CCI Research Presentations and Publications
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Gender stereotypes in sports programming commercials: A content analysis. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference.(2004).
Sex in magazine advertising. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference.(2004).
An update on sex in magazine advertising: 1983 to 2003. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. 81, 823-837.(2004).
Connecting to multiple places: Internet connectedness and community connectedness of college students as “hybrid” migrants. Association of Internet Researchers Conference.(2005).
Eating habits, media influence. (Arnett, J. J., Ed.).Encyclopedia of children, adolescents, and the media.(2005).
Food advertising, eating disorders. (Arnett, J. J., Ed.).Encyclopedia of children, adolescents, and the media.(2005).
Taking it all off again: The portrayal of women in advertising over the past forty years. International Communication Association Conference.(2005).
Analyzing crisis communication responses of stakeholders: The “hidden epidemic” of childhood obesity and U.S. food marketing. Southern States Communication Association.(2006).
Children and Sports: Just Do It… or Not? An Investigation of the Relationship Among Children’s Obesity and Media Use. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference.(2006).
Coverage of female and minority athletes: A comparison of the 1984 and 2004 Summer Olympics in Sports Illustrated magazine. AEJMC Southeast Conference.(2006).
Food and beverage marketing to children and youth: Trends and issues.. Media Psychology. 8,(2006).
The Impact of Entertainment Variables on Broadcast News Recall and Enjoyment.. Broadcast Education Association Conference.(2006).
Stereotypes in advertising: An analysis of sex role portrayals of women and men over 30 years.. Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Conference.(2006).
Do Superdiffusers Argue Differently? An Analysis of Argumentation Style Based on Diffusion Ability. International Communication Association.(2009).