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“Hope in a hashtag”: the discursive activism of# WhyIStayed
R Clark
Feminist Media Studies 16 (5), 788-804, 2016
3902016
“I see you, I believe you, I stand with you”:# MeToo and the performance of networked feminist visibility
R Clark-Parsons
Feminist Media Studies 21 (3), 362-380, 2021
1272021
Building a digital Girl Army: The cultivation of feminist safe spaces online
R Clark-Parsons
new media & society 20 (6), 2125-2144, 2018
1082018
# NotBuyingIt: Hashtag Feminists Expand the Commercial Media Conversation
R Clark
Feminist Media Studies 14 (6), 1108-1110, 2014
642014
Feminist Ephemera in a Digital World: Theorizing Zines as Networked Feminist Practice
R Clark-Parsons
Communication, Culture & Critique, 2017
292017
Social Media and Time
G Yang, R Clark
Social Media + Society 1 (1), 1-2, 2015
142015
Margins as Methods, Margins as Ethics: A Feminist Framework for Studying Online Alterity
R Clark-Parsons, J Lingel
Social Media+ Society 6 (1), 2056305120913994, 2020
122020
This kill shot is brought to you by…: An analysis of hunting television in the United States
L McGuigan, R Clark-Parsons
Critical Studies in Television 14 (1), 55-73, 2019
52019
# ThisEndsHere: Confronting Sexual Assault and Harassment in Our Campus Communities
R Clark-Parsons
Communication Culture & Critique 11 (3), 475-478, 2018
32018
Exploring the use of corrections on college newspapers’ websites
KE Hettinga, R Clark, A Appelman
College Media Review 53, 3380-2, 2016
32016
Networked Feminism: How Digital Media Makers Transformed Gender Justice Movements
R Clark-Parsons
Univ of California Press, 2022
22022
The Work of Classroom Safe Spaces
R Clark-Parsons
Teaching Media Quarterly 7 (1), 2019
22019
More than handmaids: Nursing, labor activism and feminism
J Lingel, R Clark-Parsons, K Branciforte
Gender, Work & Organization, 2022
12022
Doing It Ourselves: The Networked Practices of Feminist Media Activism
R Clark-Parsons
University of Pennsylvania, 2018
12018
Networked Feminism
R Clark-Parsons
Networked Feminism, 2022
2022
Book review: We were feminists once: From Riot Grrrl to Covergirl, the buying and selling of a political movement
R Clark
Communication and the Public 2 (1), 102-103, 2017
2017
Book review: Girls’ feminist blogging in a postfeminist age
R Clark
Communication and the Public 1 (2), 269-270, 2016
2016
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