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Emily Harmer
Emily Harmer
Senior Lecturer in Media, University of Liverpool
Verified email at liverpool.ac.uk
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Twitter, incivility and “everyday” gendered othering: An analysis of tweets sent to UK members of parliament
R Southern, E Harmer
Social science computer review 39 (2), 259-275, 2021
1122021
Online othering: Exploring digital violence and discrimination on the web
K Lumsden, E Harmer
Springer, 2019
742019
Online othering: An introduction
E Harmer, K Lumsden
Online othering: Exploring digital violence and discrimination on the web, 1-33, 2019
742019
The narrow agenda: how the news media covered the Referendum
D Deacon, J Downey, E Harmer, J Stanyer, D Wring
EU Referendum Analysis 2016: Media, Voters and the Campaign, 2016
482016
‘Are you tough enough?’Performing gender in the UK leadership debates 2015
E Harmer, H Savigny, O Ward
Media, Culture & Society 39 (7), 960-975, 2017
382017
Digital microaggressions and everyday othering: an analysis of tweets sent to women members of Parliament in the UK
E Harmer, R Southern
Women in the Digital World, 7-24, 2023
312023
Julie and the Cybermums: marketing and women voters in the UK 2010 General Election
E Harmer, D Wring
Journal of Political Marketing 12 (2-3), 262-273, 2013
312013
Othering political women: Online misogyny, racism and ableism towards women in public life
R Southern, E Harmer
Online othering: Exploring digital violence and discrimination on the web …, 2019
282019
Disbelief and counter-voices: a thematic analysis of online reader comments about sexual harassment and sexual violence against women
E Harmer, S Lewis
Information, Communication & Society 25 (2), 199-216, 2022
242022
Public to private and back again: the role of politicians’ wives in British election campaign coverage
E Harmer
Feminist media studies 16 (5), 852-868, 2016
182016
The visual challenge of celebrity politics? Female politicians in Grazia
L Van Zoonen, E Harmer
Celebrity Studies 2 (1), 94-96, 2011
182011
Trump, Clinton, and the gendering of newspaper discourse about the 2016 US presidential election debates
E Harmer, H Savigny, O Siow
Women's Studies in Communication 44 (1), 81-101, 2021
152021
Is Digital News Really that Digital? An Analysis of How Online News Sites in the UK use Digital Affordances to Enhance Their Reporting
E Harmer, R Southern
Journalism Studies 21 (16), 2234-2248, 2020
152020
More stable than strong: Women’s representation, voters and issues
E Harmer, R Southern
Parliamentary Affairs 71 (suppl_1), 237-254, 2018
152018
Hard evidence: Analysis shows extent of press bias towards Brexit
D Deacon, D Wring, E Harmer, J Downey, J Stanyer
The Conversation 16, 2016
132016
UK news coverage of the 2016 EU Referendum
D Deacon, E Harmer, J Downey, J Stanyer, D Wring
Report 5 (6), 2016
112016
Introduction: Online othering
E Harmer, K Lumsden
Online othering: Exploring violence and discrimination on the Web, 1-33, 2019
102019
Alternative agendas or more of the same? Online news coverage of the 2017 UK election
E Harmer, R Southern
Political Communication in Britain: Campaigning, Media and Polling in the …, 2019
102019
The present in retrospect: Press reporting of UK General Elections, 1918–2015
D Deacon, E Harmer
Journalism 20 (8), 994-1013, 2019
92019
Conclusion: Researching ‘online othering’—Future agendas and lines of inquiry
E Harmer, K Lumsden
Online othering: Exploring digital violence and discrimination on the web …, 2019
72019
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