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Professor Farida Vis

Professor of Digital Media

Research

A selection of recent research outputs.

Book Chapters

Faulkner, S., Guy, H., Vis, F., 2021. 'Right-wing Populism, Visual Disinformation, and Brexit: From the UKIP 'Breaking Point' poster to the aftermath of the London Westminster Bridge Attack'. In The Routledge Companion to Media Misinformation and Populism, Routledge.

Faulkner, S., Vis, F., Umoja Noble, S., Guy, H., 2019. 'When Twitter Got #woke: Black Lives Matter, Twitter, and the Appropriation of the Aesthetics of Protest'. In The Aesthetics of Global Protest Visual Culture and Communication, Protest and Social Movements.

Faulkner, S., Vis, F., D'Orazio, F., 2018. 'Analysing Social Media Images'. In Burgess, J., Marwick, A., Poell, T. (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Social Media, SAGE.

Internet Publications

Faulkner, S., Vis, F., Guy, H., 2020. 'Verifying and questioning images.', https://datajournalism.com/read/handbook/verification-3/investigating-actors-content/5-verifying-and-questioning-images.

Journal Articles

Thelwall, M., Vis, F., 2017. 'Gender and image sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and WhatsApp in the UK', Aslib Journal of Information Management, 69 (6), pp. 702-720.

Thelwall, M., Goriunova, O., Burns, A., Faulkner, S., Vis, F., Aulich, J., Mas-Bleda, A., Stuart, E., D'Orazio, F., 2016. 'Chatting through pictures? A classification of images tweeted in one week in the UK and USA', Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67 (11), pp. 2575-2586.