Conference Papers

  • Jonathan Bishop (2016). An Evaluation Of Social Media Use In A Golf Club. The 17th International Conference on Internet Computing and Internet of Things (ICOMP’16: July 25-28, 2016, Las Vegas, USA).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2016). An Analysis of the Implications of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for Networked Learning Design and Delivery. The 15th International Conference on Information & Knowledge Engineering (IKE’16): July 25-28, 2016, Las Vegas, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). An investigation into the extent and limitations of the GROW model for coaching and mentoring online: Towards ‘prosthetic learning’. The 2015 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (July 27-30, 2015, Las Vegas, USA)
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). Private Lives or Public Property?: The impact of the Internet on data security and privacy in the European Union. The 2015 International Conference on Security and Management (July 27-30, 2015, Las Vegas, USA).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). Supporting crowd-funded agile software development projects using contingent working: Exploring Big Data from participatory design documentation and interviews. The 14th International Conference on Information & Knowledge Engineering (IKE’15) (July 27-30, 2015, Las Vegas, USA). (Pages 43-54)
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014).  ‘U r Bias Love:’ Using ‘bleasure’ and ‘motif’ as Forensic Linguistic means to annotate Twitter and newsblog comments for the purpose of Multimedia Forensics. The 11th International Conference on Web Based Communities and Social Media (WBC’14), Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). Using the legal concepts of ‘forensic linguistics,’ ‘bleasure’ and ‘motif’ to enhance multimedia forensics. The 13th International Conference on Security and Management (SAM’14), Las Vegas, USA, 21-24 July 2014.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2012). Taming the Chatroom Bob: The role of brain-computer interfaces that manipulate prefrontal cortex optimization for increasing participation of victims of traumatic sex and other abuse online. 13th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BIOCOMP’12), 16-19 July 2012, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2012). Tackling Internet abuse in Great Britain: Towards a framework for classifying severities of ‘flame trolling’. The 11th International Conference on Security and Management (SAM’12), 16-19 July 2012, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2012). The Persuasive and Assistive Interaction Extension (PAIX): A position paper on using gamified behavior management systems for reducing flame trolling in schools based on Classroom 2.0.  13th International Conference on Internet Computing (ICOMP’12). 16-19 July, 2012, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2011). Transforming Lurkers into Posters: The Role of the Participation Continuum. The Fourth International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA’11). Glyndwr University, Wrexham. 6 September 2011.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2011). Mum’s the WordPress: A Comparative Analysis of Political and Mommy Bloggers. The 2011 International Conference on Internet Computing (ICOMP 2011). Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
  • Ashu M.G. Solo & Jonathan Bishop (2011). The New Field of Network Politics. The 2011 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE’11). Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2009). Increasing membership in online communities: The five principles of managing virtual club economies. The 3rd International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications – ITA09. Wrexham: University of Wales Press.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2007). Evaluation-Centred Design of E-Learning Communities: A Case Study and Review. The Second International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA07). Wrexham, Wales, GB. (Pages 1-9).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2005). The role of mediating artifacts in the design of persuasive e-learning systems. The First International Conferences on Internet Technologies and Applications, September 2005. Wrexham, Wales, GB (Pages 54-62).

Conferences and Workshops

  • The First International Congress on the Internet, Trolling and Addiction (ITA’15).
  • The Second International Congress on the Internet, Trolling and Addiction (ITA’16).
  • The Third International Congress on the Internet, Trolling and Addiction (ITA’17).

Books

  • Jonathan Bishop (2017). The Digital Media Reader: Media, Culture, Society and Politics in the Digital Age. The Crocels Press Limited: Swansea, GB.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2016). Trolls: The Demonization of Digital Teens. The Crocels Press Limited: Swansea, GB.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). Psychological and Social Implications Surrounding Internet and Gaming Addiction. IGI Global: Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). Transforming Politics and Policy in the Digital Age. IGI Global: Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). Gamification for Human Factor Integration: Social, Educational and Psychological Issues. IGI Global: Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2013). Examining the Concepts, Issues and Implications of Internet Trolling. IGI Global: Hershey, PA.
  • P.M. Pumilia-Gnarini, E, Favaron, E. Pacetti, J. Bishop, L, Guerra (2012). Didactic Strategies and Technologies for Education: Incorporating Advancements. IGI Global: Hershey, PA.

