Publications

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Books

  

Ambinder, M., Henrichsen, J., & Rosati, C. (Eds.). (Forthcoming 2020). National Security, Journalism, and Law in the Age of Information Warfare. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.


Bell, E., & Owen, T. (Eds.) (with Khorana, S., & Henrichsen, J.). (2017). Journalism After Snowden: The Future of the Free Press in the Surveillance State. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.


Lisosky, J. M., & Henrichsen, J. (2011). War on Words: Who Should Protect Journalists? Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishers/Greenwood Press.

Journal Articles

  

Maris, E., Libert, T., & Henrichsen, J. (Forthcoming 2020). Tracking Sex: The Implications of Widespread Sexual Data Leakage and Tracking on Porn Websites. New Media and Society. Preprint: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1907.06520.pdf


Henrichsen, J. (Forthcoming 2020). Journalists’ Mnemonic Techniques and the Rise of Trumpism. Communication, Culture & Critique.


Henrichsen, J. (2019). Breaking Through the Ambivalence: Journalistic Responses to Digital Security Technologies. Digital Journalism, 1–19. doi:10.1080/21670811.2019.1653207


Henrichsen, J. (2018). Reimagining Journalism to Help Save Democracy and Fight Trumpism. Media Theory, 2(2), 1–16.


Lisosky, J. M., & Henrichsen, J. (2009). Don’t Shoot the Messenger: Protecting Journalists in Conflict Situations. Media, War and Conflict, 2(2), 129–148. 

Book Chapters

  

Henrichsen, J. (Forthcoming 2020). The Secret Political Economy of Surveillance Technologies. In Marc Ambinder, Jennifer R. Henrichsen, & Connie Rosati (Eds.), National Security, Journalism, and Law in the Age of Information Warfare. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 


Henrichsen, J. (2019). The Emergence of Contemporary Populisms and Mediated Discourses: An Introduction. In Nelson Ribeiro (Ed.), Media and Populism. Research Centre for Communication and Culture, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa. https://www.ascmediarisk.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Media-and-Populism-Ebook-Versao-Final.pdf


Henrichsen, J., & Yazbeck, N. (2017). Cues for Considering What Journalism Could Be. In Barbie Zelizer, What Journalism Could Be. Cambridge, MA: Polity Press.

Reports

  

Henrichsen, J. (Forthcoming 2020). The Future of Security Cultures in the Newsroom. Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University.


Henrichsen, J. (2018). World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development: Regional Overview of Western Europe and North America 2017/2018. UNESCO. https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000265967 


Henrichsen, J., & Bloch-Wehba, H. (2017). Electronic Communications Surveillance: What Journalists and Media Organizations Need to Know. Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. https://www.rcfp.org/resources/electronic-communications-surveillance/


Stremlau, N., Gagliardone, I., Henrichsen, J., Patel, A., Persey, O., & Popiel, P. (2016). Dangerous Speech Field Survey. (154-page report provided internally to grantor available upon request)


Henrichsen, J., Betz, M., & Lisosky, J. M. (2015). Building Digital Safety for Journalism: A Survey of Selected Issues. UNESCO. https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000232358


Henrichsen, J., & Baumgardt, T. (2011). 65th United Nations General Assembly Scorecard. Democracy Coalition Project. 


Henrichsen, J., & Baumgardt, T. (2010). Human Rights Council Report Card: Government Positions on Key Issues 2009–2010. Democracy Coalition Project.