Anouk Mols
Anouk Mols
Senior researcher and lecturer in communication, social interactions, and media, Hogeschool Utrecht
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Keeping an eye on the neighbours: Police, citizens, and communication within mobile neighbourhood crime prevention groups
J Pridmore, A Mols, Y Wang, F Holleman
The Police Journal 92 (2), 97-120, 2019
Intelligent Personal Assistants and the Intercultural Negotiations of Dataveillance in Platformed Households
J Pridmore, M Zimmer, J Vitak, A Mols, D Trottier, PC Kumar, Y Liao
Surveillance & Society 17 (1/2), 125-131, 2019
Personal choices and situated data: Privacy negotiations and the acceptance of household Intelligent Personal Assistants
J Pridmore, A Mols
Big Data & Society 7 (1), 2053951719891748, 2020
When Citizens Are “Actually Doing Police Work”: The Blurring of Boundaries in WhatsApp Neighbourhood Crime Prevention Groups in The Netherlands
A Mols, J Pridmore
Surveillance & Society 17 (3/4), 272-287, 2019
Always available via WhatsApp: Mapping everyday boundary work practices and privacy negotiations
A Mols, J Pridmore
Mobile Media & Communication 9 (3), 422-440, 2021
Not interesting enough to be followed by the NSA: An analysis of Dutch privacy attitudes
A Mols, S Janssen
Digital Journalism 5 (3), 277-298, 2017
Household intelligent personal assistants in the Netherlands: Exploring privacy concerns around surveillance, security, and platforms
A Mols, Y Wang, J Pridmore
Convergence 28 (6), 1841-1860, 2022
Not interesting enough to be followed by the NSA”: Framing Dutch privacy attitudes in the aftermath of the NSA revelations
A Mols, S Janssen
Digital Journalism, 2016
When Do Data Collection and Use Become a Matter of Concern? A Cross-Cultural Comparison of US and Dutch Privacy Attitudes
J Vitak, Y Liao, A Mols, D Trottier, M Zimmer, PC Kumar, J Pridmore
International Journal of Communication 17, 28, 2022
Citizen Participation in Community Surveillance: Mapping the Dynamics of WhatsApp Neighbourhood Crime Prevention Practices
A Mols
Human-Computer Interaction and Technology Integration in Modern Society, 157-176, 2021
“Not interesting enough to be followed by the NSA”: A frame analysis of the Dutch public debate about the NSA revelations in 2013
A Mols
Everyday experiences of privacy and surveillance: Negotiating appropriate forms of monitoring
A Mols
Erasmus University, 2021
Television sex education panics? An analysis of three public debates in The Netherlands
A Mols
OBS Observatorio 10 (2), 163-191, 2016
We Know More Than We Can Zoom: Challenges for Young Professionals During the COVID-19 Pandemic
A Mols, Y Wijngaarden, I Greven, M van Wijnen
Whole Person Promotion, Women, and the Post-Pandemic Era: Impact and Future …, 2022
Digital literacy and information inequality in Dutch WhatsApp Neighbourhood Crime Prevention groups
A Mols
Criminological Encounters 4 (1), 223-228, 2021
Personal choices and situated data: Privacy negotiations and the acceptance of household Intelligent Personal Assistants
A Mols, J Pridmore
PhD club blog: Interacting with a smart speaker
A Mols
Mobile privacy and surveillance: Evaluating users’ everyday negotiations and practices
A Mols
Attentie! WhatsApp buurtpreventie: een verkenning van een ambivalent phenomeen
A Mols
P&I Privacy en informatie 5, 2017
Junglepoes, terrorist of vrijheidsstrijder?
A Mols
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