Publications

The Data Journalism Handbook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Books

Bounegru, L., Gray, J., Venturini, T. & Mauri, M. (Co-investigators). (2017). A Field Guide to Fake News.

Gray, J., Bounegru, L., & Chambers, L. (Eds.). (2012). The Data Journalism Handbook. Sebastopol: O’Reilly Media.

Journal articles, book chapters and reports

Venturini, T., Bounegru, L., Jacomy, M., & Gray, J. (2017). “How to Tell Stories with Networks: Exploring the Narrative Affordances of Graphs with the Iliad.” In The Datafied Society: Studying Culture through Data, edited by Mirko Schaefer and Karin Van Es. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Gray, J., Bounegru, L., Milan, S., Ciuccarelli, P. (2016). “Ways of Seeing Data: Towards a Critical Literacy for Data Visualisations as Research Objects and Research Devices” in S. Kubitschko and A. Kaun (eds.) Innovative Methods in Media and Communication Research. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bounegru, L., Venturini, T. , Gray, J. & Jacomy, M. (2016). “Narrating Networks: Networks as Storytelling Devices in Journalism.” Digital Journalism.

Gray, J., Lammerhirt D., & Bounegru L. (2015). “Changing What Counts: How Can Citizen-Generated and Civil Society Data Be Used as an Advocacy Tool to Change Official Data Collection?.” Open Knowledge and the CIVICUS DataShift.

Bounegru, L., & Forceville, C. (2011). “Metaphors in Editorial Cartoons Representing the Global Financial Crisis.” Visual Communication. 10(2). pp. 209-229.

Bounegru, L. (2009). “Interactive Media Artworks for Public Space: The Potential of Art to Influence Consciousness and Behavior in Relation to Public Spaces.” Urban Screens Reader (pp. 199-216). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

Press articles and interviews

Gray, J., Bounegru, L. & Venturini, T. (2017). What does fake news tell us about life in the digital age? Not what you might expectNiemanLab.

Silverman, C.,  Singer-Vine, J. & Thuy Vo, L. (2017). In Spite Of The Crackdown, Fake News Publishers Are Still Earning Money From Major Ad Networks. BuzzFeed News (contributing researcher)

Bounegru, L. (2017). Three Ways in Which Digital Researchers Can Shed Light on the Information Politics of The “Post-Truth” EraLSE Impact of Social Sciences Blog

Bounegru, L. (2014). How Might Digital Newsrooms Utilise Tools Developed by Internet Researchers to Cover Complex Issues in New Ways?. Tow Center blog.

Bounegru, L. (2014). What Data Journalists Need to Do DifferentlyHarvard Business Review.

Bounegru, L. (2014). Journalists Should Follow the Lead of Media Scholars and Look to the Internet as a Rich Source of DataLondon School of Economics Impact of Social Sciences blog.

Bounegru, L. (2013). Learn How to Become a Data Journalist with MOOC, Handbook from EJC. PBS MediaShift.

Ršumović, R. (2013). Interview: Theory and Practice of Data Driven Journalism. Mediacentar Sarajevo Magazine.

Bounegru, L. (2012). A Brief History of Data Journalism. O’Reilly Radar.

Howard, A. (2012). Interview: The Bond Between Data and Journalism Grows Stronger. O’Reilly Radar.

Other writings

Bounegru, L. (2011, May). “Mapping the Abortion Debate on the Romanian Web.” Paper presented at the 7th edition of the Media in Transition conference at MIT.

Bounegru, L. (2009). Smart Houses: From Managing the House at a Distance to the Management of Life Itself. Unpublished manuscript, University of Amsterdam.

Bounegru, L. (2008). Summary of Argument: Alexander Galloway, Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization, MIT Press, 2004. Unpublished manuscript.

Bounegru, L. (2008). Summary of Argument: Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Control and Freedom: Power and Paranoia in the Age of Fiber Optics, MIT Press, 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

Bounegru, L. (2008). Comparative Analysis of Protocol: How Control Exists after Decentralization, by Alexander Galloway, and Control and Freedom: Power and Paranoia in the Age of Fiber-Optics, by Wendy Hui Kyong Chun. Unpublished manuscript.