Tyree, Tia C.M. (2022). #ThisIsAmerica: Rappers, Racism, and Twitter. In Roy Christopher, (Ed.), Hip-Hop Theory: Time, Technology, and the Future. MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.
Tyree, Tia C. M. & Powell, Aisha (2022). African American Women’s Representations on Television, Journal of African American Studies.
Tyree, Tia C.M. & Williams, Melvin. (2021). Black Women Rap Battles: A Textual Analysis of US Rap Diss Songs. Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture, 25 (1), 64-86.
Somani, Indira & Tyree, Tia C. M. (2021). Black Broadcast Journalists: Implications of Mentorship and Race in the Newsroom, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 76 (2), 176-201.
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2020). (Guest Editor) African American Representation. Howard Journal of Communications, 31 (5).
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2020). African American Representation: Introduction. Howard Journal of Communications, 31(5) 411-414.
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2020). Speak up, Sis: Black Women, Race and News Coverage of the Me Too Movement. In Joan McAlister and Marnel Goins. The Routledge International Handbook of Gender and Communication.
Williams, M. & Tyree, Tia C. M. (2019). The “Un-Quiet Queen”: An Analysis of Rapper Nicki Minaj in the Fame Comic Book. In Adrienne Trier-Bieniek, (Ed.), Feminist Theory and Pop Culture. 2nd. Edition. Sense Publishers: Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Tyree, Tia C. M. & Jones, Michelle. (2018). How Michelle Obama Uses Her Social Media Presence to Support the Black Community: An Analysis of the FLOTUS Presidential Initiatives Through the Lens of Black Feminism. Women and Language, 41(2), 7-30.
Williams, M. & Tyree, Tia C. M. (2018). How to Be a Postfeminist: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Celebrity Culture, Sexual Messages, and Feminism in Amber Rose’s How to Be a Bad Bitch. In Carol Madere, How Celebrity Lives Affect Our Own: Understanding the Impact on Americans’ Public and Private Lives, (pp. 222-249). Roman and Littlefield: Lanham, MD.
Tyree Tia C. M. (2017). Making Movie Money: A 25-Year Analysis of Rappers’ Acting Roles in Hollywood Movies. Journal of Hip Hop Studies, 4(1), 118-147.
Tyree, Tia. C. M. (2017). How Rich Media and Discussion Boards in Online Classes can foster student learning and an understanding of online social activism: a special focus on Black Lives Matter. In S. Ferris, H. Wilder & W. Paterson (Eds.), Unplugged from the classroom. Elsevier: Amsterdam.
Tyree, Tia. C. M. & Kirby, M. (2017). #THOTsBeLike: The Construction of the New Female Sexual Stereotype in Social Media. In Kehbuma Langmia & Tia Tyree, Social Media: Culture and Identity. Lexington Books: Lanham, MD.
Mills, B., Dovil, M., Williams, L. & Tyree, T. (2017). How Minorities Use Social Media During Weather Related Crises: Results of a U.S. National Weather Survey. In K. Langmia & T. Tyree (Eds.), Social Media: Culture and Identity. Lexington Books: Lanham, MD.
Tyree, Tia C. M. & Hill, M. (2016). Hurricane Katrina 10 Years Later: A Qualitative Meta Analysis of Communications and Media Studies of New Orleans’ Black Community. International Journal of Emergency Management. 12(3), 304-327.
Tyree, Tia C. M. & Williams, M. (2016). Flawless Feminist or Fallible Freak?:
An Analysis of Feminism, Empowerment and Gender in Beyoncé’s Lyrics. In Dr. Adrienne Trier-Bieniek (Ed.), The Beyoncé Effect: Essays on Sexuality, Race and Feminism. McFarland Publishing: Jefferson, North Carolina.
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2016). Potential Impact of Social Media on Media and Stranded New Orleans Residents. In Kathleen Fearn-Banks (Ed.), Crisis Communication: A Casebook Approach (5th Edition). Routledge: New York, NY
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2016). Disregarding Negative Statements about the Failures of Race-Gender Mentoring Pairings: How A White Man Can Mentor a Young Black Woman from a Bachelor’s Degree to a Ph.D. In Sonja M. Brown Givens (Ed.), Critical examinations of women of color navigating mentoring relationships. Peter Lang: New York, NY.
Tyree, Tia. C. M., (2016). Making a video and making a difference using social media: A “call to action” approach. Teaching Media Quarterly, 4(1).
Tyree, Tia. C. M. & Cathcart, C. (2016). Understanding, Celebrating and Maintaining the “HBCU Experience.” In Charles Prince and Rochelle Ford (Eds.), Setting a New Agenda for Student Engagement and Retention in Historically Black Colleges and Universities. IGI Global: Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Williams, M., Tyree, Tia C. M. & Lewis, M. (2015). My Hair Is “Layed” Like Cyberqueer: Video Blogging, Computer Cross-Dressing, and the Curious Case of Funky Dineva. Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men. 3(2), 1-24
Tyree, Tia C. M. & Jones, M. (2015). The “Adored” Woman in Rap: An Analysis of the Presence of Philogyny in Rap Music. Women’s Studies. 44(1), 54-83.
Williams, M. & Tyree, Tia C. M. (2015). The “Un-Quiet Queen”: An Analysis of Rapper Nicki Minaj in the Fame Comic Book. In Adrienne Trier-Bieniek, (Ed.), Feminist Theory and Pop Culture. Sense Publishers: Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Tyree, Tia C. M. & Jacobs, L. (2014). Can you save me?: Black Male Superheroes in Films. Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men. 3(1), 1-24
Jacobs, L.; Tyree, T. & Clemons, D. (2013). The Construction of Femininity, Race and Sexuality in Alcohol Advertisements in South African and American Women Magazines. Gender and Behavior, 11(2), 5788-5803.
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2013). Using Social Media and Developing Social Media Courses. In K. Langmia, T. Tyree, P. O’Brien, & I. Sturgis, (Eds). Social Media: Pedagogy & Practice. University Press of America: Lanham, MD.
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2013). Using Twitter to Assist Students in Writing a Concise Nutgraph, In S. Ferris, H. Wilder & W. Paterson (Eds.), The Plugged-In Professor: Tips and techniques for teaching with social media. Woodhead Publishing: Cambridge.
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2013). Contemporary Representations of Black Females in Newspaper Comic Strips, In S. Howard & R. Jackson II (Eds.), Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation. Michigan: University of Michigan Press.
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2012). Gender and Sexuality Representations in Hip Hop. Teaching Media Quarterly, 1(3).
Tyree, Tia C. M. Byerly, C. & Hamilton, K. (2012). Representations of (New) Black Masculinity: A news making case study. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism.
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2011). African American Stereotypical Characters in Reality Television, Howard Journal of Communication, 22(4): 394-413.
Tyree, T. & Krishnasamy, A. (2011). Bringing Afrocentricity to the Funnies: An Analysis of Afrocentricity within Aaron McGruder’s The Boondocks. Journal of Black Studies, 42: 23-42.
Tyree, Tia C. M. (2009). Lovin’ Momma and Hatin’ on Baby Mama: A Comparison of Misogynistic and Stereotypical Representation in Songs about Rappers’ Mothers and Baby Mamas. Women and Language, 32(2), 49-58.