Caitlin Petre
Caitlin Petre
Assistant Professor of Journalism & Media Studies, Rutgers University School of Communication & Information
Verified email at rutgers.edu
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The traffic factories: Metrics at chartbeat, gawker media, and the New York Times
C Petre
1592015
Engineering consent: How the design and marketing of newsroom analytics tools rationalize journalists’ labor
C Petre
Digital Journalism 6 (4), 509-527, 2018
602018
Styles of causal thought: An empirical investigation
G Abend, C Petre, M Sauder
American Journal of Sociology 119 (3), 602-654, 2013
472013
“Gaming the system”: Platform paternalism and the politics of algorithmic visibility
C Petre, BE Duffy, E Hund
Social Media+ Society 5 (4), 2056305119879995, 2019
412019
A quantitative turn in journalism?
C Petre
Tow Center for Digital Journalism, October 30, 2013
192013
The traffic factories: Metrics at Chartbeat, Gawker Media, and
C Petre
The New York Times. Tow Center for Digital Journalism, 2015
112015
Making peace with metrics: Relational work in online news production
A Christin, C Petre
Sociologica 14 (2), 133-156, 2020
92020
Managing metrics: The containment, disclosure, and sanctioning of audience data at the New York Times
C Petre
The Tow Center for Digital Journalism, 1-35, 2015
92015
Professionalizing Contingency: How Journalism Schools Adapt to Deprofessionalization
M Besbris, C Petre
Social Forces 98 (4), 1524-1547, 2020
52020
The social life of metrics: The production, interpretation, and use of data analytics in online journalism
C Petre
Unpublished Doctoral dissertation). NYU Department of Sociology, New York …, 2015
52015
The Traffic Factories
C Petre
Tow Center. Accessed May 7, 2015
52015
All the News That’s Fit to Click: How Metrics Are Transforming the Work of Journalists
C Petre
Princeton University Press, 2021
2021
42. Data-Driven Editorial? Considerations for Working With Audience Metrics
C Petre
Towards a Critical Data Practice, 299, 2021
2021
Review of Pax Technica: How the Internet of Things May Set Us Free or Lock Us Up, by Philip N. Howard
C Petre
Contemporary Sociology 46 (1), 84-85, 2017
2017
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