Peer-reviewed journal articles
Gerrard, Y. (forthcoming early 2021). Re-thinking women’s guilty pleasures in a social media age, from soap opera to teen drama series. Journal of Popular Television.
Gillespie, T., Aufderheide, P., Carmi, E., Gerrard, Y., Gorwa, R., Matamoros-Fernández, A., Roberts, S.T., Sinnreich, A. and Myers West, S. (2020). Expanding the debate about content moderation: scholarly research agendas for the coming policy debates. Internet Policy Review. Link
Gerrard, Y. (2020). The COVID-19 mental health content moderation conundrum. Social Media + Society: 2k Special Issue. PDF | Link
Gerrard, Y. and Thornham, H. (2020). Content moderation: social media’s sexist assemblages. New Media and Society. PDF | Link
Gerrard, Y. (2020). Social media content moderation: six opportunities for feminist intervention. Feminist Media Studies: Commentary and Criticism. PDF| Link
Gerrard, Y. (2020). What’s in a (pseudo)name?: Ethical conundrums for the principles of anonymisation in social media research. Qualitative Research. PDF | Link
McCosker, A. and Gerrard, Y. (2020). Hashtagging depression on Instagram: towards a more inclusive mental health research methodology. New Media and Society. PDF | Link
Edwards, L., Philip, F. and Gerrard, Y. (2019). Communicating feminist politics? The double-edged sword of using social media in a feminist organisation. Feminist Media Studies. PDF | Link
Gerrard, Y. (2018). Beyond the hashtag: circumventing content moderation on social media. New Media and Society. PDF | Link
Gerrard, Y. (2017). ‘It’s a secret thing’: digital disembedding through online teen drama fandoms. First Monday. Link
Hill, R., Kennedy, H. and Gerrard, Y. (2016). Visualizing junk: big data visualizations and the need for feminist data studies. Journal of Communication Inquiry. PDF | Link
Gerrard, Y. (manuscript proposal under review). Are the Kids Alright?: How Social Media Content Policies Can Help and Harm Young People. Oakland, California: University od California Press.
Gerrard, Y. (under review). Groupie, fangirl, or shipper?: The endurance of a gender stereotype. American Behavioral Scientist special issue.
Gerrard, Y. (in progress). Introducing social media. In: A. House and C. Brennan (Eds.), Social Media and Mental Health. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Gerrard, Y. (forthcoming 2021). Book review: Negotiating thinness online: the cultural politics of pro-anorexia, by Gemma Cobb. LSE Review of Books.
Gerrard, Y. (2019). Book review: Behind the screen: content moderation in the shadows of social media, by Sarah T. Roberts. New Media and Society. PDF | Link
Gerrard, Y. (2017). Book review: Post, mine, repeat: social media data mining becomes ordinary, by Helen Kennedy. Information, Communication and Society. PDF | Link
Gerrard, Y. (2016). Book review: Status update: celebrity, publicity, and branding in the social media age, by Alice E. Marwick. Celebrity Studies. PDF | Link
Gerrard, Y. and Bates, J. (2019). Introduction to the Data Power Special Issue: tactics, access, and shaping. Online Information Review. PDF | Link
Gerrard, Y. (2019). Convergence book reviews: reflections on the field. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. PDF | Link