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Publications

Hobbs, M., and S. Owen. 2016. ‘Stifling dissent: The Murdoch press and its campaigns against its ‘critics”, Communication Research and Practice, 2(2). [Forthcoming]

Owen, S. 2014. ‘ Framing Narratives of Social Media, Risk, and Youth Transitions: Government of ‘not yet’ citizens of technologically advanced nations, Global Studies of Childhood, 4(3): 235-246.

Imre, R., and S. Owen. 2014. ‘Twitter-ized Revolution: Extending the Governance Empire’, in S. Bebawi and D. Bossio (eds), Social Media and the Politics of Reportage: The Arab Spring, Sydney, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.120-134.

Imre RJ, Owen S. 2014. ‘A közösségi média és az alanyiság: A kormányzás információtechnológiai birodalma’. In Politikai kommunikáció-kutatások a közösségi média korában. Editors: Merkovity N. 243-262. [English title: ‘Social Media and Subjectivity: The Info-Tech Empire of Governance’]

Imre RJ, Owen S. 2014. ‘Hírszerzési kudarcok? A hírszerzés politikája’. In Politikai kommunikáció-kutatások a közösségi média korában. Editors: Merkovity N. 121-140. [English title: ‘Intelligence Failures? The Politics of Intelligence’]

Westcott, H., and S. Owen. 2013. ‘Friendship and trust in the social surveillance network’, Surveillance & Society, 11(3): 311-323.

Owen, S., and R. Imre. 2013. ‘Little mermaids and pro-sumers: the dilemma of authenticity and surveillance in hybrid public spaces’, International Communication Gazette, 75(5-6): 470-483.

Jose, J., A. Convery, K. McLoughlin, and S. Owen. 2011. ‘Reproducing Political Subjects: Feminist Scholarship and the Political Science Curriculum’, Australian Journal Of Political Science, (46)3: 535-49.

Owen, S. 2011. ‘Researching Subjectification and Surveillance in Social Network Sites’, Refereed paper presented to the Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference. 26-28 September. Old Parliament House, Canberra, ACT.

Owen, S. 2010. ‘Book review: Re-theorizing discipline in education: Problems, politics & possibilities’, Issues in Educational Research, 20(3): 314-315.

Conference presentations

Owen, S., and Bridges, S. 2015. ‘Constructing Grievance: Unburdening the State? Or Anti-Democracy in Action?’, Paper presented to the Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference. 28-30 September. University of Canberra, Bruce, ACT.

Owen, S. 2014. ‘Facebook as a Technology of the Self: Harnessing the Social-Surveillance Architecture of Visibility to Master the Corporeal Body’, Paper presented to the Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference. 28 September – 1 October. University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW.

Owen, S. 2014. ‘What’s the #hashtag? Co-opting and Controlling the Dissenting Message via User-Generated Content in Social Network Sites’, Paper presented to Re-Occupying The Political symposium. 26 September. University of Newcastle, Newcastle, NSW.

Owen, S. 2013. ‘Framing narratives of social media, risk, and youth transitions’, Paper presented to The cultural politics of ‘childhood’ and ‘nation’: space, mobility and a global world symposium. 28 November. University of Newcastle, Newcastle, NSW.

Owen, S. 2013. ‘Researching the political construction of the self on Facebook: inventing an appropriate methodology’, Paper presented to the Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference. 30 September – 2 October. Murdoch University, Perth, WA.

Owen, S. 2012. ‘Subjectification, Surveillance, and Social Network Sites: The Facebook Subject and Power’. Paper presented at the Surveillance and/in Everyday Life Conference. 20-21 February. University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW.

Owen, S. 2012. ‘Construction of the self in social network sites: a work in progress report’, Paper presented to the Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference. 24-26 September. Hobart Function & Conference Centre, Hobart, TAS.

Owen, S. 2011. ‘*****ophobia: click to dislike’. Paper presented at Religion and Global Civil Society: Communicating Themes and Perspectives conference. 4-5 July. University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus.

Jose, J., Convery, A., McLoughlin, K., & Owen, S. 2011. ‘Hidden in plain sight: Feminist political theory and the political science curriculum’. Paper presented at Women’s Advancement in Australian Political Science Workshop. 29 September. Australian National University, Canberra, ACT.

Owen, S. 2011. ‘Subjectification and Surveillance in Social Network Sites’. Paper presented to the Knowledge/Culture/Social Change Conference. 5 November. Centre For Cultural Research, University of Western Sydney, NSW.

Owen, S. 2011. ‘Social Network Sites, Surveillance, Subjectification: Researching Power in Facebook’. Paper presented at The Australian Sociological Association Conference. 28 Nov – 1 Dec. City Hall, Newcastle, NSW.

Owen, S. 2010. ‘The Revolution Will (Not) Be Twitterised’. Paper presented to the Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference. 27-29 September. University of Melbourne, VIC.

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