Framing & Media Sociology

Publications

Shahin, S. (2016). Framing ‘bad news’: Culpability and innocence in news coverage of tragedies. Journalism Practice, 10(5), 645-662. doi: 10.1080/17512786.2015.1044556

Shahin, S. (2016). The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Muslim: Media representations of ‘Islamic punk’ through a postcolonial lens. In J. Smith & B. K. Thakore (Eds.), Race and Contention in Twenty-First Century U.S. Media (pp. 214-230). New York: Routledge.

Shahin, S. (2015). News framing as identity performance: Religion versus race in the American-Muslim press. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 39(4), 338–356.Special issue: Religion, Media, and Culture. doi: 10.1177/0196859915575740

Shahin, S. (2015). Unveiling the American-Muslim press: News agendas, frames, and functions. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 16(7), 884–903. doi: 10.1177/1464884914545376

Conference Papers & Presentations

Jung, H. & Shahin, S. (2017, May). Music on the Orient Express: Postcolonial readings of U.S. media coverage of Korean and Indian popular culture. Selected for presentation at the ICA annual conference (Popular Communication Division), San Diego.

Shahin, S. (2015, May). Framing ‘bad news’: Culpability and innocence in news coverage of tragedies. Presented at the ICA conference (Journalism Studies Division), San Juan.

Shahin, S. (2014, May). News making as identity work: How religion and race compete in the American-Muslim press. Presented at the ICA annual conference (Ethnicity and Race in Communication Division), Seattle. *Top Student Paper Award.

Shahin, S. (2014, May). Taqwacore in the news: Representations of Muslim punk rock culture in American, British, and ethnic press. Presented as part of a panel on ‘South Asian diaspora, racialization, and popular culture’ at the ICA annual conference (Ethnicity and Race in Communication Division), Seattle.

Shahin, S. (2013, August). Unveiling the American-Muslim press: News agendas and frames in Islamic Horizons and Muslim Journal. Presented at the AEJMC annual conference (Minorities and Communication Division), Washington, D.C. *Top Student Paper Award.

Shahin, S., Saldaña, M. & Gil de Zúñiga, H. (2013, August). The peripheral elaboration model: How incidental news exposure predicts political participation. Presented at the AEJMC annual conference (Communication Theory and Methodology Division), Washington, D.C. *Top Paper (Open Competition) Award.

Shahin, S. (2013, May). Hymn of the hyphens: Construction of American-Muslim identity in taqwacore songs. Presented at the ICA annual conference (Ethnicity and Race in Communication Division), London. *Top Student Paper Award.

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