Media and Politics

Research and Class Material

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Here is material you can download. You can find a complete list of my publications and presentations here: http://www.media-politics.com/cv.htm


Oates, Sarah. May 2017. Mapping Russian Propaganda in a Rewired World: Leveraging the Analytic Power of Strategic Narrative and Computational Linguistics. Paper Delivered at The Consequences for the Internet for Authoritarian Politics: Comparative Perspectives Conference Workshop, International Communication Association Annual Conference, May 2017, San Diego, California. 

http://www.media-politics.com/ica2017.htm

 

Oates, Sarah and Wendy W. Moe. August 2016. Donald Trump and the “Oxygen of Publicity”: Branding, Social Media, and Mass Media in the 2016 Presidential Primary Elections. Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Political Communication Section, Philadelphia, PA.

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/Papers.cfm?abstract_id=2830195

 

Oates, Sarah. 2016. Trump, Media, and the “Oxygen of Publicity.” In Darren Lilleker, Daniel Jackson, Einar Thorsen and Anastasia Veneti (eds.) U.S. Election Analysis 2016: Media, Voters and the Campaign. Bournemouth UK: Bournemouth University Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture & Community: 22-25. ISBN 978-1-910042-10-6. 

http://www.electionanalysis2016.us/us-election-analysis-2016/section-1-media/trump-media-and-the-oxygen-of-publicity/

 

Oates, Sarah. May 2015. The Case for "Liberation Journalism:" Evidence From Russia That the Fourth Estate is Critical to Democracy in the Internet Age. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

http://www.media-politics.com/ICA oates 2015 may 21.docx

 

Oates, Sarah. August 2014. Russian State Narrative in the Digital Age: Rewired Propaganda in Russian Television News Framing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. 

http://www.media-politics.com/Oates APSA 2014 rewired propaganda.docx

 

Oates, Sarah. 2013. Revolution Stalled: The Political Limits of the Internet in the Post-Soviet Sphere. New York: Oxford University Press (Digital Politics Series). ISBN 0199735956. Winner of 2013 Alex Nove Prize in Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies.  

Excerpt: http://goo.gl/HTcDd

Download PDF Chapter 1: http://www.media-politics.com/reilly internet class/chapter 1 from publisher.pdf

 

Oates, Sarah and Tetyana Lokot. June 2013. Twilight of the Gods?: How the Internet Challenged Russian Television News Frames in the Winter Protests of 2011-12. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Annual Conference Dublin, Ireland. 

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2286727


Oates, Sarah. 2008. Introduction to Media and Politics. London: SAGE. ISBN-13 978-1412902625

Download a chapter:http://eprints.gla.ac.uk/25741/ 

 

RECENT MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS

 

Oates, Sarah. May 24, 2017. After Manchester, Brits to keep calm and carry on at ballot box. Invited Politico analysis.

 http://www.politico.eu/article/after-manchester-terror-suicide-bomb-attack-brits-to-keep-calm-and-carry-on-at-ballot-box/

 

Oates, Sarah. January 13, 2017. How Russian ‘kompromat’ destroys political opponents, no facts required. Alleged sex, Kremlin lies and secretly obtained videotapes. Invited Washington Post opinion article (online and in print edition). https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2017/01/13/how-russian-kompromat-destroys-political-opponents-no-facts-required/?utm_term=.8729ef1449f3

RECENT MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS

 

Oates, Sarah. May 24, 2017. After Manchester, Brits to keep calm and carry on at ballot box. Invited Politico analysis.

 http://www.politico.eu/article/after-manchester-terror-suicide-bomb-attack-brits-to-keep-calm-and-carry-on-at-ballot-box/

 

Oates, Sarah. January 13, 2017. How Russian ‘kompromat’ destroys political opponents, no facts required. Alleged sex, Kremlin lies and secretly obtained videotapes. Invited Washington Post opinion article (online and in print edition). https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2017/01/13/how-russian-kompromat-destroys-political-opponents-no-facts-required/?utm_term=.8729ef1449f3