RESEARCH AND DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS
Sulik, G., “Developing a New Breast Cancer Awareness Curriculum.”
Sulik, G., “Taking the Pulse of the U.S. Breast Cancer Movement: A Network Analysis.”
Sulik, G., “The $6 billion Question: Where Does All the Money Raised for Breast Cancer Really Go?”
SCHOLARLY PAPERS UNDER REVIEW OR IN PREPARATION
Sulik, G., “#RethinkPink: The Changing Social Landscape of Breast Cancer Advocacy.” Gender & Society.
Sulik, G. and Keys, J. “The Syllabus as Socializing Agent and Pedagogical Tool.” Invitation to “Revise and Resubmit” from Teaching Sociology.
Sulik, G., De Michele, G., and Greco, C. “The Co-Production of Science, Politics, and Advocacy: A Case of Gene Patents.”
Sulik, G., and Spanier, B. “Evidence Denied: How Some Stakeholders Placate Women and Distort Science to Sell Mammograms.”
Sulik, G., “The Branding of Illness: Pink Ribbon Symbolism and the Semi-Conscientious Consumer.”
Sulik, G. and Travis, M. “Can New Forms of Social Media Enhance Collaborations Among Health Care Professionals, Researchers, and Advocates?: An Examination of the Popular Twitter Tweetchat, Breast Cancer Social Media (#BCSM).”
Sulik G., “Mothering, Illness, and Survivorship: Public Musings on the Custody Case of Alaina Giordano, A Mother with Metastatic Breast Cancer.”