Ph.D. Communication State University of New York at Buffalo
M.A. Media Studies Syracuse University
B.A. Mass Communication St. Bonaventure University
|Area(s) of Specialty:||
Journalism, Gender Representations in Media
Ducey, M. (in press). So are the days of our tweets: An examination of Twitter use by American daytime serials and their fans. In A. Slade, A.J. Narro, & D. Givens-Carroll (Eds.), Television, Social Media and Fan Culture. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press.
Ducey, M., & Olson, K.S. (2014). Developing collaborative simulations to benefit multiple classes. Teaching Journalism & Mass Communication.
Ducey, M. (2010). Social media in the classroom. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication: Social media in the classroom.
Ducey, M. (2009). Women in Journalism. In Christopher H. Sterling (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Journalism. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Ducey, M. (2009, April 4). It’s easy to get lost on today’s information highway. Democrat and Chronicle, p. 15A.
Ducey, M. (April 2014). These are the days of our tweets: A content analysis of the official Twitter accounts of American daytime serials. Paper presented at the 2014 Popular Culture & American Culture Association Conference, Chicago.
Ducey, M. (August 2012). Newspaper journalists evaluate the state of the watchdog function. Paper presented to the Newspaper/Online News Division at the 2012 Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago.
Ducey, M. (August 2009). Bursting the bubble: Complaints about soap operas to the Federal Communications Commission, 2004-2008. Presented to the Law and Policy Division at the 2009 Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in Boston.
Ducey, M. (August 2008). His or hers? The role of editor and reporter gender on newspaper section fronts. Presented to the Commission on the Status of Women Division at the 2008 Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in Chicago.
James H. Ottaway Fellowship, American Press Institute's Beyond the Newsroom Seminar
Poynter Institute Scholarship for Multimedia Journalism for College Educators Seminar
Two New York State Associated Press Writing Contest Awards
journalism, gender representations in media, journalism education, media law
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