Stephen Harrington
Stephen Harrington
Associate Professor, School of Communication, Queensland University of Technology
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Twitter as a technology for audiencing and fandom: The# Eurovision phenomenon
T Highfield, S Harrington, A Bruns
Information, communication & society 16 (3), 315-339, 2013
<? covid19?>‘Corona? 5G? or both?’: the dynamics of COVID-19/5G conspiracy theories on Facebook
A Bruns, S Harrington, E Hurcombe
Media International Australia 177 (1), 12-29, 2020
More than a backchannel: Twitter and television
S Harrington, T Highfield, A Bruns
Participations 10 (1), 405-409, 2013
Popular news in the 21st century Time for a new critical approach?
S Harrington
Journalism 9 (3), 266-284, 2008
Tweeting about the telly: Live TV, audiences, and social media
S Harrington
Twitter and society [Digital Formations, Volume 89], 237-247, 2014
Politics, media and democracy in Australia: public and producer perceptions of the political public sphere
B McNair, T Flew, S Harrington, A Swift
Routledge, 2017
What’s newsworthy about ‘social news’? Characteristics and potential of an emerging genre
E Hurcombe, J Burgess, S Harrington
Journalism 22 (2), 378-394, 2021
Twitter and sports: Football fandom in emerging and established markets
A Bruns, K Weller, S Harrington
Twitter and society [Digital Formations, Volume 89], 263-280, 2014
Defining entertainment: an approach
A McKee, C Collis, T Nitins, M Ryan, S Harrington, B Duncan, J Carter, ...
Creative Industries Journal 7 (2), 108-120, 2014
The uses of satire: Unorthodox news, cultural chaos and the interrogation of power
S Harrington
Journalism 13 (1), 38-52, 2012
Exploring consumer perceptions of the value proposition embedded in vegan food products using text analytics
K Cooper, O Dedehayir, C Riverola, S Harrington, E Alpert
Sustainability 14 (4), 2075, 2022
Covering conspiracy: Approaches to reporting the COVID/5G conspiracy theory
A Bruns, E Hurcombe, S Harrington
Digital Journalism 10 (6), 930-951, 2022
From the “Little Aussie Bleeder” to Newstopia:(really) fake news in Australia
S Harrington
News Parody and Political Satire across the Globe, 26-38, 2013
Coronavirus conspiracy theories: Tracing misinformation trajectories from the fringes to the mainstream
A Bruns, S Harrington, E Hurcombe
Communicating COVID-19: interdisciplinary perspectives, 229-249, 2021
Australian TV news: new forms, functions, and futures
S Harrington
Intellect, 2014
Future-proofing journalism: Youthful tastes and the challenge for the academy
S Harrington
Continuum 22 (3), 395-407, 2008
It’s not (just) about the f-ckin’animals: How veganism is changing, and why that matters
S Harrington, C Collis, O Dedehayir
Alternative Food Politics, 135-150, 2018
Sharing the news: Dissemination of links to Australian news sites on Twitter
A Bruns, T Highfield, S Harrington
Br (e) aking the news: Journalism, politics and new media. New York: Peter …, 2013
WAKING UP WITH FRIENDS: Breakfast news, Sunrise and the “televisual sphere”
S Harrington
Journalism Studies 11 (2), 175-189, 2010
‘The Democracy of Conversation’: The Panel and the Public Sphere
S Harrington
Media International Australia 116 (1), 75-87, 2005
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