Journal Issues

  • Special Issue of the International Journal of E-Politics on Internet Trolling
  • Special Issue of the International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age on Organisational Architecture Beyond E-Government.
  • Special Issue of the International Journal of Internet Trolling and Online Participation on Africa and Social Media
  • Special Issue of the International Journal of Internet Trolling and Online Participation on the Internet and Europe
  • Special Issue of the International Journal of Internet Trolling and Online Participation on Anonymous

Journal Papers

  • 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.

Book Chapters

  • Jonathan Bishop (2017). Improving Homeland Security through Dualist Identity Card Schemes and Mass Surveillance: Interviews with a Victim of Public Sector Brutality and a Licensed Alcohol Seller
    Homeland Security: Perceptions, Threats and Challenges. Nova Science Publishers. (Pages 111-135).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2017). Ensuring the future of markets for dance education: Considering the role of informal learning through the prism of Yahoo!Answers. In J. Bishop (Ed.) The Digital Media Reader: Media, Culture, Society and Politics in the Digital Age. Swansea, GB: The Crocels Press Limited (Pages 53-70).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2017). Developing and Validating the “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things Scale”: Optimising Political Online Communities for Internet Trolling. In: Yasmin Ibrahim (Ed.) Politics, Protest, and Empowerment in Digital Spaces. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop & Mark Beech (2017). Exploring the Counting of Ballot Papers Using “Delegated Transferable Vote”: Implications for Local and National Elections in the United Kingdom. In: Yasmin Ibrahim (Ed.) Politics, Protest, and Empowerment in Digital Spaces. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2017). Overcoming the legal challenges of news reporting: A case study of a start-­up news corporation. In: Nhamo Anthony Mhiripiri & Tendai Chari (Eds.) Media Law, Ethics, and Policy in the Digital Age. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2017). Detecting sexual harassment in workplace electronic communications networks: The role of ‘PROTEGER’ for augmentive behaviour monitoring. In: Bryan Christiansen & Harish C. Chandan (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Industrial and Organizational Psychology in the Modern Workforce. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2017). The role of data in the evaluation of networked learning effectiveness: An auto-ethnographic evaluation of four experiential learning projects. In: Shalin Hai-Jew (Ed.) Data Analytics in Digital Humanities. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2016). The Need for Separating University Management and Administration from Service Delivery: Reviewing Disability Policy at Four HEIs in Wales. In: Nwachukwu Prince Ololube (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Organizational Justice and Culture in Higher Education Institutions. IGI Global, Hershey, PA (Pages 365-382).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2016). Devising Parametric User Models for Processing and Analysing Social Media Data to Influence User Behaviour: Using Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Social Media Data
    Publication Shalin Hai-Jew (Ed.) Social Media Data Extraction and Content Analysis. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). Supporting Communication between People with Social Orientation Impairments Using Affective Computing Technologies: Rethinking the Autism Spectrum. In: Lau Bee Theng (Ed.) Assistive Technologies for Physical and Cognitive Disabilities, IGI Global, Hershey, PA (Pages 42-55).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). The Role of Geo-Demographic Big Data for assessing effectiveness of crowd-funded software projects: A case example of “QPress”
    Publication Burçin Bozkaya & Vivek Kumar Singh (Ed.) Geo-Intelligence and Visualization through Big Data Trends, IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). Organisational Architecture and Learning in an Inter-Professional Context: A Case-Study of an Agile Crowd-Funded Software Project Using Contingent Working. In: George Leal Jamil, José Poças-Rascão, Fernanda Ribeiro & Armando Malheiro da Silva (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Information Architecture and Management in Modern Organizations, IGI Global, Hershey, PA (Pages 274-291)
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). A learning organisation approach to software project management: Promoting knowledge transformation and interprofessionalism through crowd-funded agile development. In: A. Singh (Ed.) Achieving enterprise agility through innovative software development, IGI Global, Hershey, PA (Pages 115-140).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). The Role of Affective Computing for Improving Situation Awareness in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operations: A US Perspective
    Publication Jordi Vallverdú (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Synthesizing Human Emotion in Intelligent Systems and Robotics, IGI Global, Hershey, PA. (Pages 404-414).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). Determining the risk of digital addiction to adolescent targets of internet trolling: Implications for the UK legal system. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed.) Psychological and Social Implications Surrounding Internet and Gaming Addiction, IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
