Shade, Leslie Regan and Madison Trusolino. “It’s the Power, Stupid”: Facebook’s Unequal Treatment of Gendered Hate Speech. Canadian Yearbook for Human Rights 2018. Ottawa: Human Rights Research and Education Centre. Online Spring 2019, print Fall 2019.
Shade, Leslie Regan. Book review: Gordon & Paul Mihailidis, Civic Media: Technology, Design, Practice. Canadian Journal of Communication 44(2), 2019.
Editorial: Canadian Digital and Data Strategy, Canadian Journal of Communication Policy Portal, 44(2), 2019.
Bailey, Jane, Valerie Steeves, Jacquelyn Burkell, Leslie Regan Shade, Rakhi Ruparelia, and Priscilla Regan. “Getting at Equality: Research Methods Informed by the Lessons of Intersectionality.” International Journal of Qualitative Methods 18 (2019): 1-14. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1609406919846753
Hop to It in the Gig Economy: The Sharing Economy and Neoliberal Feminism. In “Gender and Virtual Work,” themed issue of International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics 14(1), 2018: 35-54.
Digital Surveillance in the Networked Classroom, Valerie Steeves Priscilla Regan and Leslie Regan Shade. The Palgrave International Handbook of School Discipline: Surveillance and Social Control, Eds. Jo Deakin, Emmeline Taylor and Aaron Kupchik. London: Palgrave. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783319715582#aboutBook
The Use of the Geoweb for Social Justice Activism, co-authored with Harrison Smith and Evan Hamilton. In Media Activism in the Digital Age. Eds. Victor Pickard and Guobin Yang. NY: Routledge, 2018, 164-182.
Paying Our Dues: The Culture of Unpaid Internships. Jenna Jacobson and Leslie Regan Shade, In Advertising, Consumer Culture, and Canadian Society: A Reader, Ed. Kyle Asquith. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2018: 263-280.
“Stringtern: Springboarding or Stringing Along Young Interns’ Careers?” Jenna Jacobson and Leslie Regan Shade, Journal of Education and Work, forthcoming 2018.
Smith, Karen Louise and Leslie Regan Shade. “Children’s digital playgrounds as data assemblages: Problematics of privacy, personalization, and promotional culture” Big Data and Society 5(2) (July-December 2018): 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1177/2053951718805214
Jacobson, Jenna and Leslie Regan Shade, “Stringtern: Springboarding or Stringing Along Young Interns’ Careers?” Journal of Education and Work 31(3) (2018): 320-337.
Jacobson, Jenna and Leslie Regan Shade, “Paying Our Dues: The Culture of Unpaid Internships,” In Advertising, Consumer Culture, and Canadian Society: A Reader, Ed. Kyle Asquith. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2018, 263-280. (IC)
‘Twitter Revolution’ or Human Revolution? Social Media and Social Justice Activism, co-authored with Normand Landry and Rhon Teruelle. In Power and Resistance: Critical Thinking about Canadian Social Issues, 6th ed. Eds. Wayne Antony, Jessica Antony, and Les Samuelson. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing, 2017, 406-430.
Project #Queery:The Influence of Information and Communication Technologies on the Resilience and Coping of Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in the United States and Canada, Craig, Shelley L., Lauren B McInroy, Sandra A D’Souza, Ashley Austin, Lance T. McCready, Andrew D Eaton, Leslie R Shade, Alex Wagaman. JMIR Research Protocols 6(9):e189.
Activism and Communication Scholarship in Canada, co-edited issue with Sandra Smeltzer, Canadian Journal of Communication, 42(1), 2017. https://www.cjc-online.ca/index.php/journal/issue/view/161/showToc
Open Privacy Badges for Digital Policy Literacy, Karen Louise Smith, Leslie Regan Shade and Tamara Shepherd, International Journal of Communication (IJOC) 11 (2017), 2784–2805. http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/6174
‘Honestly, We’re Not Spying on Kids’: School Surveillance of Young People’s Social Media, co-authored with Rianka Singh, Social Media + Society.
La vie privée des jeunes en ligne: enjeux de politiques publiques et d’éducation au Québec et au Canada, avec Tamara Shepherd. Dans Éducation aux médias: fondations, enjeux et politiques. Eds. Normand Landry et Anne-Sophie Letellier. Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal.
Traversing Technologies, co-edited issue with Patrick Keilty of Scholar & Feminist Online.
Integrating Gender into Canadian Internet Policy: From the Information Highway to the Digital Economy, pp. 338-370, In Gendering Global Media Policy: Critical Perspectives on Digital Agendas, themed issue of Journal of Information Policy 6, co-edited Shade & Claudia Padovani. Introduction by Padovani and Shade, pp. 332-337.
Activating the Fifth Estate: Bill C-30 and the Digitally-Mediated Public Watchdog, with Jonathan Obar, in Strategies for Media Reform, ed. Jonathan Obar, Des Freedman, Robert McChesney & Cheryl Martens, pp.39-59. (NY: Fordham University Press).
