Prototype Politics: Technology-Intensive Campaigning and the Data of Democracy, forthcoming, Oxford University Press, June 2016
Public pieces adapted from Prototype Politics:
Taking Our Country Back: The Crafting of Networked Politics from Howard Dean to Barack Obama, Oxford University Press, July, 2012.
Articles and Chapters
Kreiss, D. (2016.). “Beyond Administrative Journalism: Civic Skepticism and the Crisis in Journalism.” In J. C. Alexander, E. Breese and M. Luengo, The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered: From Technology to Culture. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Kreiss, D. (Online first, 2016). The Tech Industry Meets Presidential Politics: Explaining the Democratic Party’s Technological Advantage in Electoral Campaigning, 2004-2012. Political Communication.
Kreiss, D. and J.S. Brennen. Normative Theories of Digital Journalism. In C.W. Anderson, D. Domingo, A. Hermida, and T. Witschge (Eds.), Sage Handbook of Digital Journalism Studies. New York: Sage.
Kreiss, D. (Online first, 2015). The Problem of Citizens: E-Democracy for Actually Existing Democracy. Social Media and Society.
Karpf, D., Kreiss, D., Nielsen, R. K., and Powers, M. (equal authors) (2015). The Role of Qualitative Methods in Political Communication Research: Past, Present, and Future. International Journal of Communication, 9, 1888-1906.
Kreiss, D. and Welch, C. (2015). Strategic Communication in a Networked Age. In V. A. Farrar-Myers and J. S. Vaughn (Eds.), Controlling The Message?: New Media in American Political Campaigns. (pp. 13-31). New York: New York University Press.
Kreiss, D. (2015). Afterword to the Special Issue, “The Objects of Journalism.” Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 16(1), 153–156.
Kreiss, D. (2014). A Vision of and for the Networked World: John Perry Barlow’s A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace at Twenty. In James Barrett and Niki Strange, Media Independence Working with Freedom or Working for Free? Routledge.
Kreiss, D. (Online First). Seizing the Moment: The Presidential Campaigns’ Use of Twitter During the 2012 Electoral Cycle. New Media & Society.
Kreiss, D. (2014). The Virtues of Participation without Power: Campaigns, Party Networks, and the Ends of Politics. Special Section: Democracy Now: Ethnographies of Contemporary Participation Edited by Francesca Polletta. Sociological Quarterly, online first.
Kreiss, D. and Meadows, L. (2014). Intra-movement Agenda Setting: Strategic New Media Messaging During a LGBT Ballot Campaign. In J. Girouard and C. Sirianni (Eds.), Varieties of Civic Innovation: Deliberative, Collaborative, Network, and Narrative Approaches. (pp. 75-91). Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.
Kreiss, D., Meadows, L., and Remensperger, J. (2014). Political Performance, Boundary Spaces, and Active Spectatorship: Media Production During the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Journalism: Theory, Practice, & Criticism.
Anderson, C.W. and Daniel Kreiss. Black Boxes as Capacities for and Constraints on Action: Electoral Politics, Journalism, and Devices of Representation. Qualitative Sociology 34(4), 365-382, 2013.
Barnard, Lisa and Daniel Kreiss. A Research Agenda for Online Advertising: Surveying Campaign Practices, 2000-2012. International Journal of Communication 7, 2046-2066, 2013.
Ananny, Mike and Daniel Kreiss (co-authors). Responsibilities of the State: Rethinking the Case and Possibilities for the Public Support of Journalism. First Monday, 18(4), 2013.
Kreiss, Daniel and Zeynep Tufekci (co-authors). Occupying the Political: Occupy Wall Street, Collective Action, and the Rediscovery of Pragmatic Politics. Cultural Studies ⇔ Critical Methodologies special issue, “What Happens When OWS Goes Home?,” 13, 163.167, 2013.
Kreiss, Daniel. Acting in the Public Sphere: The 2008 Obama Campaign’s Strategic Use of New Media to Shape Narratives of the Presidential Race, Research in Social Movements, Conflict, and Change, 33, 2012.
Kreiss, Daniel. Crowds and Collectives in Networked Electoral Politics. Limn, 2, 2012.
Kreiss, Daniel. Yes We Can (Profile You): A Brief Primer on Campaigns and Political Data. 64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 70, 2012.
Ananny, Mike and Daniel Kreiss (co-authors). Journalism For and By the Public: Creating a Free Press. Communication Currents, 6(6), 2011.
Kreiss, Daniel. Open Source as Practice and Ideology: The 2003-2004 Howard Dean’s Campaign’s Organizational and Cultural Innovations in Electoral Politics. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 8: 367-382, 2011.
Kreiss, Daniel, Megan Finn, and Fred Turner. The Limits of Peer Production: Some Reminders From Max Weber for the Network Society. New Media & Society, 13(2): 243-259, 2011.
Ananny, Michael, and Daniel Kreiss (co-authors). A New Contract for the Press: Copyright, Public Domain Journalism, and Self-Governance in a Digital Age. Critical Studies in Media Communication, First published on November 15, 2010.
Kreiss, Daniel, and Philip N. Howard. New Challenges to Political Privacy: Lessons from the First U.S. Presidential Race in the Web 2.0 Era. International Journal of Communication, 4: 1032-1050, 2010.
Howard, Philip N., and Daniel Kreiss. Political Parties and Voter Privacy: Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and United States in Comparative Perspective. First Monday, 2010.
Kreiss, Daniel. Developing the ‘Good Citizen’: Digital Artifacts, Peer Networks, and Formal Organization During the 2003-2004 Howard Dean Campaign. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 6(3): 281-297, 2009.
Kreiss, Daniel. Appropriating the Master’s Tools: Sun Ra, the Black Panthers, and Black Consciousness, 1952-1973. Black Music Research Journal, 28(1): 57-81, 2008.
Kreiss, Daniel. Performing the Past to Claim the Future: Sun Ra and the Afro-Future Underground, 1954-1968. African American Review 45(1-2): 197-203, 2012.
Kreiss, Daniel, and Fred Turner. Future Shock. In Darity Jr., William A., ed., International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition. 9 vols. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008.
Kreiss, Daniel. Digital Dilemmas: Power, Resistance, and the Internet, by M. I. Franklin; The Marketplace of Attention: How Audiences Take Shape in a Digital Age, by James G. Webster; Forging Trust Communities: How Technology Changes Politics, by Irene S. Wu,, Political Communication, 33:1, 158-163,
Kreiss, Daniel. Rebooting American Politics: The Internet Revolution. Review of Collective Action in Organizations: Interaction and Engagement in an Era of Technological Change. By Bruce Bimber, Andrew J. Flanagin, and Cynthia Stohl. iPolitics: Citizens, Elections, and Governing in the New Media Era. Edited by Richard L. Fox and Jennifer M. Ramos. Rebooting American Politics: The Internet Revolution. By Jason Gainous and Kevin M. Wagner. Perspectives on Politics, 2013.
Kreiss, Daniel. Review of Raiford Guins, Edited Clean Version (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2008). Science, Technology, & Human Values, 2010.
Kreiss, Daniel. Review of Jill Walker Rettberg, Blogging (Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2008). Journal of Communication, 59(2): E17-E21, 2009.