Associate Professor, Communication
Endicott College School of Social Sciences, Communication, and Humanities
Academic Center , 134
Dr. Randall Livingstone is an associate professor in the School of Communication at Endicott College. His academic interests include new/digital media, social media, collective intelligence, political economy, and digital automation. His research has appeared in numerous communication and media journals, including First Monday, Social Science Computer Review, Newspaper Research Journal, and Journal of Communication Inquiry.
Dr. Livingstone is also the faculty advisor for EC Radio.
- Livingstone, R. M. (2014). Immaterial editors: Bots and bot policies across global Wikipedia. In P. Fichman & N. Hara (Eds.), Global Wikipedia: International and cross-cultural issues in online collaboration. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow.
- Livingstone, R. M. (2019). In theory and practice? A review of scholarship on Wikipedia’s political economy. In R. Nichols & G. Martinez (Eds.), Political Economy of Media Industries: Global Transformations and Challenges. New York, NY: Routledge.
- Livingstone, R. M. (2015). Models for understanding collective intelligence on Wikipedia. Social Science Computer Review. doi:10.1177/0894439315590209.
- Livingstone, R. M. (2016). Population automation: Rambot's work and legacy on Wikipedia. First Monday, 21(1).
- Santana, A., Livingstone, R. M., & Cho, Y. (2013, Spring). Print readers recall more than do online readers. Newspaper Research Journal, 34(2), 78-92.
- Livingstone, R. M. (2019). Searching for the source: Bots, misinformation, and you. In A. Damico (Ed.), Media, Journalism, and “Fake News”: A Reference Handbook. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
- Livingstone, R. M. (2011). The myth of classlessness in Apple's "Get a Mac." FLOWTV, 13(11). (selected as a "FLOW Favorite 2011" by the editorial board).