dr. D. Trottier

dr. D. Trottier

Associate Professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
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Erasmus University Rotterdam
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trottier@eshcc.eur.nl

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D. Trottier (2018). Scandal mining: political nobodies and remediated visibility. Media Culture & Society (online). doi: 10.1177/0163443717734408

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Daniel Trottier is an Associate Professor at the Department of Media and Communication of Erasmus University Rotterdam.

His current research considers the use of digital media for the purposes of scrutiny, denunciation and shaming. Daniel is the PI of a five-year NWO-funded project on this topic, entitled “Digital Vigilantism: Mapping the terrain and assessing societal impacts”. He is also participating in a joint NSF/NWO project on mobile privacy, and has previously participated in two European Commission projects on security, privacy and digital media. Daniel has authored several articles in peer-reviewed journals on this and other topics, as well as Social Media as Surveillance with Ashgate in 2012, Identity Problems in the Facebook Era with Routledge in 2013, and Social Media, Politics and the State (co-edited with Christian Fuchs) with Routledge in 2014.

Daniel previously held appointments as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Social and Digital Media at the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI), University of Westminster, as well as Postdoctoral Fellowships in the Department of Informatics and Media at Uppsala University Sweden, and the Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta, Canada.

Daniel completed a PhD in Sociology at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada. His doctoral research focused on the impact of digital media on interpersonal and institutional surveillance practices. Daniel obtained a BA in Psychology and Sociology at McGill University, and a MA in Sociology at Concordia University, both in Montreal, Canada.

      • D. Trottier (2013). Identity problems in the Facebook Era. New York: Routledge
      • D. Trottier (2012). Social Media as Surveillance: Rethinking Visibility in a Converging World. Farnham: Ashgate
        • D. Trottier (2016). Caring for the virtual self on social media: Managing visibility on Facebook. In I. van der Ploeg & J. Pridmore (Eds.), Digitizing Identities: Doing Identity in a Networked World (pp. 60-76). London: Routledge
        • D. Trottier (2014). Big Data Ambivalence: Visions and Risks in Practice. In M. Hand & S. Hillyard (Eds.), Qualitative Approaches to Digital Research (pp. 51-72). Emerald Publishers
        • D. Trottier (2014). Crowds and Crowdsourcing. In J.B. Holbrook & C. Mitcham (Eds.), Ethics, Science, Technology, and Engineering: A Global Resource, 2nd edition. Thompson Learning
        • D. Trottier (2014). Theorising Social Media, Politics and the State: An Introduction. In D. Trottoer & C. Fuchs (Eds.), Social Media, Politics and the State: Protests, Revolutions, Riots, Crime and Policing in the Age of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube (pp. 3-38). New York: Routledge
        • D. Trottier (2014). Vigilantism and Power-Users: Police and User-led Investigations on Social Media. In Social Media, Politics and the State: Protests, Revolutions, Riots, Crime and Policing in the Age of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube
        • V. Steeves, D. Lyon & D. Trottier (2014). From Them to us – Surveillance as Participation. In C.J. Bennett, K.D. Haggerty, D. Lyon & V. Steeves (Eds.), Transparent Lives: Surveillance in Canada (pp. 167-182). Edmonton: University of Athabasca Press
        • C. Fuchs & D. Trottier (2013). The Internet as Surveilled Workplayplace and Factory. In S. Gutwirth, P. De Hert, R. Leenes & Y. Poullet (Eds.), European Data Protection: Coming of Age (pp. 33-58). Dordrecht: Springer
        • D. Trottier (2015). Sharing the Self. In Auto: Self-Representation and Digital Photography (pp. 83-89). Stockholm: Publisher Art and Theory Publishing
        • D. Trottier (2014). Impact Assessment of Social Network Monitoring and Analysis Systems (SNMAS). (Extern rapport). : RESPECT Project (EC Grant no. 285582)
        • D. Trottier (2013). Cost and Convenience Report of Social Network Monitoring and Analysis Systems (SNMAS). (Extern rapport). : RESPECT Project (EC Grant no. 285582)
        • C. Fuchs & D. Trottier (2013). Social Media Surveillance & Society. (Extern rapport, no 8). : PACT Privacy & Security Research Paper Series
        • D. Trottier (2012). An Inventory and Evaluation of CCTV Internet Crowd-sourcing. (Extern rapport, no 4). : PACT Privacy & Security Research Paper Series
        • D. Clément, W. Silver & D. Trottier (2012). The Evolution of Human Rights in Canada. (Extern rapport). : Canadian Human Rights Commission
        • D. Trottier (2012). Inventory of Social Network Monitoring and Analysis Systems (SNMAS). (Extern rapport). : RESPECT Project (EC Grant no. 285582)
        • D. Trottier (2014). Social Media Analytics: A Social Scientific Perspective. (Extern rapport). House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee: Social Media Data and Real Time Analytics Inquiry
      • D. Trottier (2015, mei 22). Invited lecture Digital Vigilantism: Visibility as a Weapon. Paris, Centre de Recherches Internationales, Science Po.
      • D. Trottier & C. Fuchs (Ed.). (2014). Social Media, Politics and the State: Protests, Revolutions, Riots, Crime and Policing in the Age of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. New York: Routledge
      • D. Trottier (2017). Review of Barney, Coleman, Ross, Sterne, and Tembeck’s The Participatory Condition in the Digital Age [Bespreking van het boek The Participatory Condition in the Digital Age]. Surveillance & Society, 15(5), 695-697.
      • D. Trottier (2014). Review of Leistert’s Between Protest and Surveillance: The Political Rationality of Mobile Media [Bespreking van het boek Between Protest and Surveillance: The Political Rationality of Mobile Media]. Surveillance & Society, 12(4), 602-603.
      • D. Trottier (2013). Review of America Identified: Biometric Technology and Society. [Bespreking van het boek America Identified: Biometric Technology and Society]. Information, Communication and Society (online), 16(1), 149-151.
      • D. Trottier (2012). Review of Allmer’s Towards a Critical Theory of Surveillance in Informational Capitalism [Bespreking van het boek Towards a Critical Theory of Surveillance in Informational Capitalism]. Surveillance & Society, 10(2), 202-203.
      • A.E. Mols, J.H. Pridmore & D. Trottier (2017). Watching our neighbours: The negotiation of privacy in neighbourhoods. TILTing Perspectives: Tilburg University, The Netherlands (2017, mei 19).
      • D. Trottier (2015). Keynote Interpersonal surveillance and user-led policing on social platforms. The Social Life of Big Data conference: Edith Cowan University, Perth (2015, juni 2).
      • D. Trottier (2013). Surveillance Studies Network 2013 book prize. Overig.
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    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of Media and Communication
    Country
    The Netherlands
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