Lauren Reichart Smith
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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
Identity in Twitter’s hashtag culture: A sport-media-consumption case study
LR Smith, KD Smith
International Journal of Sport Communication 5 (4), 539-557, 2012
(Re) calling London: The gender frame agenda within NBC’s primetime broadcast of the 2012 Olympiad
AC Billings, JR Angelini, PJ MacArthur, K Bissell, LR Smith
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 91 (1), 38-58, 2014
Missed programs (you can’t TiVo this one): Why psychologists should study media
BM Okdie, DR Ewoldsen, NL Muscanell, RE Guadagno, CA Eno, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (2), 180-195, 2014
Tweet, retweet, favorite: The impact of Twitter use on enjoyment and sports viewing
LR Smith, A Pegoraro, SA Cruikshank
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 63 (1), 94-110, 2019
Competing separately, medaling equally: Racial depictions of athletes in NBC's primetime broadcast of the 2012 London Olympic Games
JR Angelini, AC Billings, PJ MacArthur, K Bissell, LR Smith
Howard Journal of Communications 25 (2), 115-133, 2014
Follow me, what's the harm: Considerations of catfishing and utilizing fake online personas on social media
L Reichart Smith, KD Smith, M Blazka
J. Legal Aspects Sport 27, 32, 2017
Nationalism in the United States and Canadian primetime broadcast coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics
JR Angelini, PJ MacArthur, LR Smith, AC Billings
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 52 (7), 779-800, 2017
International faces: An analysis of self-inflicted face-ism in online profile pictures
LR Smith, SC Cooley
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 41 (3), 279-296, 2012
The dwindling Winter Olympic divide between male and female athletes: The NBC broadcast network’s primetime coverage of the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games
PJ MacArthur, JR Angelini, AC Billings, LR Smith
Sport in Society 19 (10), 1556-1572, 2016
What’s the best exposure? Examining media representations of female athletes and the impact on collegiate athletes’ self-objectification
L Reichart Smith
Communication & Sport 4 (3), 282-302, 2016
Where the gender differences really reside: The “big five” sports featured in NBC's 2012 London primetime Olympic broadcast
AC Billings, JR Angelini, PJ MacArthur, K Bissell, LR Smith, NA Brown
Communication Research Reports 31 (2), 141-153, 2014
Media framing of Larry Nassar and the USA gymnastics child sex abuse scandal
LR Smith, A Pegoraro
Journal of child sexual abuse 29 (4), 373-392, 2020
Nice Dig! An Analysis of the Verbal and Visual Coverage of Men's and Women's Beach Volleyball During the 2008 Olympic Games
L Smith, K Bissell
Communication and Sport, 2012
Communication theories and sport studies
S KeonYoo, LR Smith, D Kim
Routledge handbook of sport communication, 22-33, 2013
Form or function? An examination of ESPN magazine's “Body Issue”
K Hull, LR Smith, A Schmittel
Visual Communication Quarterly 22 (2), 106-117, 2015
Fanfare for the American: NBC’s prime-time broadcast of the 2012 London Olympiad
A Billings, JR Angelini, PJ MacArthur, LR Smith, J Vincent
Electronic News 8 (2), 101-119, 2014
Stand up, show respect: Athlete activism, nationalistic attitudes, and emotional response
L Smith
International Journal of Communication 13, 22, 2019
Let's (not) talk sex: An analysis of the verbal and visual coverage of women's beach volleyball during the 2008 Olympic Games
K Bissell, LR Smith
Journal of Sports Media 8 (2), 1-30, 2013
An examination of Michigan State University’s image repair via Facebook and the public response following the Larry Nassar scandal
E Frederick, A Pegoraro, LR Smith
Communication & Sport 9 (1), 128-149, 2021
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