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1002
Wednesday
08:00-17:00
Conference Room
Preconference: Powers of Promotion: Apprehending the Social and Political Impacts of Promotional Culture
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Melissa Aronczyk, Rutgers U, USA
Lee Edwards, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Anu Marjaana Kantola, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Participants
PR and Social Influence: Cases From the MENA Region
Ilhem Allagui, Northwestern U in Qatar, QATAR
Navigating Between Colonialism and Sustainable Development: Promotional Culture With Socio-Political Ambition in Global
Trade
Annette Cerne, Lund U, SWEDEN
Doing Good or Looking Good? International Media Assistance as Public Diplomacy
Florencia Enghel, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Instaprincess: Culture, Communication and Commodity
Kate Fitch, Murdoch U, AUSTRALIA
Between Media and Political Power: Can Government Press Officers ‘Hold the Line’ in the Age of Political Spin? The Case of the
UK Since 1997
Ruth Garland, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Electrified Postwar Japan: An Analysis of the Electricity Company’s PR Strategy
Kyungjin HA, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Promotional Culture and Government Communication in the Focus of Professionalisation
Salli Hakala, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Gender Theory in the Primary School Rumor Bombs: Political De-/Promotion in Post-Truth Society
Jayson Harsin, The American U of Paris, FRANCE
Framing “the Common Good”: Professional Lobbying in the Media Spotlight
Oyvind Ihlen, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Ketil Raknes, Oslo School of Management, NORWAY
Race, Taste and the Transnational Celebrity: A Critical Analysis of the Online Self-Promotion of Irene Major
Mehita Iqani, U of the Witwatersrand, SOUTH AFRICA
Narrative-Worlds as Promotional Strategy: Serial Promotion of Manga, Anime, and Games and the Mobilization of Fandom
Thiam Huat Kam, Rutgers U, USA
Discursive Political Consumerism for the Environment: Brandalism, Culture Jamming and the Logic of Appropriation
Eleftheria J Lekakis, U of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM
Portlandia, Vancouverism, and the Rise of Green City Brands: The Promotional Culture of Ecotopia
Derek Moscato, U of Oregon, USA
The Application of Promotional Activities for the National and Transnational Peace
Sopark Panichpapiboon, U of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, THAILAND
Parichart Sthapitanonda, Chulalongkorn U, THAILAND
The Strategic Advocate in the Digital Storm: How International NGOs Pursue Publicity Online
Matthew Powers, U of Washington, USA
Designing a Country From Scratch: Nation Branding in South Sudan
Anne Quito, Atlantic Media, Quartz, USA
Nation Branding Consultants and Korean Governments: Legitimacy and Political Influence in Contemporary Policy
Juliette Schwak, City U of Hong Kong, PHILIPPINES
The Berlin Twitter Wall: The Promotional Culture of Global Iconic Events
Julia Sonnevend, U of Michigan, USA
Powers of Promotion in the Digital Era: Problematizing Credibility and Social Network Doping
Douglas Schules, Rikkyo U, JAPAN
Hsin-Yen Yang, Fort Hays State U, USA
Promoting the Nation in a Networked World: A Postmodern Media Theory Approach to Nation Branding and Digital Diplomacy in
South Korea
Damien Spry, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Branding Poland Online: Propagating and Resisting Nation Branding on Facebook
Pawel Surowiec, Bournemouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Seizing Opportunities to Mobilize: Climate Advocacy Organizations and Social Media Strategy Over Time
Kjerstin Thorson, U of Southern California, USA
Luping Wang, U of Southern California, USA
The Personal is Political: Promoting Disability Rights Online
Trevisan Filippo, American U, USA
Competition Over Attention and the Rise of the Promotional Field in Nation Branding
Katja Valaskivi, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Beyond the Front: Corporate-Driven Activism and the Keystone XL Pipeline
Tim Wood, New York U, USA
Performing Medical Praxis: Communicating Cancer Research at the Human-Animal Crossroads
Ekin Yasin, U of Washington, USA
This preconference examines the growing social and political importance of promotional activities and public relations. The
“abundance, ubiquity, reach and celerity” of modern communications practices, technologies and forms of participation – and
particularly the advent of interactive, networked digital media – have permanently transformed what it means to be politically and
socially engaged. Contests for power, influence and legitimacy among stakeholders are therefore more complex and take place on
many fronts. However, the influence and power of PR in the context of an increasingly promotional culture is underresearched. The
preconference addresses this gap, focusing on the societal and political significance of promotional activities and PR in particular, as
used both alongside and independently of other promotional techniques.
1005
Wednesday
08:00-18:00
Room Number 13F 1301
1016
Wednesday
08:00-19:00
Waseda U
Preconference: Power, Communication, and Technology in Internet Governance
Sponsored Sessions
Research on Internet governance has been gaining momentum since the concept broke into public and policy discourses in the years
leading to, and especially during, the World Summit on Information Society (WSIS). 2015 marked the 10th anniversary of the WSIS
process and 2016 marks the 10th anniversary of the first GigaNet symposium, which owes its genesis to a joint ICA-IAMCR
workshop and has been part of the Internet Governance Forum since 2006. Research on Internet governance has evolved and is no
longer focused solely on Internet infrastructure and politics surrounding its protocols, unique identifiers, and domain names. Yet,
even with the expanding boundaries, the core questions of Internet governance remain focused on the intersection of power,
communication, and technology.
Preconference: Communicating With Cool Japan: New International Perspectives on Japanese Popular Culture
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Casey Brienza, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Seio Nakajima, Waseda U, JAPAN
Anamik Saha, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Respondent
Koichi Iwabuchi, Monash U, AUSTRALIA
More children around the world recognize Mario than they do Mickey Mouse, and Japanese popular culture is among the most
distinct and recognizable of any in the world. There is both intra-Asian cultural flow, as well as “counter-flow” from East to West.
This year’s conference theme is “Communicating with Power,” and it implies both speaking to the powerful and speech that is
powerful in and of itself. Both are salient here because “Cool Japan” is a governmental catchphrase, and to a postcolonial country
like Japan, which has renounced the “hard” military power of warmongering and violence, the “soft power” of cultural diplomacy
and the global recognition of its powerhouse popular culture are especially important.
1115
Wednesday
08:30-17:30
Kitasenju Campus
Preconference: Willing Collaborators: The Rise of China and Changing Networks of Asian Media Production
Sponsored Sessions
Participants
Michael Curtin, U of California – Santa Barbara, USA
Anthony Y.H. Fung, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Terry Flew, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Michael Keane, Curtin U, AUSTRALIA
Brian Yecies, U of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA
Dal Yong Jin, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
Aynne Kokas, U of Virginia, USA
Wenshan Jia, Chapman U, USA
Mouri Yoshitaka, Tokyo U of the Arts, JAPAN
This preconference is focused on the transformations of East Asian media production associated with the rise of China as a
production centre, a large cultural market, and the centre of a growing number of strategic alliances ad coproduction arrangements in
the region. The preconference provides a platform for conversations about how this is having impacts in the region, and for film, TV,
games and other digital content industries in Japan, Korea and other countries in the East Asian region. It also considers rethinking
in the upper echelons of the Chinese state about how to revitalise media production sector, and content aimed at domestic markets in
particular, to reverse China’s ‘cultural trade deficit,’ and generate new forms of ‘cultural soft power.’
1101
Wednesday
09:00-17:00
Conference Room
Preconference: Communicating With New Power Blocs: Culture and Ethics in BRICS Media
Sponsored Sessions
Participants
Claiming their Heritage: Concerned Citizens' Communication
Charu Uppal, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Towards a More Balanced Ecological Agenda: China's Environmental Communication and its International Narratives
Jingling Qian, U of International Business and Economics, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
BRICS News-Making as Uncharted Waters for Euro-Atlantic Audiences
Dominique Lemoine, U du Quebec – Montreal, CANADA
Power Asymmetries in BRICS Media
Dani Madrid-Morales, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Putin’s War in Syria: Russian Media and the Justifications of Intervention
Ethan Stokes, U of Alabama, USA
Ryan Williams, U of Texas, USA
Skye C Cooley, Mississippi State U, USA
Geopolitical Visions in Chinese Media
Randy Kluver, Texas A&M U, USA
Jacquelyn Chinn, Texas A&M U, USA
Robert Hinck, Texas A&M U, USA
Reception and Impact of BRICS Soft Power
Winston Mano, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Manufacturing Ideological Consent: A Structural Analysis of the Agenda Setting Role of CCTV-Africa
Yu Xiang, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Investigation on the Chinese Diasporic Newspaper in 31 Countries: "International Bridgeheads" for Chinese New Media Industry
Jack Liu, Guangdong U of Foreign Studies, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
How Organic is BRICS?: Towards the Future of International Communication
Jia Xu, Fudan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yonghua Zhang, Shanghai U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Public Relations Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets With Special Reference to BRICS: Challenges and Opportunities
Gilbert Motsaathebe, Office of the Premier, North West Provincial Government, SOUTH AFRICA
Russia’s Potential Weaknesses and Strengths of Communicating Power
Ekaterina Kalinina, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
The Occupy Movement in Hong Kong: A Comparison Between Xinhua, Hong Kong, and AP News Coverage
Yin Wu, U of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Charting the BRICS Media Landscape Through the Examination of Reality Television
William R. Davie, U of Louisiana, USA
Influence of Ethnicity and Religion on the Voting Pattern of Nigerian Electorate as Represented in their Media as a New Power Bloc
Godwin Ehiarekhian Oboh, Benson Idahosa U, NIGERIA
Respondents
Sudeshna Roy, Stephen F Austin State U, USA
Colin Sparks, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Shakuntala Rao, State U of New York - Plattsburgh, USA
Xin Zhong, Renmin U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Elena Vartanova, Lomonosov Moscow State U, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Daya Thussu, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Herman Wasserman, U of Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA
The influence and relevance of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) countries are being increasing felt in the
global media arena, as has been evident in recent international news coverage of events in the member countries, such as Chinese
moves to devalue their currency and the state visits abroad of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to court the Indian diaspora.
Russia is in the news too with its military intervention in Syria and the continuing conflict in Ukraine; Brazil’s corruption scandal
around petroleum giant. While the concept of BRICS is problematic in that they are very different countries, nevertheless they have
in common a rapid and globalised growth in their media systems.
1107
Wednesday
09:00-17:00
Conference Room
Preconference: The Power of Presence: Using Telepresence Theory, Research, and Applications to Enhance Mediated
Communication Experiences in the 21st Century
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Matthew Lombard, Temple U, USA
The term ‘presence’ has many formal and informal meanings but is used by a growing interdisciplinary scholarly community to refer
to experiences in which technology is overlooked or misconstrued in some way during a mediated experience. Long a focus of those
who study virtual reality and environments, it’s increasingly relevant to a wide range of media experiences. The primary objective of
the preconference will be to introduce communication scholars and practitioners to the centrality, pervasiveness, value, and power of
presence phenomena, theory and research within and beyond the diverse field of communication. A secondary goal will be to deepen
and update knowledge of those already familiar with presence
1110
Wednesday
09:00-17:00
Room 1901-1903
Preconference: Workshop on Mining Social Media for Communication Research
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Jonathan J.H. Zhu, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Hai Liang, U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Fujio Toriumi, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Tai-Quan Winson Peng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
The emergence of social media has provided both opportunities and challenges for communication research. However, the existing
tools (such as manual content analysis and SPSS package) with which communication scholars are familiar become increasingly
inadequate. As such, there has been an urgent need for in-depth knowledge and hands-on skills of computational methods
throughout the field. To serve the need, this one-day workshop aims to: (1) demonstrate the potentials of mining social media for
communication research by introducing the most recent empirical studies on social media from communication and neighbouring
fields (e.g., information science, political science, sociology, and management); and (2) introduce the fundamental and medium-level
knowledge and skills in mining social media for communication research.
1114
Wednesday
09:00-17:00
Conference Room
Preconference: Algorithms, Automation, and Politics
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Philip Howard, U of Washington, USA
Samuel C Woolley, U of Washington, USA
Research has revealed that algorithms and automation are being used by political actors in online efforts to sway public opinion. In
some circumstances, the ways coded automation interacts with human users is unforeseeable--even by the engineers who build such
programs. In others, individuals and organizations work to build software that targets voters, activists, and political opponents.
Understanding the ways technologies like these are used to spread propaganda on social media sites and manipulate political
outcomes elsewhere online, and the possible effects they have on a range of citizens worldwide, is a pressing problems for scholars
of communication. This preconference seeks to address these problems and explore a broad range of interdisciplinary questions
related to algorithms, automation, and political communication.
1204
Wednesday
09:30-17:30
Auditorium and Lecture
Hall A
1211
Wednesday
09:30-16:00
Conference Room
Preconference: Mobile Communication ("The All-Powerful Mobile")
Sponsored Sessions
Preconference: Just Games? Considering How Digital Games Can be More Than Entertainment
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Teresa Lynch, Indiana U, USA
Driven by Japanese innovation in the early 1980s to its global extensions today, digital gaming has become pervasive not only in our
contemporary mediascape, but as part of our broader cultures. Contemporary digital gaming derives much of its legacy from
Japanese origins and with Japan hosting this year’s ICA conference, this pre-conference theme asks us to look beyond games merely
as a means for entertainment and to consider the positive role of digital gaming in our lives. The goal of this preconference is to
consider the history, future, ethics, and nature of games as prosocial forces.
2061
Thursday
08:00-17:00
Sage
Preconference: Big Data: Critiques and Alternatives
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Greg Elmer, Ryerson U, CANADA
Ganaele Langlois, York U, CANADA
Alison Powell, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Alessandra Renzi, Northeastern U, USA
Participants
Scandal-Mining: Assessing the Big Data Electoral Landscape
Daniel Trottier, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Datafied ‘Threats’: Uses of Social Media for Policing Domestic Extremism and Disorder in the UK
Lina Dencik, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Arne Hintz, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Big Data and Governance: Rendering Government Uses Knowable, Transparent, and Accountable
Joanna Redden, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
The ‘Regime of Ethics’ of Big Data
Joao Carlos Magalaes, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Rethinking Relations Between Law and Data
Jake Goldenfein, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Andrew Kenyon, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Umbrellas Forgotten: Practical Implications of the ‘Right to be Forgotten’ in Big Data Research
Rebekah Tromble, Leiden U, THE NETHERLANDS
Data Sharing Platforms: Alternative Model or Uberisation of Research
Jean-Christophe Plantin, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Christian Sandvig, U of Michigan, USA
Carl Lagoze, U of Michigan, USA
Pioneer Communities: Collective Actors of Deep Mediatization
Andreas Hepp, U of Bremen, GERMANY
Successor Systems: Lessons for Big Data From Feminist Epistemology and Activism
R.Stuart Geiger, U of California-Berkeley, USA
Data Polities in the Laboratory City
Etienne Turpin, U of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA
Tomas Holderness, U of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA
The goal of this preconference is to reflect on alternatives to big data as a predictive model for population control, management and
manipulation. Can we envision a framework through which big data will cease to be necessarily surveillant or personally intrusive?
What would constitute an ethics of big data use? Beyond control, what kinds of relations between humans, between humans and
their environment, and between humans and non-humans could be built through big data? What might be the consequences of
placing different actors – citizens, activists, or even animals and plants - at the centre of data collection paradigms?
2072
Thursday
08:00-12:00
Ocean Penthouse
International Communication Association Executive Committee Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Amy B. Jordan, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Francois Heinderyckx, U Libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM
Cynthia Stohl, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Peter Monge, U of Southern California, USA
Laura Sawyer, International Communication Association, USA
Michael L. Haley, International Communication Association, USA
Paula M Gardner, McMaster U, CANADA
2108
Thursday
08:30-17:00
Conference Room
Preconference: Communicating the Power of Visual Images: ICA Young Scholars Preconference on Conceptualizing and
Communicating Visual Communication Research Projects
Sponsored Sessions
This one-day preconference brings together young scholars from all ICA divisions and interest groups who focus on visual images in
their research projects.
2131
Thursday
08:30-17:00
Kusu
2132
Thursday
08:30-17:00
Kashi
Preconference: 7th Annual Doctoral Consortium of the Communication Technology Division Breakout
Sponsored Sessions
Preconference: 7th Annual Doctoral Consortium of the Communication Technology Division
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Benjamin H. Detenber, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Participation is by invitation only.
2147
Thursday
08:30-17:00
Yoh
Preconference: Crossing Borders: Researching Transnational Media History - Breakout
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Nour Halabi, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Manuel Menke, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Nicole Maurantonio, U of Richmond, USA
Nelson Costa Ribeiro, U Católica Portuguesa, PORTUGAL
Participants
Transforming Symbolisms: Reinterpreting the Goddess of Democracy as the Victims of Communism Memorial
Samantha Oliver, Annenberg School for Communication, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Managing China’s Image Through Their Eyes: Co-Optation, Co-Operation and Western Journalists in Wartime China, 1937-1945
Yong Z. Volz, U of Missouri, USA
Shifting Kanji Transnationally: Japan’s National Language Program and a U.S. Japanese-Language Newspaper Before and After
WWII
Kristin L. Gustafson, U of Washington, USA
Beyond Western Europe: Public Service Broadcasting as a Global Historical Moment
Jerome Bourdon, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Nahuel Ribke, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
‘Americanization of the Press’: The Success of American Journalism in the Habsburg Empire, 1850-1910
Gabriele Melischek, Austrian Academy of Sciences, AUSTRIA
Pacific Crossings? American Progressivism and the Making of Journalism in China From the Late 19th Century to 1920s
Junbin Su, Xiamen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The German Immigration and its Impact on the Development of an Advertising Industry: The Case of the Land of Israel in the 1930
Osnat Roth-Cohen, Ariel U and Bar Ilan U, ISRAEL
Life in Exile: The Transnational Origins of the Photographically Illustrated Magazine
Annie Rudd, Columbia U, USA
The PRESSA (International Press Exhibition Cologne 1928) and the Conceptualisation of the Press as a Transnational Agent of
Peace
Stephanie Seul, U of Bremen, GERMANY
“Colossal Misunderstanding”: The Transnational Media Narration of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
Julia Sonnevend, U of Michigan, USA
Spreading Vice: The Establishment of Vice Magazine and Vice Media as Transnational Phenomenon in the 1990s
Henrik Bodker, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Transnational Media-Reception as a Mundane Practice. Historical Development of Routines, Motives and Logics of Cross-Border
Media Use
Christian Schwarzenegger, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Beyond Orientalism, or Who’s the “Great Imitator?” Critical Reflections on Japanese Transcultural Influence
Fabienne Darling-Wolf, Temple U, USA
Learn to Produce Classic TV: BBC’s Influences on China’s Early Television Drama Production
George Duo, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
“Fashion” in the Socialism New China: The Chinese Version of International Fashion Magazines During the 1980s and 1990s
Sue Tang, Zhejiang Gongshang U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Japanese Animation as a Model of Cross-Cultural Communication
Vincenzo De Masi, New York Institute of Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
2148
Thursday
08:30-17:00
Kei
Preconference: Crossing Borders: Researching Transnational Media History
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Richard K. Popp, U of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA
David W. Park, Lake Forest College, USA
Nelson Costa Ribeiro, U Católica Portuguesa, PORTUGAL
Thomas Birkner, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Participants
Dreaming of European Media During the Cold War: Louis Armand and the Tour Lumière Cybernétique Project
Dominique Trudel, U du Quebec - Montreal, CANADA
The Transnational Past as Global Present: Challenges to Journalistic Practice at Radio Free Europe During the Cold War
Susan D. Haas, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Broadcasting in the Cause of Peace
David Charles Goodman, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Listening in Secret: The BBC Polish Service 1939-45
Suzanne Franks, City U, UNITED KINGDOM
Reaching the Colonial Territories in Africa and Asia: Portuguese Media Content Travelling to the Empire
Nelson Costa Ribeiro, U Católica Portuguesa, PORTUGAL
Transnational Modernity: The Case of Radio Ceylon
Biswarup Sen, U of Oregon, USA
How Holidays Travel: The Case of Purim
Elihu Katz, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Menahem Blondheim, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
An Empire That Innis Missed: Time and Space Biases in the Persian Empire According to the Biblical Book of Esther
Elihu Katz, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Menahem Blondheim, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Catholics and Censorial Transnationalism: Comparing Catholic Film Censorship Strategies and Practices (1946-1970)
Daniël Biltereyst, Ghent U, BELGIUM
BBC Monitoring: Watching the World
Suzanne Franks, City U, UNITED KINGDOM
History Sells! But What Kind of Historical Narratives are Sold? An Analysis of the Presentation of Transnational History in
European Popular History Magazines
Manuel Menke, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Susanne Kinnebrock, Augbsurg U, GERMANY
Producing Global Media Memories: Media Events and the Power Dynamics of Transnational Television History
Lars Lundgren, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Christine Evans, U of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA
“The 10 Most Evil People in History:” How Ordinary People Communicate History in Social Media. (Trans)National Perspectives,
Historical Factuality and the Race for Maximized Attention
Christian Schwarzenegger, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Transnational History and Media Memories: Facebook as Transnational Digital Archive?
Anne Kaun, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Fredrik Stiernstedt, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Researching Transnational Media History: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges
Barbie Zelizer, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Sandra Braman, Texas A&M U, USA
Susanne Kinnebrock, Augbsurg U, GERMANY
Intervision: TV-Program Exchange and Cultural Media Life in Eastern Europe Between 1960-1993
Yulia Yurtaeva, Film U Babelsberg Konrad Wolf, GERMANY
The British Ministry of Information as Transnational Publisher
Marc Wiggam, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Radio ‘in Translation’
Richard Rudin, Liverpool John Moores U, UNITED KINGDOM
Respondents
Michael Schudson, Columbia U, USA
Gabriele Balbi, U of Lugano, SWITZERLAND
This ICA preconference is dedicated to considering the history of media that operates across national borders. Indeed,
communication has long been a central theme in historical schools of thought that stress the networked and interdependent nature of
both the ancient and modern worlds. As such, we welcome papers on a wide array of historically grounded themes that explore
transnational communication. States, businesses, commercial networks, and other institutions have long been preoccupied with
managing the flow of communication across borders. These patterns raise numerous questions regarding the institutions connected to
these flows, the messages they circulate, and the audiences they reach.
2130
Thursday
09:00-16:00
Nire
Preconference: Journalism Studies Graduate Student Colloquium
Sponsored Sessions
Participants
Urban Matters: The Convergence and Contrasts of Journalistic Identity, Organizational Identity, and Community Identity at a City
Magazine
Joy Michelle Jenkins, U of Missouri, USA
Navigating a Landscape of Changing Media: Constructing a Roadmap to Discover Contributors to Knowledge Gaps
Kim Baker, U of Alabama, USA
Towards Crowdfunded Journalism
Niv Mor, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Party-Market Corporatism, Patron-Client Relationship, and the Evolving Dynamics of Media Production in Contemporary China: A
Longitudinal Analysis on the Nanfang Newspapers
Chu-Jie Chen, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Subnational Comparative Approach in Media Studies: Comparing Anti Press-Violence at the Mexican Provinces
Jose Antonio Brambila, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Is Positive News, News? Journalistic Norms and News Values in a Multinational Chinese Newsroom
Dani Madrid-Morales, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Attribute Agenda Setting of Human Rights in NGO Journalism and Traditional News
Lindsey Erin Blumell, Texas Tech U, USA
Hong Kong’s Financial Journalism
Suk Fun Leung, School of Communication Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Trust Between Journalists and Politicians’
Marco Rustemeyer, U of Muenster, GERMANY
The Political Coverage in German Tabloids in the Course of Time
Ursula Ohliger, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Journalistic Coverage of a Community
Jonas Appelberg, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Media Representation of the News of the World Phone Hacking Scandal and the Leveson Inquiry
Binakuromo Ogbebor, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
The Study of Reporters’ Knowledge
Aviv Barnoy, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
The Engaging Effect of Exemplars
Kim Andersen, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
The Fabric of a Discursive Object the Ethics of Journalistic Practices in Times of War: The Case of the Ivorian Civil War of 2011
Oulai Goue, U de Montreal, CANADA
The Impact of Online Citizen Criticism on Media Accountability: A Comparative Study of Kenya and South Africa
David Cheruiyot, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Single-Issue Sources in News Coverage of Keystone XL
Tim Wood, New York U, USA
Eye and I Are One: (dis)Embodied Vision in Photojournalism
Tara Pixley, U of California - San Diego, USA
Towards a Typology of Conflict Frames
Guus Bartholome, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Media’s Censorship of the Nira Radia News Story
Swati Maheshwari, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Role of State-Run Media in a Façade Democracy: Coverage of Presidential Elections in Belarus
Tatsiana Karaliova, U of Missouri, USA
The Journalism Studies Graduate Student Colloquium brings together PhD candidates working in journalism studies with
experienced scholars in the field. The Colloquium is part of the Journalism Studies Division’s commitment to academic mentorship
and will be held as preconference in conjunction with the 2016 Annual Conference of the International Communication Association
in Fukuoka, Japan. Its goal is to contribute actively to the professional development of young scholars by giving them an opportunity
to present and discuss their research in a constructive and international atmosphere. Participating graduate students will receive
project-specific feedback from recognized experts in the field, as well as general career development advice.
2133
Thursday
09:00-16:00
Kaede
2140
Thursday
09:00-17:00
Rigel
Preconference: Journalism Studies Graduate Student Colloquium Breakout
Sponsored Sessions
Preconference: Remembering, Regulating, and Resilience: Investigating the Communicative Accomplishment of Safety and
Reliability Organizing
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Joshua B. Barbour, U of Texas, USA
Craig R. Scott, Rutgers U, USA
Participants
Questioning the Unquestionable: Challenges to Passenger and Patient Safety
Alexandra Murphy, DePaul U, USA
“Mobile-izing” the Communicative Accomplishment of Safety: Organizational Communication Perspectives and the Study of
Wireless Emergency Alerts
Hamilton Bean, U of Colorado Denver, USA
Disaster Within a Disaster: Investigating Philippine Government’s Communication and Management Response on the Haiyan Crisis
in Tacloban
Reggy Capacio Figer, Nagoya U, JAPAN
Characterizing Organizational Resilience in Competing and Converging Crisis Narratives
Timothy Sellnow, U of Kentucky, USA
Deanna Dee Sellnow, U of Central Florida, USA
Matthew Seeger, Wayne State U, USA
Communicative Accomplishment of Risk and Safety During a Nuclear Emergency Exercise
Salla-Maaria Laaksonen, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Maarit Pedak, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Salli Hakala, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Minttu Tikka, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Antti Silvast, U of Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM
Community Leadership in the Resilience Process
Toru Kiyomiya, Seinan Gakuin U, JAPAN
Intersections Between Past and Future Risk Management Discourses
Jody Jahn, U of Colorado - Boulder, USA
Safety and Organizational Narrative: An Example From China
Juana Juan Du, Royal Roads U, CANADA
Hongzhong Zhang, Beijing Normal U, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Respondents
Keri Keilberg Stephens, U of Texas - Austin, USA
William J. Kinsella, North Carolina State U, USA
Chih-Hui Lai, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Timothy Coombs, U of Central Florida, USA
Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue U, USA
Safety and the organizational systems that constitute it are increasingly at the center of important public discussions. The regulation
of complex industrial systems such as nuclear power plants, organizational responses to crisis including active shooter incidents,
environmental protection and resource management in oil and gas exploration, safety and error in healthcare organizations offer just
a few relevant examples. Communication scholarship is distinctively well-poised to contribute to our understanding of the
organizational systems implicated in such settings. This preconference brings together communication scholars interested in the
communicative accomplishment of safety, reliability, and resilience.
2141
Thursday
09:00-17:00
Vega
Preconference: The Politics and Economics of Chinese New Media Industries
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Zhan Li, Xiamen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Min Jiang, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
Jing Wu, Peking U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Weiyu Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Bingchun Meng, London School of Economics, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Junbin Su, Xiamen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yanfang Wu, U of Missouri, USA
Miao Feng, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Zehui Dai, Bowling Green State U, USA
Le Han, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Yu Xu, U of Southern California, USA
Zhiqiu Zhou, Northwestern U, USA
Lize Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Hui Xiong, Xiamen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Lianrui Jia, York U, CANADA
Lin Zhang, U of Southern California, USA
Hatty Liu, Simon Fraser U/Communication U of China, CANADA
Kecheng Fang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Gianluigi Negro, U of Lugano, ITALY
Min Tang, U of Illinois, USA
Hongmei Li, Miami U, USA
Juan Du, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
weishan miao, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Yunxia Pang, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Benedetta Brevini, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Terence T. Lee, Murdoch U, AUSTRALIA
Stephen D. Reese, U of Texas, USA
Hongzhe Wang, Peking U, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Jian Zhang, Xiamen U, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Lotus Yang Ruan, U of British Columbia, CANADA
Bjarke Liboriussen, U of Nottingham Ningbo, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Paul Martin, U of Nottingham Ningbo, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Andrew White, U of Nottingham Ningbo, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Jie Gu, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Susan Leong, Curtin U, AUSTRALIA
With the global reach of Chinese IT companies and the international ambition of Chinese government, it is imperative to understand
how the new developments in Chinese digital media industries, are reconfiguring the politics and the economics of information and
communication technologies (ICTs). Moreover, it is important to understand how traditional media such as mainstream newspapers
respond to such changes and incorporate digitalization into their own industry plans. This preconference aims to invite scholars from
all over the world to tackle the issue, primarily using China as a context in which innovative research questions and methods can be
applied. Selected full papers will be included in a special issue for a prestigious international journal, to be published in mid2017/early-2018.
2142
Thursday
09:00-17:00
Kiku
Preconference: New Media and Citizenship in Asia: Communicating With Power
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Nojin Kwak, U of Michigan, USA
Marko M. Skoric, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Natalie Pang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Baohua Zhou, Fudan U, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Tetsuro Kobayashi, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Scott W. Campbell, U of Michigan, USA
Junho Choi, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Networked Measuring Citizenship After Fukushima
Yasuhito Abe, Doshisha U, JAPAN
Framing the 2013 Singapore Riots: A Multi-Method Analysis of Print Versus Social Media
Saifuddin Ahmed, U of California, Davis, USA
Kokil Jaidka, Independent Researcher, INDIA
Jaeho Cho, U of California - Davis, USA
Digital Privacy and Citizenship: An Ethnographic and Comparative Analysis of Low-Income Youth’s Usage of Mobile Phones in
India and Brazil
Payal Arora, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
National Security vs. Human Rights: News Frames, Official Sources and Alternative Voices in the U.S. Media Landscape of North
Korea
Kristen Bialik, U of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
From (Anti-Mainland) Sinophobia and Shibboleths to Mobilization on a Taiwanese Message Board
Joshua Cader, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Intertextuality and Nationalism Discourse: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Microblog Posts on Umbrella Movement
Mengjun Jun Guo, U of Washington, USA
Who Leads Advocacy Through Social Media in Japan? Evidence From the “Tsukuba Civic Activities Cyber-Square” Facebook Page
Sae Okura, U of Tsukuba, JAPAN
Muneo Kaigo, U of Tsukuba, JAPAN
Financial Camaraderie through ‘Band’: An Ethnography of a Wealth-Tech Group on a Closed Mobile SNS in South Korea
Bohyeong Kim, U of Massachusetts, USA
Hurdles for VAAs in the Politics of Opacity
Shin Dong Kim, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
“Si Gin Na” (“Brat”) Points out the Emperor New Clothes: Social Media, Juvenile Insolence and Political Articulations in Singapore
Kai Khiun Liew, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Crystal Abidin, U of Western Australia, AUSTRALIA
Mobile Communication and Social Capital in Singapore: A Perspective of How Mobile Phone Use Patterns Links to the Community
Engagement
May O. Lwin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Meiyin Luo, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Opinion Polls versus Social Commenters as Opinion Climate Indicators for Individual Opinion Expression on Website Forums and
Social Media
Elmie Nekmat, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Effects and Selective Exposure of Online Election Campaigns in the 2013 and 2014 Japanese National Elections
Morihiro Ogasahara, Kansai U, JAPAN
Mobile Phones and Its Influence Among Burmese Indian in Myanmar,
Chitra Panchapakesan, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Rich Ling, Nanyang Technological U/Telenor, SINGAPORE
May O. Lwin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Different Platforms, Different Uses, Different Implications? Social Media and Political Participation During the Singapore General
Elections 2015
Natalie Pang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Marko M. Skoric, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Analyzing Political Conversation Through Mobile Communication Logs
Takahisa Suzuki, the Graduate U for Advanced Studies, JAPAN
Tetsuro Kobayashi, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Jeffrey Boase, U of Toronto, CANADA
Converged Agenda-Setting on Social Media: A Case Study of Online Public Opinion on Chinese “Anti-Corruption” Movement
Liu Yang, U of Macau, , CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Wang En, Taobao E-Commerce Business Manager, , CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
New Media, Election and Party Politics: The Case of Taiwan
Francis Yin, Shenzhen U, , CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Internet Trolling of National Intelligence Agency in South Korea
Ho Young Yoon, U of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
The role of new communication technologies—such as the internet, social media, and mobile phones—in political and civic
engagement has generated significant interest not only from scholars, but also organizations, politicians, and ordinary citizens. While
recent events in parts of the world, such as the Umbrella movement in Hong Kong, help recognize the potential of new
communication media as agents contributing to macrolevel political changes, these new communication tools are also utilized in
more traditional political processes, such as electoral campaigns. This preconference aims to showcase innovative scholarly work
examining various subjects concerning the role of social media, mobile phones, and other new communication technologies in the
formation of democratic citizenship writ large—in Asia.
2143
Thursday
09:00-17:30
Ran
Preconference: Populism in, by, and Against the Media
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Benjamin Kramer, LMU Munich, GERMANY
Participants
Theorizing Populist Political Communication. Towards a Model of its Causes, Forms, and Effects
Carsten E. Reinemann, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Toril Aalberg, Norwegian U of Science and Technology - Trondheim, NORWAY
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Populist Political Actors and Populist Political Communication
James Stanyer, Loughborough U, UNITED KINGDOM
Susana Salgado, U of Lisbon, PORTUGAL
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Populism Through and by the Media
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Agnieszka Magdalena Stepinska, Adam Mickiewicz U, POLAND
David Nicolas Hopmann, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Effects of Populist Political Communication Through and by the Media
Carsten E. Reinemann, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Jorg Matthes, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Tamir Sheafer, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Victims of the Mainstream Media? Right Wing Populism and Political Debate in Norway
Torgeir Uberg Naerland, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Magnus Hoem Iversen, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Eirik Vatnoey, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Populist Communication Strategies in News Media in Four European Democracies
Nicole Ernst, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Dominique Stefanie Wirz, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Anne Schulz, U of Zurich, IPMZ, SWITZERLAND
Sven Engesser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
News Media Use and Populist Attitudes: Is There an Unholy Alliance?
Anne Schulz, U of Zurich, IPMZ, SWITZERLAND
Martin Wettstein, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Philipp Mueller, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Dominique Stefanie Wirz, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Christian Schemer, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Werner Wirth, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Populism, Moral Panics, and the Media
Ferruh Yilmaz, Tulane U, USA
Populist Communication in the Self-Presentation of Politicians: A Comparative Content Analysis of Talk Shows, Facebook and
Twitter in Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain, and the US
Sina Blassnig, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Fox News and the Rise of the Journalistic Populism in the United States
Reece Peck, CUNY- College of Staten Island, USA
Media Populism: Understanding the Distinct Role of the Media in the Spread of Populist Discourse
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Nicole Ernst, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Sven Engesser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Florin Buechel, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
The Populist Communication Paradox of PEGDIA: Between “Lying Press” and Journalistic Sources
Kristoffer Holt, Linnaeus U, SWEDEN
Andre Haller, U of Bamberg, GERMANY
Representing the People: Populists on Social Media
Lone Sorensen, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
When Populist Party Politics Meets Online Activism: The Finns Party’s Identity Under Negotiation
Niko Hatakka, U of Turku, FINLAND
Radical and Populist Right-wing Criticism of Mainstream Media
Kristoffer Holt, Linnaeus U, SWEDEN
Respondents
Kristoffer Holt, Linnaeus U, SWEDEN
Nayla Fawzi, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Sven Engesser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
This preconference aims to bring together researchers from all over the world interested in the relationship between populism and
the media. This relationship is at least threefold: 1. Populism in the media: How do the media cover populist actors and discourses?
Does this coverage foster populism in the population and in the political field? 2. Populism by the media: Do the media act as
populist actors themselves who express populist worldviews? Does this form of media populism promote or substitute other populist
actors? 3. Populism against the media: Has media criticism become an integral part of populist ideologies and discourses? How can
we understand and explain the distrust populists have expressed toward the (mainstream) media in many countries?
2145
Thursday
09:00-17:00
Sumire
2154
Thursday
09:00-17:00
Sakura
2249
Thursday
09:30-16:00
Board Room
Preconference: How to Analyze Authority and Power in Interaction: Different Perspectives on a Case Study
Sponsored Sessions
Historically, studies on language and social interaction have often been criticized for their alleged incapacity to deal with questions
of power, coercion and domination. In response, macro-sociologists and critical scholars keep reaffirming the key role that
structures, ideologies and power relationships play in the constitution of interactions. However, they rarely analyze conversations or
dialogues per se, which means that interaction studies seem often immune to this kind of consideration. A growing movement of
scholars has decided to go beyond the sterile opposition between agency and structure by openly analyzing everything that happens
to make a difference in a given interaction.
Preconference: Communication Research Methods 2016: Practices and Challenges
Sponsored Sessions
The Communication Research Methods 2016 (CRM16) preconference aims to bring together scholars from all Divisions and Interest
Groups who are concerned with research methods and practice. There is currently no division or interest group that is explicitly
dedicated to communication research methodology. CRM16 provides a much-needed forum for scholars from all subfields of
communication to discuss original scientific research, best practices, and issues in the area of methodology and research practice,
both qualitative and quantitative.
Preconference: China’s “Internet Plus” Initiative and the Next Generation Internet Research
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Zizhong Zhao, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Jianbin Jin, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Ran Wei, U of South Carolina, USA
Participants
Web 3.0, Big Data and Paradigm Shift in Mobile Media Research
Ran Wei, U of South Carolina, USA
The Status and Prospects of the Internet Plus Initiative in China
Zizhong Zhao, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Internationalizing Internet Plus Research
Shuhua Zhou, Chinese Communication Association, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Warhorse Experiment: An Attempt Based on The Trend of Internet
Zhenzheng Wang, Xinhua Net, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Building Model of User Experience That Based on Biological Sensing Data: A Set of Experimental Analysis in the Nonlinear
Propagation of Internet Era
Yusong Yang, Nanjing U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xiaoli Huang, Nanjing U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Chen Wan, Nanjing U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zhenzheng Wang, Nanjing U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xintong Zhu, Nanjing U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Study of Evaluation and Innovation of Artwork From the Perspective of "Internet Plus"
Zhubin Peng, Hunan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zhefeng Jiang, Hunan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Automation of News Frame Dissemination in Mediated Public Diplomacy: Analysis of Twitter Discussion about Senkaku (Diaoyu)
Dispute
Joon Kyoung Kim, U of South Carolina, USA
China's Mainstream Media and Social Media in the "Two Public Opinion Fields"
Xin Wang, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Research on Big Data Industry Ecosystem in China
Xu Qi, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Assessing the Influence of Customer Reviews on Trust and Online Purchasing Behavior
Mark W. Tatge, U of South Carolina, USA
Technology and Social Transformation: Recoding Identity and Subjectivity of IT Engineers in Modern China
Sophie Sun Ping, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The New Media Empowerment and Resistance of Knowledge Workers: A Debate on the Development of a New Media Product in
Newspaper Group
Jun Xiao, Wuhan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Sixue Huang, Wuhan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Urban Festivals in the Social Media Era: A Case Study on Tokyo Halloween and Shanghai China Joy
Huiming Qiu, Anhui U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Computational Issue of Cross-Platform Agenda-Setting Effect: An Methodological Consideration
Jianbin Jin, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
When Individual Cites Official Television on Wechat: Effect of Credibility on Reader Responses to Food Safety Reports Online
Ji Pan, Shanghai U of Finance and Economics, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Self-Disclosure and Information Privacy Management in SNS
Li Yin, Tianjin Normal U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Understanding Physical Activities Behavior in Mobile Age through an Extension Model of the Theory of Planned Behavior
Mei Wu, U of Macau, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zhihao Ma, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Silk Road Culture Studies: Specimen of Cross Cultural Communication Studies
Lin Yang, Xi’an Jiaotong U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Analysis of Chinese Media "Going Global Strategy" Through Youtube
Jing Zhao, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Research on New Media Education in Universities of Beijing
Zizhong Zhao, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Importance of Strategic Communication in Cross-Cultural Curriculum of Graduate Education
Weidong Liu, Tianjin Normal U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Communication Research About Fashion and Innovations in Professional Education
Meifang Wang, Donghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Characteristics and Changes of the New Media Talent Demand Under the China’s “Internet Plus” Background
Di Lu, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Respondents
Xun Liu, California State U - Stanislaus, USA
Nan Yu, North Dakota State U, USA
Shuhua Zhou, U of Alabama, USA
The preconference will be open to scholars interested in China’s new Internet initiative and next generation Internet research. It
targets Chinese, Asian and International academics.
2446
Thursday
13:00-17:00
Koh
Preconference: Media Performance and Democracy: Defining and Measuring the Quality of News
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Josef Seethaler, Austrian Academy of Sciences, AUSTRIA
Linards Udris, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Participants
Measuring Trends in the News Media’s Democratic Performance
Rodney Evan Tiffen, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Measuring Mediated Contestation: Four Dimensions of Democratic News Cultures
Charlotte Loeb, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Eike Mark Rinke, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Hartmut Wessler, U Mannheim, GERMANY
The Evolution of the VAP Method for Journalism Quality Measurement: Its Specific Adaptations to News Budgets and Natural
Disasters Coverage
Silvia Pellegrini, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Constanza Mujica, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Soledad Puente, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Daniela Grassau, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Putting the “Demos” Back in Democracy: Methodological Implications and Empirical Evidence for Measuring Media Performance
Josef Seethaler, Austrian Academy of Sciences, AUSTRIA
Maren Beaufort, Austrian Academy of Sciences, AUSTRIA
Analyzing the Quality of the News Media – Lessons from a Large-Scale Empirical Project in Switzerland (Yearbook Quality of the
Media
Linards Udris, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Mario Schranz, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Mark Eisenegger, U of Salzburg, Austria, AUSTRIA
Diversity as Proxy for Measuring the Quality of News: Operationalizations for a Large-Scale Research Project on the Norwegian
Media Landscape
Helle Sjovaag, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Truls Pedersen, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Eirik Stavelin, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Sharing News Online: Using Computational Data Metrics for Social Media News Quality and Voice Plurality Assessments
Tim Dwyer, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Fiona Ruth Martin, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Media Performance & Democratic Entitlements: The 2015 UK Televised Election Debates
Giles Moss, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Stephen Coleman, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Jay George Blumler, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Between Proximity and Distance: The Balance in the Transforming Journalism-Audience Relationship as a Criterion for Media
Quality?
Wiebke Loosen, Hans-Bredow-Institut für Medienforschung, GERMANY
Julius Reimer, Hans-Bredow-Institut für Medienforschung, GERMANY
Measuring News Media Quality and Credibility From the Audience’s Perspective
Diana Ingenhoff, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Philipp Bachmann, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Knowledge, Ignorance, and Media Performance: Audience Evaluation of Portrayals of Undocumented Immigrants
Sarah C Bishop, Baruch College, USA
Democratic Theory as a Rationale for Normative Standards and Benchmarks of Media Performance
Raphael Kösters, Heinrich Heine U Düsseldorf, GERMANY
The Environmental Reports of Chinese Traditional Media and the Public Expectations Gap
He Huang, Renmin U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Linlin Liu, Renmin U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zhihao Weng, Renmin U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Respondents
Amy Mitchell, PEW Research Center, USA
Angela Phillips, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
2453
Thursday
13:00-17:00
Fuji
Preconference: Public Deliberation and Dialogue: Building an International Network of Research, Pedagogy, and Service
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Tim Steffensmeier, Kansas State U, USA
This preconference aims to bring together scholars already working on public deliberation and dialogue projects as well as those new
to the field. The aim is to build a stronger international network of support and collaboration by sharing ideas in the areas of
teaching, research, and service. Participants will provide presentations and summaries of connections between their work and pubic
deliberation and dialogue. The preconference will focus on research connections, and it will also address connections to teaching and
service. One of the particular benefits of this subject is the natural blending of the three typical responsibilities of faculty.
2460
Thursday
13:00-17:00
Olive
International Communication Association Annual Board of Directors' Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Amy B. Jordan, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Francois Heinderyckx, U Libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM
Cynthia Stohl, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Paula M. Gardner, McMaster U, CANADA
Colleen Elizabeth Mills, U of Canterbury, NEW ZEALAND
Akira Miyahara, Seinan Gakuin U, JAPAN
Magdalena E. Wojcieszak, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Lilach Nir, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Francois Allard-Huver, Paris Sorbonne U - CELSA, FRANCE
Charlotte Loeb, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Sahara Byrne, Cornell U, USA
James A. Danowski, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Richard K. Popp, U of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA
Seamus Simpson, U of Salford, UNITED KINGDOM
Richard J. Doherty, New England College, USA
Federico Subervi, unaffiliated, USA
Natalia Rybas, Indiana U East, USA
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Eve C. Ng, Ohio U, USA
Travers Scott, Clemson U, USA
Terry Flew, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Kevin B. Wright, George Mason U, USA
Kevin Wise, U of Illinois, USA
Aaron R. Boyson, U of Minnesota - Duluth, USA
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Janice Krieger, U of Florida, USA
Ascan F. Koerner, U of Minnesota, USA
Matt Carlson, Saint Louis U, USA
Alena L. Vasilyeva, U of Massachusetts, USA
Lance Holbert, Temple U, USA
Patricia Frances Phalen, George Washington U, USA
Veronika Karnowski, LMU Munich, GERMANY
Alison Hearn, U of Western Ontario, CANADA
Craig R. Scott, Rutgers U, USA
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Melissa A. Click, U of Missouri - Columbia, USA
Chiara Valentini, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Andrew C. Billings, U of Alabama, USA
Giorgia Aiello, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Laura Sawyer, International Communication Association, USA
Michael L. Haley, International Communication Association, USA
Peter Monge, U of Southern California, USA
Elisia L. Cohen, U of Kentucky, USA
All members are welcome and encouraged to attend the annual meeting of the board of directors.
2825
Thursday
18:30-19:30
Navis B
ICA Fukuoka Opening Plenary: Communicating With Power: From the Geopolitical to the Psychological
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Participants
Seiichi Kondo, Policy Alternatives Research Institute, USA
Cherian George, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
John Gowdy, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
In keeping with communication studies’ engagement with multiple disciplines and different levels of analysis, the Opening Plenary
interprets the conference theme from three distinct perspectives.
2823
Thursday
19:30-21:30
Argos F
ICA's 66th Annual Conference Opening Welcome Reception
Sponsored Sessions
3020
Friday
08:00-09:15
Argos C
Diffusion of Innovations in the 21st Century
Information Systems
Chairs
Do Kyun Kim, U of Louisiana - Lafayette, USA
James W. Dearing, Michigan State U, USA
Participants
Challenges to the Diffusion of Health Innovations to Vulnerable Populations in the 21st Century
Gary L. Kreps, George Mason U, USA
The Cognitive View on the Adoption of Innovations: A Focus on Technology Schemas
Arun Vishwanath, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
The Strong Ties Hypothesis for Innovation Diffusion in the Saturated Web 2.0 Environment: Prolonged Discussion, Repeated
Exposure, and Peer Pressure to Imitate
Kerk F. Kee, Chapman U, USA
Digital Video as Non-Diluted Accelerant in Entrepreneurial Ambition
Stephen Lind, Washington and Lee U, USA
Respondents
Do Kyun Kim, U of Louisiana - Lafayette, USA
James W. Dearing, Michigan State U, USA
This panel of outstanding scholars will feature new developments in the diffusion of innovation framework through highlighting
newly emerging and generalizable patterns about diffusion. They will also speculate about where diffusion and our study of it is
going, and whether those ideas strengthen, expand, and/or challenge the existing diffusion of innovation framework.
3021
Friday
08:00-09:15
Argos D
Important Media and Message Features
Information Systems
Chair
Byungho Park, KAIST, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Viewer Responses to YouTube Product Reviews: The Role of Sponsorship Disclosure and Viewers’ Expectancy
Alexander Pfeuffer, U of Minnesota, USA
Xinyu Lu, U of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA
Yiran Zhang, U of Minnesota, USA
Differences in Processing of Interactive Infographics on Different Screen Sizes and Interface Types
Rachel Lara Davis, U of Missouri, USA
Russell Brent Clayton, Florida State U, USA
Esther Thorson, U of Missouri, USA
Busy Pedestrians: How Media Content Complexity and Sensory Modalities Influence Street-Crossing Performance in Virtual
Environment
Shili Xiong, U of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Kevin Wise, U of Illinois, USA
Effects of Musical Complexity and Intensity on Listener Emotion
Edgar Jamison-Koenig, Indiana U, USA
Robert F. Potter, Indiana U, USA
The Continuance of Orienting to Auditory Structural Features Presented in Natural Listening Conditions
Robert F. Potter, Indiana U, USA
Edgar Jamison-Koenig, Indiana U, USA
Joshua D. Sites, Indiana U, USA
Xia Zheng, Indiana U, USA
Information Introduced in Anime: Information Processing, Physiological Response, and Enjoyment in Entertainment Media
Byungho Park, KAIST, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Impact of Multiple Web Ads on Attention: An Eye Tracking Study
Chen-Chao Tao, National Chiao Tung U, TAIWAN
Text, Image, or Text and Image?
Michael Suelflow, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Pablo B. Jost, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
3022
Friday
08:00-09:15
Argos E
Wanna Join? Teams and Clans in Games
Game Studies
Chair
Alex Leavitt, U of Southern California USA
Participants
A Longitudinal Analysis of Gaming- and Non-Gaming-Related Friendships and Social Support Among Social Online Game Players
Emese Domahidi, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Johannes Breuer, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Rachel Kowert, U of Munster, GERMANY
Ruth Festl, German Youth Institute, GERMANY
Thorsten Quandt, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Methodological Considerations in the Study of Tandem Play
Jason Begy, Concordia U, CANADA
Rainforest Scully-Blaker, Concordia U, CANADA
Sarah Ganzon, Concordia U, CANADA
Mia L. Consalvo, Concordia U, CANADA
Name On! Identity and Naming Practices in Massively Multiplayer Online Games
Jennifer Jenson, York U, CANADA
Kelly Bergstrom, York U, CANADA
Suzanne Christine de Castell, U of Ontario Institute of Technology, CANADA
Ping to Win? Nonverbal Communication and Team Performance in Competitive Online Multiplayer Games
Alex Leavitt, U of Southern California, USA
Brian Christopher Keegan, Northeastern U, USA
Joshua Andrew Clark, U of Southern California, USA
Role Choices in Transitory and Established Teams: An Analysis of the Conventionality of Role Choices Within a Team-Based
Online Game
Lena Uszkoreit, U of Southern California, USA
Joshua Andrew Clark, U of Southern California, USA
3023
Friday
08:00-09:15
Argos F
Visual Cultures of Terror: Examining the Visual Communication of Islamic State (IS(IS))
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Jelle Mast, Vrije U Brussel (VUB), BELGIUM
Participants
Illusions of the ‘Caliphate’: Understanding the Visual Communications of the Islamic State
Shahira S. Fahmy, U of Arizona, USA
“See How You Will Fight With the Heroes!”: Exploring Anticipatory Socialization Messages Distributed through ISIS Recruiting
Videos
Marjorie Buckner, Texas Tech U, USA
David D. Perlmutter, Texas Tech U, USA
The Use of Humor in Response to ISIS’s Graphic Videos
Amal Bakry, Coastal Carolina U, USA
Mainstream News Media's Incorporation of ISIS Imagery: Questions of Graphicness and Authenticity
Jelle Mast, Vrije U Brussel, BELGIUM
The Functional Use of Visuals in Frame-building Processes: How the Flemish Press Portrayed ‘their’ Syria Fighters
Baldwin Van Gorp, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
Jan Boesman, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
This panel provides a multiperspectival look at the highly sophisticated and particularly powerful visual communication of Islamic
State. It zooms in on IS(IS)’ self-communication and ‘preferred narrative’, but also looks further, to how the imagery, or visual
propaganda, that circulates is incorporated and/or contested by other outlets and image providers in today’s media landscape, and the
(counter-)narratives or –frames that are developed in the process. In doing so, the panel bridges scholarship in the domains of visual
communication, journalism studies, organizational communication, and political communication, variously approaching the visual
culture of IS(IS) through the theoretical lenses of strategic communication and organizational assimilation, framing and gatekeeping,
journalistic norms, routines and ethics, and humor as political critique.
3024
Friday
08:00-09:15
Navis A
News as Text: Narrative, Myth, and Exemplars
Journalism Studies
Chair
Erik Albaek, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Participants
National Narratives Within a Global Media Framing?
Julia Lueck, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Hartmut Wessler, U Mannheim, GERMANY
Antal Wozniak, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Temporal Layers in News Narratives
Motti Neiger, Netanya Academic College, ISRAEL
Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
The News as Myth: Representing the Chinese Stock Market Crisis of 2015
Hatty Liu, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
The Dilemmas of Using Exemplars in News Reporting
Christian Elmelund-Prstekr, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
David Nicolas Hopmann, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Morten Skovsgaard, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Enlivening Illustration or Public Opinion? An Analysis of Vox Pop Statements in Political Television News
Kathleen Beckers, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
3025
Friday
08:00-09:15
Navis B
Innovations in Cancer Communication Research
Health Communication
Chair
Elisia L. Cohen, U of Kentucky, USA
Participants
Communicating Complex Information About Cancer Research: An Experimental Comparison of Metaphorical and Low-Literacy
Messages
Janice Krieger, U of Florida, USA
Jordan Neil, U of Florida, USA
It Just Makes Me Feel Better: The Creation and Validation of the Mood-Based Indoor Tanning Scale (MITS)
Nick Carcioppolo, U of Miami, USA
Yixin (Cindy) Chen, Sam Houston State U, USA
Kevin John, Brigham Young U, USA
Andrea Gonzalez Martinez, U of Illinois, USA
Andy J. King, Texas Tech U, USA
Susan E. Morgan, U of Miami, USA
Shasa Hu, U of Miami, USA
Multilevel Factors Associated With Cervical Cancer Screening Among Latinas
Lauren B. Frank, Portland State U, US
Sheila Teresa Murphy, U of Southern California, USA
Nan Zhao, U of Southern California, USA
Meghan Bridgid Moran, Johns Hopkins U, USA
Chih-Ping Chou, U of Southern California, USA
Paula Amezola, U of Southern California, USA
Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach, U of Southern California, USA
The Influences of Self-Efficacy in Medical Drama Programming on Cervical Cancer Preventive Behaviors: From the Perspective of
Social Cognitive Theory
Sungsu Kim, U of Georgia, USA
Jay D. Hmielowski, Washington State U, USA
This is How We Cope: Using PhotoVoice With Parents of Pediatric Cancer Patients
Gabriela Morales, U of New Mexico, USA
3026
Friday
08:00-09:15
Navis C
Hashtags, Tweets, and Instagram
Communication and Technology
Chair
Cornelius Puschmann, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, GERMANY
Participants
Hashtag This! Tagging and Searching Motives
Eunji Lee, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yongjun Sung, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jang Ho Moon, Sookmyung Women’s U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Tae Rang Choi, The U of Texas at Austin, USA
Interaction and Influence on Twitter: A Content Analytic Comparison of User Types on Five Topics
Sanja Kapidzic, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, DE
Christoph Neuberger, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Stefan Stieglitz, U of Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Milad Mirbabaie, U of Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Pace of Life in Cities and the Emergence of Town Tweeters
Dhiraj Murthy, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Lav Varshney, U of Illinois, USA
Alexander Gross, U of Maine, USA
Social Comparison as the Thief of Joy: Emotional Consequences of Viewing Strangers’ Instagram Posts
Dian Afina de Vries, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Marthe Möller, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Anniek Eigenraam, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Kirsten Hamelink, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Marieke Wieringa, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
3030
Friday
08:00-09:15
Nire
Science and Discourse Studies in Health Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Roma Subramanian, U of Missouri, USA
Participants
Effects of Two Journalistic Practices in Reporting Conflicting Health-Related Scientific Evidence on Journalists' and Scientists'
Credibility
Hui Zhang, Colorado State U, USA
Making the Invisible Colleges Visible: An Author Cocitation Analysis of Health Communication Scholarship, 1989-2012
Gang Han, Iowa State U, USA
Chengrui Cai, Iowa State U, USA
Yong Zhou, Renming U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xiuli Wang, Peking U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Di Zhang, Renmin U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Perceived Conflict of Interest in Health Science Partnerships
John C. Besley, Michigan State U, USA
Aaron McCright, Michigan State U, USA
Nagwan Refaat Zahry, Michigan State U, USA
Kevin Elliott, Michigan State U, USA
Joseph Martin, Michigan State U, USA
Norbert Kaminski, Michigan State U, USA
The Discursive and Political Function of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Within the Neoliberal Global Moment
Shomik Chakrabarti, U of South Florida, USA
Viewing Power and Organisational Transparency in Eldercare Through Foucault’s Heterotopic Mirror
Janet Grace Sayers, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
Margaret Ann Brunton, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
3031
Friday
08:00-09:15
Kusu
Perceived Credibility Online
Communication and Technology
Chair
Lei Vincent Huang, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
An Algorithm Wrote This? Psychological Responses to AI News Writers: Eeriness, Branding, and Credibility
Andrew James Gambino, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Jinyoung Kim, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Readers' Perception of Computer-Written News: Credibility, Expertise, and Readability
Andreas Graefe, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Mario Haim, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Bastian Haarmann, Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing and Ergonomics, GERMANY
Hans-Bernd Brosius, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Networks in the Eyes of the Beholder: The Influence of Cognitive Social Networks on Information Credibility Perception and
Sharing Likelihood in Social Media
Dongyoung Sohn, Hanyang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Ranking Versus Reputation: Perception and Effects of Search Results’ Credibility
Alexander T. Haas, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Julian Unkel, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
What Makes YouTube Videos Seem Credible? Examining Credibility Perceptions of YouTube Videos Among Young Adults
Porismita Borah, Washington State U, USA
3032
Friday
08:00-09:15
Kashi
Digital Media, Elections, and Politics
Communication and Technology
Chair
Panayiota Tsatsou, U of Leicester - Department of Media and Communication, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Massive Expectations, Minor Implications? The Link Between Online Media Use And Voting
Sanne Kruikemeier, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jasper van de Pol, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Bodine Van Wingerden, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Viral News and the 2015 Election: Comparing Offline Expectations and Online Realities
Evan Vellis, U of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM
Self-Motivated or Mobilized: Political Participation in a Digital Age
Darren Lilleker, Media School Bornemouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Karolina Koc-Michalska, Audencia Business School, FRANCE
The Personal is Political: The Influence of Facebook Status Updates on the Perception of Politicians
Judith Meinert, U Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Stephan Winter, U Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
3033
Friday
08:00-09:15
Kaede
Can Computers Develop a Nose for News?
