All publications are available online and hyperlinked or will be hyperlinked below, when available.

Work in Progress

Peer-Reviewed Publications
Stein, K. Remixed and Reformatted, but Still the Same: Carcerality and COPSTV. Journal of Communication. (Under Review).

Stein, K. YOU BETTER WORK! Drag Queen Performativity and Visibility on #dragqueen
TikTok. Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture. (Forthcoming).

Stein, K., Yao, Y., Aitamurto, T. (2022). Examining Communicative Forms in TikTok Doctors’ Sexual Health Videos. International Journal of Communication. 16(2022), 1309-1331. [Electronic Version].

Psarras, E., Stein, K., Shah, P. (2021). “You’re not here for the right reasons!” From The Bachelorette to Instagram Influencer, Feminist Media Studies, 1-17. [Electronic Version]

Gray, K., Stein, K. (2021). “We ‘said her name’ and got zucked”: Black Women Calling-out the Carceral Logics of Digital Platforms. Gender and Society, 35(4), 538-545. [Electronic Version]

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. [Electronic Version]

Aitamurto, T., Stevenson Won, A., Sakshuwong, S., Kim, B., Sadeghi, Y., Stein, K., Royal, R., Kircos, C. (2021). From FOMO to JOMO: Examining the Fear and Joy of Missing Out and Presence in a 360° Video Viewing Experience. In Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’21). ACM. [Electronic Version]

Stein, K. (2016). The Taming of Homosexuality on the Popular Sitcom, Will & Grace. The Popular Culture Studies Journal, 4(1 & 2), 212-239. [Electronic Version]

Stein, K. (2016). Developing and Implementing a Flipped Classroom for Business Communication. The Journal for Research and Practice in College Teaching, 1(1). [Electronic Version]

Jennings, N., 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., Götz, M. (2016). What shapes myself. TELEVIZION, 29, 14-19. [Electronic Version]

Non-Refereed Publications
Stein, K. (September 28, 2020). “That is fiiiiiierce!” Drag Queen Culture on the Audiovisual Platform, TikTok. TikTok theme week, In Media Res. [Electronic Version]

Stein, K., Talbot, S. (2016). Identity, family, and the documentary I Am Leo. A conversation with Kez Margerie. TELEVIZION, 29, 31-32. [Electronic Version]

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, 36-37 [Electronic Version]

Book Reviews
Stein, K. (2022). Review of Design Justice Community-Led Practices to Build the Worlds We Need by Sasha Costanza-Chock, Communication Research Trends (CRT), 41(2), 17-19 [Electronic Version].

Stein, K. (2022). Review of #HashtagActivism: Netwoks of Race and Gender Justice by Sarah Jackson, Moya Bailey, and Brooke Foucault Welles, Television and New Media (TVNM) [Electronic Version].

Stein, K. (2022). Review of Custodians of the Internet: Platforms, Content Moderation, and the Hidden Decisions That Shape Social Media by Tarleton Gillespie, International Journal of Communication (IJoC) [Electronic Version]

Stein, K.
(2021). Review of How Artifacts Afford: The Power and Politics of Everyday Things by Jenny Davis, Communication Research Trends (CRT), 40(1), 36-37. [Electronic Version]

Stein, K. (2020). Review of Games Girls Play: Contexts of Girls and Video Games by Carolyn Cunningham, Communication Research Trends (CRT), 39(4), 36-38. [Electronic Version]