Jonathan Bishop and Mark Beech (2016). Embodying Trust in the Electoral System: The Role of Delegated Transferable Voting for Increasing Voter Choice and Representation of Small Political Parties in the Digital Age. International Journal of E-Politics, 37-50.
Ashu M.G. Solo & Jonathan Bishop (2016). Network Politics and the Arab Spring. International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change (3) 1, 23-27.
Jonathan Bishop (2015). The role of affective computing and multimedia forensics for proving ‘common law rape’ and ‘delict paternity’ by persistent misusers of e-dating services. The International Journal of Internet Trolling and Online Participation 2(2).
Jonathan Bishop (2015). Managing sysop prerogative in Europe through fabris dualism: An agenda for reform of the European Union and Council of Europe. The International Journal of Internet Trolling and Online Participation 2(1).
Jonathan Bishop (2014). Dealing with Internet trolling in political online communities: Towards the This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things Scale. International Journal of E-Politics 5(4), 1-20.
Jonathan Bishop (2014). Internet trolling and the 2011 UK Riots: The need for a dualist reform of the constitutional, administrative and security frameworks in Great Britain. European Journal of Law Reform 1 (2014), 154-167.
Jonathan Bishop (2014). Representations of ‘trolls’ in mass media communication: A review of media-texts and moral panics relating to ‘Internet trolling’. International Journal of Web Based Communities 10(1), 7-24.
Jonathan Bishop (2014). The Antisocial Network and ‘Electronic Message Faults’: Prevalence of Troublesome Online Youth Groups and Internet trolling in Great Britain. International Journal of E-Politics 5(3), 1-15.
Jonathan Bishop (2014). Viewing Robin Hood and Anonymous as embodiments of non-conformity: A comparative analysis of media-texts used for provoking thoughts of protest, disobedience and idealism. International Journal of Internet Trolling and Online Participation 1(2)
Ashu M.G. Solo & Jonathan Bishop (2014). Conceptualizing network politics following the Arab Spring: An African perspective. International Journal of Internet Trolling and Online Participation 1(1), 23-28.
Jonathan Bishop (2013). The Art of Trolling Law Enforcement: A Review and Model for implementing ‘flame trolling’ legislation enacted in Great Britain (1981-2012). International Review of Law, Computers and Technology 27(3), 301-318.
Jonathan Bishop (2013). The effect of de-individuation of the Internet Troller on Criminal Procedure implementation: An interview with a Hater. International Journal of Cyber Criminology 7(1), 28-48.
Jonathan Bishop (2012). Scope and Limitations in the Government of Wales Act 2006 for Tackling Internet Abuses in the Form of ‘Flame Trolling’. Statute Law Review 33 (2), 207-216.
Jonathan Bishop (2010). Tough on data misuse, tough on the causes of data misuse: A review of New Labour’s approach to information security and regulating the misuse of digital information (1997–2010). International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 24 (3), 299-303.
Jonathan Bishop (2009). Enhancing the understanding of genres of web-based communities: The role of the ecological cognition framework. International Journal of Web Based Communities 5 (1), 4-17.
Jonathan Bishop (2007). Increasing participation in online communities: A framework for human–computer interaction. Computers in Human Behavior 23 (4), 1881-1893.
Jonathan Bishop (2003). The Internet for educating individuals with social impairments. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 19 (4), 546-556.