Publications

Journal Articles

  • Baruh, L., & Popescu, M. (2017). Big Data Analytics and the Limits of Privacy Self-management. New Media & Society, 19(4), 579–596.
  • Baruh, L., Secinti, E. & Cemalcılar, Z. (2017). Online Privacy Concern and Privacy Management: A Meta-Analytic Review. Journal of Communication, 67(1), 26-53.
  • Delibalta, I., Gokcesu, K., Simsek, M., Baruh, L., & Kozat, S. S. (2016). Online Anomaly Detection with Nested Trees. IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 23(12), 1867–1871.
  • Kezer, M., Sevi, B., Cemalcılar, Z., & Baruh, L. (2016). Age Differences in Privacy Attitudes, Literacy and Privacy Management on Facebook. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 10(1), article 2. doi: 10.5817/CP2016-1-2
  • Sen, C.K.N., Baruh, L. & Kumkale, T.G. (2016). Beyond a Paycheck: The Influence of Workforce Participation on Women’s Cancer Screening in Turkey. Sex Roles, 75, 599-611.
  • Baruh, L., & Cemalcılar, Z. (2015). Rubbernecking Effect of Intimate Information on Twitter: When Getting Attention Works against Interpersonal Attraction. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 18(9), 506–513.
  • Baruh, L. (2015). Social Media and Citizen Engagement in Crises. Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture, 6(2), 131-140.
  • Bal, H. M. & Baruh, L. (2015). Citizen Involvement in Emergency Reporting: A Study on Witnessing and Citizen Journalism. Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture, 6(2), 213-232.
  • Baruh, L., & Cemalcılar, Z. (2014). It’s More than Personal: Development and Validation of a Multidimensional Privacy Orientation Scale. Personality and Individual Differences, 70, 165-170.
  • Baruh, L., Chisik, Y., Bisson, C., & Senova, B. (2014). When Sharing Less Means More: How Profile Owners’ and Viewers’ Gender Moderate the Impact of Quantity of Information Shared in a Social Network Profile on Viewers’ Intentions about Socialization. Communication Research Reports, 31(3), 244-251.
  • Çarkoğlu, A., Baruh, L., & Yıldırım, K. (2014). Press-Party Parallelism and Polarization of News Media during an Election Campaign: The Case of the 2011 Turkish Elections. International Journal of Press/Politics, 19(3), 295-317.
  • Baruh, L., & Salman, Y. (2014). Mobil Mecralarda Veri Gizliliği ve Tasarımla Veri Korunması Yaklaşımı [Privacy by Design and Informational Privacy in Mobile Media]. Pi: Pazarlama ve İletişim Kültürü Dergisi, 2(Spring), 16–23.
  • Popescu, M. & Baruh, L. (2013). Captive but Mobile: Privacy Concerns and Remedies for the Mobile Environment. The Information Society, 29(5), 272-286.
  • Baruh, L. & Popescu, M. (2011). Communicating Turkish-Islamic Identity in the Aftermath of Gaza Flotilla Raid: But Who is the “Us” in the “Us” vs. “Them”? New Perspectives on Turkey. 45, 75- 99.
  • Baruh, L. (2010). Mediated Voyeurism and the Guilty Pleasure of Consuming Reality Television. Media Psychology, 13(3), 201-221.
  • Baruh, L. (2009). Publicized Intimacies on Reality Television: An Analysis of Voyeuristic Content and Its Contribution to the Appeal of Reality Programming. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 53(2), 190-210.
  • Baruh, L. (2009). Etkileşimli Ortamda Tüketici Gözetimi [Consumer Surveillance in Interactive Environments]. Çizgi Dışı Dergi. 3: 5-10.
  • Baruh, L. & Popescu, M. (2008). Guiding Metaphors of Nationalism: The Cyprus Issue and the Construction of Turkish National Identity in Online Discussions. Discourse and Communication, 2(1), 79-96.
  • Baruh, L. (2007). Read at Your Own Risk: Shrinkage of Private Inquiry Rights in Interactive Media. New Media and Society, 9(2), 187-211.
  • Gandy, O. H. & Baruh, L. (2006). Racial Profiling: They Said It Was Against the Law! University of Ottawa Law and Technology Journal, 3(1), 297-327.
  • Cappella, J. N., Lerman, C., Romantan, A., & Baruh, L. (2005). News about Genetics and Smoking: Priming, Family Smoking History, and News Story Believability on Inferences of Genetic Susceptibility to Tobacco Addiction. Communication Research, 32(4), 478-502.
  • Baruh, L. (2004). Audience Surveillance and the Right to Anonymous Reading in Interactive Media. Knowledge Technology and Policy, 17(1), 59-73.

