Franklin Yartey's Research

Communication Department Head, Associate Professor of Communication


Citizen Journalism and Emerging Perspectives on Conflict Transformation.
Citizen Journalism and Emerging Perspectives on Conflict Transformation.
Musa, B.A, & Yartey, F.N.A. “Citizen Journalism and Emerging Perspectives on Conflict Transformation.” In From Twitter to Tahrir Square: Ethics in Social and New Media Communication. Vol. 1, edited by B.A. Musa & J. Willis, 251-264. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2014.
Digital Subaltern 2.0: Communicating with, Financing and Producing the Other through Social Media.
Digital Subaltern 2.0: Communicating with, Financing and Producing the Other through Social Media.
Gajjala, R., Tetteh, D., & Yartey, Franklin N.A. “Digital Subaltern 2.0: Communicating with, Financing and Producing the Other through Social Media.” In Communicating Colonialism: Readings on Postcolonial Theory(s) and Communication, edited by R.L. Schwartz-DuPre, 246-259. New York: Peter Lang, 2014.
Digitizing Third World Bodies: Communicating Race, Identity, and Gender through Online Microfinance /A Visual Analysis.
Digitizing Third World Bodies: Communicating Race, Identity, and Gender through Online Microfinance /A Visual Analysis.
Yartey, Franklin. “Digitizing Third World Bodies: Communicating Race, Identity, and Gender through Online Microfinance /A Visual Analysis.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, 2012.
Jealousy in India and the United States: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Three Dimensions of Jealousy.
Jealousy in India and the United States: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Three Dimensions of Jealousy.
Croucher, S.M., DeMaris, A., Oyer, B., Yartey, Franklin, & Ziberi, L. “Jealousy in India and the United States: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Three Dimensions of Jealousy.” Human Communication 15, no. 2 (2012):139-158.
Kente Cloth and Adinkra in the Global Market.
Kente Cloth and Adinkra in the Global Market.
Yamaguchi, P., & Yartey, F N.A. “Kente Cloth and Adinkra in the Global Market.” In Cyberculture and the Subaltern: Weavings of the Virtual and Real, edited by R. Gajjala, 135-153. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2013.
Layered Literacies and Nuanced Identities: Placing Praxis from MOO Space to Secondlife.
Layered Literacies and Nuanced Identities: Placing Praxis from MOO Space to Secondlife.
Gajjala, R., McComas, S., Yartey, Franklin., Birzescu, A., Sloane, H., & Zang, Y. “Layered Literacies and Nuanced Identities: Placing Praxis from MOO Space to Secondlife.” In Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition, edited by S. Collingwood, A. Quintana, & C. Smith, 297-313. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.
Like, Share, Recommend: Smartphones as a Self-Broadcast and Self-Promotion Medium of College Students.
Like, Share, Recommend: Smartphones as a Self-Broadcast and Self-Promotion Medium of College Students.
Yartey, F.N.A., & Ha, L. “Like, Share, Recommend: Smartphones as a Self-Broadcast and Self-Promotion Medium of College Students.” International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction 9, no. 4 (2013): 26-46.
Like, Share, Recommend: Smartphones as a Self-Broadcast and Self-Promotion Medium of College Students.
Like, Share, Recommend: Smartphones as a Self-Broadcast and Self-Promotion Medium of College Students.
Yartey, F.N.A., & Ha, L. “Like, Share, Recommend: Smartphones as a Self-Broadcast and Self-Promotion Medium of College Students.” In Digital Arts and Entertainment: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, edited by the Information Resources Management Association (USA), 126-149. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Media Economics and Moral Imagination in the New Mediascape.
Media Economics and Moral Imagination in the New Mediascape.
Musa, B.A, & Yartey, F.N.A. “Media Economics and Moral Imagination in the New Mediascape.” In From Twitter to Tahrir Square: Ethics in Social and New Media Communication. Vol. 1, edited by B.A. Musa & J. Willis, 87-103. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2014.
Microfinance, Digital Media and Social Change: A Visual Analysis of Kiva.org.
Microfinance, Digital Media and Social Change: A Visual Analysis of Kiva.org.
Yartey, Franklin N.A. “Microfinance, Digital Media and Social Change: A Visual Analysis of Kiva.org.” C&SC: Communication & Social Change 1, no. 1 (2013): 63-89.
Philanthropist or Investor? Micro-Lending to the Other.
Philanthropist or Investor? Micro-Lending to the Other.
Gajjala, R., Birszescu, A., & Yartey, Franklin N.A. “Philanthropist or Investor? Micro-Lending to the Other.” In Cyberculture and the Subaltern: Weavings of the Virtual and Real, edited by R. Gajjala, 71-92. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2013.
Pinning Images of Race, Solidarity, and Dissent in the Trayvon Martin Case: A Critical Analysis.
Pinning Images of Race, Solidarity, and Dissent in the Trayvon Martin Case: A Critical Analysis.
Yartey, Franklin N.A. “Pinning Images of Race, Solidarity, and Dissent in the Trayvon Martin Case: A Critical Analysis.” Paper presented at the Tenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 21-24, 2014.
Producing the Global: Microfinance Online.
Producing the Global: Microfinance Online.
Gajjala, R., Yartey, F.N.A., & Birzescu, A. “Producing the Global: Microfinance Online.” In Cyberculture and the Subaltern: Weavings of the Virtual and Real, edited by R. Gajjala, 35-70. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2013.
Race, Solidarity, and Dissent in the Trayvon Martin Case: A Critical Analysis
Race, Solidarity, and Dissent in the Trayvon Martin Case: A Critical Analysis
Yartey, Franklin N.A. “Race, Solidarity, and Dissent in the Trayvon Martin Case: A Critical Analysis.” Visual Studies 31, no. 1(2016): 50-62.
Rhetorical Potency of Storytelling: The Narrative Role of the Hummingbird in the Green Belt Movement
Rhetorical Potency of Storytelling: The Narrative Role of the Hummingbird in the Green Belt Movement
Yartey, Franklin N.A. “Rhetorical Potency of Storytelling: The Narrative Role of the Hummingbird in the Green Belt Movement.” Presentation at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, Nov. 10-13, 2016.
The Subaltern Speaks? Performing Poverty through Online Microfinance: A Critical Analysis of Kiva.org.
The Subaltern Speaks? Performing Poverty through Online Microfinance: A Critical Analysis of Kiva.org.
Yartey, Franklin N.A. “The Subaltern Speaks? Performing Poverty through Online Microfinance: A Critical Analysis of Kiva.org.” Paper presented at the 5th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, IL, May 15-18, 2013.
What UD’s Been Doin’ Since McLuhan/Managing McLuhan’s Ideas in the Age of Social Media: Teaching a Digital Identities Class.
What UD’s Been Doin’ Since McLuhan/Managing McLuhan’s Ideas in the Age of Social Media: Teaching a Digital Identities Class.
Yartey, Franklin N.A. “What UD’s Been Doin’ Since McLuhan/Managing McLuhan’s Ideas in the Age of Social Media: Teaching a Digital Identities Class.” Panel member at the 50th Annual Iowa Communication Association Conference, Ankeny, Sept. 19-20, 2014.
‘Racing the Vampire’: Exploring Race and Identity in Second Life.
‘Racing the Vampire’: Exploring Race and Identity in Second Life.
Yartey, Franklin N.A. “‘Racing the Vampire’: Exploring Race and Identity in Second Life.” In From Twitter to Tahrir Square: Ethics in Social and New Media Communication. Vol. 2, edited by J. Willis & B.A. Musa, 211-228. Santa Barbara, Praeger, 2014.