Martinez, A. R. (2017). Intersectionality, Voz, & Agency: A Culture-Centered Approach to Understanding U.S.-born Mexican Americans’ Depression Experiences. Southern Communication Journal.
Martinez, A. R. (2017). The Kaleidoscope of Gender: Prisms, Patterns, and Possibilities. [Review of the book The Kaleidoscope of Gender: Prisms, Patterns, and Possibilities]. Teaching Sociology.
Martinez, A. R. (2017). Monstrosities in the 2016 Presidential Election and Beyond: Centering Nepantla and Intersectional Feminist Activism. Women’s Studies in Communication, 40(2).
Martinez, A. R. & Hernandez, L. H. (2017). Latina/o communication studies. In M. Allen (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of communication research methods.
Ramasubramanian, S. & Martinez, A. R. (2016). News Framing of Obama, Racialized Scrutiny, and Symbolic Racism. The Howard Journal of Communications, 28(1), 36-54.
*This is the leading journal in the field for research on race, ethnicity, and culture.
Martinez, A. R. (2016). Undocumented students. In A. Huerta, N. Iglesias, & D. Brown (Eds.), People of Color in the United States: Contemporary Issues in Education, Work, Communities, Health, and Immigration. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Greenwood Press.
*Named by Library Journal as one of the Best Reference Books of 2016.
Martinez, A. R., & Ramasubramanian, S. (2015). Latino Audiences, Racial/Ethnic Identification, and Responses to Stereotypical Comedy. Mass Communication & Society, 18(2), 209-229. doi:10.1080/15205436.2014.907427
Martinez, A. R. & Gutierrez-Perez, R. (2015). Are we post-post-race yet? Moving beyond the black-white binary toward a mestiza/o consciousness. In K. Fasching-Varner, & N. D. Hartlep (Eds.). The Assault on Communities of Color: Reactions and Responses from the Academy. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
*Peer-reviewed; 140+ submissions, 40 selected.
Martinez, A. R. (2015). Mexican American men, machismo, & mental health: Cultural shifts in perceptions of depression. In M. Brann (Ed.), Contemporary case studies in health communication: Theoretical & applied approaches. 2nd Ed. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.
*Peer-reviewed; 32 submissions, 15 selected.
Martinez, A. R. & Miller, L. J. (2014) (Eds.) Gender in a Transitional Era: Changes and Challenges. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. *See pg. 8 of this newsletter for a review of the book.
Martinez, A. R. (2014). Savvy and susceptible: Diverse American women discuss beauty, body image, and identity in media. In A. R. Martinez & L. J. Miller (Eds.), Gender in a Transitional Era: Changes and Challenges. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Martinez, A. R. (2014). Redefining Rape: Sexual Violence in the Era of Suffrage and Segregation. [Review of the book Redefining Rape: Sexual Violence in the Era of Suffrage and Segregation, by Estelle B. Freedman]. The Journal of Race and Policy, 10(1), 111-115.
Martinez, A. R. (2014). Life cycle perspectives in Chicano/a mental health. [Review of the book Chicana and Chicano Mental Health: Alma, Mente y Corazon, by Yvette G. Flores]. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 36(1), 105-108.
Cosgriff-Hernández, K.-K., Martinez, A. R., Sharf, B.F., & Sharkey, J.R. (2011). “We still had to have tortillas”: Negotiating health, culture and change in the Mexican American diet. In J. M. Cramer, C. P. Greene, & L. M. Walters (Eds.), Food as communication/communication as food. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
Egbert, N., Query, J. L., Quinlan, M. M., Savery, C. A., & Martinez, A. R. (2011). (Re)viewing health communication and related interdisciplinary curricula: Towards a transdisciplinary perspective. In T. L. Thompson, R. Parrott, & J. F. Nussbaum (Eds.), Handbook of health communication (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.
Brann, M., Bobkowski, P., Martinez, A. R., & Rudick, C. K., (2011). Exploring health communication and case study pedagogy. In M. Brann (Ed.), Contemporary case studies in health communication: Theoretical & applied approaches. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.
Dean, W. R., Sharkey, J. R., Cosgriff-Hernández, K. K., Martinez, A. R., Ribardo, J., & Diaz-Puentes, C. (2010). “I can say that we were healthy and unhealthy”: The ambivalent role of tradition in the stages of food choice. Food, Culture and Society. 13(4), 573-594. doi: 10.2752/175174410X12793504246377
Book chapter: Martinez, A. R. & Hernandez, L. H. A Chicana Collaborative: Institutional Intentions and Interpersonal Microaggressions.
*Chapter accepted to a collaborative book project aimed to serve as informal mentorship for Latinas in higher education.
Edited Book: Editors: Hernandez, L. H., Bowen, D., Martinez, A. R., & De Los Santos Upton, S. Latina/o Communication Studies: Theories, Methods, and Practice.
*The co-edited book is under contract with Lexington Books, January 4, 2017.
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