Research Contributions

Journal Articles

Raynauld, Vincent, Emmanuelle Richez, and Katie Morris Boudreau. 2017. “Canada is #IdleNoMore: Exploring Dynamics of Indigenous Political and Civil Protest in the Twitterverse.” Information, Communication & Society, Online First.


Chapters

Richez, Emmanuelle, and Vincent Raynauld. Under review. “Une nouvelle vague de luttes autochtones : Étude de l’impact politique du mouvement Idle No More.” In Citoyennetés autochtones, ed. Stéphane Marceau and Daniel Salée. Montreal: Québec-Amérique.


Conference Presentations

Richez, Emmanuelle, and Vincent Raynauld. 2017. “Bien plus qu’un mouvement de contestation : Idle No More et l’émergence d’une appartenance identitaire.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Société québécoise de science politique, Montréal QC, Canada.

Richez, Emmanuelle, and Vincent Raynauld. 2017. “Évaluation de l’impact politique des mouvements sociaux : Le cas d’Idle No More.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, Toronto ON, Canada.

Richez, Emmanuelle, Vincent Raynauld, and Abunya Medina. 2017. “A Look at IdleNoMore: Unpacking the Effects of Social Movements on Political Discourse and Policy Development.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago IL, United States.

Boudreau, Katie, Emmanuelle Richez, Vincent Raynauld, and Abunya Medina. 2016. “Canada is #IdleNoMore: Unpacking the Effects of Social Media Activism on Political Discourse and Policy Development.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, Calgary AB, Canada.

Boudreau, Katie, Emmanuelle Richez, and Vincent Raynauld. 2016. “Canada is #IdleNoMore: Exploring Dynamics of Indigenous Political and Civic Protest in the Twitterverse.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Political Science Association, Poznań, Poland.

Raynauld, Vincent, Emmanuelle Richez, Katie Boudreau, and Abunya Medina. 2016. “Canada is #IdleNoMore: Unpacking Dynamics of Indigenous Political Engagement on Twitter.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Cross-Cultural Communication Conference, Bangkok, Thailand.

Richez, Emmanuelle, Vincent Raynauld, Abunya Medina, and Katie Boudreau. 2016. “Web politique, activisme et développement des politiques publiques au Canada: Le cas d’Idle No More.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Société Québécoise de Science Politique, Quebec City QC, Canada.

Richez, Emmanuelle, and Vincent Raynauld. 2015. “The #Idlenomore Effect: Unpacking Aboriginals’ Use of Social Media for Identity-Based Civic and Policy Engagement.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, Ottawa ON, Canada.

Richez, Emmanuelle, and Vincent Raynauld. 2015. “The #Idlenomore Factor: Characterizing Twitter’s Impact on Aboriginal Political Engagement in Canada.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.


Other Contributions

Raynauld, Vincent, and Mireille Lalacentte. 2018. “Tweeting Truth to Power in an Era of Revised Patterns of Mobilization in Canada.” Presentation, Emerson-Blanquerna Global Summit 2018, Washington DC, United States.

Richez, Emmanuelle, and Vincent Raynauld. 2017. “Renewed Wave of Indigenous Mobilization: A Study of the Impact of the Idle No More Movement.” Guest lecture, University of Windsor’s Political Science Department Brown Bag Series, Windsor ON, Canada.

Richez, Emmanuelle, and Vincent Raynauld. 2017. “The Idle No More Movement: Impacts on Mobilization, Political Conversation, and Policy Making.” Webinar presentation, The Conference Board of Canada, http://www.conferenceboard.ca/e-library/abstract.aspx?did=8970

Medina, Abunya, Vincent Raynauld, Emmanuelle Richez, and Katie Boudreau. 2016. “Social Media, Culture, and Political Protest: A Look at the Case of the #IdleNoMore Movement in Canada.Engagement Lab @ Emerson Collegehttps://medium.com/engagement-lab-emerson-college/social-media-culture-and-political-protest-a-look-at-the-case-of-the-idlenomore-movement-in-c1f7d822c6ec#.gmpksypsf

Raynauld, Vincent, and Emmanuelle Richez, 2016. “Retour sur le mouvement #IdleNoMore: Analyse des pratiques d’engagement politique sur Twitter et leur impact sur les élites politiques.” Invited speakers, Université nomade (L’Institut national de la recherche scientifique), Montréal QC, Canada.

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