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Publications & Presentations

Last up-dated June 2011

Refereed
Coopman, T. M. (2011) Networks of dissent: Emergent forms in media based collective action. Critical Studies in Media Communication 28(2)


Coopman, T.M. (2009). Toward a pervasive communication environment perspective. First Monday 14. Available at: firstmonday.org


Coopman, T. M. (2007). Spectrum wars: Bridging factionalism in the fight for free radio. In L. R. Frey & K. M. Carragee (Eds.), Communication activism, Vol. 2: Communication for social change. (pp. 223-254). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.


Graham, E. S., Domke, D., Coe, K., John, S. L., & Coopman, T. M. (2006). Follow the leader: The Bush administration, new media, and the U.S.A. Patriot Act. Political Communication 23, 291-312.


Coopman, T. M. (2005). Dissentworks: Identity and emergent dissent as network structures. In M. Consalvo & M. Allen (Eds.), Internet Research Annual (Vol. 2, pp. 107-122). New York: Peter Lang.


Coopman, T. M. (2004). Alternative alternatives: Free media, dissent, and emergent activist networks. In A. Opel & D. Pompper (Eds.), Representing resistance: Media, civil disobedience and the global justice movement (pp. 192-208). Westport, CT: Greenwood.


Coopman, T. M. (2000). Hardware handshake: Listserv forms backbone of national free radio network. American Communication Journal, 3(3). Available at: acjournal.org


Coopman, T. M. (2000). Dunifer v. the FCC: A case study of micro broadcasting. Journal of Radio Studies, 2, 287-309.


Coopman, T. M. (1999). FCC enforcement difficulties with unlicensed micro radio. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 43, 582-602.


Invited

Coopman, T. M. (2003). Sphericules and fragments: Minding the gaps. American Communication Journal, 6(4). Available at: acjournal.org

Books
Coopman, T. M. (2000). High speed access: Micro radio, action, and activism on the internet. American Communication Journal, 3(3). Available at: acjournal.org


Coopman, S. J., & Coopman, T. M. (forthcoming). The evolving art of human communication. Boston, Mass.: Cengage Learning.

Book Reviews
Coopman, T. M. (2006). Applied ethics in internet research. M. Thorseth (Ed). Trondheim, Norway: NTNU University Press (2003). In The Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies. Available at: http://rccs.usfca.edu/default.asp

Coopman, T. M. (2002). Rebels on the air: An alternative history of radio in America. Walker, J. New York: New York University Press (2001). In American Communication Journal, 5(3). Available at: acjournal.org


Coopman, T. M. (2001). American broadcasting and the first amendment: Another look. Tillinghast, C. S. Ames, IA: Iowa State Press (2000). In Southern Communication Journal, 66, 351-352.


Trade Publications

Coopman, T. M. (2011, June). Building resistance one byte at a time. Communication Currents6(3). National Communication Association.


Coopman, T. M. (2005, December). 10 tips on how to be a highly productive graduate student. International Communication Association (ICA) Newsletter 33(10), pp. 7, 10.


Coopman, T. M. (2000). Fight predatory corporations: Honor Borders Books boycott. Primer 2000: Back to School Guide, University of California Santa Cruz, p. 52.


Coopman, T. M. (1997). So, you want to free the airwaves? Risks & strategies you should know before you broadcast. About.com Guide to Pirate/Free Radio. Available at: radio.about.com

Convention and Conference Papers

Coopman, T. M. (2010, October). Persistence in resistance: Consistency, churn, and defining success in the global Independent Media Center Network. Paper presented at the Internet Research conference, Gothenburg, Sweden.


Coopman, T.M. (2009, October). Networks as infrastructures of dissent: Appling a new theory of collective action. Paper presented at the Internet Research conference, Milwaukee, WI.


Coopman, T.M. (2009, May). Toward a pervasive communication environment perspective.Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, Chicago, IL.


Coopman, T.M. (2009, May). Missions and methods: A comparative analysis of the global Indymedia network. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, Chicago, IL.


Coopman, T.M. (2009, May). Networks of dissent: Emergent forms in media based collective action. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, Chicago, IL.


Coopman, T.M. (2008, November). Micro radio and the internet: Dissent network formation in media based collective action. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, San Diego, CA.

Coopman, T.M. (2007, November). Autonomism, DIY culture, and transversal dissent: Parallel infrastructure as a tactic for political expression. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, Chicago, IL.


Coopman, T.M. (2007, October). Death in Oaxaca: Distributed mobilization in the global indymedia network. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Vancouver, BC.


Coopman, T.M. (2007, May). Freeing speech: IBOC-DAB and potential impacts on First Amendment exclusions for broadcasting. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, San Francisco, CA.


Lagos, T., Coopman, T. M., & Tomhave, J.T. (2007, February). Parallel polis: Towards a theoretical framework of the modern public sphere and the structural advantages of the internet to foster parallel institutions. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association convention, Seattle, WA.


Coopman, T.M. (2007, February). Twenty years and counting: Free radio and infrastructures of dissent. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association convention, Seattle, WA.


Coopman, T. M. (2006, November). Indymedia: Emergent global media infrastructures. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, San Antonio, TX.


Coopman, T.M. (2006, November). Where the byte meets the broadband: Emergent praxis and theory in small groups online. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, San Antonio, TX.


Coopman, T. M. (2006, October). Dumping dichotomies: Embracing the pervasive communication environment. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.


Coopman, T. M. (2006, October). Indymedia as a global free media infrastructure. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.


Coopman, T. M. (2005, November). Weak is the new strong: Weak ties, communication networks, and collective action. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, Boston, MA.


