(Joyce) J.L.D. Neys MSc

(Joyce) J.L.D. Neys MSc

(external) researcher Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
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Telephone
+31 10 4089111
Email
neys@eshcc.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

J.L.D. Neys (2015). Burgerschap en Games. Invited talk at Weten Wat werkt met ict in het onderwijs. Onderzoeksconferentie 2015 Kennisnet: Den Haag, Nederland (2015, juni 24).

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Joyce Neys is a PhD candidate at the Erasmus Research Centre for Media, Communication and Culture (ERMeCC) at Erasmus University Rotterdam and is a member of the PhD council of the Graduate School.

She is currently working on the research project Empowered Citizens: How New Media Facilitate Civic Engagement under supervision of prof. dr. Jeroen Jansz. The project investigates how citizens use different forms of new media as a political tool. In particular, I am interested in citizens who create their own media content, such as online political video games, political remix videos and political machinimas.

Neys is also a lecturer in the International Bachelor Communication and Media (IBCoM) programme at Erasmus University Rotterdam where she teaches Introduction to Statistical Analysis and the Research Workshop Learning by Doing: New Media and Civic Engagement as well as the MA seminar Participating Audiences.

For further information visit her blog New Media & Civic Engagement.

      • J. Jansz & J.L.D. Neys (2015). Online games player characteristics. In R. Mansell (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Digital Communication & Society (pp. 1-6). Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell[go to publisher's site]
      • J.L.D. Neys (2014). Encyclopedia entry: Political Remix. In K. Harvey (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics (pp. 1064-1066). London: Sage
      • J.L.D. Neys (2014). Encyclopedia entry: Social Media Political Gaming. In K. Harvey (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics (pp. 1171-1173). London: Sage
      • J.L.D. Neys (2014). Encyclopedia entry: Vote Different. In K. Harvey (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics (pp. 1335-1336). London: Sage
      • J.L.D. Neys (2013). Media Literacy: A Critical Introduction. [Bespreking van het boek Media Literacy: A Critical Introduction]. New Media & Society, 15(7), 1199-1201.
      • J.L.D. Neys (2011). Joystick Soldiers - The Politics of Play in Military Video Games [Bespreking van het boek Joystick Soldiers - The Politics of Play in Military Video Games]. Media Culture & Society (print), 33(5), 806-808.
      • J. von Engelhardt, J.L.D. Neys & J. Jansz (2012, september 28). PechaKucha presentation on Kony2012. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Discovery Festival 2012.
      • J.L.D. Neys (2015). Burgerschap en Games. Invited talk at Weten Wat werkt met ict in het onderwijs. Onderzoeksconferentie 2015 Kennisnet: Den Haag, Nederland (2015, juni 24).
      • J.L.D. Neys (2015). Media practices that empower? Exploring remix and political agency. ECREA Communication and Democracy Section Conference Political Agency in the Digital Age: Copenhagen, Denmark (2015, oktober 9 - 2015, oktober 10).
      • J.L.D. Neys & J. Jansz (2014). Political Remix Videos and civic engagement: Creating and watching critical content to engage with political matters and civic issues. Civic political engagement and public spheres in the new digital era: Paris (2014, juni 24 - 2014, juni 27).
      • J.L.D. Neys & J. Jansz (2014). Facilitating (behavioral) change with serious games: A first attempt at theorizing the field. Etmaal voor de Communicatiewetenschap: Wageningen (2014, februari 3 - 2014, februari 4).
      • J.L.D. Neys & J. Jansz (2014). Media practices that empower. Understanding political remix videos and their relation to civic engagement. ECREA conference: Lisbon (2014, november 11 - 2014, november 15).
      • J.L.D. Neys, J. van Looy, F. de Grove & J. Jansz (2012). Poverty is not a game: Behavioral changes and long term effects after playing PING. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap: Leuven, Belgium (2012, februari 9 - 2012, februari 10).
      • J.L.D. Neys, J. van Looy, F. de Grove & J. Jansz (2012). Poverty is not a game: Behavioral changes and long term effects after playing PING. 62th International Communication Association (ICA) Conference: Phoenix, USA (2012, mei 25 - 2012, mei 27).
      • A. Lombana Bermudez, N.I. Levy & J.L.D. Neys (2011). Practicing Information/Media/Digital Fluency: Designing Learning Activities For and With Youth. MobilityShifts Conference: New York, USA (2011, oktober 10 - 2011, oktober 16).
      • J. Jansz, J.L.D. Neys, J. van Looy & F. de Grove (2011). Playing in School or at Home? An Exploration of the Effects of Context on Education Game Experience. 5th European Conference on Games Based Learning: Athene (2011, oktober 19 - 2011, oktober 21).
      • J. Jansz, J.L.D. Neys & E.S.H. Tan (2011). Exploring Persistence in Gaming: The Role of Self-Determination and Social Identity. 61th International Communication Association (ICA) Conference: Boston (2011, mei 26 - 2011, mei 31).
      • J. Jansz & J.L.D. Neys (2011). Political Internet games: engaging an audience. Future and Reality of Gaming (FROG) conference: Vienna (2011, oktober 21 - 2011, oktober 23).
      • J.L.D. Neys, J. Jansz & E. Tan (2010). To persevere is to save the world: Exploring Expertise in Gaming. Fun and Games Conference: Leuven (2010, september 15 - 2010, september 17).
      • J.L.D. Neys & J. Jansz (2010). Political and social video mash-ups: Creating new critical readings with old material. DIY Citizenship Conference: Toronto (2010, november 12 - 2010, november 14).
      • J.L.D. Neys, J. Jansz & E. Tan (2010). Exploring Expertise in Gaming: A Self-Determination Approach. The Fourth International SDT Conference: Gent (2010, mei 13 - 2010, mei 16).
      • J.L.D. Neys & J. Jansz (2009). Political Internet games: engaging an audience. 59th International Communication Association (ICA) Conference: Chicago (2009, juni 20 - 2009, juni 25).
      • J.L.D. Neys (2009). Political internet games. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap: Nijmegen (2009, februari 12 - 2009, februari 13).
      • J.L.D. Neys (2015). Serieus gamen met wetenschappers. Radio Swammerdam, Amsterdam FM: Amsterdam, Nederland (2015, maart 22).
      • J.L.D. Neys, E.S.H. Tan & J. Jansz (2011). Best Paper Award - Exploring Persistence in Gaming: The Role of Self-Determination and Social Identity. 61st Conference International Communication Association (ICA): Boston (2011, mei 25 - 2011, mei 30). 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
    Telephone
    +31 10 4089111

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