Journalism Studies
Chair
Jane B. Singer, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
The Future of Journalism: Humans or Machines
Mark Deuze, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Automation as an Editorial Act
Nicholas Diakopoulos, U of Maryland, USA
Drones as Sensor Platforms: New Dilemmas of Data Detection
Astrid Gynnild, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Perception versus Reality of the Self-Reliant News Audience in the Age of Social and Algorithmic Journalism
Philip M. Napoli, Rutgers U, USA
Inside the Black Box of Algorithmic News Detection: Plus ça Change?
Neil James Thurman, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Stephen Schifferes, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
The panel explores an increasingly crucial aspect of the ongoing controversy about optimal use of digital technologies in news
identification and production: the use and impact of computer algorithms and associated tools that sort, classify, and rate social and
other news sources, and even write “journalistic” stories based on that analysis. Panellists will discuss the utility of computer
algorithms and other increasingly savvy digital tools, including “robots” and drones, in identifying content that might be valuable to
journalists, as well as the issues raised by the growing use of machines to make judgments about everything from source credibility
to newsworthiness. Our overarching concern will be the impact on journalists’ traditional practices and social roles.
3040
Friday
08:00-09:15
Rigel
Contention, Terrorism, and Media
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
William Lafi Youmans, George Washington U, USA
Participants
Evolving Repertoires: Digital Media Use in Contentious Politics
Emad Khazraee, Kent State U, USA
James Losey, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Human Rights Reporting and Press Freedom in Thailand: The Draconian Crackdown Since the 2014 Coup d’Etat
Meghan Sobel, Regis U, USA
The Other Danger Zone: Framing Culture through Documentary after 9/11
Alison N. Novak, Rowan U, USA
Wajeeha A. Choudhary, Drexel U, USA
Al Qaeda in the American Consciousness: Communicative Construction of the Terrorist Actor Through Attribute Framing
Benjamin K Smith, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Andrea Figueroa-Caballero, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Michael Stohl, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
“Separatists” or “Terrorists”? Media Articulation of Ethno-Political Struggles in the East of Ukraine
Olga Baysha, Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
3041
Friday
08:00-09:15
Vega
Audience Connections to Characters
Mass Communication
Chair
Kekeli Kwabla Nuviadenu, Bethune-Cookman U, USA
Participants
Are Good Characters Better for Us? The Effect of Morality Salience on Entertainment Selection and Recovery Outcomes
K. Maja Krakowiak, U of Colorado - Colorado Springs, USA
Mina Tsay-Vogel, Boston U, USA
Story Perspective and Character Similarity as Drivers of Identification and Narrative Persuasion
Hans Hoeken, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Matthijs Kolthoff, HAN Applied U, THE NETHERLANDS
José Sanders, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
The Virtues and Vices of Social Comparisons: Examining Assimilative and Contrastive Emotional Reactions to Media Characters
Mina Tsay-Vogel, Boston U, USA
K. Maja Krakowiak, U of Colorado - Colorado Springs, USA
Why Do We Like Morally Ambiguous Characters? Attributions Impact on Character Appeal
Clare Grall, Michigan State U, USA
Ron Tamborini, Michigan State U, USA
Sujay Prabhu, Michigan State U, USA
Lindsay S Hahn, Michigan State U, USA
Brian Klebig, Michigan State U, USA
Eric R Novotny, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
3042
Friday
08:00-09:15
Kiku
d’CATCH Project as an Educational Program Among Asian Universities for Media Literacy and Intercultural
Understanding
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Seongsoo Baeg, Kanda U of International Studies, JAPAN
Participants
A case study on d’CATCH Project as a intercultural workshop for media literacy and intercultural understanding: its design and
process
Nanatthun Wongbandue, Chulalongkorn U, THAILAND
Reflecting cultural values through intercultural documentaries by Asian youth
Metha Sereethanawong, Chulalongkorn U, THAILAND
The effectiveness of Intercultural Communication
Gengxin Wang, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
A Study on the meaning and the methodology of the visual reflection for intercultural workshops – re-construction of experiences by
photos
Seongsoo Baeg, Kanda U of International Studies, JAPAN
Respondent
Shin Mizukoshi, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Although many satellite broadcastings and SNS are functioning in Asian area today, the flow of information is not equal and
people’s interest in other societies is partial. How can we raise interest and understanding of Asian students to others? This panel
will introduce d’CATCH Project. This project, which centers on ‘Media Literacy’ and ‘Intercultural Understanding,’ is designed and
practices to examine two matters. The first is the representation of Asian people by themselves, and its cause. The second is an
attempt to construct a new media environment to recognize diversity and multiplicity in Asia.
3043
Friday
08:00-09:15
Ran
Media Psychology and the Study of Gender-Related Issues
Mass Communication
Chair
Michael Prieler, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Can Media Help Women Be Better at Math? Stereotype Threat, Selective Exposure, Media Effects & Math Performance
Kate Luong, Ohio State U, USA
Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick, Ohio State U, USA
Idealized Female Beauty, Social Comparisons, and Awareness Intervention Material: Evidence for Preventive Effects in Young
Women
Florian Arendt, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Christina V. Peter, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Julia Beck, Ludwig-Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Online Boundary Work in Stigmatized Communities
Daphna Yeshua-Katz, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice: Do Gender Biases Supersede Other Preferences in Domestic Violence Cases
Osei Appiah, Ohio State U, USA
Lanier Frush Holt, Ohio State U, USA
Katherine R. Dale, Florida State U, USA
Tiffany Nichole White, Ohio State U, USA
3045
Friday
08:00-09:15
Sumire
Selective News Exposure and Political Opinions
Political Communication
Chair
Adam Shehata, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Participants
Role of Racial Attitudes in Selective News Reading and Evaluation
Heesook Choi, U of Missouri, USA
Benjamin Ryan Warner, U of Missouri, USA
Self-Categorization Theory: An Alternative Way to Test News Effects On Polarized Opinion
Jiyoung Han, U of Minnesota, USA
Christopher Federico, U of Minnesota, USA
Social Not Ideological: Political Social Identity, Social Polarization and Selective Exposure
Shira Dvir-Gvirsman, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
When Party and Issue Preferences Clash: Selective Exposure and Attitudinal Depolarization
Michael F. Meffert, Leiden U, THE NETHERLANDS
3046
Friday
08:00-09:15
Koh
Interruptive Images
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chairs
Jason Vincent Aquino Cabanes, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Jonathan Corpus Ong, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Interruptive Icons
Mette Mortensen, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
Disturbingly Racist Image: Interrupting the Discourses of Refugees and National Values in Finland
Mervi Pantti, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Indigenous Imaginaries of Interruptive Photographs
Jason Vincent Aquino Cabanes, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Jonathan Corpus Ong, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Feeling Ethnic, Visualizing Interruption
John Nguyet Erni, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Respondent
Amit Pinchevski, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
The visual is often invested with great optimism in its ability to overcome the cultural and linguistic barriers that permeate many of
today’s multicultural social environments. The ease in which images are created and circulated open up expansive opportunities for
communication with diverse Others. The proliferation of new mobile and digital platforms has also made it simpler for images to be
strategically used for individual self-expression and collective voice, both especially salient for the visibility of marginalized Others.
There is, however, also a need to be cautious about the particular tendencies of the visual to conventionalize, simplify, and,
ultimately, exclude. This panel reflects on whether and how images can destabilize dominant imaginaries we hold of marginalized
Others and ultimately ourselves.
3047
Friday
08:00-09:15
Yoh
Popular Television Audiences and Formats
Popular Communication
Chair
Kirsten Drotner, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Participants
Middle-Class Viewers and Breaking Bad: A Qualitative Examination of Audience and Social Status in the Postnetwork Era
Michael Wayne, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
The Time of Television: Broadcasting, Dailiness, and the New Indian Middle Class
Aswin Punathambekar, U of Michigan, USA
Pavitra Sundar, Kettering U, USA
"I'd Never Watch That!" British Audiences Interpreting "Offensive" Television
Ranjana Das, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Recreating Paternal Love in the Chinese Way: The Sino-Korean Reality Programme Format Transfer of Where Are We Going? Dad!
Ka Fai Cheung, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
3048
Friday
08:00-09:15
Kei
The Power of Dialogue in Public Relations
Public Relations
Chair
Marianne Sison, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Building Relationships Through Dialogic Communication: Organizations, Stakeholders, and Computer-Mediated Communication
Augustine Pang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Wonsun Shin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Zijian Lew, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Joseph B. Walther, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Strategic Rhetoric, Dialogue, and the Long Now
Michael L. Kent, U of Tennessee Knoxville, USA
Petra Theunissen, Auckland U of Technology, NEW ZEALAND
Dump the Dialogue? Constraints and Challenges in the Implementation of Kent and Taylor’s Dialogic Principles in Public Relations
Practice
Anne B Lane, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Between “Challengers and Powerholders”: Framing of Issues Through Dynamic Discursive Processes in a Digital Arena
Silvia Ravazzani, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Carmen Daniela Maier, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Building Bridges: Scaffolding the Public Relations Writing Curriculum
Anne B Lane, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Kim A. Johnston, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Respondent
Dean Kruckeberg, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
3049
Friday
08:00-09:15
Board Room
Green Advertising, Sustainable Consumption, and Business Practices
Environmental Communication
Chair
Philip Solomon Hart, U of Michigan, USA
Participants
Being Green Is Being Luxurious: How Green Appeals Add Luxury to Utilitarian Products
Marijn H. C. Meijers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Peeter Verlegh, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Misleading Consumers With Green Advertising? Comparing the Effects of False and Vague Greenwashing Claims
Desiree Schmuck, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Brigitte Naderer, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Using Subtle Environmental Cues to Motivate Sustainable Consumption: A Field Study
Marijn H. C. Meijers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Marret K. Noordewier, Leiden U, THE NETHERLANDS
Maartje Meijs, Tilburg U, THE NETHERLANDS
Do it Yourself, Together
Annette Klarenbeek, U of Applied Science Hanzehogeschool Groningen, THE NETHERLANDS
Ton Batens, EMMA Communicatie, THE NETHERLANDS
Joanna Duarte, U of Applied Science Hanzehogeschool Groningen, THE NETHERLANDS
3050
Friday
08:00-09:15
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Analyses in Innovative Studies of Relations Between Public
Discourse and Political Decision-Making
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Jostein Gripsrud, U of Bergen, NORWAY
According to the official norms of liberal democracies, the mediated public sphere is to offer ways in which the public can influence
political decision-making through functioning as a “sounding board” for complaints, grievances, new ideas etc that shapes the public
agenda. Having achieved funding for a comparative four year project on public discourse on immigration in the Scandinavian public
spheres between 1970 and 2015, the initiators of this workshop would like to invite fellow scholars to a “crowdsourcing” session on
suitable and innovative methodologies for empirical studies of how or to which degree public discourse actually does influence
political decision-making.
3051
Friday
08:00-09:15
Anzu
Inside Journalism Organizations
Media Industry Studies
Journalism Studies
Chair
D. Charles Whitney, Northwestern U Qatar, QATAR
Participants
Opportunity or Risk? How News Organizations Frame Social Media in Their Guidelines for Journalists
Jayeon (Janey) Lee, Lehigh U, USA
#SocialJournalism: Local News Media on Twitter
Kelly Meyer, U of Akron, USA
Tang Tang, U of Akron, USA
How Do Social Media Blur the Boundary Between Mass and Interpersonal Communications? A Comparative Study of Newspapers
and Social Media in Japan, Korea, and Finland
Joo-Young J. Jung, International Christian U, JAPAN
Mikko Villi, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Value, Culture, and Gender Differences in Nordic Newspaper Editors and Their Decisions
George Sylvie, U of Texas, USA
Angela M. Lee, U of Texas - Dallas, USA
Seth C. Lewis, U of Oregon, USA
Deepa Fadnis, U of Texas, USA
Serendipitous Processes in Media Work: Exploring the Value of Creative Coincidences in Media Organizations
Nando Malmelin, Aalto U, FINLAND
Sari Virta, U of Tampere, FINLAND
3052
Friday
08:00-09:15
Hagi
Support and Coping in Interpersonal Relationships
Interpersonal Communication
Chair
Jeff Youngquist, Oakland U, USA
Participants
A Theory of Social Identity Support in the Context of Everyday Racial Discrimination: What Type of Support Messages Work and
Why?
Uttara Manohar, Miami U, USA
Susan Lee Kline, Ohio State U, USA
A Mixed-Method Approach to Understanding Supportive Interactions: Support Seekers’ Problem Disclosures and Support Provider
Reactions
Jennifer S. Priem, Wake Forest U, USA
Steven Michael Giles, Wake Forest U, USA
Comparing the Roles of Social Network Sites and In-Person Communications in Social Support, Sociocultural Adjustment, and
Well-Being Among International Student Sojourners
Cherrie Joy Billedo, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Peter Kerkhof, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Catrin Finkenauer, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Expressive Writing to Cope With Relational Transgressions: Tests of a Dual-Process Model of Expressive Writing and its Effects on
Forgiveness Communication and Testosterone
John Patrick Crowley, Colorado State U, USA
Amanda Denes, U of Connecticut, USA
Shana Makos, Colorado State U, USA
Joseph Whitt, Colorado State U, USA
Shame, Remorse, Humiliation, and Power: Exploring Emotions Reported, Expressed, and Communicated by Bullies and Victims
Ross Buck, U of Connecticut, USA
Zhan Xu, U of Connecticut, USA
3053
Friday
08:00-09:15
Fuji
Constructions and Contestations of Gender in Gaming, Retail Ads, Sports Coverage, Prison Dramas, and Pornography
Feminist Scholarship
Participants
Gender, Nationalism and Individualism: How Chinese Media Construct Tennis Elite During International Sporting Events
Qingru Xu, U of Georgia, USA
Portrayal of Women and Men in Chilean Retail Advertising: Female Stereotypes in a Society With Feminine Character?
William Porath, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Claudia Labarca, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Enrique Vergara, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Paulina Gomez-Lorenzini, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Dominating the (Female) Incarcerated Body: Gender and Medical Control in Television Prison Dramas
Katherine A Foss, Middle Tennessee State U, USA
From Cum Shots to Cunnilingus, the Agentic and Objectifying Scripts of Feminist and Mainstream Pornography
Niki Fritz, Indiana U, USA
Calling In Instead of Calling Out: Intergenerational Feminist Praxis in Digital Games Scholarship and Activism
Alison Harvey, U of Leicester - Department of Media and Communication, UNITED KINGDOM
Stephanie Fisher, York U, CANADA
3054
Friday
08:00-09:15
Sakura
The Annals of the International Communication Association Editorial Board Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
David R. Ewoldsen, Michigan State U, USA
Participants
Miyase Christensen, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Thomas Hanitzsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Weiyu Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Herman Wasserman, U of Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA
David Boromisza-Habashi, U of Colorado - Boulder, USA
Sahara Byrne, Cornell U, USA
Jean Burgess, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Matt Carlson, Saint Louis U, USA
John P. Caughlin, U of Illinois, USA
Arul Chib, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Hsiang Iris Chyi, U of Texas, USA
Jonathan Cohen, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Francois Cooren, U de Montreal, CANADA
Robert T. Craig, U of Colorado - Boulder, USA
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Paul D'Angelo, The College of New Jersey, USA
John D.H. Downing, Northwestern U in Qatar, USA
Mohan Jyoti Dutta, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Daniel C. Hallin, U of California - San Diego, USA
Evelyn Y. Ho, U of San Francisco, USA
Lance Holbert, Temple U, USA
Chia-Fang (Sandy) Hsu, U of Wyoming, USA
Veronika Karnowski, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Marwan M. Kraidy, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Timothy Kuhn, U of Colorado - Boulder, USA
Chul-joo Lee, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Eun-Ju Lee, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Francis L. F. Lee, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Robin Elizabeth Mansell, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Jorg Matthes, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Toby Miller, U del Norte, COLOMBIA
Peter Neijens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell U, USA
Mary Beth Oliver, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Zizi A. Papacharissi, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sudeshna Roy, Stephen F Austin State U, USA
Jennifer A. Samp, U of Georgia, USA
Dietram A. Scheufele, U of Wisconsin, USA
Holger Schramm, U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Federico Subervi, unaffiliated, USA
S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State U, USA
David Tewksbury, U of Illinois, USA
Gavan Titley, Centre for Media Studies, IRELAND
Karen Tracy, U of Colorado, USA
Chiara Valentini, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Patti M. Valkenburg, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Alena L. Vasilyeva, U of Massachusetts, USA
Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Michael Andrew Xenos, U of Wisconsin, USA
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Katharine Sarikakis, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Kath Burton, Routledge, USA
3060
Friday
08:00-09:15
Olive
Political Discourse, Ideology, and the Media
Political Communication
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Kimberly A. Gross, George Washington U, USA
Participants
Beyond the Four Theories: Towards a Discourse Approach to the Comparative Study of Media and Politics
Florian Toepfl, Free U of Berlin, GERMANY
Ideology in the age of Mediatized Politics
Angelos Kissas, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Liberal Articulations of the 'Enlightenment' in the Greek Public Sphere
Yiannis Mylonas, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Symbolic Mobilization: Making Political Discourse at the Chinese Premier’s Press Conference, 1993-2012
Yan Yi, East China Normal U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
3061
Friday
08:00-09:15
Sage
I Know You Because I Saw You on TV, but Where Am I? Youth, Stereotypes, and Prejudice
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Mexican Children’s Understanding of Criminals: A Social Representations Study
Beatriz Elena Inzunza-Acedo, U de Monterrey, MEXICO
Wanting to See People Like Me? Racial and Gender Diversity in Popular Adolescent Television
Morgan E. Ellithorpe, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Amy Bleakley, U of Pennsylvania, USA
The Influence of Televised Gender Stereotypes and Counterstereotypes on Girls’ Perceptions of STEM
Bradley J. Bond, U of San Diego, USA
Media, Movies, and Anti-Muslim Prejudice in India
Saifuddin Ahmed, U of California - Davis, USA
Respondent
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Texas A&M U, USA
3220
Friday
09:30-10:45
Argos C
ICA Annual Member Meeting and New Member/Student and Early Career Representative Orientation
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Amy B. Jordan, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Francois Heinderyckx, U Libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM
Cynthia Stohl, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Francois Allard-Huver, Paris Sorbonne U - CELSA, FRANCE
Charlotte Loeb, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Michael L. Haley, International Communication Association, USA
John Paul Gutierrez, International Communication Association, USA
Paula M. Gardner, McMaster U, CANADA
Laura Sawyer, International Communication Association, USA
This session is designed to provide opportunity for all members to raise issues regarding the association. It is your opportunity to
interact with the Executive Committee and help shape the association and its future direction. You will also gain an overview of
ICA, the conference, and opportunities for participation. ALL MEMBERS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND.
Refreshments will be provided.
3221
Friday
09:30-10:45
Argos D
The Role of Emotion in Information Processing
Information Systems
Chair
Roselyn J. Lee-Won, Ohio State U, USA
Participants
Cancer Screening Message Framing in the Social Media Environment: A Closer Look at the Role of Fear
Roselyn J. Lee-Won, Ohio State U, USA
Kilhoe Miranda Na, Ohio State U, USA
Putting the Fear Back Again: A Within-Individuals Perspective to the Role of Fear in Persuasion
Lijiang Shen, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Feeling the Candidates: The Impact of Presidential Candidate Emotions on Voter Responses
Paul David Bolls, U of Missouri, USA
Namyeon Lee, U of Missouri, USA
Jonathon Hambacker, U of Missouri, USA
Lydia Meyer, U of Missouri, USA
Terry Britt, U of Missouri, USA
Mingmin Xuan, U of Missouri, USA
Yitian Gu, U of Missouri, USA
Congrong Zheng, U of Missouri, USA
Lauren Flaker, U of Missouri, USA
Overwhelmed by a Theater-Sized Surrounded Projection Technology: Cognitive Overload, Emotional Responses, and Advertising
Effectiveness Under a Large, Immersive Environment
Byungho Park, KAIST, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Shinyoung Park, KAIST, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Self-Esteem and Public Self-Consciousness Moderate the Emotional Impact of Expressive Writing About Experiences with Bias
Melanie C. Green, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Geoff Kaufman, Carnegie Mellon U, USA
Mary Flanagan, Dartmouth College, USA
The Interplay of News Frames on Emotional and Cognitive Processing
Chau Tong, U of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Michael W. Wagner, U of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Poignancy and Mediated Wisdom of Experience: Narrative Impacts on Willingness to Accept Delayed Rewards
Michael D. Slater, Ohio State U, USA
Mary Beth Oliver, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Markus Appel, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Arousal as a Double Edge Sword in Moderating Ad Placement Effect
Zongyuan Wang, U of Illinois, USA
Kevin Wise, U of Illinois, USA
3222
Friday
09:30-10:45
Argos E
Online and Health Information Seeking: High-Density Panel in Health Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Nadine A. Yehya, American U of Beirut, LEBANON
Participants
"I Support Cancer Awareness": The Effects of Public Commitment on Intentions to Support Health Causes on Facebook
Simin Michelle Chen, U of Minnesota - Twin Cities, USA
Xuan Zhu, U of Minnesota, Twin-Cities, USA
Boosting Acceptance of Online Health Information With a New, Brief Self-Affirmation Intervention
Guido M. Van Koningsbruggen, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Pain Tolerance Increased by Presence in Distant Virtual Environment
Andrea Stevenson Won, Stanford U, USA
Jeremy N. Bailenson, Stanford U, USA
Power of Choice: Tensions Between Desired Quality of Care Criteria on Physician Online Rating Websites
Fabia Bianca Rothenfluh, U of Lugano, SWITZERLAND
Peter J. Schulz, U Della Svizzera Italiana, SWITZERLAND
Relaying Social Support Among Elderly People in China
Miao Liu, U of Utah, USA
Ye Sun, Un of Utah, USA
Yiqing Yang, U of Utah, USA
Ming Wen, U of Utah, USA
Validation of an Italian Version of the eHealth Literacy Scale Using Item Response Theory.
Nicola Diviani, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Alexandra Dima, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Peter J. Schulz, U Della Svizzera Italiana, SWITZERLAND
Value of Evaluation: A Study of Cancer Patients’ and Caregivers’ Evaluation of Health Information Sources
Kang Namkoong, U of Kentucky, USA
Tae Joon Moon, U of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
Sojung Claire Kim, High Point U, USA
Ming-yuan Chih, U of Kentucky, USA
Dhavan Shah, U of Wisconsin, USA
3223
Friday
09:30-10:45
Argos F
Last but Not Least: Why Do We Play? Technical Development, Sexualization, Motivation, and Clans
Game Studies
Chair
Kevin Koban, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Participants
Exploring Measurement Tools of Embodiment
Jose Aviles, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Michael Schmierbach, Pennsylvania State U, USA
The Hyper-Sexualization of Women in World of Warcaft
Rebecca Waldie, Concordia U, CANADA
Validating the Digital Games Motivation Scale for Comparative Research Between Countries and Sexes
Frederik de Grove, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Johannes Breuer, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Vivian Hsueh Hua Chen, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Thorsten Quandt, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Rabindra A. Ratan, Michigan State U, USA
Jan Van Looy, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Is This the Killer App? VR Headsets, NUIs, and Violent Video Games
Daniel Pietschmann, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Benny Liebold, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
The Intertwined Role of Play at Game Companies: An Examination of Office Play Strategies
Annakaisa Kultima, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Kati Alha, U of Tampere, FINLAND
3224
Friday
09:30-10:45
Navis A
Journalists and Their Sources: Relationships, Practices, Perceptions
Journalism Studies
Chair
Wiebke Loosen, Hans-Bredow-Institut für Medienforschung, GERMANY
Participants
Journalistic Transformation: How Source Texts are Turned Into News Stories
Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Christian Baden, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
News Consumers’ Perceptions of New Journalistic Sourcing Techniques
Sophie Lecheler, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sanne Kruikemeier, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sourcing Social Media: Trust in Sources and Risk Perceptions of Journalists
Florian Wintterlin, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Who Takes the Lead? Investigating the Dynamic Interplay of Organizational and News Agendas
Anne Cornelia Kroon, U of Amsterdam, ASCOR, THE NETHERLANDS
Toni G.L.A. van der Meer, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Disloyal Opposition? Journalist Perspectives on Government-Media Communication in Northern Ireland’s Power-Sharing
Democracy
Charis Rice, Coventry U, UNITED KINGDOM
Ian Somerville, U of Ulster, UNITED KINGDOM
3225
Friday
09:30-10:45
Navis B
Message Design Research: Meta-Analyses, Message/Information Fatigue, Narratives
Health Communication
Chair
Carmen Stitt, California State U, Sacramento, USA
Participants
How Do Similar Others’ Success Stories Increase Behavioral Intention? The Mediating Role of Expectation of Success
Youl-Lee Kim, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sungeun Chung, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Message Fatigue: Conceptual Definition, Operationalization, and Correlates
Jiyeon So, U of Georgia, USA
Soela Kim, U of Georgia, USA
Heather Cohen, U of Georgia, USA
Narrator Point of View and Persuasion in Health Narratives: The Role of Protagonist-Reader Similarity, Identification, and SelfReferencing
Meng Chen, U of California - Davis, USA
Robert Alan Bell, U of California - Davis, USA
Laramie D. Taylor, U of California - Davis, USA
The Power of Metaphor: A Meta-Analysis of the Persuasive Effects of Metaphorical vs. Literal Messages
Stephanie Kay Van Stee, U of Missouri - St. Louis, USA
Who Avoids Cancer Information? Examining a Psychological Process Leading to Cancer Information Avoidance
Jiyoung Chae, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
3226
Friday
09:30-10:45
Navis C
Other Veillances: Communication Technologies Allowing New Forms of Social Observation
Communication and Technology
Participants
Reversing the Spiral of Silence: Tracing the Unexpected Political Repercussions of “Leaky” Transparency
Alexander Campbell Halavais, Arizona State U, USA
Autoveillance: A Sociotechnical Challenge to Existing Norms
Mathias Klang, U of Massachusetts - Boston, USA
Smart Objects, Quantified Selves, and a Sideways Flow of Data
Erika Pearson, U of Otago, NEW ZEALAND
Online Informational Voyeurism and the Rise of “Netaveillance”
Michael Zimmer, U of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA
Mass society of the 20th century built systems for broadcasting information to and aggregating information about the masses.
Surveillance is thus a function of mass society, and as the “sur” prefix suggests, such observations reproduced differences in power,
suggested that society could be easily split between the observer and the observed, and that those categories were often determined
by political power and social class. The rise of more sociable forms of media, especially during the early part of this century, has
provided new models for everyday citizens to gain a better understanding of those in power, their own peers, and themselves. This
panel explores ways in which the structures of observation have changed to allow for new “veillances” beyond surveillance.
3230
Friday
09:30-10:45
Nire
Fighting the Continuum of Violence From Flaming and Street Harassment to Domestic Violence and Rape
Feminist Scholarship
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Participants
Speaking "Unspeakable Things": Documenting Digital Feminist Responses to Rape Culture
Jessalynn Keller, U of East Anglia, UNITED KINGDOM
Kaitlynn D. Mendes, U of Leicester - Department of Media and Communication, UNITED KINGDOM
Jessica Ringrose, U College London, UNITED KINGDOM
The Logic of Connective Feminism: Toward an Intersectional Approach to Anti-Street-Harassment Activism
Rosemary Clark, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Damaged Women, Godlike Men: Rape Mythologies in News Coverage of Bill Cosby and Inder Kumar
Lindsey Erin Blumell, Texas Tech U, USA
Miglena Mantcheva Sternadori, Texas Tech U, USA
College Students’ Perceptions of Campus Sexual Assault: A Qualitative Study
Jane O'Boyle, U of South Carolina, USA
Leigh M Moscowitz, College of Charleston, USA
Jo-Yun (Queenie) Li, U of South Carolina, USA
"Killed out of Love”: Domestic Violence Coverage in Hong Kong
Miriam Hernandez, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Experiential Learning Through Documentary Methodology: A Platform for Breaking Down Rape Culture on College Campus
Jennifer Huemmer, Texas Tech U, USA
Lindsey Erin Blumell, Texas Tech U, USA
Framing, Flaming, and Labeling on YouTube Comments: The Case of “The Bearded Lady” Conchita Wurst
Sasha Allgayer, Bowling Green State U, USA
Gi Woong Yun, Bowling Green State U, USA
Gamer-Hate and the “Problem” of Women: Finding Feminism
Jennifer Jenson, York U, CANADA
Suzanne Christine de Castell, U of Ontario Institute of Technology, CANADA
3231
Friday
09:30-10:45
Kusu
Digital Media Circumvention: Industries and Practices
Communication and Technology
Media Industry Studies
Chair
Ramon Lobato, Swinburne U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Blocks, Whitelists, and Circumventions: Anti-Advertising in the Mobile Media Industries
Julian Thomas, Swinburne U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Protocol and Counterprotocol: Circumventing China’s Great Firewall
Jinying Li, U of Pittsburgh, USA
The VPN Industry and the Commercial Dynamics of Anonymity
Ramon Lobato, Swinburne U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Website Bans and the Expanding VPN Market in Turkey
Cigdem Bozdag, Kadir Has U, TURKEY
Australia’s Post-Circumvention Moment? Examining the Impact of Accessible Legal Streaming Media in the Australian Home
James Meese, U of Technology Sydney, AUSTRALIA
This panel investigates contemporary practices of internet circumvention and their implications for media policy. Circumvention is
defined as the use of software “workarounds” including VPNs (virtual private networks), DNS (domain name system) proxies, web
proxies, ad-blockers, and location-masking browser extensions. Together, these globally popular tools offer consumers significant
usability benefits while at the same time presenting challenges for regulators, producers and advertisers. This panel brings together
cutting-edge research on these circumvention practices as they play out in Turkey, China, Australia and the United States. In so
doing, we explore implications for current policy debates about internet regulation, copyright protection, privacy, national security,
metadata retention, and parallel importation.
3232
Friday
09:30-10:45
Kashi
3233
Friday
09:30-10:45
Kaede
Social Protests and Technology
Communication and Technology
Participants
Does Cyber-Proximity Matter? Social Media Network Exposure and Cross-National Protest Diffusion: Evidence From Event
History Analysis of Arab Spring 2010—2011
K. Hazel Kwon, Arizona Sate U, USA
Emotions in an Online Social Movement: A Study of India’s Nirbhaya Protest
Saifuddin Ahmed, U of California - Davis, USA
Kokil Jaidka, Independent Researcher, INDIA
Jaeho Cho, U of California - Davis, USA
Explaining Offline Participation in a Social Movement with Online Data: The Case of Observers for Fair Elections
Olessia Koltsova, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Galina Selivanova, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Social Media's Effect on Youth Volunteers' Communication & Organizing Behaviors During the Rena Oil Spill
Sarah Lockwood, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
Celia Kay Weaver, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
Debashish Munshi, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
Mary Louisa Simpson, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
The Critical Periphery in the Growth of Social Protests
Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Local Journalism: Community and Diversity
Journalism Studies
Chair
Helle Sjovaag, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Participants
Portrait of the Online Local News Audience
Katie Ellen McCollough, Rutgers U, USA
Jessica Crowell, Rutgers U, USA
Philip M. Napoli, Rutgers U, USA
Bounding and Bonding Community: Ethnic Diversity and the Ethic of Inclusion in Hyperlocal News
Chi Zhang, U of Southern California, USA
Field Interference: Toronto’s Rob Ford Mayoralty and the Hybridizing Spaces of Journalism, Media, and Urban Politics
Scott Rodgers, Birkbeck, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Paths of Influence Between a Hyperlocal News Website and Civic Engagement in a Multiethnic Community
Wenlin Liu, U of Southern California - Annenberg School for Communication, USA
Nien-Tsu Nancy Chen, California State U, Channel Islands, USA
Katherine Ognyanova, Rutgers U, USA
Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach, U of Southern California, USA
Michael C. Parks, U of Southern California, USA
Respondent
Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
3240
Friday
09:30-10:45
Rigel
Globalization and Digital Media: Implications for Social Change
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Karin Gwinn Wilkins, U of Texas - Austin, USA
Participants
A Cross-Cultural Analysis in Predicting App Preferences: Implications of Cultural Values and Maslow’s Human Needs
Chris Chao Su, The Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yuchen Ren, The Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Social Media Contact Hypothesis: Cross-National Attitudes Towards Homosexuality in 24 Countries
Jagadish J Thaker, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
Assessing the Potential of ICTs for Participatory Development in Sub-Saharan Africa With Evidence From Urban Togo
Anita Breuer, German Development Institute, GERMANY
Jacob Groshek, Boston U, USA
Visual Evidence From Above: Assessing the Value of Earth Observation Satellites as Human Rights Infrastructure
Tanya Notley, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Camellia Webb-Gannon, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
3241
Friday
09:30-10:45
Vega
Entertaining the Informed, Informing the Entertained? The Relevance of Satirical News Shows for Political Communication.
Mass Communication
Chair
Lance Holbert, Temple U, USA
Participants
News Satire as Part of the Political Public Sphere. A Normative-Empirical Assessment
Katharina Kleinen-von Koenigsloew, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Same Same, but Different? A Comparison of the Issue Agenda of Satirical and Traditional News
Katharina Emde, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Helmut Scherer, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Laughing About Politics – Source of Information or Reason for Declining Trust?
Patrick Roessler, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Effects of Humor in Political Satire on TV on Viewers’ Information Processing: An Experimental Study Based on the Elaboration
Likelihood Model of Persuasion
Andrea Czepek, Jade U of Applied Sciences, GERMANY
Philipp Korting, Jade U of Applied Sciences, GERMANY
Respondent
Dannagal G. Young, U of Delaware, USA
While U.S. audiences have embraced political satire presented in TV news style for quite some time, the German-speaking world
was slow to warm to “fake news” formats. The Heute-Show, an adaptation of the popular Daily Show with Jon Stewart, has finally
succeeded in establishing satirical presentation in a setting mimicking a typical TV news show, blurring the boundaries between
information and entertainment, in the German market. Due to substantial differences in the political system, the media system, and
usage patterns, the results from studies in the US need additional verification for Germany. Intended as a first step in this direction,
this panel provides theoretical and empirical insight into the contents and effects of the heute-show among German audiences.
3242
Friday
09:30-10:45
Kiku
Communication and Africa I: Africa, Media, and Globalization
Global Communication and Social Change
Participants
Balancing Plausible Lies and False Truth: Perception and Evaluation of the Local and Global News Coverage of Conflicts in
Burundi and the DRC
Anke Fiedler, U Libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM
Marie-Soleil Frère, U Libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM
Fabricated African Bodies, Commodification of Romance, and Cyber Fraud within Global Circuits
Wisdom Tettey, U of British Columbia, CANADA
Ebola Coverage and Representations of Africa: An Analysis of Hegemonic and Counter-Hegemonic Narratives on Twitter
Janet D. Kwami, Furman U, USA
Mobile Technology and Health Data: Challenges and Opportunities of Formulating Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa to Govern Global
Distribution of Health Information
Ammina Kothari, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Respondent
Leslie Steeves, U of Oregon, USA
3243
Friday
09:30-10:45
Ran
Media, Conflict, and Violence
Mass Communication
Chair
Robert F. Potter, Indiana U, USA
Participants
Death From Above: An Analysis of the Central Command YouTube Page
Matthew Morley, Wayne State U, USA
Examining News Stories of IPV: An Experimental Examination of Perpetrator Sex and Violence Severity
Matthew W. Savage, U of Kentucky, USA
Sarah Sheff, Michigan State U, USA
Emma Richardson, U of Kentucky, USA
Alexis Pullia, U of Kentucky, USA
Jennifer Ann Scarduzio, Arizona Sate U, USA
Kellie Carlyle, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Kate Lockwood Harris, U of Missouri, USA
Media-Remembering the Falklands War: Identity, Power, and Memory
Sarah Maltby, U of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM
More Than Shoot-Em-Up and Torture Porn: Reflective Appropriation and Meaning-Making of Violent Media Content
Anne Bartsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Johanna Keppeler, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Lone Posthumus, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Andrea Kloss, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Sebastian Scherr, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Marie-Louise Mares, U of Wisconsin, USA
Sonja Donata Kretzschmar, U of the Federal German Army, GERMANY
3245
Friday
09:30-10:45
Sumire
Predicting and Explaining Opinion Diversity
Political Communication
Chair
Lilach Nir, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Participants
Epistemological Beliefs and Misperceptions About Contentious Issues
R. Kelly Garrett, Ohio State U, USA
Brian E Weeks, U of Michigan, USA
Motivated Reasoning in Perceived Credibility of Public Opinion Polls
Ozan Kuru, U of Michigan, USA
Michael W. Traugott, U of Michigan, USA
Joshua M. Pasek, U of Michigan, USA
Opinion Diversity Over Time: Selective Expression and Collaborative Filtering in Web Forums
Hai Liang, U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
To Speak or Not to Speak: Predicting College Students’ Outspokenness in the Prodemocracy Movement in Hong Kong
Wan-Ying Lin, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Bolin Cao, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xinzhi Zhang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
3246
Friday
09:30-10:45
Koh
Media Sociology in the Age of Connectivity
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Nick Couldry, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Blank as Media: The Evolution of Media Sociology from Phenomenological Inquiry to Practice Theory
Gina Neff, U of Washington, USA
The Sociology of Emotions and Affect Theory
Peter Lunt, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Ideas for a Sociology of Communication and Difference
Silvio R. Waisbord, George Washington U, USA
The Mediated Construction of Reality
Nick Couldry, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Andreas Hepp, U of Bremen, GERMANY
Respondent
Klaus Bruhn Jensen, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
3247
Friday
09:30-10:45
Yoh
Experiencing Entertainment
Popular Communication
Chair
Matthew P. McAllister, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Participants
Refining the Media Events Concept: A Case Study of the (2014) Eurovision Song Contest
Michael Skey, U of East Anglia, UNITED KINGDOM
Maria Kyriakidou, U of East Anglia, UNITED KINGDOM
Patrick McCurdy, U of Ottawa, CANADA
Julie Uldam, Roskilde U, DENMARK
Chasing Sleuths and Unravelling the Metropolis
Nicky van Es, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Stijn Reijnders, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Leonieke Bolderman, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Immersion, Authenticity, and the Theme Park as Social Space: Experiencing the Wizarding World of Harry Potter
Abby Waysdorf, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Stijn Reijnders, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Balazs Boross, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Museum Foyer as a Transformative Space of Communication
Kirsten Drotner, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Erik Kristiansen, Museum Lolland-Falster, DENMARK
Ditte Laursen, State Media Archive, DENMARK
3248
Friday
09:30-10:45
Kei
Team Communication and Technologies
Organizational Communication
Chair
William C. Barley, U of Illinois, USA
Participants
Concertive Resistance: How Teams Can Resist in the Absence of Resistance Leadership
Alaina Zanin, U of Central Missouri, USA
Ryan S. Bisel, U of Oklahoma, USA
Investigating the Impacts of Team Type and Design on Virtual Team Processes
Jennifer L. Gibbs, Rutgers U, USA
Anu Sivunen, Aalto U, FINLAND
Maggie Boyraz, Rutgers U, USA
Successful Coordination in Distributed Project Teams Using Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)
Dron M Mandhana, U of Texas, USA
Vernon D. Miller, Michigan State U, USA
Team Project Managers’ Communication Competencies in Interorganizational Relationships
Dron M Mandhana, U of Texas, USA
Vernon D. Miller, Michigan State U, USA
Respondent
Hassan Abu Bakar, U of Utara - Malaysia, MALAYSIA
3249
Friday
09:30-10:45
Board Room
Top Faculty Papers in Public Relations
Public Relations
Chair
Chiara Valentini, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Participants
Effects of Self-Affirmation on Publics’ Perception of Crisis
Xiaochen Zhang, Kansas State U, USA
Rethinking Employee-Organization Relationship (EOR) Management: Integrating Authentic Leadership, Transparent Organizational
Communication, and Work-Life Enrichment
Hua Jiang, Syracuse U, USA
Yi Luo, Montclair State U, USA
Multistakeholder Network and Stakeholder Relationship Management: Reconsidering Power in Public Relations Relationships
Adam J. Saffer, U of North Carolina, USA
Aimei Yang, U of Southern California, USA
Maureen Taylor, U of Tennessee, USA
Respondent
Katerina Tsetsura, U of Oklahoma, USA
3250
Friday
09:30-10:45
Akane
3251
Friday
09:30-10:45
Anzu
Blue Sky Workshop: Data Activism
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Stefania Milan, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Dating And Romantic Relationships Through Apps
Mobile Communication
Chair
Colin Agur, Yale U, USA
Participants
“No Fats, No Fems, Masc Appearance, Str8 Acting Only”: Projecting Impressions of Masculinity on Grindr
Andy Navarrete, Costco Wholesale Corporate, USA
Exploring Self-Presentation on Tinder
Stephen Stewart, Indiana U, USA
Edgar Jamison-Koenig, Indiana U, USA
Diana Sokolova, Indiana U, USA
Swipe Right: An Exploration of Self-Presentation and Impression Management on Tinder
Giulia Ranzini, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Christoph Lutz, BI Norwegian Business School, NORWAY
Marjolein Gouderjaan, Vrije U, THE NETHERLANDS
The Power of Knowing: WhatsApp and Lateral Surveillance in South African Romantic Relationships
Mthobeli Ngcongo, U of Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA
3252
Friday
09:30-10:45
Hagi
Communication Law and Policy Conference Theme Session: Communicating With Power in Communication Law and
Policy
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Seamus Simpson, U of Salford, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Breaching Sites of Power: Four Models for Scholars
Sharon Strover, U of Texas, USA
Power as Medium: The Third Face of Communicating With Power
Sandra Braman, Texas A&M U, USA
Communicating With Judicial Power: Communication Law and Policy Scholarship in U.S. Federal Appellate Court Decisions
Mark A. Cenite, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Communication Law and Policy Scholarship’s Role in Addressing Information/Power Asymmetries: The Case of Big Data
Analytics and Social Welfare
Jenifer Sunrise Winter, U of Hawaii, USA
Making Policy or Making Controversy? Scholars, Press Freedom, and Press Regulation in the UK
Steven Barnett, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Affirming Language Diversity Rights in International Domain Names
Undrah B. Baasanjav, Southern Illinois U - Edwardsville, USA
3253
Friday
09:30-10:45
Fuji
Visual Framing and Storytelling Between the Affective and the Iconic
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Katy Jane Parry, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Images of Resilience: The Case for Visual Restorative Narrative (Top Paper)
Nicole Dahmen, U of Oregon, USA
David Morris II, U of Oregon, USA
British Military Community Responses to Photographs of Soldier Transgressions in the News
Katy Jane Parry, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Future Visual Coverage of U.S. Women in Combat: Gatekeeping and Hierarchy of Influences
Rebecca Ann Scoggin McEntee, South Dakota State U, USA
Swept Away by Tears: Emotive Televisual Representations of Typhoon Morakot
Chiaoning Su, Temple U, USA
The Visual Depth of Hurricane Katrina Imagery: A Longitudinal Study Through the Lens of Commemorative Journalism and
Iconicity
Nicole Dahmen, U of Oregon, USA
Andrea Miller, Louisiana State U, USA
David Morris II, U of Oregon, USA
3254
Friday
09:30-10:45
Sakura
Responding to Exclusion and Inequality
Theme Sessions
Chair
Cherian George, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Struggling to be “Heard”: Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Patients’ Communication Experiences in the Healthcare Context
Min Liu, Southern Illinois U- Edwardsville, USA
Valarie Shaw, John Logan College, USA
Researching the Role of Media in Social Diversity in Later Life
Cecilie Givskov, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
Mark Deuze, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
World Building Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA): Academic-Community Collaboration and Methodology for Applied
Communication Research
Nicholas Busalacchi, U of Southern California, USA
Sonia Jawaid Shaikh, U of Southern California, USA
Francois Bar, U of Southern California, USA
Ann Pendleton-Jullian, Ohio State U/Georgetown U, USA
Respondent
Sheila Teresa Murphy, U of Southern California, USA
3260
Friday
09:30-10:45
Olive
Different Types of Media Content, Different Effects?
Political Communication
Chair
Sebastian Valenzuela, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Participants
How Much Do You Need to Know?: The Influence of Communication on Insufficiency and Processing
Myiah J Hutchens, Washington State U, USA
Rebecca Donaway, Washington State U, USA
Jay D. Hmielowski, Washington State U, USA
Michael A. Beam, Kent State U, USA
Political Satire Processing and Policy Opinion Formation: Examining the Mediating Roles of Attitude Homophily and Enjoyment
Heather LaMarre, Temple U, USA
Christiane Grill, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Taking the Power Back: Does Interactivity Enhances Attitudes and Memory of Mediated Political Communication?
Lauren Furey, U of Florida, USA
Sriram Kalyanaraman, U of Florida, USA
The Effect of Different Types of Political Conflict in the News on Cynicism and Participation
Andreas Schuck, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Lukas Otto, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
3261
Friday
09:30-10:45
Sage
Adolescents and Media: Working Toward Adulthood
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Adolescents’ Social Reading: Motivation, Behavior and Their Relationship
Wu Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yuehua Wu, Shanghai Jiao Tong U, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Applying the Theory of Planned Behavior to Adolescents’ Acceptance of Online Friendship Requests Sent by Online Strangers
Wannes Heirman, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Anne Vermeulen, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Kris Hardies, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Beyond the Lab: Investigating Early Adolescents’ Cognitive, Emotional, and Arousal Responses to Violent Games
Karin Fikkers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Patti M. Valkenburg, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Exploring the Associations Across Adolescence of Perceived Desirability for Alcohol Advertising and Skepticism About
Advertising
Erica Weintraub Austin, Washington State U, USA
Adrienne Fayola Muldrow, Washington State U, USA
Davi Kallman, Washington State U, USA
Bruce Pinkleton, Washington State U, USA
MTV Reality Shows and Adolescents’ Intentions Towards Smoking and Alcohol Use: BIS/BAS and Social Norms
Jolien Vangeel, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Nancy Rhodes, Michigan State U, USA
Kathleen Beullens, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Lien Goossens, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Leentje Vervoort, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Nathalie De Cock, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Wendy Van Lippevelde, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Steven Eggermont, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Social Network Site Uses, Friendship Networks, and Well-Being of Australian Adolescents
Sora Park, U of Canberra, AUSTRALIA
Stop or Go? Playing Violent Computer Games Impairs Self Control in Adolescents
Ewa Miedzobrodzka, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Fredrick Waiyaki, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jacek Buczny, SWPS U of Social Sciences and Humanities, POLAND
Elly A. Konijn, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Role of Communication and Rumors in Adolescents' Perceptions and Behaviors Regarding Sociopolitical Issues: A HeuristicSystematic Model
Jae Seon Jeong, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Seungyoon Lee, Purdue U, USA
This is Advertising! Effects of Disclosing Television Brand Placement on Adolescents
Eva van Reijmersdal, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sophie Carolien Boerman, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Moniek Buijzen, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Esther Rozendaal, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
3320
Friday
11:00-12:15
Argos C
3321
Friday
11:00-12:15
Argos D
Student and Early Career Representative Business Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Bias, Intentionality, Judgment, and Decision Making
Information Systems
Chair
Nancy Rhodes, Michigan State U, USA
Participants
The Role of Mindset Construal and Psychological Distance Cues in Online Truth Judgments
Hande Sungur, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Tilo Hartmann, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Guido M Van Koningsbruggen, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Why User Comments Affect the Perceived Quality of Journalistic Content: The Role of Judgment Processes
Patrick Weber, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Wolfgang Schweiger, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Fabian Prochazka, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Does What My Neighbors Do Still Matter to Me When Shopping Online? Examining the Impacts of Location-Based Social Identity
on the Consumer Decision-Making Process
Eunsin Joo, Michigan State U, USA
Young June Sah, Michigan State U, USA
Wei Peng, Michigan State U, USA
Economic Messages Alter the Brain’s Response to Error Prediction and Consequent Behavioral Decisions
Diamantis Petropoulos Petalas, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Paul G. HendriksVettehen, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Hein van Schie, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Biases in Perceived Effect of Persuasive Campaigns: Differences Between Actual and Perceived Effects of Campaign Messages
Daeun Jeong, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sungeun Chung, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
What Prompts People to Participate in Online Auctions: A Study of Bidders’ Behavioral Intention
Saifur Bhuiyan, U of Arkansas, USA
Soheil Goodarzi, U of Arkansas, USA
Jinghui (Jove) Hou, Florida State U, USA
Xiao Ma, U of Arkansas, USA
The Influence in News Stories of Criminal Intentionality and Criminal and Victim Affective Dispositions on Support for Policy
About Alcohol Crimes
Tae Kyoung Lee, Cornell U, USA
Michael A. Shapiro, Cornell U, USA
Individual Differences in Intentions to Drink: Investigating the Relationship Between the BIS/BAS Scales and Accessibility
Bridget Potocki, Ohio State U, USA
Nancy Rhodes, Michigan State U, USA
Sarah Thomas, Ohio State U, USA
Christopher Loiewski, Ohio State U, USA
Lindsey Morr, U of San Diego, USA
Kevin Collier, Brigham Young U, USA
3322
Friday
11:00-12:15
Argos E
CAT Hybrid Session 5: Global Perspectives on Technology
Communication and Technology
Chair
Katy Elizabeth Pearce, U of Washington, USA
Participants
Indigeneity and Telephony Mobile Phone Use Amongst Indigenous Igorot of Mountain Province, Philippines
Dazzelyn Baltazar Zapata, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Did the Internet Have Mobilizing Effects During the 2011 Egyptian Revolution?
Jin Woo Kim, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Citizen-Driven Crisis Communication: ICT Supported Public Participation in China
Qihui Xie, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Displacement or Complement? A Study on Social Media Competition in China
Qianni Luo, Ohio U, USA
Instruments of Liberation or Repression? Emerging Media and Sociopolitical Instability Types, 1990-2012
Britt D Christensen, Zayed U, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Message Strategies in Crowdfunding: Similarities and Differences of Crowdfunding Messages in the United States and South Korea
Moonhee Cho, U of Tennessee, USA
Gawon Kim, U of Tennessee, USA
Comments, Discussion, and Intergroup Communication in Facebook Groups: Language and Relations Between Group Members
Eleni Kioumi, Aristotle U of Thessaloniki, GREECE
Antonis Gardikiotis, Aristotle U of Thessaloniki, GREECE
3323
Friday
11:00-12:15
Argos F
Not So Easy: Problematic Aspects of Digital Games
Game Studies
Chair
Malte Elson, Ruhr U Bochum, GERMANY
Participants
Did the Joker Play Aggressive Video Games? A Two-Wave Cross-Lagged Panel Analysis of the Relation Between Aggressive
Video Game Play, Trait Aggressiveness, and Psychopathy
Benny Liebold, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Daniel Pietschmann, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Eva Zurbrügg, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Vanessa Schüppel, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Kevin Koban, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Experiencing Games: Investigating What Influences the Adverse Effects of Game Violence
Nicholas L Matthews, Indiana U, USA
Teresa Lynch, Indiana U, USA
Glenna Lee Read, Indiana U, USA
No You Cannot! Exploring the Longitudinal Relationships Between Parental Mediation, Parenting Style, Oppositional Defiance, and
Parental Perceptions of Problematic (Addictive) Gaming
Antonius J. van Rooij, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Stijn Van Petegem, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Jan Van Looy, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Addictive Video Games: Examining the Relations Between Game Genres and Addiction
Jeroen S Lemmens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Stefan Hendriks, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Effect of BREAKAWAY Gameplay on Bullying Victimization Self-Efficacy Among Youth in El Salvador
Yishin Wu, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Hua Wang, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Ji Hye Choi, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Ann DeMarle, Champlain College, USA
3324
Friday
11:00-12:15
Navis A
Dialogues in Journalism Studies: Newspapers and the Postdigital Future Beyond the 'Death of Print'
Journalism Studies
Chair
Kevin G. Barnhurst, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
Participants
Print and Digital Bridging Strategies via Boundary Objects
Kevin G. Barnhurst, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
Guillaume Latzko-Toth, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
Algorithms, Robots and Other Initiatives in News Production
Leopoldina Fortunati, U of Udine, ITALY
Changing the Mix: Migration and Re-Migration From Digital to Print
John O'Sullivan, Dublin City U, IRELAND
Bonding Strategies: Infusing Multimedia Into Print
Sakari Taipale, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Respondent
Steven Jones, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
This panel discussion sets out to help structure a wider debate on the more complex pattern of innovation in newspapers by setting
out innovative responses to the digital by and of relevance to print news.
