Books

Listed by date, most recent first.

Making is Connecting: Second expanded edition (Polity, 2018 – forthcoming).
Making Media Studies: The Creativity Turn in Media and Communications Studies (Peter Lang, 2015).
Making is Connecting: The social meaning of creativity, from DIY and knitting to YouTube and Web 2.0 (Polity, 2011).
— Korean translation published by Samcheolli Publishing, Seoul (2011).
— Italian translation (La società dei makers) published by Marsilio, Rome (2013).
Media Studies 2.0, and Other Battles around the Future of Media Research (Kindle, 2011).
Media, Gender and Identity: Second edition (Routledge, 2008).
Creative Explorations: New approaches to identities and audiences (Routledge, 2007).
Moving Experiences, Second edition: Media effects and beyond (John Libbey, 2005).
Web.Studies, Second edition (Arnold and Oxford University Press, 2004).
Media, Gender and Identity: An Introduction (Routledge, 2002).
Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies For The Digital Age (Arnold and Oxford University Press, 2000).
— Chinese translation published in the series ‘Western Journalism and Communications Classics’ by Xinhua Publishing (2003).
TV Living: Television, Culture and Everyday Life (Routledge, 1999). Written with Annette Hill.
Video Critical: Children, The Environment and Media Power (John Libbey, 1997).
Moving Experiences: Understanding Television’s Influences and Effects (John Libbey, 1995).

Articles, reports and book chapters

Single-authored by David Gauntlett unless otherwise stated.

This list does not include lectures, talks & presentations.

Social Entrepreneurs Re-Imagine Learning (2017), Billund: LEGO Foundation.
EU Digital DIY project output 5.4: Digital DIY Manifesto (2017), co-produced with Isabelle Risner.
EU Digital DIY project output 5.3: The Relationships Between Digital DIY and Social Change (2017), co-produced with Isabelle Risner.
EU Digital DIY project output 5.2: The Social Impact of Digital DIY (2017), co-produced with Isabelle Risner.
EU Digital DIY project output 5.1: Digital DIY Case Studies – videos (2016), co-produced with Isabelle Risner.
‘Making things is even more vital than you think’ (2015), in John Baichtal, ed., Maker Pro, San Francisco: Maker Media.
The internet is ancient, small steps are important, and four other theses about making things in a digital world’ (2015), in Nelson Zagalo and Pedro Branco, editors, Creativity in the Digital Age, London: Springer-Verlag.
David Gauntlett and Amy Twigger Holroyd (2014), ‘On making, sustainability and the importance of small steps: A conversation’, Conjunctions: Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation, vol. 1, no. 1.
The LEGO System as a tool for thinking, creativity, and changing the world’ (2014), in Mark J. P. Wolf, ed., Lego Studies, New York: Routledge.
Sarah Banet-Weiser, Nancy K. Baym, Francesca Coppa, David Gauntlett, Jonathan Gray, Henry Jenkins, Adrienne Shaw (2014), ‘Participations: Dialogues on the Participatory Promise of Contemporary Culture and Politics — Part 1: Creativity’, The International Journal of Communication, vol. 8, pp. 1069-1088, available at http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/2721/1117.
Creativity and Digital Innovation’ (2013), in Youngs, Gillian, ed., Digital World: Connectivity, Creativity and Rights, London: Routledge.
Gauntlett, David and Thomsen, Bo Stjerne (2013), Cultures of Creativity, Billund: LEGO Foundation.
Didem Ozkul and David Gauntlett (2013), ‘Locative Media in the City: Drawing Maps and Telling Stories’, in Jason Farman, ed., The Mobile Story:Narrative Practices with Locative Technologies, New York: Routledge.
Awan, Fatimah, & Gauntlett, David (2013), ‘Young People’s Uses and Understandings of Online Social Networks in Their Everyday Lives’, Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research, May 2013, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 111-132. DOI: 10.1177/1103308813477463. [Abstract].
‘Enabling and constraining creativity and collaboration: Some reflections after Adventure Rock’ (2013), in Thornham, Helen & Popple, Simon, eds, Content Cultures: Transformations of User Generated Content in Public Service Broadcasting, London: I.B.Tauris.
Foreword’ (2013) to Lindgren, Simon, New Noise: A Cultural Sociology of Digital Disruption, New York: Peter Lang.
Awan, Fatimah, & Gauntlett, David (2013), ‘Remote living: Exploring online (and offline) experiences of young people living in rural areas’, European Journal of Cultural Studies, vol. 16, no. 1 (February 2013), pp. 3-23. DOI: 10.1177/1367549412457476. [Abstract].
Gauntlett, David; Ackermann, Edith; Whitebread, David; Wolbers, Thomas; Weckstrom, Cecilia, and Stjerne Thomsen, Bo (2012), The Future of Learning, Billund: LEGO Learning Institute.
Towards “publish, then filter” for academic research’, LSE Impact of the Social Sciences blog, London: London School of Economics, 10 July 2012.
A tale of two books: An experiment in cutting out the middlepeople with Kindle self-publishing’, LSE Impact of the Social Sciences blog, London: London School of Economics, 28 May 2012.
Several blog posts from our AHRC-funded Digital Transformations project, including:

