Ariadna Matamoros-FernŠndez
Ariadna Matamoros-FernŠndez
Digital Media Research Centre (Queensland University of Technology)
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Platformed racism: the mediation and circulation of an Australian race-based controversy on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube
A Matamoros-FernŠndez
Information, Communication & Society 20 (6), 930–946, 2017
Hate speech and covert discrimination on social media: Monitoring the Facebook pages of extreme-right political parties in Spain
A Ben-David, AM FernŠndez
International Journal of Communication 10, 27, 2016
From ranking algorithms to ‘ranking cultures’ Investigating the modulation of visibility in YouTube search results
B Rieder, A Matamoros-FernŠndez, “ Coromina
Convergence 24 (1), 50-68, 2018
Technology facilitated coercive control: Domestic violence and the competing roles of digital media platforms
M Dragiewicz, J Burgess, A Matamoros-FernŠndez, M Salter, NP Suzor, ...
Feminist Media Studies 18 (4), 609-625, 2018
Mapping sociocultural controversies across digital media platforms: One week of# gamergate on Twitter, YouTube, and Tumblr
J Burgess, A Matamoros-FernŠndez
Communication Research and Practice 2 (1), 79-96, 2016
Racism, hate speech, and social media: A systematic review and critique
A Matamoros-FernŠndez, J Farkas
Television & New Media 22 (2), 205-224, 2021
Expanding the debate about content moderation: Scholarly research agendas for the coming policy debates
T Gillespie, P Aufderheide, E Carmi, Y Gerrard, R Gorwa, ...
Internet Policy Review 9 (4), Article number: 41-29, 2020
Mapping YouTube: A quantitative exploration of a platformed media system
B Rieder, “ Coromina, A Matamoros-FernŠndez
First Monday 25 (8), Article number: 10667, 2020
Inciting anger through Facebook reactions in Belgium: The use of emoji and related vernacular expressions in racist discourse
A Matamoros Fernandez
First Monday 23 (9), Article number: 94051-20, 2018
Introduction: Ten years of WhatsApp: The role of chat apps in the formation and mobilization of online publics
E Baulch, A Matamoros-FernŠndez, A Johns
First Monday 25 (1), 2020
'El Negro de WhatsApp'meme, digital blackface, and racism on social media
A Matamoros-FernŠndez
First Monday 25 (1), 2020
Follow the Money: a Large-scale Investigation of Monetization and Optimization on YouTube
O Coromina, A Matamoros-FernŠndez, B Rieder
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2020
Don’t just blame YouTube’s algorithms for ‘radicalisation’. Humans also play a part
A Matamoros-Fernandez, J Gray
The Conversation, 2019
Beyond hashtags: Collecting and analysing conversations on Twitter
B Moon, NP Suzor, A Matamoros-Fernandez
Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference (AoIR 2016), 2016
What’s “Up Next”? Investigating Algorithmic Recommendations on YouTube Across Issues and Over Time
A Matamoros-Fernandez, JE Gray, L Bartolo, J Burgess, N Suzor
Media and Communication 9 (4), 234-249, 2021
TikTok suicide video: it’s time platforms collaborated to limit disturbing content
A Matamoros Fernandez, B Kaye
The Conversation, 2020
Platformed racism: The Adam Goodes war dance and booing controversy on twitter, YouTube, and Facebook
A Matamoros-Fernandez
Queensland University of Technology, 2018
Humor That Harms? Examining Racist Audio-Visual Memetic Media on TikTok During Covid-19
A Matamoros-FernŠndez, A Rodriguez, P WikstrŲm
Media and Communication 10 (2), 180-191, 2022
As responsible digital citizens, here’s how we can all reduce racism online
A Matamoros-Fernandez
The Conversation, April (15), 2019
Memetic persuasion and WhatsAppification in Indonesia’s 2019 presidential election
E Baulch, A Matamoros-FernŠndez, F Suwana
New Media & Society, 14614448221088274, 2022
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