Proceedings

  • Yar, E., Delibalta, İ., Baruh, L., & Kozat, S. S. (2016). Online Text Classification for Real Life Tweet Analysis. In 24th IEEE Signal Processing and Communications Applications Conference,1609-1612. doi:10.1109/SIU.2016.7496063
  • Simsek, M., Delibalta, I., Baruh, L., & Kozat, S. S. (2016). Mathematical Model of Causal Inference in Social Networks. In 24th IEEE Signal Processing and Communications Applications Conference,1165-1168. doi:10.1109/SIU.2016.7495952
  • Baruh, L & Watson, H. (2014). Using Twitter for What? A Segmentation Study of Twitter Usage During Gezi Protests. In A. Rospigliosi & S. Green (.) Proceedings of the European Conference on Social Media, 33-41. Bristol, UK.
  • Watson, H., Baruh, L., Finn, R.F., & Scifo, S. (2014). Citizen (in)security?: Social Media, Citizen Journalism and Crisis Response. Proceedings of the 11th International ISCRAM Conference, 299-303. University Park, Pennsylvania, USA.
  • Baruh, L., Chisik, Y., Bisson, C., & Senova, B. (2012). More or Less: Amount of Personal Information Displayed in Social Network Site Profiles and Its Impact on Viewers’ Intentions to Socialize with the Profile Owner. Proceedings of the ICWSM ’12 Sixth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, pp. 395-399. AAAI Press.
  • Baruh, L. and Popescu, M. (2010). Behavioral Targeting, Freedom of Speech, and Privacy in the Age of Electronic Surveillance: A Value-Based Approach to Defining Privacy in Transnational Context. Proceedings of the International Conference on New Media and Interactivity Conference, 219-224.
  • Baruh, L. (2010). Framing Surveillance and Privacy Rights in the Post 9-11 Era. Proceedings of the Societies Under Siege: Media, Government, Politics, and Citizens’ Freedoms in an Age of Terrorism Conference, pp.94-102.

