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.
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.
‘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
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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