Social Media and New Media Techologies and Platforms

Thomas J. Johnson & David D. Perlmutter, eds. New Media, Campaigning and the 2008 Facebook Election. New York: Routledge, 2011.

Robert Mann & David D. Perlmutter, eds. Political Communication. Baton Rouge, LA: LSU Press, 2011.

David D. Perlmutter. Blogwars: The New Political Battleground. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter & John M. Hamilton, eds. From Pigeons to News Portals: Foreign Reporting and the Challenge of New Technology. Baton Rouge, LA: LSU Press, 2007.

Thomas J. Johnson & David D. Perlmutter. Introduction: The Facebook Election. Mass Communication and Society, 13(5) 2010: 554-559. [Edited special issue]

Brian Ekdale, Kang Namkoong, Timothy K.F. Fung, & David D. Perlmutter. “Why Blog? (Then and Now): Exploring the Motivations for Blogging By Popular American Political Bloggers,” New Media & Society, 12(2) 2010: 217-234.

David D. Perlmutter. “Political Blogging and Campaign 2008: A Roundtable.” International Journal of Press/Politics, 13(2) 2008: 160-170.

David D. Perlmutter & Mary Schoen. “If I Break A Rule, What Do I Do, Fire Myself? Ethics Codes of Independent Blogs.Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 22(1) 2007: 37-48.

Svetlana V. Kulikova & David D. Perlmutter. “Blogging Down the Dictator? The Kyrgyz Revolution and Samizdat Websites.” International Communication Gazette, 69(1) 2007: 29-50.

Matthew M. Reavy & David D. Perlmutter. “Presidential Websites as Sources of Information.” Electronic Journal of Communication, 7(3) 1997.

Svetlana V. Kulikova & David D. Perlmutter. “Blogging Down the Dictator? The Kyrgyz Revolution and Samizdat Web Sites.” In Eric Freedman & Richard Shafer (eds.),

Wei Zha & David D. Perlmutter. “Blogs as Stealth Dissent?: ‘Eighteen Touch Dog Newspaper’ and the Tactics, Ambiguity and Limits of Internet Resistance in China.” In Guy J. Golan, Thomas J. Johnson, & Wayne Wanta (eds.), International Media Communication in a Global Age, pp. 277-295. New York: Routledge, 2009.

David D. Perlmutter. “Foreword.” In Suzanne Stefanac, Dispatches from Blogistan: A travel guide for the modern blogger, pp. v-viii. Berkeley: Peachpit/New Riders Press, 2007.

David D. Perlmutter. “Hypericons: Famous News Images in the Internet-Digital-Satellite Age.” In Paul Messaris (ed.), Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication, pp. 51-64. New York: Peter Lang, 2006.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Internet: Big Pictures and Interactors.” In Larry Gross, John Stuart Katz, & Jay Ruby (eds.), Image Ethics in the Digital Age, 2nd ed., pp. 1-26. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2004.

David D. Perlmutter. “Political Blogs: The New Iowa?Chronicle of Higher Education, May 26, 2006, pp. B6-B8.

David D. Perlmutter & Misti McDaniel. “The Ascent of Blogging.” Nieman Reports, 59(3) Fall 2005, pp. 60-64.

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. “Attracting Nextgen Professionals for Fundraising & Nonprofits.” Success in Fundraising Workshop, IL-Quad Cities Association of Fundraising Professionals Chapter, March 7, 2012.

David D. Perlmutter. Speaker. “The New Blog Order: Social Media and Politics.” University of Iowa Army Public Policy Center, Forkenbrock Series on Public Policy, “Politics in a Digital Age.” Iowa City, February 22, 2012.

David D. Perlmutter. Speaker. “Social Media and Leadership.” University of Iowa Army ROTC-Leadership Lab for Cadets, Iowa City, February 9, 2012.

David D. Perlmutter. Speaker. “Social Media and Politics.” Cedar Rapids Daybreak Rotary Club, September 9, 2011.

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. “The Powers of Social Media: Society 2.0.” Sponsored by the Turkish American Society of Iowa and the Niagara Foundation. Iowa City, March 29, 2011.

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. “Not the Same Old News: Institutional Branding & Public Engagement in the Era of Online Social Media” at the annual Iowa Municipal Management Institute conference sponsored by The Institute of Public Affairs of the College of Law & Iowa League of Cities and the Iowa City/County Management Association, March 17, 2011.

David D. Perlmutter. Lecture on “Online Social Interactive Media and Campaigns & Elections, from Roosevelt to Howard Dean,” School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University, Beijing, China. November 22, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. Lecture on “Online Social Interactive Media and Campaigns & Elections, from Howard Dean to Barack Obama,” School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University, Beijing, China. November 23, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. Lecture on “Blogging Elections In the USA,” Centre for International Communication, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China. November 23, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. Lecture on “Who Blogs and Why: Motivations of the Online Social-Interactive Media Community,” School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University, Beijing, China. November 24, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. Lecture on “Visual Ethics in a Digital & Internet Age: Photojournalism vs. Fauxtography,” School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University, Beijing, China. November 25, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. Lecture on “Medical Blogging,” School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University, Beijing, China. November 26, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. Presenter. “Social Media and Your Professional Brand: How Are You Marketing Yourself?” University of Iowa Alumni Association, Chicago, November 3, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. Panelist and presenter. The Future of Blogging: The Two-Track Future of Political Blogging.” American Political Science Association Conference, Washington, DC, Sept. 2, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Social Media Challenge in Serving Dual Career Couples,” 8th annual International Dual Career Programs Conference, June 3-4, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. “Are Blogs Changing Health Care?: Young International Doctors React to Social Media,” International Journal of Arts & Sciences (IJAS) Conference for Academic Disciplines, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, May 24, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter & Monica Postelnicu. “The Blogging of the President: How Online Social-Interactive Media Helped Obama Win.” Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, April 23, 2009.

