rock, T and Johnson, M (2021) Videogaming as Craft Consumption Journal of Consumer Culture

Brock, T (2021) Counting Clicks: Esports, Neoliberalism and the Affective Power of Gameplay Metrics in Dal Yong Jin (ed) Global Esports Transformation of Cultural Perceptions of Competitive Gaming. Bloomsbury 

Brock, T and Johnson, M (2021) The Gamblification of Digital Games Journal of Consumer Culture

Brock, T and Johnson, M (2020) The ‘Gambling Turn’ in Digital Game Monetization Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds, 12(2) pp 145-163 

Brock, T and Fraser, E (2018) Is Gaming a Craft? Prehension, Practice and Puzzle-Solving in Gaming Labour Information, Communication & Society 21(9) pp 1219-1233 

Johnson, M, Carrigan, M and Brock T (2019) The Imperative to be Seen: The Moral Economy of Celebrity Video Game Streaming First Monday, 24 (8)

Brock, T (2017) Roger Caillois and E-Sports: On the Problems of Treating Play as Work Games and Culture

Brock, T (2016) Videogame Consumption: The Apophatic Dimension Journal of Consumer Culture

Joseph, D (2021) Battle pass capitalism Journal of Consumer Culture

Nieborg, DB, Young, CJ, and Joseph, D (2020) App Imperialism: The Political Economy of the Canadian App Store Social Media and Society, 6(2)

Kuntsman, A (2017) Selfie Citizenship. Springer

Kuntsman, A and Stein, R (2015) Digital Militarism Israel’s Occupation in the Social Media Age. Stanford University Press

Kuntsman, A and Miyake, E (2019) The paradox and continuum of digital disengagement: denaturalising digital sociality and technological connectivity Media, Culture and Society, 41(6), pp 901-913

Kuntsman, A and Rattle, I (2019) Towards a paradigmatic shift in sustainability studies: a systematic review of peer reviewed literature and future agenda setting to consider environmental (un)sustainability of digital communication. Environmental Communication, 13(5), pp 567-581

Luo, T and Lv, A (2021) Nine dragons run the water in Haggart, B, Tusikov, N and Scholte, JA (eds) Power and Authority in Internet Governance. Routledge, pp 123-146

Stockmann, D, Garten, F and Luo, T (2020) Who is a PRC user? Comparing Chinese social media user agreements. First Monday, 25(8)

Stockmann, D, Hartman, K and Luo, T (2020) The political position generator—A new instrument for measuring political ties in China. Social Networks, 63, pp 70-79

Stockmann, D, Luo, T and Shen, M (2020) Designing authoritarian deliberation: how social media platforms influence political talk in China Democratization, 27(2), pp 243-264

Luo, T (2018) Explaining incumbent re-election in authoritarian elections: evidence from a Chinese county Democratization 25(7), pp 1291-1309