Book Chapters

  • Popescu, M., & Baruh, L. (2017). Consumer Surveillance and Distributive Privacy Harms in the Age of Big Data. In P. Messaris & L. Humphreys (Eds.), Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication, 313-327. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
  • Watson, H., Wadhwa, K., Baruh, L. & Scifo, S. (2016). Social networking in times of crisis. In Dumova, T. & Kurylo, A. (Eds.) Redefining Communication in the Era of Social Networking: Cultural, Social, and Political Perspectives, 111-130. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
  • Gunel, Z. & Baruh, L. (2016). Social networking technologies and social movements. In Dumova, T. & Kurylo, A. (Eds.) Redefining Communication in the Era of Social Networking: Cultural, Social, and Political Perspectives, 131-144. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
  • Baruh, L. & Watson, H. (2016). Social Media Use During Political Crises. In Bruns, A., Enli, G., Skogerbø, E., Larsson, A. O. & Christensen, C., () The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics, pp. 198-210. New York: Routledge.
  • Baruh, L. Bal, H. M., & Cemalcılar, Z. (2015). A Multidimensional Privacy Orientation Scale: Development and Validation with Turkish Twitter Users. In B. Akdenizli (ed.) Digital Transformations in Turkey: Exploring Current Perspectives in Communication Studies, 3-20. Lexington Books.
  • Scifo, S., Baruh, L. & Watson, H. (2015). Misuse of Information Technologies and Reliability of Information in New Media During Emergencies. In M. Khosrow-Pour (ed.) Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. 4152-4161. Hershey: IGI Global.
  • Baruh, L. & Popescu, M. (2013). Trapped in My Mobility: How a Principle of “Control over Communicative Interaction” Can Guide Privacy by Design in Mobile Ecosystems. In K. Rizvanoglu & G. Cetin (Eds.) Research and Design Innovations for Mobile User Experience, pp. 223-244. Hershey: IGI Global.
  • Baruh, L. & Tuncel, H. (2012). Pazarlama İletişimi, Tüketici Davranışı ve İkna Psikolojisi [Marketing Communications, Consumer Behavior and Persuasion]. In Cemalcılar, Z. (Ed.) Psikoloji, 216-244.
  • Hawks, B. B., & Baruh, L. (2011). Introduction: Taking Sides in a Perpetual “War on Terror” In Hawks, B. & L. Baruh (Eds.) If It Was Not for Terrorism: Crisis, Compromise and Elite Discourse in the Age of “War on Terror.” Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Baruh, L. (2011). Surveillance as News: Mainstream Newspapers’ Coverage of Privacy and Surveillance in the Post 9/11 Age of War on Terror. In Hawks, B. & L. Baruh (Eds.) If It Was Not for Terrorism: Crisis, Compromise and Elite Discourse in the Age of “War on Terror.” Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Park, J. H., & Baruh L. (2010). Introduction: Reality of Everyday Politics. In Baruh, L. & J. H. Park (Eds.) Reel Politics: Reality Television as a Platform for Political Discourse, 338-359. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Baruh L. (2010). Reality Programming, “Undeserving Others” and the Negotiation of the Social Value of Privacy. In Baruh, L. & J. H. Park (Eds.) Reel Politics: Reality Television as a Platform for Political Discourse, 1-20. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Baruh, L. (2010). Marketing in Social Media: Web X.0 of Opportunities? In T. Dumova & R. Fiordo (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Social Interaction Technologies and Collaboration Software: Concepts and Trends, pp. 33-44. Hershey: IGI Global.
  • Baruh, L. & Soysal L. (2010). Public Intimacy and the New Face(book) of Surveillance: Role of Social Media in Reshaping of Contemporary Surveillance. In T. Dumova & R. Fiordo (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Social Interaction Technologies and Collaboration Software: Concepts and Trends, pp. 392-403. Hershey: IGI Global.
  • Baruh, L. & Yüksel, M. (2009). Parlak Bir Ekran ve Üzerindeki Parmak İzleri (Smudges on a Glossy Screen). In L. Baruh & M. Yüksel (Eds.) Değişen İletişim Ortamında Etkileşimli Pazarlama [Interactive Marketing in an Evolving Communications Landscape], 19-25. Istanbul: Doğan Kitap.
  • Baruh, L. & Kırgız, A. (2009). Fırsatlar Ağı: Sosyal Medyada Marka İletişimi ve Viral Pazarlama (Web of Opportunities: Brand Communications and Viral Marketing in Social Media). In L. Baruh & M. Yüksel (Eds.) Değişen İletişim Ortamında Etkileşimli Pazarlama [Interactive Marketing in an Evolving Communications Landscape], 115-128. Istanbul: Doğan Kitap.
  • Gülsoy, T., Baruh, L., Türkmen, M., Tözge, E., & Şahin, M. (2009). Etkileşimli Medya & Pazarlama Terimler Sözlüğü [Interactive Media & Marketing Glossary of Terms]. In L. Baruh & M. Yüksel (Eds.) Değişen İletişim Ortamında Etkileşimli Pazarlama [Interactive Marketing in an Evolving Communications Landscape], 225-252. Istanbul: Doğan Kitap.
  • Baruh, L. (2006). Music of my Own? The Transformation from Usage Rights to Usage Privileges in Digital Media. In P. Messaris & L. Humphreys (Eds.) Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication, 67-78. New York: Peter Lang.

Books

  • Hawks, B. B., & Baruh, L. eds. (2011). If It Was not for Terrorism: Crisis, Compromise and Elite Discourse in the Age of “War on Terror”. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Baruh, L. & Park, J. H., eds. (2010). Reel Politics: Reality Television as a Platform for Political Discourse. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Baruh, L. & Yüksel, M., eds. (2009). Değişen İletişim Ortamında Etkileşimli Pazarlama [Interactive Marketing in an Evolving Communications Landscape]. Istanbul: Doğan Kitap.

Reports

  • Baruh, L., Watson, H., Hagen, K., Wadhwa, K., Gunel, Z., Bal, H. M., Scifo, S., & Salman, Y. (2014). Deliverable 4.2.2. Final Report on Citizen Involvement and Ethics. Report prepared for the FP7-SEC-2012.6.1-3 COSMIC Project.
  • Baruh, L., Papadimitriou, A., Gunel, Z., Bal, H. M., Salman, Y., Scifo, S. & Cildas B., (2014). Deliverable 4.1.2. Final Report on Citizens’ Involvement in Emergency Communication. Report prepared for the FP7-SEC-2012.6.1-3 COSMIC Project.
  • Papadimitriou, A., Yannopoulos, A., Kotsiopoulos, I., Finn, R., & Baruh, L. (2013). Deliverable 2.2. Case Studies of Communication Media and their Use in Crisis Situations. Report prepared for the FP7-SEC-2012.6.1-3 COSMIC Project.
  • Baruh, L. (2013). The 6th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies, 2(2), pp. 63-68.
  • Scifo, S., & Baruh, L. (2013). Report on the Adverse Use and Reliability of New Media. Report prepared for the FP7-SEC-2012.6.1-3 COSMIC Project.

