CCI Research Presentations and Publications
Framing through a feminist lens: A tool in support of an activist research agenda. . (D'Angelo, P., & Kuypers J., Ed.).Doing framing analysis: Empirical and theoretical perspectives .(2010).
The Rene Portland case: New homophobia and heterosexism in women’s sports coverage.. Examining identity in sports media .(2010).
Ambivalence on the front lines? Attitudes toward Title IX and women‚s sports among Division I sports information directors. . Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.(2011).
The power of “small stories:” Narratives and notions of gender equality in conversations about sport. Sociology of Sport Journal. 26(2),(2009).
Public relations and sports: Work force demographics in the intersection of two gendered industries. . (Hardin, M., Ed.).Journal of Sports Media. 5(1),(2010).
Sports reporters divided over concerns about Title IX. Newspaper Research Journal. 30(1),(2009).
Through the revolving door: Narratives of young women in U.S. sports journalism.. Journalism. 10(5),(2009).
Toy department or public-service journalism? The relationship between reporters’ ethics and attitudes toward the profession. International Journal of Sport Communication. 2(3),(2009).
Women (Not) Watching Women: Leisure Time, Television, and Implications for Televised Coverage of Women's Sports. Communication, Culture & Critique. 4(2),(2011).