Journal articles

Jamieson, J., (2016). Many (to platform) to many: Web 2.0 application infrastructures. First Monday, 21(6).

Book chapters

Jamieson, J., & Boase, J., Kobayashi, K. (Forthcoming). Multiplying the medium: Tie Strength, social role, and mobile media multiplexity. In B. Foucault-Wells & S. González-Bailón (Eds.), Handbook of Communication in the Networked Age. Oxford University Press.

Jamieson, J., & Boase, J. ( 2016). Listening to social rhythms: Exploring interactional, time stamped data using sonification. In L. Sloan and A. Quan-Haase (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of social media research methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Conference presentations

Jamieson, J., Yamashita, N., Boase, J., (Forthcoming 2017, September). Identifying problems and support opportunities: Learning from a unique group of foreign students. 16th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2017. Mumbai, India, September 25-29, 2017.

Jamieson, J. (Forthcoming 2017, May). Contesting, co-opting, and compromising with the ‘corporate web’: Tracing the development of alternatives to platforms. ? Distribution Matters preconference at 67th Annual conference of the International Communication Association. San Diego, CA.

Boase, J., Jamieson, J., Kobayashi, T. (2016, August). Disentangling social role, tie strength, and media multiplexity: An analysis of logged mobile data. American Sociological Association’s 111th Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA, August 20-23 2016.

Jamieson, J. (2016, June) Does Reddit afford ethical journalism? 66th Annual conference of the International Communication Association.  Fukuoka, Japan.

Jamieson, J., Boase, J., Kobayashi, T. (2015, June) Using sonification to explore texting response time in time stamped interactional data.  CAIS/ACSI & LRI 2015 Conference.  Ottawa, ON.

Jamieson, J., Boase, J., Kobayashi, T.  (2015, May). The faster the response, the stronger the bond? Dimensions of relational closeness and texting response time [poster presentation]. 65th Annual conference of the International Communication Association.  San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Boase, J., Jamieson, J. (2014, May). E-Rhythms and the good life, 64th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. Seattle, WA, May 22-26.

Jamieson, J. (2014, May). The woman’s hand in Japanese cellphone novels.  Canadian Communication Association Annual Meeting. Saint Catharines, ON.

Jamieson, J. (2014, Apr). Technological imagination and cell phone novel authors in Japan. Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL.

Jamieson, J. (2013, Oct). The social construction of Japanese mobile phones. Global Fusion Conference. Carbondale, IL.

Other publications

Jamieson, J., & Boase, J. (2015). Keitai and Japanese adolescents. Encyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior. IGI Global.

Jamieson, J. (2016).  What Does Data Sound Like?  An Overview of Data Sonification. Open Shelf. Ontario Library Association.

Other presentations

Boase, J., Jamieson, J., (2016, October). E-Rhythms. Research in Progress series. University of Toronto.

Takatsu, & Jamieson, J. (2015, May). Transcending print: Online literature, cell phone novels & transmedia culture [workshop]. Pages Unbound Festival 2015.  Toronto, Canada.

Jamieson, J., (2015, April).  Building a System for Data Sonification [poster presentation].  PhD Research Days, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.  Toronto, ON.

Jamieson, J. (2015, Feb). Why the heck would anyone write a full-length novel on their phone!? [invited talk] Book release event for ‘Secondhand Memories’ by Takatsu. Windup Bird Café, Toronto, ON.

Jamieson, J., (2013, Dec). The affective relationship between cell phone authors and medium. Future Communications Symposium 2013.  Toronto, Canada.

Moore, P., Stier, J., Lyubchenko, I., Morais, A.R., Jamieson, J., & Forbes, J. (2013, Dec). Media matters: Materialist perspectives in communication studies.  Future Communications Symposium 2013.  Toronto, Canada.

Jamieson, J., (2013, Nov). Mobile phone practices in Japan. [Teleconference lecture].  Furman University, Greenville, SC.