Publications

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Madison, N. & Klang, M. (Eds.) (2019). Digital Resistance: The Case for Everyday Activism. [Special Issue]. Journal of Resistance Studies, 2(5): 5-11.

Madison, N. & Klang, M. (2019). Recognizing Everyday Activism: Understanding Resistance to Facial Recognition. Journal of Resistance Studies, 2(5): 97-113.

Klang, M. & Madison, N.  (2018). Vigilantism or Outrage: An Exploration of Policing Social Norms Through Social Media. In Vanacker & Heider (Eds.) Ethics for a Digital Age. Peter Lang Publishing.

Madison, N. (2018). Representing Bisexuality in the Digital Age. In Nixon & Düsterhöft (Eds.) Sex in the Digital Age. NY: Routlege.

Madison, N. (2017). The Bisexual Seen: Countering Media MisrepresentationM/C Journal. 20(4).

Klang, M., and Madison, N. (2016). The Domestication of Online ActivismFirst Monday.  21(6). doi:10.5210/fm.v21i6.6790

Madison, N. (2016). Technologies of Visibility. (Dissertation)

Shumar, W., and Madison, N. (2013). Ethnography in a Virtual World. Ethnography and Education. 8(2): 255-272.

Phipps, E., Madison, N., Pomerantz, S., Klein, M. (2010). Identifying and assessing interests and concerns of priority populations for work-site programs to promote physical activity. Health Promotion Practice. 11(1): 71-8.

Phipps, E., Madison, N., Polansky, M., Tester, W. (2008). The importance of patient participation in second-line chemotherapy decisions: Perspectives of African American patients. J National Medical Association. 100(12): 1434-40.

Phipps, E., Quinn, J., Madison, N., Ackler, J., Pomerantz, S., Tester, W. (2005). Patient and industry barriers to pain control in low income cancer patients. Issues in Clinical Oncology. November/December: 36-39.

Phipps, E., Harris, D., Braitman, L., Tester, W., Madison, N., True, G. (2005). Who enrolls in observational end of life research? Report from the Cultural Variations in Approaches to End of Life Study (CVAS). J Palliative Med. 8(1): 115-20.

Madison, N., and Church, J. (2003). Are you a ‘real’ female? Gender and authenticity in Asheron’s Call. In R.A. Lind (Ed.), Race/Gender/Media: Considering Diversity Across Audiences, Content and Producers. (p 315-322) New York: Pearson Education.