My work has been published in a number of books and peer-reviewed journals.
Refereed Journal Articles/Papers:
Reilly, P. (2016) Tweeting for Peace? Twitter and the Ardoyne parade dispute, July 2014, First Monday, 21(11) [link].
Ronchi E, Nieto Uriz F, Criel X, Reilly P. (2016) Modelling large-scale evacuation of music festivals. Case Studies in Fire Safety. 5:11-19, DOI: 10.1016/j.csfs.2015.12.002. [pdf]
Reilly, P and Trevisan, F. (2016) Researching Protest on Facebook: Developing an ethical stance for the study of Northern Irish Flag Protest pages, Information, Communication & Society 19 (3): 419-435.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2015.1104373 [pdf]
Reilly, P. (in press) Screencasts in Media Studies, Journal of Excellence in Teaching and Learning. [pdf]
Reilly, P. (2015) Every Little helps? YouTube, sousveillance and the ‘anti-Tesco’ riot in Bristol, New Media and Society. 17(5): 755-771. [pdf]
Trevisan, F and Reilly, P. (2014) Ethical Dilemmas in Researching Social Media Campaigns on Sensitive Personal Issues: Lessons from the Study of British Disability Dissent Networks, Information, Communication & Society 17(9): 1131- 1146.[pdf]
Reilly, P. (2014) The ‘Battle of Stokes Croft’ on YouTube: The development of an ethical stance for the study of online comments, SAGE Cases in Methodology. [pdf]
Reilly, P (in press) The right blend? The use of Blackboard to support international dissertation students, Journal of Excellence in Teaching and Learning. [pdf]
Reilly, P. (2012) Community worker perspectives on the use of new media to promote conflict transformation in Belfast. Urban Studies, 49:15, pp.3385-3401. [pdf]
Reilly, P (2011) ‘Anti-social’ networking in Northern Ireland: policy responses to young people’s use of social media for organising anti-social behaviour,
Policy and Internet, Volume 3, Issue 1, Article 7. [pdf]
Reilly, P (2011) The Troubles Online: Northern Irish political groups and website strategy. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Available at: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Framing-Troubles-Online-Northern-Strategy/dp/0719082331
Reilly, P. Web 2.0 and conflict transformation in Northern Ireland: Stakeholder Perspectives. (Contract signed with Manchester University Press)
Whiteman, N and Reilly, P (in press) The Ethics of Social Media Research: Disciplinarity, Context and Imagined Users, Hunsinger, J, Klastrup, L and Allen, M. International Handbook of Internet Research (Volume 2), New York: Springer.
Claydon, E.A, Reilly, P and Gunter, B (2015) Dis/Enablement? An analysis of the representation of impairment and disability on British terrestrial television pre- and post- the Paralympics, in Jackson, D, Hodges, C, Molesworth, M and Scullion, R (eds) Reframing disability? Media, (dis)empowerment and voice in the 2012 Paralympics, Routledge, pp.37-65.
Reilly, P (2014) The Battle of Stokes Croft on YouTube: The Ethical Challenges associated with the study of online comments, A Book of Blogs- blurring the boundaries, using social media for social research, New Social Media, New Social Science, NatCen Social Research & Sage. Available at: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Social-Media-Research-Blurring-Boundaries-ebook/dp/B00OYBUOCA
Reilly, P (2013) Ourselves Alone (but making connections): The social media strategies of Sinn Fein, Nixon P., Rawal R. and Mercea D. (eds) Chasing The Promise of Internet Politics, London: Routledge, pp.157-168. [pdf]
Reilly, P. (2008) ‘Googling Terrorists: Are Northern Irish terrorists visible on Internet search engines?’ in Spink, A and Zimmer, M. (eds) Search Engines: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, New York: Springers, pp. 151-177.
Reilly, P. (2006) Civil Society, the Internet and Terrorism: case studies from Northern Ireland. In Oates, S, Owen, D and Gibson, R.K (Eds) The Internet and Politics: Citizens, voters and activists, London: Routledge, pp. 118 – 135. [pdf]
Reilly, P (2012) Review of Husband C and Alam, Y (2011) Social cohesion and counter-terrorism: A policy contradiction? Urban Studies, 49:451-453.[pdf]
Reilly, P (2012) Book Review: Communication Ethics Now, Media, War & Conflict, 5: 87-89. [pdf]
Peer-reviewed Conference Papers:
Petersen, L., Fallou, L., Reilly, P., and Serafinelli, E. (2017) Critical infrastructure operators, risk communication and community resilience, at 12th International Conference on Structural Safety & Reliability, Vienna, 6-10 August.
Petersen, L., Fallou, L., Reilly, P., and Serafinelli, E. (2017) Exploring public expectations for aid from critical infrastructure operators, paper to be presented at Critical infrastructures: Preparedness & Resilience for the Security of Citizens and Security, 52nd European Security, Reliability & Data Association Seminar, Lithuanian Energy Institute, Kaunas, Lithuania, 30-31 May.
