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  1. 1. Olympic Games- Reading List: Part two : Gender and the olympics,media and the olympics-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Media Coverage of the OlympicsBillings, Andrew C.Olympic media : inside the biggest show on televisionLondon : Routledge, 2007https://catalogue.lse.ac.uk/Record/1126306Burns, Michael EGold Medal Storytelling: NBCs Hegemonic Use of Olympic Athlete Narratives.Journal of the Communication, Speech & Theatre Association of North Dakota; 2009, Vol.22, p19-29Cermak, Iri.Seeing red : mediasport discourses of Soviet Olympic hockey /Seattle, WA : Canadian Studies Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies,University of Washington, 1997https://catalogue.lse.ac.uk/Record/544905Fangfang GaoPolitics/Nationalism Affect 2008 Olympics Coverage.Newspaper Research Journal; Fall2010, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p77-92Gong, JieRe-Imaging an Ancient, Emergent Superpower: 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, PublicMemory, and National Identity.Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies; Jun2012, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p191-214Han, LeLucky Cloud Over the World: The Journalistic Discourse of Nationalism beyond China inthe Beijing Olympics Global Torch Relay.Critical Studies in Media Communication; Oct2011, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p275-291
  2. 2. Housel, TeresaAustralian Nationalism and Globalization: Narratives of the Nation in the 2000 SydneyOlympics Opening Ceremony.Critical Studies in Media Communication; Dec2007, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p446-461Hua, MeiTan, AlexisMedia Reports of Olympic Success by Chinese and American Gold Medalists: CulturalDifferences in Causal Attribution.Mass Communication & Society; Jul2012, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p546-558Hutchins, BrettMikosza, JanineThe Web 2.0 Olympics.Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies; Aug2010, Vol. 16Issue 3, p279-297Larson, James F.Park, Heung-Soo.Global television and the politics of the Seoul Olympics /Boulder, Colo : Westview Press, 1993https://catalogue.lse.ac.uk/Record/93689Marshall, P.Walker, BeckyRusso, NicholasMediating the Olympics.Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies; Aug2010, Vol. 16Issue 3, p263-278Ning ZhangMirror Country: a Study of the National Image Elements in Foreign Media Reports--Caseof New York Times and The Times Report about the 2008 Olympic. (English)
  3. 3. ChineseChina Media Report Overseas; Oct2011, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p38-49Puijk, Roel.Global spotlights on Lillehammer : how the world viewed Norway during the 1994 winterolympics /Luton : John Libbey Media, 1996https://catalogue.lse.ac.uk/Record/139389Sugden, John PeterTomlinson, Alan.Watching the Olympics : politics, power and representation /London ; New York : Routledge, 2012https://catalogue.lse.ac.uk/Record/1311050Vitiello, GregHow Host Nations Use the Olympics to Burnish their Countrys Public Image.Television Quarterly; Spring/Summer2008, Vol. 38 Issue 3/4, p45-50Zaharopoulos, ThimiosThe News Framing of the 2004 Olympic Games.Mass Communication & Society; Spring2007, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p235-249Zhang, LinglingStereotypes of Chinese: Media Use and Olympic Games.China Media Research; Jul2011, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p64-71Gender and the OlympicsIncludes gender coverage on the mediaAngelini, James R.MacArthur, Paul J.Billings, Andrew CWhats The Gendered Story? Vancouvers Prime Time Olympic Glory on NBC.Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media; Apr2012, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p261-279
  4. 4. Angelini, James R.Billings, Andrew CAn Agenda That Sets the Frames: Gender, Language, and NBCs Americanized OlympicTelecast.Journal of Language & Social Psychology; Sep2010, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p363-385Billings, Andrew C.Clocking Gender Differences: Televised Olympic Clock Time in the 1996-2006 Summerand Winter Olympics.Television & New Media; Sep2008, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p429-441Billings, AndrewFrom Diving Boards to Pole Vaults: Gendered Athlete Portrayals in the "Big Four" Sportsat the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics.Southern Communication Journal; Sep2007, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p329-344Billings, AndrewAngelini, JamesDuke, AndreaGendered Profiles of Olympic History: Sportscaster Dialogue in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media; Jan2010, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p9-23Billings, AndrewBrown, Chelsea LThe Games Through the NBC Lens: Gender, Ethnic, and National Equity in the 2006Torino Winter Olympics.Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media; Jun2008, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p215-230,Daddario, GinaWomens sport and spectacle : gendered television coverage and the Olympic games/Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1998http://catalogue.lse.ac.uk/Record/533487Galily, Yair(Not) Higher, Stronger or Swifter: Representation of Female Olympic Athletes in the IsraeliPress.Journal of International Womens Studies; Jul2011, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p57-78,Greer, JenniferHardin, MarieHoman, Casey“Naturally” Less Exciting? Visual Production of Mens and Womens Track and FieldCoverage During the 2004 Olympics.Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media; Apr2009, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p173-189Li, HongmeiThe Gendered Performance at the Beijing Olympics: The Construction of the OlympicMisses and CheerleadersCommunication Theory (10503293); Nov2011, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p368-391
  5. 5. Li, HongmeThe Beijing Olympics and the Construction of Chinese Women.Conference Papers -- International Communication Association; 2009 Annual Meeting, p1-32Jones, DianneThe representation of female athletes in online images of successive Olympic Games.Pacific Journalism Review; Apr2006, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p108-129Jones, AmyGreer, JenniferGo “Heavy” or Go Home: An Examination of Audience Attitudes and Their Relationship toGender Cues in the 2010 Olympic Snowboarding Coverage.Mass Communication & Society; Jul2012, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p598-621Petca, AndraGraf, TimoBivolaru, ElizaGender Stereotypes in Olympic Online Visuals.Conference Papers -- International Communication Association; 2009 Annual Meeting, p1-31Poniatowski, Kelly“The More Things Change, the More They …”: Commentary During Womens Ice Hockeyat the 2010 Olympic Games.Mass Communication & Society; Jul2012, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p622-641, 20pReichart, LaurenBissell, KimNice Dig!: An Analysis of the Verbal and Visual Coverage of Mens and Womens BeachVolleyball During the 2008 Olympic Games.Conference Papers -- International Communication Association; 2009 Annual Meeting, p1-38Spears, George.Gender portrayal in English television coverage of the 1994 Olympic Games : researchconducted for Sport Canada, 1994 /Ottawa : Canadian Heritage, 1996https://catalogue.lse.ac.uk/Record/68571Winchester, AnneWomen’s participation in the 2012 summer OlympicsLesbian News; Jun2011, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p8-8Heather dawsonh.dawson@lse.ac.uk