Publications and Conference Papers

Publications (Selected)

Barry, Jack J. (forthcoming 2016). Social Movements in the Digital Age. In Protests, Politics, and Human Rights in a Digital Age. Cambridge University Press, Scholars Publishing, Editor: Mahmood Monshipouri, Ph.D. Professor SFSU and UC-Berkeley.

Barry, Jack J. (forthcoming 2016). Book review for The Journal of Human Rights. Book to be reviewed: Democracy’s Double-Edged Sword: How Internet Use Changes Citizens’ View of Their Government. Author Catie Snow Bailard.

Barry, Jack J. (2015). “Bringing Art Back In: Incorporating a Humanities Assignment Into a Social Science Oriented Human Rights Course.” Online article in Teaching Human Rights, a peer reviewed edited resource at the University of Connecticut for teachers of human rights at the university level.

Barry, Jack J. (2014). Here’s Hoping my Rock Keeps Rolling. Essay in Befriending Death: Over 100 Essayists on Living and Dying. Michael C. Vocino and Alfred G. Killilea. Bloomington, Indiana: iUniverse.

Barry, Jack J. (2014). A Digital Sublime or Divide? The Impact of Information Communication Technology on the Poor in Latin America. In Digital Technologies for Democratic Governance in Latin America: Opportunities and Risks, Anita Breuer, Yanina Welp (Eds.). New York: Routledge Press. Routledge’s preview of the book is available following this link: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415836135/

Barry, Jack J. (2012). Democracy Promotion and ODA: A Comparative Analysis. Contemporary Politics, Vol. 18 (3). Available online September 2012.

Barry, Jack J. (2012). Microfinance, the Market and Political Development in the Internet Age. Third World Quarterly, Vol. 33 (1) 12 (February). Available online December 2011.

Witchelns, Dennis, Jack J. Barry, Martina Mueller, Megumi Nakao, Lisa D. Philo & Adam Zitello (2003). Co-operation Regarding Water and Other Resources Will Enhance Economic Development in Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia and Eritrea. Water Resources Development. Vol. 19 (4).

Academic Conference Presentations (Selected)                                               

Barry, Jack (2016). “Give Peace a Chance: How Information Technologies Have Contributed to the Global Reduction of Violence.” International Studies Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA (March). Paper chosen to be part of the highly selective Junior Scholars Symposium.

U.S. State Department’s Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative Global Summit. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (2015). “Freedom of the Press in the Digital Age.” November.

Barry, Jack (2014) “Don’t be Evil: Should Access to the Internet be Conceptualized as an Instrumental Human Right?” American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC (August).

Barry, Jack (2013) “A Quantitative Analysis of the Impact of the Internet on Good Governance and Poverty in the Developing World.” International Studies Association Northeast Annual Conference, Providence, Rhode Island (November).

Barry, Jack (2013) “Diffusion’s Constraints: Information Communication Technology, Good Governance and Poverty.” International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA (April). Paper chosen to be in the inaugural Junior Scholars Symposium.

Barry, Jack (2013) “The Information Revolution and Indigenous Social Movement Mobilization in Latin America.” International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA (April).

Barry, Jack (2012) “Governance Matters: The Impact of Information Communication Technology on the Poor in Mexico.” American Political Science Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA (August/September). Conference and presentation cancelled due to Hurricane Isaac, paper posted in online paper archive.

Barry, Jack (2012) “A Digital Sublime or Divide? The Impact of Information Communication Technology on the Indigenous, and the Poor in Mexico.” International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Diego, CA (April).

Barry, Jack (2012) “Reigning in the Digital Sublime: Governance, ICT and Inequality” International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, (April).

Barry, Jack (2011) “I Want My ICT: The Impact of Information Communication Technology on Good Governance and Poverty.” International Studies Association Northeast Annual Conference, Providence, RI (November).

 

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