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Dr Massimo Ragnedda

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

Prior to joining the University of Northumbria, I worked at the University of Sassari from 2006 to 2012. During this time, I've worked as a lecturer and supervisor of research, published widely and delivered presentations in several countries.


Cultural Studies PhD February 28 2006

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Measuring Digital Capital, Ragnedda, M., Ruiu, M., Addeo, F. 27 Aug 2019, In: New Media and Society
  • Conceptualizing Digital Capital, Ragnedda, M. 1 Dec 2018, In: Telematics and Informatics
  • Tackling digital exclusion, Ragnedda, M. 15 Aug 2018, Global Agenda for Social Justice, Bristol, Policy Press
  • The three levels of digital divide in East EU countries, Ragnedda, M., Kreitem, H. 1 Dec 2018, In: World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies
  • Emerging political narratives on Malawian digital spaces, Mutsvairo, B., Ragnedda, M. 22 Nov 2017, In: Communicatio
  • Empowering local communities through collective grassroots actions: The case of “No Al Progetto Eleonora” in the Arborea District (OR, Sardinia), Ruiu, M., Ragnedda, M. 1 Feb 2017, In: The Communication Review
  • Social capital and the three levels of digital divide, Ragnedda, M., Ruiu, M. 1 Oct 2017, Theorizing Digital Divides, Abingdon, Taylor & Francis
  • Theorizing Digital Divides, Ragnedda, M., Muschert, G. 2 Oct 2017
  • The Quadruple Helix Model of Libraries: The Role of Public Libraries in Newcastle upon Tyne, Ruiu, M., Ragnedda, M. 2 Oct 2017, In: Public Library Quarterly
  • The Third Digital Divide: A Weberian approach to digital inequalities, Ragnedda, M. 21 Feb 2017

PGR Supervision

  • Indra Prawira The Political News Construction in Post-authoritarian Indonesia. Citizen Journalism in Online News Media during 2017 Election Start: 20/10/2018
  • Hanna Kreitem Internet Walled Gardens: Artificial Internet Limitations and Digital Inequalities Start: 01/10/2016


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