1432010
Playful civic learning: Enabling lateral trust and reflection in game-based public participation
E Gordon, J Baldwin-Philippi
International Journal of Communication 8, 28, 2014
1182014
Why we engage: How theories of human behavior contribute to our understanding of civic engagement in a digital era
E Gordon, J Baldwin-Philippi, M Balestra
Berkman Center Research Publication, 2013
722013
The myths of data-driven campaigning
J Baldwin-Philippi
Political Communication 34 (4), 627-633, 2017
682017
Using technology, building democracy: Digital campaigning and the construction of citizenship
J Baldwin-Philippi
Oxford University Press, 2015
592015
Uncharted territoriality in coproduction: The motivations for 311 reporting
DT O’Brien, D Offenhuber, J Baldwin-Philippi, M Sands, E Gordon
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 27 (2), 320-335, 2017
432017
The technological performance of populism
J Baldwin-Philippi
New media & society 21 (2), 376-397, 2019
342019
Caring about the community, counteracting disorder: 311 reports of public issues as expressions of territoriality
DT O'Brien, E Gordon, J Baldwin
Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 320-330, 2014
292014
Data campaigning: Between empirics and assumptions
J Baldwin-Philippi
Internet Policy Review 8 (4), 1-18, 2019
192019
Portrayals of information and communication technology on World Wide Web sites for girls
C Raphael, C Bachen, KM Lynn, J Baldwin-Philippi, KA McKee
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 11 (3), 771-801, 2006
182006
Making a habit out of engagement: how the culture of open data is reframing civic life
E Gordon, J Baldwin-Philippi
Beyond transparency: open data and the future of civic innovation, 139-149, 2013
112013
The cult (ure) of analytics in 2014
J Baldwin-Philippi
Communication and Midterm Elections, 25-42, 2016
102016
Civic Learning Through Civic Gaming: Community PlanIt and the development of trust and reflective participation
E Gordon, J Baldwin-Philippi
International Journal of Communication 8, 759-786, 2014
102014
Playful civic learning: Enabling reflection and lateral trust in game-based public participation
J Baldwin-Philippi, E Gordon
International Journal of Communication 8, 759-786, 2014
82014
Politics 2.0: Social Media Campaining
J Baldwin-Philippi
The SAGE Handbook of Social Media, 527-245, 2018
72018
Using Technology, Building Democracy: How Political Campaigns' Uses of Digital Media Reflect Shifting Norms of Citizenship
J Baldwin-Philippi
Northwestern University, 2012
72012
Bringing science and technology studies to bear on communication studies research
J Baldwin-Philippi
Centre for the Study of Communication and Culture, 2011
62011
Data ops, objectivity, and outsiders: journalistic coverage of data campaigning
J Baldwin-Philippi
Political Communication 37 (4), 468-487, 2020
52020
Constructing skeptical citizens: How campaign microsites foster new ways of engaging political information and understanding citizenship
J Baldwin-Philippi
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10 (3), 245-260, 2013
52013
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