Selected Publications and Presentations

Marcus, S. R. (2017, February). “Do you know your APA?  Writing tips and review.”Rutgers University, Department of Library and Information Science, New Brunswick, NJ

Marcus, S. R. (2016, November). “Deconstructing data: The mobile dating case.”  New York University’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York, NY

Marcus, S. R. (2016, November).  “Gender, tech and online dating.”   Rutgers University, Department of Library and Information Science, New Brunswick, NJ

Marcus, S. R. (2016, November). “Mapping out the affordances of mobile dating apps.”  Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, November 10-13.*Top Paper Award Received

Kaskazi, A. Marcus, S. R., & Kristensen, T. (2016, November). “‘Think before you post’: Evaluating university policies for personal social media use.”  Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, November 10-13

Marcus, S. R. (2016). A picture is worth 1,000 words: Using Instagram as a tool for international adjustment. Manuscript submitted for publication

Marcus, S. r. (2016, June). “Swipe to the right: Exploring self-presentation in the context of mobile dating apps.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Communication Association Convention, June 9-13

Marcus, S. R. (2016, June). “Presenting ourselves into being: Exploring social media use and self-concept change for adolescents.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Communication Association Convention, June 9-13

Marcus, S. R. (2016). Thinspiration vs. thicksperation: Comparing pro-anorexic and fat acceptance image posts on a photo-sharing site. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 10(2). doi: 10.5817/CP2016-2-5

Marcus, S. R. (2016, June). “Thinsperation vs. thicksperation: Comparing pro-anorexic and fat acceptance image posts on photo-sharing sites.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Communication Association Convention, June 9-13

Marcus, S. R. (2015, November). “Visualizing audiences: A comparison of self-presentation across Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.” Paper presented at the 2015 National Communication Association Convention, November 19-22

Marcus, S. R. (2015, November). “A picture is worth 1,000 words: Using Instagram as a tool for international adjustment.” Paper presented at the 2015 National Communication Association Convention, November 19-22

Marcus, S. R. (2015, November). “Pinterest and collective femininity: Exploring female connection through ideologies and inspiration.” Paper presented at the 2015 National Communication Association Convention, November 19-22 

Marcus, S. R. (2015, November).  “Insta-relationship: Assessing the performance of romance on photo-sharing applications.” Paper presented at the 2015 National Communication Association Convention, November 19-22

Marcus, S. R. (2015, October). “Understanding qualitative data analysis on social network sites.” New York University’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York, NY

Marcus, S. R. (2015, September). “Why women love Pinterest: A case study of gender, technology and community identity.” New Criticals. Retrieved from http://www.newcriticals.com/why-women-love-pinterest-a-case-study-of-gender-technology-and-community-id

Marcus, S. R. (2015, August). “Leaning in, while leaning back: Assessing gender roles in the mediated landscape of LinkedIn.com.” Paper presented at the 2015 American Sociological Association Annual Meeting Preconference, Chicago, IL

Marcus, S. R. (2015, May). “‘Picturing’ ourselves into being: Assessing identity, sociality and visuality on Instagram.” Paper presented at the 2015 International Communication Association Convention, San Juan, PR

Marcus, S. R. (2015, April). “Social judgement theory and reactance theory: Youth rebellion, social identity and social network sites.” Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information, New Brunswick, NJ

Marcus, S. R. (2015). Do people ‘like’ me? Assessing social media’s ‘like’ button and its impact on self-esteem. In I. Arapakis, I. Lopatovska, H. O’Brien (Eds.), On the Role of Engagement in Human Information Interaction: From Research to Implementation. Paper presented at iConference 2015, Newport Beach, CA, 24-27 March (pp. 7-11). Urbana-Champaign, IL: iSchools

Marcus, S. R. (2014). Online dating profile analysis: The intersection of identity, gender and religion. Proceedings of the New York State Communication Association, 2013 (Article 8)

Marcus, S. R. (2013). Seeing the world through rose colored filters: Instagram and tourism in 2013. Interventions: The Online Journal of Columbia University’s Graduate Program in Modern Art, Critical and Curatorial Studies, 3 (1)

Marcus, S. R. (2015, October). “Impression management, ‘face wants’ and SIDE theory on social media.” Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information, New Brunswick, NJ 

Marcus, S. R. (2014, September). “Doing gender on social media.” New York University’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York, NY 

Marcus, S. R. (2014, April). “Assessing ‘face-work’ on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.” Paper presented at the New York University Sociology Conference, New York, NY

Marcus, S. R. (2013, October). “Online dating profile analysis: The intersection of identity, gender and religion on Jdate.com, Christianmingle.com and Okcupid.com.” Paper presented at the 71st annual NYSCA convention, Ellenville, NY

Marcus, S. R. (2013, October). “Roles, relations and love: In-person and online.” Panel presented at the 71st annual NYSCA convention, Ellenville, NY

Marcus, S. R. (2013, October). “Studying gender and culture online.” New York University’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York, NY 

Upcoming appearances: 

67th International Communication Association conference (San Diego, CA), several guest lectures during the Spring semester; More to be announced soon.

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