Books

  • Beyer, J. (2014). Expect Us: Online Communities and Political Mobilization. Oxford University Press.
    • Reviews:
      • Candon, P. (2016). “Digital publics: Re-defining ‘the civic’ and re-locating ‘the political.’” New Media & Society 18(9): 2133-2138.
      • Choi-Fitzbatrick, A. (2016) “Book Review,” Mobilization 21(1): 136-137.
      • Yang, G. (2016) “The Commercialization and Digitization of Social Movement Society,” Contemporary Sociology 45(2): 120-125.
      • Gunitsky, S. (2015), “Book Review,” Perspectives on Politics 13(3): 878-879.
      • McLemee, S. (2015) “From Lulz to Lawmaking,” Inside Higher Education.
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Ingebritsen, C., Neumann, I., Gstöhl, S., and Beyer, J. (Eds.) (2006). Small States in International Relations. University of Washington Press/University of Iceland Press.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Beyer , J. and McKelvey, F. (2015). “You Are Not Welcome Among Us: Pirates and the State,” International Journal of Communication.
  • Beyer, J. (2014). “The Emergence of a Freedom of Information Movement? Anonymous, WikiLeaks, the Pirate Party, and Iceland,” Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 19(2): 141-154.
  • Earl, J. and Beyer, J. (2014). “The Dynamics of Backlash Online: Anonymous and the Battle for WikiLeaks,” Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, volume 37.
  • Beyer, J. and Hofmann, S. (2011). “Varieties of Neutrality: Norm Revision and Decline,” Cooperation and Conflict, 46(3): 285-311.

Book Chapters

  • Beyer, J. and Earl, J. “Backfire Online: Studying Reactions to the Repression of Internet Activism,” chapter in Paradox of Repression, Lester R. Kurtz and Lee A. Smiley (eds.). (Forthcoming 2018).
  • Beyer, J. (2013). “Anonymous and Authoritarian Regimes,” book chapter in State Power 2.0, Muzammil M. Hussain and Philip N. Howard (eds.).
  • Beyer, J. (2011). “Women’s Engagement with Male-dominated Online Communities,” chapter in Cyberfeminism 2.0, edited by Radhika Gajjala and Yeon Ju Oh. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Op-eds

  • Park, D. and Beyer, J. (2017). “Commentary: Making Sense of North Korea’s Hacking Strategy.” Reuters. December 21, https://www.reuters.com/article/us-beyer-nkorea-commentary/commentary-making-sense-of-north-koreas-hacking-strategy-idUSKBN1EF28F
  • Phillips, W., Beyer, J., and Coleman, G. (2017). “Trolling Scholars Debunk the Idea That the Alt-Right’s Shitposters Have Magic Powers.” Motherboard. March 22, https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/z4k549/trolling-scholars-debunk-the-idea-that-the-alt-rights-trolls-have-magic-powers
  • Beyer, J. (2016). “Commentary: Who is hacking U.S. election databases and why are they so difficult to identify?” Reuters. September 1, https://www.reuters.com/article/us-hacking-databases-commentary/commentary-who-is-hacking-u-s-election-databases-and-why-are-they-so-difficult-to-identify-idUSKCN1174YA

White Papers

  • Lee, S. and Beyer, J. (2017). “Internet of Things Device Security and Supply Chain Management.” Wilson Center, Digital Futures Project. November 22, https://www.wilsoncenter.org/publication/internet-things-device-security-and-supply-chain-management
  • Beyer, J. and Curran, S. (2017). “Cybersecurity Workforce Preparedness: The Need for More Policy-Focused Education.” Wilson Center, Digital Futures Project. November 22, https://www.wilsoncenter.org/publication/cybersecurity-workforce-preparedness-the-need-for-more-policy-focused-education

Other Writing

  • Editor-in-Chief/Research Supervisor, all cybersecurity content on the Jackson School website – https://jsis.washington.edu/cybersecurity
  • Author, NSF-funded Culture Digitally blog – http://culturedigitally.org/author/jessica-beyer/