Academic publications:


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Guha, P (February 2021). Hear #metoo in India: News, Social Media, and  Anti-Rape and Sexual Harassment Activism, Rutgers University Press.

Peer-reviewed book chapters:

Guha, P. (January 2020). Facebook, Whatsapp, and selective outrage: Anti-rape feminist activists of India treading inequality in digital activism. In Guntarik, O & Grieves, V (eds). From Sit-Ins to #revolutions: The changing nature of protests. Bloomingdale publications.

Gajjala, R & Guha, P. (July 2019). Feminist Digital Streets. In Digital Diaspora: Labor and Affect in Gendered Indian Digital Publics. Rowman and Littlefield International.

Guha, P. (May 2019). Representations of Politics. The International Encyclopedia of Media Literacy. Wiley Publications.

Peer-reviewed journal articles:

Powers, E, Koliska, M & Guha P. (October 2019). Shouting Matches and Echo Chambers: Perceived Incivility and Polarization Lead Young Adults to Silence Political Expression on Social Media. International Journal of Communication


Guha, P. (Spring 2018) Gender Gap in Indian politics through the lens of Facebook. Chinese Media Research Special Issue on BRICS.


Chadha, K, Steiner, L & Guha, P (2017) Indian women journalists’ responses to sexism and sexual harassment. International Communication Research Journal. Vol 52, No. 1


Chadha, K., & Guha, P. (2016). The Bharatiya Janata Party’s Online Campaign and Citizen Involvement in India’s 2014 Election. International Journal of Communication, 10, 18. Retrieved from

Guha, P. (2015) Implication of social media on electoral participation in India,” in Civic Media Reader Gordon, E, and Mihailidis, P (eds), MIT.

Guha, P (2015). Hash Tagging but Not Trending: The Success and Failure Of The News Media To Engage With Online Feminist Activism In India. Feminist Media Studies 15.1: pp. 155-157,



Guha, P. (2003). Educational Policies & Programs of Post Independent India. Confluence (peer-reviewed academic Indian journal)


Guha, P. (2017) Review of Out of Eden: The surprising consequences of polygamy by David Barash.

Cultural Sociology, Vol 11, No. 3. DOI:10.1177/1749975517722340. Retrieved from


Guha, P. (2017) Review of Off the Network: Disrupting the Digital World by Ulises Ali Mejias.

International Journal of Communication, Vol 11.

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