Larrisa Miller

Larrisa
Miller
PhD Student
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Bio: 

Larri Miller (she/her) is a PhD student and Research Enhancement and Leadership (REAL) Fellow focusing on the intersection of Media, Technology, and Society through the lens of Computational Social Science, Digital Ethnography, and Feminist critique. She is pursuing graduate certificates in Statistical and Computational Data Science through the College of Information and Computer Sciences and Feminist Studies in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies department. Her research interests include contentious online communities, extremism, ideology, algorithmic impact, and tech/data ethics.

Interests: 

contentious online communities, extremism, ideology, algorithmic impact, tech/data ethics

Courses Taught: 

Public Speaking

Publications: 

Jia, H., Miller, L., Hicks, J., Moscot, E., Landberg, A., Heflin, J., & Davison, B. (2022). Truth in a sea of data: Adoption and use of data search tools among researchers and journalists. Information, Communication & Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2022.2147398