Technology and sexual violence
Hasinoff, A. A. (2019) “Image-based sexual abuse: It’s not ‘revenge’ and it’s not ‘porn’” In E. Downs (ed.) The Dark Side of Media & Technology: A 21st Century Guide to Media and Technological Literacy. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 142-153. [pdf]
Bivens, Rena & Hasinoff, Amy A. (2018) “Rape: Is there an app for that? An empirical analysis of the features of anti-rape apps,” Information, Communication and Society 21(8), pp. 1050-1067. [pdf]
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. (2014) “‘MySpace led girl to Mideast’: Race, the online predator myth, and the pathologization of violence” Sexualities 17 (4), pp. 484–500. [pdf]
New media, risk, and harm
Hasinoff, A. A. & Krueger, P. (2020) “Warning: Notifications about crime on campus may have unwanted effects.” International Journal of Communication 14, pp. 587–607. [pdf]
Hasinoff, A. A. (2017) “Where are you?: Location tracking and the promise of childhood safety.” TV and New Media 18(6), pp. 1-17. [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. [pdf]
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. [pdf]
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. “[pdf]
Hasinoff, A. A. (2014) “Blaming sexualization for sexting” Girlhood Studies 7 (1), pp. 102-120. [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) “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).