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Research

Publications
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Penney, J.W., Citron, D.K., Shore, A. (2024, forthcoming) The Chilling Effects of Dobbs. Florida Law Review.

Shore, A., Cummings, J.J. (2024). A Push for Obscurity: The Role of Social Influence on Mobile Location Data Disclosure. In Proceedings of the 57th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.

Shore, A. (2023). Book Review: The Private is Political: Networked Privacy and Social Media by Alice Marwick. Convergence. https://doi.org/10.1177/13548565231203103 

Shore, A., Prena, K. (2023). Platform rules as privacy tools: The influence of screenshot accountability and trust on privacy management. New Media & Societyhttps://doi.org/10.1177/14614448231188929

 

Chang, N.K., Su, C., Shore, A. (2023). Shifting Platform Values in Community Guidelines: Examining the Evolution of TikTok’s Governance Frameworks. New Media & Societyhttps://doi.org/10.1177/14614448231189476

 

Shore, A., Cummings J.J. (2022). An exploratory analysis of interface features influencing mobile location data disclosure. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction,  https://doi.org/10.1080/10447318.2022.2104428

 

Shore, A. (2022). Talking About Facial Recognition Technology: How Framing and Context Influence Privacy Concerns and Support for Prohibitive Policy. Telematics & Informatics, 70, 101815, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tele.2022.101815

Cummings, J.J., Shore, A. (2022).  All Too Real: A Typology of User Vulnerabilities in Extended Reality. In Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Workshop on Novel Challenges of Safety, Security and Privacy in Extended Reality.

 

Shore, A., Prena, K., & Cummings, J. J. (2022). To share or not to share: Extending Protection Motivation Theory to understand data sharing with the police. Computers in Human Behavior, 107188. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2022.107188

 

Shore, A., Reddy A., Klein C.  (2022). A Student-Centered Privacy Model for Responsible Technology Use, In M. Strawser (eds.) COVID and Higher Education: Teaching and Learning

Publications
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Cummings, J.J., Shore, A. (2024). Virtual Connections, Real Differences: Perceived Social Affordances, Privacy, and Trust in Social Virtual Reality. International Communication Association, June 20-24, Gold Coast, Australia.

 

Penney, J., Shore, A. (2023). Platforms, Privacy, and Power: Why Intimate Privacy Protections Matter. Rebooting Social Media Speaker Series, Berkman Klein Center, Harvard University. November 29, Cambridge, M.A.

 

Shore, A. (2023). Governing the Screenshot Feature: Fighting Interpersonal Breaches of Privacy Through Law and Policy. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. August 6-10, Washington, D.C.

 

Shore, A., Prena., K. (2023). Platform Rules as Privacy Tools: The Influence of Screenshot Accountability and Trust on Privacy Management. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. August 6-10, Washington, D.C. Top Faculty Paper

Chan, N.K., Su, C.C., Shore, A. (2023).  Shifting Platform Values in Community Guidelines: Examining the Evolution of TikTok’s Governance Frameworks. International Communication Association, May 25-29, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

Shore, A. (2022). A Call for Computation: The Case for Natural Language Processing in CI. PrivaCI, September 22-23, New York, New York.

Citron, D. Penney, J., Shore, A. (2022).  Platforms, privacy, and power: how legal & platform-based privacy measures impact intimate information disclosures. Privacy Law Scholars Conference, June 2-3, Boston, Massachusetts

 

Citron, D. Penney, J., Shore, A. (2022). How Sexual Privacy Measures Impact Intimate Expression. Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference, April 30-May 1, New Haven, Connecticut

 

Shore, A., Cummings, J.J. (2022). Social influence on the map: The effect of social proof and reciprocity norms on mobile location obscurity decisions. International Communication Association, May 26-30, Paris, France

“Resistance Under Watch,” panel presentation at National Communication Association, November 2021

 

Shore, A., Prena, K., Cummings J.J. (2021). To Share or Not to Share: Extending Protection Motivation Theory to Understand Data Sharing With the Police. National Communication Association, Nov. 18-21, 2021, Seattle, Washington.

Shore, A., Cummings, J.J. (2021). Designing mobile location-based services for informed location data disclosure. Privacy Law Scholars Conference, June 3-4, 2021, Remote

 

Shore A. (2020). Surveillance Design and Contextual Integrity, September 22, 2020, PrivaCI Town Hall, Remote

 

Shore, A. (2020). Privacy Research Beyond the Law: Mentoring on Experimental Research Design in Privacy, Privacy Law Scholars Conference

Awards

Michael Hawes Graduate Student Research Fund Recipient, awarded $500 by the Media, Law & Policy Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) toward my dissertation, February 2023

Graduate Student Research Award, presented at #Screentime conference by Boston University’s College of Communication Division of Emerging Media Studies, June 2022

Distinguished Leadership Award, presented at #Screentime conference by Boston University’s College of Communication Division of Emerging Media Studies, June 2021

Best Poster Award, presented at #Screentime conference by Boston University’s College of Communication Division of Emerging Media Studies, June 2020

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