3325
Friday
11:00-12:15
Navis B
Health Risk Perception and Behaviors
Health Communication
Chair
BF F. Battistoli, Fairleigh Dickinson U, USA
Participants
Information Source, Credibility, Knowledge, and Risk Perceptions: Findings From the National Tuberculosis Survey in Korea
Jarim Kim, Kookmin U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sunwook Yoo, Halla U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Revisiting the Role of Peer Communication in Normative Social Influences on Risk Behavior
Sarah Geber, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Eva Baumann, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Christoph Klimmt, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Self-Determination Theory and Risk Behavior in a Collectivistic Society: Preventing Reckless Driving in Urban Nepal
Yerina S. Ranjit, U of Connecticut, USA
Leslie Snyder, U of Connecticut, USA
The Impact of Online Social Capital on Social Trust and Risk Perception
Carolyn A. Lin, U of Connecticut, USA
Yi Mou, Shanghai Jiao Tong U, CHINA
Understanding the Impact of Health Communication on Chronic Disease Risk Behaviors: A Test of the Structural Influence Model
Elisabeth Bigsby, U of Illinois, USA
Shelly R Hovick, Ohio State U, USA
3326
Friday
11:00-12:15
Navis C
Digital Exclusion and Inequality
Communication and Technology
Chair
Erin Flynn Klawitter, Northwestern U, USA
Participants
Compound and Sequential Digital Exclusion: Internet Skills, Uses, and Outcomes
Alexander van Deursen, U of Twente / GW / CW, THE NETHERLANDS
Ellen Johanna Helsper, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Rebecca Eynon, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Jan A. G. M. Van Dijk, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
The Social Relativity of Digital Exclusion
Ellen Johanna Helsper, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Beyond Technology: Nontechnological Determinants of Household Internet Adoption in Isolated Communities
Teresa Correa, U Diego Portales, CHILE
Isabel Pavez, U Finis Terrae, CHILE
Javier Contreras, U Diego Portales, CHILE
A Social Differentiation Perspective on Social Media Contribution Inequality: The Case of Wikipedia
Sorin Adam Matei, Purdue U, USA
Wuato Wei, Purdue U, USA
Brian Christopher Britt, South Dakota State U, USA
Michael Zhu, Purdue U, USA
Chuanhai Liu, Purdue U, USA
Elisa Bertino, Purdue U, USA
The Implication of Institutional Ethnography for the Studies of ICTs and Inequalities
Siyuan Yin, U of Massachusetts at, USA
3330
Friday
11:00-12:15
Nire
LGBTQ Health Communication
Health Communication
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Chair
Jimmie Manning, Northern Illinois U, USA
Participants
Comparing Perceived Effectiveness of FDA-Proposed Cigarette Packaging Graphic Health Warnings Between Sexual and Gender
Minorities and Heterosexual Adults
Andy SL Tan, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard School of Public Health, USA
Cabral A Bigman, U of Illinois, USA
Sara Minsky, Harvard, USA
K. Viswanath, Harvard U, USA
Exploring MSM Culture in Singapore and Its Implications for Sexual Health Behavior
Brendan Au, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Iccha Basnyat, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Media as a Source of Stigma Among Gender and Sexual Minorities
Jagadish J Thaker, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
Mohan Jyoti Dutta, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Vijay Nair, Alliance India, INDIA
Vishnu Rao, Alliance India, INDIA
Real to Me: Individual Differences Interact With Virtual Engagement to Change Real-World Behavior
Jennifer Rose Talevich, U of Southern California, USA
John L. Christensen, U of Connecticut, USA
Carlos Gustavo Godoy, U of Southern California, USA
Stephen J. Read, U of Southern California, USA
Lynn Carol Miller, U of Southern California, USA
Paul Robert Appleby, U of Southern California, USA
SOLVE-ing (Some of) Stigma's Enigmas Using Neuroscience and Games: Reducing HIV-Risk for MSM
Lynn Carol Miller, U of Southern California, USA
John L. Christensen, U of Connecticut, USA
Benjamin James Smith, U of Southern California, USA
Paul Robert Appleby, U of Southern California, USA
Stacy Marsella, U of Southern California, USA
Feng Xue, U of Southern California, USA
Antoine Bechara, U of Southern California, USA
Zhong-Lin Lu, U of Southern California, USA
Vitalya Droutman, U of Southern California, USA
Charisse L'Pree Corsbie-Massay, Syracuse U, USA
Emily Barkley-Levenson, Hofstra U, USA
Carlos Gustavo Godoy, U of Southern California, USA
Stephen J. Read, U of Southern California, USA
3331
Friday
11:00-12:15
Kusu
Online Health Information and Behavioral Intentions
Communication and Technology
Chair
Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Pathway Linking Internet Health Information Seeking to Better Health: A Moderated Mediation Study
Shaohai Jiang, Texas A&M U, USA
“I Never Thought I Could Get Health Information From the Internet!”: Ethiopian Immigrants' Unexpected Uses of a New Internet
Website Designed for Low/No Literacy Skills
Nurit Guttman, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Eimi Lev, Tel-Aviv U, ISRAEL
Elad Segev, Sapir Academic College, ISRAEL
Seffefe Ayecheh, Tene Briut Organization, ISRAEL
Limor Ziv, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Fekado Gadamo, Tene Briut Organization, ISRAEL
Nivi Dayan, Ruppin Academic Center, ISRAEL
Gal Yavetz, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Quantity and Valence: How Social Network Sites Affect College Students’ Drinking Norms
Jian Rui, Lamar U, USA
Understanding Emotional Bond Between the Creator and the Avatar: Change in Behavioral Intentions to Engage in Alcohol-Related
Traffic Risk Behaviors
Hokyung Kim, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sei-Hill Kim, U of South Carolina, USA
Keith Davis, U of South Carolina, USA
Ki-Seok Kwon, Hanbat U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jeong-Min Park, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Are You Listening to Me?: The Persuasive Effects of Message Interactivity in an Antismoking Website for Individuals With High
Need for Cognition
Jeeyun Oh, Robert Morris U, USA
3332
Friday
11:00-12:15
Kashi
Promoting Environmental Behaviors: The Role of Culture, Imagery, and Norms
Environmental Communication
Chair
Marijn H. C. Meijers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Cultural Orientations and Sustainability in Households: A Comparative Analysis of Hispanic Immigrants and Non-Hispanic Whites
in the US
Yu Liu, Florida International U, USA
Sigal Segev, Florida International U, USA
Using a Synthetic Model to Examine the Impact of Global Warming Media Use on Three Types of Proenvironmental Behavior
Huiping Huang, National Chiao Tung U, TAIWAN
The Impact of Climate-Change-Related Imagery on Public Opinion and Behavior Change
Philip Solomon Hart, U of Michigan, USA
Lauren Feldman, Rutgers U, USA
Using Normative Information to Influence Collective Efficacy and Behavioral Decision-Making About Water Conservation
Jie Zhuang, Michigan State U, USA
Maria Knight Lapinski, Michigan State U, USA
Rajiv N. Rimal, George Washington U, USA
Rain Wuyu Liu, Michigan State U, USA
Doshik Yun, Western Illinois U, USA
3333
Friday
11:00-12:15
Kaede
Dialogues in Journalism Studies: The Pressures, Possibilities, and Perils of a Future-Focussed Scholarly Field
Journalism Studies
Chair
Chris Peters, Aalborg U, DENMARK
Participants
Boundaries of What? Anticipating the Future Journalistic Field
Matt Carlson, Saint Louis U, USA
Seth C. Lewis, U of Oregon, USA
From Rhetoric and Institution to Functional Object: Rethinking what journalism ‘is’ (again)
Chris Peters, Aalborg U, DENMARK
Marcel J. Broersma, U of Groningen, THE NETHERLANDS
Babbling about the Future of Journalism
Steen Steensen, Oslo and Akershus U College, NORWAY
Laura Ahva, U of Tampere, FINLAND
How Soon is Now? Normative, Historical and Critical Approaches to the Study of Digital Journalism
C.W. Anderson, CUNY- College of Staten Island, USA
David Domingo, U Libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM
Alfred Hermida, U of British Columbia, CANADA
Tamara Witschge, U of Groningen, THE NETHERLANDS
Respondent
Stuart Allan, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
3340
Friday
11:00-12:15
Rigel
Competitive Papers in Global Media and Culture
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Participants
The International Communication Power of the English Language and the Global Creation of Cool
Paolo Sigismondi, U of Southern California, USA
Manufacturing Culture: The Role of International Media Convergence in Japan
Ivory Mills, Northwestern U, USA
Piracy is Normal: A Cognitive Dissonance Model of Piracy in Developing Countries
Benjamin Loh, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Jude Yew, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Political and Media Systems Matter: U.S., Chinese, and British Press Coverage of China's Rise, 2008-2014
Yunya Song, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Chin-Chuan Lee, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zeping Huang, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Cross-National Newspaper Coverage of Rape and Rape Culture: A Community Structure Approach
Christina Luchkiw, The College of New Jersey, USA
Hope Peraria, The College of New Jersey, USA
Andrea Berger, The College of New Jersey, USA
Jenna Fleck, The College of New Jersey, USA
Jackie Gates, The College of New Jersey, USA
James Etheridge, Columbia U, USA
John C. Pollock, The College of New Jersey, USA
Lauren Longo, The College of New Jersey, USA
3341
Friday
11:00-12:15
Vega
The Study of Emotion in Relation to News
Mass Communication
Chair
Lance Holbert, Temple U, USA
Participants
Look on the Bright Side of Life: The Effects of Positive Emotional News on Political Behavior
Sophie Lecheler, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Michael Bruter, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Sarah Harrison, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
The "Defensive Effect": Uncivil Comments Indirectly Increase Intention to Participate Politically, Through Negative Affect
Gina Marie Chen, U of Texas, USA
Pei Zheng, U of Texas, USA
The Differential Effects of Related and Unrelated Emotions on Judgments About Media Messages
Claudia Poggiolini, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Rinaldo Kuehne, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Werner Wirth, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
The Contingent Role of Emotions That Underlie Partisan Selective Exposure and Avoidance
Hyunjin Song, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
3342
Friday
11:00-12:15
Kiku
Communication and Africa II: Power and Communication in the Digital Age
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Winston Mano, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
“Let’s Whip Up a Twitter-Storm”: Multinational Businesses and African NGOs
Kate Wright, U of Roehampton, UNITED KINGDOM
Governmental Pressure, Foreign Correspondents, and the International News Coverage of Africa
Mel Jane Bunce, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Reflexivity and the (Limited) Agency of Western Foreign Correspondents
Toussaint Nothias, Stanford U, USA
Civil Society and New Representations of Africa in the Digital Age
Sean H. Jacobs, The New School, Manhattan, USA
Respondent
Suzanne Franks, City U, UNITED KINGDOM
The international news coverage of Africa has long been criticised by scholars who argue that it is simplistic, perpetuates damaging
stereotypes, and may entrench neo-imperial North/South relations. Despite the importance of these representations of Africa, there
has been surprisingly little research into the people and processes that influence its production. Scholarly understanding has not kept
pace with the transformations of the global media system in the intervening years. This panel responds to the call for more research
in the area by presenting the results of a 'new wave' of production studies and ethnographic work on the factors that shape the
international news coverage of Africa today.
3343
Friday
11:00-12:15
Ran
News and the Active Audience
Mass Communication
Journalism Studies
Chair
Stephanie L. Craft, U of Illinois, USA
Participants
Conflicting Realities? How Recipients React to Discrepancies Between Media Representations and Personal Experience
Mathias Weber, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Marc Ziegele, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Anna Schnauber, U Mainz, GERMANY
Experiential Media Reception: Conceptualization and Empirical Validation of an Integrative Concept
Felix Frey, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
How Being a Different American Makes You Feel Good About Yourself: Effects of Selective Exposure to International News on
Self-Regard
Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick, Ohio State U, USA
Nick Polavin, Ohio State U, USA
Cornelia Mothes, Ohio State U, USA
Retweeting and Favoriting in a Crisis: Understanding Manifested Motivation and Strategic Messaging During #Ferguson
Hyunmin Lee, Saint Louis U, USA
Amber Hinsley, Saint Louis U, USA
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11:00-12:15
Sumire
Public Opinion Research in the Digital Era
Political Communication
Chair
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Conditional Impact of Facebook as an Information Source on Political Opinions: The Case of Political Reform in Hong Kong
Francis L. F. Lee, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Paul S. N. Lee, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Louis W. Leung, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Clement YK So, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Michael Che Ming Chan, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Extending the Spiral of Silence: Partisan Media, Perceived Support, and Sharing Opinions Online
Yiran Wang, Washington State U, USA
Jay D. Hmielowski, Washington State U, USA
Myiah J Hutchens, Washington State U, USA
Michael A. Beam, Kent State U, USA
Interplay Between Public Attention and Public Affect Toward Multiple Social Issues on Twitter
Tai-Quan Winson Peng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Guodao Sun, Zhejiang U of Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yingcai Wu, Zhejiang U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Bully Pulpit, Social Media, and Public Opinion: A Big Data Approach
Gabriel Michael, Yale U, USA
Colin Agur, Yale U, USA
Under Surveillance: Examining Facebook's Spiral of Silence Effects in the Wake of NSA Internet Monitoring
Elizabeth Stoycheff, Wayne State U, USA
3346
Friday
11:00-12:15
Koh
Theorising the Digital
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Mirca Madianou, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
The Structures of the Social World Revisited: A Phenomenology of Digital Communication
Maria Bakardjieva, U of Calgary, CANADA
Symbiotic Agency: Rethinking Theories of Agency Across Technological and Social Contexts
Gina Neff, U of Washington, USA
Peter Nagy, Central European U, HUNGARY
Digital Media and Decontextualization: Sites of Violence and Sites of Resistance
Andrew Fitzgerald, Stanford U, USA
Communication Theory, Critical Disability Studies and Technologies for Collaborative In(ter)dependence
Eleanor Sandry, Curtin U, AUSTRALIA
3347
Friday
11:00-12:15
Yoh
Global Film: Culture and Conflict
Popular Communication
Chair
Richard K. Popp, U of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA
Participants
Same Story, Different War: Framing The Monomythic Memory of the Iraq War in American Sniper
Miles Sari, Washington State U, USA
South Korean Hostess Film and Film Censorship During the Military Regime (1960-1979)
Molly Hyo Kim, UIUC, USA
The Love and Resentment of Colonial Memory: A Cross-Societal Reading of the Politics of Interpretation of the Film Kano
Shih-che Tang, National Chung Cheng U, TAIWAN
Mitsuhiro Fujimaki, U of Shizuoka, JAPAN
Chang-De Liu, National Chengchi U, TAIWAN
De-Constructing Monoculturalism on the German Screen: A Critical Cultural Reading of On the Other Side
Julia Khrebtan-Hoerhager, Colorado State U, USA
3348
Friday
11:00-12:15
Kei
Communicating Organizations: Strategic and Constitutive Communication
Organizational Communication
Chair
Joshua B. Barbour, U of Texas at Austin, USA
Participants
Contradicting Matters Talked Into Being: A Ventriloqual Perspective on Humanitarian Aid
Frederik Matte, U of Ottawa, CANADA
Guided Organizational Remembering. Memories as Agents in the Communicative Constitution of Organizations
Michael Andreas Etter, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Christian Fieseler , BI Norwegian Business School, NORWAY
Organizational Handicapping Strategies: Problem Formulation, Agency, and Blame in Organizations’ Responses to Sexual Violence
Kate Lockwood Harris, U of Missouri, USA
Megan McFarlane, U of Utah, USA
Valerie Nicole Wieskamp, Appalachian State U, USA
Organizational Transparency: Conceptualizations, Assumptions, and Methodological Strategies
Oana Brindusa Albu, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Mikkel Flyverbom, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Respondent
Francois Cooren, U de Montreal, CANADA
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11:00-12:15
Board Room
Public Relations Business Meeting
Public Relations
Participants
Elena Alina Dolea, U of Bucharest, ROMANIA
Chiara Valentini, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Lee Edwards, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Jennifer L. Bartlett, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Christina Grandien, Mid Sweden U, SWEDEN
Tiffany Lynn Schweickart, U of Florida, USA
Anli Xiao, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Xiaochen Zhang, Kansas State U, USA
Hua Jiang, Syracuse U, USA
Adam J. Saffer, U of North Carolina, USA
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11:00-12:15
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: International Best Practice in Reporting Islam
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Jacqui Ewart, Griffith U, AUSTRALIA
Mark Pearson, Griffith U, AUSTRALIA
This session shares and workshops the beta resources developed under a major Australian Government research project aimed at the
fair and accurate reporting of stories involving Islam and Muslim people. After a short introduction to the funded project and its
research rationale, the presenters will introduce the beta version of resources developed in the project to date, including a mobile
device application, website, handbook, audio-visual materials and curricula covering the ethical reporting of a mosque proposal and
the legal and ethical reporting of a terrorism arrest. The chairs will then open the discussion to participants’ feedback and the
comparison and contrast with other approaches to this topic internationally with a view to prospective collaborations.
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11:00-12:15
Anzu
Emotions and Beliefs: The Power of Internal Forces in the Classroom
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Chair
CJ Claus, California State U - Stanislaus, USA
Participants
Impacting Student Satisfaction, Engagement and Motivation in Online and Traditional Classrooms
Jen Eden, Marist College, USA
Ryan Rogers, Marist College, USA
Nadine Christina Hoffmann, Marist College, USA
Learning From Group Projects: The Role of Instructor Immediacy, Academic Self-Efficacy, and Flow
Hsiang-Ann Liao, Buffalo State College, USA
Reexamining the Writing Apprehension Measure
Hamlet Autman, Interactive College of Technology, USA
Stephanie Kelly, North Carolina A&T State U, USA
Teacher Caring in the College Classroom: Relationships With Immediacy, Clarity, and Self-Disclosure
Jason Teven, California State U, Fullerton, USA
Lucy Niess, California State U, Fullerton, USA
Heather Kelley, Golden West College, USA
The Power of Teachers’ Supportive Communication: Effects on Students’ Academic Emotions and Engagement
Moyi Jia, Monmouth U, USA
Li Li, U of Wyoming at Casper, USA
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11:00-12:15
Hagi
Communicative Practices to Construct Reasonableness Standards, Responsibilization, Common Ground, and Relationship
Bond
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Gonen Dori-Hacohen, U of Massachusetts, USA
Participants
Locally Constructing Reasonableness Standards in Talk About New Media and Technology
Jessica Sarah Robles, Loughborough U, UNITED KINGDOM
Stephen DiDomenico, State U of New York - Plattsburgh, USA
Joshua Raclaw, U of Wisconsin, USA
Doing “Being” Responsible Risk Communicators at Work
Joel Dag Rasmussen, Oslo and Akershus U College, SWEDEN
We’re Working Well Together: Common Ground Construction in a Collaborative Task
Brian W. Horton, U of Texas - Arlington, USA
Susan Lee Kline, Ohio State U, USA
Gossip to Bond as a Life-Phase Performance: A Study of Multimodal Texting via Smartphone Among Taiwanese College Freshmen
Hong-Chi Shiau, Shih-Hsin U, TAIWAN
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11:00-12:15
Fuji
Friends, Enemies, and Strangers: Narratives of Cultural Others and Cultural Otherness in Japanese and U.S. News Media
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Participants
Japanese Identity (nihonjinron) and Depictions of Racial Foreigners: Blacks in Asahi Shimbun, 2001-2010
Atsushi Tajima, State U of New York - Geneseo, USA
Japan Times’ Imagined Communities: Symbolic Boundaries with African Americans, 1998–2013
Michael Thornton, U of Wisconsin, USA
Cultural Intruder or Full-Fledged American? News Coverage of Barak Obama in U.S. Legacy and Ethnic Community News Media,
2008 to the Present
Hemant Shah, U of Wisconsin, USA
The Imagined Gypsy of the American Press: News Coverage of the Racial Stranger, 2010-2015
Adina Schneeweis, Oakland U, USA
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11:00-12:15
Sakura
Communication Science & Biology Interest Group Organizational Business Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Rene Weber, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Participants
Emily Falk, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Allison Eden, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jason C. Coronel, Ohio State U, USA
Richard Wayne Huskey, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
The Communication Science and Biology Interest Group promotes scientific research with relevance for the study of human
communication, broadly defined, including biological perspectives such as psychophysiology, cognitive neuroscience, behavioral
genetics, animal studies, and evolutionary psychology. Members of the Interest Group value a focus on human communication
systems and processes, and strive for rigorous and replicable research. Empirical studies follow primarily a quantitative approach
and employ both experimental and observational research designs.Data sharing and direct replication studies are highly encouraged;
explorative research and null-findings are honored, if the research is based on a rigorous investigation. The Interest Group honors its
members’ achievements through top paper awards and a special award designed to recognize outstanding contributions to
communication science.
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11:00-12:15
Olive
Pushed Into Chambers? Prioritization and Personalization of Online Information and its Effects on Public Opinion
Formation
Political Communication
Chair
David Tewksbury, U of Illinois, USA
Participants
The Burst of the Bubble? Effects of Automated Personalization on News Diversity
Mario Haim, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Andreas Graefe, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Hans-Bernd Brosius, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Issues, Knowledge Diversity, and Random Information: How Personalized Search Routines Determine our Level of Knowledge
Patrick Roessler, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Goeran Kuegler, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Benedikt Gutheil, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Helena Ott, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Search Concentration, Bias, Parochialism and Political Filtering in China
Min Jiang, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
News Media Content Personalization: Converged, Commodified, and Contracted Out
Neil James Thurman, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Respondent
Damian Trilling, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Available information has reached a level no human can cope with. Recipients thus need to find ways to process the available
information, for example, by using heuristics or relying on services that select, prioritize, or personalize the available information.
Concepts of selection, prioritization, or personalization, however, face theoretical challenges of a potentially vast scope of
implications, the most important of which deals with public opinion formation. The related concepts of filter bubbles, echo
chambers, or public sphericules follow similar arguments. Although raising huge concerns, the phenomenon of filter bubbles has not
yet been fully validated. This panel seeks to revalidate the concept based on empirical evidence from various perspectives (crosssectional and longitudinal) and multiple countries (China, Germany, and the US).
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11:00-12:15
Sage
Media, Marketing, and Children's Health
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
How Candy Placements in Films Influence Children`s Selection Behavior in Real-Life Shopping Scenarios
Maren Beaufort, Austrian Academy of Sciences, AUSTRIA
Using New Media Technologies to Improve Eating and Exercise Behaviors via a Health Intervention Program
Kimberly Bissell, U of Alabama, USA
Xueying Zhang, U of Alabama, USA
Kim Baker, U of Alabama, USA
Sarah Pember, U of Alabama, USA
Mobile Marketing to Children: A Content Analysis of Food and Beverage Company Apps
Lisa B. Hurwitz, Northwestern U, USA
Eric Morales, Northwestern U, USA
Heather Zupancic-Montague, Northwestern U, USA
Alexis Lauricella, Northwestern U, USA
Ellen Wartella, Northwestern U, USA
Heavy Childhood TV Use Persists Into Adulthood and is Associated With Increased BMI
Chance York, Kent State U, USA
Respondent
Suzanna Johanna Opree, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
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12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
3427
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12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
ICA Plenary Interactive Paper/Poster Session I
Sponsored Sessions
This year, ICA will again present three separate poster sessions. This session will feature presenters from Communication and
Technology, Global Communication and Social Change, Intercultural Communication, Intergroup, Interpersonal Communication,
Language and Social Interaction, Mobile Communication, Organizational Communication, and Public Relations divisions and
interest groups.
Communication and Technology Interactive Poster Session
Communication and Technology
Participants
1. For All Eyes to See: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of the Effect of Publicness on Opinion Expression in Social Media
German Neubaum, U of Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Shirley S. Ho, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
2. Interpersonal Rejection Sensitivity and Mobile Instant Messaging
Borae Jin, Seoul Media Institute of Technology, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
3. Smartphone Conversational Etiquette: The Impact of Injunctive and Descriptive Conversational Norms on
Multicommunication Behaviors
Tamara Makana Chock, Syracuse U, USA
Ji Won Kim, Syracuse U, USA
4. Testing the Impact of Perceived Inequity via Social Media
Jessica M. Covert, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Michael A. Stefanone, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
5. The Benefits of Distance and Mediation: How People React to Conflicts in Video Chat vs. FtF
Soo Yun Shin, Michigan State U, USA
Rain Wuyu Liu, Michigan State U, USA
Jeong-woo Jang, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Gary Bente, U of Cologne, GERMANY
6. The Positivity Bias and Prosocial Deception on Social Network Sites
Erin Spottswood, Portland State U, USA
Jeff Hancock, Cornell U, USA
7. A Cross-Culture Study of Impact of Mobile Phone Use on Loneliness Among Older Adults
Xun Liu, California State U, Stanislaus, USA
Fred Hilpert, California State U, Stanislaus, USA
Walter Doraz, California State U, Stanislaus, USA
Lipin Shi, Hunan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
8. Ambient Intimacy: Self-Disclosure and Parasocial Relationships on Twitter
Ruoyun Lin, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Ana Levordashka, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Sonja Utz, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
9. Computer Agent’s Advice: Effects of Embodiment and Labelling on People’s Responses to the Agent’s Advice
Younbo Jung, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Taezoon Park, Soongsil U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jihyun Kim, Kent State U, USA
Alvin Wong, A*Star Singapore, SINGAPORE
Young-Nam Seo, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Data Capitalism: Redefining the Logics of Surveillance and Privacy
Sarah Myers West, U of Southern California - Annenberg School for Communication, USA
10. Does Interactivity Influence Parasocial Relationships? A YouTube Paradigm
Haiyan Jia, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Arienne Ferchaud, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Enica Castaneda, Pennsylvania State U, USA
11. Infrastructures of Community in 20th Century America
Mathias Crawford, Stanford U, USA
12. Weibo, WeChat, and the Chinese Culture of Connectivity
Kecheng Fang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
13. Why Users Share the News: Uncovering the Role of Motives, Attitudes, and Intention in Predicting News Sharing Behavior
Anna Sophie Kuempel, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
Veronika Karnowski, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
Larissa Leonhard, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
14. Caring Is Not Enough: The Importance of Internet Skills for Online Privacy Protection
Moritz Buchi, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Natascha Just, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Michael Latzer, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
15. Citizen Journalism and Civic Participation Revisited: The Moderating Roles of Discussion Network Attributes
Masahiro Yamamoto, U of Wisconsin - La Crosse, USA
Seungahn Nah, U of Kentucky, USA
16. Communication Competence and Expected Outcomes in Social Media Political Expression
Alcides Velasquez, Pontificia U Javeriana, COLOMBIA
Hernando Rojas, U of Wisconsin, USA
17. Cultural Differences in Online Community Motivations: Exploring Korean Automobile Online Brand Communities
(KAOBCs) and American Automobile Online Brand Communities (AAOBCs)
Jae Hee Park, U of North Florida, USA
Sally J. McMillan, U of Tenessee, USA
18. Exploring the De-Stigmatizing Effect of Social Media on Homosexuality in China: An Interpersonal Mediated Contact
Versus Parasocial Mediated Contact Perspective
Yue Wu, China Youth U of Political Studies, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yi Mou, Shanghai Jiao Tong U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yi Wang, U of Louisville, USA
David J. Atkin, U of Connecticut, USA
19. Facebook Brand Communities: A Qualitative and Quantitative Study on U.S. College Students’ Motivations for
Participation
Quan Xie, Bradley U, USA
Hong Cheng, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
20. I’ll Stay With You Even When You Betray Me : The Impact of Brand Anthropomorphism on Consumer-Brand
Relationship and the Mediating Role of Social Presence
Taeyeon Kim, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yongjun Sung, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jang Ho Moon, Sookmyung Women’s U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
21. Quantity and Quality of Support for Digital Engagement
Alexander van Deursen, U of Twente / GW / CW, THE NETHERLANDS
Ellen Johanna Helsper, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
22. Do QR Codes Make People More Likely to Engage With iPad, Comparing People Who Are Interested in Personalized
Content and Those Who Are Not?
Liu Yang, Bowling Green State U, USA
Itay Gabay, Bowling Green State U, USA
Claire Youngnyo Joa, Bowling Green State U, USA
Dinah Tetteh, Bowling Green State U, USA
Mike Horning, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U, USA
23. Evaluating the Credibility of Online Reviewers
Brandon Van Der Heide, Michigan State U, USA
Yue Dai, Michigan State U, USA
Benjamin Prchal, Michigan State U, USA
Soo Yun Shin, Michigan State U, USA
David Beyea, Michigan State U, USA
24. Multilevel Connectedness to Social Media Storytelling Network and Advocacy
Jin-Ae Kang, East Carolina U, USA
Brittany Thompson, East Carolina U, USA
25. The Evolution of Digital Diplomacy: A Critical Analysis
Eytan Gilboa, Bar-Ilan U, ISRAEL
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Global Communication and Social Change Interactive Poster Session
Global Communication and Social Change
Participants
26. Reporting Human Rights: A Study of News Representations and Journalist Practices
Susana Sampaio-Dias, U of Portsmouth, UNITED KINGDOM
27. Knowing About Latin America in China: Information Sources, Media Portrayals, and Gratifications
Yicheng Zhu, U of South Carolina, USA
Zhao Chen, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
28. The Geographic Dimension of Citizenship in Digital Activism: Analysis of the Effects of Local and Global Citizenship and
Social Networking Sites on Participation in the Occupy Movement
Kanghui Baek, Hankuk U of Foreign Studies, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
29. Entertainment-Education in a Saturated Media Environment: The Enduring Effects of an Ebola Puppet Safety
Announcement
Lee Shaker, Portland State U, USA
Paul Falzone, Peripheral Vision International, USA
Paul Sparks, Peripheral Vision International, UGANDA
30. Virtual Ties, Perceptible Reciprocity, and Real-Life Gratifications in Online Community Networks: QQ User Groups in
China
Zixue Tai, U of Kentucky, USA
Xiaolong Liu, Guangdong Pharmaceutical U, CHINA
31. Power to the “Flowers”
Jack Liu, Guangdong U of Foreign Studies, CHINA
32. Anime & Agonism: Politics, Parody, and Anime as Transnational Genre at Animecon/Finncon ’08
Mario George Rodriguez, Stetson U, USA
33. Untimely Globalization: The 11.11 Shopping Festival in the Global Culture Industry
Sara X. T. Liao, U of Texas, USA
34. Meanings and Functions of Social Media to Migrant Students: Comparision Between Vietnamese Students in Korea and
Singapore
Soontae An, Ewha Womans U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sun Sun Lim, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
HANNAH LEE, Ewha Womans U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Becky Pham, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
35. How to (Re)act? Moral Reflections of an Audience to Messages of Distant Suffering
Eline Huiberts, Ghent U, BELGIUM
36. Digitally Mediated Political Activism: The Democratic Impacts of Internet Diffusion in the Asian Cultural Context
Shin Haeng Lee, U of Washington, USA
37. Conceptualizing Social Enterprise in a Global Context
Hyemi Lee, Ewha Womans U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Lalatendu Acharya, Purdue U, USA
38. Newspaper Portrayal of Chinese Investment in Latin American Newspapers: A Content Analysis
Yicheng Zhu, U of South Carolina, USA
Longxing Wang, U Complutense de Madrid, SPAIN
39. Motivating News Audiences: Shock Them or Provide Them With Solutions?
Karen Elizabeth McIntyre, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Meghan Sobel, Regis U, USA
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Intercultural Communication Interactive Poster Session
Intercultural Communication
Participants
40. Communication Orientations of Privilege in Talk About Race: An Examination of Discourse Surrounding the Oklahoma
Affirmative Action Ban Amendment
Bobbi Van Gilder, U of Oklahoma, USA
Roni Jackson, U of Oklahoma, USA
41. Movie Selection and eWOM Preference: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Leyla Dogruel, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Xiaoming Hao, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
42. Comparative Study of Intercultural Sensitivity of College Students in Two Distinctive Institutions in the US
Eun-Jeong Han, John Carroll U, USA
Yunying Zhang, Austin Peay State U, USA
43. A Digital Truce Line Between South and North Korea? : An Analysis of North Koreans’ Digital Access, Digital Literacy,
and Media Use
Bumgi Min, Pennsylvania State U, USA
44. Meet the Media Characters From Another Culture: Influence of Ethnocentrism on Parasocial Interaction
Mu Hu, West Virginia Wesleyan College, USA
Minghui Chen, Anhui U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Mengjie Li, Anhui U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zewen Yin, Anhui U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
45. Individualism, Collectivism, and Social Dominance as Predictors of HIV Stigma in China and the US
Weirui Wang, Florida International U, USA
Maria Elena Villar, Florida International U, USA
46. Portal News Usage, News Credibility, and Publicity Perception in Korea
Sang Hee Kweon, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Younga Won, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
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Intergroup Communication Interactive Poster Session
Intergroup Communication
Participants
47. 'THIS IS NOT REAL, NO WAY!': The (Failed?) Ironic Utterance as a Social Segregation Tool
Noam Gal, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
48. Predictors of Finnish Adolescent’s Prejudice towards Russian Immigrants and the Effect of Intergroup Contact
Elvis Nshom Ngwayuh, U of Jyvskyl, FINLAND
49. Time Factors as an Influence on Intergroup Communication in the Workplace
Ann M Rogerson, U of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA
Interpersonal Communication Interactive Poster Session
Interpersonal Communication
Participants
50. Discrepancy Models of Belief and Confidence Change: A Test of Information Processing and Self-Validation Predictions
Shinobu Suzuki, Hokkaido U, JAPAN
51. Interpersonal Discussions and Immigration Attitudes
Antonis Kalogeropoulos, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
David Nicolas Hopmann, U of Southern Denmark, Centre for Journalism, DENMARK
52. ”I Have Nothing to Hide”: Analyzing the Relation Between Privacy Needs and Integrity
Tobias Dienlin, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Miriam Metzger, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
53. Perceptions of Appropriateness: Receivers’ Reactions to Message Design Logics
Aileen Buslig, Concordia College-Moorhead, USA
Anthony Ocana, Minnesota State U, Moorhead, USA
54. The Effect of Adoptive Status on Interpersonal Attraction and Source Credibility
Kevin Pearce, Bryant U, USA
Language and Social Interaction Interactive Poster Session
Language & Social Interaction
Participants
55. From “Whom to Blame” to “Nothing to Fear”: Voices, Documentary Narratives and Dependent Destigmatization of Severe
Mental Patients (SMP) in Hong Kong
Yungeng Li, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
56. Making History Together: Derogatory Online Comments on Chinese Mythic Plays as Echoes of Hegemonic Discourse
Shangwei Wu, Renmin U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Tabe Bergman, Renmin U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Mobile Communication Interactive Poster Session
Mobile Communication
Participants
57. Apple and the Business of Mobile Maps
Rowan Wilken, Swinburne U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
58. Social Values, Mobile Communication, and Engagement With Civic Affairs in South Korea
Nojin Kwak, U of Michigan, USA
Hoon Lee, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
59. [Im]mobility in the Age on [im]mobile phones
Helen Thornham, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Edgar Gomez Cruz, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
60. “Passing-by” at the Intersection of Mobility and Sociality
Keiko Nishimura, U of North Carolina, USA
Organizational Communication Interactive Poster Session
Organizational Communication
Participants
61. “Data is the Latest Buzz Around Here”: Navigating Expert Relationships in Analytics
Joshua B. Barbour, U of Texas, USA
Bradley Kolar, Avail Advisors, USA
Lisa Callahan, Accenture, USA
62. Navigating Structure Paradoxes in Entrepreneurial Careers: A Ventriloqual Analysis of Women Business Owners’
Experiences in China, Denmark, and the United States
Ziyu Long, Colorado State U, USA
63. Multichannel Management Strategies of Governmental Organizations
Marloes Jansen, Northumbria U, UNITED KINGDOM
Wolfgang Ebbers, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Lidwien van de Wijngaert, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Willem Jan Pieterson, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
64. Visibility, Thresholds, and Threats as Antecedents to Networked Collective Action: A Case Study of Reddit’s 2011 Boycott
of GoDaddy.com
Leila Bighash, U of Southern California, USA
65. Working Longer: Punishment or Opportunity? Using Frames and Counterframes in Organizations’ Internal Communication
Bart Vyncke, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
Baldwin Van Gorp, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
66. “Let Our Emotion Tell the Stories”: An Exploration of Emotion Management in Chinese Work Groups’ Socialization
YIJIA GUO, U of Oklahoma, USA
67. CSR Communications and Stakeholder Perceptions: A Content Analysis of User Comments on YouTube
Baobao Song, U of Florida, USA
Jing (Taylor) Wen, U of Florida, USA
68. Go Beyond Disarray: An Study on Institutionalization of Food Safety Risk Communication of Chinese Government
Shanquan Chen, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Qijun He, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Hoi Shan Kwan, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
69. A Synthesized Theoretical Framework for Motors Driving Organizational Configurational Change
Brian Christopher Britt, South Dakota State U, USA
Sorin Adam Matei, Purdue U, USA
3427
Friday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
Public Relations Interactive Poster Session
Public Relations
Participants
70. Evaluating the Facebook Message Effectiveness of Top 50 Shanghai Ranking Universities
Jens Vogelgesang, U Hohenheim, GERMANY
Michael Scharkow, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
71. A Gamification Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility Communications
Kateryna Maltseva, BI Norwegian Business School, NORWAY
Christian Fieseler, Norwegian Business School (BI), NORWAY
72. Creating Consumer-Based Brand Equity With Brand Communication on Facebook
Wolfgang Weitzl, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Sabine A. Einwiller, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Ardion Daroca Beldad, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Robert Zniva, Wirtschafts U Vienna, AUSTRIA
73. Retaining Affective Commitment: The Role of a Human Voice in Webcare Interactions
Corne Dijkmans, NHTV Breda U of Applied Sciences, THE NETHERLANDS
Peter Kerkhof, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Camiel J. Beukeboom, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
74. Powered by Public Relations? Journalists’ and PR Practitioners’ Perceptions of Their Relationships and PR Influence
Thomas Koch, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Magdalena Obermaier, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Claudia Riesmeyer, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
75. Dialogic Communication in Lebanese NPOs’ Websites and Facebook Pages
Nadine A. Yehya, American U of Beirut, LEBANON
76. Is it Worth It? Consumers' Willingness to Pay for Socially Responsible Practices
Nicholas Browning, Indiana U, USA
77. Testing CSR as a Trust Driver Among Millennials and Nonmillennials in Developed and BRIC Countries
Yi-Ru Regina Chen, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Chun-ju Flora Hung-Baesecke, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
Ben Boyd, Edelman, USA
78. Between Online and Offline Agenda Building: The Interplay Between Agendas of Organizations, Media, and Public
Jeroen G.F. Jonkman, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Anne Cornelia Kroon, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Toni G.L.A. van der Meer, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Damian Trilling, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Piet Verhoeven, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
79. Flash Trading: Stock Market Reactions to Reuters and Bloomberg Tweets
Nadine Strauss, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Rens Vliegenthart, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Piet Verhoeven, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
80. Students’ Perceptions About Public Relations and Diversity-Related Issues
Nancy W. Muturi, Kansas State U, USA
Ge Zhu, Kansas State U, USA
Respondent
Chiara Valentini, Aarhus U, DENMARK
3472
Friday
12:30-13:45
Ocean Penthouse
Feminist Media Studies Editorial Board Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Cynthia Luanne Carter, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Andrea Lee Press, U of Virginia, USA
Mia L. Consalvo, Concordia U, CANADA
Kirsten Drotner, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Dafna Lemish, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Linda C. Steiner, U of Maryland, USA
Toby Miller, U del Norte, COLOMBIA
Lana F. Rakow, U of North Dakota, USA
Karen Ross, Northumbria U, UNITED KINGDOM
Larissa Hjorth, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
3520
Friday
14:00-15:15
Argos C
Computational Methods for Communication Research: What, Why, and How?
Theme Sessions
Participants
What Computational Methods can help to Advance Communication Research?
Robert Ackland, Australian National U, AUSTRALIA
A Way Forward: The Formation of an International Network on Computational Social Sciences
Frederik de Grove, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Topic Modeling in Online Communication Research: New Possibilities and Challenges
Sergei Koltcov, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Promoting Transparency and Replicability in Communication Research
Katherine Ognyanova, Rutgers U, USA
Bringing Time and Structure back to Communication Research
Tai-Quan Winson Peng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
From Many, One: Communication Studies, Computational Social Science, Multimethodology, and Multidisciplinarity
Nathaniel D. Poor, independent scholar, USA
R as a (Free) Toolkit for Semantic Network Analysis and Corpus Analysis
Kasper Welbers, Vrije U U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Wouter van Atteveldt, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
How to Embrace (Creatively and Critically) Computational Methods?
Jonathan J.H. Zhu, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
This panel focuses on an emerging paradigm of research (“computational social science”) across social sciences in general and
communication in particular. The panelists will address three W questions highlighted in the title of the panel: What are
computational methods relevant to and useful for communication research? Why do we need to adopt and embrace computational
methods? How can we equip ourselves with computational methods? In addition, the panelists will debate on “critical” questions
that have been voiced: What are the shortcomings and limitations of computational methods? How can we blend computational
methods with the traditional social science research methods? How can we deal with personal privacy, open-source research, and
other legal/ethical dilemmas?
3521
Friday
14:00-15:15
Argos D
Message Processing and Effects
Information Systems
Chair
Saleem Elias Alhabash, Michigan State U, USA
Participants
The Suasory Force of Sticky Messages: A Case of Asymmetric Message Effects
Franklin J. Boster, Michigan State U, USA
Rain Wuyu Liu, Michigan State U, USA
Ying Cheng, Michigan State U, USA
Wonkyung Kim, Michigan State U, USA
Sonia Jawaid Shaikh, U of Southern California, USA
Effects of Message Discrepancy and Source on Information Processing: Evidence From a NON-WERID population
Thanomwong Poorisat, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Benjamin H. Detenber, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
The Effect of “Anonymous Consumer”: A Study of Anonymity, Affect Intensity and Message Valence in the Cyberspace
Cheng Hong, U of Miami, USA
Cong Li, U of Miami, USA
The More the Better? Examining Multimedia Effect on Organizational Health Message Dissemination
Fan Yang, U of Miami, USA
You Scratch My Back, I’ll Scratch Yours: A Meta-Analysis of the Effect of Pregiving Messages
Allison Zorzie Shaw, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Emily A. Dolan, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Briana Nichole DeAngelis, Michigan State U, USA
Ryan Christopher Goei, U of Minnesota - Duluth, USA
Rating the News: How Expert and Lay Opinion Influence Source Credibility
David Wolfgang, U of Missouri, USA
Samuel Matthias Tham, U of Missouri, USA
E-Cigs and the “Wild West” of Advertising: Reaching Youth via Social Media and PSI
Erika Katherine Johnson, U of Missouri, USA
It’s Not About Who Says it, it is About Whether They Should Say it: Effects of Source Type and Congruence on Persuasiveness of
Anti "Texting While Driving" PSAs on Facebook
Chen Lou, Michigan State U, USA
Saleem Elias Alhabash, Michigan State U, USA
3522
Friday
14:00-15:15
Argos E
B.E.S.T.: Social and Collaborative Technologies in Organizational Communication
Organizational Communication
Chair
Bart J. van den Hooff, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Modeling the Adoption of Social Media by Newspaper Organizations: An Organizational Ecology Approach
Yu Xu, U of Southern California, USA
Organizational Boundary Regulation Through Social Media Policies
Michael Andreas Etter, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Scott G. Banghart, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Cynthia Stohl, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Social Media Warrants: Signal Inconsistencies Between Corporate Websites and LinkedIn Discourage Minority Job Candidates
Michael A. Stefanone, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Robyn Brouer, Canisius College, USA
Rebecca Badawy, Youngstown State U, USA
Social Media’s Dark Side: Inducing Boundary Conflicts
Ward van Zoonen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
“We Work in International Companies”: An Exploration of Social Media Uses in Chinese Employees’ Organizational Socialization
Yijia Guo, U of Oklahoma, USA
Sun Kyong Lee, U of Oklahoma, USA
Michael W. Kramer, U of Oklahoma, USA
“Welcome to Twitter, @CIA. Better Late Than Never”: Communication Professionals’ Views of Social Media Humor and
Implications for Organizational Identity
Joel Dag Rasmussen, Oslo and Akershus U College, SWEDEN
Wikis and Work Groups: A Social Network Approach to Predicting Community Growth
Jeremy Foote, Northwestern U, USA
Aaron Shaw, Northwestern U, USA
Benjamin Mako Hill, U of Washington, USA
Collaboration Versus Cooperation: Shared Technology for Organizational Outcomes
Jennifer Ihm, Kwangwoon U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Katherine R Cooper, Northwestern U, USA
Respondents
Chih-Hui Lai, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Keri Keilberg Stephens, U of Texas, USA
B.E.S.T. sessions are "Brief Entertaining Scholarly Talks". In this format, each participant gives a 5 minute, high-energy,
technology-enhanced presentation designed to excite the audience about the research. For the final 30 minutes of the session,
presenters and audience members meet 2 or 3 small breakout groups to discuss ideas stimulated by that set of papers.
3523
Friday
14:00-15:15
Argos F
CAM Research Escalator Session 1
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Mapping the Invisible and Exploring Connections Between Young People, Technology, Place, and Well-Being
Michelle Catanzaro, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Milissa Deitz, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Emma Keltie, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Tanya Notley, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Katrina Sandbach, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Amanda Third, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Effects From Smoking-Related Media Messages on Chinese Adolescent Smoking: Testing the Mediating Role of Perceived
Descriptive Peer Norm
Chun Zhou, U of Miami, USA
The Power of Social Media Influencers: A Study of the Use of Influencers by Brands to Communicate With Adolescent Consumers
Amy Jo Struthers, U of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Mobile Phone Use and the Changing Values of the Young Igorot
Dazzelyn Baltazar Zapata, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Presenting Ourselves Into Being: Exploring Social Media Use and Self-Concept Change for Adolescents
Sarah Rose Marcus, Rutgers U, USA
Understanding the Web Use Behavior of Our Youngest Internet Audience
Fashina Alade, Northwestern U, USA
Tethered Toddler, Distracted Toddler? Linking Preschoolers’ Attention-Deficiency to Task-Switching and Extraneous ProblemSolving When Using Tablets
Stephanie Van Hove, iMinds-MICT-Ghent U, BELGIUM
Respondents
Agnes Lucy Lando, Daystar U, KENYA
Amy Bleakley, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Dafna Lemish, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Jan Van den Bulck, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Lee Humphreys, Cornell U, USA
Mariek Vanden Abeele, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Marie-Louise Mares, U of Wisconsin, USA
The CAM research escalator sessions maximize the value our division puts on mentorship. The sessions focus on works-in-progress
from junior scholars or scholars working in a new area area. Each project is paired with a mentor who reads the project before the
conference. In the session, the scholars will present their project to the room in 2-3 minutes. Then mentors and scholars break off to
receive feedback. Guests to the session are invited to join any pairing for the conversation. After 45 minutes, scholars give a 2minute presentation of what they took from the mentor to the room.
3524
Friday
14:00-15:15
Navis A
Theorizing Journalism
Journalism Studies
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Edson Tandoc, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Participants
Journalism Beyond Democracy: A New Look Into Journalistic Roles in Civic and Everyday Life
Thomas Hanitzsch, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
Tim P. Vos, U of Missouri, USA
Mapping the Space of Journalistic Labor in the New Media Environment: A Model
Michael B. Karlsson, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Karin Fast, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Johan Eric Lindell, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Henrik Ornebring, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
A Reconciliation With Objectivity
Juliette De Maeyer, U de Montreal, CANADA
Thomas Martine, U de Montreal, CANADA
A Five-Level Theory of Journalistic Expertise
Zvi Reich, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
Yigal Godler, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
Respondent
Michael Schudson, Columbia U, USA
3525
Friday
14:00-15:15
Navis B
Health Communication in Asia
Health Communication
Chairs
Do Kyun Kim, U of Louisiana - Lafayette, USA
Gary L. Kreps, George Mason U, USA
Participants
Health Communication in Japan: Past, Present and Future
Akira Miyahara, Seinan Gakuin U, JAPAN
Health Communication in China and Future Research Agenda: Case Studiesof HINTS-China and Survey on Essential Medicines
Perception and Usage among Chinese Citizens
Guoming Yu, Renmin U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Health Communication in South Korea: Lessons Learned From the MERS outbreak
Hye-Jin Paek, Hanyang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Changing Health Communication Scenario in India: Challenges and Prospects
Suchi Gaur, Public Health Foundation of India, INDIA
Respondents
Do Kyun Kim, U of Louisiana - Lafayette, USA
Gary L. Kreps, George Mason U, USA
The history of health communication in Asia is not as long as the western countries’. However its importance is even higher due to
the large population, discrepancy in health literacy and health care, conflict between western medicine and traditional vernacular,
and the high number of outbreaks and health risks after natural disasters. This panel presents leading health communication scholars
from China, Japan, South Korea, and India, where the health communication scholarship has been the most developed.
3526
Friday
14:00-15:15
Navis C
Advertising and Privacy
Communication and Technology
Chair
Rebecca A. Hayes, Illinois State U, USA
Participants
Empathic Media: Advertising, Soft Biometrics, and Intimacy (Instead of Privacy)
Andrew McStay, Bangor U, UNITED KINGDOM
Sponsored Adverting on Social Media: Consumer Privacy, Attitudes, and Purchase Intentions
Carolyn A. Lin, U of Connecticut, USA
Tonghoon Kim, U of Connecticut, USA
“I Agree”: The Effect of Consumer Educational Programs on Consumers’ Online Behavioral Advertising and Cookie Perceptions
Guda van Noort, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Hilde Voorveld, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Verena Wottrich, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Edith Gloria Smit, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Risk Assessment in E-Commerce: How Seller Photo, Reputation, and Stake Influence Purchase Behavior and Decision Certainty
Yue Dai, Michigan State U, USA
Greg Viken, Michigan State U, USA
Eunsin Joo, Michigan State U, USA
Gary Bente, U of Cologne, GERMANY
3530
Friday
14:00-15:15
Nire
Sexual Health Communication: Consent, Pledges, Safe Sex, Contraceptives
Health Communication
Chair
Rowena Lyn Briones, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Participants
Factors Associated With Intentions to Negotiate Sexual Consent: Media Effects and Integrative Model
Stacey J. T. Hust, Washington State U, USA
Jiayu Li, Washington State U, USA
Framing Data With Emotional and Rational Appeals in Safer Sex Infographics
Yi Wang, U of Louisville, USA
Intentional or Incidental? Information Seeking, Scanning, and Contraception Use Among Young Women
Jazmyne Sutton, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Let’s Talk About Condoms: Incorporating Communication Into the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Condom Use Among
African American Women
Mengfei Guan, U of Georgia, USA
Valerie Berenice Coles, U of Georgia, USA
Jennifer A. Samp, U of Georgia, USA
Jessica McDermott Sales, Emory U, USA
Ralph J. DiClemente, Emory U, USA
Jennifer L. Monahan, U of Georgia, USA
Parental Sexual Beliefs and Experiences: Privacy Management in Multiadic Family Interviews About Purity Pledges
Jimmie Manning, Northern Illinois U, USA
3531
Friday
14:00-15:15
Kusu
News and Social Media
Communication and Technology
Chair
Nathan Stolero, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Participants
Tweeting and Commenting About Ferguson: National and Local Perspectives
Joshua Hawthorne, U of Missouri, USA
Esther Thorson, U of Missouri, USA
Mitchell S. McKinney, U of Missouri, USA
Kellie Stanfield, U of Missouri, USA
Appetizer or Main Dish? Explaining the Use of Facebook News Content as a Substitute for Other News Sources
Philipp Mueller, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Pascal Schneiders, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Svenja Schaefer, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
A Longitudinal Analysis of the Dynamic Agenda-Setting Process in the Social Media
Pianpian Wang, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Governing Hate Speech by Means of Counterspeech on Facebook
Carla Schieb, Muenster U, GERMANY
Mike Preuss, Muenster U, GERMANY
3532
Friday
14:00-15:15
Kashi
3D Printing as Communicative Practice: Emergent Affordances, Collaborative Relationships, and Social Implications
Communication and Technology
Chair
Laura Forlano, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Participants
Entry-Level 3D Printers in the Maker Movement: Repairing, Fixing, and Adjusting
Camille Bosque, Ensci-Les Ateliers, FRANCE
When Things Communicate: A SNA based analysis of Thingiverse’s Object Oriented Networks
Robbie Fordyce, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Making Things as “Social” Media
Laura Forlano, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Making, Piracy, Profit: Sharing 3D Printing Files Online as Disruptive Communication Practice
Luke Justin Heemsbergen, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
3533
Friday
14:00-15:15
Kaede
Journalism as Practice: Values and Perceptions
Journalism Studies
Chair
Matthew Powers, U of Washington, USA
Participants
Prestige Differentiation in Journalism: Exploring Journalists’ Perceptions of Media Elites Through a Social Hierarchy Perspective
Hai Tran, DePaul U, USA
Matthew Wade Ragas, DePaul U, USA
Job Autonomy: How Kenyan Newspeople Perceive Their Journalistic Latitude
Kioko Ireri, United States International U-Africa, KENYA
Professional Impact and Job Satisfaction Among Chinese Journalists
Liu Yi, Xiamen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xiaoming Hao, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Nainan Wen, Nanjing U, CHINA
Power, Truth, and Fetishistic Disavowal in Thai and Chinese Journalism
Jesse Owen Hearns-Branaman, National Institute of Development Administration, THAILAND
Respondent
Jane B. Singer, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
3540
Friday
14:00-15:15
Rigel
Comparative Global Assessment of the Media Coverage of Japan’s “Comfort Women” Issue
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Kaori Hayashi, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Participants
The “Comfort Women” Issue and the Abe Administration
Kaori Hayashi, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Conflicting “Realities” in-between Korea and Japan: The Meaning of Asahi’s Withdrawal of Reporting on “Comfort Women” in
2014
Kayoung Kim, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Jiyoon Kim, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
“Comfort Women” in British and French Newspapers
César Castellvi, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Omri Reis, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Domesticating the “Comfort Women” Issue: The Coverage of U.S. Newspapers
Sunyoung Kwak, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
This panel investigates how domestic or regional issues develop into global news in the age of globalization. We specifically focus
on the following points: 1) identifying agenda setters of a regional controversy or/and how they assume control of the issues; 2) in
what ways national/global media play a part in framing the issues; 3) whether or in what ways geographical proximities come into
play and how the level of interconnectedness between the domestic and international politics matter.
3541
Friday
14:00-15:15
Vega
Methodological Advances in Mass Communication Research
Mass Communication
Chair
Jens Vogelgesang, U Hohenheim, GERMANY
Participants
Development of a New Research Method Using an Open Source Plugin for Web Analytics Software to Measure Online Selective
Exposure in Naturalistic Settings
Dominik Johannes Leiner, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Sebastian Scherr, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Anne Bartsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
How WEIRD are We? Sample Diversity in Premier Mass Communications Journals
Carol M. Liebler, Syracuse U, USA
Hanna Birkhead, Syracuse U, USA
YaoJun Yan, Syracuse U, USA
Our Research's Breadth Lives on Convenience Samples: A Case Study of the Online Respondent Pool “SoSci Panel”
Dominik Johannes Leiner, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Too Fast, Too Straight, Too Weird: Post Hoc Identification of Meaningless Data in Internet Surveys
Dominik Johannes Leiner, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
3542
Friday
14:00-15:15
Kiku
Politicized Communication: Movements, Ideology, and Modernity
Communication History
Chair
Nicole Maurantonio, U of Richmond, USA
Participants
Beur Broadcasting and Minority Representation in Postcolonial France
Annemarie Iddins, U of Michigan, USA
From Propaganda to Realism and Humanism: Three Phases of Chinese Photojournalism, 1937-1988
Shi Li, Southern Illinois U - Edwardsville, USA
Humour and Habermas: Problematizing Satire as Public Communication in France’s July Monarchy (1830-1835) (Top Paper)
Hatty Liu, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
Leading the Second Wave Into the Third Wave: Women Journalists and Discursive Continuity of Feminism
Yong Z. Volz, U of Missouri, USA
Teri Finneman, South Dakota State U, USA
Respondent
Nicole Maurantonio, U of Richmond, USA
3543
Friday
14:00-15:15
Ran
Textual Analyses in Mass Communication Research
Mass Communication
Chair
Jane O'Boyle, U of South Carolina, USA
Participants
Casting an ‘Outsider’ in the Ritual Centre: Two Decades of Performances of ‘Rural Migrants’ in CCTV’s Spring Festival Gala
Yan Yuan, Huazhong U of Science and Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
On the Social Construction of Democracy: Modal Rhetoric in Postreunification Editorials by Former East vs. West German
Journalists
Carl W. Roberts, Iowa State U, USA
Cornelia Zuell, GESIS – ZUMA, GERMANY
Roel Popping, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, BELGIUM
Only the Good Die Young: Music Lyrics Reflect Psychological Distress
David Matthew Markowitz, Stanford U, USA
Jeff Hancock, Cornell U, USA
Third Party Critique and the Illusion of Objectivity in the Accountability News Interview
Polly Keary, U of Washington, USA
3545
Friday
14:00-15:15
Sumire
Citizenship, Community, and Civic Engagement
Political Communication
Chair
Karolina Koc-Michalska, Audencia Business School, FRANCE
Participants
Alternative Citizenship Models: Mapping the New "Good Citizen"
Neta Kligler-Vilenchik, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Political Participation in Nonpolitical Online Communities: The Role of Sense of Community
SuMin Lee, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Unmasking the Crowd: Participants’ Motivation Factors, Expectations and Profile in a Crowdsourced Law Reform
Tanja Katarina Aitamurto, Stanford U, USA
Hélène Landemore, Yale U, USA
Jorge Saldivar, U of Trento, ITALY
We Live in an Imagined Community: Cross-Level Interaction Effects of Neighborhood Disadvantages With SNS Uses, ICSN, and
Community Engagement
Eui-Kyung Shin, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Ahra Cho, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Ji-Min Park, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yong-Chan Kim, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
“Digital Citizenship” Revisited: The Impact of ICTs on Citizens’ Political Communication Beyond the Western State
Martin J. Emmer, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Marlene Kunst, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
3546
Friday
14:00-15:15
Koh
Borders, Nations, and Cosmopolitanism
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Silvio R. Waisbord, George Washington U, USA
Participants
Imagining Europe’s Borders: Commemorative Art on Migrant Tragedies
Karina Horsti, Academy of Finland, FINLAND
Global Solidarity and Cosmopolitan Agency: Online Public Discourses on Child Slavery
Anne Vestergaard, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Having a Soul or Choosing a Face? Nation Branding, Identity, and Cosmopolitan Imagination
Per Stahlberg, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Goran Bolin, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Circulating a Fashion: Performance of Nation Branding in Finland and Sweden
Katja Valaskivi, U of Tampere, FINLAND
3547
Friday
14:00-15:15
Yoh
3548
Friday
14:00-15:15
Kei
Powerful Communication Across Cultures: The Production and Distribution of Transnational Television Drama
Popular Communication
Participants
Italian TV Drama Going Transnational
Milly Buonanno, U of Rome, ITALY
Other People’s TV: The Australian Experience of the Transnational Trade in the TV Crime Drama
Susan Eiisabeth Turnbull, U of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA
Spectrum of Engagement: Producers and Audiences for Crime Drama "The Bridge"
Annette Hill, Lund U, SWEDEN
From National to Transnational Production of Popular Series: New Co-production Strategies in Danish Television Drama
Eva Novrup Redvall, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
The Costs of Transnational Success: How Netflix went from Companion to Competitor during the Production of "Lilyhammer"
Vilde Sundet, Lillehammer U College, NORWAY
Top Papers in Intercultural Communication
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Participants
A Taste of Europe: Eating/Reading Between the Lines of the German-Italian Failed Love Story
Julia Khrebtan-Hoerhager, Colorado State U, USA
Media, Perception, and Adaptation: Using Q-Methodology in Intercultural Research
Clark Callahan, Brigham Young U, USA
Global Radio: An Investigation of User Comments on Facebook Pages of Trinidad and Tobago’s Indian Music Format Radio
Stations
Shaheed Nick Mohammed, Pennsylvania State U, Altoona, USA
Avinash Thombre, U of Arkansas - Little Rock, USA
Lawn Bowling Together?: Race, Place, and Community Storytelling in a Californian Ethnoburbia
Andrea Wenzel, U of Southern California, USA
Nien-Tsu Nancy Chen, California State U, Channel Islands, USA
Chi Zhang, U of Southern California, USA
3549
Friday
14:00-15:15
Board Room
Forms of Power: Public Diplomacy and Government Relations
Public Relations
Chair
Katerina Tsetsura, U of Oklahoma, USA
Participants
The Communitive Power of Narrative Battles Versus Identity Resilience in Public Diplomacy
RS Zaharna, American U, USA
Unpacking Public Sentiment Toward the Government: How Government Communication Strategies Affect Public Engagement,
Cynicism, and Word-of-Mouth Behavior in South Korea
Soojin Kim, Singapore Management U, SINGAPORE
Arunima Krishna, Purdue U, USA
The Rise and Fall of Nation Branding: A Literature Review of Conceptualizing, Legitimizing, and Contesting It
Elena Alina Dolea, U of Bucharest, ROMANIA
America’s Selfie: Two Years Later
Ilan Manor, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
The Role of Cultural Congruency in Mediated Gastrodiplomacy: A Qualitative Framing Analysis of the U.S.-Japan Sushi Summit
Derek Moscato, U of Oregon, USA
Respondent
Chiara Valentini, Aarhus U, DENMARK
3550
Friday
14:00-15:15
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: Tips, Tricks, and Hacks for Careers Inside Academia
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Francois Allard-Huver, Paris Sorbonne U - CELSA, FRANCE
Charlotte Loeb, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Paola Sartoretto, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Karin Fikkers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Holli Hitt Seitz, U of Pennsylvania, USA
The aim of this Blue Sky Workshop is to provide PhD candidates and early-career scholars with effective advice from experts and
senior or newly appointed scholars in order to prepare themselves for the academic job market as well as to successfully plan the
first years of their academic career. It also aims to help young scholars navigate the complexity and variety of academic career paths
around the world. The workshop will consist of two parts, short presentations from the panellists (experience, tips and advice)
followed by an open group discussion between all participants. In addition, the workshop is meant to offer an opportunity to discuss
and exchange ideas on key issues for young scholars and their integration in academia.
