Peer-reviewed journal articles
Magalhães, J.C. (2018 Do algorithms shape character? Considering algorithmic ethical subjectivation. Social Media + Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305118768301
Cammaerts, B., DeCillia, B., & Magalhães, J. C. (2017). Journalistic transgressions in the representation of Jeremy Corbyn: From watchdog to attackdog. Journalism. DOI: 1464884917734055.
Articles under preparation for submission
Anstead, N., Magalhães, J.C., Stupart, & R., Tambini, D. Facebook advertising in the 2017 United Kingdom General Election: The Uses and Limits of User-Generated Data.
Araújo, W., & Magalhães, J.C. Me, myself and “the algorithm”. How Twitter users employ the notion of “the algorithm” as a self-presentation frame.
Magalhães, J.C., & Yu, J. (2017). Algorithmic visibility – Elements of new regime of visibility.
Cammaerts, B., Decilia, B., Magalhães, J.C., Jimenez-Martínez, C. (2016). Journalistic Representations of Jeremy Corbyn in the British Press. Retrieved from http://www.lse.ac.uk/media-and-communications/research/research-projects/representations-of-jeremy-corbyn
Tambini, D., Anstead, N., & Magalhães, J.C. (2017). The final days of Labour’s Facebook GE2017 campaign. Retrieved from http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/2017/06/19/the-final-days-of-labours-facebook-ge2017-campaign/
Tambini, D., Anstead, N., & Magalhães, J.C. (2017). Is the Conservative Party deliberately distributing fake news in attack ads on Facebook? Retrieved from http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/2017/06/07/is-the-conservative-party-deliberately-distributing-fake-news-in-attack-ads-on-facebook/
Tambini, D., Anstead, N., & Magalhães, J.C. (2017). Labour’s advertising campaign on Facebook (or “Don’t Mention the War”). Retrieved from http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/2017/06/06/labours-advertising-campaign-on-facebook-or-dont-mention-the-war/
Tambini, D., Anstead, N., & Magalhães, J.C. (2017). How the Liberal Democrats are using Facebook ads to court ‘remainers’. Retrieved from http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/2017/05/24/how-the-liberal-democrats-are-using-facebook-ads-to-court-remainers/
Magalhães, J.C. (2017). Will a different Brazil emerge from its political crisis? Retrieved from https://blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/will-different-brazil-emerge-political-crisis/
Magalhães, J.C. (2016). Have the mass media fuelled Brazil’s turmoil? Retrieved from https://blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/mass-media-fuelled-brazils-turmoil/
Magalhães, J.C. (2014). A curious case – The Brazilian Internet Bill of Rights. Retrieved from http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/2014/03/04/a-curious-case-the-brazillian-internet-bill-of-rights/
Magalhães, J.C., Lubianco, J. (2014). Argentinian law highlights tensions between government and the media. Retrieved from http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/2013/11/27/argentine-law-highlights-tension-between-government-and-media/
Van der Spuy, A., Magalhães, J.C. (2014). ICANN50: Just Olympics for geeks or steps towards global governance? Retrieved from http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/2014/06/30/icann50-just-olympics-for-geeks-or-steps-towards-global-governance/
Magalhães, J.C. (2015). Critically imagining Internet governance: A qualitative content analysis of the Marco Civil da Internet public consultation. Media@LSE MSc Dissertation Series 2014
Journalistic publications (selected)
During my career at Folha de S.Paulo, I published more than 1,000 journalistic articles. An exhaustive list of them can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/y8vfgujo
Doctoral Summer School, Oxford Internet Institute
“’The algorithm is like an interaction’: Sociomaterial imaginaries of Facebook’s visibility regime.” Oxford, UK (2018).
ICA 2018 (peer-reviewed, with Jun Yu)
“The moral paradox of recognition on algorithmic social media.” Prague, Czech Republic (2018).
Workshop on social media and micro-targeting, University of Perugia
“Facebook advertising in the 2017 United Kingdom general election: The uses and limits of user-generated data”. Perugia, Italy (2018).
ECREA Symposium Digital Democracy: Critical Perspectives in the Age of Big Data (peer-reviewed).
“My Lovely seless Facebook bubble: Ambiguous perceptions of algorithm-driven political homophily and the emergence of a liminal political recognition in Brazil.” Stockholm, Sweden (2017).
Connected Life, Oxford Internet Institute (peer-reviewed, with Jun Yu)
“Algorithmic visibility: Elements of new regime of visibility”. Oxford, UK (2017).
IAMCR 2017 (peer-reviewed)
“My lovely useless Facebook bubble: Ambiguous perceptions of algorithm-driven political homophily and the emergence of a liminal political recognition in Brazil”. Cartagena, Colombia (2017).
ECPR Joint Sessions (peer-reviewed, with Jun Yu)
“Algorithmic visibility: Elements of new regime of visibility”. Nottingham, UK (2017).
ICA 2016 preconference Big Data Alternatives (peer-reviewed)
“The Regime of Ethics of Big Data”. Fukuoka, Japan (2016).