Journal articles

Boczkowski, P. (2013). The continual transformation of online news in the digital age. Communication & Society, 25, 1-26.

Boczkowski, P., & Siles, I. (In press). Steps towards cosmopolitanism in the study of media technologies. Information, Communication & Society. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2013.808358

Joseph, N., & Boczkowski, P. (2012). From principle to practice: Expanding the scholarship on media ethics. Ethical Space, 9, 16-26.

Boczkowski, P., Mitchelstein, E., & Walter, M. (2012). When burglar alarms sound, do monitorial citizens pay attention to them? The online news choices of journalists and consumers during and after the 2008 U.S. election cycle. Political Communication, 29, 1-19.

Siles, I., & Boczkowski, P (2012). Making sense of the newspaper crisis: A critical assessment of existing research and an agenda for future work. New Media and Society, 14, 1375-1394.

Siles, I., & Boczkowski, P. (2012). At the intersection of materiality and content: A texto-material perspective on the use of media technologies. Communication Theory, 22, 227-249.

Boczkowski, P. & Mitchelstein, E. (2012). Clicking, sending and commenting: How users take advantage of different forms of interactivity in online news sites. Human Communication Research, 38, 1-22.

Boczkowski, P., & Peer, L. (2011). The choice gap: The divergent online news preferences of journalists and consumers. Journal of Communication, 61, 857-876.

Boczkowski, P., Mitchelstein, E., & Walter, M. (2011). Convergence across divergence: Understanding the gap in the online news choices of journalists and consumers in Western Europe and Latin America. Communication Research, 38, 376-396.

Boczkowski, P. (2010). The divergent online news preferences of journalists and readers. Communications of the ACM, 53 (11), 24-26.

Boczkowski, P., & Mitchelstein, E. (2010). Is there a gap between the news choices of journalists and consumers? A relational and dynamic approach. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 15, 420-440.

Boczkowski, P. (2010). The consumption of online news at work: Making sense of emerging phenomena and rethinking existing concepts. Information, Communication & Society, 13, 470-484.

Mitchelstein, E., & Boczkowski, P. (2010). Online news consumption research: An assessment of past work and an agenda for the future. New Media & Society, 12, 1085-1102.

Mitchelstein, E., & Boczkowski, P. (2009). Between tradition and change: A review of recent research on online news production. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 10 (5), 562-586.

Boczkowski, P (2009). Rethinking hard and soft news production: From common ground to divergent paths. Journal of Communication, 59, 98-116.

Boczkowski, P. (2009). Technology, monitoring and imitation in contemporary news work. Communication, Culture & Critique, 2, 39-59.

Boczkowski, P., & de Santos, M. (2007). When more media equals less news: Patterns of content homogenization in Argentina’s leading print and online newspapers. Political Communication, 24, 167-190.

Boczkowski, P., & Ferris, J. (2005). Multiple media, convergent processes and divergent products: Organizational innovation in digital media production at a European firm. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 597, 32-47.

Boczkowski, P. (2004). The mutual shaping of technology and society in videotex newspapers: Beyond the diffusion and social shaping perspectives. The Information Society, 20, 255-267.

Boczkowski, P. (2004). The processes of adopting multimedia and interactivity in three online newsrooms. Journal of Communication, 54, 197-213.

Boczkowski, P. (1999). The mutual shaping of users and technologies in the Argentine Mailing List. Journal of Communication, 49, 86-108.

Boczkowski, P. (1999). Understanding the development of online newspapers: Using computer-mediated communication theorizing to study Internet publishing. New Media & Society, 1, 101-126.

Boczkowski, P. (1996). From text to hypertext: Technologies, metaphors, and the social construction of family therapy. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 15, 59-79.

Boczkowski, P., Das Neves, F., & Rossi, G. (1993). On the relationships between hypermedia and the psychotherapeutic process. In G. Salvendy (Ed.), Human-computer interaction: Hardware and software interfaces, vol. 19B (pp. 476-481). New York: Elsevier.

Book chapters (*= peer reviewed)

* Mitchelstein, E., & Boczkowski, P. J. (in press). Online news. In Mazzoleni, G. (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of political communication. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell.

* Mitchelstein, E., Siles, I. & Boczkowski, P. J. (in press). Online newspapers. In Ang, P. H. & Mansell, R. (Eds.), The international encyclopedia of digital communication and society. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell.

*Gillespie, T., Boczkowski, P., & Foot, K. (2014). Introduction. In Gillespie, T., Boczkowski, P., & Foot, K. (Ed.), Media technologies: Essays on Communication, Materiality and Society. Cambridge: MIT Press.

* Boczkowski, P., & Siles, I. (2014). Steps towards cosmopolitanism in the study of media technologies: Integrating scholarship on production, consumption, materiality, and content. In Gillespie, T., Boczkowski, P., & Foot, K. (Ed.), Media technologies: Essays on Communication, Materiality and Society. Cambridge: MIT Press.

* Mitchelstein, E., & Boczkowski, P. (2013). Tradition and transformation in online news production and consumption. In Dutton, W. (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of internet studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Boczkowski, P. (2011). Epilogue. In Patterson, C., & Domingo, D. (Eds.), Making online news (vol. 2). New York: Peter Lang.

Boczkowski, P. (2010). On the wisdom of ignorance: Knowledge and the management of contemporary news organizations. In Deuze, M. (ed.), Managing media work. London: Sage.

Boczkowski, P. (2010). Newspaper culture and technical innovation: American newspapers approach their digital future, 1980 – 2005. In W. Russell Neuman (Ed.) Media, technology and society: The challenges of digital convergence (pp. 22-38). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Boczkowski, P. (2009). Materiality and mimicry in the journalistic field. In B. Zelizer (Ed.), The changing faces of journalism (pp. 56-67). New York: Routledge.

* Boczkowski, P., & Lievrouw, L. (2007). Bridging STS and communication studies: Scholarship on media and information technologies. In O. Amsterdamska, E. Hackett, M. Lynch & J. Wajcman (Eds.), The handbook of science and technology studies, third edition (949-977). Cambridge: MIT Press.

* Boczkowski, P. & Orlikowski, W. (2004). Organizational discourse and new media: A practice perspective. In D. Grant, C. Hardy, C. Oswick, N. Philips and L. Putnam (Eds.), The handbook of organizational discourse (pp. 359-377). London: Sage.
2003 Top Three Paper, Organizational Communication Division, International Communication Association.

* Boczkowski, P. (2002). The development and use of online newspapers: What research tells us and what we might want to know. In L. Lievrouw & S. Livingstone (Eds.), The handbook of new media (pp. 270-286). London: Sage.


Boczkowski, P. (2013, December 19). Paying more attention to the public. Nieman Journalism Lab.

Boczkowski, P. & Mitchelstein, E. (2013, December 17). User-generated content: Don’t believe the hype. Ozy.

Boczkowski, P. & Mitchelstein, E. (2013, November 4). An occasionally informed public misses too much. The Huffington Post.

Boczkowski, P. & Mitchelstein, E. (2013, October 11). A junk news diet. U.S. News & World Report.