3551
Friday
14:00-15:15
Anzu
Industry Change and Accommodation
Media Industry Studies
Chair
Jacob Nelson, Northwestern U, USA
Participants
Business Strategies of Korean TV Players in the Age of Over-The-Top (OTT) Video Service
Eun-A Park, U of New Haven, USA
Industrial Convergence, Power, and Politics: The Persistent Structure of Media Industries in Indonesia
Titik Rahayu, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
EU Platform Regulation and its Impact on the Media and Communication Industry
Katharina Hoelck, Vrije U Brussel, BELGIUM
Pieter Ballon, Vrije U Brussel, BELGIUM
Slicing the Pie: The Search for an Equitable Recorded Music Economy
Aram A. Sinnreich, American U, USA
The Financialization of the Music Industry: Ownership, Equity, Data
Andrew deWaard, U of California, Los Angeles, USA
3552
Friday
14:00-15:15
Hagi
Governing Free Speech and Information in the 21st Century
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Sharon Strover, U of Texas, USA
Participants
The Taming of the Shrill: Justice Brennan’s Prophetic Dissent on the Chilling of Broadcast Satire
Ian Case Punnett, Arizona State U, USA
Neutral Reportage in English Common Law: Codified as the "Public Interest" Defense
Kyu Ho Youm, U of Oregon, USA
Beyond Admissibility: The Prosecutorial Affordances of Social Media Use
Jeffrey Lane, Rutgers U, USA
Fanny Anne Ramirez, Rutgers U, USA
Merely Window Dressing? Accomplishments and Challenges in Enforcing China’s First Freedom of Information Law
Yong Tang, Western Illinois U, USA
3553
Friday
14:00-15:15
Fuji
Race and Ethnicity Across Learning Environments
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Anamik Saha, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Race is Not a Card: Student Images and Words Educating and Mobilizing Against Everyday Racism
Diana Lee, U of Southern California, USA
Factors That Influence Evaluation of Support Messages for Everyday Racial Discrimination: The Effect of Source Ethnicity,
Interethnic Friendships, and Scenario Severity
Uttara Manohar, Miami U, USA
Susan Lee Kline, Ohio State U, USA
The Power of Silence: How Whiteness Ideologies are Perpetuated Through Classroom Discourse
Angela Putman, Pennsylvania State U - Brandywine, USA
3554
Friday
14:00-15:15
Sakura
IAMCR: Memory, Commemoration, and Communication: Looking Back, Looking Forward
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Janet Wasko, International Assocation for Media and Communication Research, USA
Participants
Memory and Empire: Reflections on the Past through Mediated Genealogy
Peter Lunt, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Remembering How Our Media Came to Be: A Japanese and American Comparison
Victor W. Pickard, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Cultural Amnesia: The Case of Ballet, Ballroom Dancing and the BBC
Deborah Philips, U of Brighton, UNITED KINGDOM
Contracts of Silence: The Political Economic Implications of Enforced Silence
Randy Nichols, Bentley U, USA
What is Media? @ IAMCR @ ICA
Jeremy Swartz, U of Oregon, USA
Assumptions in the Construction of a Global History
Anabelle Sreberny, International Assocation for Media and Communication Research, UNITED KINGDOM
Although scholars have long been interested in memory and culture, advancements in technologies are providing new and innovative
opportunities to think about how it is created, preserved, passed on, and archived. Within academia, we have witnessed increased
interest in cultural memory studies – from media representations of the past, oral history projects and growing interest in digitizing
data leading to the history of everything. As a result, the growing interest in (mediations of) cultural memory provides a timely
opportunity not only to look back at which memories get preserved or forgotten, but also to look forward to how cultural memories
might be archived, remembered, (re)produced, storied, erased, modified and retold across time and space.
3560
Friday
14:00-15:15
Olive
Information and Perceptions of Out Groups: Between Empathy and Conflict
Political Communication
Chair
Jason C. Coronel, Ohio State U, USA
Participants
Giving the Underdog a Leg Up: A Counternarrative of Nonviolent Resistance Improves Sustained Third-Party Support of a
Disempowered Group
Emile Gabriel Bruneau, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Daniel Lane, U of Michigan, USA
Muniba Saleem, U of Michigan, USA
Helping the Homeless: Empathy, Race, and Support for Homelessness in America
Kimberly A. Gross, George Washington U, USA
Julie Wronski, U of Mississippi, USA
Robert M. Entman, George Washington U, USA
I Saw You in the News: Mediated Contact With Outgroups Can Improve Outgroup Attitudes Above and Beyond Direct Contact
Magdalena E. Wojcieszak, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Rachid Azrout, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Je Suis Charlie? The Framing of Ingroup Transgression and the Attribution of Responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo Attack
Nathan Walter, U of Southern California, USA
Stefanie Demetriades, U of Southern California, USA
Ruthie Kelly, U of Southern California, USA
Traci Gillig, U of Southern California, USA
3561
Friday
14:00-15:15
Sage
Mediated Close Relationships: Interpersonal Communication Online
Interpersonal Communication
Communication and Technology
Chair
Kristina M. Scharp, Utah State U, USA
Participants
Affectionate Communication and Relational Characteristics on Facebook
Daniel Hans Mansson, Pennslyvania State U - Hazleton, USA
How Other-Directed Facebook Use Affects Self-Views
Eun-Ju Lee, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Eugene Cho, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jeong-woo Jang, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Keeping Up Online Appearances: How Self-Disclosure on Facebook Affects Perceived Reputation and Likability Among
Colleagues
Anika Batenburg, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Jos Bartels, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sex, Lies, and Media Use: Communication Channel and Perceptions of Deception About Romantic Infidelity
James Alex Bonus, U of Wisconsin, USA
Catalina Laura Toma, U of Wisconsin, USA
“We Talk Online Because We Are Close Offline”: Bridging Offline Uncertainty and Online Social Networking
Yao SUN, U of Southern California, USA
3620
Friday
15:30-16:45
Argos C
KACA & CCA Joint Research Paper Session: Complexity of Asian News: Government and Engagement
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Eyun-Jung Ki, U of Alabama, USA
Shuhua Zhou, U of Alabama, USA
Participants
Reciprocity of Government Restructuring/Policy Changes and the Convergent Environment in South Korea
Eun-A Park, U of New Haven, USA
How Partisan Newspapers Represented a Pandemic: The Case of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in South Korea
Sangwon Lee, U of Wisconsin, USA
Jihyun Esther Paik, U of Wisconsin, USA
Questioning Premiers in China: Examining Journalists’ Aggressiveness at Chinese Premiers’ Press Conferences (1993-2015)
Feng Wu, Jiangnan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yang Cheng, U of Missouri, USA
HONG ZHAO, U of Missouri, USA
The Influence of the Perception of Organizational Justice on Employee Engagement, Turnover Intention, and Employee Boosterism
Minjeong Kang, Indiana U, USA
MinJung Sung, Chung-Ang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Understanding the Relationship of Weibo TV viewing and Media Engagement in China
Trisha T. C. Lin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Ziqi Liang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Yi-hsuan Chiang, Shih Hsin U, TAIWAN
Issue Involvement, News Attention, Knowledge, and Third-Person Effect of Mainland China’s Anti-Corruption Movement News
Lei Guo, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Chris Chao Su, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Hao Li, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Respondents
Hyun Jung Yun, Texas State U, USA
Esther Yook, George Mason U, USA
3621
Friday
15:30-16:45
Argos D
Best Papers in Information Systems Division
Information Systems
Chair
Kevin Wise, U of Illinois, USA
Participants
Measuring the Effects of Traditional vs. Satirical News on Moral Judgment: A Study With fMRI and Structural Equation Modeling
(Top Student Paper)
Yoomin Lee, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Dynamic Modeling in Communication Research
Matt Irwin, Ohio State U, USA
Zheng Joyce Wang, Ohio State U, USA
Neural Correlates of Selecting and Sharing Information
Elisa Baek, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Christin Scholz, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Matthew Brook O'Donnell, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Emily Falk, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Scared of the Dark: Examining Aversive Activation During a Virtual Navigation Task
Joomi Lee, Michigan State U, USA
Annie Lang, Indiana U, USA
3622
Friday
15:30-16:45
Argos E
CAT Hybrid Session 1: ICTs, Divides, and Privacy
Communication and Technology
Chair
Lee Humphreys, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Keeping Up With Society: A Critical Perspective on Older Active Users’ Understandings and Engagement with ICTs
Magdalena Kania-Lundholm, Uppsala U, SWEDEN
Educational Systems, Digital Learning & Literacy, and Inverted Funnel Paradigm: A Capabilities Approach to Understanding Gains
Sonia Jawaid Shaikh, U of Southern California, USA
Short-Term, Middle-Term, and Long-Term Effectiveness of Coping Strategies Among Adolescent Victims of Cyberbullying
Sara Pabian, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Not Done Yet! Deep, Multilayered Digital Divides in an American Public Housing Community
Wenhong Chen, U of Texas, USA
Xiaoqian Li, U of Texas, USA
Joseph D. Straubhaar, U of Texas, USA
Adolfo Rafael Mora, U of Texas, USA
Tianca Crocker, U of Texas, USA
Gejun Huang, U of Texas, USA
Vinicio Sinta, U of Texas, USA
Jeremiah P. Spence, U of Texas, USA
Knowledge Gap Hypothesis and the Internet in Indonesia: The Influence of SES, Skills & English Proficiency
Nadia Andayani, Florida State U, USA
Where the Social and the Technical Meet: Learning Skills to Protect Privacy Online
Eszter Hargittai, Northwestern U, USA
Ashley Walker, Northwestern U, USA
“You Have the Right to Privacy, Unless You Have Something to Hide!” Examining the Impacts of a Perceptual Difference Between
Privacy and Secrecy on Online Privacy Concerns and Bystander Apathy
Mike Z. Yao, U of Illinois - Urbana Champaign, USA
Linz Daniel, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
3623
Friday
15:30-16:45
Argos F
CAM Research Escalator Session 2
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
(Il)legal File Sharing, Downloading, and Streaming: User Types, Behavior, and Opinions Towards Piracy Among Adolescents
Fabian Prochazka, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Could Interpersonal Communication be the Missing Link in Elimination Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV ?: The Impact of the
Mentor Mother Programme in Homa Bay Kenya on Pregnant Women Living With HIV
Evonne Mwangale Kiptinness, Daystar U, KENYA
Crazy Cyber World: Construction of a Composite Index for Measuring Child Online Protection (COPI)
Ada Sonia Peter, Covenant U, NIGERIA
Tolulope Kayode-Adedeji, Covenant U, NIGERIA
Leave Them Kids Alone: Children-Related Images Management and Adult Power in Web-Based Communicative Practices
Diana Salzano, U of Salerno, ITALY
Antonella Napoli, U of Salerno, ITALY
Media Education: Core, Boundaries, and Affinities
Ornat Turin, Gordon College of Education, ISRAEL
Parent Engagement and New Media Communication Technologies in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD)
Brandon Golob, U of Southern California, USA
Power of Media: Exploring the Indirect Effects of Media on Genetic Testing Among Hispanic/Latino Children
Jessica E Wendorf, U of Miami, USA
Fan Yang, U of Miami, USA
The Internet as a Sex Education Resource for Lebanese Adolescents: Its Impact on Attitude and Intended Sexual Behaviors
Danijela Savaya, Notre Dame U, LEBANON
Jessica El-Khoury, Notre Dame U, LEBANON
Respondents
Moniek Buijzen, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Sahara Byrne, Cornell U, USA
Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Texas A&M U, USA
Steven Eggermont, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Sun Sun Lim, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Sven Joeckel, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
3624
Friday
15:30-16:45
Navis A
Dialogues in Journalism Studies: An 'Affective Turn'?
Journalism Studies
Chair
C.W. Anderson, CUNY- College of Staten Island, USA
Participants
Visualizing Emotions in Disaster Coverage: A Comparative Approach
Folker Christian Hanusch, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Anger as a Political Emotion in Media Coverage of Protest
Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
The Necropolitics of Affect: Imageries of 'Arriving' Refugees in European Press
Lilie Chouliaraki, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Twitter as Working-Through: Frontline Journalists’ Affective Management of Information War
Mervi Pantti, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Respondent
Zizi A. Papacharissi, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
This panel opens up a dialogue about how research on emotion in journalism can advance the field. Historically, emotion has been
considered a “bad object” in journalism practice and scholarship. Normative approaches have leaned on a liberal democratic
framework, which has understood emotion as the enemy of rational citizenship. Journalism, particularly in most Western
democracies, has therefore been shaped by the allegiance to the ideal of objectivity, which valorizes dispassionate, impartial,
disembodied and fact-centered discursive practices. Nonetheless, there has been a recent turn to questions of affect and emotion in
journalism - both in terms of practices of journalistic storytelling and in examining the emotional labour of journalists themselves.
3625
Friday
15:30-16:45
Navis B
Top Papers in Health Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Kevin B. Wright, George Mason U, USA
Participants
Frame-Image Interplay in Influencing News Readers' Perceptions of Obesity
Jiawei Liu, U of Wisconsin, USA
Rachel Kornfield, U of Wisconsin, USA
Yuhai Chen, U of Wisconsin, USA
Chau Tong, U of Wisconsin, USA
How Cancer Patients Use and Benefit From an Integrated eHealth System
Jeong Yeob Han, U of Georgia, USA
Robert P. Hawkins, U of Wisconsin, USA
Timothy Baker, U of Wisconsin, USA
Dhavan Shah, U of Wisconsin, USA
Suzanne Pingree, U of Wisconsin, USA
David H Gustafson, U of Wisconsin, USA
Psychological Reactance as Defensive Response of a Threatened Self
Xuan Zhu, U of Minnesota, Twin-Cities, USA
The Effect of Cultural Tailoring on Persuasion in Cancer Communication: A Meta-Analysis
Yan Huang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Fuyuan Shen, Pennsylvania State U, USA
3626
Friday
15:30-16:45
Navis C
Social Media, Discussion, Deliberation, and Public Opinion
Communication and Technology
Chair
Homero Gil de Zuniga, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Participants
Monitoring the Opinion of the Crowd: Media and Social Psychological Mechanisms Underlying Public Opinion Perceptions on
Social Media
German Neubaum, U of Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Hostile Social Media Effect: Influences of Partisanship, Social Endorsement, and Outrage on Willingness to Engage in Online
Discursive Activities
Soojin Roh, Syracuse U, USA
Tamara Makana Chock, Syracuse U, USA
Social Media and Political Discussion: When Online Presence Silences Offline Conversation
Keith N. Hampton, Rutgers U, USA
Inyoung Shin, Rutgers U, USA
Weixu Lu, Rutgers U, USA
A Matter of Perspective: Experiences of Moderators in Online Policy Deliberation
Dmitry Epstein, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA
3630
Friday
15:30-16:45
Nire
Ethnicity & Race Across Eurasia
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Sudeshna Roy, Stephen F Austin State U, USA
Participants
Are Migrants All the Same? Mapping Attitudes to the Resettlers From Post-Soviet South in the Russian Blogosphere
Svetlana S. Bodrunova, National Association of Mass Media Researchers, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Olessia Koltsova, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Sergei Koltcov, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Sergey I Nikolenko, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Hybrid Frenchness and Republican Citizenship: The Singer Ridan Calls Out "The Bastards" of French Politics
Shazia Iftkhar, U of Michigan, USA
"Fortress Europe," FRONTEX, and Readmission Agreement With Turkey
Ilkin Mehrabov, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Communicating Antiracism: Social Movements, Nonprofit Organisations, and Their Mediated Claims-Making in Finland and
Sweden
Anna Camilla Haavisto, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
3631
Friday
15:30-16:45
Kusu
Media Technology Industries: Online Journalism, On-Demand, and Streaming Services
Communication and Technology
Chair
Ramon Lobato, Swinburne U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Both Sides of the Story: Communication Ethics and Media Accountability in Transition
Tobias Eberwein, Alpen Adria U, AUSTRIA
Colin Porlezza, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
The Differential Effects of External Versus Internal Communication Features in Digital Magazines
Fabienne Rauwers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Hilde Voorveld, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Peter Neijens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Reading and Tracking: The Dynamics and Implications of a Digitized Reading Culture
Anne-Mette Albrechtslund, Aalborg U, DENMARK
Anders Albrechtslund, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Unfairness by Design? Examining Institutionalized Inequality on Digital On-Demand Service Platforms
Christian Fieseler, Norwegian Business School (BI), NORWAY
Christian Pieter Hoffmann, U of Leipzig, GERMANY
Eliane Leontine Bucher, U of St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND
Looking at the River, Thinking of the Sea: A Cross-Industrial Comparison of Streaming Media Services
Terje Colbjornsen, U of Oslo, NORWAY
3632
Friday
15:30-16:45
Kashi
Language Use in Small Claims Court, Public Meetings, Consultations for Over-the-Counter Medicines, and Health
Information Consumers' Online Comments
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Alena L. Vasilyeva, U of Massachusetts, USA
Participants
How the Language Style of Small Claims Court Judges Does Ideological Work
Karen Tracy, U of Colorado, USA
Mary Caron, U of Colorado, USA
“To Be the City on the Hill”: Community Identity in Energy System Transformation
Leah Sprain, U of Colorado Boulder, USA
Lydia Reinig, U of Colorado Boulder, USA
Selling and Caring in Consultations for Over-the-Counter Medicines: Exploring Tension in the Pharmacist–Client Interaction as the
Dynamics of Frames of Communication
Maija Gerlander, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Language of Uncertainty: The Expression of Decisional Conflict Related to Skin Cancer Prevention Recommendations
Yulia Strekalova, U of Florida, USA
Vaughan James, U of Florida, USA
3633
Friday
15:30-16:45
Kaede
Social Media and Cultural Adaptation
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Kikuko Omori, St. Cloud State U, USA
Participants
News for Assimilation or Integration? Examining the Roles of the News Media in Shaping Acculturation Experiences of New
Economic and Refugee Immigrants in the Netherlands and Spain
Amanda Paz Alencar, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Mark Deuze, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Far From Home: The Role of Social Media in LDS Missionary Cross-Cultural Reentry
Gavin Feller, U of Iowa, USA
The Strategic Use of Social Media by Military Spouses for Identity Formation and Acculturation During Deployment
Veronica de los Santos, Regent U, USA
William J. Brown, Regent U, USA
Effects of SNS Uses on International Students’ Socialization outcome: Focusing on Chinese Students in Korea
Ting Yang, Southwest U of Political ScienceandLaw, CHINA
Sangho Seo, Konkuk U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Power of WeChat and Acculturation: A Case Study of Mainland Migrant Workers in Macau
Bei Ju, U of Macau, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Photographic Storytelling: Exploring the Acculturation Process and Mental Health of International Students in the USA Through
Photovoice
Zhaomeng Niu, Washington State U, USA
Jeffery Chaichana Peterson, Washington State U, USA
3640
Friday
15:30-16:45
Rigel
Top Papers in Global Communication and Social Change
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Terry Flew, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Communication for Development and Social Change: Lessons Learned in Community Engagement in the Ebola Response
Juliet Bedford, Anthrologica, UNITED KINGDOM
Rafael A. Obregon Galvez, UNICEF, USA
Savita Naqvi, UNICEF, SENEGAL
Nance Webber, UNICEF, LIBERIA
Kshitij Joshi, UNICEF, INDIA
Rania Elessawi, UNICEF, INDIA
Ketan Sudhakar Chitnis, unaffiliated, USA
Visual Framing of the European Refugee Crisis in <i>Der Spiegel</i> and CNN International: Global journalism in Visual
Reporting
Xu Zhang, U of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
Lea C. Hellmueller, Texas Tech U, USA
Masculinity, Transgressive Play, and Offline Action on Discussion Boards in the US, Taiwan, and Japan
Joshua Cader, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Yi-Ren Lin, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
The Case for Communication Rights: A Rights-Based Approach to Media Development
Charu Uppal, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Paola Sartoretto, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
David Cheruiyot, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
3641
Friday
15:30-16:45
Vega
Advancing Theory Building in Mass Communication Research
Mass Communication
Chair
Erik P. Bucy, Texas Tech U, USA
Participants
The Road to Rebuilding Media Theory: Computational and Network Approaches to Mass Communication
Katherine Ognyanova, Rutgers U, USA
Magical Thinking About Media Literacy Interventions
W. James Potter, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Chan Le Thai, Nanyang Technological U/Telenor, SINGAPORE
The Changing Research Landscape of Our Field: A Topic Model of 80 Years in Communication Science Journals
Elisabeth Guenther, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Emese Domahidi, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
What’s in a Name? Trends in the Design of Narrative Persuasion Studies, 2000-2013
Michael Field Dahlstrom, Iowa State U, USA
Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell U, USA
Lijing Gao, Iowa State U, USA
Xiaowen Zhu, Iowa State U, USA
3642
Friday
15:30-16:45
Kiku
Framing Environmental Messages: The Role of Space, Time, and Emotions
Environmental Communication
Chair
Alison Anderson, Plymouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Frame Competition and Climate Change Communication
Adeline Huilin Ong, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Wen Bin Nigel Lim, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Shirley S. Ho, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Benjamin H. Detenber, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Here and There, Then and Now: How “Departure Dates” Influence Climate Change Engagement
Laura N. Rickard, U of Maine, USA
Jonathon P. Schuldt, Cornell U, USA
Zheng Janet Yang, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Compassion and Support for Climate Change Mitigation
Hang Lu, Cornell U, USA
Jonathon P. Schuldt, Cornell U, USA
Communicating Human-Black Bear Conflicts: Exploring the Role of Message Framing and Point of Reference
Hang Lu, Cornell U, USA
William Siemer, Cornell U, USA
Meghan Baumer, Cornell U, USA
Daniel Decker, Cornell U, USA
3643
Friday
15:30-16:45
Ran
Selective Visuals: Politics, Metaphors, Narratives
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Anastasia Veneti, Bournemouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Coverage of the Commander in Chiefs: Differences of Presidential Images Between the US and Korea
Yung Soo Kim, U of Kentucky, USA
Deborah S. Chung, U of Kentucky, USA
The Construction of Ebola Narrative: Comparative Visual Analysis of Ebola Images on Newspapers and Twitter
Young Rim Kim, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Seok-Kyeong Hong, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Selective Portrayal of Small-Scale Protests in Greece by Mainstream Newspapers
Anastasia Veneti, Bournemouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Visual Representations of Big Data Metaphors on the Web
J.J. Sylvia IV, North Carolina State U, USA
Visual Terror: Analysis of ISIS Propaganda Through Images Published in Dabiq
Enkashi Roy, Ohio U, USA
Nisha Garud, Ohio U, USA
3645
Friday
15:30-16:45
Sumire
Instructional and Developmental Top Paper Panel
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Chair
Annie Beck, U of Kentucky, USA
Participants
The Role of Face-Saving and Communication Anxiety in Chinese EFL Students’ In-Class Participation: An Extension of the Theory
of Planned Behavior
Davide Girardelli, Wenzhou-Kean U, CHINA
Vijay Patel, Wenzhou-Kean U, CHINA
Xiaogao Zhou, Wenzhou-Kean U, CHINA
Tingting Gu, Wenzhou-Kean U, CHINA
Chinese Students Motives for Communicating With Professors
Stephanie Kelly, North Carolina A&T State U, USA
Liping Liu, North Carolina A&T State U, USA
Zachary Denton, North Carolina A&T State U, USA
Xinjuan Li, Henan Polytechnic U, CHINA
Examining the Teacher Confirmation-Student Learning Relationship Through the Evaluation of Multiple Theoretical Explanations
Zac W. Goldman, West Virginia U, USA
CJ Claus, California State U, Stanislaus, USA
Exploring the Relationship Between Teacher Confirmation, Student Motivation, and Student Emotional Interest: The United States
and Finland
Maziar Attarieh, JAMK U in Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Diyako Rahmani, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Nerdinga Letule, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Elvis Nshom Ngwayuh, U of Jyvskyl, FINLAND
Exerting Power and Expressing Disagreement: The Relationship Between Instructor Power and Instructional Dissent
Marjorie Buckner, Texas Tech U, USA
3646
Friday
15:30-16:45
Koh
Feminist Scholarship Division of ICA is 30: What Do We Gather From the Past and How Do We Plan for the Future?
Feminist Scholarship
Participants
Histories are Made, Not Born: Feminist Interventions and Intersections in Communication
Lana F. Rakow, U of North Dakota, USA
Back to the Future or the Importance of Documenting the (Her)stories of FSD
Cynthia Luanne Carter, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Centripetal, Centrifugal, and Generally Complex and Contradictory Impulses: 30 Years of Feminist Media Research
Linda C. Steiner, U of Maryland, USA
A Safe Haven in the ICA Sea
Dafna Lemish, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Mentorship, Community and Inclusion: Holding Open the Door
Paula M. Gardner, McMaster U, CANADA
Feminist Organizations and Web 2.0 Tools.
Stine Eckert, Wayne State U, USA
Strategic Initiatives for the Next 10 Years of FSD: Let’s Plan for the Next Anniversary!
Natalia Rybas, Indiana U East, USA
The participants of this discussion panel celebrate 30-year anniversary of Feminist Scholarship Division in International
Communication Association. Former and current leaders gather to reflect on the past accomplishments and achievements of the
division, identify gaps in the past activities, and/or suggest future directions and possibilities.
3647
Friday
15:30-16:45
Yoh
Strategies and Tactics in Popular Politics
Popular Communication
Political Communication
Chair
Torgeir Uberg Naerland, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Participants
Image Capital and Identity Politics in the Age of Celebrity
Raffi Sarkissian, U of Southern California, USA
Glenn Beck and Affective Media Production
Olivier Jutel, U of the South Pacific, FJ
Producing Popular Politics: The Infotainment Strategies of American Campaign Consultants
Michael James Serazio, Boston College, USA
Animal Symbolism in Political Humor Revolutionary Egypt From “Laughing Cow” to “Roaring Lion”
Marwan M. Kraidy, U of Pennsylvania, USA
3648
Friday
15:30-16:45
Kei
Communicating With Power: Stakeholders and Corporations
Public Relations
Chair
Kim A. Johnston, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Exploring Practitioners’ Stresses From Managing Agency-Client Relationships at Hong Kong Public Relations Agencies
Lei Vincent Huang, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Determinants of Investor Relations on Corporate Websites
Anna Mun, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jae-chul C. Shim, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Factors That Influence Crisis Perception From an Internal Stakeholder’s Point of View
Erik Marinus Snoeijers, Royal Military Academy, BELGIUM
Creating Shared Value vs. Corporate Social Responsibility: Revolution or Rhetoric?
Jocelyn Hanna, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Bree Devin, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
CSR Narratives by Global Fashion Brands in Social Media after Rana Plaza Collapse in Bangladesh
Suwichit Chaidaroon, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Angela Mak, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Rizwan Sharif, U of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, BANGLADESH
Respondent
Alison N. Novak, Rowan U, USA
3649
Friday
15:30-16:45
Board Room
Top Papers in Organizational Communication
Organizational Communication
Chair
Bart J. van den Hooff, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Frame Mismatch: How Framing Communication as Transmission Hinders Interdisciplinary Collaboration
William C. Barley, U of Illinois, USA
Kaitlyn Childs, U of Illinois, USA
Hallie Workman, U of Illinois, USA
Ly Dinh, U of Illinois, USA
Organizational Dissent, Workplace Freedom of Speech, and Organizational Assimilation: Differences Between State-Owned,
Private-Owned, and Foreign-Invested Enterprises in China
Cheng Zeng, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Xuejun Cui, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Chen Hui, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Did You Receive What We Provided? A Study of the Coevolving Resource Networks after a Technological Disaster
Chih-Hui Lai, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Chen-Chao Tao, National Chiao Tung U, TAIWAN
Yu-Chung Cheng, Hsuan Chuang U, TAIWAN
How Communication Impacts Team Performance: Exploring Collective Intelligence and Transactive Memory System as
Mechanisms
Young Ji Kim, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Ishani Aggarwal, FGV Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration, BRAZIL
Anita Williams Woolley, Carnegie Mellon U, USA
Respondent
Cynthia Stohl, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
3650
Friday
15:30-16:45
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: Media and Migration: Theory, Research, and Teaching
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Cynthia Wang, U of Southern California, USA
Sarah C Bishop, Baruch College, USA
Kent A Ono, U of Utah, USA
The goal of this workshop is to collaboratively create a collection of theories and methods to be applied to the research and teaching
of the intersection of media and migration, and to address challenges unique to this subfield. Participants will also contribute to a
reading list for research and teaching along these themes.
3651
Friday
15:30-16:45
Anzu
Intergroup Communication Interest Group Top Papers
Intergroup Communication
Chair
Janice Krieger, U of Florida, USA
Participants
Identity Continuity and Intergenerational Communication as Predictors of Young Adults’ Evaluations of Older Adults and Attitudes
Toward Aging
Jessica Gasiorek, U of Hawaii, USA
Nurses’ Perceptions of Communicating With Minority Parents in a Neonatal Nursery: A Communication Accommodation Theory
Approach
Liz Jones, Griffith U, AUSTRALIA
Nicola Sheeran, Griffith U, AUSTRALIA
Hanna Lanyon, Griffith U, AUSTRALIA
Karina Evans, Griffith U, AUSTRALIA
The Role of Processing Fluency and Group Prototypicality in the Language Attitudes Process
Marko Dragojevic, U of Kentucky, USA
Howard Giles, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Unum and Pluribus: Ideological Underpinnings of the Public Discourse on Race and Ethnicity
Young Yun Kim, U of Oklahoma, USA
3652
Friday
15:30-16:45
Hagi
3653
Friday
15:30-18:15
Fuji
Sports Communication Business Meeting
Sports Communication
Review of activities, planning of new activities and initiatives, and recognition of top paper winners.
Extended Session: LGBTQ Europe, US, and Networks
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Feminist Scholarship
Mobile Communication
Political Communication
Communication and Technology
Communication History
Chairs
Maria Teresa Soto-Sanfiel, U Autonoma de Barcelona, SPAIN
Nicole Dahmen, U of Oregon, USA
David Craig, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
Transnational Homosexuals in Socialist Poland: The Case of the Filo Zine (1986-1990)
Lukasz Szulc, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Immigration, Desire, Social Media: Online Dating and Social Networks Among Gay Immigrants in Denmark
Andrew Shield, Roskilde U, DENMARK
Gay the Right Way Mundane Queer Flaming Practices When Discussing Politics Online
Jakob Svensson, Uppsala U, SWEDEN
Explicit Lesbian Sex in the Enjoyment of Movies
Maria Teresa Soto-Sanfiel, U Autonoma de Barcelona, SPAIN
Adriana Ibiti, U Autònoma de Barcelona, SPAIN
From Stonewall to Tiffany’s
Ernest Raymond Rice, U of Florida, USA
The Transgender Body as Artistic Creation: Journalists' Aesthetic Evaluations of Transgender Identity
Thomas J. Billard, U of Southern California, USA
Defending the Family and Faith: The Proclamation on the Family, Plausibility Structures, and Mormon Identity
David William Scott, Utah Valley U, USA
Boyd Petersen, Utah Valley U, USA
Comparing Public Will For and Against Same-Sex Marriage
Charles T. Salmon, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Franklin J. Boster, Michigan State U, USA
Thanomwong Poorisat, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
A “Picture Perfect” Union: Photographic Framing of the 2013 and 2015 U.S. Supreme Court Rulings on Marriage Equality
Nicole Dahmen, U of Oregon, USA
Kyle McDaniel, U of Oregon, USA
David Morris II, U of Oregon, USA
Negotiating Sexuality and Social Identity: An Analysis of Online Personal Ads in China
Fangfang Gao, Zhejiang U, CHINA
An Aggregated Interface of Xingtian Gods in Synopticon: Theorizing the Picture of Using Western Gay LBRTD App in a Chinese
Perspective
Cheng-Nan Hou, I-Shou U, TAIWAN
“The Shade of It All ”: Affect, Resistance, and the RuPaul’s Drag Race Keyboard App (WORK IN PROGRESS)
Kate Miltner, U of Southern California, USA
“She’s Your Everything”: Depictions of the #lesbiancouple on Instagram
Stefanie Duguay, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Don't Wait for the World to be Ready: The Rise of the LGBT Social Media Entrepreneur
David Craig, U of Southern California, USA
Stuart Duncan Cunningham, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
This extended session presents three fast sessions: 1. Flaming, Zines, Networks, and Desire: LGBTQ Europe; 2. Progress and
Unrest: U.S. News and Politics; 3. Queerly Connected: Social Media and Mobile Apps
3654
Friday
15:30-16:45
Sakura
Mediatization: Theoretical and Empirical Developments
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Melissa Aronczyk, Rutgers U, USA
Participants
Mediatization is Ordinary: A Cultural Materialist View of Mediatization
Andre Jansson, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Mediatization: Reframing the Analysis of ‘Media Effects’
Stig Hjarvard, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
The Gamification of Society: The Use of Game Mechanics as an Expression of Mediatization
Raul Ferrer Conill, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Reinhard Handler, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Where the Fluid and the Stable Meet: Making a Home in/With/Through the Media
Maren Hartmann, U of the Arts Berlin, GWK, GERMANY
3660
Friday
15:30-16:45
Olive
Political Communication: Where Have We Been, Where Are We going
Political Communication
Chair
Peter Van Aelst, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Participants
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Robert M. Entman, George Washington U, USA
Shanto Iyengar, Stanford U, USA
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Toril Aalberg, Norwegian U of Science and Technology - Trondheim, NORWAY
Sebastian Valenzuela, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Patricia Moy, U of Washington, USA
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
What are the biggest accomplishments of political communication studies during the last decades? What are the main shortcomings
and challenges? What are the main societal concerns that our field should address in the future? How is our field doing in terms of
organization? Are we inclusive enough or does the Western bias remains as big as ever? … These and other relevant questions from
the audience will be addressed by a panel of leading scholars in the field.
3661
Friday
15:30-16:45
Sage
Open and Closed: Communication, Culture, and the Visibility of Power in the Cold War United States
Communication History
Participants
The Emergence of Transparency in U.S. Politics, Media, and Society in the Cold War Era
Michael Schudson, Columbia U, USA
Journalism as Power: James Baldwin, Presidents, Protest, and Social Change
Kathy Roberts Forde, U of Massachusetts, USA
Computerized Credit Bureaus and the Rise of the Personal Information Economy
Josh Lauer, U of New Hampshire, USA
Missiles, Madness, and the Postwar Origins of the Media Conglomerate
Richard K. Popp, U of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA
Respondent
Victor W. Pickard, U of Pennsylvania, USA
In the US during much of the Cold War, prevailing notions of power tended to characterize it as institutional in nature. Whether
vested in interest groups – big business, big labor, big government – analyzed by political scientists, the alienating “system” called
out by the New Left, or the meddlesome “New Class” that, according to neoconservatives, reigned supreme over media and
education, power was generally understood as residing behind closed doors. Yet paradoxically, the postwar US was also scene to
what historians have called a “democratic revolution.” From this perspective, power was increasingly up for grabs to those who
would claim it. This panel explores how changes in media and communication shaped a cultural landscape striated by seemingly
contradictory conceptions of power.
3720
Friday
17:00-18:15
Argos C
CCA and KACA Joint Paper Session
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Shuhua Zhou, U of Alabama, USA
Eyun-Jung Ki, U of Alabama, USA
Participants
The Dual Impact of Social Media Under Networked Authoritarianism: Social Media Use, Civic Attitudes, and System Support in
China
Xueqing Li, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Francis L. F. Lee, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Location Speaks: Using GIS Approach and Weibo Check-In Data to Understand Information Communication in China
Kun Xu, Temple U, USA
Motivation for Social Media Use and Impact on Political Participation in China: A Cognitive and Communication Mediation
Approach
Zhuo Chen, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Michael Che Ming Chan, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Effect of Congruence Between Consumers’ Ideal Self-Image and Celebrity Endorser’s Image on Advertising Effectiveness
(KACA Top Faculty Paper)
Qian Xu, Changzhou Daily Newspaper, , CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Doohwang Lee, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sungmin Kang, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Inventing Tradition, Branding Nation: Constructing South Korea’s National Identity in Historical Faction Dramas (KACA Top
Student Paper)
Kyung Sun Lee, U of Texas, USA
Jennifer Minsoo Kang, U of Texas, USA
How the Media Effects Schema and the Persuasion Schema Affect Responses to Antismoking Campaign Messages
Hye-Jin Paek, Hanyang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Thomas Hove, Hanyang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Respondents
Nan Yu, North Dakota State U, USA
Ke Xue, Shanghai Jiao Tong U, CHINA
Yan Yan, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
3721
Friday
17:00-18:15
Argos D
3722
Friday
17:00-18:15
Argos E
Information Systems Business Meeting
Information Systems
For the Greater Good: New Approaches in Serious Games
Game Studies
Chair
Ruud Jacobs, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
A Validation-Oriented Approach to Persuasive Games
Ruud Jacobs, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jeroen Jansz, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Examining the Psychosocial Effects Between Exergames and Traditional Exercise on Older Adults With Subthreshold Depression
Jinhui Li, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Yin-Leng Theng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Schubert Foo, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Learning About the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Through Computerized Simulations: The Case of Global Conflicts
Ronit Kampf, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Nathan Stolero, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Safety in Numbers: Online Community Sizes in Response to Digital Human Predation
Nathaniel D. Poor, independent scholar, USA
Testing the Effects of Administering a Pretest on the Effectiveness Assessment of a Hospital Fire Safety Game
Anissa All, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Barbara Plovie, U College West-Flanders, BELGIUM
Elena Nunez Castellar, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Jan Van Looy, Ghent U, BELGIUM
3723
Friday
17:00-18:15
Argos F
Parenting, Family Communication, and Child Outcomes
Interpersonal Communication
Chair
Haley Horstman, U of Missouri, USA
Participants
College Student Adjustment in the United States and Belgium: Family Communication Patterns, Advice, and Support
Elizabeth Dorrance Hall, Utah State U, USA
Jenna McNallie, West Virginia Wesleyan College, USA
Kathleen Custers, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Elisabeth Timmermans, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Steven Robert Wilson, Purdue U, USA
Jan Van den Bulck, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Communicated Meaning-Making in Foster Families: Relationships Between Foster Parents’ Entrance Narratives and Foster Child
Well-Being
Leslie Nelson, U of Missouri, USA
Haley Horstman, U of Missouri, USA
Is Parenting Everything in Family Communication?: The Association of Parenting Styles With Family Communication Patterns
Ascan F. Koerner, U of Minnesota, USA
Lucas Youngvorst, U of Minnesota - Twin Cities, USA
Uncertainty Issues, Management, and Transformation in Adult Children’s Stories of Their Estrangement With Their Parents
Kristina M. Scharp, Utah State U, USA
Rachel McLaren, U of Iowa, USA
Verbal Versus Nonverbal Primacy: Children’s Response to Incongruent Parental Communication
Tsfira Grebelsky-Lichtman, Hebrew U and Ono Academic College, ISRAEL
3724
Friday
17:00-18:15
Navis A
Journalistic Roles: Perception, Performance, Identity
Journalism Studies
Chair
David H. Weaver, Indiana U, USA
Participants
The Influence of Internet Adoption and Political Ideology on Media Role Perceptions: Another Look at Chinese Journalists in Social
Transition
Chuanli Xia, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Fei Chris Shen, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zhi'an Zhang, Sun Yat-sen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Tao Wu, Sun Yat-sen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Journalistic Roles and the Struggle Over Professional Identity: The Discursive Constitution of Journalism
Thomas Hanitzsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Tim P. Vos, U of Missouri, USA
Looking on From the Sideline: Perceived Role Congruity of Women Sport Journalists
Michael Mudrick, York College of Pennsylvania, USA
Carolyn A. Lin, U of Connecticut, USA
The Networks of Journalistic Role Performances in Different Media Systems: The Co-Occurrence of Professional Roles and
Journalistic Sources in Chile and the United States
Lea C. Hellmueller, Texas Tech U, USA
Claudia Mellado, Pontificia U Católica de Valparaiso, CHILE
Respondent
Mark Deuze, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
3725
Friday
17:00-18:15
Navis B
Health Communication Business Meeting
Health Communication
Chair
Kevin B. Wright, George Mason U, USA
Participants
Evelyn Y. Ho, U of San Francisco, USA
Nadine A. Yehya, American U of Beirut, LEBANON
Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell U, USA
Holley A. Wilkin, Georgia State U, USA
3726
Friday
17:00-18:15
Navis C
Using Big Data to Examine Science Communication and Research Communties
Communication and Technology
Chair
Katy Elizabeth Pearce, U of Washington, USA
Participants
Temporal Patterns of Scientific Information-Seeking on Google and Wikipedia
Elad Segev, Sapir Academic College, ISRAEL
Aviv Sharon, Technion - Israeli Institute of Technology, ISRAEL
Acquiring Science Knowledge From Social Media: An extension of the Cognitive Mediation Model
Shirley S. Ho, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Xiaodong Yang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Amber Thanwarani, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Juliana Maria Chan, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Selling Science 2.0: What Scientific Projects Receive Crowdfunding Online?
Mike S. Schaefer, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Julia Metag, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Digital Technologies in the Research Process: Lessons From the Digital Research Community in the UK
Panayiota Tsatsou, U of Leicester - Department of Media and Communication, UNITED KINGDOM
Stick or Carrot Grantseeking Motivation and Search Investment
Bob Robbert Nicolai van de Velde, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Ivar Vermeulen, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
3730
Friday
17:00-18:15
Nire
Erosion of Responsibilities: A Multiperspective Approach to the Assessment of Responsibility in Public Discourse
Theme Sessions
Chair
Kerstin Thummes, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Participants
Challenges of Responsibility in Political Online Communication
Patrick Donges, U of Leipzig, GERMANY
Paula Nitschke, U of Greifswald, GERMANY
Corporate Social Irresponsibility (CSI) and Media Companies
Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen, Catholic U of Eichstatt-Ingolstadt, GERMANY
Isabel Winkler, Catholic U of Eichstatt-Ingolstadt, GERMANY
Public Discourse on the Responsibility of Corporations – the Perspective of Citizens
Kerstin Thummes, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Ulrike Roettger, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Responsibilities of Recipients as Prosumers
Alexander Filipovic, Munich School of Philosophy, GERMANY
Respondent
Diana Ingenhoff, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
3731
Friday
17:00-18:15
Kusu
Communication Infrastructure and the Social Shaping of Technology
Communication and Technology
Chair
Elizabeth Newbury, Cornell U, USA
Participants
The Social Shaping of the Brazilian Internet: Historicizing the Interactions Between States, Corporations, and NGOs in Information
and Communication Technology Development and Diffusion
Stuart Davis, U of Texas, USA
Joseph D. Straubhaar, U of Texas, USA
Martha Fuentes-Bautista, U of Massachusetts, USA
Jeremiah P. Spence, U of Texas, USA
Discrimination in Online Contracting: Evidence From Latin America
Hernan Galperin, U of Southern California, USA
Toward a New Framework for Digital Piracy: Technology and Network Beyond the “Social”
Gwangseok Kim, U of Massachusetts, USA
The Spaces of Digital Urbanism
Aaron Shapiro, U of Pennsylvania, USA
3732
Friday
17:00-18:15
Kashi
Language and Social Interaction Business Meeting
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Alena L. Vasilyeva, U of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Participants
Jessica Sarah Robles, Loughborough U, UNITED KINGDOM
David Boromisza-Habashi, U of Colorado, USA
Jimmie Manning, Northern Illinois U, USA
3733
Friday
17:00-18:15
Kaede
Intercultural Communication Business Meeting
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Participants
Chia-Fang (Sandy) Hsu, U of Wyoming, USA
Sorin Nastasia, Southern Illinois U, USA
3740
Friday
17:00-18:15
Rigel
3741
Friday
17:00-18:15
Vega
3742
Friday
17:00-18:15
Kiku
Global Communication and Social Change Business Meeting
Global Communication and Social Change
Participants
Terry Flew, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
William Lafi Youmans, George Washington U, USA
Ying Wang, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
Mass Communication Business Meeting
Mass Communication
Participants
Shawnika Jeanine Hull, George Washington U, USA
Young Mie Kim, U of Wisconsin, USA
Smartphones (High-Density Session)
Mobile Communication
Chair
Thilo von Pape, U Hohenheim, GERMANY
Participants
Boredom in Free Time: Relationships With Smartphone Activities, Flow Experience, and Multitasking
Louis W. Leung, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA
Waiting for Recreation? The Impact of Smartphone Usage on Recovery Experiences and Cognitive Performance
Diana Rieger, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Dorothee Hefner, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Lena Frischlich, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Message Design Matters: The Effectiveness of Location Congruency and Openness in Smartphone Ads
Paul Ketelaar, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Loes Janssen, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Marnix Van Gisbergen, U of Applied Sciences Breda, THE NETHERLANDS
Arief Huhn, Eindhoven U of Technology, THE NETHERLANDS
Thabo J. Joshua van Woudenberg, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Jonathan Vantriet, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Stefan F. Bernritter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Yik Yak and the Site Specificity of Anonymity
Jordan H. Frith, U of North Texas, USA
Does Smartphone Make People Smart? A Conditional Indirect Effect of Smartphone Use for News on Political Knowledge
Yonghwan Kim, U of Alabama, USA
Hsuan-Ting Chen, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Bumsoo Kim, U of Alabama, USA
Motivations and Habits of Mobile Micronews Consumption
Donghee Yvette Wohn, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Changing the Setting: A Nudge Towards More Privacy in the App Market
Leyla Dogruel, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Sven Joeckel, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Locked Down, Shielded From Danger: Developing Mobile App Icons to Prime Privacy and Security Thoughts
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Leyla Dogruel, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Sven Joeckel, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
3743
Friday
17:00-18:15
Ran
3745
Friday
17:00-18:15
Sumire
3746
Friday
17:00-18:15
Koh
3747
Friday
17:00-18:15
Yoh
Visual Communication Studies Business Meeting
Visual Communication Studies
Participants
Michael Grimm, Hans-Bredow-Institut für Medienforschung, GERMANY
Catherine L. Preston, U of Kansas, USA
Instructional and Developmental Communication Business Meeting
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Participants
Aaron R. Boyson, U of Minnesota - Duluth, USA
Stephanie Kelly, North Carolina A&T State U, USA
Michelle T. Violanti, U of Tennessee, USA
CJ Claus, California State U, Stanislaus, USA
Feminist Scholarship Business Meeting
Feminist Scholarship
All are welcome to learn more about the Feminist Scholarship Division and how to get involved.
What We Don't Yet Know About Satire
Popular Communication
Political Communication
Participants
The Forgotten History of Satire Research
Stephen Harrington, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Satire 2.0: Exploring the Institutionalization of Political Satire in a Post-Stewart/Colbert Television Landscape
Geoffrey Baym, Temple U, USA
Embracing the Bile: The Political Purpose of Anger
Jonathan Alan Gray, U of Wisconsin, USA
Rapping about Rape: Towards a Feminist Perspective on Satire
Amber Day, Bryant U, USA
Viveca Greene, Hampshire College, USA
In the Know: The Audience for Satire
Susan Eiisabeth Turnbull, U of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA
Satire's Production Cultures
Nick Marx, Colorado State U, USA
Satire has become a site of intense academic attention across several disciplines over the last decade, attracting curiosity regarding
its social, cultural and – in particular – political functions around the globe. In spite of all this attention, however, research into satire
has been limited in a number of ways: by disciplinary boundaries, geographic or temporal constraints, methodological weaknesses,
or other factors which have prevented a more fulsome understanding of how satire works in our culture. This roundtable panel
therefore brings together scholars from the field across the globe, and aims to interrogate the gaps in the research to date, and/or
future directions for satire research. What don't we know yet? And, where should we go from here?
3748
Friday
17:00-18:15
Kei
Top Student Papers in Public Relations
Public Relations
Chair
Katerina Tsetsura, U of Oklahoma, USA
Participants
Pulling Together and Tearing Apart: Power Games in the Occupational Branding of Public Relations and the Management of
Tainted Work
Christina Grandien, Mid Sweden U, SWEDEN
Advancing Agenda-Building: Exploring Causal Relationships
Tiffany Lynn Schweickart, U of Florida, USA
Lauren Furey, U of Florida, USA
Examining Social Risks and NPOs in China: Applying the RISP Model to Publics’ Prosocial Intentions
Anli Xiao, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Holly Ott, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Ruobing Li, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Respondent
Adam Saffer, U of North Carolina, USA
3749
Friday
17:00-18:15
Board Room
Organizational Communication Business Meeting
Organizational Communication
Chair
Craig R. Scott, Rutgers U, USA
Participants
Jennifer L. Gibbs, Rutgers U, USA
Stacey L. Connaughton, Purdue U, USA
Scott G. Banghart, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
3750
Friday
17:00-18:15
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: Crossing Boundaries: Integrating Multidisciplinary Research on User Comments Sections and Setting
a New Research Agenda
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Nina Springer, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
Marc Ziegele, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Pablo B. Jost, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
The workshop brings together international scholars working on the phenomenon of user comments in different ICA divisions and
with different theoretical and/or methodological approaches. Its aim is to initiate a discussion exceeding the boundaries of the
various scientific fields, resulting in a synthesis of the individual projects’ findings. One aspect of this synthesis will be to provide
answers to the questions whether user comments are beneficial or harmful for a) individual users (micro perspective), b) news
organizations (meso perspective), and c) societal systems as a whole (macro perspective). The second aspect of the synthesis will
focus on how synergies can be realized across the different areas of comment-related research that can lead to the raising of funds for
new projects.
3751
Friday
17:00-18:15
Anzu
3752
Friday
17:00-18:15
Hagi
Intergroup Communication Business Meeting
Intergroup Communication
Chair
Janice Krieger, U of Florida, USA
Ideas, Power, and Accountability in Media Policy
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Katharine Sarikakis, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Participants
Bias, Silence, Capture: Communicative Power in Media Policymaking
Christopher Ali, U of Virginia, USA
Manuel Puppis, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
UNESCO and Universal Access to Cyberspace: Analysing the Role of Power and Ideas in the Emergence of International Policy
Discourse
Julia Pohle, WZB Berlin Social Science Center, GERMANY
Measuring Media Accountability in Europe: A Comparative Study of Infrastructures of Media Self-Regulation in 30 European
States
Tobias Eberwein, Alpen Adria U, AUSTRIA
Susanne Fengler, U Dortmund - Communication Studies Department, GERMANY
Katja Kaufmann, Alpen Adria U, AUSTRIA
Janis Brinkmann, U Dortmund - Communication Studies Department, GERMANY
Matthias Karmasin, Alpen Adria U, AUSTRIA
Governance by Algorithms: Reality Construction by Algorithmic Selection on the Internet
Natascha Just, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Michael Latzer, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
3754
Friday
17:00-18:15
Sakura
The Power of Partnership: Communication Studies and U.S.-Japanese Collaborations in Higher Education
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Paaige Kelle Turner, Webster U, USA
Participants
Susan Sutton, Bryn Mawr College, USA
Deborah Fields, Utah State U, USA
Stephanie Weston, Fukuoka U, JAPAN
Margot Carrington, U.S. Embassy- Tokyo, USA
Hiroshi Ota, Hitotsubashi U, JAPAN
Kosaku Dairokuno, Meiji U, JAPAN
Respondent
Eric W. Rothenbuhler, Webster U, USA
3760
Friday
17:00-18:15
Olive
3761
Friday
17:00-18:15
Sage
3820
Friday
18:30-19:45
Argos C
Political Communication Business Meeting
Political Communication
Chair
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Communication History Business Meeting
Communication History
Chair
Richard K. Popp, U of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA
CCA Joint Reception With KACA, Peking University, and Xiamen University
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Bu Zhong, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Respondents
Shuhua Zhou, U of Alabama, USA
Gang Han, Iowa State U, USA
3824
Friday
18:30-20:00
Navis A
ICA Fellows Panel - I
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Akiba A. Cohen, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Participants
Leveraging Computational Social Science to Address Grand Societal Changes
Noshir S. Contractor, Northwestern U, USA
Communication Power Shifts and the Rise of the Fifth Estate
William H. Dutton, Michigan State U, USA
The Role of Mass Media Before, During and After Critical Events
Hans Mathias Kepplinger, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Science, Community, and Communication: A New Paradigmatic View
Hak-Soo Kim, Sogang U - Seoul, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
ICA honors its new Fellows each year with a special panel that focuses on their life work and contributions to the field of
communication. A reception will follow the session.
3825
Friday
18:30-19:45
Navis B
Health Communication Reception
Health Communication
Chair
Kevin B. Wright, George Mason U, USA
Participants
Evelyn Y. Ho, U of San Francisco, USA
Nadine A. Yehya, American U of Beirut, LEBANON
Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell U, USA
Holley A. Wilkin, Georgia State U, USA
3832
Friday
18:30-19:45
Kashi
Language and Social Interaction Reception
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Alena L. Vasilyeva, U of Massachusetts, USA
Participants
Jessica Sarah Robles, Loughborough U, UNITED KINGDOM
David Boromisza-Habashi, U of Colorado, USA
Jimmie Manning, Northern Illinois U, USA
3833
Friday
18:30-19:45
Kaede
3840
Friday
18:30-19:45
Rigel
3849
Friday
18:30-19:45
Board Room
3849
Friday
18:30-19:45
Board Room
3854
Friday
18:30-19:45
Sakura
Intercultural Communication Reception
Intercultural Communication
Global Communication and Social Change Reception
Global Communication and Social Change
Participants
Terry Flew, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
William Lafi Youmans, George Washington U, USA
Ying Wang, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
Organizational Communication and Public Relations Joint Reception
Organizational Communication
Public Relations and Organizational Joint Reception
Public Relations
Participants
Chiara Valentini, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Elena Alina Dolea, U of Bucharest, ROMANIA
Lee Edwards, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
The Power of Partnership: Reception
Sponsored Sessions
3860
Friday
18:30-19:45
Olive
3861
Friday
18:30-19:45
Sage
3861
Friday
18:30-19:45
Sage
3861
Friday
18:30-19:45
Sage
3861
Friday
18:30-19:45
Sage
Political Communication Reception
Political Communication
Chair
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Communication History, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies, Mobile Communication, and Sports
Communication Joint Reception
Communication History
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Sports Communication
Mobile Communication
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Queer Studies/Communication History/Mobile Communication/Sports
Communication Joint Reception
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Communication History
Mobile Communication
Sports Communication
Mobile Communication/Communication History/Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Queer Studies Joint Reception
Mobile Communication
Communication History
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Sports Communication, Communication History, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies, and Mobile
Communication Reception
Sports Communication
Communication History
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Mobile Communication
Chair
Andrew C. Billings, U of Alabama, USA
3971
ICA Student and Early Career Reception
Friday
20:00-22:00
Bay Penthouse
Sponsored Sessions
4071
ICA Fellows' Breakfast
Saturday
07:00-08:30
Bay Penthouse
Sponsored Sessions
4020
Alternative Inroads Into Web History: The Role of Videotext/Teletext and Other Developments in Europe and Asia
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Argos C
Chair
Akiba A. Cohen, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Communication History
Chairs
Hilde Dy Van den Bulck, U of Antwerp - Department of Communication Studies, BELGIUM
Hallvard Moe, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Participants
Blurred Lines: Fantasy, Anxiety, and Trust in the History of Technology
Carolyn Marvin, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Hidden In Plain Sight: The Role of European Teletext In the Development Of the Web
Hilde Dy Van den Bulck, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Hallvard Moe, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Videotex and teletext in France: From Innovative Social Media to Objects of Technological and Cultural Memory.
Lyombe S. Eko, Texas Tech U, USA
Alternative Web Histories: Asia-Pacific Internets and Their Imaginaries
Gerard Michael Goggin, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Mark McLelland, U of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA
Haiqing Yu, U of New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
Kwang-Suk LEE, Seoul National U of Science and Technology, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki, U of Tsukuba, JAPAN
Tamura Takanori, Hosei U, JAPAN
Hamada Tadahisa, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Cesar A Albarran Torres, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
This panel aims to fill some of the gaps in the history of the web and digital media by focusing on the role of media like videotex
and teletext and other developments that helped pave the way. To this end, it moves beyond the purely technological to include
functions (services offered) and uses of various media, beyond old distinctions between mass media and telecommunications or
broadcast communication and consultation; and beyond a U.S. focus by bringing together contributions from across the globe.
4021
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Argos D
Advances in Audience Research
Information Systems
Chair
Rachel L. Bailey, Washington State U, USA
Participants
From Labels to Explanations: An Integrative Framework for Attitudinal Media Effects Research (FrAMER)
Lennert Coenen, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Jan Van den Bulck, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Healthy Food Identification: Food Cues, Health Claims, and Health Halos
Adrienne Fayola Muldrow, Washington State U, USA
Rachel L. Bailey, Washington State U, USA
Impacts of a Character’s Morality on Audience Perspective Taking and Audience Explanations for Character Behavior
Shuo Zhou, Cornell U, USA
Michael A. Shapiro, Cornell U, USA
Conceptual and Methodological Considerations for Information Engagement Research
Lourdes Martinez, San Diego State U, USA
Andy SL Tan, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard School of Public Health, USA
Nehama Lewis, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Do Stereotypes in the Media Impair Members of Stereotyped Groups? A Meta-Analysis on Stereotype Threat
Markus Appel, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Silvana Weber, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Electroencephalographic Reponses to Gay Imagery in Advertising
Glenna Lee Read, Indiana U, USA
Irene Ingeborg van Driel, Indiana U, USA
Robert F. Potter, Indiana U, USA
Nudging Our Way to a Healthier Population: The Effect of Calorie Labeling and Self-Control on Menu Choices of Emerging Adults
Camella Rising, George Mason U, USA
Nadine Bol, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Situational and Issue Involvement as Determinants of Search Engine Usage Behavior
Julian Unkel, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
Alexander T. Haas, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
4022
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Argos E
CAT Hybrid Session 2: Virtual Experiences and Interaction
Communication and Technology
Chair
Elizabeth Newbury, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Communication Channel and Social Presence in the Formation of Transactive Memory in Video Game Teams
Adam S. Kahn, Western Michigan U, USA
How Coping With Emotions Shapes Perceptions of Social Healthcare Robots
Marloes Spekman, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Elly A. Konijn, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Johan F. Hoorn, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
KITT, Please Stop Distracting Me: Examining the Effects of Communication in Cars and Social Presence on Safe Driving
Rabindra A. Ratan, Michigan State U, USA
Frank Verberne, Eindhoven U of Technology, THE NETHERLANDS
Young June Sah, Michigan State U, USA
Dave Miller, Stanford U, USA
Rob Semmens, Stanford U, USA
Will Renius, Michigan State U, USA
The Effects of Thermal Feedback on Users’ Virtual Experiences in a Virtual Tour of the Solar System
Doohwang Lee, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Young-Nam Seo, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Minkyung Kim, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Wooyeong Kil, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Youngjin Choi, Hanyang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Reimagining Disability in Virtual Worlds: Avatar Representation Through the Lens of Uses and Gratifications
Donna Z. Davis, U of Oregon, USA
Derek Moscato, U of Oregon, USA
The Effects of Intuition-Based Real Hand Controller Interface on Users’ Virtual Experiences in a Virtual Jenga Game
Doohwang Lee, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Young-Nam Seo, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Minkyung Kim, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hyobeom Seo, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jung-Min Park, Center for Robotics Research, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Influence of Immersive System Features and Potential Interactions on User Presence
Ketaki Shriram, Stanford U, USA
James J. Cummings, Boston U, USA
Soo Youn Oh, Stanford U, USA
Jeremy N. Bailenson, Stanford U, USA
Bireswar Laha, Stanford U, USA
What You See is What You Get: Channel Dominance in the Decoding of Affective Nonverbal Behavior Displayed by Avatars
Daniel Roth, U of Cologne, U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Carola Bloch, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Anne-Kathrin Wilbers, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Marc Latoschik, U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Kai Kaspar, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Gary Bente, U of Cologne, GERMANY
4023
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Argos F
Key Challenges in Qualitative Organizational Communication Research
Organizational Communication
Chair
Boris H. J. M. Brummans, U of Montreal, CANADA
Participants
Reflexivity, Relevance, and Embeddness
Ann Cunliffe, U of Bradford, UNITED KINGDOM
Mixed Methods Research in Organizational Communication: Challenges and Opportunities
Jody Jahn, U of Colorado, USA
The Myth of Qualitative Methods in Organizational Communication Research
Robert L Krizek, Saint Louis U, USA
The Paradox of Longitudinality: Making External Decisions to Understand the Internal Dynamics of Organizational Phenomena
Thomas Martine, U de Montreal, CANADA
Represent, Re-present, Present
Paaige Kelle Turner, Webster U, USA
4024
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Navis A
Online Comments and the News
Journalism Studies
Mobile Communication
Chair
Daniel Kreiss, U of North Carolina, USA
Participants
Commenting on the News: Explaining the Degree and Quality of User Comments on News Websites
Thomas Burton Ksiazek, Villanova U, USA
Commenting User Networks: Two Case Studies on Interactions and Behavioral Self-Regulation in Comments Sections
Nina Springer, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
Christian Nuernbergk, Ludwig Maximilians U - Munich, GERMANY
User Experiences With Editorial Control in Online Comments Sections After the 2011 Terror Attacks in Norway
Anders Sundness Loevlie, IT U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
Karoline Andrea Ihlebaek, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Anders Olof Larsson, Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication and Technology, NORWAY
Mind The Less Educated Extremist: What Motivates Engagement With Online News?
