Lisa WeidmanDepartment: Mass Communication
Education: Ph.D., Mass Communications, Syracuse University M.S., Media Administration, Syracuse University B.A., English/Writing Sequence, University of California at Davis
Academic Interests: Influences on mass-media content Media portrayals of women and sexuality Public relations and advertising Popular communication (including sports media, tabloid newspapers, and magazines) Environmental communication
Beachboard, Martine R., & Weidman, Lisa M. “Client-centered Skill Sets: What Small IMC Agencies Need from Our Graduates.” Making final revisions for the Journal of Advertising Education, a peer-reviewed journal of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (expected publication date of Fall 2013).
Sumner, David T., & Weidman, Lisa M. (Fall 2013). “Eco-terrorism or eco-tage: An argument for the proper frame,” To be published in the Fall 2013 issue of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature of the Environment, the official, peer-reviewed journal of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE).
Weidman, Lisa M. (2010). “Homophobia, Heterosexism, and Ambivalence in the Premier Issue of Sports Illustrated Woman|Sport,” In L.K. Fuller (Ed.), Sexual Sports Rhetoric: Global and Universal Contexts (pp. 147-158). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Scharrer, Erica; Weidman, Lisa M., & Bissell, Kimberly (August 2003). “Pointing the Finger of Blame: News Media Coverage of Popular-Culture Culpability,” Journalism & Communication Monographs, a peer-reviewed journal of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Beal, Becky, & Weidman, Lisa M. (2003). “The Authentic Skateboarder Identity,” (a chapter about how skateboarders formulate their identities through the messages they receive from advertisements in a popular skateboarding magazine), invited chapter in a peer-reviewed book, R. Rinehart & S. Sydnor, (Eds.), To the Extreme: Alternative Sports Inside and Out. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
Weidman, Lisa M. (2001). “Tales from the Testosterone Zone,” invited chapter in a refereed book, E. L. Toth & L. Aldoory (Eds.), The Gender Challenge to Media: Diverse Voices from the Field, pp. 61-103. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Hobbies: Knitting, organic gardening, cooking, supporting the arts, wine appreciation, following the San Francisco Giants
Favorite People: My husband, Susan Barnes Whyte, Susan Currie Sivek, Michael Huntsberger, Brad Thompson, Barbara Seidman, Bob Garfield, Brooke Gladstone, Jon Stewart, Paula Poundstone, Bob Edwards, Tom Waits, Nina Simone, Storm Large
Favorite Restaurants in Yamhill County: Nick's Italian Cafe (and Nick's Back Room) The Crescent Cafe Walnut City Kitchen Tina's The Joel Palmer House Thai Country Golden Valley Brewery and Restaurant Wildwood Cafe Dundee Bistro Serendipity
Phone: 503-883- 2219
Peer AdvisorShelby Vandebergh