Summary of Research
Broadly speaking my research has focused on the ways in which information and communications technologies (ICT's) can be used to improve communities. Design research, often in the area of human-computer interaction (HCI) has examined how ICT’s, particularly mobile and web-based ICT’s be used to support the economic and civic goals of place-based communities through leveraging more effectively social media interactions and location awareness. More traditional media research has explored how reporters working in hyperlocal online newsrooms are leveraging new media technologies for expanding democratic opportunities for citizens.
Journal Articles and Proceedings
Carroll, J. M., Horning, M. A., Hoffman, B., Ganoe, C. H., Robinson, H. R., & Rosson, M. B. (2012). Visions, participation and engagement in new community information infrastructures. The Journal of Community Informatics, 7(3). Retrieved from http://www.ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej/article/view/783/812
Carroll, J.M., Horning, M., Hoffman, B., Ganoe, C.H., Robinson, H. & Rosson, M.B. (2011). Community network 2.0. Proceedings of 3rd International Symposium on End-User Development: IS-EUD. (Torre Canne, Brindisi, Italy, June 7-10). Berlin: Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 270-275.
Ganoe, C. H., Robinson, H. R., Xie, X., Carroll, J. M., Horning, M. A. (2010). Mobile awareness and participation in community-oriented activities. International Conference and Exhibition on Computing for Geospatial Research and Application, COM.Geo 2010. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series.
Horning, M. (2007). Putting the community back into community networks: A content analysis. Bulletin of Science Technology and Society, 27(5), 417-426
Horning, M. Making hyperlocal news: an exploration of the news values and perceived roles of journalists working in local, independently owned online news. Paper presented at AEJMC Conference, Chicago, IL., August 2012
Horning, M., Bae, K., Brubaker, P., Tamul, D. Online political involvement and connectivity expectations toward presidential candidates. Paper presented at AEJMC Conference, Denver, CO, August 2010
Horning, M., Bae, K., Brubaker, P., Tamul, D. The political pundits’ tea party: Reframing the candidates in the 2008 presidential debate. Paper presented at International Communication Association, Singapore, June 2010
Horning, M. Using Web 2.0 in local governance: The effects of blogging in a rural community. Paper presented at International Association of Science Technology and Society Conference, Rochester, NY, April 3, 2009
Horning, M., Brubaker, P., Toula, C. You and the tube: Perceptions of non-traditional debate credibility among new voters. Paper presented at AEJMC Conference, Chicago, IL., August 2008
Horning, M., Brubaker, P., Toula, C. You and the tube: Perceptions of non-traditional debate credibility among new voters. Paper presented at AEJMC Midwinter Conference Point Park, University, Pittsburg, PA., April 2008
Horning, M. Putting the community back into community networks: A content analysis. Paper presented to the International Association of Science, Technology & Society, Baltimore, MD., February, 2007
Horning, M. A review of three decades of mass media research. Paper presented to the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA., April 2006
Horning, M. After COPA: The federal government’s third attempt at pornography regulation. Paper presented to the Eastern Communication Association, Boston, MA., April 2004
Horning. M. (2012) Robert Baldwin: Baldwin of the Times [Book Review]. Journalism History, 38:2, 124-125.
Horning, M. (2011). Paul Henman, Governing Electronically: E-Government and the Reconfiguration of Public Administration, Policy, and Power [Book Review]. Journal of Information Policy, 1, 145-148.
Horning, M.A. (2011, April). Just Hype or Hyperlocal? A Look at the Reporting Practices of Local Independent Online Newsrooms. Presented at Local Online News Association Chapter, Bowling Green State University.