Jan Boehmer, U of Miami, USA
Armando Rubi III, U of Miami, USA
Respondent
Tanja Katarina Aitamurto, Stanford U, USA
4025
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Navis B
Health Communication Advertising and Advertisements
Health Communication
Chair
Arulchelvan Sriram, Anna U, INDIA
Participants
Creating Demand for Abortion Service: A Content Analysis of Chinese Television Abortion Advertisements
Qinyu E, Communication U of China, CHINA
Catherine Elise Goodall, Ohio State U, USA
Exposure to Direct-to-Consumer Advertising for Statin Drugs is Associated With More Frequent Visits to Fast Food Restaurants and
Exercise
Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell U, USA
Rosemary Jane Avery, Cornell U, USA
Maxwell Kellogg, Cornell U, USA
Alan D. Mathios, Cornell U, USA
How Consumer Health Consciousness and Perceived Healthiness of Fast Food Restaurant Brands Influence Consumer Reactions to
Nutrient Claimed Advertisements
Hojoon Choi, U of Houston, USA
Leonard Reid, U of Georgia, USA
Three Pink Decades: Breast Cancer Coverage in Magazine Advertisements
Niveen AbiGhannam, U of Texas, USA
Lindsay Alfieri Chilek, U of Texas, USA
Hyeseung Elizabeth Koh, U of Texas, USA
Youth Receptivity to FDA’s "The Real Cost" Tobacco Prevention Campaign: Evidence From Message Pretesting
Xiaoquan Zhao, George Mason U, USA
Tesfa Alexander, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, USA
Leah Hoffman, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, USA
Chaunetta Jones, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, USA
Amanda Berger, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, USA
Matthew Walker, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, USA
Emily Talbert, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, USA
4026
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Navis C
Selfies and Self-Presentation Online
Communication and Technology
Chair
Nicole Ellison, U of Michigan, USA
Participants
Managing the Online Self: Identity Shift and Dimensions of "Publicness" in Online Social Communication
Sophie F Waterloo, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Dian Afina de Vries, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Jochen Peter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Understanding the Antecedents of Selfie-Posting on Social Networking Sites
Eunice Kim, U of Florida, USA
Jung-Ah Lee, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sejung Marina Choi, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yongjun Sung, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Selective Self-Presentation and Social Comparison Differences Among Women and Men via Photographs on Social Networking
Sites
Jesse Fox, Ohio State U, USA
Megan Ashley Vendemia, Ohio State U, USA
Selfies and Romantic Relationships: Self-Projection via Online Images Associated With Lower Quality of Romantic Relationships
Daniel Halpern Halpern, Pontifical Catholic U of Chile, CHILE
James E. Katz, Boston U, USA
Addressing the Audience: Effects of Evaluation on Identity Shift in Computer-Mediated Environments
Megan French, Stanford U, USA
Jeff Hancock, Cornell U, USA
4030
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Nire
College Health Promotion: Drinking, Substance Abuse, Sexual Assault
Health Communication
Chair
YoungJu Shin, Indiana U Purdue U Indianapolis, USA
Participants
Attitude and Norm Accessibility: Predicting Drinking and Smoking Intentions Among First-Year College Students
Sarah Thomas, Ohio State U, USA
Bridget Potocki, Ohio State U, USA
Nancy Rhodes, Michigan State U, USA
Christopher Loiewski, Ohio State U, USA
Kevin Collier, Brigham Young U, USA
Lindsey Morr, U of San Diego, USA
Prototypes of Drinkers and Injunctive Norms Predict College Drinking
Nancy Rhodes, Michigan State U, USA
Christopher Loiewski, Ohio State U, USA
Rachel Ralston, Ohio State U, USA
Bridget Potocki, Ohio State U, USA
Sarah Thomas, Ohio State U, USA
Kevin Collier, Brigham Young U, USA
Lindsey Morr, U of San Diego, USA
Social Mediation of Persuasive Media in Adolescent Substance Prevention
William D. Crano, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Eusebio Martins Alvaro, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Jason T Siegel, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Cara N. Tan, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Understanding the Normative Mechanisms in the Theory of Normative Social Behavior in College Drinking: Considering the Role
of Close vs. Distal Peer Injunctive Norms and Interdependent Self-Construal
Bo Yang, U of Maryland, USA
“When Colleges Fail Us All” Campus Sexual Assault: Formative Survey Research on College Student Perceptions Attribution of
Responsibility, and Preventive Behaviors
Jane O'Boyle, U of South Carolina, USA
Jo-Yun (Queenie) Li, U of South Carolina, USA
4031
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Kusu
Self-Disclosure and Privacy in Social Media
Communication and Technology
Chair
Carmina Teresa Rodriguez Hidalgo, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
An Extended Privacy Calculus Model for SNSs: Analyzing Self-Disclosure and Privacy Behaviors in a U.S. Representative Sample
Tobias Dienlin, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Miriam Metzger, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
How Cognitive Heuristics Influence Online Privacy: Mediating Effects of Behavior Rationales for Disclosure
Jinyoung Kim, Pennsylvania State U, USA
S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Risks, Uses, and Habits of Self-Disclosure on Facebook: Examining the Privacy Paradox Using the Reasoned Action Approach
Julia Niemann, Hanover U of Music, Drama and Media, GERMANY
Why Self-Disclosure Despite Concern?
Svenja Schaefer, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Helmut Scherer, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Balancing Privacy Concerns and Impression Management Strategies on Social Media Platforms
Jessica Vitak, U of Maryland, USA
4032
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Kashi
Covering Science and Health
Journalism Studies
Chair
Avery E. Holton, U of Utah, USA
Participants
A Question of Newsworthiness: Identifying and Reasoning the Common Selection Criteria of Science Writers From Argentina,
France, and Germany
Lars Guenther, Stellenbosch U, SOUTH AFRICA
Cecilia Rosen, Center for Studies on Science, Development and Higher Educacation, ARGENTINA
Klara Froehlich, U of Paris 8, FRANCE
Bridging a Gap? Mapping the Science Coverage of South African Newspapers
Lars Guenther, Stellenbosch U, SOUTH AFRICA
Marina Joubert, Stellenosch U/CREST, SOUTH AFRICA
Peter Weingart, Stellenbosch U/CREST, SOUTH AFRICA
Journalistic Role Perceptions in Public Health Crises
Celine Klemm, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Enny Henrica Das, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Tilo Hartmann, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Scientific Evidence and Mass Media: Investigating the Journalistic Intention to Represent Scientific Uncertainty
Lars Guenther, Stellenbosch U, SOUTH AFRICA
Georg Ruhrmann, U of Jena, GERMANY
Respondent
Risto Kunelius, U of Tampere, FINLAND
4033
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Kaede
Cultural Influence on Advertising and Corporate Communication
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Cindy Ngai, Hong Kong Polytechnic U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Relationship Building on Sina Weibo: Exploring Cultural Influence on Chinese and German Companies' Communication Practices
Cindy Ngai, Hong Kong Polytechnic U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Sabine A. Einwiller, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Communicative <3 Intimacies: Influencers and Perceived Interconnectedness
Crystal Abidin, U of Western Australia, AUSTRALIA
UGC in Brand-Related SNS Groups: Evidence From a Cross-Cultural Study of a Facebook Group and a Renren Group
Xinyu Lu, U of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA
Cultural Intelligence and an Individual’s Advertising Preference in the Lebanese Community
Jessica BouAoun, Notre Dame U, LEBANON
Jessica El-Khoury, Notre Dame U, LEBANON
The Master Said, the Master Sold? Uses and Misuses of Confucius Icon in Chinese Commercial Advertising
Giovanna Puppin, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Understanding Culture on the Effectiveness of Restaurant Servers’ Check-Back Style
Hye Eun Lee, U of Hawaii, USA
4040
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Rigel
Ethics and Social Change in Regional Media Powers: Analyzing Professional Practices in the BRICS Countries
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Herman Wasserman, U of Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA
Participants
Ethic Codes Analyses and Journalism in Brazil
Joseph D. Straubhaar, U of Texas, USA
Fernando Oliveira Paulino, U of Brasilia, BRAZIL
Marcos Santuario, U Feevale, BRAZIL
The Complex Nature of Media Accountability in Modern Russia
Elena Vartanova, Lomonosov Moscow State U, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Images of BRICS in Chinese Social Media
Changfeng Chen, Tsinghua U, CHINA
Media Ethics, Social Change, and the Practices of Indian and Chinese Journalism
Shakuntala Rao, State U of New York - Plattsburgh, USA
China-Africa Relations and its Influence on Normative Perceptions in South Africa
Herman Wasserman, U of Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA
The formation of the BRICS group of countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) has been taken as an indication of the
way in which global power relations are shifting from the old, established metropoles of the West to the ‘Rest’ – the new rising
regional powers Although this group of nations has been working to establish an alternative power bloc through, for instance, the
founding of a BRICS bank, they are far from a unified group of countries. This panel attempts to chart the relationship of media,
politics, economics and society in the different BRICS countries.
4041
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Vega
What Generates News Content? (TOP STUDENT PAPER)
Mass Communication
Chair
H. Denis Wu, Boston U, USA
Participants
Offline Political Engagement Leads to Online Political Voice Among Kyrgyzstan Bloggers
Bahtiyar Kurambayev, Independent Researcher, KYRGYZSTAN
Gina Marie Chen, U of Texas, USA
Online News Creation, Trust in the Media, and Political Participation: Direct and Moderating Effects
Alberto Ardevol-Abreu, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Catherine Hooker, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Homero Gil de Zuniga, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Subsidizing the News: Organizational Press Releases’ Influence on the Agenda and Content of News Media
Jelle Boumans, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Who is Leading Whom in the General Motors Recall Crisis: Understanding Media Impacts on Public Relations Efforts, Public
Awareness, and Financial Markets
Yang Cheng, U of Missouri, USA
4042
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Kiku
Protecting Water and Air: Examining Communication and Decision-Making Practices
Environmental Communication
Chair
Xinghua Li, Babson College, USA
Participants
Running out of Water! Developing a Message Typology and Evaluating Message Effects on Attitude Toward Water Conservation
Yuhua (Jake) Liang, Chapman U, USA
Lauren Henderson, Chapman U, USA
Kerk F. Kee, Chapman U, USA
Using Theory to Inform Water Conservation in Business Communities: Formative Research From a Chamber Initiative
Melanie Sarge, Texas Tech U, USA
Samantha Daggett, Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth, USA
Risk, Affect, and Policy Support: Public Perception of Air Pollution in China
Jialing Huang, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Zheng Janet Yang, State U of New York - Buffalo, USA
The Uses of Scientific Discourse During an Intergovernmental Hearing on Hydrofracking
Richard Buttny, Syracuse U, USA
4043
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Ran
Communication in Online Relationships: Is the Medium the Relationship?
Interpersonal Communication
Communication and Technology
Chair
Jennifer S Priem, Wake Forest U, USA
Participants
Exploring Relationship Between Online Social Support and Individual Online Subjective Well-Being Among Young Adults
Eiswein Wong, Hong Kong Shue Yan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Will Ma, Hong Kong Shue Yan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Online Data Collection Ethical Considerations: Negotiating Dialectic Tensions
Joshua Hoops, William Jewell College, USA
Robert Mejia, State U of New York - Brockport, USA
Online and Offline Conversations About Alcohol: Comparing the Effects of Familiar and Unfamiliar Discussion Partners
Hanneke Hendriks, Leiden U, THE NETHERLANDS
Gert-Jan de Bruijn, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Orla Meehan, Leiden U, THE NETHERLANDS
Bas van den Putte, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Predicting Online Social Capital: The Implications of Facebook Intensity, Perceived Attractiveness of Contents, and Relationship
Maintenance Strategies
Chris Chao Su, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Ngai Keung Chan, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Transitivity of Interpersonal (Dis)trust in an Online Setting
Bob Robbert Nicolai van de Velde, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Ivar Vermeulen, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
4045
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Sumire
Understanding Online Political Participation
Political Communication
Chair
Kjerstin Thorson, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
Asian American Political Participation on the Internet: Acculturation, Enculturation, and Online Media Use
Kevin Y. Wang, Butler U, USA
Shengying Zhang, DePauw U, USA
Dissenting Public or Engaged Citizen? Predictors of General and Issue-Specific Online Engagement in China
Ki Deuk Hyun, Akita International U, JAPAN
Mihye Seo, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Examining the Effects of Mobile and Social Media News on Political Participation: A Cross-National Analysis of Three Asian
Societies Using a Communication Mediation Approach
Michael Che Ming Chan, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Hsuan-Ting Chen, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Francis L. F. Lee, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Pathways to Political Participation: Investigating the Role of SNS News Use and Politically Relevant Social Capital
Jihyang Choi, Ewha Womans U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Political Facebook Use in Presidential Campaigns: Incivility and Political Participation
Porismita Borah, Washington State U, USA
Yiran Wang, Washington State U, USA
4046
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Koh
Examining Democracy 2.0: Unconscious Publics, Political Legitimacy, and Democracy Without Deliberation
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Keiko Nishimura, U of North Carolina, USA
Participants
Robotic Public or Democratic Technology?: General Will 2.0 and the Politics of Technology
Keiko Nishimura, U of North Carolina, USA
Democracy 2.0 as Miscommunication in Database: Azuma’s General Will 2.0 Through Ontological, Postal and Otaku.
Tomonori Teraoka, U of Pittsburgh, USA
Constitutionalization of the General Will and the Legitimation Divide of Post-WWII Japan
Keren Wang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Thinking seriously about mass media in General Will 2.0
Yasuhito Abe, Doshisha U, JAPAN
Japanese philosopher and cultural critic Hiroki Azuma argues in his latest book General Will 2.0 for revisiting the notion of
democracy, by proposing a method that integrates politically unmotivated people’s unconscious desires into the deliberation. This
panel takes the Azuma’s work as a pivotal point and attempts to develop and examine his idea of “democracy 2.0” from both
empirical and theoretical perspective. Four speakers speak from diverse background and interests, from media and cultural studies,
rhetoric, philosophy to political and social thought.
4047
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Yoh
Representation (Still) Matters
Popular Communication
Feminist Scholarship
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Nancy Thumim, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Technology and Textuality: The Political and Moral Significance of Representation in Digital Media
Lilie Chouliaraki, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
The Return to Representation: A Critique of the Networked Image
Paul Frosh, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Visualizing Race
LeiLani Nishime, U of Washington, USA
Is There Still a “Dominant” in the Field of Feminist Media Studies?
Andrea Lee Press, U of Virginia, USA
Why do Women’s Everyday Practices of Self-Representation Matter?
Nancy Thumim, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Why Representation Needs to be Unneutralized in News
Barbie Zelizer, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Respondent
Giorgia Aiello, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Following the conference theme, this roundtable invites a group of scholars to reflect on the suggestion that representation (still)
matters for understanding how media power communicates, how people communicate with power via media, and how power
communicates via media. While mass mediated forms continue to be produced and circulated, these are joined by images that are
generated by people as they participate in digital culture. Digital culture joins poststructuralism in making it even more difficult to
justify the study of representation; which representations should we study now, how should we approach them, and how can we say
what they mean?
4048
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Kei
Communicating With Power to Influence Negotiations and Decisions During Conflicts and Tensions: Exploring Public
Relations Practice in Australasian Contexts
Public Relations
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Ray E. Hiebert, U of Maryland, USA
Participants
Tensions in transparency? Exploring the Voice of Public Relations in Multi-Agency Organizational Crisis Decision-Making in
Australia
Kate Delmo, U of Technology - Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Power to the people? Perceived Community Influence in Public Decision Making
Jannet Pendleton, U of Technology - Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Communicating for Strategic Employee Engagement in the Transformation of Malaysia Airlines
Kiranjit Kaur, U Teknologi MARA, MALAYSIA
Conflicts in Mining Area: Whose Voices to be Heard?
Gregoria Arum Yudarwati, U Atma Jaya Yogyakarta, INDONESIA
This panel session addresses the challenges faced in public relations practice when dealing with power relations between different
actors in managing conflicts, issues and crises, including practitioners' capacity to exert power to achieve their goals. On the other
hand, the panel will also highlight limiting conditions when public relations is unable to communicate with power due to imbalances
in negotiating for influence and interest with other actors in the field.
4049
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Board Room
Communicating Power in the Diaspora: Ethnic Minorities Using Digital Media for Activism and Political Change
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Lori Kido Lopez, U Wisconsin - Madison, USA
Participants
Colorism, Racism, and Cyber-activism: The Affective Politics of South Asian Diasporic Narratives
Radhika E. Parameswaran, Indiana U, USA
Masculinity and Political Resistance in Hmong YouTube Communities
Lori Kido Lopez, U Wisconsin, USA
#MyanmarElection: Burma’s Ethnic Minorities in Diaspora Follow Political Campaign from Afar
Emily Ann Ehmer, Texas State U, USA
Unpacking Types of Turkish Diasporic Activism in Reaction to the Gezi Park Protests
Leen S. J. d'Haenens, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
Roya Imani Giglou, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
Christine L. Ogan, Indiana U, USA
Respondent
Myria Georgiou, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
4052
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Hagi
Contexts, Processes, and Outcomes of Outgroup Attitudes and Intergroup Contact
Intergroup Communication
Chair
Ling Chen, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Intergroup Contact in Deliberative Groups: Evidence From Three Deliberative Polls
Nuri Kim, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
James S. Fishkin, Stanford U, USA
Robert Luskin, U of Texas, Austin, USA
Effects of Imagined Contact on Attitude Towards Death
Chien-Yu Chen, U of Arizona, USA
Jake Harwood, U of Arizona, USA
Homophobia and Support for GLBT Marriage: An Integrated Threat Analysis
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Elsa Campbell, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Shawn Condon, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Noah Little, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Intergroup Contact on Facebook Groups and Intergroup Attitudes: Results From Two Longitudinal Studies
Eleni Kioumi, Aristotle U of Thessaloniki, GREECE
Antonis Gardikiotis, Aristotle U of Thessaloniki, GREECE
The Preconditions for Positive Media Effects: Direct Outgroup Contact and Ingroup Identification Affect the Amount of Outgroup
Exposure
David Schieferdecker, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
4053
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Fuji
4054
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Sakura
The Visual Communication of Identities and Values Across Cultures
Visual Communication Studies
Participants
#Dustwarrior: Visual Representations of Native American Appropriation at Burning Man
Ashley Cordes, U of Oregon, USA
Communicating Eternal Love and Confucian Values via Visual and Cultural Images of Korean Historical Television Dramas
Carolyn A. Lin, U of Connecticut, USA
Suji Park, U of Connecticut, USA
Complicating Visual Identities Post 9/11: Muslim Female YouTubers Speak Back
Diane Watt, U of Ottawa, CANADA
Looking Through Outdoor Advertising Images for Beauty in Argentina, Chile, Hungary, and Romania
Pamela Kay Morris, Loyola U Chicago, USA
Utopia, Nostalgia, and Femininity: Visually Promoting the Chinese Dream
Zhen Sun, Macau U of Science and Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Interventions in Public Power: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Panel
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Stuart Allan, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Statutory Underpinnings: The Search for a Balance Between Media Power, Regulation, and Accountability Post Leveson and
Finkelstein
Steven Maras, U of Western Australia, AUSTRALIA
Power in Practice: How Media Reporting Can Transform Professional Practice
Colleen Elizabeth Mills, U of Canterbury, NEW ZEALAND
Opportunities in Research to Communicate With Power
Alison Mary Henderson, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
‘Turning the Tables’: Listening as an Intervention in Media Power
Tanja Dreher, U of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA
The Power of Twitter in New Zealand
Donald Matheson, U of Canterbury, NEW ZEALAND
4060
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Olive
Media & Democracy: Press Freedom and Censorship
Political Communication
Chair
Susana Salgado, U of Lisbon, PORTUGAL
Participants
Does the Great Fire Wall Cause Self-Censorship? The Effects of Perceived Regulation and the Justification of Censorship
Zhi-Jin Zhong, Sun Yat-Sen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Tongchen Wang, Sun Yat-Sen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Minting Huang, Sun Yat-Sen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Emerging Media and Press Freedoms as Determinants of Nonviolent and Violent Political Conflicts, 1990-2006
Jacob Groshek, Boston U, USA
Britt D Christensen, Zayed U, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Media and Attitudes About Electoral Malpractice: A Field Experiment in a New Democracy
Devra C. Moehler, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Jeffrey Conroy-Krutz, Michigan State U, USA
Redesigning Media Freedom: A Two-Dimensional Framework for Comparative Analysis
Antonio Ciaglia, U of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA
4061
Saturday
08:00-09:15
Sage
Learning and Participation in the Changing Mediascape: Studying Youth, Equity, and Communicating With Power
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Melissa Brough, U of California, Irvine, USA
Ioana Literat, Teachers College, Columbia U, USA
Alicia Blum-Ross, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Neta Kligler-Vilenchik, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Samantha Anne Close, U of Southern California, USA
Respondent
Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
4220
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Argos C
Challenging the Narrative of a ’Neutral Past’ in WWII: Transnational Media Perspectives
Communication History
Chairs
Isabel Maria Capeloa Gil, U Católica Portuguesa, PORTUGAL
Nelson Costa Ribeiro, U Católica Portuguesa, PORTUGAL
Participants
Selling Neutrality to the Public: How the Media Were Used to Promote Salazar’s Neutral Dictatorship
Nelson Costa Ribeiro, U Católica Portuguesa, PORTUGAL
Gag Orders: Portuguese Neutrality and the Holocaust in the Aftermath of WWII
Isabel Maria Capeloa Gil, U Católica Portuguesa, PORTUGAL
Challenging Neutrality Without Success: Silenced Minority Reports by Exiled Germans
Susanne Kinnebrock, Augbsurg U, GERMANY
Narratives of a ’Neutral Past’ in a Postcolonial Ireland : Challenges During and Since WWII
Paschal Preston, Dublin City U, IRELAND
Cold War Mindedness, Again
Barbie Zelizer, U of Pennsylvania, USA
After WWII neutrality became a discursive device to reimagine the nation within divergent political (Portuguese and Spanish
authoritarianism), social (Scandinavian social model and Swiss economic development model), and cultural-political (Irish
postcolonial setting) frameworks. Neutrality was a strategic construct of both political and media discourse and became
supplemental to the dominant postbellum construction of cultural identity. Alongside once seemingly popular notions such as
objectivity and balance, the modernist concept of ‘neutrality’ and ‘the neutral’ has been challenged by post-structuralist,
postmodernist and constructivist modes of thought in more recent decades. This panel will discuss the uses of neutrality from a
transnational media comparative perspective.
4221
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Argos D
To Understand Communication and Social Networks
Information Systems
Chair
Chen-Chao Tao, National Chiao Tung U, TAIWAN
Participants
Networks of Health Information Sharing and Diffusion on Twitter: Analysis of Replies, Retweets, and Mentions Surrounding Health
Organizations During the National Diabetes Awareness Month
Jae Eun Chung, Howard U, USA
Seungyoon Lee, Purdue U, USA
Namkee Park, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Convergence or Divergence: Exploring Different Mechanisms Driving NGOs’ Cross-Platform Interorganizational Networks
Wenlin Liu, U of Southern California, USA
Jieun Shin, U of Southern California, USA
Janet Fulk, U of Southern California, USA
Electronic Word-of-Mouth (e-WOM) Behaviors in Social Network Systems (SNS)
Songyi Park, Northwestern U, USA
How Do You Manage Your Privacy? Consumers’ Privacy Concern and Privacy Protection on Social Network Sites in the Era of Big
Data
Wenjing Xie, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Kavita Karan, U of Southern Illinois C., USA
How the Depth and Breadth of Online Networks Define the Use of Facebook’s Privacy Settings
Arun Vishwanath, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Weiai Xu, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Zed Ngoh, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Yu Jie Ng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Brynne Harrison, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Impact of Network Density on Computer-Mediated Social Support (CMSS) Group Participants’ Information Competence
Kang Namkoong, U of Kentucky, USA
Dhavan Shah, U of Wisconsin, USA
David H Gustafson, U of Wisconsin, USA
Testing the Significance of Degree Centralization in Small, Directed Communication Networks
Frank Tutzauer, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
When Do Consumers Buy The Company? Perceptions of Interactivity in Company-Consumer Interactions on Social Networking
Sites
Megan Ashley Vendemia, Ohio State U, USA
4222
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Argos E
Antismoking/Antidrinking: High Density Panel in Health Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Elisabeth Bigsby, U of Illinois, USA
Participants
Effects of Visuals and Arguments in Electronic Cigarette Ads on Smokers’ Perceptions of “Secondhand Vaping”
Sijia Yang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Erin K. Maloney, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Joseph N. Cappella, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Message Persuasiveness and Audience Selection: How Argument Strength Shapes Smokers’ Selective Exposure to Antismoking
Messages
Hyun Suk Kim, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Sungkyoung Lee, U of Missouri-Columbia, USA
Joseph N. Cappella, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Message Transmission Intent: Examining the Relationship Between Perceived Message Features, Perceived Norms and Personality
Trait
Mufan Luo, U of Illinois, USA
Ningxin Wang, U of Illinois, USA
Cabral A Bigman, U of Illinois, USA
Neural Activity During Antismoking Message Exposure Predicts Subsequent Counterarguing Among Smokers
Jiaying Liu, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Matthew Brook O'Donnell, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Emily Falk, U of Pennsylvania, USA
The Lagged Effect of Cigarette and E-Cigarette Information Scanning on Intention to Initiate E-Cigarette Use Among Youth and
Young Adults
Kirsten Lochbuehler, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Jiaying Liu, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Qinghua Yang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Robert Hornik, U of Pennsylvania, USA
The Roles of Message Framing and Social Influence in Interactive Social Media Campaigns for Reducing Binge Drinking Among
College Students
Hyojung Park, Louisiana State U, USA
The Persuasive Effects of Framed Antismoking Warning Labels and Self-Efficacy Messages on Cigarette Packages.
Saar Mollen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Luana Hererias Stade, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Eline Suzanne Smit, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Bas van den Putte, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
4223
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Argos F
Work-Life Balance and Flexible Work
Organizational Communication
Chair
May Hongmei Gao, Kennesaw State U, USA
Participants
"If You Experience Noise, You Haven't Planned Your Work Well": Individualization and Regulation Within a Flexible Work
Design
Claartje L. ter Hoeven, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Eva van Gemert, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Ideal Teleworker: Assessing Ideal-Worker Constructions and Dialectical Tensions in a Nonstandard Work Arrangement
Millie Harrison, U of Texas, USA
Expressing Work-Family Memorable Messages With Coworkers
Brian L. Heisterkamp, California State U, San Bernardino, USA
Christina Yoshimura, U of Montana, USA
Making Sense of Working Role Transitions for Family
Brian Perna, U of Southern Mississippi, USA
Respondent
Kumi Ishii, Western Kentucky U, USA
4224
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Navis A
Robots, Machines, and Algorithms: Perspectives on Automated Journalism
Journalism Studies
Communication and Technology
Chair
Mike Joseph Ananny, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
"Our Audience is a Machine": Structured Stories and the Computation of Journalistic Context
C.W. Anderson, CUNY- College of Staten Island, USA
I, Robot. You, Journalist. Who is the Author?
Tal Montal, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
Zvi Reich, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
Automated News: Better Than Expected?
Mario Haim, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Andreas Graefe, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Risks and Opportunities in Automated Newsgathering: First Findings From the Frontline
Neil James Thurman, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Stephen Schifferes, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Respondent
Matt Carlson, Saint Louis U, USA
4225
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Navis B
Culture and Social Interaction: Language, Identity, Community, and Intercultural Communication
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Zohar Kampf, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Participants
Language is Voiced: Unpacking the Meanings and Interpretations of Chinese Indonesian Language Discourse
Todd L. Sandel, U of Macau, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Meanings of the Modern Day Chinese Identity in Malaysia (Top Paper)
Ee Lin Lee, Western Washington U, USA
"Transborder Conversation" and Diffusion of Social Movement Discourse Between Hong Kong and China: Oppositional Codes and
the Mediatisation of a Transborder Speech Community (Top Student Paper)
Guangsheng Huang, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Rapport Building of a Korean-Immigrant Owned Beauty Supply Store in Black Community
Sarah Cho, U of Massachusetts, USA
4226
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Navis C
Communication and Technology Division Top Student Papers
Communication and Technology
Chair
Lee Humphreys, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Ser Técnico: Localized Technology Transfer, Emerging Technical Actors, and the Brazilian Computer Industry
Beatrice Choi, Northwestern U, USA
I Read Your Updates, I Read You: Spontaneous Trait Inferences on Social Media
Ana Levordashka, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Ruoyun Lin, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Track Me, Track Me Not: Support and Consent to State and Private Sector Surveillance
Nili Steinfeld, Ariel U, ISRAEL
The Role of Customization, Brand Trust, and Privacy Concerns in Advergaming
Verena Wottrich, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
4230
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Nire
The Power of Technology for Learning
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Chair
Hamlet Autman, Interactive College of Technology, USA
Participants
Cell Phones in the Classroom: Multitasking Magic or Multimedia Morass?
BF F. Battistoli, Fairleigh Dickinson U, USA
Learning About Sexual Health Online and In-School in Early Adolescence: Gender and Racial-Ethnic Differences
Lisa B. Hurwitz, Northwestern U, USA
Leanne Beaudoin-Ryan, Northwestern U, USA
Reinventing the Role of Science Centers in Informal Science Engagement and Communication
Debalina Dutta, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
The Effects of Social Networks in the Classroom on Student Learning Experience and Outcomes
Seungcheol Austin Lee, Northern Kentucky U, US
Stephen Edward Johnson, Northern Kentucky U, USA
Patrick Flynn Ashley, Northern Kentucky U, USA
Daniel Joseph Cieslak, Northern Kentucky U, USA
The Power of Games: A Review of Research on Game-Based Learning (2010-2015)
Maria da Conceicao Goncalves Costa, ULHT-CICANT, PORTUGAL
Kathleen Tyner, U of Texas - Austin, USA
Sara Henriques, Lusofona U, PORTUGAL
Carla Galego, Lusofona U, PORTUGAL
4231
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Kusu
Public Diplomacy Interest Group Organizational Business Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Diana Ingenhoff, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Participants
Elena Alina Dolea, U of Bucharest, ROMANIA
Spiro K. Kiousis, U of Florida, USA
Jian Wang, U of Southern California, USA
4232
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Kashi
Social Media, Political Mobilization, and Participation
Communication and Technology
Chair
Sonja Utz, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Participants
Event Mobilization in a Cross Media Era: Project X, Haren, THE NETHERLANDS
Lidwien van de Wijngaert, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Jan A. G. M. Van Dijk, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Using Resource Mobilization Theory to Analyze March 18, 2014 Sunflower Student Movement in Taiwan
Kenneth C. C. Yang, U of Texas - El Paso, USA
Yowei Kang, Kainan U, TAIWAN
Innovating Consultative Authoritarianism: Internet Votes as a Digital Tool to Stabilize Nondemocratic Rule
Florian Toepfl, Free U of Berlin, GERMANY
Bandwagon or Free Ride: The Effect of Social Media Normative Cues on Self-Efficacy, Perceived Likelihood of Success, and
Intentions to Participate in a Collective Action
Yu-Hao Lee, U of Florida, USA
Carlin Littles, Georgetown U, USA
The Social Media Participation Model: A Goal Systems Theory Perspective
Johannes Knoll, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Jorg Matthes, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Raffael Heiss, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
4233
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Kaede
Media Coverage of Environmental and Scientific Issues: Effects on Attittudes, Perceptions, and Knowledge
Environmental Communication
Chair
Sonny Rosenthal, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Participants
Media and Public Perceptions of Global Warming in India
Jagadish J Thaker, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
Xiaoquan Zhao, George Mason U, USA
Anthony Leiserowitz, Yale U, USA
Partisan Media and Their Climate Change Agenda-Setting Effects on Partisan Publics: Testing the Compelling Arguments Concept
in the Age of Polarization
Hong Vu, U of Kansas, USA
Polarization and Mainstreaming Effects: The Role of Political Ideology, Media, and Elaborative Processing on Public Science
Attitudes
Hyoyeun Jun, U of Georgia, USA
Michael Cacciatore, U of Georgia, USA
Dietram A. Scheufele, U of Wisconsin, USA
Elizabeth A. Corley, Arizona Sate U, USA
Dominique Brossard, U of Wisconsin, USA
Michael Andrew Xenos, U of Wisconsin, USA
Social Class, Environmental Knowledge, and Concern in China: The Difference Between New and Traditional Media Use Functions
Xiaoxiao Cheng, Hohai U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Lun Meng, Hohai U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
4240
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Rigel
Digital Surveillance and Citizenship
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Arne Hintz, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
The Snowden Revelations and the Mediapolis
Adrienne Russell, U of Denver, USA
Risto Kunelius, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Living in Surveillance Society: From Regimes of Justification to Surveillance Realism
Lina Dencik, Cardiff U - UNITED KINGDOM
Arne Hintz, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Surveillance, Intelligence Agencies, Persuasion, Influence and Accountability: Problematic Silences in Civil Society
Vian Bakir, Bangor U, UNITED KINGDOM
Surveillance, Encryption and Citizenship
Einar Thorsen, Bournemouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Balancing Surveillance and Internet Freedoms: Brazil and Snowden's legacy 3 years on
Debora Moura Medeiros, Free U of Berlin, GERMANY
Digital surveillance affects the core of contemporary forms of citizenship, as the post-Snowden debates have demonstrated. It raises
questions regarding the nature of civil rights in digital environments; highlights the challenges of online civic activities and political
dissent; questions the nature of the security state; and complicates legal frameworks of national jurisdictions in a context of crossborder communication flows. In this panel we combine the research projects of different scholars who have all explored the
implications of the Snowden leaks across a number of different themes and contexts that relate to questions of citizenship in
contemporary society.
4241
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Vega
Mass Communication Research at the Systems Level (TOP STUDENT PAPER)
Mass Communication
Chair
Leo W. Jeffres, Cleveland State U, USA
Participants
Beyond Hallin and Mancini: A Media System Typology Based on 16 Nonwestern Countries
Michael Meyen, U Munich, GERMANY
Maria Karidi, U of Munich, GERMANY
How do Sociodemographic and Structural Similarities Explain Viewing Pattern Similarity?
Sujin Choi, Kookmin U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Antecedents of Internet Dependency and Its Consequences for Political Efficacy: An Analysis on a National Representative
Sample in China
Yu Xu, U of Southern California, USA
Yajie Chu, Fudan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Understanding Asian Media Systems: How Has the Press Enhanced or Hindered Digitally Mediated Political Activism?
Shin Haeng Lee, U of Washington, USA
4242
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Kiku
Feminisms and Feminists From and in Asia
Feminist Scholarship
Chair
Stine Eckert, Wayne State U, USA
Participants
Feminist Responses to Online Misogyny in India
Kalyani Chadha, U of Maryland, USA
Indian Feminism and the Communicative Network
Sangita Gopal, U of Oregon, USA
Analyzing the Use of Information Network by Stakeholders in Building Agenda on Rape and Sexual Assault of Women in India
Pallavi Guha, U of Maryland, USA
Women Journalists in Traditional and Alternative Media in Japan
Kaori Hayashi, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Social Media as Spaces of Resistance for Women in Afghanistan
Azeta Hatef, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Beyond the Glitz: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Deepika Padukone’s My Choice Video Controversy
Melanie Le Forestier, U Toulouse 2 - Jean Jaures, FRANCE
A Transnational Political Imagination: China’s Feminist Five and Online Feminist Activism
Sara X. T. Liao, U of Texas, USA
Chinese Women’s Social Media Conversations on the End of China’s One Child Policy
Boya Xu, U of Maryland, USA
Rarely do we focus on feminisms in parts of the world such as the vast continent of Asia. Which media do feminists and women in
different Asian countries employ to create campaigns, protests and resistances? Which issues are at stake for women and feminists of
different backgrounds? Which theoretical and topical frameworks are used to analyze the intersections of feminisms and media? By
learning from/about Asian countries this panel gives new impulses for collaborations and comparative research within Asia but also
across the globe. The panel particularly addresses the contemporary challenges and possibilities of women and feminists in/with
social media, film, broadcasting and news media in Japan, China, India and Afghanistan.
4243
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Ran
4245
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Sumire
Media Industry Studies Business Meeting
Media Industry Studies
Chair
Patricia Frances Phalen, George Washington U, USA
News Exposure and Effects: Knowledge, Interest, and Behavior
Political Communication
Chair
Erik Albaek, U of Southern Denmark, Centre for Journalism, DENMARK
Participants
Adolescents’ Development of Political Interest: A Communication Mediation Approach Using Five Waves of Panel Data
Adam Shehata, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Erik Amna, Örebro U, SWEDEN
How Citizens (Could) Turn Into an Informed Public: Explaining Information Attentiveness for European Parliamentary Elections
Christiane Grill, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Hajo G. Boomgaarden, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Learning From News? An Eye-Tracking Experiment
Sanne Kruikemeier, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Ming Boyer, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sophie Lecheler, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The PFAD Model of News Exposure: Impacts of Personalization, Fragmentation, Authority-Disorder Bias, and Dramatization
Cornelia Mothes, Ohio State U, USA
Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick, Ohio State U, USA
George Pearson, Ohio State U, USA
The Power to Mobilize: Effects of First-Time Voters’ Political Social-Media Use on Electoral Behavior
Jakob Ohme, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Erik Albaek, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
4246
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Koh
Global Migration: Current Topics and Research Interventions
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Saskia Witteborn, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Moving Bodies and Surfaces of Affect
Radha S. Hegde, New York U, USA
Connecting Europe: Digital Diasporas and Belonging
Sandra Ponzanesi, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Refugees Journeys and Transient Connectivities
Myria Georgiou, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
The Enigma of Return
Mirca Madianou, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Brain Drain
Gholam Khiabany, IAMCR - International Assocation for Media and Communication Research, UNITED KINGDOM
Abolition, in Digital Modes of Production
Linchuan Jack Qiu, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Multiplication of Media in the European "Humanitarian" Border Zone
Karina Horsti, Academy of Finland, FINLAND
The Autonomy of (Digital) Migration
Saskia Witteborn, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The mass movement of people across borders is a defining reality of our times. A global audience witness new scales of trans-border
movement enabled through media spectacles of people crossing into Europe and refugees coordinating their flight through GPS.
Global economic structures and geopolitics have led Chinese migrants to build the infrastructure in African countries, highly skilled
migrants to relocate to Japan or Singapore, Chinese and Indian students to fuel ailing educational sectors, and countries like Lebanon
and Jordan to struggle with high numbers of displaced people. This panel speaks directly to the conference theme “Communicating
with Power” and to the multi-leveled practices that constitute migration on a material and representational as well as a local, regional
and global level.
4247
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Yoh
Music, Sound, and Popular Culture
Popular Communication
Chair
Lillian Boxman-Shabtai, Northwestern U, USA
Participants
The '90s, the Most Stunning Days of Our Lives: Retro Music, Nostalgia, Neoliberal Positive Psychology in Contemporary Korea
Gooyong Kim, Cheyney U of Pennsylvania, USA
Recognition Through Reception: Hip Hop Music and the Forging of Civic Bonds Among Minority Youth in Norway
Torgeir Uberg Naerland, U of Bergen, NORWAY
"Mom’s Voice” and Other Voices: Civil-Military Relations as a Media Ritual
Oren Meyers, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
In Living Sound: The Production and Management of Diasporic Connectivity Through Podcast Talk
Lia Wolock, U of Michigan-Ann Arbor, USA
4248
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Kei
Little Love for Lobbying? A Communication Practice Searching for its Place
Public Relations
Chair
Oyvind Ihlen, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Participants
Claiming Lobbyism: Lobbyism, Public Relations and Social Capital
Melissa Dawn Dodd, U of Central Florida, USA
Comfortably Numb: Public Relations and Theories of Lobbying
Oyvind Ihlen, U of Oslo, NORWAY
The Worry About Lobbying: Legislative Moves
Magda Pieczka, Queen Margaret U, UNITED KINGDOM
Love at Last: Scandinavia as a Lobbyists’ Mecca?
Ketil Raknes, Oslo Sch of Management, NORWAY
Respondent
Anu Marjaana Kantola, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
How can lobbying be understood, criticized or defended? This panel explores lobbying as a communication practice within the field
of public relations and its link to the larger setting of democratic societies.
4249
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Board Room
Perception, Cognition, and Experience in Visual Communication Research
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Frank Biocca, Syracuse U, USA
Participants
A Mixed-Method Examination of the Effectiveness of Sustainability-Themed Print Media Visuals
Carie Cunningham, Michigan State U, USA
Serena Carpenter, , USA
Bruno Takahashi, Michigan State U, USA
Alisa Pamela Lertpratchya, Michigan State U, USA
Experience of Suspense in Cliffhanger Situations
Nicholas Hugo Mueller, Techincal U Chemnitz, GERMANY
Making Older Art Interactive: Modality Alters Perception
Frank Biocca, Syracuse U, USA
Hyejin Kum, Sungkyunkwan U, USA
The Invisible Power Beyond Visual Outlet of Billboard Advertisement Based on Analysis Through Eyetracker
HyeonJu Jeong, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jung Sun Park, Korea Out of Home Advertising Center, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Visual Skill Acquisition Theory, Eye Tracking, and SSE: Theorizing How Visual Communication Enhances Visual Skill
Kevin John, Brigham Young U, USA
Jakob D. Jensen, U of Utah, USA
Andy J King, Texas Tech U, USA
Doug Grossman, U of Utah, USA
4252
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Hagi
Online Social Capital
Communication and Technology
Chair
Emese Domahidi, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Participants
Bowling Alone in South Korea? The Implications of the Digital Divides for North Korean Refugees’ Social Capital in South Korea
Bumgi Min, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Social Media Social Capital, Offline Social Capital, and Political Participation: Exploring Asymmetrical Social Capital Effects
Homero Gil de Zuniga, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Matt Barnidge, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Andres Scherman, U Diego Portales, CHILE
Social Network Doping: Fake Fans as the New Social Capital
Douglas Schules, Rikkyo U, JAPAN
Hsin-Yen Yang, Fort Hays State U, USA
The More the Better? Examining Self-Disclosure, Third-Party Endorsement, and Social Capital of Young Professionals on LinkedIn
Xuan Wu, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Pengxiang Li, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Tian Yang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Yang Wang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
4253
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Fuji
Top Papers in Sports Communication
Sports Communication
Chair
Tang Tang, The U of Akron, USA
Participants
Disparaging Trademarks and Social Responsibility
Jasmine McNealy, U of Florida, USA
Perceived Brand Personality Through Sports Sponsorship: Locating a Blurred Line Between Entertainment and Persuasion in
Mediated Sports
Po-Lin Pan, Arkansas State U, USA
Joe Phua, U of Georgia, USA
Chang Wan Woo, James Madison U, USA
Watching Olympic Games With Three Different Media: An Application of Niche Theory
Kihan Kim, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yunjae Cheong, Hankuk U of Foreign Studies, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hyuksoo Kim, Ball State U, USA
“This Is Who We Are!” National Identity Construction and the 2014 FIFA World Cup
Anita Atwell Seate, U of Maryland, USA
Rong Ma, U of Maryland, USA
Irina Alexandra Iles, U of Maryland, USA
Thomas McCloskey, U of Maryland, USA
Shawn Parry-Giles, U of Maryland, USA
Respondent
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
4254
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Sakura
Kuuki, Public Mood, and Other Similar Concepts and Their Significance
Sponsored Sessions
Participants
A Study on the Anti-Atomic Power Plant in Japan
Youichi Ito, Akita International U, JAPAN
A Study on the “Pouring Water” and the “Deliberation Priming” Functions of the Mass Media: Revision of Juvenile Law in Japan
Tsuneo Ogawa, Tokai U, JAPAN
An Empirical Study of the Anti-Korean Kuuki in Japan
HongChun Lee, Tokyo City U, JAPAN
Measuring Public Mood and Public Opinion: An Empirical Example
Yue Tan, National Sun Yat-sen U, TAIWAN
David H. Weaver, Indiana U, USA
Respondents
Toshio Takeshita, Meiji U, JAPAN
Yoko Ogawa Nishiaki, Keio U, JAPAN
4260
Saturday
09:30-10:45
Olive
Political News in Comparative Perspective
Political Communication
Journalism Studies
Chair
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Cross-National and Cross-Temporal Changes in Political News: A Multigroup SEM-Model of Mediatized Politics
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Benjamin Fretwurst, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Explaining the Tone of Immigration News: The Importance of the Newspaper and Actor Environment in Comparative Perspective
Andrea Masini, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Peter Van Aelst, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Rethinking Hallin and Mancini (2004) Beyond the West: An Analysis of Media Systems in Central and Eastern Europe
Edda Humprecht, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Laia Castro Herrero, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Sven Engesser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Michael Brueggemann, U of Hamburg, GERMANY
Florin Buechel, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
The Erosion of Trust in the Press as “Spill-over” Effect: A Comparative and Longitudinal Analysis
Thomas Hanitzsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Arjen van Dalen, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Nina Elvira Steindl, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
The Euro Crisis in German and Spanish Online News: Does a Common European Discourse Emerge?
Johannes Kaiser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Katharina Kleinen-von Koenigsloew, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
4261
Saturday
09:30-12:15
Sage
4320
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Argos C
Extended Session: Parental Mediation
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
A Matter of Style? The Differential Effects of Parental Mediation on Early Adolescents’ Media Violence Exposure and Aggression
Karin Fikkers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Patti M. Valkenburg, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Children’s Attitudinal and Behavioral Reactions to Product Placements: Do Parental Mediations and Family Conversations Matter?
Brigitte Naderer, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Franziska Marquart, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Mira Mayrhofer, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Ines Spielvogel, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Game On: Refining the Parental Mediation Framework for a Video-Gaming Landscape
Hee Jhee Jiow, Singapore Institute of Technology, SINGAPORE
Sun Sun Lim, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Julian Lin, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Reversed Parental Television Mediation: Children’s Guidance of Their Parents’ Television Use and Parent-Child Television
Conflict.
Sara Nelissen, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Jan Van den Bulck, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
The Role of Parents on Children's Media Use: A Meta-Analysis of Parental Mediation
Liang Chen, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Using Moral Foundations Theory and Parent Mediation to Understand the Effect of Child Exposure to Televised Moral Lessons on
Transfer to Moral Situations
Drew Cingel, Northwestern U, USA
Marina Krcmar, Wake Forest U, USA
Megan K. Olsen, Northwestern U, USA
Francesca Pietrantonio, Northwestern U, USA
Guiding Young Children’s Digital Media Use: Concerns and Competences Among Parents From Different Socioeconomic
Backgrounds
Peter Nikken, Youth Institute/Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Parents and TV as Socializers of 6- to 19-Year-Olds' Expressions of Emotion: Representative Data From Germany
Sebastian Scherr, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Marie-Louise Mares, U of Wisconsin, USA
Anne Bartsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Maya Goetz, IZI International Central Institute, GERMANY
Rules, Role Model, or Attachment? The Impact of Parents on Their Children’s Problematic Mobile Phone Involvement
Dorothee Hefner, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Karin Knop, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Stefanie Schmitt, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Theresa Sofie Abele, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Social Networking Sites and Materialism: Safeguarding Roles of Parents and Personal Traits
Hillbun Ho, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Wonsun Shin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
May O. Lwin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
On the Technical Side of Digital Games
Game Studies
Chair
Daniel Pietschmann, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Participants
A Case Study in Newsgame Creation: Why Game Designers and Journalists are Still Learning to Work Together
Lindsay Grace, American U, USA
Flow and Mobile Gaming: The Effects of In-Game Purchases and Screen Size
Matthew Hui, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Han Zhong Yeo, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Benjamin H. Detenber, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
It’s New, but is it Improved? Novelty and Learning Effects in the Use and Enjoyment of Naturally Mapped Video Game Controllers
Benny Liebold, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Daniel Pietschmann, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
The Unexpected Comfort of Wearing Headphones: Emotional and Cognitive Effects of Headphone Use When Playing a Bloody
Video Game
Karyn E. Riddle, U of Wisconsin, USA
Zhen Di, U of Wisconsin, USA
Sunghak Kim, U of Wisconsin, USA
Eunyoung Myung, U of Wisconsin, USA
Swee Kiat Tay, U of Wisconsin, USA
Fangxin Xu, U of Wisconsin, USA
Measuring Flow Through Attentional Engagement During Game Play: Validation of a Novel Technique
Elena Nunez Castellar, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Jan-Niklas Antons, Quality and Usability Lab at Telekom Innovation Laboratories, TU Berlin, GERMANY
Daniele Marinazzo, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Jan Van Looy, Ghent U, BELGIUM
4321
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Argos D
Motivated Cognition and Behavior
Information Systems
Chair
Jennifer Rose Talevich, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
Reconceptualizing Coping Styles as an Arousal-based Motivational Bias During the Processing of Mediated Self-Threatening
Messages
Jingjing Han, Indiana U, USA
Annie Lang, Indiana U, USA
Trait Motivational Reactivity Across The Life Cycle Predicts News Media Use
Annie Lang, Indiana U, USA
Paul David Bolls, U of Missouri, USA
Conceptualizing Time Perception During Media Use From a Motivated Cognitive Perspective
Tianjiao Wang, Washington State U, USA
Rachel L. Bailey, Washington State U, USA
Jiawei Liu, Washington State U, USA
Applying Nontechnological Approaches to Examine Priming and Motivated Preparation as Mechanisms for the Proteus Effect
Yuhua (Jake) Liang, Chapman U, USA
Such a Bad Example! How a Failed Story Character Can Motivate Us
Stefan Krause, U Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Reading News About Successful Versus Unsuccessful Students: Effects on Students’ Well-Being and Learning Motivation
Matthias R. Hastall, Technical U Dortmund, GERMANY
Denise Materna, Technical U Dortmund, GERMANY
Ute Ritterfeld, Technical U Dortmund, GERMANY
The Motivated Affective Behavioral System: A Neurocomputational Model of the Complex Psychological Dynamics of
Communication
Jennifer Rose Talevich, U of Southern California, USA
Stephen J. Read, U of Southern California, USA
Attaching Food Information to Biological Food Cues
Rachel L. Bailey, Washington State U, USA
Tianjiao Wang, Washington State U, USA
Jiawei Liu, Washington State U, USA
Adrienne Fayola Muldrow, Washington State U, USA
Christopher Kaiser, Washington State U, USA
4322
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Argos E
B.E.S.T.: Social Responsibility and Ethics in Communication Practice and Research
Organizational Communication
Chair
Craig R. Scott, Rutgers U, USA
Participants
Talk and Action: Probing the Ideal of Consistency Between CSR Talk and CSR Practices
Lars Thoeger Christensen, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Mette Morsing, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Ole Thyssen, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
CSR Communication in the Business-to-Business Context: An Exploratory Study
Jordy Gosselt, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Suzanne Janssen, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Benthe Bemelman, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Communicating CSR: Navigating the CSR-Luxury Paradox Online through a Discourse of Balance and Convergence
Jia Yun Wong, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Ganga Sasidharan Dhanesh, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Stakeholder's Pressure Towards Measurability in CSR Reporting: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Six Asian Countries
Gaelle Duthler, Zayed U, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Pavel Slutskiy, Chulalongkorn U, THAILAND
Inka Stever, Zayed U, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Katharina Wolf, Curtin U, AUSTRALIA
Shifting Responsibility While Still Being "Socially Responsible": Food Waste and Power in a Supply Chain
Bree Devin, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Carol Richards, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Collaboration by Design: Stakeholder Engagement in GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines
Svetlana (Yana) V. Grushina, Dartmouth College, USA
"Did We Get It Right?": Navigating Emergent Tensions in Assessing the Impact of Engaged Organizational Communication
Scholarship
Stacey L. Connaughton, Purdue U, USA
Jasmine Linabary, Purdue U, USA
Liliya Yakova, Purdue U, USA
Arunima Krishna, Purdue U, USA
Kai Kuang, Bloomsburg U of Pennsylvania, USA
Neva Stumberger, Purdue U, USA
Jessica Pauly, Purdue U, USA
Agaptus Anaele, Ohio U, USA
Advertisers’ Ethics
Guido Zurstiege, U Tuebingen, GERMANY
Markus Feiks, U Tuebingen, GERMANY
Jutta Krautter, U Tuebingen, GERMANY
Uta Mueller, U Tuebingen, GERMANY
Respondents
Michael Andreas Etter, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Margaret Ann Brunton, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
B.E.S.T. sessions are "Brief Entertaining Scholarly Talks". In this format, each participant gives a 5 minute, high-energy,
technology-enhanced presentation designed to excite the audience about the research. For the final 30 minutes of the session,
presenters and audience members meet 2 or 3 small breakout groups to discuss ideas stimulated by that set of papers.
4323
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Argos F
The Power of CSR in Times of Crisis
Public Relations
Chair
Piet Verhoeven, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Examining the Effects of CSR Communication in Crises: The Role of Dispositional and Situational CSR Skepticism
Chang-Dae Ham, U of Illinois, USA
Jeesun Kim, Incheon National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Buffering Effects of CSR Reputation in Times of Product-Harm Crisis
Yeonsoo Kim, James Madison U, USA
Chang Wan Woo, James Madison U, USA
Revenge of Cecil the Lion: Credibility in Third-Party Review Sites
Alison N. Novak, Rowan U, USA
The Power of Digital Comments: Case Study of Tesla Fire Crises
Anna Kochigina, U of Oklahoma, USA
Katerina Tsetsura, U of Oklahoma, USA
Explicating Corporate Social Responsibility: Defining CSR and Suggesting Theoretical Modes for Inquiry
Nicholas Browning, Indiana U, USA
Respondent
Kate Delmo, U of Technology Sydney, AUSTRALIA
4324
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Navis A
Disrupting Journalism: Challenging Key Concepts in Journalism Studies
Journalism Studies
Chair
Henrik Bodker, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Participants
Entrepreneurial Journalism Studies: Understanding Disruption to Norms, Roles, and Economic Structures
Jane B. Singer, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Does Reddit Afford Ethical Journalism?
Jack Jamieson, U of Toronto, CANADA
Challenging the Citizen-Consumer Dichotomy: A News Content Analysis of Audience Approaches in Chilean Journalism
Claudia Mellado, Pontificia U Católica de Valparaiso, CHILE
Arjen van Dalen, U of Southern Denmark, Centre for Journalism, DENMARK
Boundaries, Aggregation, and Journalistic Authority: The Case of BuzzFeed and Gawker
Konstantin Valerievich Toropin, U of Minnesota, USA
Journalism's Fortune Tellers: Constructing the Future of News
Wilson Hugh Lowrey, U of Alabama, USA
Zhou Shan, U of Alabama, USA
4325
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Navis B
Social Network Studies in Health Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Weirui Wang, Florida International U, USA
Participants
Effects of Community-Level Economic and Medical Resources on Individual-Level Relationship Between Social Network and
Health
Ahra Cho, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yong-Chan Kim, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Eui-Kyung Shin, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Ji-Min Park, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Evaluating a Norms-Based Abuse Prevention Campaign Targeted to Members of Fraternities and Sororities
Erica Weintraub Austin, Washington State U, USA
Bruce Pinkleton, Washington State U, USA
Stacey J. T. Hust, Washington State U, USA
Jason D. Wheeler, Washington State U, USA
Network Structure and Received Social Support in an Online Health Social Network
Jingbo Meng, Michigan State U, USA
Minwoong Chung, Michigan State U, USA
Jeff Cox, Michigan State U, USA
Minyoung Choi, Michigan State U, USA
Shuangqing Liu, Renmin U of China, CHINA
Xiaoya Jiang, Michigan State U, USA
Prostate Cancer-Related Stigma, Age, Weak-Tie Support Preference, Online Support, and Health Outcomes
Camella Rising, George Mason U, USA
Kevin B. Wright, George Mason U, USA
Nadine Bol, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Amelia Burke-Garcia, George Mason U, USA
The Effects of SNS Communication: How Expressing and Receiving Information Predict MERS-Preventive Behavioral Intentions in
South Korea
Woohyun Yoo, Dongguk U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Doo-Hun Choi, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Keeho Park, Nanyang Technological U/Telenor, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yongkuk Chung, Dongguk U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
4326
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Navis C
Drowning in Data: Industry and Academic Approaches to Mixed Methods in “Holistic” Big Data Studies
Communication and Technology
Participants
Scaling Ethnography: Studying Cases with Machine Learning and Interviews on reddit.com
Alex Leavitt, U of Southern California, USA
All Researchers are Mixed-Methodological Researchers: A Provocation
R.Stuart Geiger, U of California-Berkeley, USA
Big Data, Little Data: Scaling Social Science Research on Facebook
Lauren Scissors, Northwestern U, USA
Nicholas Aaron Ross Merola, Northwestern U, USA
Wikipedia: Moving Between the Whole and its Traces
Heather Ford, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
The Proficiency-Congruency Dilemma: Virtual Team Design and Performance in Multiplayer Online Games
Alice Oh, KAIST, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
This panel focuses on sociotechnical systems – social media platforms and online multiplayer games – where researchers can
analyze data from every individual participant. By removing the constraints of data access and sampling, new questions around the
process of using mixed research methodologies can be examined. The panelists will explore processes for observation, interviewing,
surveying, and conducting advanced statistical analysis in concert with or in opposition to each other. When you have hundreds of
millions of data points, where do you start, how do you explore, and why do you end up with a particular set of results? The panel
brings together scholars to speak about their successes and failures working on projects that employ holistic data sources to
understand social behaviors.
