Journals such as Ethnography Praxis in Industry Conference (EPIC) and Social Media & Society have published my research. I have presented my research at various industry and academic conferences, including EPIC, UX Strat, Qual360, the Academy of Management, and the Association of Internet Researchers. Access my research publications and presentations on Google Scholar, ResearchGate, and ORCID.
Creating resiliency of research findings: Using ethnographic methods to combat research amnesia
Beyond Big Bird, binders, and bayonets: Public opinion and the prevalence of humor among connected viewers of the 2012 U.S. Presidential debates.
Finding the diamond in the rough: Exploring communication and platform in crowdsourcing performance.
The deliberative politics of the consultative layer: Participation hopes and communication as design values of civic tech founders.
Building a unicorn: Management of innovation, collaboration, and change in a Silicon Valley start-up

Unpublished doctoral dissertation, 2017

Institutional theory of organizations. In C. E. Carroll (Ed.)
The spirit of technology in e-government: Designing democracy capabilities for online citizen-government interaction
Beyond Big Bird: The role of humor in the aggregate interpretation of live- tweeted events
Value chain creation through digital innovation: The ebb and flow of communality and connectivity in a networked interorganizational system
Cars without car crashes: Lessons about simulation technology and organizational change and automotive design, by Paul Leonardi
The institutionalization of corporate reputation. In C. E. Carroll (Eds.)
Big bird, binders, and bayonets: Humor and live-tweeting during the 2012 US presidential debates
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