- IMC200: Introduction to Mass Communication
- IMC370: Television Production
- IMC260: Graphic Design
- IMC395: Sports Issues in the Media
- IMC430: Media Law and Ethics
- IMC495: Methods of IMC
- IMC498: Selected Topics in IMC
- Gender Issues in Sports Media
- Mass Media and Society
- Public Relations
- Brand Development
- IMC499: Professional Media Internship
- SH100: Principles of Public Speaking
- SH350: Principles of Persuasion
Ph.D., Communication and Information Science
University of Alabama
M.S., Sport Administration
University of Louisville
B.A., Film, Theatre, and Communication Arts
University of New Orleans
Jones, A. & Cooley, S. (2015). Beyond beauty and brawn: Winter Olympic athletes tackle gender stereotypes. Women, Identities and Culture, 1(1), 1-6.
Jones, A. & Cooley, S. (2013). Athletes who sparkle: Stereotypes in the televised coverage of the 2010 Olympic Figure Skating Events. Journalism and Mass Communication, 3(5), 292-303.
Cooley, S. & Jones, A. (2013). A forgotten tweet: Somalia and social media. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 34(1), 68-82.
Greer, J. & Jones, A. (2012). Beyond figure skating and hockey: How U.S. audiences gender-type winter Olympic sports. The International Journal of Sport and Society, 3(4), 129-140.
Jones, A. & Greer, J. (2012). Go “heavy” or go home: An examination of audience attitudes and their relationship to gender cues in the 2010 Winter Olympic snowboarding coverage. Mass Communication and Society, 15(4), 598-621.
Greer, J. & Jones, A. (2012). A level playing field? Audience perceptions of male and female sports analysts. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 6(8), 67-80.
Jones, A. & Greer, J. (2011). You don’t look like an athlete: Testing the effects of feminine appearance on audience interest in women’s sports and perceptions of female athletes. Journal of Sport Behavior, 34(4), 358-377.
Jones, A. (2011). Visual and verbal gender cues in the televised coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 6(2), 199-216.