4330
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Nire
Power, Privilege, and Erasure: Reflexivity and the (Im)possibilities of Listening to Voices in Health Communication
Research
Health Communication
Participants
Theorizing Power in Health Communication Research
Mohan Jyoti Dutta, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Unpacking Power Through Self-Reflexivity: Researcher Violence on the Bodies of the New Subaltern
Satveer Kaur-Gill, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Confronting My Privilege: Listening, Reflexivity, and the Limits of Solidarity With Participants of a Poverty Project in Singapore
Naomi Tan, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Health, Development and the Ili: Fieldwork, Reflexivity, and Negotiations of/With Power
Dazzelyn Baltazar Zapata, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Interplays of Power When Studying Patient-Provider Communication in the US in Physical Therapy and Among Palliative Care
Patients With Their Families, on Deciding Withdrawal of Care
Rebecca Imes, Carroll U, USA
This panel begins with an understanding that as researchers, we occupy power-laden positions vis-à-vis the communities that we
research, particularly in relationships with communities. We find important entry points to seek out ways to interrogate our own
positionalities, and unmask sites of privilege where we reproduce the politics of representation in our research design. With
reflexivity as a theoretical lens, we engage in critique to unpack our relationships with communities that are disenfranchised,
connecting the micro to macro contexts. This panel seeks to examine the ways in which researchers interrogate their relationships
with the “researched” through their fieldwork, as well as sharing the possibilities and impossibilities of listening to voices of those at
the margins.
4331
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Kusu
Emotion and Information Processing
Communication and Technology
Chair
Nathan Stolero, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Participants
Selective Use of News Cues: A Multiple-Motive Perspective on Information Selection in Social Media Environments
Stephan Winter, U Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Miriam Metzger, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Andrew Flanagin, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
LMFAO! Humor as a Response to Fear: Decomposing Fear Control Within the Extended Parallel Process Model
Eulalia Puig Abril, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Glen Szczypka, Health Media Collaboratory, USA
Sherry L Emery, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA
To Fear or Not to Fear? Understanding the Role of Social Media in Risk Amplification
Yu Jie Ng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Zheng Janet Yang, State U of New York - Buffalo, USA
Arun Vishwanath, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
What’s in a Username? Civility, Group Identification, and Norms
Myiah J Hutchens, Washington State U, USA
Jay D. Hmielowski, Washington State U, USA
David Silva, Washington State U, USA
Vincent Cicchirillo, U of Texas, USA
Using Multiplayer Online Battle Arenas to Revisit Social Information Processing Theory
Adam S. Kahn, Western Michigan U, USA
4332
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Kashi
Cross-Cultural studies on Family, Marriage, and Romantic Relationships
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Uttara Manohar, Miami U, USA
Participants
Different or Similar? A Cross-Cultural Examination of Family Communication Patterns, Affection, and Conflicts Styles
Xiaowen Guan, U of St. Thomas, MN, USA
The Influences of Acculturation on Parenting Styles and Family Communication Patterns Among Chinese Mothers in the United
States
Chia-Fang (Sandy) Hsu, U of Wyoming, USA
Zheng Ying, U of Wyoming, USA
Cross-Cultural Validity Tests and Comparisons of the Grandchildren’s Received Affection Scale
Daniel Hans Mansson, Pennslyvania State U, - Hazleton, USA
Frantisek Marko, Pennslyvania State U, - Hazleton, USA
Katarina Bachrata, U of Zilina, SLOVAKIA
Zuzana Daniskova, Trnava U, SLOVAKIA
Jaroslava Gajdosikova-Zeleiova, Trnava U, SLOVAKIA
Vladimir Janis, Matej Bel U, SLOVAKIA
Anatolii Sharov, Omsk State Pedagogical U, SLOVAKIA
Examining Cultural and Gender Similarities and Differences in Value of Communication Skills in Romantic Relationships
Ildo Kim, U of California, Davis, USA
Bingqing Wang, U of California, Davis, USA
JooYoung Jang, U of California Davis, USA
Bo Feng, U of California, Davis, USA
I am in China, but I am OK with Marrying an American in the Future: Globalization-Based Acculturation and Chinese’ Attitude
Towards Intercultural Marriage
Qingqing Hu, Arizona State U, USA
Peng Pan, Arizona Sate U, USA
Xiaochun Chen, Southwest U of Political Science and Law, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xiaoqin Liu, Chongqing Technology and Business U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Ting Yang, Southwest U of Political ScienceandLaw, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Exposure to TV Dramas From Different Regions and Its Association With Love Styles
Zerui Liang, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xigen Li, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
4333
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Kaede
Communicating Nature, Sustainability, and Environmental Issues Using Online Media Channels
Environmental Communication
Chair
Susan L. Jacobson, Florida International U, USA
Participants
Alliance of Antagonism: Counterpublics and Polarisation in the German-Language Online Climate Change Discourse
Jonas Kaiser, Zeppelin U, GERMANY
Cornelius Puschmann, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, GERMANY
Organically Modified News Networks: Gatekeeping in Social Media Coverage of Genetically Modified Organisms
Jacob Groshek, Boston U, USA
4340
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Rigel
A BRICS Internet: ‘Balkanizing’ or Broadening the Digital Discourse?
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Daya Thussu, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
‘Digital India’: The Hype and the Hope
Daya Thussu, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
China’s Internet as a Crossroads
Guobin Yang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Runet as ‘Internet of Content’
Elena Vartanova, Lomonosov Moscow State U, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
ICT adoption by Brazilian Social Scientists: The Impact of e-Research in Emerging Economies
Carlos Arcila Calderón, U del Norte, COLOMBIA
Fernando Oliveira Paulino, U of Brasilia, BRAZIL
Social Media in a Bifurcated Public Sphere: The Internet and Society in South Africa
Herman Wasserman, U of Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA
Respondent
Colin Sparks, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
This panel will examine the growing visibility and influence of the Internet-related communication emanating from the BRICS
(Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) nations, reflecting their growing economic power, and how this might affect the
global digital communication. The panel suggests that in a dynamic and digitized 24/7 multi-media age, multilingual communication
flows are increasing, in which the BRICS countries play a key role. What implications will such digital connectivity have for global
news flows, information and communication agendas and for the battle for hearts and minds – intra-BRICS and beyond? As the
world becomes increasingly mobile, networked and digitised, will such media flows Balkanize the Internet or will they contribute to
broadening the global digital discourse?
4341
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Vega
Media, Sex, and Porn (TOP FACULTY PAPER)
Mass Communication
Chair
Jodi L. Whitaker, U of Arizona, USA
Participants
A Longitudinal Study on Exposure to Sexually Explicit Internet Material and Adolescents’ Sexual Performance Orientation
Laura P. Vandenbosch, U of Leuven / U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Johanna M.F. van Oosten, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jochen Peter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Different Domains of Disgust Differentially Predict the Perceived Negative Influence of—and Support of Censoring—Hate Speech
and Pornography
Jinguang Zhang, U of Hawaii, USA
Sex Without Love? Commitment, Intimacy, and Passion in Popular Pornographic Internet Videos
Marleen Johanna Elisabeth Klaassen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jochen Peter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sexual Script in Online Sexual Explicit Materials: A Social Network Analysis
Yanyan Zhou, Indiana U Bloomington, USA
Vincent Malic, Indiana U Bloomington, USA
4342
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Kiku
Women, Politics, and Power: Framing Them and Articulating Me
Feminist Scholarship
Participants
Politics as Usual? Gender, the Internet Party and the 2014 New Zealand General Election
Valentina Cardo, U of Auckland Dept of Film, TV and Media Studies, NEW ZEALAND
The Power of Resurrection?* The ‘Crusher Collins’ Comeback
Susan Fountaine, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
Margie Comrie, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
“A Mixture of Elegant Feminine Charm and Steel”: Gendering Political Leadership in the British Press
Emily Harmer, Loughborough U, UNITED KINGDOM
Speaking in Our Own Voice: Women, Twitter, and the British General Election 2015
Karen Ross, Northumbria U, UNITED KINGDOM
Tobias Burger, Northumbria U, UNITED KINGDOM
Love and War: Metaphors, Gender and Power in News Coverage of Women Prime Ministers
Linda Trimble, U, CANADA
Despite the very real advances women have made in the political sphere over the past couple of decades, their presence and
representation in mainstream media remains troubling. Despite this current decade seeing more women prime ministers and
presidents than ever before and the prospect of seeing the US elect its first woman president, most parts of the media still refuse to
acknowledge the political power women wield. On the other hand, women themselves are wresting some control over their
representation and using both social and softer media to re-present themselves as they wish. This panel brings together five papers
which all focus on the central relationship of women/politics/power but do so with different emphases in terms of medium and
status.
4343
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Ran
Messaging Apps And Mobile Social Media (High-Density Session)
Mobile Communication
Chair
Katy Elizabeth Pearce, U of Washington, USA
Participants
From “Connected Presence” to “Panoptic Presence”: Reframing the Parent-Child Relationship on Mobile Instant Messaging Uses
Under the Chinese Translocal Context
Qian Yu, Washington State U, USA
Peiying HUANG, The Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Liming Liu, Communication U of China, CHINA
Opportunities to Communicate With Power via Twitter: Content Analysis Findings About Gender-Based Violence in India
Tilly Ann Gurman, Johns Hopkins U, USA
Catherine Nichols, George Washington U, USA
Elyssa Greenberg, George Washington U, USA
Self-Disclosure Among Chinese Nationals on WeChat: Examining the Role of Motives of WeChat Uses and Gender
Yashu Chen, Arizona Sate U, USA
The Adoption and Use of Mobile Instant Messenger Among Middle-Aged Residents in Urban China
Hanyun Huang, Xiamen U, CHINA
Xiwen Zhang, Xiamen U, CHINA
What Affects Hispanic Consumers to Adopt Mobile Social Media in the US?
Kenneth C. C. Yang, U of Texas - El Paso, USA
Yowei Kang, Kainan U, TAIWAN
Microcoordination 2.0: Social Coordination in the Age of Smartphones and Messaging Apps
Rich Ling, Nanyang Technological U/Telenor, SINGAPORE
Chih-Hui Lai, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
4345
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Sumire
Political Discussion and Deliberation: Theoretical and Methodological Issues
Political Communication
Chair
Weiyu Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Participants
A Conditional Model of Political Discussion: Anger, Informal Political Talk, and the Perceived Opinion Climate
David Nicolas Hopmann, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Sebastian Valenzuela, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Deliberation Across a “Space of Reasons”: A Study About the Use of Media Arguments on Divided Groups
Rousiley Celi Moreira Maia, Federal U of Minas Gerais, BRAZIL
Danila Gentil Rodriguez Cal, U of Amazonia (Unama), BRAZIL
Vanessa Veiga de Oliveira, Federal U of Minas Gerais, BRAZIL
Gabriela Hauber, Federal U of Minas Gerais, BRAZIL
Patrícia Gonçalves Conceição Rossini, Federal U of Minas Gerais, BRAZIL
Rafael Cardoso Sampaio, Federal U of Minas Gerais, BRAZIL
Deliberation and Collective Decisions: Individual Changes in Structuring Single-Peaked Preferences in Deliberative Polls
Rui Wang, Stanford U, CHINA
Christian List, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Robert Luskin, U of Texas, USA
James S. Fishkin, Stanford U, USA
Measuring Political Thinking: Development and Validation of a Scale for “Deliberation Within”
Carina Weinmann, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
4346
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Koh
The Urban as an Emergent Key Concept for Media Theory
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Scott Rodgers, Birkbeck, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Theorizing Media Under Planetary Urbanization
Scott Rodgers, Birkbeck, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Back to the City: Confronting the Next Generation of Media Studies
Zlatan Krajima, U of Zagreb - Faculty of Political Science , Journalism Department, CROATIA
Mediatization and the Urban: A Cultural Materialist Perspective
Andre Jansson, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
A Visual-Material Approach to the City: The Urban Built Environment as a Key Form/Force of Mediation and Mediatization
Giorgia Aiello, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Media/Urbanism
Eric Gordon, Emerson College, USA
Urban Media Studies or Media Urban Studies?
Myria Georgiou, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants in this roundtable will discuss, question and perhaps explain the oscillation between ambiguousness and certainty in the
use of the urban for theorizing media. This means, first, questioning how media theorists and researchers define the urban. Is it
simply places above a certain density or population threshold, and thereby not rural? Or might urbanism be defined in more
relational terms, as networked, globalized assemblages? Second, it means questioning what might be at stake for media theory in
invoking the urban. Is it just another fashionable academic concept for theorizing media, soon to be superseded? Or, does it offer a
new way of thinking about the mediated worlds we inhabit, with potentially far reaching implications?
4347
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Yoh
K-Pop as a Trans/National Project
Popular Communication
Chair
Hye Jin Lee, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
Transcultural Strategy for Trendy Popular Culture: K-Pop and the Industry Behind It
Choonghee Han, Hope College, USA
The Ethos of Collective Moralism: The Korean Cultural Identity of K-Pop
Sujeong Kim, Chungnam National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Making a “Comeback”: Teasing the Audience as a Conventional K-pop Industry Practice
Matt Taylor, U of Southern California, USA
Hye Jin Lee, U of Southern California, USA
K-pop Dance Trackers and Cover Dancers: Social Media, Global Cosmopolitanism and Local Spatialization
Kai Khiun Liew, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Even before the phenomenal success of Psy’s “Gangnam Style” in 2012, K-pop artists such as BoA, Wonder Girls, and Girls’
Generation have attempted to penetrate the US market only to receive lukewarm response from the American audience. After the
continuous failure of K-pop’s biggest stars in taking over the U.S. market, Psy’s record-breaking success brought great delight and
national pride to the Korean public and media. This panel engages with the questions of Kpop’s identity, particularly as a culturally
hybridized popular culture, in which its “local” and “national” identity and practices intersect with global forces in imagining K-pop
as a global cultural product.
4348
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Kei
Interpersonal Communication and Health
Interpersonal Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Timothy R. Levine, U of Alabama - Birmingham, USA
Participants
Capitalizing on Teachable Moments for Healthy Eating and Diabetes Prevention Among Low-Income Central American Immigrants
Katherine Lee, Johns Hopkins U, USA
Douglas Storey, Johns Hopkins U, USA
Depression, Help-Seeking Perceptions, and Perceived Family Functioning Among Spanish-Dominant Hispanics and Non-Hispanic
Whites
Amanda Keeler, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Jason T Siegel, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Pathway Linking Patient-Centered Communication to Emotional Well-Being: Taking Into Account Patient Satisfaction and Emotion
Management
Shaohai Jiang, Texas A&M U, USA
Sharing Health Content: Measurement Validation in the Context of Tobacco and E-Cigarette Behaviors
Michelle Jeong, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Understanding Interpersonal Communication and its Effects on Adolescents’ Binge-Drinking Determinants
Elroy Boers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
4349
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Board Room
Top Student Papers in ERIC
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Soumia Bardhan, Kansas State U, USA
Participants
Emerging Syrian Media and the Framing of Sectarianism in the Syrian Conflict
Yazan Badran, Vrije U Brussels, BELGIUM
Resisting Feminisms: Africana Womanism Versus African Feminism
Lindani Mbunyuza-Memani, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
The Myth of Colorblindness
Matthew Giles, U of California - Santa Barbara
The “Failure” of Multiculturalism as Reported by the European Online Press: A Study on the Manifestation of Othering Discourses
Shomik Chakrabarti, U of South Florida, USA
4352
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Hagi
Perceptions and Effects of Messages: Group-Based Identity in Media, Mediated, and Health Communication
Intergroup Communication
Chair
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Texas A&M U, USA
Participants
How News Media Influence Prejudice Against Immigrants: The Role of Perceived Morality and Moral Emotions
Coen Wirtz, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Intergroup Dialogue, Group Power, and Social Media: Computer-Mediated Communication Between Israeli Jews and Palestinians
Yiftach Ron, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Reciprocal Effects Among Right-Wing Extremists
Katharina Neumann, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Narin Karadas, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Philip Baugut, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Multiple-Source Hate Tweets and Unhealthy Food Choice: The Buffering Role of Group Identification
Roselyn J. Lee-Won, Ohio State U, USA
Ji Young Lee, West Virginia U, USA
Tiffany Nichole White, Ohio State U, USA
Exploring the Intergroup Dimensions of Health Campaigns: Identity as a Framework for Developing Effective Messages for
Medically Underserved Audiences
Janice Krieger, U of Florida, USA
Alyssa Jaisle, U of Florida, USA
Dorothy Hagmajer, U of Florida, USA
Kimberly Case, U of Florida, USA
J. Robyn Goodman, U of Florida, USA
Betsy Shenkman, U of Florida, USA
4353
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Fuji
4354
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Sakura
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Queer Studies Business Meeting
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Meet the Editors of ICA Publication
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Elisia L. Cohen, U of Kentucky, USA
Participants
Silvio R. Waisbord, George Washington U, USA
John A. Courtright, U of Delaware, USA
Radhika E. Parameswaran, Indiana U, USA
S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Karin Gwinn Wilkins, U of Texas, USA
David R. Ewoldsen, Michigan State U, USA
Michael J. West, International Communication Association, US
This panel provides the ICA membership the opportunity to meet the editors of ICA's journals. This session is devoted to answering
and addressing issues you may have about specific ICA publications.
4360
Saturday
11:00-12:15
Olive
Election Debates: Exposure and Effects
Political Communication
Chair
Lance Holbert, Temple U, USA
Participants
A Window Into Opinion Formation During Presidential Debates: Mediating Roles of Real-Time Evaluation and Involvement in the
Process of Partisan Reinforcement
Yoomin Lee, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Young Min, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Frank Biocca, Syracuse U, USA
Critical Incident Analysis of Presidential Debates
Erik P. Bucy, Texas Tech U, USA
Shawn Hughes, Lubbock Christian U, USA
Dual Screening During Presidential Debates: Political Nonverbals and Volume and Valence of Online Expression
Dhavan Shah, U of Wisconsin, USA
Alex Hanna, U of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Erik P. Bucy, Texas Tech U, USA
David Lassen, U of Wisconsin, USA
Jack Thomme, U of Wisconsin, USA
Kristen Bialik, U of Wisconsin, USA
JungHwan Yang, U of Wisconsin, USA
Jon Pevehouse, U of Wisconsin, USA
Engaging to Influence: Why People Dual Screen Leaders Debates
Ben O'Loughlin, Royal Holloway, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Cristian Vaccari, Royal Holloway, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Andrew Chadwick, Royal Holloway, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
The Influence of ‘Social Viewing’ on Televised Debate Viewers’ Candidate Evaluation: Bandwagon or Underdog Effects?
Kyu S. Hahn, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hye-Yon Lee, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Seyong Ha, U of Toronto, CANADA
Seulgi Jang, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Joonhwan Lee, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
4420
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Argos C
Media’s Impact on Key Actors in Violent Conflicts
Theme Sessions
Chair
Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Participants
Escalation/Pacification of Vviolent Conflicts: The Role of Media on European Parliamentary Debates
Rosa Berganza, ACOP - Asociacion de Comunicacion Politica, SPAIN
Carlos Arcila Calderon, U Rey Juan Carlos, SPAIN
Cristina López Navaz, U Rey Juan Carlos, SPAIN
Beatriz Herrero, U Rey Juan Carlos, SPAIN
Adolfo Carratala, U of Valencia, SPAIN
Salvador Perelló, U King Juan Carlos, SPAIN
Eva Lavín, U Camilo José Cela, SPAIN
Pedro Echavarría, U Complutense de Madrid, SPAIN
Relations and Interactions Between Journalists From Two Sides of a Conflict
Yonatan Gonen, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Abit Hoxha, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Distributed, Discussed, or Discredited? Media Reflections in NGO Publication
Marc Christian Wilhelm Jungblut, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Technological Narratives and Arab-Western Relations
Omar Al-Ghazzi, U of Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM
Respondent
Thomas Hanitzsch, LMU Munich, GERMANY
Media’s performance in violent conflicts is of great interest in communication science. To analyze media’s potential impact on
violent events, this panel focuses on the analysis of important question such as: How does the media communicate with power(ful)
actors involved in violent conflicts? Can news reports contribute to escalation and de-escalation processes? What is the role of social
media in the power struggle between elites and media?
4421
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Argos D
Advertising and Branding
Information Systems
Chair
Jacqueline Hitchon, U of Illinois, USA
Participants
Advertising Strategies for Hedonic vs. Utilitarian Brands: The Risk of Omitting Warmth or Competence Dimension
Christina V. Peter, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Milan Ponzi, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Making a Name on Social Media: How Advertising With a Human Name Affects Product Attitudes in the Context of Electronic
Word of Mouth
Lotte Michaela Willemsen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Daniel G. Muntinga, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Marjo Van den Akker, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Does Sharing Matter? How Message, Sender, and Receiver Characteristics Influence Brand Attitudes on Social Media
Theo Araujo, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Consumer Engagement With Video Advertisement on Social Media
Jing Yang, Michigan State U, USA
Xiaoyu Zhao, Michigan State U, USA
The Mediating Effects of Presumed Influences on Taiwanese Consumers’ Skepticism Toward Celebrity Endorsed Advertising
Po-Lin Pan, Arkansas State U, USA
Juan Meng, U of Georgia, USA
Pei-Ling Lee, Shih Hsin U, TAIWAN
How Long Does Celebrity Meaning Transfer Last? Delayed Effects and the Moderating Roles of Brand Familiarity, Celebrity
Liking, and Age
Johannes Knoll, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Jorg Matthes, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Andrea Münch, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Migena Ostermann, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
The Arrogance Effect: Being Competent But Not Warm Deteriorates Brands’ Potential to Acquire Consumers’ Online Brand
Engagement
Stefan F. Bernritter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Theo Araujo, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Understanding the New Carrier of Brand Information: A Content Analysis of Brand-Selfies on Instagram
Jung-Ah Lee, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sukyung Kang, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Qiaoxi Jin, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Il-Seog Oh, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Taeyoung Kim, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sejung Marina Choi, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yongjun Sung, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
4422
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Argos E
Children’s and Young People’s Rights in the Digital Age (High Density Panel)
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
A Networked Self: Tracing Young People’s Data, Agency, and Freedom via a Capability Approach
Teresa Swist, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Philippa Collin, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Children’s Views on Their Rights in the Digital Age: A Download From Children Around the World
Amanda Third, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Delphine Bellerose, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Emma Keltie, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Kari Pihl, Western Sydney U, AUSTRALIA
Landscaping the Internet: Comparing US, South African and European policy approaches to protecting children online
Brian O'Neill, Dublin Institute of Technology, IRELAND
Patrick Burton, Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention, SOUTH AFRICA
Elisabeth Staksrud, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Monica E. Bulger, Harvard U, USA
Children, Youth, and Digital Media in the Global South
Neha Kumar, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Global Kids Online: Researching Children′s Rights in a Global Digital Age
Mariya Stoilova, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Jasmina Byrne, UNICEF Office of Research, UNITED KINGDOM
Daniel Kardefelt-Winther, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Digital Rights and the Social Web: Issues and Prospects for Children and Adoptive Families
Piermarco Aroldi, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, ITALY
Nicoletta Vittadini, Catholic U of the Sacred Heart, ITALY
Competing Constructions of Children’s Agency and Rights in the Australian Internet Filtering Debate
Caroline Keen, U of Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
Alan France, U of Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
Surveillance and the Education of Children and Young People: Communications, Autonomy, and Privacy Issues
Jo Ann Oravec, U of Wisconsin, USA
“I Guess I Can Be Myself There, Instead”: U.S. Teens’ Media Migrations Within Adolescent Marginality
Aimee N. Rickman, California State U, Fresno, USA
From Textbook to E-Textbook: Challenges to Law and Policy
Yoni Har Carmel, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
This panel asks: How does a consideration of children compel a wider re-examination of the concepts both of the digital and of
human rights? Since 1989, despite the emergence of significant literatures examining a) children’s rights and b) children’s digital
practices, children’s rights in the digital age have yet to receive sustained attention. This panel unpacks the ways digital media are
impacting –positively and negatively – children’s rights today, and reflects on the ways that children’s rights might provide a
meaningful counterpoint from which to consider the role of ‘the digital’ in advancing human rights more broadly. It discusses the
ways in which children’s rights – indeed rights generally – are being reconfigured by the uptake of digital networked technologies
around the world.
4423
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Argos F
How is Knowledge Coproduced in Dialogue Through the Harnessing of “Difference”? Investigating Dynamics of Inclusion
and Exclusion in the “Co” of Coproduction
Organizational Communication
Chair
Louise Phillips, U of Roskilde, DENMARK
Participants
Reflexivity in Narratives on Practice
Helle Nordentoft, U of Åarhus, DENMARK
Birgitte Olesen, U of Roskilde, DENMARK
Students as Active Codesigners in an Online Learning Environment
Jørgen Nielsen, Roskilde U, DENMARK
Coconstructing Knowledge Through NGO-Driven Circle Work: A Venue for Rearticulating North-South Development?
Jonas Agerbaek, Roskilde U, DENMARK
Coproducing Knowledge Through Dialogue in an Interdisciplinary Team in “Person-Centred” Care for People With Dementia:
Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion
Louise Phillips, U of Roskilde, DENMARK
This panel is about the “dialogic turn” in the production and communication of knowledge, a general societal tendency in which
practices of cocreation are widespread across diverse fields of social practice as a means of generating knowledge, often with a view
to practice change. In the dialogic turn, communication is configured as dialogue in which multiple social actors co-produce
knowledge collaboratively across multiple knowledge forms and knowledge interests. Participants in dialogue, it is claimed, are
empowered as self-directed colearners, coresearchers, or coproducers of knowledge, as opposed to clients, informants, consumers,
students or target groups. According to dialogic ideals, expert knowledge is democratized as multiple ways of knowing are
recognized as legitimate.
4424
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Navis A
Algorithms, Power, and Accountability in Journalism
Journalism Studies
Chair
Valerie Belair-Gagnon, Yale U, USA
Participants
Dealing With Digital Intermediaries: A Comparative Analysis of News Organizations’ Different Responses to the Rise of Search
and Social Media
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Sarah Anne Ganter, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
The Role of Google and Search Engine Optimization in French News Production and Distribution
Guillaume Sire, Institut Français de Presse / U Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, FRANCE
News Algorithms and Journalistic Authority
Matt Carlson, Saint Louis U, USA
Algorithmic Transparency Under the Freedom of Information Act
Katherine Fink, Pace U, USA
Beyond the Black Box: The Failures of Algorithmic Transparency
Mike Joseph Ananny, U of Southern California, USA
Kate Crawford, U of New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
Respondent
Seth C. Lewis, U of Oregon, USA
Digital intermediaries, like search engines and social media, are increasingly important for the production, dissemination, and
definition of news. Their rise simultaneously present citizens, journalists, political actors, and news media with new opportunities
and new challenges, and are accompanied by important questions concerning algorithmic power and accountability. These issues
calls for academic analysis and inter-disciplinary scrutiny, especially from journalism, media, and communications scholars. This
panel brings together empirical analysis from a range of different countries and cases. It examines the relationship between digital
intermediaries and journalism with an emphasis on how the intermediary-journalist relationship influences the connection between
communication and power in a digital media environment.
4425
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Navis B
Emotions in Health Narratives: Methods, Processes, and Interventions
Health Communication
Participants
In the Mood to be Transported: Mood Effects on Transportation and Persuasion for Narrative and Rhetorical Health Messages
Enny Henrica Das, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Narrative Insights Into Prevention Behavior: The Effect of Experience-Focused Narratives, Outcomes Frames and Discrete
Emotions on Preventive Intentions
Anja Kalch, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Helena Bilandzic, Augsburg U, GERMANY
The Role of Event-Congruent Emotions in Narrative Persuasion
Markus Appel, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Constanze Schreiner, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Maj-Britt Isberner, U of Kassel, GERMANY
Tobias Richter, U of Kassel, GERMANY
New Methods in Narrative Persuasion
Paul David Bolls, U of Missouri, USA
Narrative Methods in Research and Interventions on Cyberbullying
Heidi Vandebosch, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Narratives (stories) have rich potential to communicate with power, i.e., to persuade resistant or difficult to reach target audiences to
change unhealthy habits and adopt health recommendations. At the same time, research in the past decades has revealed challenges
in grasping the essence of a good narrative. Stories often include a narrative arc (e.g., health problem, conflict, and resolution),
which implies different emotional responses at different points throughout a story (e.g., fear and happiness). Such emotional
variations pose challenges for researchers and practitioners; they are key to the power of a story but also difficult to capture. This
panel will discuss new findings, methods, and interventions that do justice to the role of emotions in health narratives.
4426
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Navis C
Negative Effects of Social Media
Communication and Technology
Chair
Cornelius Puschmann, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, GERMANY
Participants
Modes of Instagram’s Usage and Levels of Narcissism
Penny Trieu, U of Michigan, USA
“Facebocrastination”? Predictors of Using Facebook for Procrastination and its Effects on Students’ Well-Being
Adrian Meier, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Christine E. Meltzer, U Mainz, GERMANY
Leonard Reinecke, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Ostracism in the Online World: Applying the Ostracism Online Paradigm to Investigate Social Media Effects
Frank M. Schneider, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Britta Zwillich, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Melanie Bindl, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Frederic Hopp, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Sabine Reich, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
The Social Media Disorder Scale: Validity and Psychometric Properties
Regina van den Eijnden, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Jeroen S Lemmens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Patti M. Valkenburg, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Exploring the Relationships of Media Multitasking on Screen Device Addiction Among Internet Users in the United States and
Taiwan
Trisha T. C. Lin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Anastasia G Kononova, Michigan State U, USA
Yi-hsuan Chiang, Shih Hsin U, TAIWAN
4430
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Nire
Experimental Message Design in Health
Health Communication
Chair
Amber Kelly Worthington, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Participants
Effects of Graphic Information and Health Consciousness on Improving Knowledge
Jiyoon Lee, U of Minnesota, USA
Sangil Jun, Korean Institute of Environment and Health, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
In-gyun Hwang, National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Myungsil Hwang, National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Increasing Blood Donation Intentions via Valence and Temporal Framing
Ashley Elrick, U of Utah, USA
Ye Sun, U of Utah, USA
Influencing Organ and Tissue Donation: A Replication and Extension
Christina Childs DeWalt, U of Oklahoma, USA
Claude H Miller, U of Oklahoma, USA
The Mediating Role of Temporal Considerations in the Effects of Self-Affirmation on Responses to Organ Donation Messages
Xiao Wang, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Xiaoquan Zhao, George Mason U, USA
The Impact of Inoculation, Message Frames, and Language Variety on Psychological Reactance
Xinzhi Zhang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
4431
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Kusu
Smartphone Studies
Communication and Technology
Chair
Mariek Vanden Abeele, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Participants
Effects of Heuristic Cues on User Perceptions via Location Check-ins: An Approach to the Interplay of Dual Process and
Persuasion Knowledge Models
Hyang-Sook Kim, Towson U, USA
Qian Xu, Elon U, USA
Keunyeong (Karina) Kim, California State U, Dominguez Hills, USA
Spatial Search and Spatial Inequality: Digital Representations Through Locative Media
Jordan H. Frith, U of North Texas, USA
Deprived of Willpower, Smartphone in Hand: The Effect of Ego Depletion on Smartphone Use
Niklas Johannes, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Dian Afina de Vries, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Everyday Imagery: Conceptualizing Users’ Perspectives on Smartphone Cameras and Communication
Chris Peters, Aalborg U, DENMARK
Stuart Allan, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Communication Accommodation Theory in Text Messages: Sex, Liking, and Power as Predictors of Textisms
Aubrie Serena Adams, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Victoria Tsai, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Jai Miles, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Alicia Christiansen, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Jessica Going, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Lori Ta, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
4432
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Kashi
Intergroup Contact, Communication Apprehension, and Cultural Adjustment
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Lily A. Arasaratnam-Smith, Alphacrucis College, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Appraisal Models of Intercultural Communication Apprehension Among Americans Studying Abroad
Rong Ma, U of Maryland, USA
Dale Hample, U of Maryland, USA
Intergroup Contact Theory and Acculturation: The Mediating Roles of Shared Cultural Identity and Individual and Group Levels of
Communication Anxiety
Makiko Imamura, Saint Mary's College of California, USA
Racheal A. Ruble, Iowa State U, USA
Yan Bing Zhang, U of Kansas, USA
Socioeconomic Status of the Minority Groups and Communication Apprehension: An investigation of Kurdistan
Diyako Rahmani, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Do Media Matter? Comparing the Generalization Effect of Intergroup Contact in Face-to-Face Interaction, Text-Based, and VideoBased Computer-Mediated Communication
Bolin CAO, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Wan-Ying Lin, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
International Students’ Communication Accommodation on Facebook and Cross-Cultural Adjustment
Sara Kim, U of Arizona, USA
Margaret J. Pitts, U of Arizona, USA
Predicting International Students’ Social Support and Adjustment
Ying Cheng, Michigan State U, USA
Jingbo Meng, Michigan State U, USA
Shuangqing Liu, Renmin U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
4433
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Kaede
Public Opinion of Environmental Issues and Controversial Science
Environmental Communication
Chair
John C. Besley, Michigan State U, USA
Participants
Perceptions About Scientific Agreement, Trust in Scientists, and the American Public’s Beliefs of Global Warming
Soohee Kim, Stanford U, USA
Jon A. Krosnick, Stanford U, USA
Public Opinion on Nuclear Energy After Fukushima
Silje Theresa T Kristiansen, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Heinz Bonfadelli, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Marko Kovic, ZIPAR, SWITZERLAND
Review: Public Perceptions of Climate Geoengineering
Christopher Cummings, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Sapphire Lin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
First-Person Perception of Environmental Exemplars
Sonny Rosenthal, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Michael Field Dahlstrom, Iowa State U, USA
4440
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Rigel
Panel: Online Entertainment: A New Wave of Media Globalization?
Global Communication and Social Change
Participants
Online Entertainment Media: A New Wave of Media Globalization?
Stuart Duncan Cunningham, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
David Craig, U of Southern California, USA
Digital Media and the Making of Networked Publics in India, 1986-2014
Aswin Punathambekar, U of Michigan, USA
Sriram Mohan, U of Michigan, USA
Professionalising Amateur Practice and Platform Strategies in the Online Video Space in China
Elaine Zhao, U of New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
How Chinese Television Found its Way Out of the Box
Michael Andrew Keane, Curtin U, AUSTRALIA
“Upload Once, Commercialize Everywhere:” Local Talent, YouTube, and Globalization
Patrick Vonderau, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
This panel will consider the phenomena of global online screen entertainment platforms in the context of enduring debates in
communication and media studies concerning media globalization. Versions of ‘weak’ rather than ‘strong’ globalisation have largely
characterised recent discussion. However, a reassessment of this contingent settlement is timely in the light of a new wave of media
globalisation based on what may appear to be the virtually frictionless, near-global reach of major digital content delivery platforms,
pre-eminently YouTube, but also the “parallel universe” of major Chinese platforms YoukuToudo, TenCent, Alibaba, and the
rapidly growing commitment to video entertainment content on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Vine and Periscope. This panel
looks at the scale and significance of the ‘new screen ecology.’
4441
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Vega
Audience Engagement With News (TOP FACULTY PAPER AWARDEE)
Mass Communication
Chair
David D. Perlmutter, Texas Tech U, USA
Participants
Active within Structures: An Integrated Model of Multiplatform Local News Consumption
Tang Tang, The U of Akron, USA
Roger Cooper, Ohio U, USA
Likeminded News Exposure and Affective Polarization: Mediating Effects of Emotional Responses and Political Discussion
Yanqin Lu, Indiana U, USA
Jae Kook Lee, Indiana U, USA
The Value of Sharing: A Neural Model of Self-Related and Social Processing in Value-Based Virality
Christin Scholz, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Elisa Baek, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Matthew Brook O'Donnell, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Emily Falk, U of Pennsylvania, USA
To Share or Not to Share? How Emotional Frames Influence the Sharing of Online News Stories
Theresa Marie de los Santos, Pepperdine U, USA
Robin Nabi, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
4442
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Kiku
Social Media and Technology as New Playgrounds: Hashtags and Beyond
Feminist Scholarship
Participants
If “Diversity” is the Answer, What is the Question? Understanding Diversity Advocacy in Amateur Technology Projects
Christina Dunbar-Hester, U of Southern California, USA
“You Can Start a Movement With a Hashtag”: An Exploration of Student-Led Social Media Activism
Candace P. Parrish, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Rowena Lyn Briones, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Avina Ross, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Tremayne Robertson, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Alyssa Glace, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
DIY Feminism: Making the Personal Political - A Work-in-Progress
Rosemary Clark, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Feminist Uses of Social Media
Stine Eckert, Wayne State U, USA
Linda C. Steiner, U of Maryland, USA
(Still) Making the Personal Political: #YesAllWomen, Digital Feminism, and New Dynamics of Social Change
Bernadette Barker-Plummer, U of San Francisco, USA
4443
Saturday
12:30-15:15
Ran
Extended Session: Let Me Entertain You! Digital Games, Driving Forces, and Experience
Game Studies
Chair
James D. Ivory, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U, USA
Participants
Critical Acclaim and Commercial Success in Mobile Free-to-Play Games
Kati Alha, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Elina Koskinen, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Janne Paavilainen, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Juho Hamari, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Effects of Soundtrack Music on the Gameplay Experience
Christoph Klimmt, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Daniel Possler, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Hendrik Auge, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Anna-Lena Wolf, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Louisa Wanjek, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Effects of Digital Games on Hedonic, Eudaimonic, and Telic Entertainment Experiences
Julian Unkel, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Anna Sophie Kuempel, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Psychological Triggers and Casual Gaming Behaviors
Donghee Yvette Wohn, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Older Adults' Social Connectedness Through Digital Gaming
Yu-Hao Lee, U of Florida, USA
It's My Choice: The Effects of Virtual Moral Decision-Making on Narrative Game Engagement
Arienne Ferchaud, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Mary Beth Oliver, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Loaded With Fun? An Experimental Study Into Enjoyment and Cognitive Load as Determinants of In-Game Advertising Retention
Tine Vyvey, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Elena Nunez Castellar, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Shared Experience and Creation: Motivations for Viewing Game Streaming, Need Satisfaction of Self-Determination, and
Enjoyment
Jih-Hsuan Lin, National Chengchi U, TAIWAN
Chih-An Wan, , TAIWAN
Social Capital in World of Warcraft: The Role of Introversion
Felix Reer, U of Tuebingen, GERMANY
The Effect of Moral Intuitions on Decisions in Video-Game Play: Temporary and Chronic Intuition Accessibility
Ron Tamborini, Michigan State U, USA
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Lindsay S. Hahn, Michigan State U, USA
Brian Klebig, Michigan State U, USA
Clare Grall, Michigan State U, USA
Eric R. Novotny, SUNY - U At Buffalo, USA
Sujay Prabhu, Michigan State U, USA
4445
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Sumire
News Approaches to Election Campaigns and Voting Behavior
Political Communication
Chair
H. Denis Wu, Boston U, USA
Participants
Do Voting Advice Applications Narrow the Digital Divide? A Quasiexperiment
Jasper van de Pol, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Naomi Kamoen, Utrecht U/ Tilburg U, THE NETHERLANDS
Andre Krouwel, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Bregje Holleman, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Predicting U.S. College Students’ Presidential Voting Behavior, Online and Offline Political Participation, and Civic Engagement
Hongwei Yang, Appalachian State U, USA
Jean DeHart, Appalachian State U, USA
Does Poll Coverage Help or Hurt Efforts to Get First-Time Voters Into the Ballot Box?
Sjoerd Stolwijk, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Andreas Schuck, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
News-Seekers, News-Avoiders, and the Mobilizing Effects of Election Campaigns
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
U.S. Political Party Adaptation to Technology-Intensive Campaigning: A Network Analysis of Organizational Affiliation
Daniel Kreiss, U of North Carolina, USA
Adam J. Saffer, U of North Carolina, USA
Kylah Jae Hedding, U of North Carolina, USA
4446
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Koh
Masses, Crowds, Media
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Sharrona Pearl, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Targeted Killing and Pattern-of-Life Analysis. Changing approaches to “the mass” in Contemporary Warfare
Nina Franz, Humboldt U Berlin, GERMANY
The Mob and the Media
Anne Kaun, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Aaron Shapiro, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Rethinking Mass Communication in an Age of Mass Personalisation
Goran Bolin, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Competition, Crowds and Class on Youtube
Fredrik Stiernstedt, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Peter Jakobsson, Beckmans College of Design, SWEDEN
This panel gathers papers that analyse, discuss and seek to explain the resurgence of the category of ”the mass” – and related
concepts such as “mobs” and “crowds” – in contemporary media culture. Political, economic and ecological crises of our time are
transforming the social landscape. One dimension of this is how the mass and the crowd is returning as a subject of heated debate, a
perceived social agent and, at least for some, a meaningful social category. In this panel we analyse the uses (and abuses) of the
concept of the mass in contemporary society, and its relationship to media technologies – digital and analogue, broadcast as well as
personal media.
4447
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Yoh
Mediated Street Life in Unequal Cities
Popular Communication
Global Communication and Social Change
Participants
Moral Geographies of Place: Street Art and Graffiti as Communication of Solidarity
Miyase Christensen, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Boys and Girls on the Networked Streets of Harlem
Jeffrey Lane, Rutgers U, USA
#NeverLacking: Urban violence and Street Efficacy in the Digital Age
Forrest Stuart, U of Chicago, USA
What’s So Great About Conviviality? The Urban Complexities of the Physical and Digital Street
Myria Georgiou, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Community Building and Public Places in the Mediatized City
Andreas Hepp, U of Bremen - ZeMKI, GERMANY
Piet Simon, U of Bremen, GERMANY
Monika Sowinska, U of Bremen, GERMANY
This panel links research in five cities in the global north around street life, inequality, and media. Our purpose is to examine
multiple aspects of inequality through the social life of the street, where city people with different orientations relate to one another
in person and digitally. We investigate inequality through graffiti practices in Stockholm, boy-girl interactions in Harlem (NYC),
neighborliness in multiethnic London, community building in public in Bremen, and gang violence and social media use in Chicago.
These urban contexts all exhibit concentrated but unequally distributed power and constellations of diverse racial, ethnic, and
immigrant populations. The panel provides five urban settings in which to explore these interconnections and to understand the
affordances of media in urban communication.
4448
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Kei
The Power of Crisis Management: Understanding the Role of Public Relations
Public Relations
Chair
Diana Ingenhoff, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Participants
Being Honest in Crisis Communication: The Interplay Between Stealing Thunder, Persuasive Intent, and Brand Attachment
Sang Yeal Lee, West Virginia U, USA
To Be Blamed or To Be Protected During a Government Crisis
Myoung-Gi Chon, Louisiana State U, USA
The Impact of Contextual Factors on Social Mediated Crisis: Revisiting the Concept of “Modifier” in Situational Crisis
Communication Theory
Hui Zhao, Lund U, SWEDEN
TEPCO's Image Repair Strategies and the News Reports on the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident
Tsuyoshi Oshita, Michigan State U, USA
Manufacturing Dissent: Strategic Public Relations and Its Impact on the Climate Change Debate
Mitchell Hobbs, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Respondent
Melanie James, U of Newcastle, AUSTRALIA
4449
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Board Room
Online Behavioral Advertising: An Interdisciplinary Panel About Privacy and Policy
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
What We Know About Consumer Responses to Online Behavioral Advertising
Sophie Carolien Boerman, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Law regarding Online Behavioral Advertising in Europe
Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Law regarding Online Behavioral Advertising in Japan
Itsuko Yamaguchi, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
The Personalization-Privacy Paradox in Marketing Communication
Paul Ketelaar, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Joeri Troost, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Understanding Users' Perceptions About Privacy
Jennifer Romano Bergstrom, Facebook, USA
Corrupt Personalization: Theorizing Adversarial Human-Computer Interaction
Christian Sandvig, U of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Political Advertising Online: Microtargeting in Election Campaigns and What It Means for the Public
Young Mie Kim, U of Wisconsin, USA
This panel focuses on Online Behavioral Advertising (OBA), privacy issues regarding using personal data to personalize advertising,
and the implications for law and policy. The use of OBA is rising. One website visit often leads to receiving tracking cookies of
dozens of companies. However, many people feel that OBA threatens privacy and fairness. Therefore, the development of using
personal data to target advertising has received a lot of attention of regulators, lawmakers, consumer protection organizations, and
scholars. Often, the debate revolves around privacy issues and transparency. This panel aims to contribute to this debate, by bringing
together experts in the field of OBA from all over the world, from different disciplines and fields.
4452
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Hagi
Blue Sky Workshop: The Challenges of Journalism Education in China
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Ruhan Zhao, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Francois Heinderyckx, U Libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM
This workshop aims to bring together scholars willing to exchange experience on how to deal with these structural and contextual
changes in the way we organize journalism research and education. Although the focus of the workshop will be China, participants
from other regions are strongly encouraged to attend so as to better understand what aspects of the transition are specific to China
and how the experience in China can contribute to a better understanding of the challenges and strategies in the broader context.
4453
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Fuji
Current Approaches to Photography's Changing Ontologies
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Paolo Favero, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Participants
Communicating Life as a Piece of Visual Art: Case Study of Photography Application Zuji FotoPlace
Xuan Xie, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Online Identity Practices Within Coercive Networks: The Case of Korean Mobile Instant Messenger KakaoTalk
Steffie Kim, Indiana U, USA
Shifting Codes: Locating the Intersections of the Real and the Virtual Cultures of Photography
Ashwin Nagappa, CEI&AR, TISS, INDIA
Time in Photography: Temporal-Punctum, Chronotope and Digital Aura
Jacob Banuelos, Tecnologico de Monterrey-Campus Ciudad d, MEXICO
Wearable Cameras and the Changing Meaning of Images in a Digital Landscape
Paolo Favero, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
4454
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Sakura
ICA Affiliate Journals: "Communication and Society“ and "Studies in Communication/Media“ - Presentation and Top
Papers
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Ven-Hwei Lo, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Wolfgang Schweiger, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Participants
More Than Proximity and Harmony. Dimensions of the Relationship Between Local Politicians and Journalists in German Cities
Philip Baugut, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Nayla Fawzi, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Carsten E. Reinemann, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Lee, Lap Fung, News Media as the Public Monitor in Social Movements: The Case of the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong.
Francis L. F. Lee, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Communication and Society in Hong Kong, China, and Studies in Communication/Media in Germany are the first two journals
distinguished by the ICA as its affiliate journals. The panel will introduce both open-access journals in regard to their aims, scope,
content, and editorial policies. Scholars from both countries will provide an overview of the academic situation, research activities
and publications in Greater China and Germany/Europe.
4460
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Olive
Digital Communication With Power: Digital Diplomacy and Online Disputes in Northeast Asia
Political Communication
Chair
George A. Barnett, U of California - Davis, USA
Participants
China’s ‘info-web’: How Beijing Governs Online Political Communication About Japan
Florien Schneider, U of Leiden, THE NETHERLANDS
Social Media Diplomacy in Japan
Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki, U of Tsukuba, JAPAN
The “App-Gap” and the New Bipolar World: The Geopolitical Implications of Digital Platforms
Randy Kluver, Texas AandM U, USA
Like or Comment on South Korea: Networked Public Diplomacy Using Facebook
Sejin Park, U of Tennessee, USA
Han Woo Park, YeungNam U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Marc Smith, Social Media Research Foundation, USA
Respondent
George A. Barnett, U of California - Davis, USA
As digital diplomacy initiatives have grown across northeast Asia, both governments and citizen groups are using digital
technologies to build relationships among overseas audiences. These initiatives involve the use of video sharing sites, as well as
online forums, chatrooms, and social media platforms to accuse, resist, or undermine one another, as in the "YouTube Wars," in
which each of these nations post videos to support their claims over disputed islands. This panel will examine the development of
both formal and informal "digital diplomacy" efforts across the northeast Asian region, primarily focused on how the Japanese,
South Korean, and Chinese governments and peoples use digital technologies for geopolitical purposes.
4461
Saturday
12:30-13:45
Sage
Consuming Media
Media Industry Studies
Chair
Philip M. Napoli, Rutgers U, USA
Participants
Second Screening in Latin America: a Window for Added Engagement With TV Industry
Victor Manuel Garcia-Perdomo, U of Texas, USA
Vanessa de Macedo Higgins Joyce, Texas State U, USA
Joseph D. Straubhaar, U of Texas - Austin, USA
Adolfo Rafael Mora, U of Texas, USA
Frenemies: Towards an Ethnography of Audience Engagement With Public Service Television in South Africa
Viola Milton, U of South Africa, SOUTH AFRICA
Understanding the Social in a Postmoviegoing Era of the Multiplex
Lies Van de Vijver, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Audience Currencies in the Age of Big Data
Jacob Nelson, Northwestern U, USA
James G. Webster, Northwestern U, USA
The Competition of Television Ratings: Can New Measurement Break the Monopoly?
Kuo-Feng Tseng, National Chengchi U, TAIWAN
Understanding Multiplatform Media Consumers
Sylvia Chan-Olmsted, U of Florida, USA
Min Xiao, U of Florida, USA
4520
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Argos C
Power From Without: Cultural Labor, Precarity, and the Future of Work Outside Institutions
Theme Sessions
Participants
Writing the Romance: Cultural Production and the Rise of Digital Self-Publishing
Christine Larson, Stanford U, USA
Communication as Power: The Peer Economy as Virtual Workplace
Gina Neff, U of Washington, USA
Beyond Journalism
Mark Deuze, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Emerging Agency in the Chinese Internet Industries
Bingqing Xia, Macau U of Science and Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Respondent
Annette Markham, Umea U, SWEDEN
In keeping with this year’s theme, “Communicating With Power,” this panel reaches across five continents and four industries to
explore power and communication in two senses. First, how do workers outside traditional institutions—often lacking in legal
protections and professional status—communicate with the economic and cultural power represented by the institutions they orbit?
Second, how do these outsiders leverage emerging technologies to communicate powerfully, and effect change in their
circumstances?
4521
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Argos D
Psychophysiological and Neuroscientific Perspectives in Communication
Information Systems
Chair
Satoko Kurita, Mie U, JAPAN
Participants
Primary Biological Appeals in Food Advertisements: Food Cues, Sexual Appeals, and Their Influence on Specific and Generalized
Appetitive Responses
Rachel L. Bailey, Washington State U, USA
Jiawei Liu, Washington State U, USA
Tianjiao Wang, Washington State U, USA
Christopher Kaiser, Washington State U, USA
Relationships Between Neural Patterns During Picture Priming and Creative Thinking During Electronic Brainstorming
Jingjing Han, Indiana U, USA
William Liao, Indiana U, USA
Randall Minas, U of Hawaii, USA
Allan Dennis, Indiana U, USA
Robert F. Potter, Indiana U, USA
How Does Social Endorsement Influence Physiological Arousal? Affective Content as a Moderator
Soo Youn Oh, Stanford U, USA
Soohee Kim, Stanford U, USA
Sharing for the (Social) Self and Others: Neural Mechanisms Driving Broad- and Narrowcasting
Christin Scholz, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Elisa Baek, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Matthew Brook O'Donnell, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Emily Falk, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Neural Mechanisms Associated With Social Influence Predict Social Influence on Driving Risk
Elizabeth C Beard, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Christopher Cascio, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Matthew Brook O'Donnell, U of Pennsylvania, USA
C. Bingham, U of Michigan, USA
Bruce Simons-Morton, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, USA
Anuj Pradhan, U of Michigan, USA
Jean Shope, U of Michigan, USA
Farideh Almani, U of Michigan, USA
Emily Falk, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Breaks in Presence and Psychophysiology: Assessing a Broad Range of Measures in an Ecologically Valid Setting
Benny Liebold, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Michael Brill, Wuerzburg U, GERMANY
Daniel Pietschmann, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Frank Schwab, U Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Peter Ohler, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
When Faces Blur the Uncanny Valley: Physiological and Cognitive Responses to Category Conflict
Jakki Bailey, Stanford U, USA
Examining Characteristics of Personality Measures in Physiological Responses During Emotional Stimuli and Risky Behaviors
Satoko Kurita, Mie U, JAPAN
Hirokata Fukushima, Kansai U, JAPAN
Annie Lang, Indiana U, USA
4522
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Argos E
Revisiting the Controversies: Histories of Communication Study
Communication History
Chair
Susanne Kinnebrock, Augbsurg U, GERMANY
Participants
Drinking Water From Champaign: Sixty Years of Four Theories of the Press
Terhi Rantanen, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Journalism Professors in the German Democratic Republic (GDR): A Collective Biography
Michael Meyen, U Munich, GERMANY
Thomas Wiedemann, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Media as Pharmakon: Revisiting the Bullet Theory
Ghislain Thibault, U of Montreal, CANADA
The Dewey Problem in Communication History: The Michigan Years Revisited
Lana F. Rakow, U of North Dakota, USA
Respondent
Susanne Kinnebrock, Augbsurg U, GERMANY
4523
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Argos F
Public Diplomacy as Communicating With Power: Actors, Practices, and Discourses About Migrants and Refugees
Public Relations
Chairs
Elena Alina Dolea, U of Bucharest, ROMANIA
Diana Ingenhoff, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Participants
Swiss Public Diplomacy as Enactment of “The Will of the People”: Legitimizing the Passing of the “Stop Mass Immigration”
Initiative in February 2014
Diana Ingenhoff, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
“Sorry About the Mess Here in Sweden =(”. Theorising Anti-Immigration Political Advertising as Public Diplomacy
James Pamment, Lund U, SWEDEN
Marja Akerstrom, Lund U, SWEDEN
Public Diplomacy Efforts of the EU and its Member States: Trying to Reach Consensus in Times of Crisis
Alice Srugies, Ilmenau U of Technology, GERMANY
Liane Rothenberger, Technische U Ilmenau, GERMANY
The Rebellion of the Young Child: Romania Says NO to Refugees
Elena Alina Dolea, U of Bucharest, ROMANIA
Respondent
Katerina Tsetsura, U of Oklahoma, USA
4524
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Navis A
Journalism and Social Media
Journalism Studies
Communication and Technology
Chair
Anders Olof Larsson, Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication and Technology, NORWAY
Participants
Journalistic Branding on Twitter: An Exploratory Study of Australian Journalists
Folker Christian Hanusch, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Axel Bruns, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
When Citizens and Journalists Interact on Twitter Effects Over Journalists’ Performance Expectations and Media-Bias Perceptions
Homero Gil de Zuniga, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Trevor H Diehl, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Alberto Ardevol-Abreu, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Sung Woo Yoo, State U of New York - Cortland, USA
”I Shared the News Today, Oh Boy”: News Provision and Engagement on Facebook
Anders Olof Larsson, Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication and Technology, NORWAY
Agenda-Building and Journalists’ Use of Political Tweets: From Information Subsidies to Perceived Influences
Julia Metag, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Adrian Rauchfleisch, U of Zurich - IPMZ, SWITZERLAND
The Varied Effects of Seeing Journalists on Social Media: An Assessment of Self-Disclosure, Perceived Objectivity, and Intention to
Consume
Jayeon (Janey) Lee, Lehigh U, USA
Lance Holbert, Temple U, USA
4525
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Navis B
Antismoking Health Messages
Health Communication
Chair
Bas van den Putte, U of Amsterdam, ASCoR, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Examining the Role of Parasocial Interaction, Metacognition, and Attitude Certainty in Persuasion
Boni Cui, Texas Tech U, USA
Melanie Sarge, Texas Tech U, USA
Ignoring the Opportunity to Smoke: Future Orientation, Parents, and DNA Messages Help Protect At-Risk Adolescents
Amna Al Abri, U of Connecticut, USA
Leslie Snyder, U of Connecticut, USA
The Impact of Controlling Language and Locus of Control on Psychological Reactance and Ad Effectiveness in Health
Communication
Jie Xu, Villanova U, USA
The Effects of Graphic Warning Labels’ Vividness on Message Engagement and Intentions to Quit Smoking
Yotam Ophir, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Emily Brennan, Cancer Council Victoria, AUSTRALIA
Erin K. Maloney, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Joseph N. Cappella, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Too Old to Quit Smoking? Exploring the Roles of Regret and Legacy in Antismoking Persuasion
Jie Zhuang, Michigan State U, USA
Mary Jiang Bresnahan, Michigan State U, USA
Shaojing Sun, Fudan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yi Zhu, Michigan State U, USA
Joshua Charles Nelson, Michigan State U, USA
4526
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Navis C
Virtual Reality, Presence, and the Effects of Technology
Communication and Technology
Chair
Tony Liao, Temple U, USA
Participants
Media are Social Actors: Expanding the CASA Paradigm in the 21st Century
Kun Xu, Temple U, USA
Matthew Lombard, Temple U, USA
Avatar Face Recognition and Self-Presence
young-nam seo, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Younbo Jung, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Doohwang Lee, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Minkyung Kim, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hyobeom Seo, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Chatting With a Machine: Do Anthropomorphic Cues and Message Interactivity Compensate or Violate Expectations?
Eun Go, Western Illinois U, USA
S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State U, USA
The Computer Said I Should: How Does Receiving Advice From a Computer Differ From Receiving Advice From a Human?
