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Working Papers

Larson, Ryan P. and Andrew M. Lindner. 2017. “Professionalization Through Attrition?: An Event History Analysis of Mortalities in Citizen Journalism.”

Articles

Lindner, Andrew M. and Ryan P. Larson. 2017. “The Expansion and Contraction of the Journalistic Field and American Online Citizen Journalism, 2000-2012.” Poetics. [Pre-print version].

Lindner, Andrew M. and Ziggy Schulting. 2017. “How Movies with a Female Presence Fare with Critics.” Socius. [open access]

Lindner, Andrew M. and Ryan P. Larson. 2016. “The Year English Soccer Wasn’t For Sale.” Contexts. [Pre-print version].

Lindner, Andrew M. 2016. “Editorial Gatekeeping in Citizen Journalism.” New Media & Society. [Pre-print version].

Hawkins, Daniel N., Andrew M. Lindner, Ryan Larson, and Jonathan Santo. 2015. “Overrating Bruins, Underrating Badgers: Media, Bias, and College Basketball.” Journal of Sports Management and Commercialization 6(3):11-26[Pre-print version].

Lindner, Andrew M., Melissa Lindquist, and Julie Arnold. 2015. “Million Dollar Maybe? The Effect of Female Presence in Movies on Box Office Returns.” Sociological Inquiry. [Pre-print version] 85(2):214-236.

Lindner, Andrew M., Emma Connell, and Erin Meyer. 2015. “Professional Journalists in ‘Citizen’ Journalism.” Information, Communication, & Society 18(5):553-568. [Pre-print version].

Lindner, Andrew M. 2013. “The Sociology of Silver.” In The Social Side of Politics. Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen (eds.). New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

Lindner, Andrew M. 2012. “Teaching Quantitative Literacy Through a Regression Analysis of Exam Performance.” Teaching Sociology 40(1):50-59.
 
Lindner, Andrew M. 2012. “An Old Tool with New Promise.” Contexts 11(1):70-72.
 
Lindner, Andrew M. and Daniel N. Hawkins. 2012. “Globalization, Culture Wars, and Attitudes Toward Soccer in America: An Empirical Assessment of How Soccer Explains the World.” The Sociological Quarterly 53(1):68-91. [Pre-print version].
Lindner, Andrew M. 2009. “Among The Troops: Seeing the Iraq War Through Three Journalistic Vantage Points.” Social Problems 56(1):21-48.
Lindner, Andrew M. 2008. “Controlling the Media in Iraq.” Contexts 7(2):32-38.
  • Re-printed in: The Contexts Reader, 2nd Edition (2012), Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen (eds.). New York: W.W. Norton & Co.
  • Re-printed in: Mapping the Social Landscape: Readings in Sociology, 7th Edition (2012), Susan J. Ferguson. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Other Essays

Lindner, Andrew M. 2015. “Television news could benefit from additional context.” Albany Times-Union, April 30.

Lindner, Andrew M. 2014. “Culture wars have a new turf.” Albany Times-Union, July 13.

Lindner, Andrew M. 2012. “Calculating Obama’s Chances.” The Society Pages, Sept. 10.

Book Reviews

Lindner, Andrew M. 2017. “Attention for Sale.” Contexts 16(2):60-61.

Lindner, Andrew M. 2016. Review of The United States of Excess: Gluttony and the Dark Side of American Exceptionalism, by Robert PaarlbergContemporary Sociology 45(4):490-492.

Lindner, Andrew M. 2010. “Empire of the Games: A Review Essay” Contexts 9(4):77.

Lindner, Andrew M. 2009. “The War Society: A Review Essay.” Contexts 8(4):74-76.

Lindner, Andrew M. 2009. Review of Media Unlimited: How the Torrent of Images and Sounds Overwhelms Our Lives by Todd Gitlin. Contemporary Sociology 38(1):24-25.

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