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MacIntosh L. B. (2014) My film will change the world…or something”: Youth media production as social text. In K. Sanford, T. Rogers & M. Kendrick (Eds.), Youth literacies in new times: Everywhere everyday. (pp.63-80). NY: Springer.

MacIntosh L. B., Poyntz, S., and Bryson, M. (2011) Internet. In N. Lesko & S. Talburt (Eds.), Youth studies: Keywords, connections, movements. (pp.213-217). NY: RoutledgeFalmer.

Bryson, M., MacIntosh L. B.  Jordan, S. and Lin, H. (2010) Virtually queer? producing knowledge and identity on the Internet. In Tozer, S., Gallegos, B.P., Henry, A.M and Greiner, M.B. (Eds). Handbook of research in the social foundations of education. (pp.76-94). NY: Routledge.

Bryson, M. and MacIntosh L. B. (2010) Can we play fun gay? Disjuncture and difference, and the precarious mobilities of millennial queer youth narratives. QSE: International Journal of Qualitative Research in Education, 23(1), 101-124.

MacIntosh L. B. and Bryson, M. (2007) Virtually queer: Youth, MySpace, and the interstitial spaces of becoming and belonging. Journal of LGBT Youth, 5(1),133-142.

MacIntosh L. B. (2007) Gay-straight alliances: From frontline to bottom line. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 4(2),130-134.

MacIntosh L. B.  (2007) Does anyone have a band-aid? Anti-homophobia discourses and pedagogical impossibilities. Educational Studies, 39(3),33-43.

MacIntosh, L.B. and Loutzenheiser, L.W. (2006) Queering citizenship. In Richardson, G and R. Fountain (Eds).  Troubling the canon of citizenship education, (pp. 95 - 102). NY: Peter Lang

Bryson, M. and MacIntosh L. B. Book Review: Getting it on online: Cyberspace, gay male sexuality and embodied identity. New Media & Society, 7(3), 425-428.

Loutzenheiser, L.W. and MacIntosh L. B.  Sexualities, citizenship and education. Theory into Practice, 4(2), 151-159.