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Jerrica Ty Rowlett

Doctoral Candidate

Office:
UCC3144

Education

  • M.A. Communication, Technology, and Society - Clemson University, May 2015
  • B.A. Communication and Media Studies - Georgetown College, May 2013

Research Interests

Social Media, Identity Management, Civic Engagement

Teaching Interests

Social Media, Gender and Communication, Global Media

Publications & Research

Publications:
  • Rowlett, J., & Harlow, S. (2018). Selfies and Sensationalism on the Campaign Trail: A Visual Analysis of Snapchat's Political Coverage. Visual Communication Quarterly25(2), 82-92.
  • Linvill, D. L., Rowlett, J. T., & Kolind, M. M. (2015). Academic institution: Higher education's use of Pinterest for relationship marketing. Journal of Relationship Marketing14(4), 287-300
Selected Conference Presentations:
  • Wiggins, B. E., Rowlett, J. T., & Tristano, M. (May 2018). Together on the construction of LGBTQ identity online using memes. Presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association (ICA), Prague, CZ, May 2018.
  • Rowlett, J. T. (November 2017). You can’t vote for Trump if you’re flat-chested: A critique of sexism used in Twitter hashtag #WomenForTrump. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Dallas, TX, 2017.
  • Rowlett, J. T. (November 2017). Sorry Libs, Not Today: An analysis of Twitter discourse following the Ohio State University Attack. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Dallas, TX, 2017.
  • Dennen, V. P., Rutledge, S. A., Bagdy, L. M., Rowlett, J.T., Burnick, S., Joyce, S. (July 2017). Context collapse and student social media networks: Where life and high school collide. Presented at the 8th International Conference on Social Media & Society, Toronto, ON.
  • Harlow, S., Rowlett, J. T., & Gonyea, L. K. (May 2017). “Kim Davis be like…”: A feminist critique of gender humor in online political memes. Competitive Paper Submission, Feminist Scholarship Division, International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.
  • Rowlett, J. T. (April 2017). #Thisiswhatafeministlookslike: An examination of individual and collective feminist identity construction through Instagram. Competitive Paper Submission, Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, San Diego, CA.
  • Rowlett, J.T. & Harlow, S. (2016, August). Selfies and sensationalism on the campaign trail: A visual analysis of Snapchat’s political coverage. Competitive Paper Submission, Visual Communication Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Minneapolis, MN.
  • Linvill, D. L., Rowlett, J. T., & Kolind, M. (2016, April). Academic pinstitution: Higher education’s use of Pinterest for relationship marketing. Competitive Paper Submission, Top Papers in Public Relations Panel, Southern States Communication Association (SSCA), Austin, TX.
  • Rowlett, J.T. (2016, March) Speed dating in the digital age: A analysis of Tinder dating profiles. Competitive Paper Submission, Panel Chair, Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (PCA/ACA), Seattle, WA.
  • Rowlett, J.T. (2015, April). Not-so-secret secrets: A look at how college students manage identity through the use of Collegefessions. Competitive Paper Submission, Panel Chair, Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (PCA/ACA), New Orleans, LA.

Grants & Awards

  • Outstanding Graduate Researcher Award - Florida State University, School of Communication, March 2018
  • Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award Nominee - Florida State University, January 2018
  • Michael Schoenecke Travel Grant - Popular Culture Association, April 2017
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year - Clemson University, May 2015
  • The Roger Bailey’s Outstanding Graduating Senior Award - Georgetown College, May 2013