Articles and chapters

Refereed journal articles

Sinnreich, A., Forelle, M. C., & Aufderheide, P. (2018) Copyright givers and takers: Mutuality, altruism and instrumentalism in open licensing. Communication Law and Policy, 23(3), 197-220.

Forelle, M. C. (2017) ‘Then you are making riskless money’: A critical discourse analysis of credit default swap coverage in the financial trade press. Journal of Cultural Economy, 1-13.

Forelle, M. C. (2015) The FCC and the Problem of Diversity. International Journal of Communication, 9, 3432-3439.

Foxman, M., & Forelle, M. (2014) Electing to Play: MTV’s Fantasy Election and Changes in Political Engagement Through Gameplay. Games and Culture, 9(6), 454-467. 

Book chapters

Wilson III, E. J., Constanza-Chock, S., & Forelle, M. C. (2016) A Provocation on Behalf of the Excluded. In Mark Lloyd and Lew Friedland (Eds.), The Communication Crisis in America and How to Fix it. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Unpublished manuscripts

Forelle, M. C., Howard, P. N., Monroy-Hernandez, A., & Savage, S. (2015) Political Bots and the Manipulation of Public Opinion in Venezuela. Unpublished manuscript, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2635800 

Book reviews

Forelle, M. C. (2014) Review of The Political Web: Media, Participation and Alternative Democracy, by Peter Dahlgren. International Journal of Communication, 8

Forelle, M. C. (2014) Guidebooks to Media Issues, Present and Future - review of Legal and Ethical Issues in the Media, by Tim Dwyer, and A Companion to New Media Dynamics, edited by John Hartley, Jean Burgess, and Axel Bruns. International Journal of Communication, 8

Manuscripts in submission

Forelle, M. C. (publication date TBD) ‘Then you are making riskless money’: A critical discourse analysis of credit default swap coverage in the financial trade press. Journal of Cultural Economy.

Conference papers

“Technological Exceptions to the Legal Rule: Property Rights in the Fight Over Ownership of Vehicle Software” International Communication Association, San Diego, CA. May 2017.

“The Wilderness Online: How Interactivity is Changing Music Videos” Internet Research 16, Phoenix, AZ. October 2015.

“Charisma Consumption: Internet Animal Celebrities as Identity and Commodity” International Communication Association Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico. May 2015.

“Exploring the Cultures of Financial Innovation” Intersections of Cultural Studies and Finance, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. April 2015.

“MTV’S ‘Fantasy Election’ and the Pros and Cons of Turning Political Engagement into a Game” with Maxwell Foxman.  Digital Media and Learning Conference, Boston, MA.  March 2014.

“On Tweets, Lies, and Hacked Accounts” with Patrick Davison. New York University Neil Postman Graduate Conference, New York, NY. March 2014.

“MTV’s Power of 12 and Changes in Political Engagement Following Election-themed Gameplay” with Maxwell Foxman. Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play, Piscataway, NJ. April 2013.

“Distributed Denial of Statute: How the Internet Killed SOPA/PIPA” New York University Neil Postman Graduate Conference, New York, NY. Feb 2013.

“Crossing into Crosswords: Experiencing the Ludic Turn and the Gamification of Everyday Life” with Holly Robbins, James Hodges, Maxwell Foxman and Stephanie Llamas. Media Ecology Association Convention, Riverdale, NY. June 2012.

“Panel Discussion: THE GAME” with Maxwell Foxman, Paige MacGregor and Stephanie Llamas. New York University Re:Play Conference, New York, NY. April 2012.

“’A Body That Shows Me Death’: Body Dysmorphia in Banned Music Videos” Pop Culture Association / American Culture Association Conference, Boston, MA. April 2012.

“Men and Women Merely Players: Life in the Ludic Space” Forces at Play: Bodies, Power, and Spaces. University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA. March 2012.