Stefanie Duguay
TitleCited byYear
The walkthrough method: An approach to the study of apps
B Light, J Burgess, S Duguay
New Media & Society 20 (3), 881-900, 2018
1102018
“He has a way gayer Facebook than I do”: Investigating sexual identity disclosure and context collapse on a social networking site
S Duguay
new media & society 18 (6), 891-907, 2016
1032016
Dressing up Tinderella: interrogating authenticity claims on the mobile dating app Tinder
S Duguay
Information, Communication & Society 20 (3), 351-367, 2017
722017
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Queer Visibility Through Selfies: Comparing Platform Mediators Across Ruby Rose’s Instagram and Vine Presence
S Duguay
Social Media+ Society 2 (2), 2056305116641975, 2016
532016
Constructing Public Space|“Legit Can’t Wait for# Toronto# WorldPride!”: Investigating the Twitter Public of a Large-Scale LGBTQ Festival
S Duguay
International Journal of Communication 10, 25, 2016
102016
Mobile dating and hookup app culture
S Duguay, J Burgess, B Light
Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication, 2017
92017
Studying HookUp apps: A comparative platform analysis of Tinder, Mixxxer, Squirt and Dattch
J Burgess, B Light, S Duguay
panel presentation at ICA 65th Annual Conference, 2015
92015
‘The AISH review is a big joke’: contradictions of policy participation and consultation in a neo‐liberal context
C Malacrida, S Duguay
Disability & Society 24 (1), 19-32, 2009
92009
Queer women’s experiences of patchwork platform governance on Tinder, Instagram, and Vine
S Duguay, J Burgess, N Suzor
Convergence, 1354856518781530, 2018
62018
Social media’s breaking news: the logic of automation in Facebook Trending Topics and Twitter Moments
S Duguay
Media International Australia 166 (1), 20-33, 2018
62018
“Like a monkey with a miniature cymbal”: cultural practices of repetition in visual social media
T Highfield, S Duguay
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research 5, 2015
62015
Making Digital Cultures of Gender and Sexuality With Social Media
J Burgess, E Cassidy, S Duguay, B Light
Social Media+ Society 2 (4), 2056305116672487, 2016
52016
Identity modulation in networked publics: Queer women's participation and representation on Tinder, Instagram, and Vine
S Duguay
Queensland University of Technology, 2017
42017
“There’s no one new around you”: Queer Women’s Experiences of Scarcity in Geospatial Partner-Seeking on Tinder
S Duguay
The Geographies of Digital Sexuality, 93-114, 2019
32019
Tinder’s lesbian digital imaginary: Investigating (im) permeable boundaries of sexual identity on a popular dating app
L Ferris, S Duguay
New Media & Society, 1461444819864903, 2019
12019
Book review: F. Hollis Griffin, Feeling normal: Sexuality and media criticism in the digital age
S Duguay
Mobile Media & Communication 6 (1), 148-149, 2018
12018
Trending this moment: Examining social media platforms as information gatekeepers through Facebook’s Trending topics and Twitter’s Moments
S Duguay
12016
Facebook as a Decontextualized Environment: Young People's Experiences of Navigating LGBTQ Identities on a Social Networking Site
S Duguay
University of Oxford, 2013
12013
STEFANIE DUGUAY
CA Visions
Appified: Culture in the Age of Apps, 127, 2018
2018
“The More I Look Like Justin Bieber in the Pictures, the Better”: Queer Women’s Self-Representation on Instagram
S Duguay
A Networked Self and Platforms, Stories, Connections, 110-126, 2018
2018
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