Refereed Conference Presentations

  • Popescu, M. & Baruh, L. (2017). Cultural identity in the age of recommender systems. Paper presented at the Communicating with Machines: Interventions with Digital Agents Preconference of the International Communication Association, San Diego.
  • Baruh, L., Secinti, E. & Cemalcılar, Z. (2017). Online Privacy Concern and Privacy Management: A Meta-Analytic Review. Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Communication Association, San Diego.
  • Baruh, L. Kamiloglu, R., & Cemalcılar, Z. (2017). Personality Homophily in Social Environments: Online and Offline Contexts. Paper presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, San Antonio.
  • Kezer, M., Sevi, B., Cemalcılar, Z., & Baruh, L. (2017). Age Differences in Privacy Attitudes, Literacy and Privacy Management on Facebook. Paper presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, San Antonio.
  • Sen, C.K.N., Baruh, L. & Kumkale, T.G. (2017). The Influence of Workforce Participation on Women’s Cancer Screening in Turkey. Paper presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, San Antonio.
  • Popescu, M. & Baruh, L. (2015). Consumer surveillance and risk of harm in the age of big data. Paper presented at the Privacy Conference, Amsterdam.
  • Baruh, L., & Popescu, M. (2015). Big data analytics and the limits of privacy self-governance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Communication Association, Puerto Rico.
  • Watson, H. & Baruh, L. (2015). Taking account of ethical, legal & social issues in the use of social media in crisis management. Paper presented at the COSMIC Social Media in Crisis Management Conference. Brussels, Belgium.
  • Baruh, L., Sen, C. K. N., & Kumkale, G. T., (2015). Future health prediction avoidance: the role of chronic health, time-orientation and superstition. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA.
  • Sen, C. K. N., Kumkale, G. T., & Baruh, L. (2015). The influence of past behavior and self-determination on mammogram intentions. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Long Beach, CA.
  • Kotsiopoulos, I., Baruh, L., & Papadimitriou, A. (2014). Utilizing social media data for enhancing decision-making during emergencies. Paper Presented at the 9th International Conference on Critical Information Infrastructures Security. Limassol, Cyprus.
  • Baruh, L., & Bal, H.M. (2014). Content of citizen reporting during emergencies. Paper presented at the Contribution of Social Media in Crisis Management. Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Watson, H. & Baruh, L. (2014). Ethical considerations of citizens’ use of ICTs in emergency response. Paper presented at the Contribution of Social Media in Crisis Management. Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Baruh, L & Watson, H. (2014). Using Twitter for What? A Segmentation Study of Twitter Usage During Gezi Protests. Paper presented at the 1st European Conference on Social Media(ECSM). Bristol, UK
  • Watson, H., Baruh, L., Finn, R.F., & Scifo, S., (2014). Citizen (In)security?: Social Media, Citizen Journalism and Crisis Response. Paper presented at the 11th International ISCRAM Conference. University Park, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Popescu, M. & Baruh, L. (2013). Digital Literacy and Privacy Self-Governance: A Value-Based Approach to Privacy in Big Data Ecosystems. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Media and Communication Researchers. Dublin, Ireland.
  • Çarkoğlu, A., Baruh, L., & Yıldırım, K. (2013). Echo Chambers in Election Coverage: Campaign Advertisements, Newspapers’ Readership Base, and Press-Party Parallelism in Turkey. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Media and Communication Researchers. Dublin, Ireland.
  • Baruh, L., Chisik, Y., Bisson, C., & Senova, B. (2013). Building Better First Impressions through More Information: The Impact of Quantity of Information Shared on a Profile, Profile Owner’s Gender and Profile Viewer’s Voyeuristic Curiosity on Formation of Impressions. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association. London, UK.
  • Popescu, M. & Baruh, L. (2012). Trapped in My Mobility: Privacy by Design or Another Catchphrase for Privacy Lock-ins. Paper presented at the ECREA Pre-Conference Imposing Freedoms: The Role of Copyright, Privacy and Censorship Governance in the Re/definition of Rights in Digital Media. Istanbul
  • Baruh, L., Chisik, Y., Bisson, C., & Senova, B. (2012). More or Less: Amount of Personal Information Displayed in Social Network Site Profiles and Its Impact on Viewers’ Intentions to Socialize with the Profile Owner. Paper presented at the ICWSM ’12 Sixth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Dublin.
  • Popescu, M. & Baruh, L. (2012). Captive but Mobile: Privacy Concerns and Remedies for the Mobile Environment. Paper presented at the ICA Pre-Conference on Mobile Communication, Community and Locative Media: From the Everyday to the Revolutionary, Arizona.
