|University of Pennsylvania||Communication||PhD|
|University of Pennsylvania||Communication||MA|
|Pennsylvania State University||Communications, Advertising||BA, Hnrs|
Brooke Duffy is an Assistant Professor in Temple University’s Department of Advertising and a faculty member in the School of Media and Communication’s Media & Communication doctoral program. Her research interests include media industries, digital convergence, gender/feminist studies of media, and advertising and consumer culture.
Publications and Lectures
Duffy, B. E. (in press). Remake, remodel: Women’s magazines in the digital age. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, forthcoming November 2013.
Duffy, B. E., & Turow, J. (Eds.). (2009). Key readings in media today: Mass communication in contexts. New York, NY: Routledge.
Articles and Book Chapters
Duffy, B. E. (forthcoming). Link love and comment karma: Norms and politics of evaluation in the fashion blogosphere. In H. C. Suhr (Eds.) Online evaluation of creativity and the arts, under contract with Routledge.
Duffy, B. E. (2013). Manufacturing authenticity: The rhetoric of ‘real’ in women’s magazines. The Communication Review, 16(3), 132-154.
Duffy, B. E. (2013). The new ‘real women’ of advertising: Subjects, experts and producers in the interactive era. In M. McAllister & E. West, (Eds.) The Routledge companion to advertising and promotional culture (pp. 223-236). New York: Routledge.
Duffy, B. E., Liss-Mariño, T., and Sender, K. (2011). Television depictions of the creative industries: Peeking behind the gilt curtain. Communication, Culture, & Critique, 4(3), 275–292.
Duffy, B. E. (2010). Empowerment through endorsement? Polysemic meaning in Dove’s user-generated advertising. Communication, Culture, & Critique, 3(1), 26-43.
Duffy, B. E. (2009). Shopping with friends you’ve never met: Social shopping in the age of e-tailing.Rocky Mountain Communication Review, 6(1), 92-97.
Duffy, B. E. (2008). Time ahead: Digital challenges facing print magazines. In B. E. Duffy & J. Turow, (Eds.) Key readings in media today: Mass communication in contexts (pp. 160-165). New York: Routledge.