Kuehn, K.M. (2016). The Post-Snowden Era: Mass Surveillance & Privacy in New Zealand. Wellington, NZ: BWB Texts.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Kuehn, K. M. (2021). You must change your life: A journey toward love and kindness. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 64(3), 370-386.
Kuehn, K.M. & Salter, L. A. (2020). Assessing Digital Threats to Democracy, and Workable Solutions: A Review of the Recent Literature. International Journal of Communication, 14(22).
Kuehn, K.M. & Parker, S. (2018). One of the Blokes: Brewsters, Branding & Gender (In)visibility in New Zealand’s Craft Beer Industry. Journal of Consumer Culture.
Kuehn, K.M. (2017). Framing Mass Surveillance: Analyzing New Zealand’s Media Coverage of the Early Snowden Files. Journalism, 19(3), 402-419.
Kuehn, K.M. (2017). Brand local: Consumer evaluations as commodity activism. Journal of Consumer Culture, 17(2), 205-224.
Kuehn, K.M. & Daubs, M. (2017). The Holy Trail: Rethinking ‘Value’ in Google’s Ubiquitous Mapping Project. MEDIANZ, 16(1), 1-16.
Jackson, S. & Kuehn, K.M. (2016). Open source, social activism and “necessary tradeoffs” in the digital enclosure: A case study of platform co-operative, Loomio.org. triple-c, 14(2).
Kuehn, K.M. (2016). Branding the self on Yelp: Consumer reviewing as image entrepreneurship. Social Media + Society, (October-December, 2016), 1-9.
Kuehn, K.M. & Corrigan, T. F. (2013). Hope labor: The role of employment prospects in online social production. Political Economy of Communication, 1, 9-25.
Kuehn, K.M. (2013). There’s got to be a review democracy: Communicative capitalism, neoliberal citizenship and the politics of participation on the consumer evaluation website, Yelp.com. International Journal of Communication, 7, 607-625.
Kuehn, K.M. (2010). The commodification of blackness in David LaChapelle’s ‘Rize.’ Journal of Information Ethics, 19(2), 52-66.
Kuehn, K.M. (2010). Online / Offline communications pedagogy: YouTube and the development of an electronic citizenry. Electronic Journal of Communication, 20(1-2).
Kuehn, K.M. (2009). Compassionate consumption: Healing Africa through Gap’s Product (RED) campaign. Democratic Communiqué, 23(2), 23-40.
Hardin, M., Kuehn, K.M., Jones, H., Balaji, M., & Genovese, J. (2009). Have you got game?’ Hegemonic masculinity and neo-homophobia in sports coverage of John Amaechi. Communication, Culture and Critique, 2, 182-200.
Kuehn, K.M. & Daubs, M.D.(2020). Physical digital labour and the commoditisation of cultural sites: Mediatising tourism through social mapping. In M. Mansson et al., (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to Media and Tourism. Routledge.
Kuehn, K.M. (2016). An ‘Office Sex Romp’ and the Economic Motivations of Mediated Voyeurism. In H. Mandell and M. Chen (Eds.) Scandal in a Digital Age, pp. 119-130. London: Palgrave MacMillan.
Elliott, M., Berenston-Shaw, J., Kuehn, K.M., Salter, L. & Brownlie, E. (2019). Digital Threats to Democracy. Report funded by the New Zealand Law Foundation.
Kuehn, K.M. & Evans, K. (2017). Use of Social Media Content in Broadcasting: Public and Broadcaster Perspectives. Report funded by the New Zealand Broadcasting Standards Authority.
- Kuehn, K.M. (2018). Surveillance and South Africa. Journal of the Political Economy of Communication, 6(2): 94-100.
- Kuehn, K. M. (18 April 2018). There’s a bigger brother watching you – and profiting from it. Newsroom.
- Kuehn, K. M. (21 December 2016). The creeping hands of surveillance. Newsroom.
- Kuehn, K. M. (14 December 2016). New Zealand risks being complicit in Trump Administration abuses. Dominion Post, Opinion sec.
- Kuehn, K. M. (2015). Boycotts. In Cook, D. T. & J. M. Ryan (Eds) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Consumption and Consumer Studies. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Kuehn, K. M. (2015). Citizenship and consumption. In Cook, D. T. & J. M. Ryan (Eds) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Consumption and Consumer Studies. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Kuehn, K. M. (2015). Culture jamming. In Cook, D. T. & J. M. Ryan (Eds) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Consumption and Consumer Studies. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Kuehn, K. M. (2014 February). Why are so many journalists willing to write for free? J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project [Work and Labour Section].