Philip Pond is a researcher in digital communication and software studies. He lectures in the Master of Communication and is a member of the Digital-Social Systems Lab.
My work analyses the mechanisms by which digital systems shape human interactions, in terms of discourse and politics; security and resilience; power and knowing (culture).
I’m particularly interested in:
The structure and affordances of software, algorithms and digital communication systems;
The philosophy of technology and mediation;
The politics of techno-social interaction;
Public-political discourse and communication theory;
Communicative resilience and emergency notification systems.
- PhD Media and Communication, RMIT University
- MA Human Science, University of Oxford
- MSc Epidemiology, University of London
- BA Hons Human Science, University of Oxford
- Pond, P.,Lewis, J. (2018). In Press - Riots and twitter: connective politics, social media and framing discourses in the digital public sphere In: Information, Communication and Society, , 1 - 19
- Fray, P.,Pond, P.,Peterson, F. (2017). Digital work practices: Matching learning strategies to future employment In: Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference (ANZCA 2017), University of Sydney, Australia, 4-7 July 2017
- Lewis, J.,Lewis, B.,Cameron, R.,Pond, P.,Ghumkhor, S.,Mohamud, H. (2017). Mediating Extremist Violence: A Report on the Role of Media, Far-Right Politics and Gender in Extremist Violence and Social Cohesion in Victoria In: Community Resilience Unit of the Department of Premier and Cabinet Melbourne, Australia
- Pond, P. (2016). Twitter time: A temporal analysis of tweet streams during televised political debate In: Television and New Media, 17, 142 - 158
- Pond, P. (2016). The space between us: Twitter and crisis communication In: International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 7, 40 - 48
- Pond, P.,Russo, A.,Lewis, J. (2013). Towards a conceptual framework for an empirical study of political conversations on Twitter In: Proceedings of the Emerging Issues in Communication Research and Policy Conference 2013, Canberra, Australia, 18-19 November 2013