I pursue research that examines the social implications of digital media, digital divide, digital television transition, the gendered aspects of online gaming and media development in post-communist countries.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Baasanjav, U. (2016). The public interest and transition to digital television in Mongolia. International Journal of Digital Television, 7 (1), 7-23.

Baasanjav, U. (2014). Linguistic diversity on the Internet: Arabic, Chinese and Cyrillic script top-level domain names. Telecommunications Policy, 38 (11), 961-969. doi: 10.1016/j.telpol.2014.03.005.

Baasanjav, U. (2013). Incorporating the experiential learning cycle into online classes. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 9 (4), 575-589.

Baasanjav, U. (2011). Web use patterns for civic discourse: The case of Mongolian institutions. Information, Communication and Society, 14 (5), 591-618.

Baasanjav, U. (2008). Mediated political and social participation: The case study of Mongolian government and civil society institutions. The Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 4 (3), 41-60.

Royse P., Lee J., Baasanjav U., Hopson M.  & Consalvo M. (2007). Women and games: Technologies of the gendered self. New Media and Society, 9 (4), 555-576.

Baasanjav U. (2005). The digital divide in the Gobi desert: Spatiality, the collapse of national identity, and a language gap. Online Journal of Space Communication, 5. Available at http://www.spacejournal.org/issue5/

Book Chapters & Reviews

Baasanjav, U. (2016). “A girl move”: Negotiating gender and technology in chess online and offline. In J. Prescott (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Race, Gender, and the Fight for Equality (pp.198-211). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Baasanjav, U. (2014). Beyond the digital divide: Language factors, resource wealth, and post-communism in Mongolia. In E. Halpin & C. Rankin (Eds.), Digital public administration and e-government in developing nations: Policy and practice (pp. 277-291). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Baasanjav, U. (2012). Global digital divide: Language gap and post-communism in Mongolia. In A. Manoharan & M. Holzer (Eds.), E-Governance and civic engagement: Factors and determinants of e-democracy (pp. 210-234). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Baasanjav U. (2010). Review of T.L. Taylor’s Play Between Worlds: Exploring Online Game Culture. Explorations in Media Ecology, 9 (1), 65-68.

Royse P. , Lee J. , Baasanjav U. , Hopson M. , & Consalvo M . (2012). Women and games: Technologies of the gendered self. In M. C. Kearney (Ed.), The Gender and Media Reader (pp. 680-693). New York: Routledge.

Royse P. , Lee J. , Baasanjav U. , Hopson M. , & Consalvo M . (2010). Women and games: Technologies of the gendered self. In P. K. Nayar (Ed.), The New Media and Cybercultures Anthology (pp. 555-575). Sussex, UK: Blackwell Publishing.

Conference Presentations

Baasanjav, U. (2016, June). Affirming language diversity rights in international domain names. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan.

Baasanjav, U. (2015, July). Transition to digital television in Mongolia: Challenges and opportunities for public interest services. Paper presented to the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Montreal, Canada.

Baasanjav, U. (2015, July). Resisting the mind and body duality in chess. Paper presented to the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Montreal, Canada.

Baasanjav, U. (2014, Oct). Language diversity principles in internet governance and international domain names. Paper presented to the Global Fusion conference, Austin, TX.

Baasanjav, U. & Fernback, J. (2013, Oct). News reports about human flesh search engine: A discourse of information privacy. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, Denver, CO.

Baasanjav U. (2012, Oct). Internationalization of domain names and their stability and security implications. Paper presented to the Global Fusion Conference, Athens, OH.

Baasanjav U. (2012, Aug). “A Girl move:” Negotiating gender and technology in chess online and offline. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, IL.