dr. (Sarah) SM Young

dr. (Sarah) SM Young
Academic Researcher Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
young@eshcc.eur.nl

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Sarah Young is a LEaDing Fellows postdoc (a Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND programme) and qualitative researcher exploring  surveillance with emphasis in information, media & communication, and technical communication. Objects of inquiry are background investigations and security clearances, employee use of technology, predictive investigations, surveillance and technical communcation (pedagogy), and mugshots and digital vigilantism. www.sarahyoungphd.com

Sarah Young is a LEaDing Fellows postdoc (a Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND programme) and qualitative researcher exploring  surveillance with emphasis in information, media & communication, and technical communication. Objects of inquiry are background investigations and security clearances, employee use of technology, predictive investigations, surveillance and technical communcation (pedagogy), and mugshots and digital vigilantism. www.sarahyoungphd.com

      • 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). 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). 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). Police-Public Engagement: Cross-cultural Use of Social Media Platforms to Mobilise Citizens. EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND LEaDing Fellows Postdocs Programme Funded Postdoc Fellowship: (2019, augustus 15).
      • 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).
      • 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 (2018). The materiality of social media surveillance and the consequences for writing identity. Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference: Las Cruces, NM.
      • S.M. Young (2018). Extreme vetting: The consequences of surveillance and procedural rhetoric for immigration documents. Arizona Writing and Social Justice Conference: Tempe, AZ (2018, oktober 15 - 2018, februari 16).
      • S.M. Young & C.F. Brooks (2018). Affinity spaces and gamers: Time online and associated emotion. iConference 2018: Sheffield, UK (2018, maart 25 - 2018, maart 28).
      • S.M. Young (2018). More eyes on crime?: The rhetoric of mediated mugshots. Vigilant Audiences: An International Symposium on Scrutiny, Denunciation, and Shame: Rotterdam, Netherlands (2018, oktober 3 - 2018, oktober 4).
      • S.M. Young (2018). Social media, geotagging, and technical communication: Why surveillance matters. ATTW Conference: Kansas City, KS (2018, maart 13 - 2018, maart 14).
      • S.M. Young (2018). From coursework to profession: The personal website as a tool for lingering in discourse. CCCC: Kansas City, MO (2018, maart 14 - 2018, maart 17).
      • S.M. Young (2017). Common ground: The school garden for interdisciplinary project-based learning. CCCC: Portland, OR (2017, maart 15 - 2017, maart 18).
      • S.M. Young (2017). Why writing studies needs surveillance studies: Exploring digital rhetoric and social justice in FYC. ASU Composition Conference: Tempe, AZ.
      • S.M. Young (2017). The Rhetoric of Surveillance in Post-Snowden Background Investigation Policy Reform. Dissertation: Arizona State University - Tempe, AZ.
      • S.M. Young (2017). Whose agency do you work for?: Digital alter egos, quantified academics, and surveillance. Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference: Salt Lake City, UT (2017, oktober 26 - 2017, oktober 27).
      • S.M. Young (2016). The evolution of background investigations. Rhetoric Society of America: Atlanta, GA (2016, mei 27 - 2016, mei 29).
      • S.M. Young (2016). Potentially moving from margin to center: A report on Arizona State University Writing Programs’ ProMod interdisciplinary collaborations. CCCC: Houston, TX (2016, april 6 - 2016, april 10).
      • S.M. Young (2015). A no longer imagined community: The visibility of the online mug shot. Internet Research 16: The 16th Annual Meeting of the Association of Internet Researchers.: Phoenix, AZ, USA (2015, oktober 22 - 2015, oktober 25).
      • S.M. Young & S. Gocuru (2015). Using humor in the L1 and L2 classroom. ASU Composition Conference: Tempe, AZ (2015, maart 1 - 2015, maart 1).
      • S.M. Young (2015). Data double: The superhero you never wanted transcending space and time? Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference: Tempe, AZ (2015, oktober 31 - 2015, november 1).
      • S.M. Young (2015). Entertainment, mug shots, and sustainable communities. Pop Culture Association/American Culture Association: New Orleans, LA (2015, april 1 - 2015, april 4).
      • S.M. Young (2015). Rhetoric and the status quo in law enforcement. Southwest English Symposium: Tempe, AZ (2015, februari 8 - 2015, februari 8).
      • S.M. Young (2015). Digital assemblages and the elderly. Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference: Tempe, AZ (2015, oktober 29 - 2015, november 1).
      • S.M. Young (2007). Insatiability and globalism. Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference: Tempe, AZ (2007, oktober 26 - 2007, oktober 28).
      • S.M. Young (2007). Internet Transparency and the Department of Homeland Security. Master's Thesis: Arizona State University - Tempe, AZ.
  • Privacy, Surveill. and New Media Techn.

    Title
    Privacy, Surveill. and New Media Techn.
    Year
    2019
    Year level
    (BA-2) (BA-3)
  • Academic Researcher

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of Media and Communication
    Country
    The Netherlands

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam