Research

Please contact me for a copy of any of article or chapter.

New media, harm, and accountability

Bivens, Rena & Hasinoff, Amy A.Rape: Is there an app for that? An empirical analysis of the features of anti-rape apps,” Information, Communication and Society 0(00), pp. 1-18.

Hasinoff, A. A. (2017) “Where are you?: Location tracking and the promise of childhood safety.” TV and New Media 18(6), pp. 1-17.

Hasinoff, A. A. (2014) “Contradictions of participation,” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 11 (3), pp. 270-272.

Hasinoff, A. A. (2014) “‘MySpace led girl to Mideast’: Race, the online predator myth, and the pathologization of violence” Sexualities  17 (4), pp. 484–500. [pdf]

Sexting

Hasinoff, A. A. (2017) “Sexting and Privacy Violations: A Case Study of Sympathy and Blame.” International Journal of Cyber Criminology 11(2), pp. 202–217. [pdf]

Hasinoff, A. A. (2017) “The media panic about teen sexting” In Attwood, Feona, Clarissa Smith, R. Danielle Egan, & Brian McNair (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Media, Sex and Sexuality. Routledge.

Kath Albury, Amy A. Hasinoff, & Theresa Senft. (2016) “From Media Abstinence to Media Production: Sexting, Young People and Education,” In Allen, Louisa & Mary Lou Rasmussen (eds.), The Handbook of Sexuality Education. Palgrave, pp. 527-545.

Hasinoff, A. A. (2016) “How to have great sext: Consent advice in online sexting tips.” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 13 (1), pp. 58-74.

Hasinoff, A. A. (2015) Sexting Panic: Rethinking Criminalization, Privacy, and Consent. Champaign: University of Illinois Press [Introduction][table of contents and abstract]. 

Hasinoff, A. A. & T. Shepherd. (2014) “Sexting in context: Privacy norms and expectations.” International Journal of Communication 8, pp. 2932-2955.

Hasinoff, A. A. (2014) “Blaming sexualization for sexting” Girlhood Studies 7 (1), pp. 102-120. [pdf]

Hasinoff, A. A. (2013) “Information and Consent” Selected Papers of Internet Research (3 pp) [doc].

Hasinoff, A. A. (2013) “Sexting as media production: Rethinking social media and sexuality” New Media & Society 15 (4), pp. 449-465 [pdf].

Hasinoff, A. A. (2012) “Should teens have the right to sext? Privacy, consent, and social media”  In J. Greenberg and C. Elliott (Eds.) Communication in Question: Competing Perspectives on Controversial Issues in Communication Studies. Toronto: Thomson Nelson, pp. 159-165 [pdf].

Hasinoff, A. A. (2010) “Sexting Scandals: Who’s to blame? Anti-text messaging campaigns unfairly target girls,” Shameless: For girls who get it, 16, pp. 25-27 [pdf].

Hasinoff, A. A. (2010) “No right to sext? Recent federal case avoids considering teens’ right to freedom of expression” Kritik [online article].

Reality TV and popular culture

Hasinoff, A. A. (2014) “Everything you wanted to know you know on Masters of Sex.Flow 19 (6).

Hasinoff, A. A. (2009) “It’s sociobiology, hon! Genetic gender determinism in Cosmopolitan magazine,” Feminist Media Studies, 9 (3), pp. 267-283 [pdf].

Hasinoff, A. A. (2008) “Fashioning race for the free market on America’s Next Top Model,” Critical Studies in Media Communication, 25 (3), pp. 324-343 [pdf].


updated 2017.08.01

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