Dr Amy Binns
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DON'T FEED THE TROLLS! Managing troublemakers in magazines' online communities
A Binns
Journalism practice 6 (4), 547-562, 2012
Fair game? Journalists’ experiences of online abuse
A Binns
Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies 6 (2), 183-206, 2017
Twitter city and Facebook village: Teenage girls' personas and experiences influenced by choice architecture in social networking sites
A Binns
Journal of Media Practice 15 (2), 71-91, 2014
Facebook's Ugly Sisters: Anonymity and Abuse on Formspring and Ask.fm
A Binns
Media Education Research Journal 4 (1), 27, 2013
And they thought papers were rude
A Binns, M Bateman
British Journalism Review 29 (4), 39-44, 2018
HIDDEN WYNDHAM: life, love, letters
A Binns
Grace Judson Press, 2019
Online trolls mustn’t be allowed to intimidate journalists
A Binns
The Conversation 5, 2017
New Heroines for New Causes: how provincial women promoted a revisionist history through post-suffrage pageants
A Binns
Women's History Review 27 (2), 221-246, 2018
Silenced by Free Speech: How cyberabuse affects debate and democracy
T Owen, W Noble, FC Speed
New perspectives on cybercrime, 159-174, 2017
Valley of a Hundred Chapels: Yorkshire Non-conformists' Lives and Legacies
A Binns
Grace Judson Press, 2013
Nobility, Duty and Courage: Propaganda and Inspiration in Interwar Women’s and Girls’ Pageants
A Binns
UCL Press, 2020
Death of a Watchdog: Reduced Coverage of Coroners’ Inquests by Local Media
A Binns, S Arnold
Journalism Practice, 1-19, 2020
The remoaner queen under attack: the trolling of Gina Miller
A Binns, M Bateman, J Mair
Abramis, 2018
Preliminary findings of hostility towards MPs on Twitter using sentiment analysis
A Binns, M Bateman
Committee for Standards in Public Life, 2017
Angela Bartie is Senior Lecturer in Scottish History at the University of Edinburgh. She was a Co-Investigator on the Redress of the Past historical pageants project.
A Binns, A Burns, L Fleming, M Freemanis, T Hulme, A Hutton, K Johnston, ...
Datasets associated with paper: Death of a Watchdog: Reduced Coverage of Coroners’ Inquests by Local Media
A Binns
UK MP Twitter Mentions (12/2016-5/2017)
M Bateman, A Binns
Noble Women and Great Women: Pageants in the post-suffrage era.
A Binns
Survey data produced as part of the research for Fair game? Journalists' experiences of online abuse
A Binns
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