Mia Moody-Ramirez, Ph.D.
Mia Moody-Ramirez, Ph.D.
Professor of Journalism, Baylor University
Verified email at baylor.edu - Homepage
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Teaching Twitter and beyond: Tips for incorporating social media in traditional courses
M Moody
Journal of Magazine Media 11 (2), 2010
962010
Jon and Kate Plus 8: A case study of social media and image repair tactics
M Moody
Public Relations Review 37 (4), 405-414, 2011
762011
Who is responsible for what? Examining strategic roles in social media management
MS Neill, M Moody
Public Relations Review 41 (1), 109-118, 2015
602015
Analysis of Facebook meme groups used during the 2016 US presidential election
M Moody-Ramirez, AB Church
Social Media+ Society 5 (1), 2056305118808799, 2019
342019
Gender and Black Feminist Theory: Examining Difference
CP Campbell
The Routledge Companion to Media and Race, 2016
29*2016
A rhetorical analysis of the meaning of the “independent woman” in the lyrics and videos of male and female rappers
M Moody
172011
Victim blaming in Twitter users’ framing of Eric Garner and Michael Brown
M Moody-Ramirez, H Cole
Journal of Black studies 49 (4), 383-407, 2018
162018
The 2013 Steubenville Rape Case: An Examination of Framing in Newspapers and User-generated Content.
M Moody-Ramirez, T Lewis, B Murray
Southwestern Mass Communication Journal 30 (2), 2015
162015
From Jezebel to Ho: An Analysis of Creative and Imaginative Shared Representations of African-American Women
M Moody
Journal of Research on Women and Gender 4, 2012
162012
PR students’ perceptions and readiness for using search engine optimization
M Moody, E Bates
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 68 (2), 166-180, 2013
142013
The Obamas and mass media: Race, gender, religion, and politics
J Dates, M Moody-Ramirez
Springer, 2013
13*2013
Black and Mainstream Press' Framing of Racial Profiling: A Historical Perspective
MN Moody
University Press of America, 2008
122008
Using service-based, collaborative teaching in journalism courses
M Moody, C Burleson
Teaching Journalism and Mass Communication 3 (2), 2013
112013
How National Media Framed Coverage of Missing Black and White Women.
H Moody, M., Dorries, B., & Blackwell
Media Report To Women 37 (4), 12-18, 2009
112009
Negativity in a Twitter age: How politicians are adapting to social media
M Moody, L Cohen, C Fournon
Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism 3 (151), 2, 2013
92013
New Media-Same Steoerotypes: An Analysis of Social Media Depicitions of President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama
M Moody
Journal of New Media and Culture, 2012
92012
From blackface to Black twitter: Reflections on Black humor, race, politics, & gender
JL Dates, MM Ramirez
Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers, 2018
82018
Citizen framing of# Ferguson on Twitter
M Moody-Ramirez, GB Tait, C Smith, L Fears, B Randle
The Journal of Social Media in Society 5 (3), 37-69, 2016
72016
The meaning of" Independent Woman" in music
M Moody
ETC: A Review of General Semantics 68 (2), 187-198, 2011
72011
The invisible damsel: Differences in how national media outlets framed the coverage of missing black and white women in the mid-2000s
MN Moody, B Dorries, H Blackwell
Annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Montreal …, 2008
72008
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