    (Pages 31-42).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). Reducing Corruption and Protecting Privacy in Emerging Economies: The Potential of Neuroeconomic Gamification and Western Media Regulation in Trust Building and Economic Growth
    Publication Business Law and Ethics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, IGI Global, Hershey, PA. (Pages 1618-1630).
  • Jonathan Bishop & Mark Beech (2015). Using ‘on-the-fly corpus linguistics’ to systematically derive word definitions using inductive abstraction and reductionist correlation analysis: Considering seductive and gratifying properties of computer jargon. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed.) Psychological and Social Implications Surrounding Internet and Gaming Addiction, IGI Global, Hershey, PA. (Pages 153-170).
  • Jonathan Bishop & Mark M.H. Goode (2015). Towards a subjectively devised parametric user model for analysing and influencing behaviour online using gamification: A review and model. In Jonathan Bishop (Ed). Gamification: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 595-610).
  • Jason Barratt and Jonathan Bishop (2015). The impacts of alcohol on e-dating activity: Increases in flame trolling corresponds with higher alcohol consumption.
    Publication Jonathan Bishop (Ed.) Psychological and Social Implications Surrounding Internet and Gaming Addiction, IGI Global, Hershey, PA. (Pages 186-197).
  • Ivan Mugabi and Jonathan Bishop (2015). The Need for a Dualist Application of Public and Private Law in Great Britain Following the Use of “Flame Trolling” During the 2011 UK Riots: A Review and Model. In: Maurice Dawson & Marwan Omar (Eds.) New Threats and Countermeasures in Digital Crime and Cyber Terrorism. IGI Global, Hershey, PA. (Pages 195-212).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). Trolling is not just a Art. It is an science: The Role of Automated Affective Screening in Regulating Digital Media and Reducing Risk of Trauma. In: Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha & Irene Maria Mortela (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Digital Crime, Cyberspace Security, and Information Assurance, IGI Global, Hershey, PA. (Pages 441-455).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). Sticks and Stones will break my Euros: The Role of EU Law in Dealing with Cyber-Bullying through Sysop Prerogative. In: Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha & Irene Maria Mortela (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Digital Crime, Cyberspace Security, and Information Assurance, IGI Global, Hershey, PA. (Pages 429-440).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). The Pit Head Baths are Now an Internet Café: The Role of Technology in Transforming Audience, Institutions, and Power Structures among Women in Wales. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed). Transforming Politics and Policy in the Digital Age, IGI Global, Hershey, PA (Pages 116-132).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). Microeconomics of Education and the Effect of Government Intervention: The Role of Classroom 2.0 in Facilitating the UK Government’s Schools Policies. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed). Transforming Politics and Policy in the Digital Age, IGI Global, Hershey, PA (Pages 39-51).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). We Don’t Do Politics: An Analysis and Discussion of Information Seeking Behaviour Research in Relation to the Net Generation. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed). Transforming Politics and Policy in the Digital Age, IGI Global, Hershey, PA (Pages 6-21).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). My Click is My Bond: The Role of Contracts, Social Proof, and Gamification for Sysops to Reduce Pseudo-Activism and Internet Trolling. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed.) Gamification for Human Factors Integration: Social, Educational, and Psychological Issues. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 1-16).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). Trolling for the Lulz?: Using Media Theory to Understand Transgressive Humour and Other Internet Trolling in Online Communities. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed.) Transforming Politics and Policy in the Digital Age. IGI Global, Hershey, PA (Pages 155-172).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). The Psychology of Trolling and Lurking: The Role of Defriending and Gamification for Increasing Participation in Online Communities Using Seductive Narratives. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed.) Gamification for Human Factors Integration: Social, Educational, and Psychological Issues. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 162-179).
  • Jonathan Bishop & Lisa Mannay (2014). Using the Internet to Make Local Music More Available to the South Wales Community. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed). Transforming Politics and Policy in the Digital Age, IGI Global, Hershey, PA. (Pages 53-68).
  • Jonathan Bishop & Mark M.H. Goode (2014). Towards a subjectively devised parametric user model for analysing and influencing behaviour online using gamification: A review and model. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed.) Gamification for Human Factors Integration: Social, Educational, and Psychological Issues. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 80-95).
