Matrix, S., and Hodson, J. (2014) Teaching with infographics: Practicing new digital competencies and visual literacies. Journal of Pedagogical Development. Accepted, in press.
Gegenhuber, T., Etzelstorfer, S., Allerstorfer, P., Cukier, W., and Hodson, J. (2014). The role of organizational design in local open government. Collective Intelligence 2014. Available from: http://humancomputation.com/ci2014/papers/Active%20Papers%5CPaper%2038.pdf
Hodson, J. (2013). Google me: A discourse analysis of the world’s leading search engine. The international journal of technology, knowledge and society 9(2). pp 125-138.
Hodson, J. (2013). The medium is (im)material: McLuhan’s media ecology and the metaphor of cyberplace. Mind and Time Autumn 2013 Special Issue. pp. 1-30.
Wilkes, G., and Hodson, J. (2013). Using social media aggregation and curation techniques in the classroom to identify discourse trends and support brand operations. IPCC 2013: Beyond Borders: Communicating Globally. [published in conference proceedings]. July, 2013, Vancouver: UBC.
Hodson, J. (2012). When I’m 64: Beatles Rock Band and the commodification of Nostalgia. Loading… 10(6).
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.
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.
Selected Academic Presentations:
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.