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Dr. Mia Moody-Ramirez CV

Refereed Articles

  • Moody-Ramirez, M. Scott, LM. (2016). Rap Music Literacy: A Case Study of Millenial Audience Reception to Rap Lyrics Depicting Women. Journal of Media Literacy Education 7 (3), 54-72.
  • Moody, M., Lewis, T., Murray, B. (2015). The 2013 Steubenville rape case: an examination of framing in newspapers and user-generated content. Southwestern Mass Communication Journal.
  • Burleson, C. & Moody (2014). Sixteen Ain’t So Sweet: Longitudinal Study of Jasper Texas. Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas (45).
  • Moody, M., Hamilton-Short, I., Mitchell, K. (2014). Guilty by Association: An analysis of Shaunie O’Neal’s online/on-air image restoration tactics. Journal of Research on Women and Gender (5) 1.
  • Moody, M., Cohen, L. & Fournon, C. (2013). Negativity in Twitter: How politicians are adapting to social media. Mass Communication Journalism (3) 3.
  • Moody, M., Subervi, F. Oshagan, H. (2013). Ethnic/racial minorities' participation in AEJMC. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator (68) 2.
  • Moody, M., Burleson, C. (2013). Utilizing Service-Based, Collaborative Teaching in Journalism Courses. Teaching Journalism and Mass Communication.
  • Moody, M. & Bates, E. (2013). Best practices for incorporating SEO tactics into PR courses from a constructivist approach. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator (68) 1
  • Moody, M. & Brown, J. (2012). Not ready to play nice: an analysis of negativity in the news releases of 2007 presidential primary. Southwestern Mass Communication Journal (22) 1.
  • Burleson, C. & Moody, M. (2011). Through a glass darkly: A comparison of Jasper Newsboy coverage with elite publications during the James Byrd Jr. Murder. Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas (42)1.
  • Moody, M. (2011). Jon & Kate Plus 8: A case study of image repair, social media and the resulting media frames of celebrity divorce. Public Relations Review. (37)4, 405-414. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0363811111000749

Refereed Papers

  • Moody, M. & Fassih, L. (2016). Citizen Framing of Wendy Davis on Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest. Presented Southern States Communication Association Conference, Austin, Texas.
  • Moody-Ramirez, M., Nichols, C., Scott, LM., Lewis, T (2017). Singled and Singled Out: A Complicated Conversation, Texas Women in Higher Education Regional Meeting at Texas Tech University.
  • Moody-Ramirez (2016). Discourse Analysis of the Top Rachel Dolezal Internet Memes. 37th Annual Southwest Popular Culture/American Culture Associations Annual Conference, Albuquerque, N.M.
  • Moody-Ramirez, M. & Fassih, L. & Hernandez, M. (2015). Spanning the Decades: An Analysis of Monica Lewinsky's Image Restoration Strategies during a 2015 TED Talks Appearance. Presented ASAT Conference, Huntsville, Texas.
  • Moody-Ramirez, M. (2015). Discourse Analysis of the Top Rachel Dolezal Internet Memes. Presented ASAT Conference, Huntsville, Texas.
  • Moody-Ramirez, M., Lewis, T., Murray, B. (2015). The 2013 Steubenville rape case: An Examination of Framing in Newspapers and User-generated Content. Presented at 2014 SWECJMC Southwest Symposium, Denver.
  • Moody-Ramirez, M.& Fassih, L. (2015). Citizen Framing of Wendy Davis on Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest. Presented Southwest Education Council for Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Fort Worth, Texas.
  • Moody-Ramirez, M. & Scott, L. (2015). Millennial Audience Reception to the Depiction of Independent Women in Rap Music. The Entertainment Studies Interest Group, the 2015 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Francisco, Calif. *Top 4 Faculty Paper
  • Smith, C, Moody, M., Fears, L. & Randle, B. (2015). Citizen Framing of Ferguson in 2015: Visual Representations on Twitter and Tumblr. MAC Division at the 2015 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Francisco, Calif.
  • Tait, G., Moody, M., Fears, L., Smith, C, & Randle, B. (2015). Citizen Framing of Ferguson in 2015: Visual Representations on Facebook and Twitter. Visual Communication Division at the 2015 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Francisco, Calif.
  • Moody, M., Cole, H. (2015). He's a Lowlife who Deserved to Die vs. #BlackLivesMatter‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬: Citizen Framing on Twitter of African-American Males Killed by White Police Officers. MAC Division, the 2015 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Francisco, Calif.‬
  • Moody, M., Fassih, L. (2015). “The Wendy Davis 2014 Gubernatorial Campaign: Representations on Pinterest and Tumblr.” Commission on the Status of Women, the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Midwinter Conference, Norman, Okla. https://www.baylor.edu/journalism/news.php?action=story&story=154231 *Top Paper Abstract
  • Moody, M., Cole, H. (2015). He’s a Lowlife, He Deserved It: The use of the Victim-Blaming Frame in the Coverage of African American Males Murdered by Police Officers. MAC Division, the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Midwinter Conference, Norman, Okla.