  • Ashu M.G. Solo & Jonathan Bishop (2014). Conceptualizing Network Politics following the Arab Spring. In: Ashu M.G. Solo (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Political Activism in the Digital Age. IGI Global: Hershey, PA (Pages 231-239).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2013). Internet Trolling and Other Cyberlaw Issues in the UK and the International Arena. In: D.H. Goldhush, T.F. Claypoole; J.K. Sherwood; C. Bal; J. Bishop (Eds.) Understanding Developments in Cyberspace Law. Aspatore Books: Boston, MA. (Pages 109-120).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2013). Reducing Corruption and Protecting Privacy in Emerging Economies: The Potential of Neuroeconomic Gamification and Western Media Regulation in Trust Building and Economic Growth. In: B. Christiansen & M. Basilga. (Eds.) Economic Behavior, Game Theory, and Technology in Emerging Markets. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 237-249).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2013). The Psychology of Trolling and Lurking: The Role of Defriending and Gamification for Increasing Participation in Online Communities Using Seductive Narratives. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed.) Examining the Concepts, Issues, and Implications of Internet Trolling. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 106-123).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2013). Increasing Capital Revenue in Social Networking Communities: Building Social and Economic Relationships through Avatars and Characters. In: Jonathan Bishop (Ed.) Examining the Concepts, Issues, and Implications of Internet Trolling. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 44-61).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2012). The Psychology of Trolling and Lurking: The Role of Defriending and Gamification for Increasing Participation in Online Communities Using Seductive Narratives. In: H. Li (Ed.) Virtual Community Participation and Motivation: Cross-Disciplinary Theories. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 160-176).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2012). Lessons from The Emotivate Project for Increasing Take-up of Big Society and Responsible Capitalism Initiatives. In: P.M. Pumilia-Gnarini, E, Favaron, E. Pacetti, J. Bishop, L, Guerra (Eds.) Didactic Strategies and Technologies for Education: Incorporating Advancements. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 208-217).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2012). Cooperative e-learning in the multilingual and multicultural school: The role of ‘Classroom 2.0’ for increasing participation in education. In: P.M. Pumilia-Gnarini, E, Favaron, E. Pacetti, J. Bishop, L, Guerra (Eds.) Didactic Strategies and Technologies for Education Incorporating Advancements. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 137-150).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2011). All’s WELL that ends WELL: A comparative analysis of the Constitutional and Administrative Frameworks of Cyberspace and the United Kingdom. In: A. Dudley-Sponaugle & J. Braman (Eds). Investigating Cyber Law and Cyber Ethics: Issues, Impacts and Practices. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 254-263).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2011). The Role of Augmented E-Learning Systems for Enhancing Pro-social Behaviour in Socially Impaired Individuals. In: B. Lau (ed.). Assistive and Augmentive Communication for the Disabled: Intelligent Technologies for Communication, Learning and Teaching. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 248-272).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2011). Increasing Capital Revenue in Social Networking Communities: Building Social and Economic Relationships through Avatars and Characters. In: IRMA (Ed.). Virtual Communities: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 1720-1734).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2010). Increasing Capital Revenue in Social Networking Communities: Building Social and Economic Relationships through Avatars and Characters. In: S. Dasgupta (Ed.) Social Computing: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 1987-2004).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2009). The Role of Multi-Agent Social Networking Systems in Ubiquitous Education: Enhancing Peer-Supported Reflective Learning. In: T.T. Goh (Ed). Multiplatform E-Learning Systems and Technologies: Mobile Devices for Ubiquitous ICT-Based Education. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 72-88).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2009). Increasing The Economic Sustainability Of Online Communities: An Empirical Investigation. In: M.O. Parker and A.D. Petrov (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Sociology Research. Nova Science Publishers. New York, NY. (Pages 667-674).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2008). Understanding and facilitating the development of social networks in online dating communities: A Case Study and Model. In: C. Romm-Livermore & K. Setzekorn (Eds.). Social Networking Communities and EDating Services: Concepts and Implications. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. (Pages 266-277)
  • Jonathan Bishop (2008). Increasing Capital Revenue in Social Networking Communities: Building Social and Economic Relationships through Avatars and Characters. In: C. Romm-Livermore & K. Setzekorn (eds.). Social Networking Communities and EDating Services: Concepts and Implications. IGI Global: Hershey, PA.
    (Pages 60-77).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2007). Ecological Cognition: A New Dynamic for Human-Computer Interaction. In: B. Wallace, A. Ross, J. Davies & T. Anderson (eds.). The Mind, the Body and the World: Psychology after Cognitivism. Imprint Academic: Exeter (Pages 327-345).