Andrew Prahl, U of Wisconsin, USA
Lyn M. Van Swol, U of Wisconsin, USA
4530
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Nire
Studies of Media Effects and Health
Health Communication
Chair
Enny Henrica Das, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Explaining the Mechanisms Underlying the Communication Effects on Public Support for Government Actions to Reduce Health
Disparities and on Personal Activism
Chul-joo Lee, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Xiaoquan Zhao, George Mason U, USA
Cabral A Bigman, U of Illinois, USA
Negative Influence of Exposure to Health Information in Mass Media on Patients’ Beliefs and Medication Regimen Adherence
Heewon Im, U of Minnesota - Twin Cities, USA
Jisu Huh, U of Minnesota, USA
Specifying the Role of Threat and Efficacy Within the Extended Parallel Process Model
Alexander Ort, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Andreas M. Fahr, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
The Influence of Chronic and Temporary Accessibility on Food Risk Perception
Heewon Cha, Ewha Womans U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jungeun Yang, Pyeongtaek U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Soojin Kim, Ewha Womans U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Potential of Recovery Perspectives for Destigmatization
Alexander Roehm, TU Dortmund U, GERMANY
Matthias R. Hastall, TU Dortmund U, GERMANY
Ute Ritterfeld, TU Dortmund U, GERMANY
4531
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Kusu
Loneliness and Displacement on the Internet
Communication and Technology
Chair
Erin Spottswood, Portland State U, USA
Participants
Smartphone-Mediated Communication vs. Face-to-Face Interaction as Ways to Cope With Loneliness: Comparison of Two Routes
Leading to Perceived Social Support and Problematic Smartphone Use
Jung-Hyun Kim, Sogang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Effects of Seniors' Smart Mobile Divide on Ego Integrity, Mediated by Loneliness
Kisun Kim, Bowling Green State U, USA
Displacement or Reinforcement? The Reciprocity of FtF, IM, and SNS Communication and Their Effects on Loneliness and Life
Satisfaction
Tobias Dienlin, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Philipp K. Masur, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Sabine Trepte, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
An Examination of Functional Difficulties From Internet Use: Displacement and Media Habit Theory Explanations
Robert Shota Tokunaga, U of Hawai'i, USA
4532
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Kashi
Using G/local Strategies Research for Change
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Trudy Milburn, Taskstream, USA
Participants
Change as the Way
Saskia Witteborn, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
News and Media Strategies of Bhutan’s Cell Phone Generation
Dorji Wangchuk, Royal Thimphu College, Bhutan, BURUNDI
Cell Phone Repairs in Macao’s Mixed Linguistic Environment
Todd L. Sandel, U of Macau, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Implementing Local Strategies Research Practices to Connect On-Line Culture Training with On-the-Ground Application in the U.S.
Marine Corps
Lauren Mackenzie, Bloomsburg U of Pennsylvania, USA
Plans v. Situated Actions in an Online Networking Platform: How Users Navigate the (Effective) Use of LinkedIn
Tabitha Hart, San Jose State U, USA.
4533
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Kaede
Social Media Law in the Global 21st Century: An International and Comparative Perspective
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Kyu Ho Youm, U of Oregon, USA
Participants
Social Media Law In Australia—Some Parallels And Differences
Mark Pearson, Griffith U, AUSTRALIA
Social Media Law In South Korea: Reconciling Free Speech With National Security And Social Values
Ahran Park, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Social Media Law: The U.S. Versus The World
Eric Robinson, Louisiana State U, USA
Social Media Law In The U.K.: Legal Gatekeeping, Self-Lawyering And Information Flow
Judith Townend, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
4540
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Rigel
China and Russia: Communication and Power in Non-Western Societies
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Daniela Stockmann, Leiden U, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Online Deliberation in China: Who Voices Opinions in Chinese Cyberspace?
Ting Luo, Leiden U, THE NETHERLANDS
Daniela Stockmann, Leiden U, THE NETHERLANDS
A New Internet World, A Neo-Authoritarian Model of Internet Governance: A Chinese Perspective
Min Jiang, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
Rewiring Authoritarianism: Internet Regulation and Political Control in Putin’s Russia
Jackie Kerr, Georgetown U, USA
Comparing Official Discourses on the Media and Politics in China and Russia
Bingchun Meng, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Florian Toepfl, Free U of Berlin, GERMANY
Critical Journalists and the State in China and Russia
Maria Repnikova, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Respondents
Bingchun Meng, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Maria Repnikova, U of Pennsylvania, USA
This panel represents a pioneering attempt at seriously distilling and comparing media and communication in Russia and China.
Taking another step in the direction of de-Westernizing media studies and moving beyond the meta-level analysis of systems
towards illuminating a multifaceted process of media-state relations, the panel not only presents new empirical studies but also a
strong theoretical ambition that moves beyond the status quo of comparative research.
4541
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Vega
Media-Related Health Communication Research (TOP FACULTY AND STUDENT PAPER)
Mass Communication
Chair
Shawnika Jeanine Hull, George Washington U, USA
Participants
A Comparison of Disease Burden and News Coverage of Cancer in China
Jie Wang, Fudan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Hua Fu, Fudan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Paul Crawford, U of Nottingham, UNITED KINGDOM
Dispelling Fears and Myths of Organ Donation: How Narratives Including Information Reduce Ambivalence and Reactance
Freya Sukalla, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Anna Wagner, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Isabel Rackow, U of Augsburg, GERMANY
Health Literacy and the Internet: An Exploratory Study With Implications for Theory and Practice
Shaohai Jiang, Texas A&M U, USA
Christopher E. Beaudoin, Texas A&M U, USA
Media Exposure and Protective Behavior During a Public-Health Emergency
Xigen Li, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
4542
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Kiku
The Power of Emotion on College Student Learning and Success: Embracing Opportunities to Enhance Instructional
Practices
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Chair
Jason Martin, U of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
Participants
Enhancing Instructional Practices through Social Support: Exploring Message Types and Effectiveness on Student Academic
Emotion and Success
Moyi Jia, Monmouth U, USA
Li Li, U of Wyoming at Casper, USA
Jose Maldonado, Monmouth U, USA
The Role of Affectionate Communication on International College Students’ Friendship Satisfaction in the U.S.
Yanqin Liu, Arizona Sate U, USA
Use of Emotional Language in Medical Student Encounters with Standardized Patie
Lindsay Neuberger, U of Central Florida, USA
Daniel Topping, U of Central Florida, USA
Sofia Hsu, U of Central Florida, USA
Sabrina Ghim, U of Central Florida, USA
Erica Landis, U of Central Florida, USA
How do I Feel About This? Examining the Emotional Nature of Students’ Academic and Personal Lives Throughout the First-Year
Experience
Jason Martin, U of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
Instructor Support of Student Emotional Expression: A Cooperative-Experiential Health Campaigns Project
Andrew Craig Tollison, Merrimack College, USA
Jacob Stephen Turner, Merrimack College, USA
Emotional Quotient: The Power of Emotion and Communication Relating to College Student Learning and Success
Jim Towns, Stephen F. Austin U, USA
Strategies for Reducing Negative Emotional Reactions to International Teaching Assistants in U.S. College Classrooms
Esther Yook, George Mason U, USA
This panel seeks to proactively address concerns related to mental and emotional challenges that might arise in different stages and
arenas of undergraduate and graduate students’ lives, as well as productive ways of coping with them. The discussion provides
academic as well as practical support for both teachers and students on a journey of possibly being excited, fulfilled, stressful, or
daunting. Our panel will discuss active efforts to enhance students’ emotional well-being through supportive communication, health
campaigns, interpersonal interactions, or simply listening to their emotional stories to ultimately improve their college experiences.
The panel aligns with the division’s history and mission of understanding developmental issues both in- and outside of the
classroom.
4545
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Sumire
Political Leaders and the Media
Political Communication
Chair
Michaela Maier, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Participants
Effects of Scandals on Top Politicians
Hans Mathias Kepplinger, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Senja Post, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Dickhaus Maike, U of Mainz, GERMANY
How Do the Media Shape Perceptions of Party Leaders?
Jakob-Moritz Eberl, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Markus Wagner, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Hajo G. Boomgaarden, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Indirect Effects of Personalization in the Media: Whose Perceived Performance is Determined by Whom?
Jan Kleinnijenhuis, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Leaders and Followers: A Longitudinal Study of Strategic Political Communication and Interparty Relations in Election
Campaigning
Kajsa Larsson Falasca, Mid Sweden U, SWEDEN
Christina Grandien, Mid Sweden U, SWEDEN
The National Exemplar Effect: Foreign Leader’s Perceived Personality and Attitudes Toward Their Countries and Citizenry
Meital Balmas, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
4546
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Koh
Data and Surveillance
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Helen Kennedy, U of Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Incoded Counterconduct: What the Incarcerated Can Teach Us About Resisting Mass Surveillance
Jessa Lingel, Microsoft Research, USA
Aram A. Sinnreich, American U, USA
The New Mass: Calibration and Schizophrenia
Ben O'Loughlin, Royal Holloway, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Andrew Hoskins, U of Warwick, UNITED KINGDOM
Programming Future Conduct: How Big Data Affects Subjectivation and Self-Care
J.J. Sylvia IV, North Carolina State U, USA
Data Citizenships: Platforms, Protocols, and Possibilities
Alison Powell, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
4547
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Yoh
mHealth
Mobile Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Constanze Rossmann, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Participants
Implementing a BYOD Mobile Device Use Policy in a Hospital: Boundary Barriers at the Individual, Unit, and Organizational Level
Keri Keilberg Stephens, U of Texas, USA
Yaguang Zhu, U of Texas, USA
Millie Harrison, U of Texas, USA
Meena Iyer, Seton Hospital, USA
Terrie Hairston, Seton Hospital, USA
John Luk, U of Texas, USA
A Sociotechnical Analysis of Staff Nurses' Use of Personal Mobile Phones at Work: Perspectives From the Philippines
John Robert Razote Bautista, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Trisha T. C. Lin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Using Ecological Momentary Assessment via Mobile Technology to Examine College Students’ Alcohol-Related Behaviors: A
Feasibility Study
Porismita Borah, Washington State U, USA
Stepping Through Stages of Change: Considering the Effects of Tracking Monitors and Social Media Use for Achieving Health
Goals
Kim Baker, U of Alabama, USA
Sarah Pember, U of Alabama, USA
Xueying Zhang, U of Alabama, USA
Kimberly Bissell, U of Alabama, USA
4548
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Kei
Leadership in Organizational Communication
Organizational Communication
Chair
Stacey L. Connaughton, Purdue U, USA
Participants
Self-Perceived Leader-Member Dyadic Communication and Similarity on Group Member Behaviors: A Longitudinal Examination
Hassan Abu Bakar, U of Utara - Malaysia, MALAYSIA
Robert M. McCann, U of California – Los Angeles, USA
The Relationships Among Supervisor Feedback Environment, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, and Workplace Deviant
Behavior: The Mediating Effect of Leader-Member Exchange
JC Peng, Saint John U, TAIWAN
Julian Lin, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Explicating Managerial Coaching: A Communication Perspective
Jihyun Esther Paik, U of Wisconsin, USA
Tensions and Contradictions in Organizational Change: Managers’ Discursive Enactment of Control and Resistance
Catrin E. Johansson, Mid Sweden U, SWEDEN
Linda L. Putnam, U of California-Santa Barbara, USA
Respondent
Vernon D. Miller, Michigan State U, USA
4549
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Board Room
Problematic Interactions: Arguments, Advice, and Other Contentious Issues in Interpersonal Relationships
Interpersonal Communication
Chair
Jennifer A. Samp, U of Georgia, USA
Participants
Arguing About Others' Personal Issue: A Reconceptualization of Argument Type
Yiwen Dai, U of Maryland, USA
Mengqi Zhan, U of Maryland, USA
Money, Sex, and Illegal Activity: An Experimental Study of Taboo Topics on Impression Formation and Task Evaluation
Hye Eun Lee, U of Hawaii, USA
Catherine Y Kingsley Westerman, North Dakota State U, USA
Emi Hashi, U of Hawaii, USA
Rejection Sensitivity and Serial Arguing: Implications for Conflict Resolution
Sangeun Lee, Northwestern U, USA
Michael E. Roloff, Northwestern U, USA
The Effects of Gain- and Loss-Framing on Responses to Advice: The Mediating Role of Efficacy
JooYoung Jang, U of California Davis, USA
Bo Feng, U of California, Davis, USA
The Relationship Between Interruptions, Resisting Topic Changes, and Perceptions of Dominance and Conversational
Appropriateness
Jeff Youngquist, Oakland U, USA
4552
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Hagi
4553
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Fuji
Blue Sky Workshop: Innovations in Digital Inclusion Research, Policy and Practice
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Wenhong Chen, U of Texas, USA
Shelia Cotten, Michigan State U, USA
William H. Dutton, Michigan State U, USA
Yuli Patrick Hsieh, RTI International, USA
Rich Ling, Nanyang Technological U/Telenor, SINGAPORE
Bianca Christin Reisdorf, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Amit Schejter, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
Joseph D. Straubhaar, U of Texas, USA
Sharon Strover, U of Texas, USA
Asian and Asian American Concerns
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Shinsuke Eguchi, U of New Mexico, USA
Participants
Constructing ‘National Unity’: A Framing Analysis of Malaysian Government Advertising
Siti Nor Amalina Ahmad Tajuddin, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Natalie Collie, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Yunxia Zhu, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Missed or Misguided Opportunities for Advertisers?: Content Analysis of Asian Americans in U.S. TV Commercials
Debra Wetherhead, Wetherhead Communications, USA
Noticing Difference in Noodle World: Contested Culinary Imaginaries in a Majority-Minority City
Andrea Wenzel, U of Southern California, USA
Martial Arts as Masculine Performance: How Asian American Men Interpret Filmic Representations of Asian Men
Josephine Lukito, U of Wisconsin, USA
Costly Signaling, Asian Americans and the Role of Ethnicity in the Willingness to Pay More for Socially Responsible Products
Yoon-Joo Lee, Washington State U, USA
4554
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Sakura
KACA Business Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Eyun-Jung Ki, U of Alabama, USA
4560
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Olive
Social Media and Influence in Election Campaigns: Evidence From Europe and Asia
Political Communication
Chair
Holli A. Semetko, Emory U, USA
Participants
Political Participation in a New Media Environment: Investigating the Effects of Traditional and Social Media Use on Political
Participation in Sweden
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Measuring Social Media Effects in the UK 2015 Election
Susan Banducci, U of Exeter, UNITED KINGDOM
Iulia Cioroianu, U of Exeter, UNITED KINGDOM
Travis Coan, U of Exeter, UNITED KINGDOM
Dan Stevens, U of Exeter, UNITED KINGDOM
Gabriel Katz-Wisel, U of Exeter, UNITED KINGDOM
How Social Media Worked: Japan's 2013 "Internet Election"
Kenichi Ikeda, Doshisha U, JAPAN
Internet, Political Campaigning and Voting in Turkey’s Unconsolidated Democracy
Ali Carkoglu, Koç U, TURKEY
Erik C. Nisbet, Ohio State U, USA
Kerem Yildirim, Koç U, TURKEY
Social and Traditional Media Use and Influences on the Vote in India
Holli A. Semetko, Emory U, USA
Anup Kumar, Cleveland State U, USA
Taberez Ahmed Neyazi, Centre for Culture, Media and Governance, INDIA
Jonathan Mellon, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Dhavan Shah, U of Wisconsin, USA
Arash Sangar, U of Wisconsin, USA
Respondent
Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Syracuse U, USA
4561
Saturday
14:00-15:15
Sage
Learning and Thinking Through/With/By Media
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Epistemological Dimensions on Screen: The Role of Television Presentations in Changing Conceptions About the Nature of
Knowledge and Knowing
Lars Guenther, Stellenbosch U, SOUTH AFRICA
Sabrina Heike Kessler, Friedrich Schiller U Jena, GERMANY
A Parental Perspective on Apps for Young Children
Francette Broekman, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Economically Disadvantaged but Academically Focused: The Low-Income Chinese Immigrant Families’ Acculturation, Parental
Involvement, and Parental Mediation
Melissa MongShan Yang, Endicott College, USA
From Hanging Out to Geeking Out: Socializing as a Pathway to Computational Thinking
Samantha Shorey, U of Washington, USA
Benjamin Mako Hill, U of Washington, USA
Samuel C Woolley, U of Washington, USA
A Meta-Analytic Review of Ready To Learn Media’s Effects on Young Children’s Literacy
Lisa B. Hurwitz, Northwestern U, USA
A Qualitative Study Informing the Educational Content of an Indian TV Program (Galli Galli Sim Sim)
Dina L. G. Borzekowski, U of Maryland, USA
Donna Howard, U of Maryland, USA
Deepti Mehrotra, Policy Innovations, INDIA
Measuring With Murray: Touchscreen Technology and Preschoolers’ STEM Learning
Fashina Alade, Northwestern U, USA
Leanne Beaudoin-Ryan, Northwestern U, USA
Alexis Lauricella, Northwestern U, USA
Ellen Wartella, Northwestern U, USA
Not Feeling it, Not Getting it, Not Doing it: Noneffects of Prosocial and Affiliative TV
Marie-Louise Mares, U of Wisconsin, USA
James Alex Bonus, U of Wisconsin, USA
Alanna L Peebles, U of Wisconsin, USA
Literacy and Identity Links Forging Digital Inclusion? Critical Reflections and Signposts From a Qualitative Study
Panayiota Tsatsou, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Gillian Youngs, U of Brighton, UNITED KINGDOM
Carolyn Watt, U of Portsmouth, UNITED KINGDOM
4620
Saturday
15:30-16:45
Argos C
International Communication Association Annual Awards and Presidential Address
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Amy B. Jordan, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participant
Hilde Dy Van den Bulck, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
4727
Saturday
17:00-18:15
Grand Foyer
4727
Saturday
17:00-18:15
Grand Foyer
ICA Plenary Interactive Paper/Poster Session II
Sponsored Sessions
This year, ICA will again be presenting three separate plenary poster sessions. This session will feature presenters from Children,
Adolescents and the Media, Environmental Communication, Game Studies, Health Communication, Information Systems,
Instructional, Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender, and Queer Studies; Mass Communication, Sports Communication, and Theme
divisions and interest groups.
Children, Adolescents, and the Media Interactive Poster Session
Children Adolescents and the Media
Chair
Sahara Byrne, Cornell U, USA
Participants
1. Evaluative and Descriptive Media Ratings and the Forbidden Fruit Effect
Jordy Gosselt, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Joris J. Van Hoof, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Laura Haske, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
2. Children Who Trust in the Real World Also Trust Characters in the Para-World
Sarah F. Rosaen, U of Michigan - Flint, USA
Nancy Jennings, U of Cincinnati, USA
3. Film Genre and Taste Cultures: A Survey Amongst Flemish Youth
Aleit Veenstra, U Antwerpen, BELGIUM
Philippe Meers, U of Antwerp - Department of Communication Studies, BELGIUM
Daniël Biltereyst, Ghent U, BELGIUM
4. Can Insecurely Attached Dating Couples Get Compensated on Social Network Sites? —The Effect of Surveillance
Kexin Wang, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zheng Zhang, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yixin Zhou, Key Laboratory of Mental Health, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA
Yangyi Song, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Mingjie Zhou, Chinese Acedemy of Sciences, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5. Can Online Social Network Foster Young Adults’ Civic Engagement?
Jinyun Chen, Jinan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
6. Entertainment-Education and the Parent-Child Relationship (PCR) in China: Two Audience Investigations of
“Babaqunaer”
Zhihao Ma, U of Macau, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Jinping Ge, Zhejiang U of Media and Communications, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
7. Factors That Lead to a Second-Level Digital Divide of Children and Adolescents With Down Syndrome
Nadja Zaynel, U of Muenster, GERMANY
8. Informing the Child Safety and Protection Content of an Indian Preschool TV Program
Donna Howard, U of Maryland, USA
Deepti Mehrotra, Policy Innovations, INDIA
Dina L. G. Borzekowski, U of Maryland, USA
9. Personality and Emerging Adults’ Friend Selection on Social Network Sites
Yixin Zhou, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Mingjie Zhou, Chinese Academy of Sciences CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
10. The Effects of Personal and Socioeconomic Characteristics on the Sharing of Personal Information About School on
Facebook
Ellen Van Gool, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Joris Van Ouytsel, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Koen Ponnet, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Michel Walrave, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
4727
Saturday
17:00-18:15
Grand Foyer
4727
Saturday
17:00-18:15
Grand Foyer
4727
Saturday
17:00-18:15
Grand Foyer
Environmental Communication Interactive Poster Session
Environmental Communication
Participants
11. Do Conservative Media Provide a Forum for Skeptical Voices? The Link Between Ideology and the Coverage of
Climate Change in British, German, and Swiss Newspapers
Hannah Schmid-Petri, U of Bern, SWITZERLAND
12. Framing Reality: Portrayals of Climate Change in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, 1997-2014
Jason Holley, Cornell U, USA
13. The Paths Less Explored: From Mobile Technology Use, Information Seeking and Sharing, to Disaster Preparedness
Chih-Hui Lai, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Rich Ling, Nanyang Technological U/Telenor, SINGAPORE
Arul Chib, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
14. Hermeneutic Phenomenology as a Basis for Ecological Critical Discourse Analysis
Craig Frayne, TU Freiberg, CANADA
15. Expert Statements and Distressing Pictures: Audiences Responses to Media Coverage of Animal Experimentation
Elena Link, U of Music, Drama and Media (Department of Journalism and Communication Research), GERMANY
Katharina Emde, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Christoph Klimmt, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
16. A Meta-Analysis of the Effect of Political Variables on Environmental Concern
Shannon Cruz, Michigan State U, USA
Game Studies Interactive Poster Session
Game Studies
Participants
17. Exploring the Uses, Motivations, and Addictive Qualities of Mobile Gaming
Karin Haberlin, U of Connecticut, USA
18. Girls and Science Education: Exploring Female Interests towards Learning with Serious Games: A Study of KS3
Girls in the Northeast of England
Opeyemi Dele-Ajayi, Northumbria U, UNITED KINGDOM
19. Tongue-Tied Ties: Impact of Language Barriers and Goal Attainment on Intergenerational Bonding Through Wii
Gaming
Jeremy Sng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Younbo Jung, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
20. Will You Play to Beat the Blues?
Subuhi Khan, U of California, USA
Jorge Pena, U of California - Davis, USA
21. Rewards and Punishments in Video Games: A Quantitative Content Analysis
Britney Nicole Craighead, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Rene Weber, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
22. Why Are Players Attracted to Counterstrike Clans? The Role of Need Satisfaction Perceived in Clan-Life and
Perceived in Daily Offline Life
Felix Reer, U of Tuebingen, GERMANY
Health Communication Interactive Poster Session
Health Communication
Participants
23. Stressed Out Students: Examining Medical Student Communication With Calm and Hostile Standardized Patients
Lindsay Neuberger, U of Central Florida, USA
Daniel Topping, U of Central Floruida, USA
Sabrina Ghim, U of Central Florida, USA
Sofia Hsu, U of Central Florida, USA
Erica Landis, U of Central Florida, USA
24. Applying Clinical Depression Knowledge to Persuasive Gain-and-Loss Health Message Framing: An Eye-Tracking
Study
Jennifer Lueck, U of Minnesota, USA
Marco C. Yzer, U of Minnesota, USA
25. Discourse Analysis as Formative Research in Health Communication: The Case of “Let’s Drink Less by Half”
Campaign
Riina Raudne, Health Estonia Foundation, ESTONIA
26. Effects of Interactivity in Gain- and Loss-Framed Narratives on Promoting Influenza Vaccination
Hye Kyung Kim, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Wonsun Shin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
27. Gaining Bystander Responsiveness: Effects of Gain and Loss Frames and Emergency-Related Danger on Helping
Decisions
Tino GK Meitz, Leibniz ScienceCampus Tuebingen, GERMANY
Constanze Küchler, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Anja Kalch, Augsburg U, GERMANY
28. How Do Uncertainty and Positive Feelings Affect Psychological Quality of Life? The Role of Social Support within
a Korean Parkinson’s Disease Patients Online Community
Surin Chung, U of Missouri, USA
Eunjin Kim, Southern Methodist U, USA
J. Brian Houston, U of Missouri, USA
29. Internalization of Idealized Body Image Among Young Males in Australia: An Integrated Approach
Angela Mak, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Shuet Yan (Vivienne) Leung, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
30. Is It Good to Blame the Government for Epidemic Diseases?
Hwalbin Kim, U of South Carolina, USA
Seung Mo Jang, U of South Carolina, USA
Sei-Hill Kim, U of South Carolina, USA
Jeong-Heon Chang, Michigan State U, USA
Jae-chul C. Shim, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
31. Perceived Credibility of Media Platforms and Information Sources on Hispanic Users’ Attitudes Toward, Beliefs
About, and Practices of Healthy Behaviors: The Role of Hispanic-Unique Sociocultural Variables
Kenneth C. C. Yang, U of Texas - El Paso, USA
Yowei Kang, Kainan U, TAIWAN
32. Role of Information Seeking and Brand Medication Preference in Prescription Medication Consumption as a
Response to Direct to Consumer Advertising
Tae Joon Moon, U of Wisconsin, USA
Zhen Di, U of Wisconsin, USA
Rachel Kornfield, U of Wisconsin, USA
Dhavan Shah, U of Wisconsin, USA
33. The Effects of Theory-Based Messages on Cancer Patients’ Attitudes, Norms, and Intention to Express Concerns
Kim Brandes, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Annemiek Linn, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Julia C.M. van Weert, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Edith Gloria Smit, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
34. The Influence of Trait Anger and Partner Trust on Depression, Fear of Condom Negotiation, and Sexual Activity
Among African-American Women
Jennifer A. Samp, U of Georgia, USA
Valerie Berenice Coles, U of Georgia, USA
Jennifer L. Monahan, U of Georgia, USA
35. The Persuasive Effects of Health Goal Compatibility and Mood
Tae Hyun Baek, U of Kentucky, USA
Seeun Kim, U of Tennessee, USA
Chan Yun Yoo, U of Kentucky, USA
36. The Impact of Risk Perception on Responses to Misleading Food Label Claims
Erika Katherine Johnson, U of Missouri, USA
Sungkyoung Lee, U of Missouri, USA
Namyeon Lee, U of Missouri, USA
37. Bringing a Recovered Drugs Addict Into the Classroom to Warn Against Drug Use: Good Idea or Bad Idea?
Bas van den Putte, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Tessa Rutten, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Gert-Jan de Bruijn, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Anneke de Graaf, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
38. Effect of Evidence Based and Tested Messages Transmitted Through Community Stakeholders for Malaria Control
and Prevention in Rural Ethiopia
Sudhakar Narayan Morankar, Jimma U, ETHIOPIA
Gemechis Etana Roro, Health Education and Behavioural Sciences, ETHIOPIA
Abebe Lakew, Jimma U, ETHIOPIA
Birehjanu Zewdie, Jimma U, ETHIOPIA
Guda Alemayehu, USAID, ETHIOPIA
39. Nurses’ Use of Social Media: Perspectives From the Philippines
John Robert Razote Bautista, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
40. The VITALS Campaign: Examining the Intended and Unintended Effects of an Anti-Binge-Drinking Campaign
Amiso M. George, Texas Christian U, USA
Wendy Macias, Texas Christian U, USA
Adam S. Richards, Texas Christian U, USA
Cornelius Pratt, Temple U, USA
41. “Just the Right Stuff for Just the Right Person”: Knowledge, Perceived Benefits, and Perceived Harms of Precision
Medicine Among Caucasian and African-American Adults
Jordan Neil, U of Florida, USA
Kim B. Walsh-Childers, U of Florida, USA
42. “You Should Know Better:” Can Self-Affirmation Facilitate Information-Seeking Behavior and Interpersonal
Discussion?
Stefanie Demetriades, U of Southern California, USA
Nathan Walter, U of Southern California, USA
4727
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17:00-18:15
Grand Foyer
4727
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17:00-18:15
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Information Systems Interactive Poster Session
Information Systems
Participants
43. Assimilation and Contrast in Advertising: How Product Categories and Order of Presentation Affect People’s
Attitude Towards Print Ads
Shuoying Cui, U of Illinois, USA
Patrick Vargas, U of Illinois, USA
Kevin Wise, U of Illinois, USA
44. Assuaging Grief Through Mental Time Travel, Perspective Taking, and Digital Media
James G Collier, Ohio State U, USA
45. Discrimination Index, Racist Events, and Their Effects on Behavioral and Evaluative Outcomes of Movie Posters
With Black and White Protagonists
Shuhua Zhou, U of Alabama, USA
Lin Yang, Xi'an Jiatong U, CHINA
46. Does Negative Information About an Expert Endorser Harm the Promoted Product?
Christina V. Peter, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
47. Effects of Different Model Sizes in an Online Clothing Store on Self- and Product Evaluations
Karolien Poels, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Suzanne Overmars, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Shanice Engel, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
48. Examining a Susceptibility Threshold for High Sensation Seekers
Lindsay Neuberger, U of Central Florida, USA
Maria Knight Lapinski, Michigan State U, USA
Katelyn Grayson, Michigan State U, USA
Erica Landis, U of Central Florida, USA
49. Guilty Pleasures? Determining the Effectiveness of Entertaining Microbreaks for Recreational Purposes
Kevin Koban, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Georg Valtin, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Sandra Rogenz, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
50. I Should Say No but It Looks so Delicious: Cognitive Dissonance Experienced Through Evaluation of Nongay
Friendly Food Brands
Yijie Wu, Florida State U, USA
Jaejin Lee, Florida State U, USA
51. Love Me Tinder: Untangling Emerging Adults’ Motivations for Using the Dating Application Tinder
Sindy R. Sumter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
52. Sexist Comedy Reduces Women’s Intelligence Test Performance: Does it Hurt if it is Funny?
Silvana Weber, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Markus Appel, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
53. The Power of “No”: How Negative Frames Influence Empathy and Prosocial Behavior
Soo Youn Oh, Stanford U, USA
Soohee Kim, Stanford U, USA
54. The Relationship Between Cognitive Abilities, Self-Identified Biological Sex, and Video Game Preferences and
Abilities
Richard Wayne Huskey, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Britney Nicole Craighead, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Chelsea Lonergan, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Rene Weber, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
55. Word Travels: Comparing Psychological Antecedents of Opinion Leadership and Opinion Seeking in Travel and
Tourism
Charlotte Vonkeman, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Peeter Verlegh, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Marieke L. Fransen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Claartje L. ter Hoeven, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Instructional and Developmental Communication Poster Session
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Participants
56. Closing the Gender Gap in STEM With Male Instructors? On the Effects of Rapport Behavior and Gender of a
Virtual Agent in an Instructional Interaction
Nicole C. Kramer, U of Duisburg - Essen, GERMANY
Bilge Karacora, U Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Gale M Lucas, U of Southern California, USA
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Morteza Dehghani, U of Southern California, USA
Gina Rüther, U Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Jonathan Gratch, U of Southern California, USA
Mindfulness, Academic Resilience, and Positive Emotions
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Texas A&M U, USA
Predicting Civic Responsibility From Cultural-Related Diversity Engagement and Peer Civic Talk Among Final Year
Undergraduates
Ezhar Tamam, U Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA
Moniza Waheed, U Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA
Jusang Bolong, U Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA
Hanina Halimatusaadiah Hamsan, U Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA
Teaching Change by Changing Teaching: Introducing Participatory Methods of Teaching in Graduate and
Undergraduate Seminars
Davi Kallman, Washington State U, USA
Joseph Hewa, Washington State U, USA
Understanding YouTube Usage for Learning: The Social Cognitive Perspective
Quan Zhou, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Chei Sian Lee, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Sei-Ching Joanna Sin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Queer Studies Interactive Poster Session
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Participants
61. Lesbian Counterfactual Narratives in Coming Out Stories
Jade Metzger, Wayne State U, USA
62. Predicament of Online Engagement: The Role of Local Politics and Confucianism in the Relation Between SelfCensorship and Gay Activism in China
Yu Guo, Macau U of Science and Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yiwei Li, Keio U, JAPAN
63. School Involvement and Participation by Gay and Lesbian Parented Families
Brian L. Heisterkamp, California State U - San Bernardino, USA
Mass Communication Interactive Poster Session
Mass Communication
Participants
64. Do Photographs Speak A Thousand Words The Effects of Photographic and Textual Framing on Public Attitudes
Toward Controversial and Noncontroversial Sciences
Edmund W. J. Lee, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
65. Does Diversity Hurt Students’ Feeling of Oneness? A Study of Social Trust, Internal Brand Identification, and
Organizational Citizenship on Diversifying U Campuses
Qingjiang (Q. J.) Yao, Lamar U, USA
Mary Martin, Fort Hays State U, USA
Scott Robson, Fort Hays State U, USA
Hsin-Yen Yang, Fort Hays State U, USA
66. Effects of Exposure to and Presentation Format of News Reporting Conflicting Scientific Evidence on Perceived
Issue Uncertainty
Hui Zhang, Colorado State U, USA
67. Gender-Role Portrayals in Television Advertising Across the Globe
Jorg Matthes, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Michael Prieler, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Karoline Adam, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
68. Hispanic Families: Parenting Support and Social Networking Sites
Alexis Lauricella, Northwestern U, USA
Courtney Blackwell, Northwestern U, USA
69. Mind the Gender Gap: Differences in Liking and Purchase Intention After Viewing Advertisements of Same- and
Different-Sex Couples
Glenna Lee Read, Indiana U, USA
Irene Ingeborg van Driel, Indiana U, USA
Robert F. Potter, Indiana U, USA
70. Misperceptions as Political Conflict: Using Schattschneider’s Conflict Theory to Understand Rumor Dynamics
Jill A. Edy, U of Oklahoma, USA
Erin E. Baird, U of Oklahoma, USA
71. Moralism, Constructivism, Relativism: Identifying and Describing the Approaches of Research on Scandal
Sebastian Pfluegler, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Philip Baugut, Ludiwg Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
72. Positive Stereotype Associated With Accent and its Impact on Persuasion in the Context of Business Outsourcing
Chun Yang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Ruobing Li, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Fan Feng, Jinan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
73. Reliance on Direct and Mediated Contact and Public Policies Supporting Outgroup Harm
Muniba Saleem, U of Michigan, USA
Grace S. Yang, U of Michigan, USA
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Texas A&M U, USA
74. Shock Tactics in Road Safety Spots and Fading Memory Effects for Risk Awareness Information
Florian Arendt, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Hans-Bernd Brosius, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Alessia Coschignano, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
75. Show Your Best Self(ie): An Exploratory Study on Typical Selfie-Makers and Their Selfie Behavior
Nadia Bij de Vaate, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jolanda Veldhuis, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Elly A. Konijn, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
76. Social Media, Body Image, and Culture: A Comparative Study Between Korea and the United States
Ji Won Kim, Syracuse U, USA
Carol M. Liebler, Syracuse U, USA
Hua Jiang, Syracuse U, USA
77. Tablet Versus Paper Newspapers: Different Reading Styles? Different Learning?
Peter Neijens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Hilde Voorveld, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
78. The Myth of Genetically Modified Foods: Public Debates Over Risks, Opportunities, and Responsible Parties on
Chinese Social Media
Nan Yu, North Dakota State U, USA
Qian Xu, Elon U, USA
79. “How to Get Beach-Ready?!” Sun Tan Ideals in Magazines and Sunbed Use Among Young Women
Jolien Trekels, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
80. Examining Perceived Value of Location-Based Mobile Advertising Applications Among Taiwanese Smartphone
Users
Trisha T. C. Lin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
John Robert Razote Bautista, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Yi-hsuan Chiang, Shih Hsin U, TAIWAN
Ri An Quek, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
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17:00-18:15
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Sports Communication Interactive Poster Session
Sports Communication
Participants
81. Does Contact Matter? How Playing On A Diverse Team Affects The Application Of Athletic Stereotypes
Jan Boehmer, U of Miami, USA
Patrick Ferrucci, U of Colorado-Boulder, USA
82. Fans Just Wanna Have Fun: A Sociology of Sport Approach to eSports in Semipublic Spaces
Elizabeth Newbury, Cornell U, USA
83. Sabermetrics Over Time: Persuasion and Symbolic Convergence Across a Diffusion of Innovations
Nathaniel Stoltz, U of Maryland, USA
Michael David Hazen, Wake Forest U, USA
Respondent
Marie Hardin, Pennsylvania State U, USA
4727
Saturday
17:00-18:15
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84-85. Theme Interactive Poster Session: Images, Immersions, Investigations: Plurality of Perspectives on
Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement (2 Posters)
Theme Sessions
Chair
Erica Ka-yan Poon, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Imaging the Umbrella Movement via Kracauerian Cinematic Realism
Jose III Casem Gutierrez, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Social Media for Frontline Journalists: The Case of Occupy Central in Hong Kong 2014
Wing Lam Chan, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Citizen Movements as Sites of Elite Curations: The Case of Pakistan General Elections 2013 and Hong Kong Umbrella Movement
2014
Ayaz Siddiqui, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Who Are the Protesters? An Ethnographic Exploration of the Participants in Umbrella Revolution
Florin C. Serban, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Title: A Detournement? The Hand Gesture in The Hunger Games and Umbrella Movement
Erica Ka-yan Poon, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Joseph Ferrerosa, Santa Monica College, USA
Manifestations: Documenting the Art of the Political in the Umbrella Movement
Benjamin Henderson, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
4727
Saturday
17:00-18:15
Grand Foyer
86-87. Theme Interactive Poster Session: Transforming Communicative Power Through Evolving Electorates,
Technologies, Communication, and Public Opinion (2 Posters)
Theme Sessions
Chair
Carol Wan Ting Soon, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Participants
Evolving Electorate and New Media in Electoral Authoritarianism
Weiyu Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Significance of Offline-Social Media Opinion Climate Perceptions on Voting Behavior in Singapore and Hong Kong
Elmie Nekmat, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Evolving Technologies: Using Social Media Use for Action in Singapore and Indonesia
Natalie Pang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Posted and Shared: Personalized Communication and Knowledge Gap during Election Time
Debbie Goh, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Respondent
Lars Willnat, Indiana U, USA
4824
Saturday
18:30-20:30
Navis A
The Communication Landscape of Fukuoka: Urban Issues and Developments
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Peter Haratonik, The New School, USA
Participants
Hideo Koide, Seinan Gakuin U, JAPAN
Akira Miyahara, Seinan Gakuin U, JAPAN
Amy B. Jordan, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Gary Gumpert, Urban Communication Foundation, USA
Kyoko Matsuoka, Fukuoka Architecture Foundation, JAPAN
A special ICA event in which community leaders from Fukuoka, Japan discuss their communication concerns with ICA
Communication Scholars. This is part of an ongoing series in which The Urban Communication Foundation connects the host city of
the ICA Conference with members of the local community focusing on urban issues and communication problems. As the cities of
the world continue to urbanize the issues of community, infrastructure, health, aging, migration, design, and public space accelerate.
This panel seeks to link the realities of Fukuoka with the world of communication scholarship.
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18:30-19:45
Navis B
The Life and Intellectual Legacy of Professor Tamar Liebes
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Andrea Lee Press, U of Virginia, USA
Participants
Peter Lunt, U of Leicester - Department of Media & Communication, UNITED KINGDOM
Rivka Ribak, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Andrea Lee Press, U of Virginia, USA
Bruce A. Williams, U of Virginia, USA
Menahem Blondheim, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Zohar Kampf, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Respondent
Elihu Katz, U of Pennsylvania, USA
This panel honors the intellectual legacy of Professor Tamar Liebes of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Professor Elihu Katz
summarizes her legacy, indicating how Professor Liebes’ life work is emblematic of the development and scope of the
communication field as it has developed throughout the twentieth century: the progression of her work encompasses the span of our
field. An interdisciplinary scholar, Professor Liebes’ work spanned the public and private dimensions of communication
scholarship, but always carried her political and intellectual commitment into every sector of her work. We then open the session for
general discussion.
4923
Saturday
23:00-25:00
Argos F
Dancing in Fukuoka
Sponsored Sessions
In addition to ICA members' various ways of interacting and communicating with each other at receptions and university parties, we
are continuing our newest way of getting together: Dancing! We will have music of different styles so that each and everyone may
find what suits her or him best. After long days of talking, presenting and listening, some appreciate the opportunity to also move.
Casual dress; children and families welcome.
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ICA Past Presidents' Breakfast
Sunday
07:00-08:30
Bay Penthouse
Sponsored Sessions
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Administrators’ Breakfast: Leading Communication Programs in Higher Education
Sunday
07:30-09:15
Ocean Penthouse
Chair
Amy B. Jordan, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Dafna Lemish, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Many of us in leadership positions - deans, associate deans, directors, chairs - face similar challenges as we aspire to facilitate
professional growth of our faculty and staff and prepare our students for the changing world of media organizations, contents, and
audiences. Let us get together informally over breakfast to brainstorm about these issues, share experiences, and discuss a support
network within ICA. A fee will be charged for those attending.
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Sunday
08:00-09:15
Argos C
Cold War Histories of Global Media and Politics
Communication History
Chair
Koichi Iwabuchi, Monash U, AUSTRALIA
Participants
The Fall of the Berlin Wall: The Making of a Cold War Icon
Julia Sonnevend, U of Michigan, USA
The History of il Manifesto and the Evolution of the Italian Left from the Prague Spring to the Arab Spring
Elisabetta Ferrari, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Making Blackness and the Foreign Serve China
Robeson Taj Frazier, U of Southern California, USA
China’s International Propaganda in the Cultural Revolution
Qiong Xu, Hunan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Global Imaginary in China’s Red Guard Press, 1966-1968
Guobin Yang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
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08:00-09:15
Argos D
New Opportunities Offered by Media Technologies
Information Systems
Chair
Brian Christopher Britt, South Dakota State U, USA
Participants
The Effect of Mode Tailoring on Younger and Older Adults’ Recall of Online Health Information
Minh Hao Nguyen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
When Ads Follow You Around: The Role of Regulatory Focus in the Acceptance of Retargeting
Jongmin Lee, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jang Ho Moon, Sookmyung Women’s U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yongjun Sung, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Taejun Lee, Korea Development Institute, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Does it Matter How You Play? The Effects of Collaboration and Competition Among Players of Human Computation Games
Ei Pa Pa Pe Than, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Dion Ho Lian Goh, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Chei Sian Lee, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
The Consequences of One-Way and Two-Way Collaborative Processes in Online Knowledge-Construction Systems
Brian Christopher Britt, South Dakota State U, USA
Sorin Adam Matei, Purdue U, USA
Understanding Collaborative Knowledge Production Online: A Collective Action Perspective
Bei Yan, U of Southern California, USA
Capturing Business Insights From Social Media: A Design Science Approach
Joyce Lee, Yuan Ze U, TAIWAN
Chin-Sheng Yang, Yuan Ze U, TAIWAN
Shih-Yun Chen, Yuan Ze U, TAIWAN
Jhong-Heng Wang, Yuan Ze U, TAIWAN
Mobile Phones and Health Information Ecology of Low-Income Communities in the US
Komathi Ale, U of Southern California, USA
The Antecedents and Consequences of Charitable Donation Heterogeneity on Social Media
Zhi-Jin Zhong, Sun Yat-Sen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Shujin Lin, Sun Yat-Sen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
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08:00-09:15
Argos E
Organizational Communication Research Escalator - Extended Session (Part 1)
Organizational Communication
Chairs
William C. Barley, U of Illinois, USA
Stacey L. Connaughton, Purdue U, USA
Participants
#InshAllahPolitics: The Role of Social Media Technologies in Enabling and Constraining Strategies of Activist NGOs
Oana Brindusa Albu, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Michael Andreas Etter, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
A Case for the Female Leader Apology
Alaina Zanin, U of Central Missouri, USA
Carrisa S. Hoelscher, U of Oklahoma, USA
A Preliminary Research Design: Relational Approach to Workplace Aggression From the Perpetrator’s Perspective
Miwa Ito, Wayne State U, USA
Social Hiring: How Organizations are Using Social Networking for Recruitment and Hiring Decisions
Janice Gassam, Hofstra U, USA
Shana Meganck, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Candace P. Parrish, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Social Responsibility as The Stranger: A Case Study of MIPCOM 2015
Ushma Chauhan Jacobsen, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Improving Internal Communication by Social Media: An Approach Based on the Theory of Social Capital
Felix Keldenich, Hanover U of Applied Sciences and Arts, GERMANY
Communicating With Power in an Organizational Setting: A Comprehensive Discourse Analysis of an Executive Meeting
Jo M. Katambwe, U du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres, CANADA
Express-Assessment Method as an Indicator of Organizational Communication of Kazakhstan universities
Bagila Abilmozhinovna Akhatova, Kazakh U of International Relations and World Languages, KAZAKHSTAN
Vladimir Pavlenko, Kazakh U of International Relations and World Languages, KAZAKHSTAN
Gulchehra Noruzova, Kazakh U of International Relations and World Languages, KAZAKHSTAN
The Institutionalization of CCO Studies: Insights Into the Conversation-Text Dynamics of an Emerging Subfield
Genevieve Boivin, U de Montreal, CANADA
The Comparison of the Effectiveness of Sustainability Development Communication Between Nonprofits and For-Profits: An
Expectancy Violation Perspective
Moonhee Cho, U of Tennessee, USA
Sun-Young Park, Rowan U, USA
Soojin Kim, U of Florida, USA
What’s the (Real) Communications Demand for Corporate Public Value Measurement? Organizational Power and Evidence-Based
Corporate Humanity
Shabnam Shalizi, U of Southern California, USA
Social Media and Genres of Governance in Crisis Management: A Genre Analysis of Government Microblog Accounts on Weibo
Hui Zhao, Lund U, SWEDEN
Organizations Anonymous: Managing (In)visibility at the Alcoholics Anonymous International Convention
Katie Kang, Rutgers U, USA
The Power of Trivialization and the Rejection of Ideas Within Cancer Research Labs
Slaheddine Mnasri, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
The Social Media Paradox: Identifying Technology Related Resources and Demands
Ward van Zoonen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Between Accommodating and Activating: The Role of Employment Policies in Framing Workforce Aging Across Europe
Anne Cornelia Kroon, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Martine van Selm, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
In Search of a “Dream Team”: The Influence of Team Dynamics on the Process of Innovation
Sarah Fleur van der Land, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Separating the Quarrelers? The Relationship Between Advertising Sales Department and Newsroom Within Media Organizations
Corinna Maria Lauerer, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Audience Representation vis-á-vis Public Service Media Organizations
Christian Herzog, Leuphana U Lueneburg, GERMANY
Daniela Zetti, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich and U Zurich, SWITZERLAND.
5023
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Argos F
"Liar Press" - "Synchronized Mainstream Media" - "Corrupt Journalists": Causes, Forms, and Effects of Media Trust in
Germany
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Yariv Tsfati, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Participants
Media Skepticism in Online Discourse. Exploring Allegations and Criticism Towards News Media in User Comments
Fabian Prochazka, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Wolfgang Schweiger, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Ebola, the CIA, and Media Trust. Exploring the Determinants of Belief in a Conspiracy Theory
Carsten E. Reinemann, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
“Shut Up Liar Press!” Exploring Consequences of Hostile Media Perceptions in the Context of the German Pegida Movement
Marco Dohle, U of Duesseldorf, GERMANY
Uli Bernhard, Hochschule Hannover, GERMANY
Tilo Hartmann, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Low Media Trust = Low Political Trust? Exploring the Influence of Disenchantment With the Media on Political Attitudes
Nayla Fawzi, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Respondent
Yariv Tsfati, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Pegida-protesters shout “liar press”, best-selling books criticize that journalists manipulate the public, and the media wonder what
this is all about – for more than a year discontent with the media has been debated in Germany as intensively as never before. Both
the German Pegida movement and the German discussion about media performance also received enormous international attention.
The aim of this panel is to link the concepts analyzing perceptions and evaluations of the media to each other as well as their
connection to political attitudes and potential consequences. All in all, the panel combines papers with different theoretical and
methodological approaches and thus explores disenchantment with the media from a broad perspective.
5024
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Navis A
News Audiences: Users, Consumers, Citizens?
Journalism Studies
Chair
Johan Eric Lindell, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Participants
What Clicks Actually Mean: Exploring Digital News User Practices
Tim Groot Kormelink, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Irene Costera Meijer, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
An Exploratory Study of News Consumers’ Perceived Information Overload and News Consumption
Sun Kyong Lee, U of Oklahoma, USA
Kyun Soo Kim, Grambling State U, USA
Cameron Wade Piercy, U of Oklahoma, USA
When Does an Infographic Say More Than a Thousand Words? Audience Evaluations of Information Visualizations in the News
Yael de Haan, U of Applied Sciences Utrecht, THE NETHERLANDS
Sanne Kruikemeier, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sophie Lecheler, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Gerard Smit, U of Applied Sciences Utrecht, THE NETHERLANDS
Renee Van der Nat, U of Applied Sciences Utrecht, THE NETHERLANDS
Extending Explications of News Overload: Effects of Content and Topic Specific Factors on Selective Scanning and News
Avoidance
Avery E. Holton, U of Utah, USA
Angela M. Lee, U of Texas - Dallas, USA
Victoria Y Chen, U of Texas at Austin, USA
Getting Youngsters Hooked on News: The Effects of Narrative News on Processing, Appreciation, and Quality Perception in
Different Age Groups
Mariska Kleemans, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Gabi Joachim Schaap, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Mitchel Suijkerbuijk, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
5025
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Navis B
Antismoking Health Messages and News
Health Communication
Chair
Simon Zebregs, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Effects of Narrative vs. Nonnarrative Antismoking Messages: Examining the Moderating Role of Social Distance
Zexin Ma, U of Maryland, USA
Xiaoli Nan, U of Maryland, USA
Effects of Reading Newspaper Articles about Smoking on Implicit and Explicit Attitudes
Florian Arendt, Ludiwg Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Four Antismoking Cartoon Posters With Humor and Threat Elements
Vivian C. Sheer, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Tiffany Chan, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Dion Tse, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Fuyuan Shen, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Real-World Data Help Contextualize Content Analysis Findings on Newspaper Editorial Characteristics About Tobacco Control
Kellie Stanfield, U of Missouri, USA
Shelly L. Rodgers, U of Missouri, USA
Vapor and Mirrors: A Qualitative Framing Analysis of E-Cigarette Reporting in High-Circulation U.S. Newspapers
Vaughan James, U of Florida, USA
Paul Simpson, U of Florida, USA
5026
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Navis C
New Communication Technologies: Issues of Privacy, Power, and Control
Communication and Technology
Chairs
Jessica Vitak, U of Maryland, USA
Lorraine G. Kisselburgh, Purdue U, USA
Participants
Challenging the locus of power: Wearable technologies, self-quantification, and the empowered individual
Lorraine G. Kisselburgh, Purdue U, USA
Parents, Tweens, and Technology: Negotiating Privacy Rules and Boundaries
Jessica Vitak, U of Maryland, USA
Privacy and Control in Mark Zuckerberg’s Discourse on Facebook
Michael Zimmer, U of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA
What Can We Learn About Privacy From Those With Zero Expectation of It?
Katy Elizabeth Pearce, U of Washington, USA
Control: An Obsolete Paradigm in Understanding Privacy?
Sabine Trepte, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Tobias Dienlin, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Philipp K. Masur, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
5030
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Nire
Mental Health and Depression
Health Communication
Chair
John Robert Razote Bautista, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Participants
Influencing Help-Seeking for Depression With Public Service Announcements: Message Sidedness and Functional Matching
Brianna Alyssa Lienemann, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Jason T. Siegel, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Online Support Groups for People With Depression in China: Mutual Help, Empowerment, and Destigmatization
Renwen Zhang, The Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Social Support, Depression, and Quality of Life Among People Living With HIV in Guangxi, China
Zhiwen Xiao, U of Houston, USA
Xiaoming Li, Wayne State U, USA
The Role of Cultural Identity and Media Use at Influencing Intentions to Seek Mental Health Information Among Chinese Adults
Zhaomeng Niu, Washington State U, USA
Jessica Fitts Willoughby, Washington State U, USA
The Vicissitudes of Medical Discourse and Embedded Cultural Rationality: A Content Analysis of Health Reporting for
Neurasthenia and Depressive Disorder in China
Yungeng Li, The Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Deya Xu, The Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5031
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Kusu
Social Support Online
Communication and Technology
Chair
Jung-Hyun Kim, Sogang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Participants
It’s the Audience, Stupid: Differences in Social Support Between Social Media Sites
Rebecca A. Hayes, Illinois State U, USA
Caleb T. Carr, Illinois State U, USA
Donghee Yvette Wohn, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Online Support Forums: Willingness to Respond to a Support-Seeking Post
Siyue Li, The Ohio State U, USA
Reconsidering the Relationship Between Relational Closeness and Dimensions of Social Support: A Multinational Facebook Study
Caleb T. Carr, Illinois State U, USA
Anika Haupt, U of Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Nicole C. Kramer, U of Duisburg - Essen, GERMANY
Roles of Social Media in Social Support and Adjustment: A Study of International Students in the United States
Hyunjin Seo, U of Kansas, USA
Ren-Whei Joanna Harn, U of Kansas, USA
Husain Ebrahim, U of Kansas, USA
Jose Aldana, U of Kansas, USA
5032
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Kashi
Communication Technology and Work
Communication and Technology
Chair
Lei Vincent Huang, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
ICTs, Messages, and Pressures From Others Matter in Everyday Life: Using a Q Methodology to Conceptualize Communication
Overload
Keri Keilberg Stephens, U of Texas, USA
Dron M Mandhana, U of Texas, USA
Jihye Kim, U of Texas, USA
Xiaoqian Li, U of Texas, USA
Elizabeth Glowacki, U of Texas, USA
Ignacio Cruz, U of Southern California, USA
Informational benefits From Professional Social Media Use: Results From a Longitudinal Study
Sonja Utz, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Johannes Breuer, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Making New Online Contacts That Help You Get a Job in the Internet Age: An Emerging Source of Inequality
Uwe Matzat, Eindhoven U of Technology, THE NETHERLANDS
Erik van Ingen, Tilburg U, THE NETHERLANDS
Why Should I Help You? Man Up!: Bystanders’ Gender Stereotypic Perceptions of Workplace Cyberbullying
Mathias Weber, U Mainz, GERMANY
Christina Koehler, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Anna Schnauber, U Mainz, GERMANY
5033
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Kaede
International/Transnational Journalism
Journalism Studies
Chair
Yusuf Kalyango, Jr., Ohio U, USA
Participants
How Fact-Checking Went Global: Mapping an International Movement in Professional Journalism
Lucas Graves, U of Wisconsin, USA
Transnational Journalism Networks as Drivers of Europeanization
Annett Heft, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Brigitte Alfter, Journalist, DENMARK
Barbara Pfetsch, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Transnational Professionalism? Key Journalists in the IPCC AR5 Coverage
Risto Kunelius, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Hillel Nossek, Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee, ISRAEL
What are Your Sources for International News? The Source Type and its Transparency of AP and the New York Times
Heungseok Koh, Dongguk U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
John Carpenter, U of Iowa, USA
Respondent
Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
5040
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Rigel
The Evolving Structures, Dynamics, and Forces of Global Communication
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Wenshan Jia, Chapman U, USA
Participants
Engaged Scholarship in West Africa with Cultural Humility: Dilemmas and Dialogic Possibilities for Multidisciplinary
Collaborations
Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue U, USA
Between Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism: How China Deals with Cultural Globalization and Social Change
Hongmei Li, Miami U, USA
"Regardless of Frontiers”: The Rise, Decline and Renewal of Global Communication
Monroe E. Price, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Post-Globalization, Cultural Power and International Broadcasting
Terry Flew, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
From Connectivity (Tong) to Harmony via Commonality (Tong) in All-Under-Heaven (Tianxia)- an Exploration of the Chinese
Theory of Global Communication
Wenshan Jia, Chapman U, USA
Respondent
Daya Thussu, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
5041
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Vega
The Study of Political Entertainment Media
Mass Communication
Political Communication
Chair
Lance Holbert, Temple U, USA
Participants
Curving Entertainment: The Curvilinear Relationship Between Hedonic and Eudaimonic Experiences While Watching a Political
Talk Show and its Implications for Information Processing
Franziska Susanne Roth, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Carina Weinmann, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Frank M. Schneider, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Melanie Bindl, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Frederic Hopp, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Dramatically Entertained: Effects of Exposure to Fictional Political Entertainment and the Attitude Toward Female Politicians
Azmat Rasul, Florida State U, USA
Arthur A. Raney, Florida State U, USA
News, Entertainment, or Both? Exploring Audience Perceptions of Media Genre in a Hybrid Media Environment
Stephanie Edgerly, Northwestern U, USA
Emily K Vraga, George Mason U, USA
Online Grassroots Political Satire and Political Self-Efficacy in China
Tianjiao Wang, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA
5042
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Kiku
Communicating Open Science: What the Communication Field Has to Offer to the Next Scientific Revolution
Information Systems
Chair
Sriram Kalyanaraman, U of Florida, USA
Participants
Promoting Open Science Communication and Practice
Melanie Sarge, Texas Tech U, USA
Improving the Evidential Value of Communication Research with Open Science Tools and Practices
Malte Elson, Ruhr U Bochum, GERMANY
Scientific Epistemology as a Foundation for Realizing Open Science
Nicholas L Matthews, Indiana U, USA
Forgiving Ourselves is Progress: The Importance of an "Amnesty" Approach Toward Questionable Research Practices
James D. Ivory, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U, USA
Sriram Kalyanaraman, U of Florida, USA
Power and Inexperience as Challenges for Graduate Students in Supporting Open Science
Teresa Lynch, Indiana U, USA
This panel brings together an international group of emerging and senior communication scholars from a range of research
backgrounds to discuss the absolute necessity of communicating about open research practices in a way that not antagonistic and
accusatory, but encouraging, enlightening, and supportive of a healthy transition in research culture.
5043
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Ran
How Online Popularity Cues Affect Users’ Selections, Public Opinion Perceptions, Personal Opinions, and Opinion
Expressions
Mass Communication
Chair
Pablo Porten-Chee, U of Duesseldorf, GERMANY
Participants
Likes Teaching the Eyes. Studying the Influence of Popularity Cues on News Selection
Shira Dvir-Gvirsman, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Effects of Popularity Cues on Public Opinion Perception: Theoretical Approach and Findings of an Online Diary Study on Climate
Change
Christiane Eilders, U of Duesseldorf, GERMANY
Pablo Porten-Chee, U of Duesseldorf, GERMANY
Reading the Other Side: How User-Generated Comments Influence Perceptions of Public Opinion
German Neubaum, U of Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Fatma Camur, U of Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Can the Spiral of Silence Predict Social Media-Offline Collective Action? The Role of Different Opinion Climate Indicators and
Cognitive Effort in the Process
Elmie Nekmat, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Respondent
Joseph B. Walther, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
This panel aims to examine the potential of popularity cues in public communication. It brings together papers on the perceptional
shortcuts when selecting media content, monitoring the climate of opinion, on the effects on users’ opinions, and on the
consequences for opinion expression. It thereby extends and deepens our understanding of the scope of the changes in public
communication under online conditions.
