Dr. Albright’s new book – Left to Their Own Devices: How Digital Natives Are Reshaping the American Dream, is available now on presale, wherever books are sold, and:
Below is a list of currently published works:
Albright, J. & Andres, M. (2017). Because Choice: The Internet as “Other” in Personal Relationships. Quickies, New York: Norton.
Albight, J. (2017). Postmodernism and Post-Structuralism. In Encylopedia of Sociology.
Albright, J. & Simmens, E. (2014). Flirting, cheating, dating and mating in a virtual world. Oxford Handbook of Virtuality. London: Oxford University Press.
Albright, J. M. (2013). Porn 2.0: The libidinal economy and the consumption of desire in the digital age. Transformative Consumer Research for Personal and Collective Well-Being. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.
Hall, J., Cody, C. Carter, S. & Albright, J. (2010). Individual differences in the communication of romantic interest: Development of a flirting scale online. Communication Quarterly.
Jung, Y., McLaughlin, M. & Albright, J. (2009). “Seniors enrollment in a cyber café: Internet training and ethnic differences.” Educational Gerontology.
Albright, J. (2008). “Impossible Bodies: A comparison of TV viewing habits, body image and plastic surgery attitudes amongst college students in Los Angeles and Buffalo, New York.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science and Technology.
Albright, J. (2008) “Sex in America Online: Sex, gender, sexual identity, marital status and sex-seeking on the Internet.” Journal of Sex Research.
Albright, Julie. (2007). “How do I love thee and thee and thee: Impression management, deception and multiple relationships online. In M. Whitty (Ed.), Online Matching. London: Palgrave
Cody, M., Hall, J., Albright, J. & Flesh, J. (2007). “How to flirt: What communication research tells us about the dynamics of flirting.” In M. Motley (Ed.) Studies in Applied Interpersonal Communication. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Albright, Julie. (2007). “Postmodernism.” In George S. Ritzer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sociology. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Albright, Julie. (2005). “Lolita Online: Sex and under-aged smoking on the Internet.” International Journal of Critical Psychology, June.
Albright, Julie & Conran, Tom (2003). “Desire, love and betrayal: Constructing and deconstructing intimacy online.” Journal of Systemic Therapies.
Albright, Julie (2001). “Women and Computing.” Feminist Encylopedia, London: Routledge.
Albright, Julie. (1997). “Walking the Web: A review of websites for women and computing.” In Feminist Collections.
Albright, Julie (1996). “Cyborg Cultural Politics in the Age of Hypertext,” Proceedings of the 13th Annual European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research.
Assistant Producer, Film:
Made Over in America (2007). Bernadette Weigenstein and Allan Rhodes, Producers. Distributed by First Run/ Icarus Films. On plastic surgery and makeover culture.
Articles in Review:
Albright, J., Carter, S. “The myth of the siren’s song: Gendered sexual scripts in online courtship.” In review – Sex Roles.
Jordan-Marsh, M., McLaughlin, M.L., Peng, W., Jung, Y., Silverstein, M., Cody, M., Albright, J. & Jin, S. “Crossing the digital divide: Issues in bringing the oldest old online.”
Schumatte, M., Miller, L., Albright, J., Appleby, R. “Which Change Begets Change? Modeling Risky Behavior Change as the Result of an HIV Prevention Intervention.”