forthcoming. “Data Ops, Objectivity, and Outsiders.” Political Communication
2019. “Data Campaigning: Between Empirics and Assumptions” Internet Policy Review 8(4). OPEN ACCESS: https://policyreview.info/articles/analysis/data-campaigning-between-empirics-and-assumptions
2019. “The Technological Performance of Populism.” New Media & Society. Online First: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1461444818797591. PDF of proofs here
2017. “The Myths of Data-Driven Campaigning.” Political Communication: The Forum 34(4). [On Trump and Clinton’s 2016 data operations] PDF of pre-proofs version here
2018 “Data-driven Campaigning” in New Agendas : Big Data in Political Communication ed Talia Stroud. New York: Routledge. PDF of proofs here.
2017. “Politics 2.0” in Sage Handbook of Social Media eds. Jean Burgess, Alice Marwick, and Thomas Poell. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. PDF of proofs here.
Baldwin-Philippi, J. (November 2015). “The Cult(ure) of Analytics in 2014” in Campaign 2014: Media Message and Mobilization eds. John Allen Hendricks and Dan Schil. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
2013. Gordon, Baldwin-Philippi, Balestra “Why We Engage: How Theories of Human Behavior Contribute to our Understanding of Civic Engagement” Berkman Center Research Publican #21 https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/Papers.cfm?abstract_id=2343762
2014. Gordon, E. and Baldwin-Philippi, J. “Civic Learning Through Civic Gaming: Community PlanIt and the development of trust and reflective participation.” International Journal of Communication. 8: 759–786. Access online: http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/2195/1100
2013. Gordon, E and Baldwin-Philippi, J. “Making a Habit Out of Engagement: How the Culture of Open Data Is Reframing Civic Life” in Code for America Open Data Anthology New York: O’Reilly Media.
2013. Baldwin-Philippi, J. and Gordon, E. “Designing Citizen Relationship Management Systems to Cultivate Good Civic Habits.” Boston Area Research Initiative Policy Brief. http://www.bostonarearesearchinitiative.net/policy-briefs.php
2013. Baldwin-Philippi, J., Gordon, E., Jacob, N., and C. Osgood. Design Action Research with Government: A guidebook. MacArthur Foundation Report. http://engagementgamelab.org/pdfs/darg
2013. Baldwin-Philippi, Jessica. “Constructing skeptical citizens: How campaign microsites foster new ways of engaging political information and understanding citizenship” Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10(3). http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/witp20/current#.UkQd-mTXgU0
2012. Using Technology, Building Democracy: How Political Campaigns’ Uses of Digital Media Reflect Shifting Norms of Citizenship. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrievable from ProQuest.
(2011). “New Approaches to the Study of Communication Technologies: Bringing Science and Technology Studies to bear in Communication Studies Research” Communication Research Trends. Access article online here.
Bachen, C., Raphael, C., Lynn, K., Baldwin-Philippi, J., McKee, K. (2010) “Games for Civic Learning: A Conceptual Framework and Agenda for Research and Design.” Games and Culture. 5(2): 199-235. Access article online: http://gac.sagepub.com/content/5/2/199
Raphael, C., Bachen, C., Lynn, K., McKee, K., Philippi, J., (2008). “Civic Engagement, Pedagogy, and Information Technology on Web Sites for Youth.” Political Communication. 25(3): 290-310. Access article online: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10584600802197525
Raphael, C., Bachen, C., Lynn, K., Baldwin-Philippi, J., McKee, K. (2006) “Portrayals of Information and Communication Technology on World Wide Web Sites for Girls. Journal of Computer- Mediated Communication. 11(3). http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol11/issue3/raphael.html