Journal articles

Demirdis, S., Vicari, S., and Reilly, P.J. (2023) #darbeyehayir: hashtag publics, networked framing and the July 2016 ‘coup’ in Turkey, First Monday 28(3). [pdf]

Reilly, P.J. and Salojärvi, V. (2022) (2022) (De)constructing societal threats during times of deep mediatization, The Communication Review,25, 3-4, 147-151. DOI: 10.1080/10714421.2022.2139056 [pdf]

Reilly, P.J. and Gordon, F. (2022). Can social media help end the harm? Public information campaigns, online platforms, and paramilitary-style attacks in a deeply divided society. European Journal of Communication. [link]

Ashwell, C. and Reilly, P.J. (2022) Exploring Discourses of Whiteness in the Mary Beard Oxfam-Haiti Twitterstorm, Information, Communication & Society, DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2022.2050417 [pdf]

Özkula, S., Reilly, P.J., and Hayes, J. (2022) Easy data, same old platforms? A systematic review of digital activism methodologies, Information, Communication & Society, DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2021.2013918 [pdf]

Reilly, P.J. (2021) Countering misinformation and disinformation during contentious episodes in a divided society: Tweeting the 2014 and 2015 Ardoyne parade disputes, First Monday, 26(6), 1 July. [link]

Murphy, S., Reilly, P.J. and Murphy, T. (2021) Assessing the potential use of blockchain technology to improve the sharing of public health data in a western Canadian province, Health and Technology. [link]

Reilly, P.J. and Vicari, S. (2021) Organisational hashtags during times of crisis: Analysing the broadcasting and gatekeeping dynamics of #PorteOuverte during the November 2015 Paris Terror Attacks, Social Media + Society, January 2021. doi:10.1177/2056305121995788 [link]

Reilly, P.J. (2020) Curation, connections and creativity: reflections on using Twitter to teach digital activism, Journal of Social Media for Learning, 1(1), 62-69 [link]

Fenn, P. and Reilly, P.J. (2020) Problematising the use of Snapchat in Higher Education Teaching and Learning, Journal of Social Media for Learning, 1(1), 140-146 [link]

Reilly, P.J. (2020). PSNIRA vs. peaceful protesters? YouTube, ‘sousveillance’ and the policing of the union flag protests, First Monday 25(2)- 3 February. DOI: %5Blink]

Petersen, L., Fallou, L., Reilly, P.J., Serafinelli, E., Carreira, E., and Uktin, A. (2020). Public expectations of critical infrastructure operators in times of crisis, Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure, 5(1-2), 62-77. DOI: 10.1080/23789689.2018.1469358 [link]

O’Reilly, M., Dogra, N., Hughes, J., Reilly, P.J, George, R., & Whiteman, N. (2019). Potential of social media in promoting mental health in adolescents (UK), Health Promotion International, 34(5),981-991. DOI: [link]

Veneti, A., Lilleker, D., & Reilly, P.J. (2018). Photographing the Battlefield: The role of Ideology in photojournalist practices during the anti-austerity protests in Greece, Journalism. 1-18. DOI: 10.1177/1464884918809521 [link]

O’Reilly, M., Dogra, N., Whiteman, N., Hughes, J., Eruyar, S., & Reilly, P.J. (2018). Is social media bad for mental health and wellbeing? Exploring the perspectives of adolescents, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 23 (4),601-613.DOI: [link]

O’Reilly, M., Adams, S., Whiteman, N., Hughes, J., Reilly, P.J, & Dogra, N. (2018). Whose responsibility is adolescent’s mental health in the UK? The perspectives of key stakeholders, School Mental Health, 10(4),450-461DOI:10.1007/s12310-018-9263-6 [link]

Petersen, L., Fallou, L., Reilly, P.J, & Serafinelli, E. (2017). European Expectations of Disaster Information provided by Critical Infrastructure Operators: Lessons from Portugal, France, Norway and Sweden. International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (IJISCRAM), 9(4), 23-48. DOI:10.4018/IJISCRAM.2017100102  [link]

Reilly, P.J. (2016). Tweeting for Peace? Twitter and the Ardoyne parade dispute, July 2014, First Monday, 21(11) 7 November. DOI: [link].

Ronchi E, Nieto Uriz F, Criel X, Reilly P.J. (2016). Modelling large-scale evacuation of music festivals. Case Studies in Fire Safety, 5,11-19, DOI: 10.1016/j.csfs.2015.12.002. [pdf]

Reilly, P.J. and Trevisan, F. (2016). Researching Protest on Facebook: Developing an ethical stance for the study of Northern Irish Flag Protest pages, Information, Communication & Society, 19 (3), 419-435. DOI: [pdf]

Williams, H., Norman, A., Reilly, P.J, Zhou, H., & Pe, C. (2016). Screencasts in Engineering, Journal of Excellence in Teaching and Learning [pdf]

Reilly, P.J (2015). Screencasts in Media Studies, Journal of Excellence in Teaching and Learning. [pdf]

Reilly, P.J. (2015). Every Little helps? YouTube, sousveillance and the ‘anti-Tesco’ riot in Bristol, New Media and Society, 17(5), 755-771.DOI: 10.1177/1461444813512195. [pdf]

Trevisan, F and Reilly, P.J. (2014). Ethical Dilemmas in Researching Social Media Campaigns on Sensitive Personal Issues: Lessons from the Study of British Disability Dissent Networks, Information, Communication & Society, 17(9), 1131- 1146. DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2014.889188 [pdf]

Reilly, P.J (2014). The ‘Battle of Stokes Croft’ on YouTube: The development of an ethical stance for the study of online comments, SAGE Cases in Methodology. DOI: [pdf]

Reilly, P.J (2013). The right blend? The use of Blackboard to support international dissertation students, Journal of Excellence in Teaching and Learning. [pdf]

Reilly, P.J (2012). Community worker perspectives on the use of new media to promote conflict transformation in Belfast. Urban Studies, 49:15,3385-3401. DOI:10.1177/0042098012440464. [pdf]

Reilly, P.J (2011). ‘Anti-social’ networking in Northern Ireland: policy responses to young people’s use of social media for organising anti-social behaviour,
Policy and Internet, Volume 3, Issue 1, Article 7. [pdf]

Book Reviews:

Reilly, P.J. (2012) Review of Husband C and Alam, Y (2011) Social cohesion and counter-terrorism: A policy contradiction? Urban Studies, 49,451-453.[pdf]

Reilly, P.J. (2012) Book Review: Communication Ethics Now, Media, War & Conflict, 5, 87-89. [pdf]