Scholarship

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My research is centered on my interest in the ways that tools—from pen and paper to activity trackers—affect rhetorical practices. Below is a list of my published scholarship.

For additional information about my work, you can access my full CV.

Contributions to Journals

Gouge, C., & Jones, J. (2016). Wearables, Wearing, and the Rhetorics That Attend to Them. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 46(3), 199–206. doi:10.1080/02773945.2016.1171689

Jones, J. (2015). Network* Writing. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 20(1).

Jones, J. (2015). Information Graphics and Intuition: Heuristics as a Techne for Visualization. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 29(3), 284–313. doi:10.1177/1050651915573943

Jones, J. (2014). Programming in Network Exchanges. Computers and Composition, 34, 23–38. doi:10.1016/j.compcom.2014.09.003

Jones, J. (2014). Compensatory Division in the Occupy Movement. Rhetoric Review, 33(2), 148–164. doi:10.1080/07350198.2014.884416

Jones, J. (2014). Switching in Twitter’s Hashtagged Exchanges. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 28(1), 83–108. doi:10.1177/1050651913502358

Jones, J. (2013). Networked Activism, Hybrid Structures, and Networked Power. Currents in Electronic Literacy, 14.

Jones, J. (2008). Patterns of Revision in Online Writing: A Study of Wikipedia’s Featured Articles. Written Communication, 25(2), 262–289. doi:10.1177/0741088307312940

Jones, J. (2006). “Setting the Boundary Where Traffic is Low”: Technological Determinism and Social Construction in the Printing Debate. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, 2(3), 165–172.

Edited Collections

Gouge, C., & Jones, J., Eds. (forthcoming, 2017). Communication Design Quarterly, 6(1), a special issue titled “The Communication Design of Wearable Technologies in Health and Medicine: Examining Usability and Design in Emerging Use-Cases.”

Gouge, C., & Jones, J., Eds. (2016). Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 46(3), a special issue titled “Wearable Rhetorics: Bodies, Cities, Collectives.”

Contributions to Books and Proceedings

Graban, T. S., Jones, J., Opel, D., & Cooke, A. (chapter accepted, book under review). A Manifesto on Networks: Interrogations, Provocations, and the Contemporary Technogenesis. In J. Rice & C. Graham (Eds.), Rhetorics Change. Anderson, SC: Intermezzo & Parlor Press.

Jones, J. (forthcoming). Hacking the Humanities. In J. Rice & B. McNely (Eds.), The Networked Humanities. Anderson, SC: Parlor Press.

Angeli, E. L., Jones, J., Gouge, C., Meloncon, L., Norwood, C. D., Crilley, M., St. Amant, K., & Welhausen, C. A. (2016). Bridging the Complex Contexts of Care in Medical Usability. In SIGDOC ’16: Proceedings of the 34th ACM International Conference on the Design of Communication. New York: ACM.

Baldwin, S., Bowman, N. D., & Jones, J. (2016). Game/Write: Gameplay as a Factor in College-Level Literacy and Writing Ability. In K. D. Valentine & L. J. Jensen (Eds.), Examining the Evolution of Gaming and Its Impact on Social, Cultural, and Political Perspectives (pp. 276–295). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Jones, J. (2012). Creating Networks Through Search: PageRank, Algorithmic Truth, and Tracing the Web. Selected Papers of Internet Research: IR 13.0 – Technologies (pp. 1–22). Chicago: Association of Internet Researchers (AOIR).

Jones, J. (2011). Social Media and Persuasion: Crowdsourcing Arguments on Digital Networks. In H. S. Noor Al-Deen & J. A. Hendricks (Eds.), Social Media: Usage and Impact (pp. 23–38). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.