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Gender & Sexuality

Manago, A.M. & Pacheco, P. (2019). Globalization and the transition to adulthood in a Maya community in Mexico: Communication technologies, social networks, and views on gender. In J. McKenzie (Ed.), Globalization as a Context for Youth Development. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 164, 11-25. .pdf

Giaccardi, S., Ward, L.M., Seabrook, R.C., Manago, A., & Lippman, J.R. (2017). Media use and men’s risk behaviors: Examining the role of masculinity ideology. Sex Roles. pdf

Seabrook, R., Ward, L. M., Reed, L., Manago, A.M., Giaccardi, B.A., & Lippman, J. (2016). Our scripted sexuality: The development and validation of a measure of the heterosexual script and its relation to television consumption. Emerging Adulthood, 4, 338-355pdf

Giaccardi, B.A., Ward, L. M., Seabrook, R., Manago, A.M., & Lippman, J. (2016). Media and modern manhood: Testing associations between media consumption and young men’s acceptance of traditional gender ideologies. Sex Roles, 75, 151-163. pdf

Ward, L.M., Seabrook, R., Manago, A.M. & Reed, L., (2016). Contributions of diverse media to self-sexualization among undergraduate women and men. Sex Roles, 74, 12-23pdf

Manago, A.M., Ward, L.M., Lemm, K., Reed, L., & Seabrook, R. (2015). Facebook involvement, objectified body consciousness, body shame, and sexual assertiveness in college women and men. Sex Roles, 72, 1-14pdf

Manago, A.M. (2015). Values for gender roles and relations among high school and non-high school adolescents in a Maya community in Chiapas, Mexico. International Journal of Psychology, 50, 20-28pdf

Manago, A.M., Ward, L.M., & Aldana, A. (2015). The sexual experience of Latino young adults in college and their perceptions of values about sex communicated by their parents and friends. Emerging Adulthood, 3, 14-23. pdf

Manago, A.M., Greenfield, P.M., Kim, J.L., & Ward, L.M. (2014). Changing cultural pathways through gender role and sexual development: A theoretical framework. Ethos, 42, 198-221. pdf

Manago, A.M. (2013). Negotiating a sexy masculinity on social networking sites. Feminism & Psychology, 23, 478-497. pdf

Manago, A.M., Brown, C. S., & Leaper, C. (2009). Feminist identity in Latina adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Research, 24, 750-776. pdf

Manago, A.M., Graham, M., Greenfield, P.M., & Salimkhan, G. (2008). Self-presentation and gender on MySpace. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 29, 446-458. pdf


Identity & Values

Abu Aleon, T., Weinstock, M., Manago, A.M., Greenfield, P.M (2019). Social change and intergenerational value differences in a Bedouin community in Israel. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychologypdf

Manago, A.M. (2015). Media and the development of identity. In R. Scott & S. Kosslyn (Eds.), Emerging trends in the social and behavioral sciences: An interdisciplinary, searchable, and linkable resource. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. pdf

Manago, A.M., Guan, S.S.A., & Greenfield, P.M. (2015). New media, social change, and human development from adolescence through the transition to adulthood. In L.A. Jensen (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of human culture and development (pp. 519-534). New York: Oxford University Press. pdf

Weinstock, M.P., Ganayiem, M., Igbaryia, R., Manago, A.M., & Greenfield, P.M. (2015). Societal change and values in Arab communities in Israel: Intergenerational and rural-urban comparisons. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 46, 19-38pdf

Manago, A.M. (2014). Identity development in the digital age: The case of social networking sites. In K.C. McLean and M. Syed (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of identity development (pp. 508-524). New York: Oxford Press. pdf

Manago, A.M. (2014). Connecting societal change to value differences across generations: Adolescents, mothers and grandmothers in a Maya community in southern Mexico. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45, 868-887. pdf

Manago, A.M. (2012). The new emerging adult in Chiapas, Mexico: Perceptions of traditional values and value change among first generation Maya university students. Journal of Adolescent Research, 27, 663-713. pdf

Manago, A.M., & Greenfield, P.M. (2011). The construction of independent values among Maya women at the forefront of social change: Four case studies. Ethos, 39, 1-29. pdf

Salimkhan, G., Manago, A.M., & Greenfield, P.M. (2010). The construction of the virtual self on MySpace. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 4, art. 1.pdf


Social Connection

Shane-Simpson, C., Manago, A.M., Gaggi, N., Gillespie-Lynch, K. (2018). Why do college students prefer Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram? Site affordances, tensions between privacy and self-expression, and implications for social capital. Computers in Human Behavior, 276-288. pdf

Brown, G., Michinov, N., & Manago, A.M. (2017). Private message me s’il vous plait: Preferences for private and masspersonal communications on Facebook among American and French students, Computers in Human Behavior, 70, 143-152. pdf

Brown, G., Manago, A.M., & Trimble, J.E. (2016). Tempted to text: College students’ mobile phone use during a face-to-face interaction with a close friend. Emerging Adulthood, 4, 440-443. pdf

Manago, A.M., & Vaughn, L. (2015). Social media, friendship and happiness in the millennial generation. In M. Demir (Ed.), Friendship and happiness: Across the lifespan and in different cultures (pp. 187-206). Amsterdam: Springer. pdf

Manago, A.M., Taylor, T., & Greenfield, P.M. (2012). Me and my 400 friends: The anatomy of college students’ Facebook networks, their communication patterns, and well-being. Developmental Psychology, 48, 369-380. pdf

Subrahmanyam, K., & Manago, A.M. (2012). The children’s digital media center @ Los Angeles. In Z. Yan (Ed.), Encyclopedia of cyber behavior (pp. 64-76). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. pdf