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Stephanie Alice Baker
Stephanie Alice Baker
City, University of London
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Encyclopedia of social networks
GA Barnett
Sage Publications, 2011
1272011
From the criminal crowd to the “mediated crowd”: the impact of social media on the 2011 English riots
SA Baker
Safer Communities 11 (1), 40-49, 2012
1162012
The English riots of 2011: A summer of discontent
D Briggs
waterside Press, 2012
922012
‘Good Morning Fitfam’: Top posts, hashtags and gender display on Instagram
SA Baker, MJ Walsh
New Media & Society, 2018
882018
The mediated crowd: New social media and new forms of rioting
SA Baker
Sociological Research Online 16 (4), 195-204, 2011
762011
The selfie and the transformation of the public–private distinction
MJ Walsh, SA Baker
Information, Communication & Society 20 (8), 1185-1203, 2017
652017
Socialising Big Data: From concept to practice
CL Evelyn Ruppert, Penny Harvey, Celia Lury, Adrian Mackenzie, Ruth McNally ...
CRESC Working Paper Series, 2015
60*2015
Cultural sociology
JC Alexander, I Reed
The New Blackwell Companion to Social Theory, 378-390, 2009
39*2009
Policing the riots: New social media as recruitment, resistance, and surveillance
SA Baker
The English riots of, 169-190, 2011
352011
The Belle Gibson scandal: The rise of lifestyle gurus as micro-celebrities in low-trust societies
SA Baker, C Rojek
Journal of Sociology 56 (3), 388-404, 2020
302020
Mediating mega events and manufacturing multiculturalism: The cultural politics of the world game in Australia
SA Baker, D Rowe
Journal of Sociology 50 (3), 299-314, 2014
302014
Social tragedy: The power of myth, ritual, and emotion in the new media ecology
SA Baker
Palgrave MacMillan., 2014
30*2014
Lifestyle Gurus: Constructing authority and influence online
SA Baker, C Rojek
John Wiley & Sons, 2020
282020
We love to hate each other: Mediated football fan culture
R KrÝvel, T Roksvold
Nordicom, University of Gothenburg, 2012
282012
<? covid19?> The challenges of responding to misinformation during a pandemic: Content moderation and the limitations of the concept of harm
SA Baker, M Wade, MJ Walsh
Media International Australia 177 (1), 103-107, 2020
232020
You are what you Instagram: Clean eating and the symbolic representation of food
SA Baker, MJ Walsh
Digital food cultures, 53-67, 2020
222020
Alt. Health Influencers: how wellness culture and web culture have been weaponised to promote conspiracy theories and far-right extremism during the COVID-19 pandemic
SA Baker
European Journal of Cultural Studies 25 (1), 3-24, 2022
132022
Clean Eating and Instagram: Purity, Defilement and the Idealisation of Food
MJ Walsh, SA Baker
Food, Culture, and Society, 2020
122020
" Truly a fan experience"? the cultural politics of the live site
D Rowe, SA Baker
We love to hate each other: Mediated football fan culture, 301-317, 2012
122012
Power and emotion
JG Heaney, H Flam
Routledge, 2016
112016
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