Jimmy Sanderson, Ph.D
Frederick, E., Pegoraro, A., & Sanderson, J. (2019). Divided and united: Perceptions of athlete
activism at the ESPYs. Sport and Society, 22, 1919-1936.
Sanderson, J., & Cassilo D. (2019). "I'm glad I played when the country still had gonads":
Bottom-up framing around Pop Warner's kickoff policy change. Journal of Sports Media, 14, 1-22.
+Cassilo, D., & Sanderson, J. (2019). From social isolation to becoming an advocate:
Exploring athletes' grief discourse about lived concussion experiences in online forums.
Communication and Sport, 7, 678-696.
Sanderson, J., & Weathers, M. (2019). "Every Time Someone Comes Forward, it Makes it Easier for
the Next Survivor to Be Heard": Sport as a Triggering Agent to Break the
Silence of Child Sexual Abuse. Communication Quarterly, 67, 333-353.
Sanderson, J., & +Cassilo D. (2019). "Support is What Really Helped Me Get Through":
Investigating Athletes Pursuit and Receipt of Social Support During Concussion Recovery. Journal of Athlete Development and Experience, 1, 15-27.
Sanderson, J., Stokowski, S., & Taylor, E. (2019). #TrendingInTheRightDirection: A case study analyzing Temple Football's #SpringBall18 campaign. International Journal of Sport Communication, 12, 104-127.
Sanderson, J. (2018). Media coverage and representation in youth sport. In S. Arthur-Banning,(Ed.). Youth sports in America: The most important issues in youth sports today (pp. 213-220). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Sanderson, J. (2018). Identity and speech in sport in the social media era. In M. McCann (Ed.). Handbook of American Sports Law (pp. 279 – 296). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Sanderson, J. (2018). Guarding against quick and easy: Tightening up qualitative sport
and social media research. In A. Bundon (Ed.) Digital Qualitative Research in Sport (pp. 80-92). New York: Routledge.
Sanderson, J. (2018). Think twice before you post: Issues student-athletes face on social media. New Directions for Student Services, 163, 81-92.
Cassilo, D., & Sanderson, J. (2018). "I don't think it's worth the risk": Media framing of the Chris Borland retirement in digital and print media. Communication and Sport, 6, 86-110.
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