  • Moody, M., Lewis, T., Murray, B. (2014). The 2013 Steubenville rape case: An Examination of Framing in Newspapers and User-generated Content. Presented at 2014 SWECJMC Southwest Symposium, Denver. https://blogs.baylor.edu/artsandsciences/2014/11/07/baylor-authored-journalism-paper-wins-regional-award/ *Top Paper
  • Burleson, C. & Moody (2014). Sixteen Ain’t So Sweet: Longitudinal Study of Jasper Texas. Presented ASAT Conference, Huntsville, Texas.
  • Mason, H. & Moody, M. (2014). The Use of Twitter in Sports Image Repair: A Case Study of Ex-Heisman Reggie Bush. Presented to Sports Interest Group at the 2014 AEJMC National Convention, Montreal.
  • Moody, M. & Garcia, S. (2014). Using Klout to Teach Online Influence and Social Networking Skills to PR, Advertising and New Media Majors. Presented to Internships and Careers Interest Group at the 2014 AEJMC National Convention, Montreal.
  • Neill, M. & Moody, M. (2014). Who is Responsible for What? Examining Strategic Roles in Social Media Management. Presented to Public Relations Division at the 2014 AEJMC National Convention, Montreal.
  • Burleson, C. & Moody, M. Brown, D. (2014). Sixteen Ain't So Sweet: Longitudinal Study of Jasper Texas. Presented to the Minorities and Communications Division at the 2013 AEJMC Midwinter Conference, Norman, Oklahoma.
  • Mason, H. & Moody, M. (2014). The Use of Twitter in Sports Image Repair: A Case Study of Ex-Heisman Reggie Bush. Presented to the Media Technology Division at the 2013 AEJMC Midwinter Conference, Norman, Oklahoma.
  • Moody, M. (2014). Representation of the Feminine Mystique on the Web: A Look at Pinterest Pins. Presented during the Commission on the Status of Women, Panel Session titled: Where the Women Are: Can creating safe spaces and media training programs even the gender gap in online media at the 2013 AEJMC Midwinter Conference, Norman, Oklahoma.
  • Burleson, C. & Moody, M., Brown, D. (2013). Longitudinal Study – Fifteen Years & Counting: Longitudinal Study of the Jasper Dragging Death. Presented at the 2013 American Studies Association of Texas Conference, Waco, Texas.
  • Moody, M., Stone, S., Green, M., Lewis, T., Murray, B. (2013). Mediating Society's Rape Culture in a New Media Environment: A Frame Analysis of the Steubenville High School Rape Case. Presented at the 2013 American Studies Association of Texas Conference, Waco, Texas.
  • Moody, M., Hamilton-Short, I. (2013). Guilty by Association: An Analysis of Shaunie O'Neal's Online/On-Air Image Restoration Tactics. Presented at the 2013 American Studies Association of Texas Conference, Waco, Texas.
  • Moody, M., Yuan, P., Yang, Y, (2013). Promotion and Tenure: Exploring the Guidelines of Journalism, Mass Communication and PR Departments in a Digital Era. Presented to the Internship and Careers Division at the 2013 AEJMC Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Moody, M., Beam, K. & Westenhover, C. (2013). Obama Facebook Hate groups. Presented to the Media Technology Division at the 2013 AEJMC Midwinter Conference, Norman, Oklahoma.
  • Moody, M., Cohen, L. & Fournon, C. (2013). Negativity in Twitter: How Politicians are Adapting to Social Media. Presented to the Media Technology Division at the 2013 AEJMC Midwinter Conference, Norman, Oklahoma.
  • Moody, M., Savanah Landerholm & Michelle Rava (2013). Fortune 500 Companies' Best Practices for Using Pinterest. Presented to the Media Technology Division at the 2013 AEJMC Midwinter Conference, Norman, Oklahoma.
  • Moody, M. & Bates, E. (2012). Best Practices for Incorporating SEO Tactics into PR Courses from a Constructivist Approach. Presented to the Technology Division at the 2012 AEJMC Conference, Chicago.
  • Bates, E. & Moody, M. (2012). Applying the Constructivist Approach to New Media PR Courses Presented to the Public Relations Division at the 2012 AEJMC Conference, Chicago. *Second place in design
  • Moody, M. (2011). A Critical Analysis of Facebook Hate Groups Targeting President Barack Obama. Presented to the Cultural and Critical Studies Division at the 2011 AEJMC conference, St. Louis.
  • Sturgill, A. & Moody, M. (2011). Differences in Editorial Coverage of Jeremiah Wright in the Minority and Mainstream Presses. Presented to the Minorities and Communication Division at the 2011 AEJMC conference, St. Louis.