‘Studying Creativity in the Age of Web 2.0: David Gauntlett and Henry Jenkins in conversation’ (2011), published in three parts on Henry Jenkins’ blog: part one, part two, part three.
Good and bad times for making and thinking’ (2011), in Networks, Summer 2011, Brighton: Art/Design/Media Subject Centre, The Higher Education Academy.
Six principles for media education’ (2011), in Wardle, Jon & Fraser, Pete, eds, A Manifesto for Media Education, at http://www.manifestoformediaeducation.co.uk
Awan, Fatimah, & Gauntlett, David (2011), ‘Creative and visual methods in audience research’, in Nightingale, Virginia, ed., Handbook of Media Audiences, Oxford: Blackwell.
Gauntlett, David, & Awan, Fatimah (2011), ‘Action-based visual and creative methods in social research’, in Heywood, Ian & Sandywell, Barry, eds, Handbook of Visual Culture, Oxford: Berg.
Gauntlett, David; Ackermann, Edith; Whitebread, David; Wolbers, Thomas, & Weckstrom, Cecilia (2011), The Future of Play, Billund: LEGO Learning Institute.
Social creativity is the heart of a strong and happy society’ (2010), in Britton, Tessy, ed., Hand Made: Portraits of Emergent New Community Culture, London: Blurb.
Creativity, Participation, and Connectedness: An interview with David Gauntlett‘ (2010), in Sonvilla-Weiss, Stefan, ed., Mashup Cultures, New York: Springer Wien.
Ackermann, Edith; Gauntlett, David; Wolbers, Thomas, & Weckstrom, Cecilia (2010), Defining Systematic Creativity in the Digital Realm, Billund: LEGO Learning Institute.
Media Studies 2.0: A response’ (2009), Interactions, vol. 1, no. 1. (Special launch issue discussing ‘Media Studies 2.0’).
Ackermann, Edith; Gauntlett, David, & Weckstrom, Cecilia (2009),Defining Systematic Creativity, Billund: LEGO Learning Institute.
Jackson, Lizzie; Gauntlett, David, & Steemers, Jeanette (2009),Children in Virtual Worlds – Adventure Rock users and producers study, London: BBC & University of Westminster. Available from http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/knowledgeexchange/westminsterone.pdf
Jackson, Lizzie; Gauntlett, David, & Steemers, Jeanette (2009),Virtual Worlds – An Overview and Study of BBC Children’s Adventure Rock, London: BBC & University of Westminster. Available from http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/knowledgeexchange/westminstertwo.pdf
‘Wikipedia’ (2009), in Glen Creeber and Royston Martin, editors, Digital Cultures: Understanding New Media, Open University Press, Maidenhead.
‘Media Studies 2.0′ (2009), in Glen Creeber and Royston Martin, editors, Digital Cultures: Understanding New Media, Open University Press, Maidenhead.
‘Creative brainwork: Building metaphors of identity for social science research’ (2008), in Knut Lundby, editor, Digital Storytelling, Mediatized Stories, Peter Lang, New York.
‘Neue Forschungsmethoden in der Publikumsforschung’ (2006), in Lothar Mikos, Dagmar Hoffmann, Rainer Winter, editors,Mediennutzung, Identität und Identifikationen, Juventa Verlag GmbH, Weinheim, Germany.
‘Creative and visual methods for exploring identities’ (2006) by David Gauntlett and Peter Holzwarth, Visual Studies, Vol. 21, No. 1, April 2006, pp. 82-91.
‘Ten Things Wrong With Media Effects Studies’ (2006) [another reproduction of this article, again revised slightly] in C.Kay Weaver and Cynthia Carter, editors, Critical Readings: Violence and the Media, Maidenhead and New York: Open University Press.
‘Using Creative Visual Research Methods to Understand Media Audiences’ (2005) in Medienpädagogik (Media Education), vol. 4, no. 1, special issue on visual methods in research.http://www.medienpaed.com
