My ongoing research examines the social, legal, and policy implications of recent and emerging information, communication, and media technologies with an emphasis on digital marketing and advertising practices. My dissertation investigates how the collection and use of personal data impacts consumers’ trust, attention, decisions, privacy, and autonomy. I also work to develop social research methods that rely on computational techniques and/or networked information.

For specific research papers, projects, and presentations, please refer to my curriculum vitae.