Publications

Journal Publications:

Novak, A. N. & Vilceanu, M.O. (2017). When crisis becomes policy: Credit card security crises and Congressional speechesElectronic Journal of Communication, 27(1).

Vilceanu, M.O. & Novak, A. N. (2017). Love, brands, and marriage: Audience reception of LGBT Instagram posts after the 2015 Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriageOhio Journal of Communication, 55, pp 146-164.

Novak, A. N., Johnson, K., and Pontes, M. (2016). LatinoTwitter: Discousres of Latino Civic Engagement in Social Media. First Monday, 21(8).

Novak, A. N. & El-Burki, I. (2016). A Union Man: Framing Race in College Athletic Policy Debates. Journal  of Race and Policy, 11(2).

Novak, A. N. & Khazraee, E. (2014). The Stealthy Protester: Risk and the Female Body in Online Social Movements. Feminist Media Studies, 14(6).

Novak, A. N. (2014). Anonymity, confidentiality, privacy and identity: The ties that bind and break in communication researchReview of Communication, 14(1).

Novak, A. N. & Hakanen, E. A. (2012). Themes and Affect in the Third Wave of Contemporary Chinese Art. Journal of Social Sciences, Culture and Arts, 1(1).A.

Mascaro, C. M., Novak, A., & Goggins, S. (2012). The Daily Brew: The Structural Evolution of the Coffee Party on Facebook during the 2010 United States Midterm Election Season. The Journal of Information, Technology and Politics, 9(3).

Chapters in Edited Volumes: 

Novak, A. N. (2017). “Engaged Brigade: Digital Platforms and Millennial Engagement in the 2016 Election.” In D. Schill & Hendricks, A. (Eds.) The Presidency and Social MediaRoutledge.

Novak, A. N. (2017). “Narrowcasting, Millennials, and the personalization of genre in digital media.” In C. Baker & Wiatrowski, M. (Eds.) The Age of Netflix: Critical Essays on Streaming Media, Digital Delivery and Instant Access. McFarland Press.

Novak, A. N. (2017). “Little Shop of…: Intersections of the 9/11 Memorial Gift Shop, Capitalism, and Journalism.” In G. Fragopoulos & Naydan, L.  (Eds.) Terror in Global Narrative: The Aesthetics and Representation of 9/11 in the Age of Late-Late Capitalism. Palgrave.

Novak, A. N. (2016). “The Revenge of Cecil the Lion: Credibility in online third-party review sites.” In M. Folk & Apostel, S. (Eds.) Establishing and Evaluating Digital Ethos and Online Credibility. IGI Global.

Novak, A. N. (2016). “Smartest Guys in the Room: Framing the Future of Media Regulation through Netflix.” In K. McDonald & D. Smith-Rowsey (Eds.) The Netflix Effect: Technology and Entertainment in the 21st Century. Bloomsbury Press.

Novak, A. N. & Hakanen, E. A. (2015). “Framing Technological Influence through C-SPAN.” In R. Browning (Ed.) Exploring the  C-SPAN archives: Advancing the research agenda. Purdue University Press.

Novak, A. N. (2014). “Exploring discourses of engagement in 2 Broke Girls.” In Kaklamanidou, B. & Tally, M. (Eds.). The Millennials on Film and Television: Essays on the Politics of Pop Culture. McFarland Press.

Novak, A. N. (2014). “Millennials, citizenship, and How I Met Your Mother.” In J. Zenor (Ed.). Parasocial Politics: Audience Readings of Cultural Politics in Pop Culture. Lexington Books.

Novak, A. N., Mascaro, C., Goggins, S., & Koku, E. (2014). “How not to caffeinate a political group:  Parent post influence on conversational network structure.” In J. Bishop (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Political Activism in the Information Age. IGI Global.

Novak, A. N. & Johnson, J. (2013). “The Female Email: Examining the Leadership and Rhetoric of Female Representations of the 2012 Obama Campaign.” In Lockhart, M. & Mollick, K. (Eds.). Political Women: Language and Leadership. Lexington Books.

Novak, A. N. & McGhee, I. (2013). “’I’ll See You in Court:” The Collision of Legal Drama Frames and Public Policy.” In L. Guglielmo (Ed.), Teen Pregnancy and MTV: Critical Essays on 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom. Scarecrow Press.

Mascaro, C., Novak, A., & Goggins, S. (2012). Emergent networks of topical discourse: A comparative framing and social networking analysis of the Coffee Party and Tea Party Patriots. In C. G. Reddick & S. K. Aikins (Eds.), Web 2.0 technologies and democratic governance: Political, policy and management implicationsSpringer Science+Business Media, LLC.

Book Reviews:

Novak, A. N. (2014). Book review of Ageing and Youth Cultures, Paul Hodkinson & Andy Bennett (Eds.). Age Culture Humanities, 1(1).

Novak, A. N. (2013). Book Review of New Directions in Media and Politics, Travis N. Ridout (Ed.). Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 6(1).

Encyclopedia Articles:

Novak, A. N. (2017). “Information Society.” In Springer Encyclopedia of Big Data. Springer.

Novak, A. N. (2015). “Jackson, Andrew (Administration)” and “Van Buren, Martin (Administration).” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of World PovertySAGE Reference.

Novak, A. N. (2014). “Engagement Theory” and “Misrepresentation.” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of TheorySAGE Reference.

Novak, A. N. & Hakanen, E. A. (2013). “Engagement Advertising,” “Engagement Features,” “Big Data,” and “Framing Theory.” In K. Harvey & G. Golson (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Social Media and PoliticsSAGE Reference.

Published & Archived Conference Proceedings: 

Magee, R., Sebastian, M., Novak, A. N., Mascaro, C., Black, A. & Goggins, S. (2013). #TwitterPlay: A Case Study of Fan Roleplaying Online.  Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW), San Antonio, TX. Archived at ACM Digital Library.

Novak, A., Mascaro, C. M., & Goggins, S. (2012). Virtual play in communities: The evolution in group roles in electronic trace data. iConference 2012: Culture, Design and Society, Toronto, Canada. Archived at ACM Digital Library.

Mascaro, C. M., Novak, A., & Goggins, S. (2012). Shepherding and Censorship: Discourse Management in the Tea Party Patriots Facebook Group.  Presented at 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Manoa, HI. Archived at CS Digital Library.

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