2012 study in Journal of Communication showing how violence is less prevalent on YouTube than it is on network television.
2013 review of research literature in Digital Journalism about the rise of mobile devices and the response of news organizations.
2012 report report from the Georgia Tech Information Security Center and the Georgia Tech Research Institute on the greatest cybersecurity threats.
2012 report from the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism on the rise of mobile news and emerging data on audience habits and reading/buying patterns.
2012 review of scholarship on the Internet, social media and political activism around the world.
2011 report by the Pew Internet & American Life Project on the ways Americans use mobile phones.
2012 study in Archives of Sexual Behavior looking at the extent of the phenomenon among young people of texting revealing images to each other.
2012 survey from the Pew Internet and American Life Project investigating the extent to which cell phones are being used for online activities
2009 study from the National Graduate Institute of Policy Studies in World Development on how mobile technology can help farmers thrive.
2011 study by University of Oxford on global online dating practices, focusing on how the couples met, how they communicate, and the role of the Internet in their daily lives.