Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Franklin Nii Amankwah Yartey (2021) Snapchat, eavesdropping, and the surgical practices of Dr. Miami: a resurrection of the anatomical theatre, Visual Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1472586X.2021.1999850
Yartey, F. N. A. (2017). The subaltern speaks? Performing poverty through online microfinance/A critical analysis of kiva.org. Southern Communication Journal (Acceptance Rate: 6.5%), 82 (2), 73-84. (Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/kZmtQIYBcSSRacfuEZUi/full)
Yartey, F. N. A. (2016). Race, Solidarity, and Dissent in the Trayvon Martin Case: A Critical Analysis.Visual Studies, 31(1), 50-62.
Yartey, F.N.A., & Birzescu, N. A. (2015). Surveillance of the Poor in a Socio-Financial Enclosure: A Critical Analysis of Zidisha.org. Development in Practice, 25(8), 1131- 1145.
Yartey, F. N. A. (2015). The Critical Condition of Rhetorical Choices: The Bush Administration’s Framing of HIV/AIDS as a National Security Threat in PEPFAR. The Journal of International Communication , 21(2), 226 - 240. (DOI:10.1080/13216597.2015.1054411)
Yartey, F. N. A. (2015). ACT UP: A Network’s Resistance through Constitutive Rhetoric. First Monday, 20(2).
Yartey, F.N.A., & Ha, L. (2013). Like, share, recommend: Smartphones as a self- broadcast and self-promotion medium of college students. International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 9, 20-40. Special Issue On: Mobility and Human Interaction.
Yartey, F. N. A. (2013). Microfinance, Digital Media and Social Change: A Visual Analysis of kiva.org. Communication & Social Change, 1, 63-88.
Invited Journal Publication
Yartey, F. N. A. (2017). Screen Lending & the Fearless Integrity of Helping Others. Character and …Screenlife, Vol, 3. pp. 68-84. The Wendt Character Initiative. University of Dubuque.
Yartey, F. N. A. (2018). The Rhetorical Potency of Storytelling: The Narrative Role of the Hummingbird in the Green Belt Movement. In E. Mutua, A., González & A. Wolbert (Eds.) The Rhetorical Legacy of Wangari Maathai: Planting the Future (pp. 47-62), UK, London: Lexington Books (Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield).
Yartey, F. N., & Ha, L. (2015). Smartphones and Self-Broadcasting among College Students in an Age of Social Media. In A. Mesquita, & C. Tsai (Eds.) Human Behavior, Psychology and Social Interaction in the Digital Era (pp. 95-128). Hershey, PA.
Yartey, F.N.A. (2014).“Racing the Vampire”: Exploring Race and Identity in Second Life. In J. Willis & B. Musa (Eds.), From Twitter to Tahrir Square: Ethics in Social and New Media Communication (pp. 211-228). Santa Barbara, CA: CA: PRAEGER.
Musa, B., & Yartey, F. N. A. (2014). Media Economics and Moral Imagination in the New Mediascape. In B. Musa & J. Willis (Eds.), From Twitter to Tahrir Square: Ethics in Social and New Media Communication (pp. 87-103). Santa Barbara, CA: PRAEGER.
Gajjala, R., Tetteh, D., & Yartey, F. (2014). Digital Subaltern 2.0: Communicating with, financing and producing the Other through social media. In Rae Lynn Schwartz-DuPre, (Ed.), Communicating colonialism: Readings on postcolonial theory(s) and communication. In Critical Intercultural Communication Studies series (pp. 246-260). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Yamaguchi, P., & Yartey, F.N.A. (2012). Kente cloth and Adinkra in the global market. In R. Gajjala (Ed.) Cyberculture and the Subaltern: Weavings of the Virtual and Real (pp.135- 154). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Yartey, F. N. (2011). Health Communication and HIV/AIDS patients’ rights. In B.A. Musa & J. K. Domatob (Eds.), Communication, Culture, and Human Rights in Africa (pp. 241-251) Lanham, MD: University Press of America.