Hodson, J. (2012). When I’m Sixty-Four: Beatles Rock Band and the Commodification of Nostalgia. Loading… The Canadian Game Studies Journal 10 (6). Available here.
Vannini, P., Hodson, J., and Vannini, A. (2009). Toward a Technography of Everyday Life: The Methodological Legacy of James W. Carey’s Ecology of Technoculture as Communication. Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies 9(3) pp. 462-476
Cukier, W., Ryan, P., and Hodson, J. (2009). Hype and Reality: The Changing Discourse of Dot-coms in the Media 1992-2008. ABC Conference: Business Discourse–Communication in Organizations [Paper included in the conference proceedings]. May 2009, Marshall Business School, L.A.
Hodson, J., and Vannini, P. (2007) Island Time: the Media Logic and Ritual of Ferry Commuting on Gabriola Island, BC. Canadian Journal of Communication 32 pp. 261-275.
Hodson, J. and Drache, D. (2007) “I Gotta Be Me” Web 2.0 and the Hardwired Global Citizen: A Digital Report from the Counter-Publics Working Group. Online publication accessible here.
Selected Presented Papers:
Hodson, J. (2013). Google Me: A Discourse Analysis of the World’s Leading Search Engine. Virtual Presentation for the 2013 Technology, Knowledge and Society Conference (January 13-14, 2013). Available here.
Hodson, J. and Cukier, W. (2012). From the Boardroom to the Bedroom: The ethics of studying the queer community in organizations. CMS workshop at the AOM annual meeting. August 2011. University of Massachusetts.
Hodson, J. (2011). Mobilities through Cyber-Places: A paradigm shift. Canadian Communication Association Conference. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. June 2011. University of Fredericton.
Hodson, J. (2011). When I’m 64: Beatles Rock Band and the commoditization of Nostalgia. Canadian Games Studies Conference. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. May 2011. University of Fredericton.
Hodson J. (2010). Twitter Mania: A Habermasian Critique of Web 2.0 Broadcasting. Making Things Public Conference. May 2010. York University.
Cukier, W., Hodson, J., & Ryan, P.M. (2009). Recycling Rhetoric: The Dot-com Boom and Bust in Media Discourse. Congress of the Humanities: Canadian Communication Association Conference. Carleton University.
Cukier, W., Hodson, J. & Ryan, P.M. (2009). A Critical Discourse Analysis of Amazon.com’s Rise in the Media 1995-2008. Privacy, Security, Trust: Protecting the Public Conference [Included in IEEE Conference Proceedings]. eInnovation Theme. New Brunswick.
Cukier, W., Ryan P., and Hodson, J. (2009). The Media’s Role in the dot-com Bust: North American Newspaper Coverage 1992-2008. CORS/INFORMS 2009 International Meeting. Toronto, Ontario.