Blogs

Reilly, P.J. (2020) Cross and multi-platform studies essential for understanding social movements,  Human: Putting the Social in Science, 27 October.

Reilly, P.J. (2020) Distinguish yourself as a supervisor by being kind to PGRs, Supervising PhDs, 22 June.

Reilly, P.J., Veneti, A., & Lilleker, D. (2020) Violence against journalists is not new, but attacks on those covering #BlackLivesMatter protests is a bad sign for US press freedom, LSE American Politics and Policy (USAPP), 12 June.

Reilly, P.J. (2020) How social media videos could change racist policing, Human: Putting the Social in Science, 8 June.

Reilly, P.J. (2020) Haunting images of Northern Irish Troubles get new life on Instagram, 24 Hour Conflict Reportage Newsroom, Documentary Media Centre, 4 May.

Reilly, P.J. (2020) Faced with an ‘infodemic’ of fake news about COVID-19, most people are checking their facts- but we mustn’t be complacent, Democratic Audit, 20 April.

Reilly, P.J. (2020) Long live local journalism: ‘the ‘first responders’ in the fight against COVID-19 fake news, View Digital, 14 April.

Reilly, P.J. (2020) The fight against coronavirus ‘fake news’ should begin with our political leaders, not just online trolls, View Digital, 9 April.

Reilly, P.J. (2020) The fight against coronavirus ‘fake news’ should begin with our political leaders, not just online trolls, Democratic Audit, 8 April.

Reilly, P.J. (2019) ‘Remain alliance’ win the BBC Northern Ireland Leaders’ debate (online at least), The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, Bournemouth University, Poole, England:

Baskaradas, E., and Reilly, P.J. (2019) Holistic smart approach required to address inequality in rural and urban areas, Information School News, 8 July.

Reilly, P.J. (2019) WSIS 2019 Panel ‘ICTs in the University Environment (Part 2), Global Policy Opinion, 25 April.

Reilly, P.J. (2019) WSIS 2019 Panel ‘ICTs in the University Environment (Part 1), Global Policy Opinion, 24 April.

Reilly, P.J. (2019) Antidote or Placebo? Digital literacy and the global fight against ‘fake news,‘ Global Policy Opinion, 17 April.

Kirby, D., Pinney, M., & Reilly, P.J. (2019) VeganCoin: new kid on the block(chain), Global Policy Opinion, 11 April.

Baskett, V., Heminway, R., & Reilly, P.J. (2019) Making academia an open book? Bibliodiversity and open publishing, Global Policy Opinion, 10 April.

Reilly, P.J. and Gordon, F. (2019) Social media can play a key role in campaigns against paramilitary-style assaults in Northern Ireland Democratic Audit UK, 9 January.

Reilly, P.J. (2018) Local journalists have key role to play in combating ‘fake news’ in Northern Ireland, Democratic Audit UK, 10 September.

Reilly, P.J., and Tantanasi, I. (2018) Social media’s not all bad- it’s saving lives in disaster zones, The Conversation UK, 23 August.

Reilly, P.J. (2018) Rumours, mis-and disinformation in divided societies: Twitter and the Ardoyne parade dispute, New Social Media, New Social Science? 12 April.

Reilly, P.J. (2018) Sinn Fein’s MP’s resignation demonstrates the dangers of social media for politicians, Democratic Audit UK, 26 January.

Reilly, P.J. (2017) Twitter, dual screening and the BBC Northern Ireland Leaders’ Debate, in Thorsen, E., Jackson, D., and Lilleker, D. (eds) UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters and the Campaign, The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, Bournemouth University, Poole, England: 110-111.

Reilly, P.J. Fake News, 12 Days of Thinking, University of Sheffield, 19 December.

Reilly, P.J. (2016) Contested narratives: social media and policing in Northern Ireland, LSE British Politics & Policy, 2 November.

Trevisan, F and Reilly, P.J. (2015) UKIP: The Web’s Darling? In Jackson, D and Thorsen, E. (eds) UK Election Analysis 2015: Media, Voters and the Campaign, The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, Bournemouth University, Poole, England: 76-77.

Reilly, P.J. (2015) Tweeting for peace? Twitter may help to defuse sectarian tensions in Northern Ireland, LSE British Politics & Policy, 28 April.

Reilly, P (2013) The mobile phone: a tool for sousveillance? Social Worlds in 100 Objects, University of Leicester. 

Reilly, P.J. (2013) Egypt uprising much more than just a Twitter revolt, The Conversation, 2 July.

Reilly, P.J. (2011) Social media didn’t start the fire: proposals for the temporary shutdown of social media during riots are unlikely to prevent further unrest, LSE British Politics & Policy, 19 September.

Reilly, P.J. (2011) The internet never forgets: government measures to protect privacy are unlikely to succeed in the social media age, LSE British Politics & Policy, 13 July.