Flow Column: Snapchat, Privacy, & Discourse

We need to shift discourse away from discussing sexual and suggestive photos as inappropriate and abnormal, and rather focus on the inappropriate acts of sharing. This not only places blame back where it belongs – on those violating privacy – but also moves away from discourse that demonizes expressions of sexuality;

Talk Whenever, Wherever: My latest article now available online

My most recent article about how cell phone industries construct gender and social practices of surveillance is now available online in the Journal of Children & Media. Would love feedback and feel free to distribute widely. Available here. Abstract: Mobile service provider commercials afford insight into contemporary expectations and norms of cell phone use within the…

FlowTV Special Issue CFP – Sports Media: Tensions and Transitions

FlowTV Special Issue CFP: Sports MediaPlease distribute widely; submission deadline is Monday, Oct. 5 As the NFL bans players from Tweeting on the sidelines and the NCAA bans fans’ unofficial Facebook recruitment pages, it is clear that players, fans, leagues, and media institutions are struggling to maintain control in changing mediated sports environments. Yet it…