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Courtney (she/they) is originally from Miami, Florida, but lived in Amsterdam, Netherlands before moving to Eugene. She advanced to candidacy in winter 2022 and has begun data collection for her dissertation "Voting behind bars: Policy and predictions of total enfranchisement for incarcerated voters in the United States."

Courtney is presently a GE for J314 Intro to Media Studies and is working as an editorial assistant to Dr. Regina Lawrence for the journal Political Communication.


Journal Articles

Tabor, C. D. (2022). "This is what a 13-year old girl looks like": A feminist analysis of To Catch a Predator. Crime, Media, Culture.

Research Reports

Lawrence, R., Tabor, C. D., Nicolosi, M., & DeVigal, A. (2022). Assessing Oregon's local news information ecosystem: Connecting news, information, and civic health. Agora Journalism Center.

Book Reviews

Tabor, C. D. (2023). Review of Mindful Activism: Autoethnographies of Social Justice for Campus and Community Transformation. Tillmann, Lisa M., Norsworthy, K., & Schoen, S. Routledge, 2022, 204 pp. $31.46 (paperback). International Journal of Communication, 17, 1259-1261.

Tabor, C. D. (2023). Review of Sex, Consent and Justice: A New Feminist Framework: Sikka, Tina. Edinburgh University Press, 2021. 264 pp. $110 (hardback or e-book), ISBN: 9781474479202. Women's Studies in Communication.

Tabor, C. D. (2022). Review of Puijk, Roel. 2021. Slow TV: An analysis of minute-by-minute television in Norway. Bristol, United Kingdom: Intellect Books. 232 pp. Paperback £45.00. ISBN: 9781789382013. Television & New Media.

Tabor, C. D. (2022). Book Review: Seeing Justice: Witnessing, crime, and punishment in visual media. Visual Communication.

Tabor, C. D. (2022). Review of Newell, Bryce C. 2021. Police Visibility: Privacy, Surveillance, and the False Promise of Body-Worn Cameras. Surveillance & Society, 20(1), 113-114.

Tabor, C.D. (2021). Story movements: How Documentaries Empower People and Inspire Social Change (2020). [Review of the book Story Movements: How Documentaries Empower People and Inspire Social Change, by C. Borum Chattoo]. Popular Communication, 19(4), 312-324.