  • Baruh, L., Chisik, Y., Bisson, C., & Senova, B. (2012). The More the Better?: An Examination of the Impact of Quantity of Information Shared in a Social Network Profile, Profile Owner’s Sex, and Voyeuristic Curiosity on Social Attraction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Baruh, L. & Popescu, M. (2011). Communicating Turkish-Islamic Identity in the Aftermath of Gaza Flotilla Raid: But Who is the “Us” in the “Us” vs. “Them”? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the IAMCR, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Popescu, M. & Baruh, L. (2011). Captive Audience Protections for the Digital Environment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the IAMCR, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Baruh, L. (2011). They Had It Coming! Negotiation of Privacy Values and Voyeuristic Enjoyment of Reality Television. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies, London, UK.
  • Baruh, L. (2010). Guilty Pleasure or Social Curiosity: Mediated Voyeurism and the Consumption of Reality Television. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ICA, Singapore.
  • Baruh, L. & Soysal L. (2009). Social Media, Public Intimacies and the Transformation of Contemporary Surveillance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ICA, Chicago, USA.
  • Baruh, L. (2008). Publicized Intimacies on Reality Television: An Analysis of Voyeuristic Content and Its Contribution to the Appeal of Reality Programming. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the NCA, San Diego, USA.
  • Baruh, L. (2008). The Undeserving Others and Negotiation of the Social Value of Privacy. Paper presented at the Reel Politics: Political Discourse & Reality Television Conference, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Baruh, L. (2008). Beyond Social Curiosity? Mediated Voyeurism and Consumption of Reality Programming. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the IAMCR, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Baruh, L. & Soysal L. (2008). “Introversive Publicity” and the New Face(book) of Surveillance: Role of Social Media in the Reshaping of Contemporary Surveillance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the IAMCR, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Gandy, O. H. & Baruh, L. (2007) The contributions of Race, Spirituality, Locus of Control to Perceptions of Relative Cancer Risk. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the IAMCR, Paris, France.
  • Baruh, L. (2005). Who’s There? Reality TV and Changing Attitudes about Privacy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of National Communication Association, Boston.
  • Baruh, L. (2005). Getting Citizens to Ponder: An Analysis of a Civic Dialogue Process. Paper presented at the annual meeting of National Communication Association, Boston.
  • Baruh, L. (2005). Read at Your Own Risk: Shrinkage of Privacy and Interactive Media. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Society for Social Studies of Science, Pasadena
  • Baruh, L. & Popescu, M. (2005). Guiding Metaphors of Nationalism: Use of Cyprus to Construct National Identity in Online Discussions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Communication Association, New York.
  • Cappella, J. N., Lerman, C., Romantan, A., & Baruh, L. (2005). News about Genetics and Smoking: Priming, Family Smoking History, and News Story Credibility Inferring Genetic Susceptibility to Tobacco Addiction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Communication Association, New York.
  • Gandy, O. H. & Baruh, L. (2005). Racial Profiling: They Say It’s Against the Law. Paper presented at The Concealed Eye: Anonymity, Identity and the Prospect of Privacy Conference, Ottowa.
  • Baruh, L. (2004). Selective Exposure in Cyberspace and the Influence of Political Conviction on Seeking Information about Politics. Paper presented at the annual meeting of National Communication Association, Chicago.
  • Popescu, M. and Baruh, L. (2004). Keeping it Dirty: Defining and Redefining Obscenity in American Judicial Discourse. Paper presented at the annual meeting of IAMCR, Porto Alegre.
  • Cappella, J. N., Lerman, C., Romantan, A., & Baruh, L. (2004). News about Genetics and Smoking: Priming, Family Smoking History, and News Story Credibility Inferring Genetic Susceptibility to Tobacco Addiction. Paper presented at the Communicating Genetic Risk Workshop, Wharton School of Business, Philadelphia.
  • Baruh, L. (2004). Covering Surveillance in a Patriot(ic) Era: An Analysis of the Coverage of Surveillance in the Aftermath of the Attacks on the World Trade Center. Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Communication Association, New Orleans.
  • Baruh, L. (2004). Is There a Right to Private Inquiry in Interactive Media? Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Communication Association, New Orleans.
  • Baruh, L. (2003) Private Inquiry in Digital Media. Paper presented at the Digital Media in Communication Conference, The Annenberg Public Policy Center, Philadelphia.
  • Popescu, M. and Baruh, L. (2003). Unwanted Marketing and the Construction of the Public/Private Border. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Legal Studies Association, Pittsburgh.
  • Baruh, L. (2003). The Right to Read Anonymously in the Age of Interactive Media: An Analysis of How Real-Time Surveillance of Media Consumption Threatens Freedom of Speech. Paper presented at the America: Visions and Divisions Conference, Austin.
  • Baruh, L. and Popescu, M. (2003). Freedom of Speech and Segmenting the Citizens. Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Communication Association, San Diego.
  • Popescu, M. and Baruh, L. (2003). Captive Audiences and Unwanted Advertisement: The Construction of Public/Private Borders in Legal Discourse. Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Communication Association, San Diego.

