RESEARCH

Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

Selected Publications

Reed, S. (2019). Who is to blame? An examination of American sports journalists’ Lance Armstrong Hero narrative and post-doping confession paradigm repair. Journal of Sports Media, 14(2), 67-91.

Reed, S., & Harrison, G. (2019) "Insider Dope" and NBA trade coverage: A case study of unnamed sourcing in sports journalism. International Journal of Sport Communication, 12(3), 419-430.

Reed, S. (2018) Practice makes perfect? A longitudinal study of experiential learning in sports journalism. Teaching Journalism & Mass Communication, 8(2), 38-46.

Reed, S. (2018). Boosters or watchdogs? American sports journalists’ perception of their professional roles. Journal of Emerging Sport Studies, 1(1).

 

Reed, S. (2018). “I’m not a fan. I’m a journalist”: Measuring American sports journalists’ sports enthusiasm. Journal of Sports Media, 13(1), 27-47.

Reed, S. (2018). Paradigm repair and the hero myth in sports journalism: An analysis of Lance Armstrong coverage. In T. Rentner & D. Burns (Eds.), Case Studies in Sport Communication: You Make the Call. Routledge: New York. 

 

Reed, S. (2015). Four Areas of Collegiate Student-Athlete Privacy Invasion. Communication & Sport, 3(3), 348-363.

 

Reed, S., & Hansen, K. A. (2013). Social Media’s Influence on American Sports Journalists’ Perception of Gatekeeping. International Journal of Sport Communication, 6(4), 373-383.

 

Reed, S. (2013). American Sports Writers’ Social Media Use and its Influence on Professionalism. Journalism Practice, 7(5), 555-571.

 

Reed, S. (2011). Sports Journalists’ Use of Social Media and its Effects on Professionalism. Journal of Sports Media, 6(2), 43-64.