• Book

    • Schirato, T. & Yell, S. (2000) Communication and Cultural Literacy: An Introduction,   Allen & Unwin, Sydney/Sage,London

    Book chapters

    • Duffy, M. & Yell, S. (forthcoming) “Collective grief and Australian natural disasters”, in David Lemmings and Ann Brooks (eds), Emotions and Social Change: Historical and Sociological Perspectives, Routledge (New York)
    • Yell, S. (2005) “Critical discourse analysis and social semiotics: Re-thinking text and discourse in media and communication research”, in Kwamena Kwansah-Aidoo (ed.), Topical Issues in Communication and Media Research, Nova Science Press, New York, pp.9-23

    Refereed articles

    • Yell, S. (2012) “Natural disaster news and communities of feeling: the affective interpellation of local and global publics”, Social Semiotics 22.4, pp.409-428
    • Yell, S. (2011) “Airgraphs and an airman: the role of airgraphs in World War II family correspondence”, with Meredith Fletcher, History Australia 8.3, pp.117-138
    • Yell, S. (2010) “’Breakfast is now tea, toast and tissues’: affect and the media coverage of bushfires”, Media International Australia 137, (November), pp. 109-119
    • Yell, S. (2007) “Theorising Text as Practice in the New Media Age”, New Zealand Journal of Media Studies, 10.1, pp.14-23
    • Atkinson, P. & Yell, S. (2006) “Affect, Time and the Enunciative Body”, Southern Review 38.2, pp.40-57
    • Yell, S. (2003) “New for Old? Converging Media and Email Practices in the Workplace”, Australian Journal of Communication 30.1, pp.93-108
    • Yell, S. (2003) “The Unruly Space of Email”, Southern Review 36.2, pp.52-67
    • Yell, S. (2001) “Email and Public Debate in Universities”, Southern Review 34.1, pp.22-31

    Expert media commentary

    Her areas of expertise for media commentary include:

    • media as a public sphere
    • gender representations in the media
    • email use and abuse