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Dr. Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan

Weizenbaum-Institut

Institut für Publizistik und Kommunikationswissenschaft

Forschungsgruppe 15 "Digitalisierung und transnationale Öffentlichkeit"

Michael Vaughan hat an der Universität von Sydney im Bereich Government and International Relations promoviert und arbeitet derzeit als Postdoc in der Forschungsgruppe 15. Seine Forschungsinteressen umfassen soziale Bewegungen, politische Partizipation und die diskursive Dimension der Mobilisierung zu Fragen der Sparsamkeit und wirtschaftlichen Ungleichheit.

  • Social movements
  • Political participation
  • Network analysis

Trenz, H.-J., Heft, A., Vaughan, M., & Pfetsch, B. (2020). Resilience of Public Spheres in a Global Health Crisis (Weizenbaum Series, 11). Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society - The German Internet Institute. https://doi.org/10.34669/wi.ws/11

Vaughan, M. (2019). Talking about tax: the discursive distance between 38 Degrees and GetUp. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 17(2), 114–129. https://doi.org/10.1080/19331681.2019.1705220

Trevisan, F., Bello, B., Vaughan, M., & Vromen, A. (2019). Mobilizing personal narratives: The rise of digital “story banking” in U.S. grassroots advocacy. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 17(2), 146–160. https://doi.org/10.1080/19331681.2019.1705221

Vaughan, M. (2019). Scale shift in international tax justice: comparing the UK and Australia from 2008 to 2016. Social Movement Studies, 18(6), 735–753. https://doi.org/10.1080/14742837.2019.1607283

Vaughan, M. (2019). Same-Sex Marriage and Its Implications for Australian Democracy. In M. Evans, M. Grattan, & B. McCaffrie (Hg.), From Turnbull to Morrison: Understanding the Trust Divide. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

Halpin, D., Vromen, A., Vaughan, M., & Raissi, M. (2018). Online petitioning and politics: the development of Change.org in Australia. Australian Journal of Political Science, 53(4), 428–445. https://doi.org/10.1080/10361146.2018.1499010

Vaughan, M., Vromen, A., & Martin, F. (2018). Engagement and interaction with online news: a case study of housing affordability discussions on Facebook. Media International Australia. https://doi.org/10.1177/1329878X18782998

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