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JCU Authors Bibliography

Helton Levy

Publications from 2012

Levy, Helton. 2024. Globalized Queerness: Identities and Commodities in Queer Popular Culture. Library of Gender and Popular Culture. London ; Bloomsbury Academic.

Levy, Helton, and Eleonora Diamanti. 2023. “Spray without Politics? Contrasting Street-Based Perceptions and Computer Vision Framings of Graffitied Rome.Convergence, February.

Levy, Helton. 2022. “Young Venezuelans Experience of Migration on YouTube.” Presented at the SLAS Meeting Bath.

Levy, Helton. 2021. Review of Gay Men and Feminist Women in the Fight for Equality: ‘What Did You Do During the Second Wave, Daddy? by D. Travers Scott. International Journal of Communication (Online) 15 (June): 2918–20.

Levy, Helton, and Dan Mercea. 2021. “Exploring Narrative Linearity between Twitter and the News: Echoes of the Arab Spring in Brazil.Discourse & Society 32 (6).

Levy, Helton. 2020a. “Grammars of Contestation and Pluralism: Paulo Freire’s Action in Brazil’s Periphery and the Rise of Right-Wing Discourse on YouTube.International Communication Gazette 82 (5): 474–89.

Levy, Helton. 2020b. “Surveying Research on Favelas and the Media: Emphases and Absences in Decades of Critical Explorations.Popular Communication 19 (2): 1-15.

Levy, Helton. 2020c. “Understanding Viral Communism: A Thematic Analysis of Twitter During Brazil’s 2018 Elections.Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture 15 (1): 19–36.

Levy, Helton. 2020d. "What Do Massive Protests Tell about a Nation?" Review of Media and the Image of the Nation during Brazil’s 2013 Protests by César Jiménez-Martínez. LSE Review of Books (blog).  

Levy, Helton. 2019a. “Accepting Pluralism at Brazil’s Peripheries: The New Grammars of Contestation on the Media.” PowerPoint presented at Loughborough University, UK, June 2019.  

Levy, Helton. 2019b. “Gospel News: How Evangelical Websites Shape the Views of Millions of Brazilians.The Conversation

Mercea, Dan, and Helton Levy. 2019a. “Cuing Collective Outcomes on Twitter: A Qualitative Reading of Movement Social Learning.International Journal of Communication 13 (October): 5629–51.

Mercea, Dan, and Helton Levy. 2019b. “The Activist Chroniclers of Occupy Gezi: Counterposing Visibility to Injustice.” In The Aesthetics of Global Protest: Visual Culture and Communication, edited by Aidan McGarry, Itir Erhart, Hande Eslen-Ziya, Olu Jenzen, and Umut Korkut, 233-46. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Amsterdam University Press. 

Levy, Helton. 2018a. “Alternative Media and the Brazilian State. From Repression to ‘Mídialivrismo.’”  PowerPoint presented at University of Leeds, UK. 

Levy, Helton. 2018b. “Disrupting the Old Periphery: Alternative Media, Inequality and Counter-Mapping in Brazil.Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture 13 (2): 61–76. 

Levy, Helton. 2018c. “From the Media of the Periphery to Peripheral Media: The Changing Priorities of Brazil’s Alternative Ecology.The Communication Review 21 (4): 296–313.

Levy, Helton. 2018d. “Online Self-Representation in Brazil’s Favelas: Personalising the Periphery.First Monday 23 (8).

Levy, Helton. 2018e. “Reading Stuart Hall as an Immigrant", Review of Familiar Stranger: A Life Between Two Islands, by Stuart Hall.Helton Levy (blog). February 24, 2018.

Levy, Helton. 2018f. The Internet, Politics, and Inequality in Contemporary Brazil: Peripheral Media. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 

Levy, Helton, and Claudia Sarmento. 2018. “Watching the 2016 Olympics on Brazil’s Alternative Media: From Platform Hijack to Discourse Autonomy.Journalism 21 (10): 1401–14.

Levy, Helton. 2017a. “Personalising the Periphery? Networked Youth from Favelas and Mainstream Media in Brazil.” PowerPoint presented at the CPAC Conference, University of York, UK. 

Levy, Helton. 2017b. “Social Media and Favelas: The Build up of Peripheral Subjectivities.” Discover Society. 

Levy, Helton. 2016a. “Reporting the 2014 World Cup: Football First and Social Issues Last.Sport in Society 20 (5–6): 572–82.

Levy, Helton. 2016b. Review of Networked Publics and Digital Contention: The Politics of Everyday Life in Tunisia, by Mohamed Zayani. LSE Review of Books (blog). March 21, 2016. 

Levy, Helton. 2016c. Review of Networks of Outrage and Hope: Social Movements in the Internet Age, by Manuel Castells. LSE Review of Books (blog). January 4, 2016. 

Levy, Helton. 2016d. “Unmuting Peripheries.” PowerPoint presented at the Global Media Conference, City University of London UK. 

Levy, Helton. 2015a. “The Alternative Media Coverage in Brazil.” PhD Annual Conference, University of Westminster, UK.

Levy, Helton. 2015b. “The Rise of Brazil’s ‘Free Journalists.’” Open Democracy. 

Vilar, Helton. 2013. Entre a Fé e a Notícia: Jornalismo Gospel no Brasil. Artepalavra.