(Anouk) AE Mols

(Anouk) AE Mols
PhD candidate Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
M8-16
Email
mols@eshcc.eur.nl

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Anouk Mols (1987) is a PhD candidate at the Department of Media & Communication of the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Under supervision of Dr Jason Pridmore and Prof. Susanne Janssen, she studies how users of mobile technologies develop mental models of privacy. Examples of such mobile technologies are neighbourhood watch WhatsApp groups and intelligent personal assistants. Anouk’s PhD research is part of the NWO funded project *Mapping Privacy and Surveillance Dynamics in Emerging Mobile Ecosystems: Practices and Contexts in the Netherlands and US, *which is conducted in collaboration with the University of Maryland and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Anouk received a Bachelor’s degree in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam, followed by a Master’s degree in Media Studies and a research master’s degree in Sociology of Culture, Media and the Arts from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. After graduation, she started as a lecturer at the Media & Communication department, a position she happily fulfilled for two years. In addition, she worked as a Research Assistant for Dr Jason Pridmore for ten months, facilitating the development and construction of three Horizon 2020 research proposals about cybersecurity, surveillance and radicalisation.

Anouk's research interests include privacy, surveillance, and media debates. She is particularly interested in attitudes toward privacy in relation to mobile technologies, public safety, control over personal information, commercial data collection, and governmental surveillance.

 

  • Anouk Mols (2021) - Citizen Participation in Community Surveillance: Mapping the Dynamics of WhatsApp Neighbourhood Crime Prevention Practices - doi: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5849-2.ch007 - IGI Global

  • Y (Yuting) Liao, Anouk Mols, J Vitak, M Zimmer, Daniel Trottier, PC Kumar & Jason Pridmore (2020) - When Does Data Collection and UseBecome a Matter of Concern? A Cross Cultural Comparison of American and Dutch People’s Privacy Attitudes
  • Jason Pridmore & Anouk Mols (2019) - “Hey, Why Didn’t You Respond?”Mobile Messaging and Everyday Boundary Work Practices

  • Anouk Mols (2018) - Checking my messages and myself: Privacy negotiations, management strategies and everyday practices in the use of messaging apps
  • Anouk Mols & Jason Pridmore (2018) - “Work and personal life, they just blur together” Messaging apps and the amplification of workplace surveillance and context collapse
  • Anouk Mols (2018) - Dutch citizen surveillance in networked policing practices
  • Anouk Mols & Jason Pridmore (2017) - Citizens, safety and the precariousness of digital community initiatives
  • Anouk Mols (2017) - Dissolving distinctions: exploring surveillance and privacy dimensions of mobile messaging in the Netherlands
  • Anouk Mols, Jason Pridmore & Daniel Trottier (2017) - Watching our neighbours: The negotiation of privacy in neighbourhoods
  • Anouk Mols (2017) - Mobile privacy and surveillance: Evaluating users’ everyday negotiations and practices
  • Anouk Mols (2016) - An ounce of privacy: Privacy attitudes in public debates
  • Anouk Mols (2015) - "Not interesting enough to be followed by the NSA”: The framing and distribution of privacy attitudes in a 2013 Dutch public debate
  • Anouk Mols (2015) - “Not interesting enough to be followed by the NSA”: A frame analysis of the Dutch public debate about the NSA revelations in 2013
  • Anouk Mols (2015) - “Spionage kan ons weinig schelen”: Een frame-analyse van het Nederlandse publieke debat over de NSA onthullingen in 2013.
  • Anouk Mols & Aleid Fokkema (2014) - Junglepoes, terrorist of vrijheidsstrijder. Een kritische analyse van de berichtgeving over Tanja Nijmeijer in 2012.

  • Anouk Mols (2 december 2019) - Doorbell Cameras Are Popular, But Should We Be Sharing The Videos Online? - interview
  • Anouk Mols (17 december 2018) - Spitsuur - short interview
  • Anouk Mols (12 december 2018) - Hoe kunnen we slim omgaan met smart speakers? - Video interview vanuit Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • Anouk Mols (30 oktober 2018) - Wie is er bang voor Google Home? - Interview vanuit Erasmus University Rotterdam

  • AE (Anouk) Mols (2019) - “Work and personal life, they just blur together” Messaging apps and the amplification of workplace surveillance and context collapse - ICSI 2019
  • Anouk Mols (2018) - Mapping Privacy and Surveillance Dynamics in Emerging Mobile Ecosystems: Practices and Contexts in the Netherlands and US - Roundtable: Smartphone ecosystems, Amsterdam Privacy Conference
  • Anouk Mols (2018) - Mapping Privacy and Surveillance Dynamics in Emerging Mobile Ecosystems: Context and Practices In the Netherlands and US - US-NL Workshop Cyber Security Research in The Hague
  • Anouk Mols (2017) - Materialised (dis)trust: Mapping the dynamics of WhatsApp neighbourhood watchfulness practices - Surveillance Studies Centre Seminar
  • Jason Pridmore & Anouk Mols (2017) - Consumer Surveillance in a Platform Society - Guest lecture IBCoM CM2066 Privacy, Surveillance and New Media Technologies

  • Anouk Mols (2019) - When Citizens Are “Actually Doing Police Work" - Smart Cities Chair Master Class Hyperlocal Networks and Initiatives

Internship

Level
BA-2
Year
2021
Year Level
BA-2
Course Code
CM3041

Bachelor Thesis Class

Level
BA-3
Year
2021
Year Level
BA-3
Course Code
CM3051

Master Class

Year
2021
Year Level
MA, MA, MA, MA
Course Code
CM4500

Bachelor Thesis

Level
BA-3
Year
2021
Year Level
BA-3
Course Code
CM3050

Media and Communication Theory

Year
2021
Year Level
Pre-master, Pre-master, BA-2, Minor, Pre-master, BA-2, Pre-master
Course Code
CM0004
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    Smart speakers zoals Google Home zijn in opkomst. Maar zijn deze permanent meeluisterende apparaten te vertrouwen? En hoe gaan we er slim mee om? Anouk Mols…
  • Wie is er bang voor Google Home?

    Hey, Google, luister je me af? Anouk Mols, promovendus aan de Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication, onderzoekt of we bang zijn voor Siri en…

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