Dr. Jenny L. Davis
Assitant Professor of Sociology
Email: davis5jl (at) jmu (dot) edu
Office: Sheldon 222
Office phone: 540-568-4620
Ph.D. (Sociology), Texas A&M University
M.A. (Sociology), Texas A&M University
B.A. (Sociology) Radford University
Social psychology, self and identity, cultural sociology, technology and society, new and social media, the body and embodiment, qualitative research methods, experimental research methods
Weekly contributor: Cyborgology
forthcoming. "Morality work among the transabled." Deviant Behavior.
2012. "Social media and experiential ambivalence." Future Internet, 4(4): 955-70.
2012. "Prosuming identity: The production and consumption of transableism on transabled.org." American Behavioral Scientist. Speical issue on Prosumption and Web 2.0 by George Ritzer, 56(4): 596-617.
2012. "Narrative construction of a ruptured self: Stories of transability on transabled.org." Sociological Perspectives, 59(2): 319-40.
2011. Kamesha Spates and Jenny L. Davis. "Hegemonic female spaces: An analysis of the covert meanings within Ladies Home Journal and Ebony magazines' advertisements." MP: Online Feminist Journal.
2010. "Architecture of the personal interactive homepage: Constructing the self through MySpace." New Media and Society, 12(7): 1103-19.
2008. Jeanne Mekolichick, Jenny L. Davis, and James Chouinard. "Transitional supportive housing in a rural location: A preliminary case study and lessons learned." Journal of Applied Social Science,2(1): 36-46.