Cormack, Patricia and James F. Cosgrave. (2013) Desiring Canada: CBC Contests, Hockey Violence, and Other Stately Pleasures. University of Toronto Press.
Cormack, Patricia. (2002) Sociology and Mass Culture: Durkheim, Mills, and Baudrillard. University of Toronto Press.
Cormack, Patricia. (ed.) (1999) Manifestos and Declarations of the 20th Century. Garamond Press.
Refereed Articles –
Patricia Cormack, James F. Cosgrave, David Feltmate. (2017) “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Sociology: Goffman, Mills, and Berger. Sociological Review. Vol. 65, No. 2.
Melissa Horsman and Patricia Cormack. (2016) “A Meaningful Meaninglessness: Canadian University ‘hook-up’ and ‘party’ culture as gendered and class-based privilege.” Gender & Education.
Patricia Cormack and James F. Cosgrave. (2016) "State Celebrity, Institutional Charisma, and the Public Sphere: Managing Scandal at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation" Media, Culture & Society. Vol. 38, No. 7.
Cormack, Patricia and Mireille Lalancette. (2015) “Trudeau as Celebrity Politician: Winning by More than a Hair” Canadian Election Analysis 2015: Communication, Strategy, and Canadian Democracy Samara/UBC Press.
Cormack, Patricia (2015) “Mass Culture”. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Consumption and Consumer Studies. Ed. J. Michael Ryan and Daniel Cook.
Patricia Cormack, James F. Cosgrave (2013). “Theorising the State Celebrity: A Case Study of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation”. Celebrity Studies. Vol. 5, No. 3.
Patricia Cormack, James F. Cosgrave, and Lynda Harling-Stalker (2012). “Who Counts Now? Re-making the Canadian Citizen”. Canadian Journal of Sociology (special issue on cancelation of mandatory long-form census). Vol. 37, No.3.
Cormack, Patricia. (2011) “Branding and Politics in Canada: The Case of Tim Hortons and the Public Sphere”. In Political Marketing in Canada: The Practice of Political Marketing and How it is Changing Canadian Democracy. University of British Columbia Press.
Cormack, Patricia. (2010) “Masses”. Baudrillard Dictionary. Ed. Richard G. Smith. Edinburgh University Press & Columbia University Press.
Patricia Cormack. (2008) " 'True Stories' of Canada: Tim Hortons and the Branding of National Identity". Cultural Sociology. Vol. 2, No. 3.
James F. Cosgrave and Patricia Cormack. (2008) “Disenchanted Wonder: Collecting Canadian Identity through the CBC ‘Seven Wonders of Canada’ Project”. Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies. No. 20.
Cormack, Patricia. (2005) "Angels, Bells, Television and Ireland: the Place of the Angelus Broadcast in the Republic". Media, Culture & Society. Vol.27, No.2.
Cormack, Patricia and Clare Fawcett. (2002) "Cultural gatekeepers in the L.M. Montgomery tourist industry". In Literature and Tourism: Reading and Writing Tourism Texts, ed. by H-C. Anderson, M. Robinson, pp. 169-190. London: Continuum.
Fawcett, Clare and Patricia Cormack. (2001) "Guarding Authenticity at Three L.M. Montgomery Sites." Annals of Tourism Research. Vo. 28, No. 3.
Cormack, Patricia (1999) "Making the Sociological Promise: A Case Study of Rosemary Brown's Autobiography." Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology. Vol. 36: No.3.
Cormack, Patricia. (1996)"The Paradox of Durkheim's Manifesto: Reconsidering The Rules of Sociological Method." Theory & Society Vol 25, No. 1.