Lynn Schofield Clark, From Angels to Aliens: Teenagers, the Media, and the Supernatural , Oxford University Press, New York , 2003 (paperback 2005). "A truly unique book, From Angels to Aliens uses solid empirical evidence to spin out an engaging story about adolescence and media culture, with an ironic twist about traditional evangelicalism unintentionally promoting a broad cultural fascination with the supernatural and the occult." --Christian Smith, Professor of Sociology at the University of Notre Dame and Director of the National Study of Youth and Religion
Stewart Hoover, Lynn Schofield Clark, and Diane Alters, Media, Home, and Family , Routledge , New York , 2004. "Not since David Morley's Family Television has a book taken up this topic with this kind of scope. I would not be surprised if it attained the status of a classic in the field." - Ellen Seiter, University of Southern California . "This book is a fascinating read and a valuable addition to the ethnographic literature about television's role in the American family. Its skillful research fills a gaping hole in our knowledge about how media is negotiated between parents and children amongst a broad cultural spectrum of families in the U.S. " -Andrea Press, University of Virginia . Ordering info
Lynn Schofield Clark, Ed., Religion, Media, and the Marketplace , Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick , 2007. "The breadth of coverage given to different religious traditions in this volume is nothing short of astonishing. The reader is taken on a wide-ranging tour of religion, media, and markets across diverse social and cultural contexts."-John P. Bartkowski, author of The Promise Keepers: Servants, Soldiers, and Godly Men
Stewart Hoover and Lynn Schofield Clark, Eds., Practicing Religion in the Age of the Media , Columbia University Press, New York, 2002.
International Handbook of Children, Media, and Culture, Edited by Kirsten Drotner and Sonia Livingstone. (Sage, 2008)
Everyday Religion: Observing Modern Religious Lives, Edited by Nancy Ammerman. (Oxford University Press, 2007)
Northern Lights Film & Media Studies Yearbook, Vol. 6: The Mediatization of Religion, Edited by Stig Hjarvard, Intellect Press
Girl Wide Web: Girls, the Internet, and the Negotiation of Identity (Peter Lang, 2005)