David Gauntlett
 

 

COMPLETE LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Books (in reverse date order)

 
Articles, reports and book chapters

[Single-authored by David Gauntlett unless otherwise stated].
[This list does not include lectures, talks & presentations].

  • 'Creativity and digital innovation', in Youngs, Gillian, ed., Digital World: Connectivity, Creativity and Rights, London: Routledge. [Published July 2013; information].
     
  • Awan, Fatimah, & Gauntlett, David (2013), 'Young People’s Uses and Understandings of Online Social Networks in Their Everyday Lives', Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research, May 2013, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 111-132. DOI: 10.1177/1103308813477463. [Abstract].
     
  • 'Academia–industry collaboration and innovation: Three case studies, and eight principles, for fostering user creativity on digital platforms' (2013), [submitted to journal; not yet published].
     
  • 'Enabling and constraining creativity and collaboration: Some reflections after Adventure Rock' (2013), in Thornham, Helen & Popple, Simon, eds, Content Cultures: Transformations of User Generated Content in Public Service Broadcasting, London: I.B.Tauris.
     
  • 'Foreword' (2013) to Lindgren, Simon, New Noise: A Cultural Sociology of Digital Disruption, New York: Peter Lang.
     
  • Gauntlett, David; Ackermann, Edith; Whitebread, David; Wolbers, Thomas; Weckstrom, Cecilia, and Stjerne Thomsen, Bo (2012), The Future of Learning, Billund: LEGO Learning Institute.
     
  • 'Towards "publish, then filter" for academic research', LSE Impact of the Social Sciences blog, London: London School of Economics, 10 July 2012.
     
  • 'A tale of two books: An experiment in cutting out the middlepeople with Kindle self-publishing', LSE Impact of the Social Sciences blog, London: London School of Economics, 28 May 2012.
     
  • Several blog posts from our AHRC-funded Digital Transformations project, including:
  • 'Good and bad times for making and thinking' (2011), in Networks, Summer 2011, Brighton: Art/Design/Media Subject Centre, The Higher Education Academy.
     
  • 'Six principles for media education' (2011), in Wardle, Jon & Fraser, Pete, eds, A Manifesto for Media Education, at http://www.manifestoformediaeducation.co.uk
     
  • Awan, Fatimah, & Gauntlett, David (2011), 'Creative and visual methods in audience research', in Nightingale, Virginia, ed., Handbook of Media Audiences, Oxford: Blackwell.
     
  • Gauntlett, David, & Awan, Fatimah (2011), 'Action-based visual and creative methods in social research', in Heywood, Ian & Sandywell, Barry, eds, Handbook of Visual Culture, Oxford: Berg.
     
  • Gauntlett, David; Ackermann, Edith; Whitebread, David; Wolbers, Thomas, & Weckstrom, Cecilia (2011), The Future of Play, Billund: LEGO Learning Institute.
     
  • 'Social creativity is the heart of a strong and happy society' (2010), in Britton, Tessy, ed., Hand Made: Portraits of Emergent New Community Culture, London: Blurb.
     
  • 'Creativity, Participation, and Connectedness: An interview with David Gauntlett' (2010), in Sonvilla-Weiss, Stefan, ed., Mashup Cultures, New York: Springer Wien.
     
  • Ackermann, Edith; Gauntlett, David; Wolbers, Thomas, & Weckstrom, Cecilia (2010), Defining Systematic Creativity in the Digital Realm, Billund: LEGO Learning Institute. Available from http://learninginstitute.lego.com/en-us/Research/Systematic+Creativity+Digital+Realm.aspx
     
  • 'Media Studies 2.0: A response' (2009), Interactions, vol. 1, no. 1. (Special launch issue discussing 'Media Studies 2.0').
     
  • Ackermann, Edith; Gauntlett, David, & Weckstrom, Cecilia (2009), Defining Systematic Creativity, Billund: LEGO Learning Institute. Available from http://learninginstitute.lego.com/en-us/Research/Systematic+Creativity.aspx
     
  • Jackson, Lizzie; Gauntlett, David, & Steemers, Jeanette (2009), Children in Virtual Worlds - Adventure Rock users and producers study, London: BBC & University of Westminster. Available from http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/knowledgeexchange/westminsterone.pdf
     
  • Jackson, Lizzie; Gauntlett, David, & Steemers, Jeanette (2009), Virtual Worlds - An Overview and Study of BBC Children’s Adventure Rock, London: BBC & University of Westminster. Available from http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/knowledgeexchange/westminstertwo.pdf
     
  • 'Wikipedia' (2009), in Glen Creeber and Royston Martin, editors, Digital Cultures: Understanding New Media, Open University Press, Maidenhead.
     
  • 'Media Studies 2.0' (2009), in Glen Creeber and Royston Martin, editors, Digital Cultures: Understanding New Media, Open University Press, Maidenhead.
      
