Mariah L Wellman
Mariah L Wellman
Graduate Student, University of Utah
Verified email at utah.edu
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Professionalizing and profiting: The rise of intermediaries in the social media influencer industry
R Stoldt, M Wellman, B Ekdale, M Tully
Social Media+ Society 5 (1), 2056305119832587, 2019
272019
Ethics of authenticity: social media influencers and the production of sponsored content
ML Wellman, R Stoldt, M Tully, B Ekdale
Journal of Media Ethics 35 (2), 68-82, 2020
172020
What it means to be a bodybuilder: social media influencer labor and the construction of identity in the bodybuilding subculture
ML Wellman
The Communication Review 23 (4), 273-289, 2020
32020
Trans-mediated parasocial relationships: Private Facebook groups foster influencer–follower connection
ML Wellman
New Media & Society, 1461444820958719, 2020
2020
Gold? s Gym as a? home?: exploring the tensions between traditional bodybuilders and fitness influencers in a commercially branded space
M Wellman
University of Iowa, 2018
2018
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