College Directory

Jasmine McNealy, Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Department of Telecommunication
Associate Director - Marion B. Brechner First Amendment Project

Office: 3062 Weimer Phone: 352-846-0226 Email: jmcnealy@jou.ufl.edu

Bio

Jasmine E. McNealy is an associate professor in the Department of Telecommunication, in the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida, where she studies information, communication, and technology with a view toward influencing law and policy. Her research focuses on privacy, online media, and communities. She holds a PhD in Mass Communication with and emphasis in Media Law, and a J.D. from the University of Florida, and a Bachelor of Science degree in both Journalism and Afro-American studies from the University of Wisconsin.

News

Publications

 2018-2020

Edited Volumes

“Communicating Artificial Intelligence: Theory, Research, and Practice,” Communication Studies, forthcoming 2020, w/Seungahn Nah, Jang Hyun Kim, and Jungseock Joo.

“Blockchain for Good: Special Issue on Democracy and Civic Technology,” Frontiers in Blockchain, forthcoming 2020, w/Nichola Cooper and Marta Poblet Balcell.

Refereed Journal Articles

Mullis, Michaela Devyn* & McNealy, Jasmine E. (2020) “Freeing the Nipple One Broadcast at a Time: FCC Indecency Regulations of Nudity,” Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society (forthcoming)

McNealy, Jasmine E. & Mullis, Michaela Devyn.(2019) “Tea and Turbulence: Communication privacy management and celebrity gossip sites,” Computers in Human Behavior, 92(1), 110-118.

Reports

“Twitter Reactions to Hurricane Irma: Mining social media for inferences,” for UF Public Utility Research Center, February 2018.

Design Projects/Prototypes

Threat Index – April 2019, Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy, Harvard University Kennedy School, Privacy Forecast 2019.

Shorter Works

“Newsworthiness, the First Amendment, and Platform Transparency,” Concurring Opinions FAN 200, September 12, 2018.

“What is doxxing and why is it so scary?” The Conversation, May 16, 2018, available at: http://theconversation.com/what-is-doxxing-and-why-is-it-so-scary-95848

Reviewed by Jasmine McNealy (2018) Carter G. Woodson: History, The Black Press, and Public Relations, by Burnis R. Morris, Mass Communication and Society, DOI: 10.1080/15205436.2018.1471872

 

Research

Research Keywords

Privacy, reputation, social media, journalism, technology, surveillance, literacy, engagement, culture, intellectual property.

Courses

Syllabi from the current and three previous semesters: