Publications Using ASMD

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  1. Eckert. S., Metzger, J., Steiner, L., Libarkin, J., Ouch, S., Moradi, B., Burdo, X., Buhl, L., Coy, M., 2020, #metoo mentions in U.S. news media coverage of academic sexual misconduct, International Communication Association Conference.
  2. Espinoza M, Hsiehchen D. Characteristics of Faculty Accused of Academic Sexual Misconduct in the Biomedical and Health Sciences. JAMA. 2020;323(15):1503–1505.
  3. *Eckert, S., Michienzi, J., Libarkin, J., Witkowski, M., Moradi, B., Coy, M., Steiner, L., 2019, Who broke it first? How news of sexual misconduct in US academia reaches the public: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) 2019.
  4. Cantalupo, Nancy Chi and Kidder, William, Systematic Prevention of a Serial Problem: Sexual Harassment and Bridging Core Concepts of Bakke in the #MeToo Era, 52 UC Davis Law Review 2349-2405 (2019), 
  5. Cantalupo, N. C., Kidder, W. C. (2018). A Systematic Look at a Serial Problem: Sexual Harassment of Students by University Faculty. Utah Law Review, 2018(3), 4.
  6. Included in the NASEM Report on Sexual Harassment of Women: