Philippe Ross

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Philippe Ross
Associate Professor, Department of Communication
1997/1998 – Licence Studies, Communication, Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle Paris III (France)
1998 – BA (hons) Communication, University of Ottawa
2001 – MSc Communication, Université de Montréal
2006 – PhD Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science (UK)
2006/2007 – Postdoctoral Fellowship, Communication Studies, Concordia University

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Email: pross@uOttawa.ca

Philippe Ross

Biography

Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and thereby authorized to supervise theses.

Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Media Studies

Selected publications

 Articles in refereed journals

 Ross, P. (2013). ‘Coordination entre production et réception : de l’interaction directe à la quasi-interaction médiée’, tic&société 6 (2). http://ticetsociete.revues.org/1282

Ross, P. (2012). ‘Experts and Amateurs in Communication and Culture: Introduction to this special issue / Experts et amateurs en communication et culture: Introduction au numéro thématique’, Canadian Journal of Media Studies / Revue canadienne d’études médiatiques, Special Issue Fall 2012, pp. 1-18. http://cjms.fims.uwo.ca/issues/special/RossIntro.pdf

Ross, P. (2012). ‘Were Producers and Audiences Ever Separate? Conceptualizing Production as Social Situation’, Television and New Media, OnlineFirst Version of Record: 24 August 2012. http://tvn.sagepub.com/content/early/2012/08/14/1527476412454686

Ross, P. (2012). ‘What Is Distinctive About Mediation? Experience and Expertise in Media’, Sociology Compass 6(10), pp. 781-792. 

Ross, P. (2011). ‘Problematizing the User in User-Centred Production: A New Media Lab Meets its Audiences’, Social Studies of Science 41(2), 251-270.

Ross, P. (2011). ‘Is There an Expertise of Production? The Case of New Media Producers’, New Media & Society 13(6), 912-928.

 Chapters in books

 Shtern, J., D. Paré, P. Ross and M. Dick (2013). ‘Historiographic Innovation: How the Past Explains the Future of Social Media Services’, in Storsul, T. and A. Krumsvik (eds), Media Innovations, Gothenburg: Nordicom, pp. 239-254.

Journal issues edited

Ross, P. (ed) (2012): Special themed double issue of Canadian Journal of Media Studies/Revue canadienne d’études médiatiques titled ‘Extending Expertise? / Extension de l’expertise ?’ based on 2011 SSHRC-supported conference of same name.

http://cjms.fims.uwo.ca/issues/special/index.html

Conference presentations

Ross, P. (2013). ‘Testing Media Producers Through Imitation Games : The Promise of a Novel Experimental Method’, Canadian Communications Association (CCA) annual conference 2013, University of Victoria (British Columbia), 5 June 2013.

Ross, P. (2012). ‘Goffman and the Social Situation of Production’, Canadian Communications Association (CCA) annual conference 2012, Wilfrid Laurier University and University of Waterloo, Kitchener-Waterloo (Ontario), 31 May 2012.

Ross, P. (2012). Participant in CCA Technology and Emerging Media Research Group inaugural roundtable discussion ‘Digital Medias and Technologies: Cross Perspectives from Communication and STS/Médias et technologies numériques: Regards croisés des études en Communication et en STS’, Canadian Communications Association (CCA) annual conference 2012, Wilfrid Laurier University and University of Waterloo, Kitchener-Waterloo (Ontario), 31 May 2012. (invited)

Ross, P. (2011). ‘On the Social Situation of Production’, SEESHOP5: the 5th International Workshop on the   Study of Expertise and Experience, Cardiff University, UK, 10-13 June 2011. (invited)

Ross, P. (2010) ‘Experts and Amateurs in Mass Communication: Questioning the Distinction’, International Communication Association 2010 Conference, Singapore, 22-26 June.

Ross, P. (2009) ‘Is There an Expertise of New Media Production ? The Case of New Media Producers’, SEESHOP3: the 3rd International Workshop on the Study of Expertise and Experience, Cardiff University, UK.

Ross, P. (2007) ‘Questioning the User-Centric Worldview in the Study of Technology: Research into the Experience and Expertise of New Media Producers’, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) 50th Anniversary Conference, UNESCO, Paris.

Ross, P. (2006) ‘Mediation and Experience-based Expertise: Broadening the Producer-User Interface in the Production of New Media’,Colloque de l’Association canadienne de communication (ACC) 2006, York University, Toronto.

Co-organizer of Canadian Communications Association Conference 2005, University of Western Ontario, London.

Ross, P. (2004) ‘Mediation in New Media Production: Representation of, and Interaction with, Audiences/Users at NESTA Futurelab.’ Canadian communications Association (CCA) Annual Conference 2004, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.     

 

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