BOOKS:

·      You Get What You Need:  Stories of Fans of The Rolling Stones (Minnow Press, 2014).

·      Online Matchmaking, coedited with Monica Whitty and James Inman (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)

·      Double Click:  Romance and Commitment Among Online Couples  (Hampton Press, 2005)

ARTICLES

ONLINE RELATIONSHIPS, ONLINE COMMUNITIES, AND MUSIC FANS

Relationships:

·      “Down The Rabbit Hole: The Role Of Place In The Initiation And Development Of Online Relationships” (In A. Barak, Ed., Psychological Aspects Of Cyberspace: Theory, Research, Applications, Pp. 163-184.  Cambridge, Uk: Cambridge University Press, 2008)

·      “What Makes An Online Relationship Successful? Clues From Couples Who Met In Cyberspace” (Cyberpsychology And Behavior, Vol. 5 (4), August, 2002)

·      “Two By Two In Cyberspace:  Meeting And Connecting Online” (Cyberpsychology And Behavior, Vol. 3 (2), April, 2000.

·      “Relationships In Everyday Life:  Finding Love Online” (Exploring Cybersociety Conference, Newcastle, Uk, And Conference Proceedings, 1999)

·      “Cyberspace Couples Finding Romance And Meeting Online For The First Time” (Computer-Mediated Communication, July 1998)

Communities, Identities, And Fans:

·      Satisfaction:  Sex And The Rolling Stones’ Personas, Performances, And Fan Reactions (In The Rolling Stones:  Sociological Perspectives, Edited By Helmut Staubmann, Lexington Books, 2013)

·      “Exchange Of Material Culture Among Rock Fans In Online Communities” (Information, Community And Society, March, 2012)

·      “Mick Or Keith:  Blended Identity Of Online Rock Fans”  (Identity In The Information Society, Special Issue, “The Social Web” July, 2009)

·      “12 Variables For Understanding Online Community (Mindjack, November, 2003)  Mindjack.Com/Feature/12ocvar.Html