  • 'Creative brainwork: Building metaphors of identity for social science research' (2008), in Knut Lundby, editor, Digital Storytelling, Mediatized Stories, Peter Lang, New York.
      
  • 'Neue Forschungsmethoden in der Publikumsforschung' (2006), in Lothar Mikos, Dagmar Hoffmann, Rainer Winter, editors, Mediennutzung, Identität und Identifikationen, Juventa Verlag GmbH, Weinheim, Germany.
      
  • 'Creative and visual methods for exploring identities' (2006) by David Gauntlett and Peter Holzwarth, Visual Studies, Vol. 21, No. 1, April 2006, pp. 82-91.
      
  • 'Ten Things Wrong With Media Effects Studies' (2006) [another reproduction of this article, again revised slightly] in C.Kay Weaver and Cynthia Carter, editors, Critical Readings: Violence and the Media, Maidenhead and New York: Open University Press.
      
  • 'Using Creative Visual Research Methods to Understand Media Audiences' (2005) in Medienpädagogik (Media Education), vol. 4, no. 1, special issue on visual methods in research. http://www.medienpaed.com
      
  • 'Madonna's daughters: Girl power and the empowered girl-pop breakthrough' (2004) in Santiago Fouz-Hernández and Freya Jarman, editors, Madonna's Drowned Worlds: New Approaches to Her Cultural Transformations (1983-2003), London: Ashgate.
      
  • 'Ten Things Wrong with the "Effects Model"' [2004 version] in Media Studies: The Essential Resource, edited by Philip Rayner, Peter Wall and Stephen Kruger (2004), London: Routledge.
       
  • 'The trouble with media studies' in Media Studies: The Essential Resource, edited by Philip Rayner, Peter Wall and Stephen Kruger (2004), London: Routledge.
       
  • 'Preface' (2002) to the book Japanese Cybercultures, edited by Nanette Gottlieb and Mark McLelland, Routledge, London & New York. Published December 2002.
     
  • Review of 'Sexualities and Popular Culture' by Carl B. Holmberg, in Archives of Sexual Behavior, vol. 32, no. 2 (April 2003).
     
  • 'The worrying influence of "media effects" studies' (2001), in Barker, Martin & Petley, Julian, eds, Ill Effects: The Media/Violence Debate (Second Edition), Routledge, London & New York.
       
  • 'Web Studies: A User's Guide' (2000), in David Gauntlett, ed., Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies For The Digital Age, Arnold and Oxford University Press, London & New York.
     
  • 'The Web goes to the pictures' (2000), in David Gauntlett, ed., Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies For The Digital Age, Arnold and Oxford University Press, London & New York.
     
  • 'The Future: Faster, smaller, more, more, more' (2000), in David Gauntlett, ed., Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies For The Digital Age, Arnold and Oxford University Press, London & New York.
     
  • 'Glossary' (with David Silver) (2000), in David Gauntlett, ed., Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies For The Digital Age, Arnold and Oxford University Press, London & New York.
     
  • 'Digital Sexualities: A guide to internet resources' (1999), in Sexualities, vol. 2, no. 3, August 1999.
     
  • 'Losing Sight of the Ball?: Children, Media and the Global Environment in a Video Research Project' (1999), in Ralph, Sue; Langham Brown, Jo, and Lees, Tim, eds, Youth and the Global Media, University of Luton Press, Luton.
     
  • 'Don's Diary' (1999), in The Times Higher Education Supplement, 7 May 1999, p. 14.
     
  • 'Ten things wrong with the "effects model"' (1998), in Dickinson, Roger; Harindranath, Ramaswani, & Linne, Olga, eds, Approaches to Audiences, Arnold, London.
     
  • 'Moral panic and media effects' (1998), in Jones, Derek, ed., Censorship: An International Encyclopedia, Fitzroy Dearborn, London.
     
  • 'Introduction: Why no clear answers on media effects?' (1997), in Charlton, Tony, & David, Kenneth, eds, Elusive Links: Television, Video Games, Cinema and Children's Behaviour, Park Published Papers, London.
     
  • 'Another crisis for media studies' (1997), in In The Picture media education magazine, no. 31 (autumn 1997).
     
  • A Profile of Complainants and their Complaints (1995), BSC Research Working Paper No. 10, Broadcasting Standards Council, London. (A4 + 62pp).
     
  • '"Full of very different people all mixed up together": Understanding community and environment through the classroom video project' (1995), in Primary Teaching Studies, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 8-13.
     
  • 'Screening the evidence' (1995), in The Times Educational Supplement, 28 April 1995, section two, p. 22.
     
  • 'Calling all couch potatoes' (1994), in The Times Higher Education Supplement, 8 July 1994, p. 13.