Bendor, R., Haas Lyons, S., and Robinson, J. (2012) ‘What’s There Not to ‘Like’? Sustainability Deliberations on Facebook.’ Journal of e-Democracy and Open Government 4(1), online. Download the pdf.
Haas Lyons, S (2012). ‘It’s complicated: exploring Facebook’s potential for deliberative public engagement on sustainability policy.’ M.A. Thesis. University of British Columbia: Canada. Available for download at CiRCLE.
Haas Lyons, S. ‘Facebook as a Site of Public Deliberation on Local Sustainability Policy.’ Workshop paper presented at HCI Politics and the City workshop at ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2011), Vancouver, BC (May 7, 2011). Available as a pdf here.
Non-academic Publications or Presentations:
Haas Lyons, S. (2012). ‘Crowdsourcing Public Policy’. Presentation at the University of British Columbia Alumni Day, Vancouver, BC (May 26, 2012).
Haas Lyons, S. (2011). ‘Flexing Facebook’s Civic Muscles: Public Engagement in the Age of Social Media’. Webinar for Alternative Dispute Resolution Hub (ADR Hub), Online, (December 13, 2011).
Haas Lyons, S. (2011). ‘Leveraging Digital Tools for Effective Public Engagement on Pressing Policy Issues’. Presentation at the Social Media for Government Conference, Victoria, BC (September 27, 2011).
Haas Lyons, S. (2011). ‘Flexing Facebook’s Civic Muscles’. Presentation at the monthly meetup of Net Tuesday, Vancouver, BC, (September 11, 2011).
Haas Lyons, S. (2011). ‘Public Engagement in Local Government Decision Making through Facebook’. Confab for the National Community for Dialogue and Deliberation (NCDD), online, (June 29, 2011).
Haas Lyons, S. and Mitchell, A. (2011). ‘Greenest City by 2020 Project: Bridging Digital and Traditional Participation in Vancouver, BC’. Webcast for Public Decisions Mobile Apps & Interactive Games Conference, Online, (April 7, 2011).
Elias, E. (2012, April 12). ‘Greenest City Conversations research project taps Facebook for transit possibilities’. The Georgia Straight Online.
Hui, S. (2011, May 20). ‘City of Vancouver turns to Facebook app for public input on transportation plans’. The Georgia Straight Online.