J Nathan Matias

Civic Media
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Whose Death Matters? A Quantitative Analysis of Media Attention to Deaths of Black Americans in Police Confrontations, 2013–2016

Zuckerman, E., Matias, J., Bhargava, R., Bermejo, F., & Ko, A. (2019). Whose Death Matters? A Quantitative Analysis of Media Attention to Deaths of Black Americans in Police Confrontations, 2013–2016. International Journal Of Communication, 13, 27. Retrieved from https://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/8782

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Governing Human and Machine Behavior in an Experimenting Society

Matias, J. N. (2017). Governing Human and Machine Behavior in an Experimenting Society (Thesis). Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Making Drones Civic: Values and Design Principles for Civic Technology

Graeff, Erhardt and J. Nathan Matias. 2015. ‘Making Drones Civic: Values and Design Principles for Civic Technology.’ Presented during the “Unmanned Rights: Drone Use By Civil Society” panel at ISA 56th Annual Convention, New Orleans, Feb 20.

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Challenges for Personal Behavior Change Research on Information Diversity

Matias, J. Nathan, Agapie, Elena, D’Ignazio, Catherine, and Graeff, Erhardt. 2014. ‘Challenges for Personal Behavior Change Research on Information Diversity.’ CHI 2014 Workshop on Personalizing Behavior Change Technologies.

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Networked Tactics for Gender Representation in the News

Matias, J. N. "Networked Tactics for Gender Representation in the News"