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Publications by Sarah Logan

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Monographs
• Hold Your Friends Close: Counterradicalisation and Political Community in International Relations Currently under review with Oxford University Press
• Forthcoming (2017): (Ed.) Mobile Phones and Development in Papua New Guinea. ANU Press, Canberra.
Book chapters
• 2017: Land of the Disconnected: An Internet History of Papua New Guinea (with J. Suwamaru) in Goggin, G. (ed) Routledge Companion to Global Internet Histories, Routledge, Oxon.
• 2017: ‘E-Diplomacy in Pacific Small Island States’ in Hassall, G. and Cullen, R (eds) E-government in Small Island States, Springer, NY.
• 2016: ‘Grasping at Thin Air: Online Counterterrorism in the US and the UK’ in S. MacDonald and A. Aly (ed) Terrorism and the Internet, Routledge, Oxon.
Peer-reviewed publications
• ‘The Geopolitics of Tech: Baidu’s Vietnam’ Internet Policy Observatory, Center for Global Communication Studies, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania http://www.global.asc.upenn.edu/publications/the-geopolitics-of-tech-bai...
• (with Philip Gibb) Using Mobile Phones to Track Anti-Witchcraft Violence in Papua New Guinea SSGM In-Brief 09/15, Australian National University
• Electoral Integrity, Citizens and Mobile Phones in Melanesia, State, Society and Governance in Melanesia In-Brief 2014/9, Australian National University
• Rausim: Digital Politics in Papua New Guinea State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Discussion Paper 9/2012, Australian National University
Peer-reviewed publications under review
• ‘The Needle and the Damage Done: Of Haystacks and Anxious Panopticons’, under review, Big Data and Society
Selected online publications
• ‘Online Censorship: A New Flank in US-China Trade Wars?’ Lowy Institute Interpreter 28/4/2016
• ‘Beijing’s Great Cannon Exposes Vulnerable Tech Firms’ Lowy Institute Interpreter 4/5/2015
• ‘Vietnam, Baidu and the Bordered World of Chinese Internet Companies’ Internet Policy Observatory Blog, Annenberg School for Communication, Center for Global Communication Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 26/03/2015
• ‘Bringing the State Back in: National and Not-so National Search Engines’ CGCS Media Wire Blog, Annenberg School for Communication, Center for Global Communication Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 30/4/2014

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