Arielle Emmett has a passion for the crazy, changing landscape of media. Her essays and articles on social and mobile media, media and democracy, news photography ethics, media law, and history of media have appeared in the following:
Handheld Headlines, American Journalism Review, 2008.
Whetting the Appetite for Storytelling, American Journalism Review, 2008.
Networking News, American Journalism Review, 2009.
Too Graphic? American Journalism Review, 2010.
Pictures of a Floating World: The Philadelphia Inquirer Seeks a Community Calling in Cyberspace. Visual Communication Quarterly, 2010.
It’s not just about Gathering News Anymore: The Legal Complexities of the Digital Age. Journalism and Media Studies Centre, University of Hong Kong, 2013.
Silent Soliloquy: An Unknown Photographer Captures the ‘Inscrutable Laughter’ of Japanese American Internment, Visual Communication Quarterly, 2013.