DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES
B.S. Université de Montréal
M.A. Université Laval
Ph.D. Carleton University
Dr. Vincent Raynauld is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Emerson College since August 2014. He is also serving as a research fellow in the Engagement Lab at Emerson College, as a research associate in the Recherche en Communication Politique (GRCP) based in Laval University (Quebec City, Canada), and as a academic adviser for the non-profit research organization Samara in Toronto, Canada. His areas of research interest and publication include political communication, social media, research methods, e-politics, and journalism. He completed his doctorate under the supervision of Dr. André Turcotte in October 2013.
Dr. Raynauld has earned several awards throughout his graduate studies. In 2007, he was awarded a Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS) as well as a David and Rachel Epstein Scholarship, one of Carleton University's most competitive awards for graduate students. More recently, he won Carleton University's Senate Medal for outstanding work at the doctoral level in June 2014. A native of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), Dr. Raynauld was added to the Dean's list of exceptional students at the Université de Montréal.
Giasson, T., V. Raynauld and C. Darisse (2011), “Hypercitizens from a Distinct Society: Characterizing Quebec’s Political Bloggers' Online and Offline Political Involvement”, International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems
Raynauld, V., T. Giasson and C. Darisse (2011), “Constitution of Representative and Reliable Web-Based Research Samples: Identifying the Opportunities and Challenges of Studying Citizen-Driven Political Blogs”, Graduate Journal of Social Sc
Giasson, T., C. Darisse and V. Raynauld (2013), “Politique PQ 2.0 : Qui Sont les Blogueurs Politiques Québécois?”, Politique et Sociétés 32(3): 3-28.
Raynauld, V. and J. Greenberg (2014), “Tweet, Click, Vote: Twitter and the 2010 Ottawa Municipal Election”, Journal of Information Technology & Politics.
Turcotte, A. and V. Raynauld (2014), “Boutique Populism: The Emergence of the Tea Party Movement in the Age of Digital Politics” in Lees-Marshment, J., B. Conley and K. Cosgrove, Political Marketing in the U.S., Routledge.
AWARDS & HONORS
Carleton University scholarship for academic excellence
Carleton University departmental scholarship
Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada graduate doctoral fellowship
David and Rachel Epstein scholarship for outstanding graduate students at Carleton University
Carleton University Senate medal