(Video produced for the Stanford Screenomics Lab by, and used here courtesy of, Sarah Chey)
Dissertation: “Mediatizing Terrorism: A Study of Audiences' Construction of Violent Events under Datafied Capitalism”
Advisors: Theodore L. Glasser, Professor (Communication); James T. Hamilton, Professor (Communication)
Readers: Fred Turner (Communication); Ban Wang (Comparative Literature)
Journal Articles In-Preparation for Submission
Fitzgerald, A. Mediatized Rituals in the Transnational Construction of Terrorist Attacks as Datafied Media Events: An In-situ Study of US Mobile User Responses to ISIS attacks in Europe in the Spring of 2017.
Fitzgerald, A. The Eclipse of Ideology: Nonconscious Cognition, Neurodiversity, and Datafied Media Systems as Tools for “Self-Regulation.”
Fitzgerald, A. Mediatizing Terrorism: Datafication and Violence in the Forever War.
Fitzgerald, A. Analyzing “The Screenome”: A New Approach for Hyper-Contextual Critical Digital and Mobile Audience Research.
Fitzgerald, A. Terror and datafication: Drones, death, and distance.
Selected Past Work
(for full list see CV)
Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Reeves, B., Ram, N., Robinson, T., Cummings, J., Giles, L., Pan, J., Chiatti, A., Cho, MJ., Roehrick, K, Yang., X, Gagneja, A., Brinberg, M., Muise, D., Lu, Y., Luo, M., Fitzgerald, A., & Yeykelis, L (2019). Screenomics: A Framework to Capture and Analyze Personal Life Experiences and the Ways that Technology Shapes Them. Human-Computer Interaction. 36(2), 150-201.