Tricia M. Farwell is an Americanist who researches gender and representation in works of media (digital and traditional) and literature (1899-1936).
Books, Single Author
Farwell, Tricia M. Love and Death in the Fiction of Edith Wharton. Peter Lang Publishing. March 2006.
Kruger-Ross, M. J. & Farwell, T. M. (2013). “Risky Media: Using Subversive Technologies in Education to Question Assumptions about Power, Teaching and Assessment.” In M. Patrut & B Patrut, (Ed), Social Media in Higher Education: Teaching in Web 2.0 (pp. 286-304), IGI Global.
Farwell, T. M. & Kruger-Ross, M. (2013). “Is there (Still) a place for Blogging in the Classroom? Using Blogging to Assess Writing, Facilitate Engagement and Evaluate Student Attitudes.” Using Social Media in the Classroom. Ed. K. Seo. Routledge. pp. 207-221.
Kruger-Ross, M, Waters, R. D. & Farwell, T. M. (2013). “Everyone’s all-a-Twitter about Twitter: Three Operational Perspectives on Using Twitter in the Classroom.” Using Social Media in the Classroom. Ed. K. Seo. Routledge. pp. 117-131.
Farwell, T. M., & Waters, R. D. “Introducing Students to Micro-blogging through Collaborative Work: Using Twitter to Promote Cross-University Relationships and discussions.” Teaching Arts and Science Using the New Social Media. Ed. Charles Wankel. (2011). pp. 297-319.
Bramlett-Solomon, S. & Farwell, T. M. (1996). "Sex on the Soaps: An Analysis of Black, White and Interracial Couple Intimacy." Mediated Messages and African-American Culture. Eds. Venise T. Berry and Carmen L. Manning-Miller. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. pp. 146-158.
Bramlett-Solomon, S. & Farwell, T. M. (1997). "Sex on the Soaps: An Analysis of Black, White and Interracial Couple Intimacy." Facing Difference: Race, Gender and Mass Media. Eds. Shirley Biagi and Marilyn Kern-Foxworth. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press. pp. 3-10.
Peer-Reviewed Academic Journal Publications
Farwell, T. M., Alligood, L., Fitzgerald, S. & Blake, K. (2016). “Assessing Assessment: Evaluating Outcomes and Reliabilities of Grammar, Math and Writing Measures in Media Writing.” Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 17(1), 28-49. Online first access (2014): http://jmc.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/09/25/1077695814551829.abstract
Farwell, T. M. & Tindall, N. (2014, Fall). “Making the ROPE process real: Using time cards to analyze student knowledge and implementation of the ROPE process in the public relations campaign class.” Teaching Journalism and Mass Communication. http://aejmc.us/spig/2014/making-the-rope-process-real/
Farwell, T. M. & Waters, R. D. (2010). Introducing students to organizational communication strategies on Twitter. Journal of Advertising Education, 14(2), 52-53.
Farwell, T. M., & Waters, R. D. (2010). Exploring the use of social bookmarking technology in education: An analysis of students’ experiences using a course-specific Delicious.com account. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 6(2), 398-408.