Jansen, Sue Curry, "How Edward Bernays Stole Walter Lippmann's Mojo and Got Away with It and Why it Still Matters."
“World’s Greatest Adventure in Advertising: Walter Lippmann’s Critique of Censorship and Propaganda during the Great War,”
Oxford Handbook on Propaganda, edited by Jonathan Auerbach and Russ Castronova. Oxford University Press. 2013
Jansen, Sue Curry, “Redesigning a Nation: Welcome to E-stonia, 2001-2018" in Branding of Post-Communist Nations: Marketizing
National Identities in the ‘New’ Europe, edited by Nadia Kanova. Routledge. 2012
Jansen, “Introduction.” 2011 Introduction to Media & Social Justice
Communication 7, 2. 2010 Ambiguities and Imperatives of Market Censorship: A Brief History of a Concept
Communication Theory 20, 2 May. 2010
Cultural Studies 6, 3 September. 2009 Phantom Conflict: Lipmann, Dewey and the Fate of the Public in Modern Society
‘This is an Author’s Original Manuscript of an article whose final and definitive form, the Version of Record, has been published in Communication and Critical/
David Park and Jefferson Pooley, Peter Lang, 2008.
14, 1 (Jan.) 2008. Designer Nations: Neo-liberal Nation Branding - Brand Estonia
‘This is an Author’s Original Manuscript of an article whose final and definitive form, the Version of Record, has been published in Social Identities: Journal for the
Jefferson Pooley, Critical Studies in Mediated Communication 24, 5 (Dec.) 2007. History Matters
Sage Publications, 2007.
Lee Artz and Yahya R. Kamalipour, Rowman and Littlefield, 2004.
George Gerbner, Hamid Mowlana, and Herbert I. Schiller, Westview, 1996.
Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 20, 1 (Feb.) 1996).
Grover Furr, Institute for Critical Thinking, 1995.
Stanley Deetz, A Publication of the International Communication Association and Sage, 1994.
Rethinking Masculinity. Freedom, CA: The Crossing Press, 1994.
Sociology of Sport Journal (Mar.) 1994.
The Portrayal of Race, Ethnicity, and Nation in U.S. Televised Coverage of International Athletic Events, with Don Sabo, Danny Tate,
Jansen, Sue Curry, Review of Human Rights and African Airwaves by Harri Englund, J-History. 2013. Review of Human Rights and African Airwaves
“Rethinking Social Justice Research in Media and Communication,” Communication, Culture, and Critique 1, 3. 2008.
“Is Science a Man? New Feminist Epistemologies and Reconstructions of Knowledge." Review of books by Carolyn Merchant, Sandra Harding, and
"The Electronic Bribe: Power and Knowledge in the Video Age." Review of books by John L. Caughie, Joshua Meyrowitz, and Neil Postman.
Dependency Road. By Dallas Smythe. Theory and Society 12, 3 (May) 1983. Reprinted in The Port Moody Spike: The Community Newspaper.
Administrative Versus Critical Perspectives in Communication Studies. Survey review of Communication Yearbook 5. Contemporary Sociology
Jansen, Sue Curry, “The Propaganda of Peace: The Role of Media and Culture in the Northern Ireland Peace Process,” War and Media Network. 2011
Jansen, Sue Curry, Review of A Century of Spin: How Public Relations became the Cutting Edge of Corporate Power and
Jansen, Sue Curry, “It’s Just PR,” review, Communication, Culture and Critique 2, 3 (September) 2009.
Jansen, Sue Curry, Rethinking Social Justice Scholarship in Media and Communication, Communication, Culture and Critique 1, 3 (Sept.) 2008.
Courting the Abyss: Free Speech and the Liberal Tradition. By John Durham Peters, International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics 2, 1, 2006.
Mass Culture and Perestroika in the Soviet Union edited by Marsha Siefert. International Journal of Public Opinion Research 4, 4, 1992.
Women in the Middle East: The Veiled Revolution. Directed by Marilyn Gaunt and produced by Elizabeth Fernea. Uncommon Threads 1, 1 (Jan.) 1992.
Marxism and the Interpretation of Culture. Edited by Cary Nelson and Larry Grossberg. Journal of Communication 39, 1 (Winter) 1989.
Computers and Fences: The Ideology of the Information Age. Edited by Jennifer Slack and Fred Fejes. Journal of Communication 38, 3, 1988.
Communication and Knowledge. By Richard A. Cherwitz and James W. Hikins. Journal of Communication 36, 4 (Autumn) 1986.