Invited Presentations

  • Baruh, L. (2014). Adverse Uses of New Media During Emergencies and Crises. Paper presented at the 2nd COSMIC Stakeholder Workshop, Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen, Netherlands
  • Baruh, L. (2013). Big (Data) Implications for Privacy: Awareness Paradox in Privacy Self-Governance. Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Baruh, L. (2013). (B)ağlı Bireysellik ve Büyük Veri Ortamında Kimlik. Keynote Speech at Medya Çalışmaları Konferansı, Bilgi University, Istanbul
  • Baruh, L. (2013). Rethinking Privacy Protection in an Age of Interactive Media, Big Data Analytics, and Contextual Marketing. Stirling Media Research Institute, University of Stirling, Scotland
  • Baruh, L. (2012). Psychology of Social and Mobile Media. Invited presentation at Likeminds Mobility Today Conference. Istanbul.
  • Baruh, L. (2010) New Media and Politics: The Anatomy of a (Dys)utopia. Invited seminar presentation at Sabancı University, Istanbul.
  • Baruh, L. (2008). Politics of Visibility and the Spectacle of Surveillance: Is it Just a Magic Trick? Invited panel opening speech at Citysense, Garaj Istanbul, Istanbul.
  • Baruh, L. (2008). Büyük Birader Erkekse, Mahremiyet Kimdir? Invited workshop presentation at the Austrian High School Alumni Association Educational Program, Kadir Has University, Istanbul.
  • Baruh, L. (2008). Etkileşimli Medyada Kişisel Bilgi ve Mahremiyet. Invited seminar presentation at the Interactive Marketing in the Changing Media Landscape Workshop, Kadir Has University, Istanbul.
  • Baruh, L. (2008). Reality Television: Beyond Formatting. Invited seminar presentation at Sabancı University, Istanbul.
  • Baruh, L. (2008). Reflexive Modernity, Security and the New Individual. Invited presentation at the International Financialization of Capitalism Workshop at Kadir Has University, Istanbul.
  • Baruh, L. (2008). Ownership and cultural flexibility in digital media: The world of “you could possibly, but you shouldn’t”. Invited seminar presentation at The Upgrade!, Istanbul.
  • Baruh, L. (2007). Guilty Pleasure or Social Curiosity? An Analysis of Voyeurism’s Impact on Consumption of Reality Television. Invited seminar presentation at Sabancı University, Istanbul.
  • Baruh, L. (2006). Defining and Studying Surveillance in the Age of Interactivity. Invited seminar presentation at West Chester University, Department of Communication, Pennsylvania.
  • Baruh, L. (2006). The Guilty Pleasure of Watching Like Big Brother: Privacy Attitudes, Voyeurism and Reality Television. Invited seminar presentation at Indiana University, Department of Telecommunications, Bloomington.
  • Baruh, L. (2006). Surveillance in Interactive Media: Identifying the Sources and Consequences of Shrinkage of Private Inquiry in a Networked Society. Invited seminar presentation at University at Buffalo, School of Informatics, Buffalo.
  • Baruh, L. (2005). Surveillance in Interactive Media: Identifying the Sources and Consequences of Shrinkage of Private Inquiry in a Networked Society. Invited seminar presentation at University of Minnesota, Department of Communications, Duluth.