Williams, M. L. and Burnap, P. , (2016)
Cyberhate on social media in the aftermath of Woolwich: A case study in computational criminology and big data.
British Journal of Criminology 56(2), pp. 211-238.
Burnap, P. and Williams, M. L., (2016)
Us and them: identifying cyber hate on Twitter across multiple protected characteristics.
EPJ Data Science 5, article number: 11.
Burnap, P., Williams, M. L. et al., (2014)
Tweeting the Terror: Modelling the Social Media Reaction to the Woolwich Terrorist Attack.
Social Network Analysis and Mining 4, pp. 206.
Williams, M. L., Burnap, P., and Ozalp, S., (2018)
Antisemitic Content on Twitter
CST Research Report
Burnap, P. and Williams, M. L., (2015)
Cyber hate speech on Twitter: An application of machine classification and statistical modeling for policy and decision making.
Policy & Internet 7(2), pp. 223-242.
Roberts, C., Innes, M., Williams, M. L. et al., (2013)
Understanding who commits hate crimes and why they do it.
Welsh Government Research Report
Williams, M. L. and Tregidga, J., (2014)
Hate crime victimisation: psychological and physical impacts across seven hate crime victim-types.
British Journal of Criminology 54(5), pp. 946-967.
Burnap, P. and Williams, M. L., Rana, O., Sloan, L. et al., (2015)
Detecting tension in online communities with computational Twitter analysis.
Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol 95, 96-108
Williams, M. L., Burnap, P., and Rana, O., Sloan, L. et al., (2013)
Policing cyber-neighbourhoods: Tension monitoring and social media networks.
Policing and Society 23(4), pp. 461-481.
Alorainy, W., Burnap, P., Liu, H., Javed, A. and William, M. L., (2018)
Suspended accounts: A source of Tweets with disgust and anger emotions for augmenting a hate speech data sample.
International Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics, Chengdu, China, 15-18 July 2018.
Williams, M. L. and Tregidga, J. , (2016)
Living in fear: homophobic hate crime.
In: Osborne, H. ed. Queer Wales: The History, Culture and Politics of Queer Life in Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press
Williams M.L., Burnap, P., Sloan, L., Jessop, C. and Lepps, H., (2018)
Users’ view’s of ethics in social media research: informed consent, anonymity and harm.
In: Woodfield, K. ed. The Ethics of Online Research, Vol. 2. Advances in Research Ethics and Integrity Emerald Publishing, pp. 27-51.,
Williams, M. L., Burnap, P. & Sloan, L., (2017)
Towards an ethical framework for publishing Twitter data in social research: taking into account users’ views, online context and algorithmic estimation
Jones, M. and Williams, M. L., (2013)
Twenty Years On: Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Police Officers’ Experiences of Workplace Discrimination in England and Wales.
Policing & Society, 25 (2): 188-211
Williams, M. L. and Tregidga, J., (2013)
All Wales Hate Crime Research Project: Final Report.
Race Equality First Research Report
Williams, M. L. and Robinson, A. L. , (2004)
Problems and Prospects with Policing the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Community.
Policing and Society 14(3), pp. 213-232.
Williams, M. L. and Robinson, A. L. , (2007)
Counted In: A report for Stonewall Cymru and the Welsh Assembly Government
Stonewall and Welsh Government Research Report