Tiana Gaudette is an MA student in the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University. She is also a Research Assistant on a three-year project, funded by Public Safety Canada, on right-wing extremism in Canada. Her research interests include extremists’ use of fringe online platforms, the alt-right, and right-wing extremism. Tiana's MA thesis is focusing on extreme right-wing discussions on Reddit and is being supervised by Dr. Garth Davies.
Scrivens, R., & Gaudette, T. (In Progress). Terrorism, Extremist Activity, and the Internet [working title]. In T. J. Holt (Ed.), Crime Online: Causes, Correlates and Context, Fourth Edition. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press. Forthcoming, 2020.
Gaudette, T., Davies, G., & Scrivens, R. (Under Review). Criminological Perspectives on the Toronto 18. In K. Roach, M. Nesbitt, & D. C. Hofmann (Eds.), The Toronto 18 Terrorism Trials. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. Forthcoming, 2020.
Scrivens, R. Gaudette, T., Davies, G., & Frank, R. (2019). Searching for Extremist Content Online Using The Dark Crawler and Sentiment Analysis. In M. Deflem & D. Silva (Eds.), Methods of Criminology and Criminal Justice Research. Emerald Publishing.
Gaudette, T., Davies, G., & Scrivens, R. (2018). Upvoting Extremism, Part II: An Assessment of Extreme Right Discourse on Reddit. VOX-Pol Network of Excellence Blog.
Gaudette, T., Davies, G., & Scrivens, R. (2018). Upvoting Extremism, Part I: An Assessment of Extreme Right Discourse on Reddit. VOX-Pol Network of Excellence Blog.
Gaudette, T., Scrivens, R., & Davies, G. (2018). The Future of Detecting Extreme-Right Sentiment Online. VOX-Pol Network of Excellence Blog.