Corinne Weinstein is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Journalism and Media Studies. Her work employs approaches of political economy, cultural studies, and media effects research to investigate representations on television and how they reinforce and challenge dominant ideologies of identity, culture, and neoliberalism.
New York University
M.A., Media, Culture, and Communication
Weinstein, C. & Feldman, L. (forthcoming). Comedy for racial justice? The mediating roles of narrative mechanisms and perceived humor types on persuasive outcomes related to racially biased policing. Mass Communication & Society.
Weinstein, C. (2023). Cannabis, media, and the neoliberal marketplace: The problem with just saying yes to color-blind legalization narratives. International Journal of Communication, 17(2023), 4892–4910.
Weinstein, C. (2022). A not so special episode: Laughing at abortion on television. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 39(5), 427–440.