Publications

Eckert, S., O’Shay Wallace, S., Metzger-Riftkin, J., & Kolhoff, S. (2018). “The best damn representation of Islam:” Muslims, gender, social media and Islamophobia in the United States. CyberOrient, 12(1). Available here.

Novak, J, Day, A., Sopory, P., Wilkins, L., Padgett, D. R., Eckert, S. et al. (in press). Engaging communities in emergency risk and crisis communication: Mixed-method systematic review and evidence synthesis. Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication.

Eckert, S., Metzger-Riftkin, J., & Nurmis, J. (2018). Teaching girls online skills: Results of the Wikid Grrls intervention. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 10(3), 20-42. Available here.

Eckert, S., Carter Olson, C. S., & LaPoe, V. L. (2018). Digital communication as a promotion building community? Scholars’ use of social media for peer communication. In LaPoe, V. L., Carter Olson, C. S., & LaPoe, B. R. (eds.), Underserved communities and digital discourse. Getting voices heard, (pp. 57-76). Lanham, MD: Lexington.

Sopory, P., Day, A., Novak, J., Eckert, S., Wilkins, L., Padgett, D. R. … Gamhewage, G. M. (2018). Communicating uncertainty during public health emergency events: A systematic review, Review of Communication Research, 7. doi: 10.12840/ISSN.2255-4165.019. Available here.

Eckert, S., & Steiner, L. (2018). Sexual harassment in media education. Communication, Culture and Critique. Online First; July 31, 2018. doi:10.1093/ccc/tcy017

Eckert, S., & Steiner, L. (2018). Teaching girls online skills for knowledge projects: A research-based feminist intervention. In: Harp, D., Loke, J., & Bachmann, I. (eds.), Feminist Approaches to Media Theory and Research, pp. 219-235. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Eckert, S. (2018). Fighting for recognition: Online abuse of women bloggers in Germany, Switzerland, the UK and US. New Media & Society, 20(4), 1282-1302.

Eckert, S. Sopory, P., Day, A., Wilkins, L., Padgett, D., Novak, J. … Gamhewage, G. (2017). Health-related disaster communication and social media: Mixed-method systematic review. Health Communication. DOI: 10.1080/10410236.2017.1351278. [Online First: August 21, 2017]

Eckert, S. (2017). Fluid public clusters in Western democracies: Political women bloggers in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany and Switzerland. Blue Book of Media and Gender. Report on the Development of Media and Gender in China (2015-2016), 229-272.

LaPoe, V., Carter, C. O. & Eckert, S. (2017). “LinkedIn is my office; Facebook my living room, Twitter the neighborhood bar”: Media scholars’ liminal use of social media for peer and public communication. Journal of Communication Inquiry. Online first: May 17, 2017. DOI: 10.1177/0196859917707741. Available here.

Eckert, S., Gerring, N., Jun, K.-N., Lean, S. F., Lacouture, M., Liu, J., & Walter, A. (2017). Strengthening women’s civic and political participation: A synthesis of the scholarly literature. White Paper. USAID. Available here USAID Women’s Participation 2017

Steiner, L., & Eckert, S. (2017). The Democratic Potential of Feminist Twitter. In Lind, R. (Ed.), Race and Gender in Electronic Media: Content, Context, Culture, (pp. 213-230). New York, NY: Routledge. [Table of Content]

Eckert, S. & Steiner, L. (2016). How to cover rape? U.S. journalists’ critiques of Rolling Stone‘s campus rape story. Media Report To Women, 44(4), 12-21.

Eckert, S., & Steiner, L. (2016). Feminist uses of social media. In Novak, A. N, & El-Burki, I. J. (Eds.) Defining identity and the changing scope of culture in the digital age, (pp. 210-229). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Eckert, S. (2016). Feminist_innen Online: Potentiale und Herausforderungen. [Feminists online: potentials and challenges]. Ministry of Health, Emancipation, Care and Age, State of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Full text available here (in German).

Eckert, S. (2015). Ein Zimmer für Dich selbst. Sicherer bloggen und twittern. [A room for yourself. Safer blogging and tweeting]. In Eisman, S., & Köver, C. (Eds.) Hack es selbst: Digitales do-it-yourself für Mädchen. [Hack it yourself: Digital do it yourself for girls] (pp. 130-132). Landsberg, Germany: Beltz & Gelberg.

Eckert, S. (2015). The Guttenberg Plagiarism Case: Myth Through Germany’s Leading News Magazines, Journal of Communication Inquiry, 39(3), 249-272. [PDF]

Koliska, M., & Eckert, S. (2014). Lost in a House of Mirrors: Journalists Come to Terms with Myth and Reality in The Newsroom, Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 16(6),  750-767. [Abstract]

Eckert, S., Chadha, K., & Koliska, M. (2014). Stuck in First Gear: The Case of the German Political Blogosphere, International Journal of Communication 8, 628-645. [PDF]

Eckert, S. (2014). Frauenstimmen im Netz. [Women’s voices on the internet]. Denkerinnen Blog.

Eckert, S. (2014). Eigene digitale Räume. Von guten und schlechten Erfahrungen von Bloggerinnen. [Digital rooms of their own. On good and bad experiences of women bloggers.]  Kleinerdrei Blog.

Eckert, S., & Chadha, K. (2013). Muslim Bloggers in Germany: An Emergent Counterpublic, Media, Culture & Society 35(8), 926-942. [Abstract]

Eckert, S., & Steiner, L. (2013). (Re)triggering Backlash: Responses to News of Wikipedia’s Gender Gap, Journal of Communication Inquiry 37(4), 284-303. [Abstract]

Eckert, S., & Steiner, L. (2013). Wikipedia’s Gender Gap. In Armstrong, C. (Ed.), Media Disparity: A Gender Battleground. (pp. 87-98). Lexington Books. [Abstract]

Re-Publications

Eckert, S., & Chadha, K. (2016). Muslim Bloggers in Germany: An Emergent Counterpublic. In Piele, A. (ed.), Islam and the Media: Critical Concepts in Sociology. Routledge.

Eckert, S. (2015). Eigene digitale Räume. Von guten und schlechten Erfahrungen von Bloggerinnen. [Digital rooms of their own. Of good and bad experiences of women bloggers.] Der Apfel – Zeitschrift des österreichischen Frauenforums Feministische Theologie [The Apple – Journal of the Austrian Women’s Forum on Feminist Theology], 114(2), 12-14.

Eckert, S. (2014). Frauenstimmen im Netz. [Women’s voices on the internet]. Frauenblog Schweiz.

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