Refereed Journals

“National Television, Global Market:  Canada’s Degrassi:  The Next Generation.” Media, Culture & Society 31:4 (2009), 1-1 

“Remaking Charlie’s Angels:  The Construction of Post-feminist Hegemony.” Feminist Media Studies 8:4  (December 2008), 375-389

“Distinguishing Television:  The Changing Meanings of Television Liveness,” Media, Culture & Society 30:3 (May 2008)

“Television, Sexual Difference, and Everyday Life in the 1970s: American Youth as Historical Audience,” Particip@tions 4:1 (May 2007) 

“Fractured Fairy Tales and Fragmented Markets: Disney’s Weddings of a Lifetime and the Cultural Politics of Media Conglomeration,” Television and New Media 6:1 (February 2005), 71-88 

“‘Having a female body doesn’t make you feminine’: Feminine hygiene advertising in 1970s TV,” The Velvet Light Trap 50 (Fall 2002), 39-58

“Constructing a Market, Constructing an Ethnicity: U.S. Spanish-language Media and the Formation of a Syncretic Latino/a Identity,” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture 20 (2001), 33-50

Toward a Paradigm for Media Production Research: Behind the Scenes at General Hospital,” Critical Studies in Media Communication 18 (March 2001), 66-82  

Book Chapters and Invited Articles

“John Fiske and Television Culture,” with Ron Becker, Aniko Bodroghkozy, Steve Classen, Jason Mittell, Greg Smith, and Pamela Wilson, xlii-lviii.  In Television Culture, 2nd Ed., by John Fiske. New York:  Routledge, 2011

“Structuralism and Semiotics, Fiske Style,” with Ron Becker, Darrell Newton, and Pamela Wilson, xxxix-xlv.  In Introduction to Communication Studies, 3rd Ed., by John Fiske. New York:  Routledge, 2011

“‘What the hell does TIIC mean?’  Online Content and the Struggle to Save the Soaps.” In The Survival of Soap Opera: Transformations for a New Media Era, edited by C. Lee Harrington, Sam Ford, and Abigail De Kosnick, 201-218.  Jackson:  University Press of Mississippi, 2011

 “Afterword.” In Bitten by Twilight:  Youth Culture, Media & the Vampire Franchise, edited by Melissa A. Click, Jennifer Stevens Aubrey & Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz, 281-286. New York:  Peter Lang, 2010

“Feminist Media Studies in a Postfeminist Age.” Cinema Journal 48:4 (Summer 2009), 137-143 

“Crossing the Border:  Studying Canadian Television Production.” In Production Studies: Cultural Studies of Media Industries, edited by Vicki Mayer, Miranda Banks, and John T. Caldwell, 154-166.  New York:  Routledge, 2009

“Doing Soap Opera History:  Challenges and Triumphs.” In Convergence Media Historyedited by Janet Staiger and Sabine Hake, 173-181.  New York:  Routledge, 2009

“Like Sands through the Hourglass:  The Changing Fortunes of the Daytime Television Soap Opera.” In Beyond Prime Time: Television Programming in the Post-Network Era, edited by Amanda D. Lotz, 36-54.  New York:  Routledge, 2009

“For the love of television.” OnWisconsin, November 2008 

"Buffy and the 'New Girl Order':   Defining Feminism and Femininity," Undead TV: Essays on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, edited by Elana  Levine and Lisa Parks, Duke University Press, 2007 

 “Sex as a Weapon:  Programming Sexuality in the 1970s,” NBC: America’s Network, edited by Michele Hilmes, University of California Press, 2007 

“1970s: The Fragmenting Market,” and “Charlie’s Angels,” The Television History Book, edited by Michele Hilmes and Jason Jacobs, British Film Institute, 2003 

Other Publications 

"Selling Style:  Mad Men and the Fashioning of Femininity.” Antenna:  Responses to Media & Culture, 17 August 2010

“Losing SOAPnet.” Antenna:  Responses to Media & Culture, 31 May 2010

“Style Blogging and Retail Fandom.” Antenna:  Responses to Media & Culture, 2 Feb.2010

“In Search of Boys:  Aaron Stone and Disney XD.” Media Commons:  In Media Res, 19 Oct. 2009 

“Luke Spencer, General Hospital’s Repentant Rapist.” Media Commons:  In Media Res, 19 March 2008 

“TV and the ‘70s Sex Revolution.”  SexLiteracy.org, September 2007 

“‘She’s a Marvel!’ Daytime Soaps and Transmedia Storytelling.” Media Commons:  In Media Res, 10 April 2007 

"The New Soaps? Laguna Beach, The Hills, and the Gendered Politics of Reality ‘Drama’,” Flow 4:9

“What’s Happening on the Soaps? And Why Should We Care?” Flow 4:6

“Kids, TV, and the Life of the TV Scholar/Parent,” Flow 4:2