David D. Perlmutter. International webtalk on “The American Elections and Online Social-Interactive Media” sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, November 3, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. “Medical Blogging: Challenges and Opportunities for Health Professionals,” New England Journal of Medicine New Horizons Conference, Wellesley, MA, October 24-25, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. “Building an Online Community for Professionals: The Lessons of Political Blogging.” Massachusetts Medical Society & New England Journal of Medicine Committee on Publications, Waltham, MA, October 22, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote Speaker. “The American elections.” Tele-Video Conference sponsored by the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines, October 21, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation on “Are Political Bloggers ‘The People’?,” Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Stanford University, October 13, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. Panelist. Discussion on the Presidential Debates, Munich Conference on “U.S. Elections 2008: The Digital Campaign” at the German-American Institute, Munich, Germany, October 8, 2008. [U.S. Department of State speaking tour of the Netherlands and Germany.]

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. “Blogwars: The New Political Battleground,” Munich Conference on “U.S. Elections 2008: The Digital Campaign” at the German-American Institute, Munich, Germany, October 8, 2008. [U.S. Department of State speaking tour of the Netherlands and Germany.]

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. “Overview of the New Media Landscape,” Munich Conference on “U.S. Elections 2008: The Digital Campaign,” on German Public Radio, Munich, Germany, October 7, 2008. [U.S. Department of State speaking tour of the Netherlands and Germany.]

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation on “U.S. Elections and New Media” at the German-American Institute, Nürnberg, Germany, October 6, 2008. [U.S. Department of State speaking tour of the Netherlands and Germany.]

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation on “U.S. Elections and New Media” at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Netherlands, October 3, 2008. [U.S. Department of State speaking tour of the Netherlands and Germany.]

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation on “The Great Fauxtography Crisis: How Bloggers are Changing and Challenging Photojournalism,” at the Netherlands Museum of Photography, Rotterdam, October 3, 2008. [U.S. Department of State speaking tour of the Netherlands and Germany.]

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation on “U.S. Elections and New Media” at the University of Leiden, Netherlands, October 2, 2008. [U.S. Department of State speaking tour of the Netherlands and Germany.]

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation on “U.S. Elections and New Media” at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, October 2, 2008. [U.S. Department of State speaking tour of the Netherlands and Germany.]

David D. Perlmutter. Organizer and moderator for the Kansas Transportation Research Institute “Presidential & Congressional Forum on Key Transportation and Energy Issues” presented by the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics, Lawrence, KS, September 25-26, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. Moderator. “Political Blogging: On the New Media Trail.” Blogworld & New Media Expo, Las Vegas, NV, September 21, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. “How Blogging Is Changing Our World: The Lessons from Politics.” Keynote Speech at the Society for Scholarly Publishing Top Management Roundtable Conference, Philadelphia, PA, September 4, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. “Blogging & Politics in the 2008 Election.” Presentation at Internet Advocacy Roundtable at the Center for American Progress Action Fund, Washington, DC, August 13, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. “If You Blog it, They Will Come: Generating Attention from National Media.” Presentation to the Internet Blogging Workshop. Leadership Institute, Arlington, VA, August 12, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Rise of Political Blogs.” Colloquium in the Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet “Ideas” series, The George Washington University, Washington, DC, August 11, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. “Political Blogs: An Agenda for Research.” Presentation for a panel on “Blogging Politics: Press, Policy, and the Public.” [Also serve as discussant.] Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Conference, Chicago, IL, August 5, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. “The Powers of Blogs for Outreach” at the iModules Software User Conference of about 250 college alumni relations officers, Kansas City, July 7, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter with others. “Blogosphere and Participatory Democracy: Hostile Media Perception, Information Selection, and Political Participation.” Paper accepted for the Communication Theory and Methodology division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Washington, D.C., August 8-13, 2007.

David D. Perlmutter with others. “Expression to Influence: Understanding the Change in Blogger Motivations over the Blogspan.” Paper accepted for the Communication Theory and Methodology division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Washington, D.C., August 8-13, 2007.

David D. Perlmutter. Moderated panel on “The New Political Machine: Power and Unity on the Web” at the 2007 Politics Online Conference (http://polc.ipdi.org), George Washington University, Washington, D.C., March 15-16, 2007.

David D. Perlmutter. “Are Political Bloggers ‘The People’ and Can They Be? Issues for Teaching and Learning.” Paper presented to the Visual Communication division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Francisco, August 2-5, 2006.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Online Future of Photojournalism.” Paper presented to the annual conference of International Visual Literacy Association, Ames, IA, October 11-14, 2000.

Matthew Reavy & David D. Perlmutter. “Presidential Web Sites as Sources of Information.” Paper presented to the Communication Media and Technology division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Anaheim, CA, August 10-13, 1996.

Moderated Dole Institute of Politics panel on the state and effects of military blogging. Guests included John Donovan, one of America’s leading milbloggers (who was invited to meet President Bush in the White House); Ward Carroll, editor of www.Military.com; and Charles J. “Jack” Holt, chief of New Media Operations for the Department of Defense.

Coordinated and moderated two political blog panels and was a featured speaker for the 2007 BlogWorld & New Media Expo in Las Vegas.

David D. Perlmutter. “Facebooking for the Tenure Track.” Chronicle of Higher Education, September 4, 2009, pp. A78-79.

David D. Perlmutter. “Facebooking Your Way Out of Tenure.” Chronicle of Higher Education, July 3, 2009. [online]