Hatef, A. (2017). From under the veil to under the knife: Women, global beauty, and cosmetic surgery in Afghanistan. Feminist Media Studies. Advance online publication. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14680777.2017.1359200
Hatef, A. & Luqiu, L. R. (2017). Where does Afghanistan fit in China’s grand project? A content analysis of Afghan and Chinese news coverage of the One Belt, One Road initiative. International Communication Gazette. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748048517747495
Liebler, C., Hatef, A., Munno, G. (2016). Domestic violence as entertainment: Gender, role congruity and reality television. Media Report to Women. 44 (1), 6-11 & 18-19.
Journal Articles Under Review
Hatef, A. (Under review) Out of place: Seeking change through social media, art, and activism. Journal name omitted for peer-review purposes.
Hatef, A. & Luqiu, L. R. (Under review) Understanding terror, morality, and civil society through Afghan women’s bodies: Comparison of media representations of Afghan women in US, Afghan, and Chinese media. Journal name omitted for peer-review purposes.
McAllister, M. P., & Hatef, A. (2018). Just how commercialized is children’s culture. In N. A. Jennings & S. R. Mazzarella (Eds.), 20 questions about youth & the media (2nd ed.) (pp. 185-195). New York: Peter Lang.
Hatef, A. (2016). Review of Heather Savigny and Helen Warner, The politics of being a woman: Feminism, media and 21st Century popular culture, in Feminist Media Studies, 16 (4), 750-751.
Hatef, A. (2016). Review of Rachel Alpha Johnston Hurst, Surface imaginations: Cosmetic surgery, photography, and skin, in Women’s Studies International Forum. Vol. 55 (p. 47-48).