Dr. David Gudelunas
Associate Professor of Communication
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 227
Gudelunas, D. (2013). “Sexual Minorities as Advertising Gatekeepers: Inside an Industry.” In R. Waters and N. Tindall (Eds.). Coming Out of the Closet: Exploring LGBT Issues in Strategic Communication with Theory and Research. New York: Peter Lang.
Gudelunas, D. (2012). “There’s an App for That: The Uses and Gratifications of Online Social Networks for Gay Men.” Sexuality & Culture, 16 (4), 347-365.
Gudelunas, D. (2012). “DeCerteau and ‘Making Do’: The case of gay men and lesbians on a Jesuit campus.” In E. Petrino and J. Boryczka (Eds.). Feminism and Jesuit Education. New York: Fordham University Press.
Gudelunas, D. (2011). "Consumer Myths and the Gay men and Women that believe them: A Qualitative look at movements and markets," Psychology & Marketing, 28 (1), 53-68.
Gudelunas, D. (2009). "The Dating Games: Real Lessons Learned from Unreal Programs." In J. Lancioni (Ed.). Fix Me Up: Essays on Television Dating and Makeover Shows. Jefferson, NC: Mcfarland.
Gudelunas, D. (2008). Confidential to America: Newspaper Advice Columns and Sexual Education. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Gudelunas, D. (2006). "Shopping with Friends: Audience Perspectives on Television Shopping." Popular Communication, 4 (4), 259-282.
Gudelunas, D. (2006). "Realities of Reality Dating." American Sexuality Magazine.
Gudelunas, D. (2006). "Who's hooking up online?" The Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide, 13 (1), 23-27.
Gudelunas, D. (2005). "Online Personal Ads: Community and Sex, Virtually" Journal of Homosexuality, 49 (1), 1-33.
Gudelunas, D. (2005). "Talking Taboo: Newspaper advice columns and sexual discourse." Sexuality & Culture, 9 (1), 62-87.
Gudelunas, D. (2002) "QVC: Television Retail and Ritual." Journal of American and Comparative Cultures, 25 (1-2), 105-118.
Zelizer, B., Park, D. and Gudelunas, D. (2002). "How Bias Shapes the News: Challenging the New York Times' Status as a Newspaper of Record on the Middle East." Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 3 (3), 283 - 308.