11 achievements

Rickman, Aimee

Jordan College of Agricultural Science and Technology
Eslami, M., Karahalios, K., Sandvig, C., Vaccaro, K., Rickman, A., Hamilton, K., & Kirlik, A.  (2016). First I like it, then I hide it: Folk theories of social feeds. Presented at 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, San Jose, California.
Eslami, M., Rickman, A., Vaccaro, K., Aleyasen, A., Vuong, A., Karahalios, K., ... Sandvig, C.  (2015). I always assumed that I wasn't really that close to [her]: Reasoning about invisible algorithms in the news feed. Presented at 3rd Annual SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Larson, R., Rickman, A., Gibbons, C., & Walker, K.  (2009). Practitioner expertise: Creating quality within the daily tumble of events in youth settings.  New Directions in Youth Development. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
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Larson, R., Wilson, S., & Rickman, A.  (2009). Adolescence across place and time: Globalization and the changing pathways to adulthood.  Handbook of adolescent psychology. New York: Wiley.
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Matias, J., Rickman, A., & Steiner, M.  (2017). Who Gets to Use Facebook's Rainbow 'Pride' Reaction?: An analysis to see if the algorithms behind the new emoji contribute to political bubbles in America.  The Atlantic.
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Rickman, A.  (2018). Adolescence, girlhood, and media migration: U.S. teens’ use of social media to negotiate offline struggles.  Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
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Rickman, A.  (2016). “I guess I can be myself there, instead”: U.S. teens’ media migrations within adolescent marginality. Presented at Children’s and young people’s rights in the digital age panel for the annual conference of the International Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan.
Rickman, A.  (2015). Young women’s social media migration as preemptive mediator of moral panic. Presented at Participatory media and moral panic in the digital era panel at the Social Media and Society Conference, Toronto, Ontario, CA.
Rickman, A.  (2015). “I guess I can be myself there, instead”: Social media migration and young women’s acquiescence to marginal roles in U.S. adolescence. Presented at Life span across communication: Digital communication technologies and the brokering of “life stages” panel for the annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Rickman, A.  (2015). U.S. rural female teens’ understanding of safety in social media use. Presented at annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Rickman, A.  (2015). Life span across communication: Digital communication technologies and the brokering of “life stages”. Presented at panel for the annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Juan, Puerto Rico.