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Megan Sawey

Graduate Student, Department of Communication

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Contact Information

mes476 [at] cornell.edu

Selected Publications

Duffy, B. E. & Sawey, M. (in press). In/visibility in social media work: The hidden labor behind the brands. Accepted for publication at Media and Communication.

Duffy, B. E. & Sawey, M. (2021). Value, service, and precarity among Instagram content creators. In S. Cunningham & D. Craig, (Eds.) Creator culture: Studying the social media entertainment industry. New York, NY: NYU Press.

Duffy, B. E., Pinch, A., Sannon, S., & Sawey, M. (2021). The nested precarities of platformized creative labor. Social Media + Society.https://doi.org/10.1177%2F20563051211021368

Duffy, B.E. & Sawey, M. (in press). Value, service, and precarity among Instagram content creators. In S. Cunningham & D. Craig, (Eds.) Creator culture: Studying the social media entertainment industry. New York, NY: New York University Press.

  • Sawey, M., & Duffy, B. E. (2021). Care on campus? The commodification of social relationships in college brand ambassador programs. Accepted for presentation at the 71st Annual International Communication Association Conference.
  • Sawey, M., & Duffy, B. E. (2020). The valuation of (in)visible labor in the social media industries. Accepted for presentation at the 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference.
  • Sawey, M. (2020). “Attractive” girls and “accomplished” men: The making and marketing of sugar relationship roles. Accepted for presentation at the 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference.Sawey, M.,
  • Duffy, B. E. (2020). The valuation of (in)visible labor in the social media industries. Accepted for presentation at the 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference, held virtually in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Sawey, M. (2020). “Attractive” girls and “accomplished” men: The making and marketing of sugar dating roles. Accepted for presentation at the 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference, held virtually in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.