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C. (Chrysi) Dagoula, PhD

Assistant Professor
C. (Chrysi) Dagoula, PhD



Chrysi Dagoula is an assistant professor at the Centre for Media and Journalism Studies. She earned her PhD, entitled ‘The Ongoing Structural Transformations of the Digital Public Sphere(s): The Role of Journalism’, in 2017 from the University of Sheffield, Department of Journalism Studies. PhD thesis also awarded with honourable mention for best dissertation in 'Information, Technology and Politics" in 2018 by APSA (American Political Science Association).

She is the author of the book Mapping the Greek Journalistic Twitter: a theoretical and practical approach (2019, Metamesonykties) and of the forthcoming book News Journalism and Twitter: Disruption, Adaption and Normalisation (2022, Routledge). She is also the co-editor of the volume 6+1 Proposals for Journalism: Safeguarding the Field in the Digital Era (2022, Intellect Books).

Chrysi's broader academic research interests concern the developments in digital, social and political communication and in (digital) journalism. More specifically, her overlapping areas of expertise are: a) the evolution of digitally mediated social and political arenas; b) technologies and platforms as cause for social and/or political change; c) manifestations of social and political expression in digital and social media environments; d) the effects of digital and social media on journalists and media actors; e) political communication and messaging in explicitly non-political cultural settings; f) digital research methods (e.g., multimodal discourse analysis).
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