Publications

 

Steinke, Jocelyn (2013), In Her Own Voice:  Identity Centrality and Perceptions of Workplace Climate in Blogs by Women Scientists, International Journal of Gender, Science, Technology, 5(1):26-51.

 

Steinke, Jocelyn (2013), Portrayals of Women Scientists in the Mass Media, International Companions to Media Studies Content and Representation Volume, edited by Sharon R. Mazzarella, Blackwell.

 

Steinke, Jocelyn; Applegate, Brooks; Lapinski, Maria; Ryan, Lisa; Long, Marilee (2012), Gender Differences in Adolescents’ Wishful Identification with Scientist Characters on Television, Science Communication,34(2):163-199.

 

Ryan, Lisa* and Steinke, Jocelyn (2010) "I want to be like … “Middle School Students' Identification with Scientists on Television, Science Scope, 34(1):44-49.

 

Long, Marilee; Steinke, Jocelyn; Applegate, Brooks; Knight Lapinski, Maria; Johnson, Marne Jo;* & Ghosh, Sayani* (2010).  Portrayals of male and female scientists in televised programs popular among middle school-age children, Science Communication: 356-38.

 

Steinke, Jocelyn; Lapinski, Maria Knight;Long, Marilee; VanDerMaas, Catherine;* Ryan Lisa; Applegate
(2009). Seeing Oneself as Scientist:  Media Influences and Adolescent Girls’ Science Career-Possible Selves, Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering,15(4):279-301

 

Steinke, Jocelyn; Lapinski, Maria; Crocker, Nikki, Zietsman-Thomas, Aletta; Williams, Yaschica; Higdon Evergreen, Stephanie; Kuchibhotla, Sarvani (2007) "Assessing Media Influences on Middle School-Aged Children's Perceptions of Women in Science Using the Draw-A-Scientist Text (DAST)." Science Communication 29(1):35-64.

 

Steinke, Jocelyn; Lapinski, Maria; Zietsman-Thomas, Aletta; Nwulu, Paul; Crocker, Nikki; Williams, Yaschica; Higdon, Stephanie; and Kuchibhotla, Sarvani (2007) "Middle School-Aged Children's Attitudes toward Women in Science, Engineering and Technology and the Effects of Media Literacy Training." Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering 12 (4):295-323.

 

Steinke, Jocelyn, (Sept. 2005), "Reinforcing Cultural Representations of Gender and Science: Portrayals of Women Scientists and Engineers in Popular Films," Science Communication, 27(1):27-63.

 

Steinke, Jocelyn (2004) "Science in Cyberspace: Science and engineering Web Sites for Girls," Public Understanding of Science, 13(1): 7-74.

 

Steinke, Jocelyn (1999) "Women Scientist Role Models on Screen: A Case Study of Contact," Science Communication 21(2): 111-136.

 

Steinke, Jocelyn (1997) "Portrait of a Woman as a Scientist: Breaking Down Barriers Created by Gender-Role Stereotypes," Public Understanding of Science 6: 1-20.

 

Long, Marilee and Steinke, Jocelyn (1996) "The Thrill of Everyday Science: Images of Science and Scientists on Children's Educational Science Programmes in the United States," Public Understanding of Science 5: 101-119.

 

Steinke, Jocelyn (1995) "Reaching Readers: Assessing Readers' Impressions Of Science News," Science Communication 16: 432-453.

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Dr. Jocelyn Steinke
School of Communication
Department in Gender and Women’s Studies
Western Michigan University
E-mail: jocelyn.steinke@wmich.edu

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