Sarah Young is a LEaDing Fellows postdoc (a Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND programme) and qualitative researcher exploring surveillance with emphasis in information, technical communication, rhetoric, and technology. Recent sites of inquiry are the incorporation of technology into (un)official processes, human/employee interaction with that technology, codes, digital superheroes and surveillance, background investigations and security clearances, predictive investigations, surveillance and technical communcation (pedagogy), mugshots and digital vigilantism, and social science implications of quantum networks. Media, Aritifical Intelligence, Privacy, and Surveillance/Security (MAPS) @ Erasmus
S.M. Young (2020). Your Digital Alter Ego – The Superhero/Villain You (Never) Wanted Transcending Space and Time. Computers and Composition: An International Journal, 55, 1-11. doi: 10.1016/j.compcom.2020.102543
S.M. Young (2019). Origin stories, surveillance, and digital alter egos. Screen bodies : An Interdisciplinary Journal of Experience, Perception, and Display, 4 (2), 93-110. doi: 10.3167/screen.2019.040207
S.M. Young (2019). Sousveillance on YouTube: Tactical Communication, Social Justice, and Law Enforcement Engagement. Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW): Pittsburgh, PA (2019, maart 12 - 2019, maart 13).
S.M. Young (2019). Staring Back at the System: Creating a Center for Surveillance Research [Blue Sky Paper]. iConference 2019: College Park, MD (2019, maart 31 - 2019, april 3).
S.M. Young (2019). Continuous Evaluation: Background Investigations, Classified Information, and Informing in the 21st Century. iConference 2019: College Park, MD (2019, maart 31 - 2019, april 3).
S.M. Young (2019). Performing Surveillance Pedagogy in a Writing Studies World: Go Ahead and Take my Picture, Google. Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC): Pittsburgh, PA (2019, maart 13 - 2019, maart 16).
S.M. Young (2019). Privacy, Background Investigations, and Social Media. European Communication Research and Education Association’s “The Politics of Privacy Workshop” (Presentation): Mainz, Germany (2019, december 5 - 2019, december 6).