Scholarly Publications

Peer Review Journals

Aguayo, Angela J. (Spring 2016, accepted) The Bodies That Push the Buttons Matter: Digital Rhetoric as a form of Communicative Agency in Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing and Culture

Aguayo, Angela J. (Winter 2014-2015) “Activist Street Tapes and Protest Pornography: Participatory Media Culture in the Age of Digital Reproduction” in Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, 56

Aguayo, Angela J. (2013) “Paradise Lost and Found: Popular Documentary, Collective Identity and Participatory Media Culture” in Studies in Documentary Film, 7.3

Aguayo, Angela J. and Stacy Jill Calvert (2013) “(Re)capturing Womanhood: Perspectives and Portraits Through Mobile Photography in Visual Communication Quarterly, 20.3.

Book Chapters

Aguayo, Angela J. (2014). “Oral History as Counter Memory: Archiving and Documenting Rural Civil Rights History as a Means to Social Change” in Documenting the Black Experience Ed. William Novotny Lawrence. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland Press.

Aguayo, Angela J. (2010) “New Media and Activism” in The Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media Ed. John D H Downing. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

 Aguayo, Angela J. (2007) “The Re-visioned American Dream: The Wildlife Documentary Form as Conservative Nostalgia.” In Uncovering Hidden Rhetorics Ed. Barry Brummett. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Aguayo, Angela J. “Professional Argumentation.” In Professional Communication Skills Eds. A.M. Young and John Daly. Indianapolis, IN: Pearson, 2007.

Aguayo, Angela J. “Activist Filmmaking” In The Encyclopedia of Documentary Film Ed. Dr. Ian Aiken. London: Routledge, 2005.

Other Publications

Aguayo, Angela. “Obama 2016: Political Documentary in the Age of the Public IntellectualGateway Journalism Review, November 2012

 

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