Filippo Trevisan
Filippo Trevisan
Associate Professor, School of Communication, American University
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Disability activism in the new media ecology: Campaigning strategies in the digital era
C Pearson, F Trevisan
Disability & society 30 (6), 924-940, 2015
Disability Rights Advocacy Online: Voice, Empowerment and Global Connectivity
F Trevisan
Taylor & Francis, 2016
E-cigarettes, a safer alternative for teenagers? A UK focus group study of teenagers' views
S Hilton, H Weishaar, H Sweeting, F Trevisan, SV Katikireddi
BMJ open 6 (11), e013271, 2016
Ethical dilemmas in researching sensitive issues online: lessons from the study of British disability dissent networks
F Trevisan, P Reilly
Information, Communication & Society 17 (9), 1131-1146, 2014
Researching protest on Facebook: developing an ethical stance for the study of Northern Irish flag protest pages
P Reilly, F Trevisan
Information, Communication & Society 19 (3), 419-435, 2016
The Google voter: Search engines and elections in the new media ecology
F Trevisan, A Hoskins, S Oates, D Mahlouly
Information, Communication & Society 21 (1), 111-128, 2018
Open science, closed doors? Countering marginalization through an agenda for ethical, inclusive research in communication
J Fox, KE Pearce, AL Massanari, JM Riles, Ł Szulc, YS Ranjit, F Trevisan, ...
Journal of Communication 71 (5), 764-784, 2021
Crowd-sourced advocacy: Promoting disability rights through online storytelling
F Trevisan
Public relations inquiry 6 (2), 191-208, 2017
“Do You Want to Be a Well-Informed Citizen, or Do You Want to Be Sane?” Social Media, Disability, Mental Health, and Political Marginality
F Trevisan
Social Media+ Society 6 (1), 2056305120913909, 2020
Search engines: From social science objects to academic inquiry tools
F Trevisan
First Monday 19 (11), 2014
‘Maybe they should regulate them quite strictly until they know the true dangers’: a focus group study exploring UK adolescents’ views on e‐cigarette regulation
H Weishaar, F Trevisan, S Hilton
Addiction 111 (9), 1637-1645, 2016
Making focus groups accessible and inclusive for people with communication disabilities: a research note
F Trevisan
Qualitative Research 21 (4), 619-627, 2021
Mobilizing personal narratives: The rise of digital “story banking” in US grassroots advocacy
F Trevisan, B Bello, M Vaughan, A Vromen
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 17 (2), 146-160, 2020
Connective action mechanisms in a time of political turmoil: virtual disability rights protest at Donald Trump’s inauguration
F Trevisan
Australian Journal of Political Science 53 (1), 103-115, 2018
Disabled people, digital campaigns and contentious politics: Upload successful or connection failed?
F Trevisan
The Media, Political Participation and Empowerment, 175-191, 2013
Scottish disability ogranizations and online media: A path to empowerment or" business or usual"?
F Trevisan
American University, 2014
Towards a social justice disposition in communication and sport scholarship
D Jackson, F Trevisan, E Pullen, M Silk
Communication & Sport 8 (4-5), 435-451, 2020
Using the Internet to mobilize marginalized groups: People with disabilities and digital campaign strategies in the 2016 US presidential election
F Trevisan
American University, 2019
ICTs for Empowerment?: Disability Organizations and the Democratizing Potential of Web 2.0 in Scotland
F Trevisan
E-Governance and civic engagement: Factors and determinants of e-democracy …, 2012
Technology and accessibility in global governance and human rights: the experience of disability rights advocates
F Trevisan, DL Cogburn
Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 18 (3), 377-391, 2020
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