Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. Graham, Roderick and Shawn Smith. “African American Digital Practices: Mobile E-Health and Residential Segregation.” Forthcoming in Sociological Focus.
  2. Graham, Roderick and Ruth Triplett. “Capable Guardians in the Digital Environment – The Role of Digital Literacy in Reducing Phishing Victimization.” Forthcoming in Deviant Behavior.
  3. Graham, Roderick. “Nurturing Nonmarket Spaces in the Digital Environment.” First Monday 21 (10 – 3).
  4. Graham, Roderick and Shawn Smith. 2016. “The Content of Our Characters: #BlackTwitter as Counterpublic.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 2(4): 433 – 449.
  5. Graham, Roderick and Stephen Choi. 2016. “Explaining African-American Cell Phone Usage Through the Social Shaping of Technology Perspective.” Journal of African American Studies 20(1): 19 – 34.
  6. Graham, Roderick. 2015. “Inter-Ideological Mingling: White Extremist Ideology Entering the Mainstream on Twitter”. Sociological Spectrum 36(1): 24 – 36.
  7. Smith, Danielle and Roderick Graham. 2012 “Household Expenditures on Information and Communication Technologies: A Proposal for a Digital Practice Model” Race, Gender, and Class 19(3-4): 161 – 178.
  8. Graham, Roderick. 2012. “The Digital Practice of Mobile Phones” Sociology Compass 12(6): 962 – 973.
  9. Graham, Roderick and Danielle T. Smith. 2011. “Internet as Digital Practice: Differences in African American Internet Activity” Future Internet 3(3): 185-203.
  10. Graham, Roderick. 2011. “African Americans and Jazz Consumption from 1982 to 2008” Journal of Black Studies 42(6): 993 – 1018.
  11. Graham, Roderick. 2010. “ICT as Cultural Practice: Group Differences in Attitudes towards Technology among Americans” New Media and Society 12(6): 985 – 1003.
  12. Graham, Roderick and Danielle T. Smith. 2010. “Dividing Lines: An Empirical Examination of Technology Use and Internet Activity among African Americans” Information, Communication, and Society 13(6): 892 – 908.
  13. Graham, Roderick. 2009. “The Effect of Music Education in the Move from Snob to Omnivore in the United States” Music Education Research 11(3): 283 – 302.
  14. Graham, Roderick.  2009.  “The Battle for the Eye: Imagery and Politics in Harlem”, Socialism and Democracy 23(1): 129 – 142.
  15. Graham, Roderick. 2008. “The Stylization of Internet Life?: Predictors of Internet Leisure Patterns Using Digital Inequality and Status Group Perspectives”, Sociological Research Online 13(5).


Graham, Roderick. 2014. The Digital Practices of African Americans: An Approach to Studying Cultural Change in the Information Society.  Peter Lang: New York, NY. 

Other Publications

  1. Graham, Roderick. 2016. “The African American Family”, Contribution to The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Family Studies.
  2. Graham, Roderick. 2013. “Why Minorities and Low-Income Americans Have a Big Stake in a Free and Open InternetScholars Strategy Network.
  3. Graham, Roderick. 2009. “The Arts of Democracy: Art, Public Culture, and the State” Socialism and Democracy 23(1). [Book Review]
  4. Graham, Roderick. 2007.  “John C. Calhoun”, The Encyclopedia of Race and Racism, 1st Ed.  Macmillan Publishers. [Encyclopedia Entry]


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