All publications are available online and hyperlinked or will be hyperlinked below, when available.
Work in Progress
Stein, K. (2022). YOU BETTER WORK! Drag Queen Performativity and Visibility on TikTok. Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture. (In Revision).
Stein, K., Yao, Y., Aitamurto, T. Examining Communicative Forms in TikTok Doctors’ Sexual Health Videos. International Journal of Communication. (In Revision).
Evie Psarras, Krysten Stein & Priya Shah (2021) “You’re not here for the right reasons!” From The Bachelorette to Instagram Influencer, Feminist Media Studies, DOI: 10.1080/14680777.2021.1984276
Gray, K., Stein, K. (2021). “We ‘said her name’ and got zucked”: Black Women Disrupting the Carceral Logics of Digital Platforms. Gender and Society, 35(4). https://doi.org/10.1177/08912432211029393
Stein, K. (2021). What Do TV, Rhetorical Analysis, and Black Men Living on The Down Low All Have in Common? The Oprah Winfrey Show. The Popular Culture Studies Journal, 9(1), 321-338.
ACM Reference Format: Tanja Aitamurto, Andrea Stevenson Won, Sukolsak Sakshuwong, Byungdoo Kim, Yasamin Sadeghi, Krysten Stein, Peter Royal, and Catherine Lynn Kircos. 2021. From FOMO to JOMO: Examining the Fear and Joy of Missing Out and Presence in a 360° Video Viewing Experience. In CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’21), May 8–13, 2021, Yokohama, Japan. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 14 pages. https://doi.org/10.1145/3411764.3445183
Jennings, N. with Gruber, F. Lahusen, S. Hildebrand, E. Koray, S. Elif Baykal, G. Gomez, P. Toro, Y. Klempin, A. Sirichotchumnarn, P. Warinnet, T. Talbot, S. Stein, K. and Götz, M. (2016). What shapes myself. TELEVIZION, 29, 14-19.
Stein, K. & Talbot, S. (2016). “When transgenderism isn’t a taboo, these children can more easily express themselves.” Transgender Youth, Children’s Rights, The Netherlands, and How Ky turned into Niels. A Conversation with Director Els Van Driel. TELEVIZION, 29, 31-32.
Stein, K. & Talbot, S. (2016). Identity, family, and the documentary I Am Leo. A conversation with Kez Margerie. TELEVIZION, 29, 36-37.
Stein, K. (forthcoming) Review of The Reality Game: How the Next Wave of Technology Will Break the Truth by Samuel C. Woolley, Communication Research Trends (CRT).
Stein, K. (forthcoming) Review of Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code by Ruha Benjamin, Communication Research Trends (CRT).
Stein, K. (forthcoming) Review of Design Justice, Community-Led Practices to Build the Worlds We Need by Sasha Costanza-Chock, Communication Research Trends (CRT).
Stein, K. (forthcoming) Review of The Cost of Connection: How Data is Colonizing Human Life and Appropriating it for Capitalism by Nick Couldry and Ulices Meijas, Communication Research Trends (CRT).
Stein, K. (forthcoming) Review of You Are Here: A Field Guide for Navigating Polarized Speech, Conspiracy Theories, and Our Polluted Media Landscape by Whitney Phillips and Ryan Milner, Communication Research Trends (CRT).