I work at the intersection of digital technologies, media sociology, and journalism studies (see my papers via Google Scholar). My research explores the digital transformation of news and media work, with a longstanding focus on human–technology interactions and media innovation processes. Most recently, I am studying how people experience news in everyday life and the nature of emergent threats to journalists as individuals and the press as institution.
For 2019-2020, I’m on research leave at the University of Oxford as a visiting fellow with the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
On this site, you can find:
- My bio, CV, and a list of publications;
- Occasional blog updates, with news on research and related things;
- An overview of my approach to research and teaching;
- My contact information, including profiles on Twitter (@sethclewis), Facebook, LinkedIn, and elsewhere
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