Advertising: The Uneasy Persuasion. By Michael Schudson. Theory and Society 14, 6 (Nov.) 1985.
Strangers in Paradise. By Jake Ryan and Charles Sackrey, Theory and Society 14, 6 (Nov.) 1985.
The Black Book of Polish Censorship. By Jane Leftwich Curry. Journal of Communication 35, 2 (Spring) 1985.
Communications in Transition. By Mary S. Mander. Journal of Communication 35, 1 (Winter) 1985.
Media Abuses. By The Media Institute. Journal of Communication 34, 4 (Autumn 1984).
Channels of Desire. By Stuart Ewen and Elizabeth Ewen. Contemporary Sociology 12, 4 (July) 1983.
Permitted Dissent in the USSR. By Dina Rome Spechler. Journal of Communication 33, 1 (Spring) 1983.
Broadcasting in a Free Society. By Lord Windlesham. Journal of Communication 32, 4 (Autumn) 1982.
Latin American Media. By Marvin Alinsky. Journal of Communication 32, 3 (Summer) 1982.
"Who Knows?" Review of book by Herbert I. Schiller. Journal of Communication 32, 2 (Spring) 1982.
Small Voices and Great Trumpets. Edited by Bernard Rubin. Journal of Communication 32, 1 (Winter) 1982.
A Paradigm for Looking. By Beryl Bellman and Bennetta Jules-Rosette. Qualitative Sociology 4, 2 (Summer) 1981.
Discovering the News. By Michael Schudson. Theory and Society 10, 1 (Jan.) 1981.
Television. By John Caughie. Theory and Society 10, 1 (Jan.) 1981.
Language and Learning. By Massimo Piatelli-Palmarini. Journal of Communication 32, 4 (Autumn) 1981.
Making the News. By Peter Golding and Philip Elliot. Journal of Communication 31, 3 (Summer) 1981.
The Whole World is Watching. By Todd Gitlin. Journal of Communication 31, 2 (Spring) 1981.
Hip Capitalism. By Susan Krieger. Journal of Communication 30, 3 (Summer) 1980.
The Third World and Press Freedom. By Philip C. Horton. Journal of Communication 30, 1 (Winter) 1980.
The Way of Discovery. By Richard Gelwick. Philosophy of the Social Sciences 9, 3 (Sept.) 1979.
Political Language. By Murray Edelman. Philosophy and Rhetoric 12, 1 (Winter) 1979.
Opening and Closing. By Orrin Klapp. Humanity and Society 3, 3 (Aug.) 1979.
Making News. By Gaye Tuchman. Journal of Communication 29, 4 (Autumn) 1979.
Good News, Bad News. By Edwin Diamond. Journal of Communication 29, 3 (Summer) 1979.
Unmailable. By Dorothy Ganfield Fowler. Journal of Communication 29, 2 (Spring) 1979.
The Information Process. By Robert W. Diamond. Journal of Communication 29, 1 (Winter) 1979.
Cato or the Future of Censorship. By William Seagle. Reconsideration of a book published in 1930. Theory and Society 6, 2 (Sept.) 1978.
Sociological Writing on the Press. By Denis McQuail. Journal of Communication 28, 3 (Summer) 1978.
After Babel. By George Steiner. Theory and Society 5, 1 (Jan.) 1978.
Skeptical Sociology. By Dennis Wrong. Sociology and Social Research 62, 1 (Spring) 1977.
The Consciousness Industry. By Hans Magnus Enzensberger. Transaction: Social Science and Modern Society 14, 1 (Nov./Dec. 1976).
Findings and Keepings. By Lewis Mumford. Journal of Popular Culture 10, 2 (Fall) 1976.
Bertold Brecht's Berlin. By Wolf von Eckart and Sandor L. Gilman. Journal of Popular Culture 10, 2 (Fall) 1976.
The Gods of Antenna. By Bruce Herschenson. Journal of Communication 26, 2 (Summer) 1976.
Dialectical Sociology: An Analysis of the Sociology of Georges Gurvitch. By Phillip Bosserman. Sociological Quarterly 10, 4. 1969.
E-Application Etiquette, with John L. Sullivan, Chronicle of Higher Education, August 31, 2005. E-Application Etiquette
"Making Minds: Artificial Intelligence, Ozone, Embodiment, and Nature as Trickster," published electronically on The Electronic Salon, Internet and Lewis and Clark College Gender Symposium, April 1992.
"She Unnames Them," with Dorothy A. Mariner, Teaching Notes. Radical Teacher 36, 1988.
"The New Media," Contemporary Sociology 15, 4 (July) 1986.