Coopman, T. M. (2005, October). Technologies of dissent: New media, free media, and parallel media infrastructures. Paper presented at Association of Internet Researchers conference, Chicago, IL.


Coopman, T. M. (2004, November). Radio is my bomb: Anarchism, American free radio, and a new approach to old media. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, Chicago, IL.

Coopman, T. M. (2004, November). So long and thanks for the digital infrastructure: Porting resistance to globalization. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, Chicago, IL.


Coopman, T. M. (2004, October). Ubiquitous resistance: Complex systems and the Infrastructures of dissent. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Brighton, UK.


Tatum, C., & Coopman, T. M. (2004, October). Resistance for the rest of us: Apple, file sharing, and the transversal paradox. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Brighton, UK.


Coopman, T. M. (2004, May). Obey little, resist much: Dissent networks and distributed resistance. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, New Orleans, LA.


Coopman, T. M. (2004, May). In search of dissentworks: Charting emergent resistance networks. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, New Orleans, LA.


Coopman, T. M. (2004, February). Spectrum wars: Bridging factionalism in the fight for free radio. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association convention, Albuquerque, New Mexico.


Coopman, T. M. (2003, October). Dissentworks: Identity and emergent dissent as network structures. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Toronto.


Coopman, T. M. (2002, November). Real alternatives: Dissent and emergent free media. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, New Orleans, LA.


Coopman, T. M. (2002, November). Lies, damn lies, and statistics: Congress, selective science, and the destruction of low power radio. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, New Orleans, LA.


Coopman, T. M. (2002, November). Seizing the means of obstruction: Anarchism, technology, and the globalization of dissent. Paper presented at the National Communication Association convention, New Orleans, LA.


Coopman, T. M. (2002, February). What's the alternative? Contrasting public, college, and free radio in Santa Cruz, CA. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association convention, Long Beach, CA.


Coopman, T. M. (2001). Power 2 the people: Is p2p the "killer app." for alternative media? Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Minneapolis, MN.


Coopman, T. M. (2000, April). High speed access: Micro radio, action, and activism on the internet. Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association convention, Detroit, MI.


Coopman, T. M. (2000, February). Herding cats: Anarchism, organization, and free radio. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association convention, Sacramento, CA.


Coopman, T. M. (1999, February). Defining public interest in the micro radio debate: Canadian v. U.S. policies. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association convention, Vancouver, BC.


Coopman, T. M. (1998, October). Hardware handshake: Listserv forms backbone of national free radio network. Paper presented at the American Communication Association convention, Reno, NV.


Coopman, T. M. (1998, April). Rogue scholar manifesto 1.0. Paper presented at the Southern States Communication Association convention, San Antonio, TX.


Coopman, T. M. (1997, November). Free radio vs. the FCC: A case study of micro broadcasting. Paper presented at the Speech Communication Association convention, Chicago, IL.


Coopman, T. M. (1997, November). New scholarship for a new media: Reaching the people through the people's networks. Paper presented at the Speech Communication Association convention, Chicago, IL.


Coopman, T. M. (1997, February). Pirates to micro broadcasters: The rise of the micro radio movement. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association convention, Monterey, CA.


Coopman, T. M. (1996, November). Regulation and emerging micro media: FCC enforcement difficulties with micro radio. Paper presented at the Speech Communication Association convention, San Diego, CA.


Convention/Conference Panels Organized

Resistance and Technology Roundtable Part 1: Regulation, Structure, and Resistance. A roundtable to be presented at the Internet Research conference, Seattle, WA 2011


CMS Futures: The way ahead for Course Management Systems. A roundtable on the future of Classroom Learning Systems presented at the Internet Research conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2010.


The Triumph of Collective Action? A roundtable on the impact of collective action on online organizing presented at the Internet Research conference, Milwaukee, WI, 2009.


Survivor: Graduate School - A Roundtable on Coping with the Challenges of the Graduate School "Experience." Panel presented at Association of Internet Researchers conference, Vancouver, BC, 2007


Micro Radio: Still Free After LPFM? Panel presented at the Western States Communication Association convention, Seattle, WA, 2007


Byte Me! Digital Media as an Activist Critique and Parallel Mediasphere. Panel presented at Association of Internet Researchers conference, Brisbane, Australia, 2006.


Revolution or Reform Roundtable: Can We Dare to Want it All? Roundtable discussion presented at the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Chicago, IL, 2005.


Not your Parents' Social Movement: Media, Culture, and Consumerism in an Age of Transversal Dissent. Panel presented at the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Brighton, UK, 2004.


Alternative Publics, Emergent Networks, and Computer-Mediated Mobilization. Panel presented at the International Communication Association conference, New Orleans, LA 2004.


Rogue Scholars Roundtable V: Communication, Action, and Policy. Panel sponsored by the Applied Communication Division for the National Communication Association convention, New Orleans, LA 2002.


Rogue Scholars Roundtable IV: The Virtual Menace. Panel sponsored by the Vice-President of the Central States Communication Association convention, Detroit, MI 2000.


Rogue Scholars Roundtable III: Return of the Rogue Scholar. Panel sponsored by the Communication Theory Division for the Southern States Communication Association convention, San Antonio, TX 1998.


Rogue Scholars Roundtable II: The Rogue Scholar Strikes Back. Panel sponsored by the Applied Communication Division for the Speech Communication Association convention, Chicago, IL 1997.


Rogue Scholars Roundtable I: Out of the Tower and into the Streets. Panel sponsored by the Communication Theory and Research Interest Group for the Western States Communication Association convention, Monterey, CA 1997.

 

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