Chris Tenove

Research Associate and Instructor
Research Areas

About

Chris Tenove is a Research Associate and Instructor at the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs.at the University of British Columbia, and previously at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Ethics and the Munk School of Global Affairs. He is the instructor for PPGA 509 (002): Communicating Policy.

Dr. Tenove conducts research in the fields of political theory, political communication, and international relations. His policy reports have tackled topics including social media regulation, cyber-security, and responses to online harassment, including his report with SPPGA Professor Heidi Tworek, “Trolled on the Campaign Trail: Online Incivility and Abuse in Canadian Politics.”

He has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on the challenges that digital media pose to democracy and human rights. In 2020 he won a CRTC Prize for Excellence in Policy Research for the article, “Protecting Democracy from Disinformation: Normative Threats and Policy Responses,” which was published in the International Journal of Press/Politics. He previously worked as an award-winning journalist.

For more details see www.tenove.com, or follow him on Twitter @cjtenove.

 


Teaching


Chris Tenove

Research Associate and Instructor
Research Areas

About

Chris Tenove is a Research Associate and Instructor at the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs.at the University of British Columbia, and previously at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Ethics and the Munk School of Global Affairs. He is the instructor for PPGA 509 (002): Communicating Policy.

Dr. Tenove conducts research in the fields of political theory, political communication, and international relations. His policy reports have tackled topics including social media regulation, cyber-security, and responses to online harassment, including his report with SPPGA Professor Heidi Tworek, “Trolled on the Campaign Trail: Online Incivility and Abuse in Canadian Politics.”

He has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on the challenges that digital media pose to democracy and human rights. In 2020 he won a CRTC Prize for Excellence in Policy Research for the article, “Protecting Democracy from Disinformation: Normative Threats and Policy Responses,” which was published in the International Journal of Press/Politics. He previously worked as an award-winning journalist.

For more details see www.tenove.com, or follow him on Twitter @cjtenove.

 


Teaching


Chris Tenove

Research Associate and Instructor
Research Areas

Chris Tenove is a Research Associate and Instructor at the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs.at the University of British Columbia, and previously at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Ethics and the Munk School of Global Affairs. He is the instructor for PPGA 509 (002): Communicating Policy.

Dr. Tenove conducts research in the fields of political theory, political communication, and international relations. His policy reports have tackled topics including social media regulation, cyber-security, and responses to online harassment, including his report with SPPGA Professor Heidi Tworek, "Trolled on the Campaign Trail: Online Incivility and Abuse in Canadian Politics."

He has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on the challenges that digital media pose to democracy and human rights. In 2020 he won a CRTC Prize for Excellence in Policy Research for the article, “Protecting Democracy from Disinformation: Normative Threats and Policy Responses,” which was published in the International Journal of Press/Politics. He previously worked as an award-winning journalist.

For more details see www.tenove.com, or follow him on Twitter @cjtenove.