‘Madonna’s daughters: Girl power and the empowered girl-pop breakthrough’ (2004) in Santiago Fouz-Hernández and Freya Jarman, editors, Madonna’s Drowned Worlds: New Approaches to Her Cultural Transformations (1983-2003), London: Ashgate.
‘Ten Things Wrong with the “Effects Model”’ [2004 version] in Media Studies: The Essential Resource, edited by Philip Rayner, Peter Wall and Stephen Kruger (2004), London: Routledge.
‘The trouble with media studies’ in Media Studies: The Essential Resource, edited by Philip Rayner, Peter Wall and Stephen Kruger (2004), London: Routledge.
‘Preface’ (2002) to the book Japanese Cybercultures, edited by Nanette Gottlieb and Mark McLelland, Routledge, London & New York. Published December 2002.
Review of ‘Sexualities and Popular Culture’ by Carl B. Holmberg, inArchives of Sexual Behavior, vol. 32, no. 2 (April 2003).
‘The worrying influence of “media effects” studies’ (2001), in Barker, Martin & Petley, Julian, eds, Ill Effects: The Media/Violence Debate(Second Edition), Routledge, London & New York.
Web Studies: A User’s Guide‘ (2000), in David Gauntlett, ed., Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies For The Digital Age, Arnold and Oxford University Press, London & New York.
‘The Web goes to the pictures’ (2000), in David Gauntlett, ed.,Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies For The Digital Age, Arnold and Oxford University Press, London & New York.
‘The Future: Faster, smaller, more, more, more’ (2000), in David Gauntlett, ed., Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies For The Digital Age, Arnold and Oxford University Press, London & New York.
‘Glossary’ (with David Silver) (2000), in David Gauntlett, ed.,Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies For The Digital Age, Arnold and Oxford University Press, London & New York.
‘Digital Sexualities: A guide to internet resources’ (1999), inSexualities, vol. 2, no. 3, August 1999.
‘Losing Sight of the Ball?: Children, Media and the Global Environment in a Video Research Project’ (1999), in Ralph, Sue; Langham Brown, Jo, and Lees, Tim, eds, Youth and the Global Media, University of Luton Press, Luton.
‘Don’s Diary’ (1999), in The Times Higher Education Supplement, 7 May 1999, p. 14.
Ten things wrong with the “effects model”‘ (1998), in Dickinson, Roger; Harindranath, Ramaswani, & Linne, Olga, eds, Approaches to Audiences, Arnold, London.
‘Moral panic and media effects’ (1998), in Jones, Derek, ed.,Censorship: An International Encyclopedia, Fitzroy Dearborn, London.
‘Introduction: Why no clear answers on media effects?’ (1997), in Charlton, Tony, & David, Kenneth, eds, Elusive Links: Television, Video Games, Cinema and Children’s Behaviour, Park Published Papers, London.
‘Another crisis for media studies’ (1997), in In The Picture media education magazine, no. 31 (autumn 1997).
A Profile of Complainants and their Complaints (1995), BSC Research Working Paper No. 10, Broadcasting Standards Council, London. (A4 + 62pp).
“Full of very different people all mixed up together”: Understanding community and environment through the classroom video project’ (1995), in Primary Teaching Studies, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 8-13.
‘Screening the evidence’ (1995), in The Times Educational Supplement, 28 April 1995, section two, p. 22.
‘Calling all couch potatoes’ (1994), in The Times Higher Education Supplement, 8 July 1994, p. 13.