SCHOLARLY JOURNALS (chronological):
BOOKS & BOOK CHAPTERS (chronological):
Dunn, J. C., Stern, D. M., & Manning, J., (Eds.) with Ristic, I. (2015). Lucky strikes and a three martini lunch: Thinking about television’s Mad Men (2nd ed.). New Castle, UK: Cambridge. [Served as editorial assistant].
Marshall, L. (Forthcoming). ‘I’ll Be There For You’ If You are Just Like Me: Hegemonic Social Structures in FRIENDS. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press. [Ristic, I. served as proofreader].
Schon, J., Ristic, I., & Manning, J. (2015). When the internet becomes the doctor: Seeking health information online. In M. Brann (Ed.), Contemporary case studies in health communication: Theoretical & applied approaches (2nd ed., pp. 311-322). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.
Ristic, I. (2014). Tips for non-native English students for public speaking. In Helens-Heart, R., Bird, C.C., Wagner, P.E., & Quenette, A.M., Public speaking handbook: Coms 130/131: 2014-2015 edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.
Ristic, I. (2013). Looking at diversity: Competent communication around the world. In Adler, R.B. & Proctor II, R.F., Looking out, looking in (14th ed.). Boston, MA: Wadsworth. [This is a section of a chapter].
Stern, D. M., Manning, J., & Dunn, J. C. (Eds.) with Ristic, I. (2012). Lucky strikes and a three martini lunch: Thinking about television’s Mad Men. New Castle, UK: Cambridge. [Served as editorial assistant].
Ristic, I. (2012, August 9). Book Review: Planned Obsolescence by Kathleen Fitzpatrick [Web Log Post]. Retrieved from http://www.communicationstudies.com/book-review-planned-obsolescence-by-kathleen-fitzpatrick.