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Kate M. Miltner
Kate M. Miltner
Lecturer in Data, AI, and Society, University of Sheffield
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# MasculinitySoFragile: Culture, structure, and networked misogyny
S Banet-Weiser, KM Miltner
Feminist media studies 16 (1), 171-174, 2016
5982016
Big Data| critiquing Big Data: Politics, ethics, epistemology| special section introduction
K Crawford, ML Gray, K Miltner
International Journal of Communication 8, 10, 2014
4412014
“There’s no place for lulz on LOLCats”: The role of genre, gender, and group identity in the interpretation and enjoyment of an Internet meme
KM Miltner
First Monday, 2014
3542014
Never gonna GIF you up: Analyzing the cultural significance of the animated GIF
KM Miltner, T Highfield
Social Media+ Society 3 (3), 2056305117725223, 2017
2302017
Histories of hating
T Shepherd, A Harvey, T Jordan, S Srauy, K Miltner
Social Media+ Society 1 (2), 2056305115603997, 2015
1552015
Internet memes
KM Miltner
The SAGE handbook of social media 55, 412-428, 2018
1482018
Put down that phone and talk to me: Understanding the roles of mobile phone norm adherence and similarity in relationships
JA Hall, NK Baym, KM Miltner
Mobile Media & Communication 2 (2), 134-153, 2014
1062014
Selfies| the Selfie of the Year of the Selfie: Reflections on a Media Scandal
KM Miltner, NK Baym
International Journal of Communication 9, 15, 2015
702015
Srsly phenomenal: An investigation into the appeal of LOLcats
K Miltner
Unpublished master’s dissertation). London School of Economics, London, UK …, 2011
692011
“One part politics, one part technology, one part history”: Racial representation in the Unicode 7.0 emoji set
KM Miltner
New Media & Society 23 (3), 515-534, 2021
322021
Policing “fake” femininity: Authenticity, accountability, and influencer antifandom
BE Duffy, KM Miltner, A Wahlstedt
New Media & Society 24 (7), 1657-1676, 2022
31*2022
“Tom had us all doing front-end web development”: a nostalgic (re) imagining of Myspace
KM Miltner, Y Gerrard
Internet Histories 6 (1-2), 48-67, 2022
222022
Girls Who Coded: Gender in Twentieth Century U.K. and U.S. Computing
KM Miltner
Science, Technology, & Human Values 1 (16), 2018
192018
‘One part politics, one part technology, one part history’: The construction of the emoji set in Unicode 7.0
K Miltner
New Media & Society 23, 515-534, 2015
92015
The Meme Election: Clicktivism, the Buzzfeed Effect and Corporate Meme-Jacking
W Phillips, K Miltner
The Awl, 2012
82012
Everything Old Is New Again: A Comparison of Midcentury American EDP Schools and Contemporary Coding Bootcamps
KM Miltner
Information & Culture 57 (3), 255-282, 2022
42022
RuPaul’s Drag Race keyboard: Affect and resistance through visual communication
K Miltner
Appified: Culture in the age of apps, 289-298, 2018
32018
Taking a second look at the learn-to-code craze
K Miltner
Parenting for a Digital Future, 2018
32018
Platformed solidarity: Examining the performative politics of Twitter hashflags
T Highfield, KM Miltner
Convergence 29 (6), 1641-1667, 2023
22023
Policing" fake" femininity: Anger and accusation in influencer" hateblog" communities
BE Duffy, K Miltner, A Wahlstedt
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2020
22020
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