Deana A. Rohlinger is a Professor of Sociology at Florida State University, who researches media, participation, and politics in America. She is the author of Abortion Politics, Mass Media, and Social Movements in America as well as dozens of research articles. Her new book New Media and American Society will be available in 2017 through New York University Press. Rohlinger has appeared on numerous radio and TV programs and written commentary for U.S. News & World Report, Fortune, and The American Prospect.
Rohlinger, Deana and Jennifer Proffitt. 2016. How Much Does Ownership Matter? Deliberative Discourse in Local Media Coverage of the Terri Schiavo Case. Journalism, 1-18.
Rohlinger, Deana, Christian Vaccaro, Miriam Sessions, and Heather Mauney. 2015. "Individual Claims-Making in the Terri Schiavo Case." Social Currents, 2(4), 361-376.
Rohlinger, Deana and Jordan Brown. 2013. "Mass Media and Institutional Change: Organizational Reputation, Strategy, and Outcomes in the Academic Freedom Movement." Mobilization: An International Quarterly,18(1), 41-64.
Rohlinger, Deana. 2007. "American Media and Deliberative Democratic Processes." Sociological Theory, 25(2), 122-148.