  • Moody, M. (2011). Outbursts, Insults and the First Amendment: A Feminist and Critical. Presented to the Feminist Scholarship Division at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association (ICA), Boston.
  • Moody, M. & Foumena, J. (2011). Educating Young Adults on the "True" Meaning of an "Independent Woman:" An Analysis of Lyrics. Presented to the Children & Adolescent Media at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association (ICA), Boston.
  • Moody, M. N. & Brown, J. (2009). Not Ready to Play: An Analysis of Negativity in the News Releases of the 2007 Presidential Primary. Presented to the Public Relations Division at the 2009 annual AEJMC conference, Boston.
  • Moody, M. N. & Brown, J. (2009). Not Ready to Play: An Analysis of Negativity in the News Releases of the 2007 Presidential Primary. Presented to the Public Relations Division at the 2009 annual AEJMC conference, Boston.
  • Powell, C & Moody, M. (2009). The Changing Face of Politics: Social Networking During the 2007-08 Primaries and its Impact on Intellectual Property. Presented at the 2009 Conference on Intellectual Property, New Rochelle.
  • Moody, M. (2009). Not Ready to Play Nice: An Analysis of Negativity in the News Releases of 2007-2008 Primaries Presidential Candidates. Presented at the Power and Politics: Communication and Information 31st Annual Research Symposium College of Communication and Information. University of Tennessee, Nashville.
  • Pierce, R. & Moody, M. (2009). The Virginia Tech Shooting: Media Frames in Korean and American Newspapers. Presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Midwinter Conference. Norman, Oklahoma.
  • Moody, M. N. (2009). Race, Class, & Culture: Black and Mainstream Media's Framing of Missing Black and White Women in the Mid-2000s. Presented at the 2009 AEJMC Southeast Colloquium. University of Mississippi, Oxford.
  • Moody, M. N. (2009). The Media's Framing of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Presented at the Power and Politics: Communication and Information 31st Annual Research Symposium College of Communication and Information. University of Tennessee, Nashville.
  • Sturgill, A. & Moody, M. (2009). Coverage of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Scandal in Election 2008. Presented to the Religion Division at the 2009 AEJMC Conference, Boston.
  • Moody, M., Sturgill, A., Flemming, N., & Wood, L. (2008). Coverage of the Don Imus/Rutgers story: A Comparison of Mainstream and Minority Newspaper Coverage. Presented to the Minorities and Communication Division AEJMC Midwinter Conference at Point Park University, Pittsburgh.
  • Moody, M. & Baker, J. (2008). Analysis of Negativity in the News Releases of 2008 Primary Presidential Candidates. Presented at the 2008 AEJMC Midwinter Conference at Point Park University, Pittsburgh.
  • Moody, M., Dorries, B., Blackwell, H. (2008). The Invisible Damsel: Differences in How National Media Outlets Framed the Coverage of Missing Black and White Women in the Mid-2000s. Presented to the Ethnicity and Race Division at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Available online: https://www.allacademic.com/meta/p232099_index.html
  • Moody, M., Dorries, B., Blackwell, H., & Sutton, A. (2008). Missing Pretty Girl Syndrome: How Mainstream and Black Press Framed the Phenomena of Missing Women in the Mid-2000s. Presented to the Feminist Theory Division at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Available online: https://www.allacademic.com/meta/p234041_index.html *Top paper
  • Moody, M., Sturgill, A., Flemming, N., & Wood, L. (2007). Coverage of the Don Imus/Rutgers story: A Comparison of Mainstream and Minority Newspaper Coverage. Presented to the Minorities and Communication Division AEJMC Midwinter Conference at Point Park University, Pittsburgh.
  • Moody-Hall, M. (2005). The Tables Turned: A Study of Black Vs. Mainstream Press Framing of Racial Profiling Pre- and Post- Sept. 11. Presented at the 2005 International Communication Association Conference, New York.
  • Moody-Hall, M. (2002). European Vs. U.S. Newspaper Framing of the Middle Eastern Conflict Pre- and Post-Sept. 11. Presented to the International Studies Division at the 2002 AEJMC convention, Miami.
  • Sturgill, A., Huang, B., Moody-Hall, M. & Stuber, S. (2000). Use of the World Wide Web as a public relations tool by PR firms. Presented to the Technology and Policy Division at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Midwinter Conference, Denver.
  • Moody-Hall, M. (2005). The Tables Turned: A Study of Black Vs. Mainstream Press Framing of Racial Profiling Pre- and Post- Sept. 11. Presented at the 2005 International Communication Association (ICA) Conference, New York.
  • Sturgill, A., Huang, B., Moody-Hall, M. & Stuber, S. (2000). Use of the World Wide Web as a public relations tool by PR firms. Presented to the Technology and Policy Division at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Midwinter Conference, Denver.