PUBLICATIONS a. Book Lim, S.S. & Soriano, C. (eds.) (2016). Asian Perspectives on Digital Culture. Emerging Phenomena, Enduring Concepts. London & New York: Routledge
b. Book chapters Ilagan, K.A. & Soriano, C.R. (in press, expected July 2019). Data Journalism in the Philippines: New trends, new practices for old media organizations. In B. Mutsvairo, S. Bebawi, & E. Borges-Rey, Data Journalism in non-Western Societies: Comparative Perspectives. Palgrave.
Soriano, C. & Cabanes, JV. (forthcoming). Soriano, C. and Cabanes, J.V. Between ‘world class work’ and ‘proletarianised labor’: Digital labor imaginaries in the Global South, E.Polson, L. Schofield-Clarke, R. Gajjala (Eds). Routledge Companion to Media and Class. London & New York: Routledge
Soriano, C. & Panaligan, J.C. (2019). 'Skill-makers’ in the platform economy: Transacting digital labor. In (Athique, A. & Baulch, E). Digital Transactions in Asia. London & New York: Routledge. Postprint available in MediArxiv
Soriano, C. & Cao, R. (2017). Of Owned, Shared, and Public Access ICT: Constructs of Privacy and Publicness in Marginal Spaces. In (A. Telleria, Ed.) Between the Public and Private in Mobile Communication(pp. 77-98). London & New York: Routledge
Soriano, C. & Cao, R. (2016). Minority groups and strategies of display and dissent in physical, virtual, and hybrid spaces. Ong, J. & Rovisco, M. (Eds). Taking the Square: New protest movements, the media, and the struggle for democracy 'from below (pp. 207-228). Rowman and Littlefield.
Lim, S. S. and Soriano, C (2016). A (digital) giant awakens: Invigorating media studies through Asian perspectives. In Lim, S.S. & Soriano, C. (Eds). Asian Perspectives on Digital Culture. Emerging Phenomena, Enduring Concepts (pp. 3-16). London & New York: Routledge.
Soriano, C. & Lim, S.S. (2016). Ritual and communal connection in mobile phone communication: Representation of kapwa, bayanihan and "People Power" in the Philippines. In Lim, S.S. & Soriano, C. (Eds). Asian Perspectives on Digital Culture, Emerging Phenomena, Enduring Concepts (pp. 100-118). London & New York: Routledge.
Sapitula, M and Soriano C. (2016). My Letter to Heaven via Email. Translocal Piety and Mediated Selves in Urban Marian Piety in the Philippines. In Lim, S.S. & Soriano, C. (Eds). Asian Perspectives on Digital Culture, Emerging Phenomena, Enduring Concepts (pp 33-51). London & New York: Routledge.
Soriano, C. (2015). Strategic activism for democratization and social change. In D. Holtzhausen and Ansgar Zerfass (eds.), Handbook of Strategic Communication (pp.424-438). London & New York: Routledge.
c. Peer reviewed journal articles Soriano, C.R. (accepted, forthcoming). Communicative assemblages of the ‘pisonet’ and the translocal context of ICT for the ‘have-less’: Innovation, inclusion, stratification. International Journal of Communication.
Soriano, C. (2017). Transmedia mobilization: Agency and literacy in ethnic minority productions in the age of spreadable media. The Information Society, 32(5), 354-363.
Soriano, C.R, Roldan, MDC, Cheng, C. & Oco, N. (2016). Social media and civic engagement: The case of Twitter use during typhoon Yolanda. Philippine Political Science Journal, 37(1),6 -25. Doi:10.1080/01154451.2016.1146486
Soriano, C., & Lim, S. S. (2015). The Virgin Mary with a Mobile Phone. Ideologies of Mothering and Technology Consumption in Philippine television advertisements. Communication, Culture and Critique, 8(1), 1-19. DOI: 10.1111/cccr.12070
Soriano, C. (2014). Minorities and Online Political Mobilization: A Historical-Dialectical-Structurational Analysis. Journal of Creative Communications, 8, 89-106
Soriano, C. (2014). Constructing Collectivity in Diversity: Online Political Mobilization of an LGBT Political Party. Media, Culture and Society, 36(1), 20-36.
Sriramesh, K. Rivera-Sánchez, M. & Soriano, C. (2013). Websites for stakeholder relations by corporations and non-profits: A time-lag study in Singapore”, Journal of Communication Management, 17(2), 122- 139.
Soriano, C.R. & Sreekumar, T.T. (2012). Multiple Transcripts as Political Strategy: Social Media and Conflicting Identities of the Moro Liberation Movement in the Philippines. Media, Culture and Society, 34(8), 1028 – 1039.
Soriano, C.R. (2012). The Arts of Indigenous Online Dissent: Negotiating Technology, Indigeneity, and Activism in the Cordillera. Telematics and Informatics, 29, 33-44.
Soriano, C.R. (2007). Exploring the ICT and Rural Poverty Reduction Link: Telecenters and Rural Livelihoods in China, Electronic Journal for Information Systems in Developing Countries. 32 (1) 1-15.
Soriano, C.R. (2006). The Challenges of Relief and Rehabilitation in Ongoing Conflict: A Mindanao Case. Kasarinlan, Philippine Journal of Third World Studies. QC: University of the Philippines Press, 21(1), 4-33.
d. Book/article reviews
Soriano, C. (2015). Review: Proenza, F. J. (Ed.), Public Access ICT across Cultures. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies, 30(1), 130-133.
Soriano, C. (2015). Review: Rogers, R. (2013). ‘Digital Methods’. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. Television and New Media, 16(8), 772.
Soriano, C. (2013). Review: G. Lovink, ‘Networks without a Cause: Critique of Social Media’. Mobile Media & Communication, 1(3), 373-374
e. Published conference proceeding Syliongka, L, Lam, AJ, Soriano, C., Roldan, MDG, Magno, F. Cheng, C, & Oco, N. (2015). Combining Automatic and Manual Approaches: Towards a Framework for Discovering Themes in Disaster-related Tweets. In Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on World Wide Web (WWW ‘15 Companion). International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee, Republic and Canton of Geneva, Switzerland, 1239-1244. DOI=10.1145/2740908.2742125 http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2740908.2742125
f. White Papers / Commissioned Works Magno, F. & Soriano, C. (2013). E-Government Services for Overseas Filipino Workers. Study funded by the National Research Council of the Philippines and the Department of Science and Technology.
Soriano, C.R. (2010). Online Deliberative Spaces and the Ethno-religious Divide in the Philippines: Deliberative Democracy or Agonistic Pluralism? Published by the National University of Singapore-Communications and New Media White Paper Series.