Book review: Amy Adele Hasinoff, Sexting Panic: Rethinking Criminalization, Privacy and Consent. New
Media and Society 18(4) (April 2016): 686-‐688.
Book review: Christina Dunbar-‐Hester, Low Power to the People: Pirates, Protest, and Politics in FM Radio
Activism. Feminist Media Studies 16(2) (March 2016): 371-‐373.
Hungry for the Job: Gender, Unpaid Internships and the Creative Economy, co-authored with Jenna Jacobson, The Sociological Review 63: S1,pp. 188-205. (Gender and Creative Labour Monograph, ed. Bridget Conor, Rosalind Gill, and Stephanie Taylor).
My So-Called Social Media Life, Social Media + Society 1(1) (April-June):1-2.
I Want My Internet! Young Women on the Politics of Usage-Based Billing, in eGirls, eCitizens: Putting Theory and Policy Into Dialogue with Girls’ and Young Women’s Voices, ed. Jane Bailey and Valerie Steeves, pp.413-434. (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press). http://www.press.uottawa.ca/egirls-ecitizens
Critical Studies in Communication and Society Reader, eds. Cao Jin, Vincent Mosco, and Leslie Regan Shade. Shanghai, China: Shanghai Translation Publishing House.
Give Us Bread, But Give Us Roses: Gender and Labour in the Digital Economy. International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics 10(2): 129-144.
Gender and Digital Policy: From Global Information Infrastructure to Internet Governance, pp. 222-232 in Routledge Companion to Media and Gender, eds. Cindy Carter, Linda Steiner and Lisa McLaughlin. pp. 222-232 (London: Routledge).
Tracing and Tracking Canadian Privacy Discourses: The Audience as Commodity, co-authored with Tamara Shepherd in Publicity and the Canadian State, ed. Kirsten Kozolonka, pp. 215-234 , (Toronto: University of Toronto Press).
Missing in Action: Gender in Canada’s Digital Economy Agenda, Comparative Perspectives Symposium on Gender and New Media, ed. Christina Dunbar-Hester, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 39(4).
December. Viewing Youth and Mobile Privacy Through a Digital Policy Literacy Framework, co-authored with Tamara Shepherd. First Monday18(12). http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/4807/3798
Mobilizing for Development: Promises, Perils, and Policy Implications of M4D in Mobilities, Knowledge and Social Justice, ed. Suzan Ilcan (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Editor: Mediascapes: New Patterns in Canadian Communication, 4th ed. (Nelson Canada). With Michael Lithgow: Media Ownership, Public Participation, and Democracy in the Canadian Mediascape, pp. 174-203.
Whose Radical Transparency? Why Privacy Rights are Necessary for the Facebook Generation, pp. 295-303 in Communications in Question: Controversial Issues in Communication Studies, 2nd ed., edited Josh Greenberg and Charlene Elliott (Nelson Education).
Connecting Canadians?: Investigations in Community Informatics, eds. Andrew Clement, Michael Gurstein, Graham Longford, Marita Moll and Leslie Regan Shade. (Edmonton, AB: Athabasca University Press.)
Mobile Phones as a “Necessary Evil”: Canadian Youth Talk About Their Mobile Phones, co-authored with Tamara Shepherd, pp. 199-218 in Technologies and Mobilities in the Americas, eds. Philip Vaninni, Lucy Budd, Christian Fisker, Paolo Jirin, and Ole B. Jenson. (NY: Peter Lang).
Social Media and Social Justice Activism in Canada, co-authored with Normand Landry, pp. 296-311 in Power and Resistance: Critical Thinking about Canadian Social Issues, 5th ed., eds. Wayne Antony and Les Samuelson. (Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing).
The Internet Tree: The State of Telecom Policy in Canada 3.0, co-edited with Marita Moll. (Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives). https://www.policyalternatives.ca/publications/reports/internet-tree
Media Reform in North America, pp.147-165 in The Handbook on Global Media and Communication Policy, eds. Robin Mansell and Marc Raboy. (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Inc.).
Engaging in Scholar-Activist Communications in Canada, pp. 28-44 in Communication Research in Action: Scholar-Activist Collaborations for a Democratic Public Sphere, eds. Philip M. Napoli and Minna Aslama (Fordham University Press).
Surveilling the Girl Via the Third and Networked Screen, pp. 261-275 in Mediated Girlhoods: New Explorations of Girls’ Media Cultures, ed. Mary Celeste Kearney. (NY: Peter Lang Publishing).
Wanted, Alive and Kicking: Curious Feminist Digital Policy Geeks. Feminist Media Studies 11(1): 123-129.
Canadian Journal of Communication 36(1), Democratizing Communication Policy in the Americas: Why It Matters, co-edited with Becky Lentz. Guest editorial with Becky Lentz: Democratizing Communication Policy in the Americas: Why It Matters, pp. 3-9.http://www.cjc-online.ca/index.php/journal/issue/view/134/showToc