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Dr Jamie Mahoney

Lecturer

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

Jamie is a Lecturer in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences, and works as part of the Northumbria Social Computing (NorSC) research group. After completing his PhD at Northumbria University, Jamie worked as a Research Fellow on the Horizon 2020 funded ‘PERCEPTIONS’ project, which considered how Europe and the EU are seen by those who have immigrated or intend to do so. This included considering and analysing the flows of information and narratives online through social media and mainstream media. Prior to this, Jamie worked alongside industry partners, developing and implementing social media analyses for a range of clients, primarily within the retail and fashion industries.

Jamie’s research centres around the role of social media in society, and how we can understand behaviour at the individual and group level. Jamie has also published on the ethical considerations of conducting research in these contexts.

Jamie Mahoney

Campus Address

Room 238
Pandon Building


  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Ethical considerations in social media analytics in the context of migration: lessons learned from a Horizon 2020 project, Mahoney, J., Le Louvier, K., Lawson, S., Bertel, D., Ambrosetti, E. 1 Jul 2022, In: Research Ethics
  • The ethics of social media analytics in migration studies, Mahoney, J., Le Louvier, K., Lawson, S. 1 Jun 2022, Information and Communications Technology in Support of Migration, Cham, Switzerland, Springer
  • Feeling Alone Among 317 Million Others: Disclosures of Loneliness on Twitter, Mahoney, J., Le Moignan, E., Long, K., Barreto, M., Wilson, M., Barnett, J., Vines, J., Lawson, S. 1 Sep 2019, In: Computers in Human Behavior
  • Constructing the Visual Online Political Self, Mahoney, J., Feltwell, T., Ajuruchi, O., Lawson, S. 7 May 2016, CHI 2016 - Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

  • Computer Science PhD May 20 2021
  • Computing MA (Hons) June 30 2011


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