Jimmy Sanderson
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I'm going to Instagram it! An analysis of athlete self-presentation on Instagram
LR Smith, J Sanderson
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 59 (2), 342-358, 2015
Fan–athlete interaction and Twitter tweeting through the Giro: A case study
JW Kassing, J Sanderson
International journal of sport communication 3 (1), 113-128, 2010
The positives and negatives of Twitter: Exploring how student-athletes use Twitter and respond to critical tweets
B Browning, J Sanderson
International Journal of Sport Communication 5 (4), 503-521, 2012
It's a whole new ballgame: How social media is changing sports
J Sanderson
Hampton Press, 2011
Tweeting prayers and communicating grief over Michael Jackson online
J Sanderson, P Hope Cheong
Bulletin of science, technology & society 30 (5), 328-340, 2010
“You're the kind of guy that we all want for a drinking buddy”: Expressions of parasocial interaction on Floydlandis. com
JW Kassing, J Sanderson
Western Journal of Communication 73 (2), 182-203, 2009
To tweet or not to tweet: Exploring Division I athletic departments’ social-media policies
J Sanderson
International Journal of Sport Communication 4 (4), 492-513, 2011
When athlete activism clashes with group values: Social identity threat management via social media
J Sanderson, E Frederick, M Stocz
Mass Communication and Society 19 (3), 301-322, 2016
The blog is serving its purpose: Self-presentation strategies on 38pitches. com.
J Sanderson
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 13 (4), 912-936, 2008
From yellow to blue: Exploring Lance Armstrong’s image repair strategies across traditional and social media
ME Hambrick, EL Frederick, J Sanderson
Communication & Sport 3 (2), 196-218, 2015
Framing Tiger’s troubles: Comparing traditional and social media
J Sanderson
International Journal of Sport Communication 3 (4), 438-453, 2010
Covering the scandal in 140 characters: A case study of Twitter’s role in coverage of the Penn State saga
J Sanderson, ME Hambrick
International Journal of Sport Communication 5 (3), 384-402, 2012
From loving the hero to despising the villain: Sports fans, Facebook, and social identity threats
J Sanderson
Mass Communication and Society 16 (4), 487-509, 2013
Tweets and blogs: Transformative, adversarial, and integrative developments in sports media
J Sanderson, JW Kassing
Sports media, 114-127, 2012
“I hate you man!”: Exploring maladaptive parasocial interaction expressions to college athletes via Twitter
J Sanderson, C Truax
Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics 7 (1), 1, 2023
Talking about Trayvon in 140 characters: Exploring NFL players’ tweets about the George Zimmerman verdict
A Schmittel, J Sanderson
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 39 (4), 332-345, 2015
Playing in the new media game or riding the virtual bench: Confirming and disconfirming membership in the community of sport
JW Kassing, J Sanderson
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 39 (1), 3-18, 2015
“I was able to still do my job on the field and keep playing”: An investigation of female and male athletes’ experiences with (not) reporting concussions
J Sanderson, M Weathers, K Snedaker, K Gramlich
Communication & Sport 5 (3), 267-287, 2017
‘How could anyone have predicted that# AskJameis would go horribly wrong?’Public relations, social media, and hashtag hijacking
J Sanderson, K Barnes, C Williamson, ET Kian
Public Relations Review 42 (1), 31-37, 2016
Stepping into the (social media) game: Building athlete identity via Twitter
J Sanderson
Handbook of research on technoself: Identity in a technological society, 419-438, 2013
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