Petersen, L., Fallou, L., Reilly, P., and Serafinelli, E. (2017) Public expectations of social media use by critical infrastructure operators in crisis communication, at 14th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, Albi, France, 21 May.
O’Reilly, M., Dogra, N., Hughes, J., Paul Reilly, P., and Whiteman, N. (2017) Written evidence submitted to Children and young people’s mental health- role of education, UK Government Health Committee Inquiry, published 21 February 2017.
Petersen, L., Fallou, L., Reilly, P., Serafinelli, E., Carreira, E., and Uktin, A. (2016) Social resilience criteria for critical infrastructures during crises, EU Horizon 2020 IMPROVER Project Deliverable 4.1, European Commission Horizon 2020 [pdf].
Melkunaite, L., Alheib, M.,, Baker, G., Cadete, G., Carreira, E., Eriksson, K., Gaspar, C., Gattinesi, P., Guay, F., Honfi, D., Ioannou, I., Kinscher, J., Lange, D., Petersen, L., Reilly, P., Rod, B., Salmon, R., Stevenson, R., Theocharidou, M., and Utkin, A. (2016) International Survey, EU Horizon 2020 IMPROVER Project Deliverable 1.1, European Commission Horizon 2020 [link] .
Lonnermark, A., Criel, X., Johansson, J., Cedergren, A., van Heuverswyn, K., Judek, C., Lange, D., Arnell, K., and Reilly, P. (2016) CascEff Glossary and Definitions, EU FP7 CascEff Project Deliverable 1.6, European Commission FP7 [pdf]
Reilly, P. and Atanasova, D. (2016) A report on the media and information flows during crisis situations, EU FP7 CascEff Project Deliverable 3.4, European Commission FP7. [pdf]
Reilly, P. and Atanasova, D. (2016) A strategy for communication between key agencies and members of the public during crisis situations, EU FP7 CascEff Project Deliverable 3.3, European Commission FP7.[pdf]
Bram, S., Degerman, H., Ericsson, K., Vylund, L., Amon, F., , Ronchi, E., Nieto Uriz, F., Criel, X., Reilly, P., van Heuverswyn, K., and Brugghemans, B. (2016) Effects of human activities on the progression and development of large scale crises, EU FP7 CascEff Project Deliverable 3.2, European Commission FP7. [pdf}
Young, O and Reilly, P. (2015) Social Media, Parades and Protests, Northern Ireland Community Relations Council.
Reilly, P. (2017) Twitter, dual screening and the BBC Northern Ireland Leaders’ Debate, in Thorsen, E., Jackson, D., and Lilleker, D. (eds) UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters and the Campaign, The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, Bournemouth University, Poole, England: 110-111.
Reilly, P., Veneti, A and Atanasova, D. (eds) (2017) Politics, Protest, Emotion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives: A Book of Blogs, Information School, University of Sheffield.
Reilly, P. (2017) Tweeting for Peace? Twitter and the 2014 Ardoyne parade dispute, in Reilly, P., Veneti, A and Atanasova, D. (eds) (2016) Politics, Protest, Emotion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives: A Book of Blogs, Digital Societies Group, University of Sheffield.
Trevisan, F and Reilly, P. (2015) UKIP: The Web’s Darling? In Jackson, D and Thorsen, E. (eds) UK Election Analysis 2015: Media, Voters and the Campaign, The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, Bournemouth University, Poole, England, pp.76-77.
Reilly, P (2013) The mobile phone: a tool for sousveillance? Social Worlds in 100 Objects, University of Leicester.
Contested narratives: Social Media and Policing in Northern Ireland,LSE British Politics and Policy, 02 November 2016.
Methods in Action: The Ethics of Studying Online Comments, MethodSpace, SAGE Publishing, 27 September 2016.
Tweeting for peace? Twitter may help to defuse sectarian tensions in Northern Ireland, LSE British Politics and Policy, 24 April 2015.
Tweeting for peace? Twitter, information flows and the Ardoyne parade dispute in July 2014, Think: Leicester, 9 April 2015.
The Battle of Stokes Croft on YouTube: The Ethical Challenges associated with the study of online comments, Political Studies Association, 1 May 2014. Available at: http://www.psa.ac.uk/insight-plus/blog/battle-stokes-croft-youtube-ethical-challenges-associated-study-online-comments
Every Little Helps? Audience reactions to sousveillance footage of the ‘anti-tesco’ riot in Stokes Croft, Political Studies Association, 7 January 2014. Available at: http://www.psa.ac.uk/insight-plus/blog/every-little-helps-audience-reactions-sousveillance-footage-‘anti-tesco’-riot
Facebook didn’t start the flag riots, Leicester Exchanges, 22 February 2013. Available at:http://leicesterexchanges.com/2013/02/22/facebook-didnt-start-the-flag-riots/