Animating Women’s Sports: Social Media, Gender, and Evolving Techniques for Constructing the Legitimate and Authentic Athlete.. presented at the annual conference for The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).(2018).
Moving Toward Parity? Dominant Gender Ideology vs. Community Journalism in High School Basketball Coverage. Mass Communication and Society.(2013).
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).
Examining how organizations, facebook pages impact perceptions of CSR and organization-public relationships. . International Communication Association.(2011).
For-profit organizations and facebook: What information is available for stakeholders on Facebook and how does this information impact stakeholders? . Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.(2011).
From inept intruders to suspicious sex vixens: The problem of heterosexuality in sports information.. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.(2011).
The politics of activism: Assessing the potential for change through FAME. International Communication Association.(2011).
Women (Not) Watching Women: Leisure Time, Television, and Implications for Televised Coverage of Women's Sports. Communication, Culture & Critique. 4(2),(2011).
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).
“I repeat, I am not a lesbian!” Sexuality and heteronormativity in the sports media workplace. . North American Society for the Sociology of Sport.(2010).
Public relations and sports: Work force demographics in the intersection of two gendered industries. . (Hardin, M., Ed.).Journal of Sports Media. 5(1),(2010).
The Rene Portland case: New homophobia and heterosexism in women’s sports coverage.. Examining identity in sports media .(2010).
The power of “small stories:” Narratives and notions of gender equality in conversations about sport. Sociology of Sport Journal. 26(2),(2009).
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).