5045
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Sumire
Politicians in the News: With What Effect?
Political Communication
Chair
Jan Kleinnijenhuis, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Beyond Simple Valence: Discrete Emotions as Mediators of Political Communication Effects on Trust in Politicians
Lukas Otto, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Heads of Parliament: How Perceptions of Politicians Moderate Political Agenda Setting
Alon Zoizner, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Yair Fogel-Dror, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Tamir Sheafer, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
It's the Structure, Stupid: Measuring Media Coverage impact on Candidates' Electoral Success Using Semantic Networks
Dror Walter, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Sijia Yang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Politicians as Satirical Targets: Affective Disposition and the Differential Effects of Personal and Political Jokes
Katharina Emde, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Spontaneous Trait Inferences From Candidates’ Visual Appearance in Campaign Communication
Frank Marcinkowski, U Muenster - D, GERMANY
Marco Luenich, Westfaelische Wilhelms-U Muenster, GERMANY
Christopher Starke, U of Muenster, GERMANY
5046
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Koh
Contours of the Digital: Late Breaking Research Roundtable
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Alison Hearn, U of Western Ontario, CANADA
Participants
Conceptualizing "Botness"
Taina Bucher, Department of Media, Cognition and Commu, DENMARK
From Net Neutrality to Net Equality
John McMurria, U of California - San Diego, USA
Discipline in Cyberspace: the Changing Discourse of Digital Illegality
Fidele Vlavo, U de las Americas Puebla, MEXICO
Digital Labor, the Sharing Economy, and the Uberization of Everything: A Comparison Between the French and American State
Jen Schradie, Toulouse School of Economics, FRANCE
Mediating Productivity: A Cultural History of New Media and Labor Management
Michelle Rodino-Colocino, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Framing Men, Framing Women: Gender and Celebrity in Political Activism
Bimbisar Irom, Washington State U, USA
Travels, Truths, and Television: Ethnography in/of the Archive
Lars Lundgren, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
This roundtable brings together junior and senior scholars to discuss 'late breaking research' projects that explore aspects of
mediation and the relationship between the digital and the social.
5047
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Yoh
Consumption and Identity in East Asia
Popular Communication
Chair
Marwan M. Kraidy, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Between Conformity and Transgression: Chinese Women’s Gendered Discourse of Fan Authenticity for European Football
Yuan Gong, U of Massachusetts, USA
Post-Mao Narratives of Individualism: A Case Study of Remixing Propaganda Posters in Contemporary China
Mengjun Jun Guo, U of Washington, USA
Soft With Chocolate Abs, and Genuinely Asian: A Discourse Analysis of Korean Masculinity in Taiwanese Men’s Fashion
Hong-Chi Shiau, Shih-Hsin U, TAIWAN
Producing in Hong Kong, Consuming in China: Cultural Identities and Comics Production
Anthony Y.H. Fung, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Boris Lok Fai Pun, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5048
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Kei
Exploring the Power of Corporate Social Responsibility
Public Relations
Chair
Peter Kerkhof, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
A Comparative Analysis of Business News Coverage of Corporate Social Responsibility in the United States and the United
Kingdom From 2005 to 2014
Tae Ho Lee, U of North Carolina, USA
Daniel Riffe, U of North Carolina, USA
How Balanced is CSR Reporting? An Intercultural Comparison of Negative Disclosures
Sabine A. Einwiller, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Craig E. Carroll, New York U, USA
Does CSR Matter?: A Longitudinal Content Analysis of Product Reviews for CSR-Associated Brands
Becky Robinson, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Cynthia Stohl, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
What Influences Publics’ Reaction to CSR: The Role of Media Frames and Ethical Orientation
KyuJin Shim, Singapore Management U, SINGAPORE
Myojung Chung, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Effect of CSR Communication on the Core-Stigmatized Business
Lili Wang, Shanghai Jiaotong U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Ke Xue, Shanghai Jiaotong U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Mingyang Yu, Shanghai Jiaotong U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xueer Yu, Washington U, USA
Respondent
Yi-Ru Regina Chen, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5049
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Board Room
Who We Are is How We Talk: Predicting Interpersonal Communication Processes
Interpersonal Communication
Chair
Elizabeth Dorrance Hall, Utah State U, USA
Participants
Coping With Racial Discrimination With Collective Power: Differentiating the Benefits of Social Capital in Online and Offline
Communication Contexts
Fan Yang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Lisa Kiyomi Hanasono, Bowling Green State U, USA
Dating Couples Congruence in Attachment and Relationship Quality: The Mediating Role of Communication Patterns
Kexin Wang, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zheng Zhang, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Yangyi Song, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’s REPUBLIC OF
Mingjie Zhou, Chinese Acedemy of Sciences, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Do Friends Make Us Happy or Does Our Happiness Bring Closer Friendship? Examining the Causal Relation Between Social
Relationship and Life Satisfaction
Min Gyu Kim, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Predicting the Intent to Use Dating Apps to Look for Romance and Sex: Using the Integrative Model of Behavioral Prediction
Lik Sam Chan, U of Southern California, USA
Relationship Characteristics That Predict Relationship Talk and Topic Avoidance for Same-Sex and Opposite-Sex Couples
Yachao Li, U Georgia, USA
5050
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: From Information Superhighways to Autonomous Vehicles: Considering Media Change Through the
Prism of Cars
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Thilo von Pape, U Hohenheim, GERMANY
Steven Jones, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
Gerard Michael Goggin, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Today, cars accommodate a wide spectrum of communication modes into one comprehensive communicative space. This involves
cars’ own dashboards, surround sound systems and other control features, passengers’ mobile devices mediating both interpersonal
communication and entertainment, and face-to-face communication between co-present passengers. We will discuss the heuristic
value of researching communication in, through, and with the car as a microcosm and a testbed of these current evolutions in digital
media and in communication research more generally. Through this, we aim to generate and structure axes of research along which
future projects could be undertaken.
5051
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Anzu
Cultural Adaptation, Developmental Communication, and Community
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Pamela Aquino Custodio, U of the Philippines, PHILIPPINES
Participants
International Teaching Assistant (ITA) Perceptions of U.S. American Classrooms
Aparna Hebbani, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Katherine G. Hendrix, U of Memphis, USA
Daniel Angus, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
The Challenged Researcher? Ceremonial and Substantial Meanings of “Perceived and Articulated Cultural Otherness” in Academic
Interview Situations
Sarah Anne Ganter, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Covenant: Binding Participation in Development Projects Through Indigenous Communication
Gretchen Mangahas, Benguet State U, PHILIPPINES
Cultural Adaptability on Sojourners’ Mental Model Change and Psychological Adjustment
Lin Zhu, U of Massachusetts-Boston, USA
Minghui Fan, Emerson College, USA
Storytelling the Santo Niño Ati-Atihan Festival in the Philippines: A Communication Infrastructure Approach and Implications on
Sustainable Festival Tourism
George Allen Onas Villanueva, Loyola U Chicago, USA
“I Can See the Trust”: Building a Communication Infrastructure
Jenna L. Currie-Mueller, North Dakota State U, USA
Robert Littlefield, North Dakota State U, USA
Emory Daniel, North Dakota State U, USA
Noor Ghazal-Aswad, North Dakota State U, USA
James Garrett, North Dakota State U, USA
5052
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Hagi
Technology Demonstrations
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Chair
Stephanie Kelly, North Carolina A&T State U, USA
Participants
Technology Demonstration: KODU-A Game Design Tool to Equip Future Teachers With
Ugur Kale, West Virginia U, USA
Mete Akcaoglu, Georgia Southern U, USA
Technology Demonstration: Using Open-Source Software to Teach Introductory Network Concepts
Jeffrey D Proulx, U of Illinois, USA
Technology Demonstration: Using Pi Smartphone App for Classroom Communication and Engagement
Rowena Lyn Briones, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
5053
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Fuji
Identity Matters in Social Interaction
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Karen Tracy, U of Colorado, USA
Participants
Stereotypes as a Practice for Managing Gender Accountability
Anastacia D Kurylo, St. Joseph’s College, USA
Jessica Sarah Robles, Loughborough U, UNITED KINGDOM
Reexamining the Use of Tentative Language in Emails: The Effects of Gender Salience and Typicality
Rong Ma, U of Maryland, USA
Anita Atwell Seate, U of Maryland, USA
Examining LGBTQ Issues in Taiwan With Critical Discourse Analysis: The Power of Heteronormativity, Homonormativity, and
Compulsory Marriage
JhuCin Rita Jhang, U of Texas, USA
From “Super-Parent” to “Super-Predator”: The Power of Language in Juvenile Justice
Brandon Golob, U of Southern California, USA
5054
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Sakura
Political Communication and Citizen Mobilization
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Participants
Political Identities and Media Systems in Spain: Exploring the Consequences of Activism in an Online Electoral Campaign
Miguel Vicente-Marino, U of Valladolid, SPAIN
Eva Campos-Dominguez, U of Valladolid, SPAIN
Contentious Responses to the Crises in Spain: Emphasis Frames and Public Support of Protest in Twitter and the Press
Camilo Cristancho, U Autònoma de Barcelona, SPAIN
Silvia Majo-Vazquez, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute UOC, SPAIN
Digital Media Journalists as Citizens' Mobilizers: A Study of Attitudes and Professional Practices During Election and Nonelection
Periods.
Rosa Berganza, ACOP - Asociacion de Comunicacion Politica, SPAIN
Karen Sanders, CEU San Pablo U, SPAIN
Salvador Perelló, U Rey Juan Carlos, SPAIN
Carlos Arcila Calderon, U Rey Juan Carlos, SPAIN
How is a Candidate Using Twitter for Campaigning? Twitter as a Mobilization Tool to Frame the Political Discourse
Rocio Zamora, U of Murcia, SPAIN
Paloma del Henar Sánchez, U of Murcia, SPAIN
Helena Martínez, U Católica San Antonio de Murcia, SPAIN
Los Votantes Olvidados
José Luis Hernández Olmedo, U Autónoma de Chiapas, MEXICO
This panel addresses issues related to citizen mobilization as new social contexts emerge for political deliberation, participation and
action in online and offline environments. Panellists take up the challenges posed by transformations of the media environment that
require scholars to be both innovative in exploring the new emerging channels and arenas and critical toward the implications for
traditional theoretical approaches applied to questions linked to the emergence of a multiaxial world. From a range of theoretical,
empirical and cultural perspectives, panellists examine aspects of citizen mobilization and political communication from the point of
view of political actors, journalists and citizens in election and non-election periods.
5060
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Olive
Collective Action in the Digital Era
Political Communication
Chair
Aaron S. Veenstra, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Participants
A "Two-Level Social Capital Analysis" of the Role of Online Communication in Civic Activism: Lessons From the Role of
Facebook in the Sunflower Movement
Panayiota Tsatsou, U of Leicester - Department of Media and Communication, UNITED KINGDOM
Yupei Zhao, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Collective Action Recruitment: A Typology of Organizations and Their Filtering Behavior in a Digital Age
Tamar Ashuri, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Yaniv Bar-Ilan, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Connecting the Conference Room to the Living Room: Earth Hour, Digital Media, and the Global “Open-Source Campaign”
Luping Wang, U of Southern California, USA
Kjerstin Thorson, U of Southern California, USA
Digital Democracy in Asia: Understanding the Impacts of the Asian Internet on Political Participation
Shin Haeng Lee, U of Washington, USA
Old Concept With New Power: Why Digital and Unconventional Activities Can be Political Participation
Jakob Ohme, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Erik Albaek, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
5061
Sunday
08:00-09:15
Sage
Self-Presentation and Appearance Issues of Youth in Media
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Dysfunctional Appearance Beliefs Among Tweens: The Role of Beauty-is-Good Messages and the Peer Appearance Culture
Jolien Trekels, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Preteens’ Reliance on and Internalization of Media Appearance Ideals: Triggers and Consequences
Ann Rousseau, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
The Role of Heterosexual Expectations in the Relationship Between Early Adolescents’ Media Exposure and the Endorsement of
Dysfunctional Appearance Beliefs
Laurens Vangeel, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Jolien Trekels, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Steven Eggermont, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
The “Good Girls”: Exploring Features of Female Characters in Children’s Animated Television
Sarah Pila, Northwestern U, USA
Julie Dobrow, Tufts U, USA
Calvin Gidney, Tufts U, USA
Jennifer Burton, Tufts U, USA
Hypergender Teens on Social Networking Sites: Investigating Reciprocal Relationships Between Gender Role Orientations and
Sexy Online Self-Presentations
Johanna M.F. van Oosten, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Laura P. Vandenbosch, U of Leuven / U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Jochen Peter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Respondent
Joris Van Ouytsel, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
5220
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Argos C
The Balance of Social Power in a Digital World
Theme Sessions
Participants
Klaus Bruhn Jensen, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
Eszter Hargittai, Northwestern U, USA
Matthew Scott Hindman, George Washington U, USA
Dhavan Shah, Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, USA
This panel will address the evolving character of the digital public sphere. When are critical voices heard? When are such voices
muffled or distorted? How does ubiquitous electronic connectivity affect the prospect of protest, collective behavior and collective
action? How does dependence on social media for news affect public awareness and public opinion? How do the new dynamics of
viral communication influence public perceptions of political authority and of political conflict? Our organizing theme is an
interrogation of the dynamic balance of power between central authorities and communities of concern in modern nation states and
in the global system of those states and the interconnected publics of which those states are comprised.
5221
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Argos D
Processing Social Information
Information Systems
Chair
Benjamin K. Johnson, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Developing a Confluence Model of Rampage Killings: The Cultural Transmission of Despair-Aggress-Suicide Scripts and Guilt as
Social Contagion
Mark A. Hamilton, U of Connecticut/Chulalongkorn U, THAILAND
“Let Me Take a Selfie” Exploring the Psychological Effects of Posting and Viewing Selfies and Groupies on Social Media
Ruoxu Wang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Fan Yang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Michel M. Haigh, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Examining the Role of Social Norms in Mental Health Help-Seeking Among Young Adults
Danyang Zhao, Florida State U, USA
Juliann Cortese, Florida State U, USA
So Close and Yet So Far: Adolescents’ Social Comparison With Social Media Stars
Cynthia Meissner, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Constanze Rossmann, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
The Role of Tie-Strength and Chance of Participation on Responses to Exercise Posts in Social Media
Wonkyung Kim, Michigan State U, USA
Taiwoo Park, Michigan State U, USA
Does Online Social Capital Aid or Abet User Susceptibility to Social Media Phishing?
Brynne Harrison, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Arun Vishwanath, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Yu Jie Ng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
How Deliberation Leads to Collective Efficacy in Social Media: An Experiment From the Field
Daniel Halpern, Pontifical Catholic U of Chile, CHILE
James E. Katz, Boston U, USA
Self-Control and Need Satisfaction in Primetime: Television, Social Media, and Friends Can Enhance Regulatory Resources via
Perceived Autonomy and Competence
Benjamin K. Johnson, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Allison Eden, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Leonard Reinecke, U of Mainz, GERMANY
5222
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Argos E
Organizational Communication Research Escalator - Extended Session (Part 2)
Organizational Communication
Chairs
William C. Barley, U of Illinois, USA
Stacey L. Connaughton, Purdue U, USA
Participants
Impact of the Use of Communication Technologies on Intergenerational Communication: A Study of Thai Organizations
Papassara Chaiwong, Chulalongkorn U, THAILAND
Roong Sriussadaporn, Chulalongkom U, THAILAND
Group and Individual Network Measures Predict Individual Performance in an MMOG
Grace Ann Benefield, U of California, Davis, USA
Cuihua Shen, U of California, Davis, USA
Negative Spillover in Corporate-Nonprofit Partnerships and Response Strategies
Sun Young Lee, Texas Tech U, USA
Hyejoon Rim, U of Minnesota-Twin Cities, USA
Attempts to Bridge the Gap Between Authority of Expertise and Authority of Position
Therese Eva Maria Hedman Monstad, Uppsala U, SWEDEN
Constituting Ethical Organizations: A Model of Ethical Leadership and the Four Flows of Communication
Lei Vincent Huang, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Pok Man Tang, Lingnan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Interprofessional Communication During Multidisciplinary Team Meetings: How Treatment Decisions are Made for Older Patients
Sifra Bolle, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Julia C.M. van Weert, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Ellen M.A. Smets, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Marije Hamaker, Department of Geriatric Medicine, Diakonessenhuis, THE NETHERLANDS
Johanneke Portielje, HAGA Hospital, THE NETHERLANDS
Power to the People: Discursive Tensions Between Corporate and End-User Discourses
Claire Burlat, Audencia Business School, FRANCE
Selling Goodwill Overseas: Adapting a Construal-Level Perspective on CSR Communication
Gain Park, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hyun Soon Park, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Lost in Translation: Institutional and Individual Barriers to Translating Evidence-Based Medical Research in the US
Katherine Elder, U of Southern California, USA
Image Analysis of the EIN-GV in Rural Community
Griselda Guillen, U Autónoma de Baja California, MEXICO
Roberto Burgueño, U Autónoma de Baja California, MEXICO
Leticia De la Torre, U Autónoma de Baja California, MEXICO
Identity-Dynamics, Communication Modes and Ambiguity: The case of the Social Enterprise Fairphone
Jeroen G.F. Jonkman, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Friederike Schultz, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Joep Cornelissen, Erasmus U, THE NETHERLANDS
The Demands of Communication Media Use and Employee Well-Being: The Role of Personality
Claartje L. ter Hoeven, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Helen Vossen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Locking the Gate: Citizens Communicating With Power in Rural Australia
Alana Margaret Mann, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
E-Indigenous: Towards a Theory of Modern Communication Practices With Māori
Steven Elers, Massey U
Phoebe Frances Elers, Auckland U of Technology, NEW ZEALAND
Building Microcredit as an International Cause: Representations and Symbolic Power
Odile Vallee, Audencia Business School, FRANCE
Structural Balance and Trust in Multiteam Systems
Ly Dinh, U of Illinois Urbana Champaign, USA
Whose Change is It? Connecting Cognition, Frames, and Identities in Processing of Organizational Change Message
Mrittika Sen, Northwestern U, USA
Communication and Corporate Culture in the Postindustrial Society. From the Fordist Factory to the Living Organization
Hilda Gabriela Hernandez Flores, Benemérita U Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
J. Roberto Sanchez Reina, U Complutense de Madrid, SPAIN
Exploring the Mediation Effects of Social Media Use on Perceived Organizational Support and Word-of-Mouth Communication
Yuan Wang, U of Alabama, USA
5223
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Argos F
Mobile Gaming in Asia: Politics, Culture, and Emerging Technologies
Game Studies
Chair
Dal Yong Jin, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
Participants
Games of Being Mobile: The Unruly Rise of Mobile Gaming
Larissa Hjorth, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Ingrid Richardson, Murdoch U, AUSTRALIA
Mobile Games in China: Persistence, Permutations, and Prospects
Tai Zixue, U of Kentucky, USA
The Gamification of Smartphone Communication among Korea’s Young Smartphone Users
Dal Yong Jin, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
Kyong Yoon, U of British Columbia, CANADA
Toward Individualistic Cooperative Play in Japanese Mobile Social Game
Akiko Shibuya, Soka U, JAPAN
Mizuha Teramoto, Ochanomizu U, JAPAN
Akiyo Syouun, Ochanomizu U, JAPAN
Gaming Addiction in Asia: Present & Future
Jae Sik Ha, U of Illinois-Springfield, USA
Respondent
Larissa Hjorth, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
This session looks into a hitherto neglected focus of inquiry, a localized mobile landscape emerging with the smartphone and its
apps, with particular reference to Asians’ engagement with mobile gaming. It focuses on not only the celebratory achievement of
local mobile games, but also the significance of the social milieu in the development of Asian mobile gaming culture and its side
effects. It also investigates several dimensions in the growth of mobile game technologies and culture, including government policy.
The panel analyzes how smartphones have taken shape within the context of Asia’s particular mobile game and mobile culture.
5224
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Navis A
The Many Faces of "Commercialization"
Journalism Studies
Media Industry Studies
Chair
Laura Ahva, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Participants
Why Drop a Paywall? Mapping Decommodifications of Online News
Mike Joseph Ananny, U of Southern California, USA
Leila Bighash, U of Southern California, USA
Reality Check: The Performance Gap Between U.S. Newspapers’ Print and Online Products, 2007–2015
Hsiang Iris Chyi, U of Texas, USA
Ori Tenenboim, U of Texas, USA
Native Advertising in Digital Journalism: An Explorative Study of the Blurring Boundaries Between Editorial and Commercial
Content
Raul Ferrer Conill, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
When Public Opinion Data is Sponsored: Who Pays for Poll Results in the News
Benjamin J Toff, U of Wisconsin, USA
Money Matters? Journalists’ Perception of the Effects of a Weak Market Orientation
Patrick Ferrucci, U of Colorado, USA
5225
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Navis B
Vaccine Communication: Childhood, Flu, HPV
Health Communication
Chair
Rebecca Britt, South Dakota State U, USA
Participants
College Males’ Perceptions of Benefits and Barriers to the HPV Vaccine
Margaret J. Pitts, U of Arizona, USA
Samantha Stanley, U of Arizona, USA
Sara Kim, U of Arizona, USA
Immunize the Vaccine Rumors: Effects of Inoculation Messages and Tone of Voice on HPV Vaccine Compliance
Eun Hae Park, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Glen T. Cameron, U of Missouri, USA
The Silver Lining of Shame: Framing HPV to Influence Disclosure and Vaccination
Zheng Janet Yang, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
McKenzie Pittman, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Effects of Health Information Inoculation Against Misperceptions About Flu
SangHee Park, Bowling Green State U, USA
Gi Woong Yun, Bowling Green State U, USA
Unspiraling the Silence: Online Incivility and Likelihood to Speak Out About Safety of Childhood Vaccines
Gina Marie Chen, U of Texas, USA
Deepa Fadnis, U of Texas, USA
Shuning Lu, U of Texas, USA
5226
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Navis C
Empowering Consumers in the Age of Social Media: An Empirical Analysis of EWOM Creation, Consumption, Perception,
and Influence
Communication and Technology
Chair
Hairong Li, Michigan State U, USA
Participants
When Do Reviews Matter? An Investigation of Moderating Variables
Ewa Maslowska, Spiegel Digital and Database Research Center / Northwestern U, USA
Edward Malthouse, Northwestern U, USA
Rate the Rating: An Empirical Analysis of Factors that Influence the Perception of Review Helpfulness
Su Jung Kim, Iowa State U, USA
The Hidden Costs of Paying Your Reviewers: How Incentives Affect the Content, Perceived Usefulness and Credibility of Online
Reviews
Lotte Michaela Willemsen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Peeter Verlegh, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Eline Zwinkels, BTC Mediatest, THE NETHERLANDS
What Makes Corporations’ Postings More Viral: A Predictive Model of Word of Mouth for Corporations’ Postings on Facebook
Taemin Kim, U of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA
Yunhwan Kim, Hankuk U of Foreign Studies, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jhih-Syuan Lin, U of Georgia, USA
Hyejin Kim, U of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA
Respondent
Hairong Li, Michigan State U, USA
Electronic word-of-mouth (eWOM) has become one of the most influential forms of persuasive communication in human
communication. This panel is an attempt to understand the process of eWOM creation, consumption, perception and influence. The
panelists present four empirical studies that examine the creation, consumption, perception, and effect of consumers’ eWOM in the
United States, the Netherlands, and a global context. This panel will give us an opportunity to see what motivates consumers to read
other consumers’ eWOM and use it for their purchase decision, how eWOM is perceived as a helpful and credible source of
information by its readers, and how company actions can influence the creation of eWOM.
5230
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Nire
Holistic, Complementary, and Alternative Medicine and Therapies
Health Communication
Chair
Evelyn Y. Ho, U of San Francisco, USA
Participants
Constituting Expertise: Constructing Holistic Health in Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Vinita Agarwal, Salisbury U, USA
Framing and Narrative Structure of Alternative Birth Options Published in American Newspapers
Carmen Stitt, California State U, Sacramento, USA
Ashley Perron, California State U, Sacramento, USA
Medicine, Culture, or Myth? Analyzing News Coverage of Chinese Medicine in Chinese Print Media
Li Chen, U of Iowa, USA
The Role of Doulas in Enhancing Patient-Provider Communication
Gabriela Renteria-Poepsel, Health Literacy Missouri (HLM), USA
Wai Hsien Cheah, Southern Illinois U - Edwardsville, USA
Mark Anthony Poepsel, Southern Illinois U Edwardsville, USA
Sun Exposure, Tanning Beds, and Herbs That Cure: How Skin Cancer is Portrayed on Pinterest
Lu Tang, U of Alabama, USA
Sung Eun Park, U of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, USA
Jane Stuart Baker, U of Alabama, USA
5231
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Kusu
New Methods in Communication and Technology
Communication and Technology
Chair
Drew Berkley Margolin, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Developing and Testing the Facebook Usage Questionnaire (FUQ) and the Perceived Facebook Usage Questionnaire (P-FUQ)
Jessica Trixa, GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, GERMANY
Julia Kneer, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Studying Communication Networks by Merging Mobile Log and Self-Report Data: Enhancing the Name Generator Approach
Jeffrey Boase, U of Toronto, CANADA
Guang Ying Mo, U of Toronto, CANADA
Cyber Resilience Preparedness Index
Ada Sonia Peter, Covenant U, NIGERIA
Scale, Time, and Activity Patterns: Advanced Methods for the Analysis of Online Networks
Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, U of Pennsylvania, USA
5232
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Kashi
Technology Use Within the Family and Across the Lifespan
Communication and Technology
Chair
Erin Flynn Klawitter, Northwestern U, USA
Participants
Examining the Role of Haptic Feedback in Parent-Child Joint Reading Experiences
Drew Cingel, Northwestern U, USA
Anne Marie Piper, Northwestern U, USA
Between Association and Dissociation: How Parents Influence Media Innovativeness at Later Life Stages
Philipp Mueller, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Josephine Schmitt, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Benjamin Kramer, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
From Empty Nest to Social Networking Site: What Happens in Cyberspace When Children are Launched From the Parental Home?
Martin Tanis, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Moniek Buijzen, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Mulitasking Across the Lifespan: The Relationships Between Age, Generation, and Life Circumstances
Alice E. Hall, U of Missouri - St. Louis, USA
Lara Zwarun, U of Missouri - St. Louis, USA
Linking ICT Use at Home, Flexibility, Permeability, and Work-Family Conflict to Technostress and Telecommuting
Louis W. Leung, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Renwen Zhang, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5233
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Kaede
Reporting on Disaster and Conflict
Journalism Studies
Chair
Lea C. Hellmueller, Texas Tech U, USA
Participants
Journalists are Humans, Too: A Phenomenology of Covering the Strongest Storm on Earth
Edson Tandoc, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Bruno Takahashi, Michigan State U, USA
Constructing Cholera: Exploring the Powerful Potential of Citizen Journalism during the Haitian Cholera Epidemic
Joanna Krajewski, U of Iowa, USA
Brian Ekdale, U of Iowa, USA
When Societies Crash: The Emotional Role of News Media in the Aftermath of National Disasters
Stijn Joye, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Evolving Alignments: A Longitudinal Comparative Study of Intermedia Similarity and Diversity in the Coverage of the IsraeliPalestinian Conflict
Christian Baden, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Respondent
Barbie Zelizer, U of Pennsylvania, USA
5240
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Rigel
Social Movements Around the World
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Michael Stohl, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Participants
Layers of Myth and Magic: The “Artist Class” in Brazilian Technology and Myths of Use-Neutrality
Beatrice Choi, Northwestern U, USA
Protest Theming as Safe Authoritarian Audience Costs Strategy: Calls for Boycott During the 2012 China Anti-Japanese
Demonstrations
Joshua Cader, U of Tokyo, JAPAN
Internet Censorship in Digital Divide: Why Chinese Labor Activists Do Not Use ICT in Activism
Yining Zhou, U of California, Davis, USA
Mobilization as Communication: A Latin American Perspective to the Study of Social Movements
Paola Sartoretto, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Understanding Globalization From the Tea Party Movement’s Perspective
Hao Cao, U of Texas, USA
5241
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Vega
Network Analysis in Mass Communication Research
Mass Communication
Chair
Nathan Stolero, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Participants
How Institutions and Culture Shape Global Web Use?
Harsh Taneja, U of Missouri, USA
James G. Webster, Northwestern U, USA
Network Dynamics of Adolescents’ Media Use: Social Selection and Influence Processes of TV and YouTube
Thomas N. Friemel, U of Bremen, GERMANY
Matthias Bixler, U of Bremen, GERMANY
Selection or Influence? A Study of News Media’s Effects on Social Networks and Power Dynamics Among Religious Group
Members
Soo-Kwang Oh, William Paterson U, USA
The World Through the Eyes of the New York Times and People’s Daily: A Network Agenda-Setting Analysis of Psychological
Geography
Maxwell McCombs, U of Texas, USA
Pei Zheng, U of Texas, USA
Paro Pain, U of Texas, USA
5242
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Kiku
Muslim Media-Making Beyond Terrorism, Sermons and the Travails of Diaspora: New Intersectional Approaches to
Everyday Islam and Mediated Communication
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
William Lafi Youmans, George Washington U, USA
Participants
Post-Islamist Sounds: Music, Devotion and Muslim Modernities
Nabil Echchaibi, U of Colorado, USA
Launching their (Cyber)Revolutions: Muslim Women, "Cyberfeminism," and Socio-Political Transformation
Sahar Mohamed Khamis, U of Maryland, USA
Understanding Hijab: Muslim Women’s Motivations for Communicating on Tumblr
Ammina Kothari, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Cosmopolitan Islam in Practice: The Case of Tempo Magazine
Janet Ellen Steele, George Washington U, USA
Respondent
Lawrence Pintak, Washington State U, USA
5243
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Ran
Advances in the Study of Film
Mass Communication
Chair
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Participants
Communicating a Relationship: Pakistan Through the Lens of Hindi Cinema
Amit Ranjan, Indian Council of World Affairs, INDIA
Charu Uppal, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Predicting the Popularity of Mass-Market Films Using Enjoyment and Appreciation Appraisals
Robert Joel Lewis, U of Texas at Austin, USA
Matthew N Grizzard, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Pei Ling Wang, U of Texas at Austin, USA
Science Fiction Provides Meaning for Alien Technologies
Markus Appel, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Stefan Krause, U Koblenz-Landau, Campus Landau, GERMANY
Ulrich Gleich, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Martina Mara, Ars Electronica Futurelab, AUSTRIA
South Korean Hostess Film and Film Censorship During Park Chung Hee's Military Regime (1960-1979)
Molly Hyo Kim, U of Illinois, USA
5245
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Sumire
Populist Parties, Populist Appeals, and Media Populism
Political Communication
Chair
Toril Aalberg, Norwegian U of Science and Technology - Trondheim, NORWAY
Participants
Drivers of Populism: A Four-Country Comparison of Party Communication in the Run-Up to the 2014 EP Elections
Franzisca Schmidt, IKMB U of Bern, SWITZERLAND
Emotional and Persuasive? An Empirical Test of Common Assumptions About Populist Appeals
Dominique Stefanie Wirz, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Media Coverage and Issue Expansion of Right-Wing Populist Parties
Linda Bos, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jonas Lefevere, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Roos Thijssen, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Penelope Helen Sheets, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
On Media Populism: Exploring the Relationship Between Media Preferences and Citizens’ Populist Attitudes
Michael Hameleers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Linda Bos, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
5246
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Koh
Cultural Influence on Friendship, Intimacy, and Conflict at Work
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Hassan Abu Bakar, U of Utara - Malaysia, MALAYSIA
Participants
Easily Connected but Difficult to Get Close: Intercultural Friendship on Social Media Among Taiwanese Sojourners in the United
States
Hong-Chi Shiau, Shih-Hsin U, TAIWAN
Self-Presentations on Gay Networking Apps: Comparing American and Chinese Guys Who Meet Guys on Jack’d
Lik Sam Chan, U of Southern California, USA
What Should Friends Do? Friendship Obligations for Business and Close Friends in US and Russia
Jacqueline J. Schmidt, John Carroll U, USA
Deborrah Uecker, Wisconsin Lutheran College, USA
Four-Tier Intimacy Levels and Direct and Indirect Communication Strategies: A Japan-US Comparison
Jiro Takai, Nagoya U, JAPAN
Peter S. Lee, California State U - Fullerton, USA
Tenzin Dorjee, California State U - Fullerton, USA
Matej Koprda, Nagoya U, JAPAN
Reina Takamatsu, Nagoya U, JAPAN
Wenzhen Xu, Nagoya U, JAPAN
Akira Miyahara, Seinan Gakuin U, JAPAN
Stella Ting-Toomey, California State U, Fullerton, USA
John M. Wiemann, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Communication Issues in Intercultural Teams: The Effects of Team Member Diversity
Vivian Hsueh Hua Chen, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
When Culture Meets Work: A Preliminary Overview of Intercultural Conflicts in International Workplaces
Yijia Guo, U of Oklahoma, USA
5247
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Yoh
Representing Difference and Deviance
Popular Communication
Chair
Sharrona Pearl, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Texting and the Metrolink Train Crash: A Pathological Approach to Critical Media Studies
Travers Scott, Clemson U, USA
A Date With 'The Undateables': An Analysis of the Mediated Public Debate Surrounding the Television Programme 'The
Undateables'
Susan Vertoont, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Class Shaming in Postrecession U.S. Advertising
Matthew P. McAllister, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Anna Aupperle, Pennsylvania State U, USA
5248
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Kei
The Power of Social Media
Public Relations
Mobile Communication
Chair
Kiranjit Kaur, U Teknologi MARA, MALAYSIA
Participants
From Fun to Fan: Examining Relationship Building and Public Engagement on Company Facebook Pages by Using a Uses and
Gratifications Approach
Jiangmeng Liu, U of Miami, USA
Michael North, U of Miami, USA
Cong Li, U of Miami, USA
Corporate WeChat Communication in China: Examining Institutional Factors, Media Richness, Content Type, and Public
Engagement
Yi-Ru Regina Chen, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yang Cheng, U of Missouri, USA
Yan Jin, U of Georgia, USA
Chun-ju Flora Hung-Baesecke, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
Chun-xiao Li, South China Morning Post, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Effect of Online Comments and Public Opinion Polls on Individuals’ Attitude Change and Willingness to Speak Out on Social
Media
Moon J Lee, U of Florida, USA
Jung Won Chun, U of Florida, USA
Motivations and Reservations in Self-Presentation in Social Media: Implications for Public Relations
Ying Xiong, U of Oklahoma, USA
Reddit As A New Platform for Public Relations: Organizations’ Use of Dialogic Principles and Their Publics’ Responses in the
Subreddit IAmA
Phuong Hoan Le, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Yuping Mao, California State U, Long Beach, USA
Respondent
Chun-ju Flora Hung-Baesecke, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
5249
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Board Room
Data Visualization as Communicative Power?
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Giorgia Aiello, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
The Art of Disclosure
Nathaniel Tkacz, U of Warwick, UNITED KINGDOM
Data Visualization and Critical Digital Methods
Jean Burgess, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Data Visualization as Problem-Posing
Rowan Wilken, Swinburne U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Visualisation, Conventions, Power
Helen Kennedy, U of Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM
The ‘Smart’ Mandate: A Speculative History
Orit Halpern, The New School for Social Research, USA
Data Visualization’s Unequal Terrain
Anna Feigenbaum, Bournemouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Following the conference theme, this roundtable focuses on the entanglements of an emergent form of communication, data
visualization, with different types and manifestations of power. As data become more abundant and inform decision-making that
affects all of our lives, the main way that most people get access to data is through their visualization. The roundtable puts data
visualization on the agenda of communications research and interrogates it as a keyword in communication studies today.
5250
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: Continuity and Change in the Theoretical Underpinnings of Media Psychology
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Jonathan Cohen, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
This Blue Sky workshop will bring together scholars of media psychology to discuss the intersection of media psychology and
media effects research given development in media technology, media consumption and new research findings. Our discussion will
focus on the conceptual level and ask whether traditional concepts and theories of media effects are still relevant or whether they
should be replaced to allow new and relevant questions to emerge.
5251
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Anzu
The Role of Language, Narratives, and Framing in Intergroup Relations
Intergroup Communication
Chair
Ji Pan, Fudan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Examining the Effects of Ethnic Identity on linguistic intergroup bias and prejudice in Hong Kong/China relations
Michael Che Ming Chan, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
How Ironic Remarks About Social-Category Members Contribute to Stereotype Formation
Camiel J. Beukeboom, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Christian Burgers, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Communicating Collective Victimhood: Legitimizing Violence by Uncertain Groups and Perceived Group Entitativity
Sucharita Belavadi, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Michael A Hogg, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Partisan Code Words Affect Policy Opinions and Group Demographic Estimation
Becky Robinson, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Scott A. Reid, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
The Power of Stories: Narrativity in Videos Against Extremism and its Effect on Persuasive Processing and Behavioral Intentions
Lena Frischlich, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Diana Rieger, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Anna Morten, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Gary Bente, U of Cologne, GERMANY
5252
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Hagi
Requiring Passports for Ideas: Internet Sovereignty, Strategic Communications, and Public Diplomacy
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Monroe E. Price, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Lokman Tsui, , CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Shawn Powers, Georgia State U, USA
Ko Fujii, Makaira, USA
Min Jiang, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
Amelia Hardee Arsenault, Georgia State U, USA
Reigning concepts of freedom of expression and their circulation "regardless of frontiers" have been increasingly challenged over
the past decade by various techniques for informational segmentation and filtering. Battles over these issues of "how free?" and
"how borderless?" occur at the broad conceptual level at multilateral fora such as the UN's Internet Governance Forum (IGF) and
traditional multilateral settings such as the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). How are these international media policy
events and debates affecting communications research? What will be the impact on international norms of freedom of expression,
sovereignty, and information transfer? What are alternate ways of framing various competing national perspectives and rising
ideologies?
5253
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Fuji
Media, Ferguson, and #BlackLivesMatter
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Shilpa Dave, U of Virginia, USA
Participants
Voices of the Marginalized
Osita Iroegbu, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
How #BlackLivesMatter: Exploring the Role of Hip-Hop Celebrities in Constructing Racial Identity on Black Twitter
Summer Harlow, Florida State U, USA
Anna Benbrook, Florida State U, USA
"Broken Windows" in the Ferguson Era: Original Theory and Contemporary Discourse
Elena Rosa Maris, U of Pennsylvania, USA
The Ballot or the Bullet 50 Years Later: Examining the Ferguson Protests Through the Words of Malcolm X
Fred Jennings, U of Missouri, USA
5254
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Sakura
Communicating With Power for the Media
Sponsored Sessions
Participant
Sissel McCarthy, Hunter College, USA
ICA member & former CNN Anchor Sissel McCarthy will give practical advice on how to present your research to a lay audience.
5260
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Olive
Frames in the News: Where Do They Come From?
Political Communication
Journalism Studies
Chair
Robert M. Entman, George Washington U, USA
Participants
Do Pictures Tell a Different Story? A Multimodal Frame Analysis of the 2014 Israel-Gaza Conflict
Marc Christian Wilhelm Jungblut, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Ieva Zakareviciute, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Networks of News Production: An Interdependent Approach to Understanding Framing and Source Use
Bethany Anne Conway, California Polytechnic State U, USA
Political Polarization and the Framing of Income Inequality in News Media and Social Media
Christopher Frear, U of South Carolina, USA
Anan Wan, U of South Carolina, USA
Seung Mo Jang, U of South Carolina, USA
Towards a Typology of Conflict Frames: Substantiveness and Interventionism in Dutch Political Conflict News
Guus Bartholome, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
5261
Sunday
09:30-10:45
Sage
5320
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Argos C
Sex, Sexting, Sexuality
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Boundaries of Sexual Communication: A Mixed-Method Study Exploring Chinese Young Adults' Engagement With Online Sexual
Health Information
Jingwen Zhang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Chloe Nurik, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Do Media Light Their Fire? The Dual Role of Sexualizing Media in Adolescent Sexual Behavior
Ann Rousseau, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Ine Beyens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Steven Eggermont, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Dutch Adolescents' Motives, Perceptions, and Reflections Toward Sex-Related Internet Use: A Web-Based Focus Group Study
Suzan Doornwaard, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Ine Vanwesenbeeck, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Carol van Nijnatten, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Laura Baams, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Tom ter Bogt, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Regina van den Eijnden, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Exploring the Explanatory Roles of Perceived Utility and Instrumental Attitudes in the Relationship Between Sexually Explicit
Internet Material and Casual Sex
Laura P. Vandenbosch, U of Leuven / U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Jochen Peter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sexting, Snapchat, and Social Norms: Because Everybody is Doing It?
Andrea Gudmundsdottir, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jeroen Jansz, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sexting: Adolescents' Perceptions of the Motives and Consequences of Engaging in the Behavior
Joris Van Ouytsel, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Ellen Van Gool, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Michel Walrave, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Koen Ponnet, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Visiting Chat Rooms, Dating Websites, and Erotic Contact Websites Predicts Adolescents’ Romantic and Sexual Activity
Ine Beyens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Laurens Vangeel, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Steven Eggermont, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
ICA Publication Strategic Planning Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Amy B. Jordan, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Paula M. Gardner, McMaster U, CANADA
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Francois Heinderyckx, U Libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM
Cynthia Stohl, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Elisia L. Cohen, U of Kentucky, USA
Silvio R. Waisbord, George Washington U, USA
John A. Courtright, U of Delaware, USA
Radhika E. Parameswaran, Indiana U, USA
S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Karin Gwinn Wilkins, U of Texas - Austin, USA
David R. Ewoldsen, Michigan State U, USA
Michael J. West, International Communication Association, USA
John Paul Gutierrez, International Communication Association, USA
Laura Sawyer, International Communication Association, USA
Michael L. Haley, International Communication Association, USA
Eun-Ju Lee, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Leonard Reinecke, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Patrick Roessler, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Robin Nabi, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
5321
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Argos D
Online Communities and Media Technologies
Information Systems
Chair
Anika Batenburg, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Digital Innovation in eScience: The Effect of Digital Practice on Traditional Citation-Based Scientific Recognition
Sorin Adam Matei, Purdue U, USA
Sabine Brunswicker, Purdue U, USA
Michael Zentner, Purdue U, USA
Lynn Zentner, Purdue U, USA
Gerhardt Klimeck, Purdue U, USA
Healthcare Workers Sharing Knowledge Online: Motivations and Consequences of Participating in Virtual Communities of Practice
Anika Batenburg, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Mediated Grief on Social Media: The Case of Mourning Lee Kuan Yew’s Passing in Singapore
Yu Jie Ng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Weiai Xu, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Arun Vishwanath, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Information Communication Technologies and Economic Performance
Hyunjin Seo, U of Kansas, USA
Stuart Thorson, Syracuse U, USA
How Website Formats Shape Public Attention on the World Wide Web?
Harsh Taneja, U of Missouri, USA
Angela Xiao Wu, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Playing Versus Watching a Sexualized Female Avatar Under Varied Cognitive Load
Glenna Lee Read, Indiana U, USA
Teresa Lynch, Indiana U, USA
Nicholas L Matthews, Indiana U, USA
“I’ll Present to the Human”: Effects of a Robot Evaluator on Anticipatory Public Speaking Anxiety
Chad Edwards, Western Michigan U, USA
Brett Stoll, Cornell U, USA
Autumn Payge Edwards, Western Michigan U, USA
Patric R. Spence, U of Kentucky, USA
Andrew James Gambino, The Pennsylvania State U, USA
An Experiment in Transmedia Publishing and News Engagement
Andrea Allen Hickerson, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Elena Fedorovskaya, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
5322
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Argos E
CAT Hybrid Session 3: Social Media, Interactions, and Self-Presentation
Communication and Technology
Chair
Nicole Ellison, U of Michigan, USA
Participants
Why Do We Share? Exploring Monetary, Moral, and Social-Hedonic Motives for Internet-Mediated Sharing
Eliane Leontine Bucher, U of St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND
Christian Fieseler , BI Norwegian Business School, NORWAY
Christoph Lutz , BI Norwegian Business School, NORWAY
“Selfiessism” or “Narcissism”?: A Cross-Lagged Panel Answer
Daniel Halpern Halpern, Pontifical Catholic U of Chile, CHILE
Sebastian Valenzuela, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
James E. Katz, Boston U, USA
Click Here to Look Clever: Self-Presentation via Selective Sharing of Music and Film on Social Media
Benjamin K. Johnson, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Giulia Ranzini, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
From Sexy to Sexting: Investigating the Relationship Between Sexy Self-Presentation in Social Media and the Willingness to
Engaging in Sexting
Johanna M.F. van Oosten, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jochen Peter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Motives for Online Friending and Following: The Dark Side of Social Network Site Connections
Jaap W. Ouwerkerk, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Benjamin K. Johnson, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Self-Disclosure on SNS: The Function of Disclosure Intimacy and Narrativity on Perceived Closeness
Ruoyun Lin, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Sonja Utz, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Ana Levordashka, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
The Effects of Facebook Usages, Posts and Replies on Network Heterogeneity and Social Resources
Yuli Patrick Hsieh, RTI International, USA
Shu-Fen Tseng, Yuan Ze U, TAIWAN
Yen-Ching Wu, Yuan Ze U, TAIWAN
“Swipe to the Right”: Assessing Self-Presentation in the Context of Mobile Dating Applications
Sarah Rose Marcus, Rutgers U, USA
5323
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Argos F
Flashlights Game Studies Division
Game Studies
Chair
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Participants
Can Video Games Make You Sexist?
Hugo Aranzaes, The Hero Archetype, PERU
Play it Again?! Nostalgia and the Motivation to Replay Video Games
Tim Wulf, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Play to Win Over: About the Effects of Persuasive Games
Ruud Jacobs, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Animation of Gamers and Gamers as Animators in the Sierra Online Graphic Adventures
Raz Greenberg, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
The Goals of Game Design and the Consequences for Games
Isaac Knowles, Indiana U, USA
Towards a Theoretical Approach to Analyze, Understand, and Design the Induction of Emotions in Videogames
Sylvain Payen, Concordia U, CANADA
The Study of Interpersonal Communication Using Virtual Environments and Digital Animation: Approaches and Methodologies
Daniel Roth, U of Cologne / U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Did you ever wonder what the strange people of the Games Division do? Please feel welcome to join us and listen to seven of our
youngsters giving you an insight on this question. Step away of the theoretical and study based discussions and enjoy seven five
minutes talks on game research, virtual environments, and simulations which summarize in a fun way what is happening nowadays
in our field. Maybe it will help you to get some ideas how to use our approaches for your own field? We need you after all: the
audience will vote for the best Flashlight presentation at the end of this session.
5324
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Navis A
Worlds of Journalism: Comparing Journalistic Cultures in Sixty Countries
Journalism Studies
Chair
Thomas Hanitzsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Participants
Professional Identities and Roles of Journalists
Tim P. Vos, U of Missouri, USA
Liesbeth E.A.H.M. Hermans, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Jan Fredrik Hovden, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Perceived Influences on the News and Factors that Drive News Production
Thomas Hanitzsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Jyotika Ramaprasad, U of Miami, USA
Jesus Antonio Arroyave, U del Norte, COLOMBIA
Journalistic Trust in Public Institutions
Arjen van Dalen, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Rosa Berganza, ACOP - Asociacion de Comunicacion Politica, SPAIN
Morten Skovsgaard, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Nina Elvira Steindl, Ludwig Maximilians U, GERMANY
Transformation of Journalism in a Global Context
Folker Christian Hanusch, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Edson Tandoc, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou, Aristotle U of Thessalonik, GREECE
Nurhaya Muchtar, Indiana U of Pennsylvania, USA
Vittoria Sacco, U of Neuchatel, SWITZERLAND
Respondent
Lars Willnat, Indiana U, USA
This panel reports first comparative findings from the second wave of the Worlds of Journalism Study. Carried out as a collaborative
effort of researchers from around the globe, the study gathered data using questionnaires with a representative sample of journalists
in about 60 countries between 2012 and 2015. The panel specifically highlights four central areas of interest: (1) Professional
identities and the roles of journalists in the surveyed countries, (2) perceived influences on the news and factors that drive news
production, (3) journalistic trust in social institutions with particular emphasis on trust in politics, and (4) the transformation of
journalism as seen through the eyes of the interviewed journalists. We discuss conceptual and methodological challenges faced in
the research process.
5325
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Navis B
Qualitative Studies of Provider-Patient Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Liz Jones, Griffith U, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Breaking Bad News: A Challenge for a Doctor's Communication
Tuula Artkoski, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Marja-Leena Hyvarinen, U of Eastern Finland, FINLAND
Patients’ Lived Experiences With Chronic Pain: A Qualitative Interview-Based Study
Roma Subramanian, U of Missouri, USA
Abby Rolbiecki, U of Missouri, USA
Ben Crenshaw, U of Missouri, USA
Mildred Frances Perreault, U of Missouri, USA
Kyung Jung Han, U of Missouri, USA
Daniel Vinson, U of Missouri, USA
Glen T. Cameron, U of Missouri, USA
Perspectives of Patient Portals: Insights From New Zealand Doctors
Phoebe Frances Elers, Auckland U of Technology, NEW ZEALAND
Reducing Early Elective Deliveries: Obstetricians’ Perceptions of National Interventions on Their Clinical and Communicative
Practices
Kathryn Elizabeth Anthony, U of Southern Mississippi, USA
Julie Lasslo, U of Kentucky, USA
To Be (or Not) a Guinea Pig: Patients’ Knowledge and Beliefs About Cancer Clinical Trials
Mugur Valentin Geana, U of Kansas, USA
Joseph Erba, U of Kansas, USA
5326
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Navis C
Big Data & Networks: Connecting Communities, Organizations, and Reviews
Communication and Technology
Chair
Nathaniel D. Poor, independent scholar, USA
Participants
Why Do Organizations Follow Other Organizations on Twitter? A Longitudinal Study
Jiawei Sophia Fu, Northwestern U, USA
When Internet Really Connects Across Space: Communities of Software Developers in Vkontakte Social Networking Site
Olessia Koltsova, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Sergei Koltcov, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Yadviga Sinyavskaya, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Game of Cues: The Interplay between Star Ratings, Number of Reviews, and Product Reviews in Online Shopping for Health
Products
Seoyeon Hong, Webster U, USA
Zongyuan Wang, U of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA
Shelly L. Rodgers, U of Missouri at Columbia, USA
You Write What You Eat: Linguistic Style, Ratings, and Locale of Yelp Reviews
Drew Berkley Margolin, Cornell U, USA
David Matthew Markowitz, Stanford U, USA
Information Processing Style Moderates the Effect of Input Device on Pre- and Postpurchase Product Evaluations
Suzanne Overmars, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Karolien Poels, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
5330
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Nire
Online Health Literacy, Information Processing, and Seeking
Health Communication
Chair
Gang Han, Iowa State U, USA
Participants
A Replication of Channel Complementarity Theory Among Internet Users in India
Julian Lin, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Mohan Jyoti Dutta, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Digital Divides in Health-Related Internet Use in Europe
Marko Bachl, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
How Health Literacy Influences Online Health Information Processing: Revealing the Underlying Mechanisms
Corine S. Meppelink, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Edith Gloria Smit, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Nicola Diviani, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Julia C.M. van Weert, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Trusted Sources and Channels for Health Information: Exploring Differences in Sociodemographics and eHealth Literacy
Samantha Paige, U of Florida, USA
Janice Krieger, U of Florida, USA
Michael Stellefson, U of Florida, USA
A Matter of Ability and Motivation? Older Cancer Patients’ Recall of Online Cancer Information
Nadine Bol, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Ellen M.A. Smets, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jacobus Burgers, Netherlands Cancer Institute, THE NETHERLANDS
Suzy Samii, Deventer Hospital, THE NETHERLANDS
Hanneke C.J.M. de Haes, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Eugène F. Loos, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jesse Jansen, U of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Julia C.M. van Weert, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
5331
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Kusu
Online Dating: The Beginning, Middle, and End
Communication and Technology
Chair
Mariek Vanden Abeele, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Participants
A Preliminary Exploration of Networked Intimacy: Gay Asian Americans’ Experiences of Using Dating Apps
Lik Sam Chan, U of Southern California, USA
James Lee, U of Southern California, USA
Behavioral Adaptation and Idealization Processes in Long-Distance Dating Relationships: Evidence From Self-Reported and
Linguistic Data
L.Crystal Jiang, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Hyperpersonal Effect in Online Dating: Do We Still Like Each Other When We Meet Face-to-Face?
Marjolijn L. Antheunis, Tilburg U, THE NETHERLANDS
Joseph B. Walther, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Alexander Peter Schouten, Tilburg U, THE NETHERLANDS
Emmelie Hense, Tilburg U, THE NETHERLANDS
Sharing a Breakup With Friends and Family: Patterns and Effects of Interpersonal Media Use on Personal Growth
Mina Choi, U of Wisconsin, USA
Catalina Laura Toma, U of Wisconsin, USA
5332
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Kashi
Arguments, Argumentation, and Language Competence
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Ee Lin Lee, Western Washington U, US
Participants
Argumentation in Malaysia and How It Compares to the US, India, and China
Moniza Waheed, U Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA
Dale Hample, U of Maryland, USA
Modeling the Serial Argument Process in the Case of Asians, African-Americans, and Caucasians in the United States
Ioana A. Cionea, U of Oklahoma, USA
Bobbi Van Gilder, U of Oklahoma, USA
Jacqueline S. Bruscella, U of Oklahoma, USA
Exploring the Relationships Among Message Features, Cognitive Appraisal, and Aroused Emotions of Guilt and Shame: A CrossCultural Study
Jounghwa Choi, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jiyeon So, U of Georgia, USA
Hyunyi Cho, Purdue U, USA
English Language Competence and Self-Construal
Joseph Oliver, Illinois State U, USA
English Language Proficiency as Cultural Capital in South Korea
Hoyoung Kim, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
Intercultural Communication Competence and Bilingualism: A New Investigation
Lily A. Arasaratnam-Smith, Alphacrucis College, AUSTRALIA
5333
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Kaede
Letters to the Editor in Historical and Comparative Contexts
Journalism Studies
Chair
John Steel, U of Sheffield, Department of Journalism Studies, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Letters to the Editor in African American Newspapers
Brian Thornton, U of North Florida, USA
From Integration to Segregation and Back Again: The Historical Rvolution of Letters to the Editor and Audience Comments
Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Outlining the Colombian Soul: Letters to the Editor as a Medium to Trace Colombians Emotional Repertoires
Marta Milena Barrios, U del Norte, COLOMBIA
Letters to the Editor and Online Readers’ Comments: Self- and Cross-Perceptions of Audiences and News Organizations
Marisa Torres da Silva, U Nova de Lisboa, PORTUGAL
Appropriation or Negotiation?: Letters to the Editor as a Challenge to the News Agenda
John Steel, U of Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM
Allison Cavanagh, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Letters to the editor have been an under used resource in scholarly research within journalism studies. Often understood merely in
Habermasian terms, as an ornament of the public sphere, or treated either as a simple reflection of editorial policy or of ‘public
opinion’, we suggest that letters have not been granted the academic attention they deserve. This international panel therefore
explores important questions concerning the enduring role and significance of letters to the editor. The panel is especially concerned
to understand the ways in which news environments, political systems and readerships interact in the production of rival
understandings of the affordances of letters to the editor as a sphere.
5340
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Rigel
The Power of Bollywood: Prospects for Indian Soft Power in the Asian Century
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
David J. Schaefer, Franciscan U, USA
Participants
Bollywood and American Media: Implications for Indian Soft Power
David J. Schaefer, Franciscan U, USA
Dhoom, Rang Fab, Bombay Café: Bollywood Media Assemblages in Singapore
Anjali Roy, Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur, INDIA
Stumbling to Bollywood’s Power: A Critical Analysis of Hollywood’s (Mis)adventures in the Indian Culture Market
Azmat Rasul, Florida State U, USA
Stephen D. McDowell, Florida State U, USA
Barbara Corley Robinson, Florida State U, USA
Mudassir Mukhtar, National U of Modern Languages, PAKISTAN
Defne Bilir, Florida State U, USA
The Political Power of Indian Cinema- An Analysis of “Political” Bollywood films.
Kavita Karan, U of Southern Illinois C., USA
Networked Bollywood: Award-winning families
Sunitha Chitrapu, Sophia Polytechnic, INDIA
Respondent
Daya Thussu, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
In the second decade of the new millennium, the diffusion of Bollywood cinema around the world is widely evident. From Hindilanguage cable channels hawking the latest Bollywood blockbuster in the Americas, to Indian grocery stores playing Bollywood pop
songs at top volume throughout the U.K. and Europe, to fan blogs and streaming movie sites touting the latest Bollywood gossip and
soaps in South Africa and Asia, one can see the artifacts of “Bollywood” wherever one looks. This panel brings together scholars
representing a range of methodological approaches to tackle questions regarding the nature of Bollywood’s contemporary global
power.
5341
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Vega
The Study of Framing in the Context of Politics
Mass Communication
Political Communication
Chair
Magdalena E. Wojcieszak, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
A Time Paradox in Framing Changes in Income Inequality: When Duration Frames Increase, Undermine, and Polarize
Redistributive Policy Preferences
Sungjong Roh, Singapore Management U, SINGAPORE
Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell U, USA
Conflict Framing Effects on Political Polarization: A Test of Self-Categorization Theory
Jiyoung Han, U of Minnesota, USA
Daniel B. Wackman, U of Minnesota, USA
Covering the Economic Crisis: Over-Time and Interoutlet Differences in Salience and Framing
Alyt Damstra, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Rens Vliegenthart, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
What Changed Public Opinion on the Same-Sex Marriage Issue? New Implications of Attributes in Media Agenda Setting
Victoria Y Chen, U of Texas at Austin, USA
Paro Pain, U of Texas, USA
5342
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Kiku
Promising Student Papers
Information Systems
Chair
Zheng Joyce Wang, Ohio State U
Participants
Control Your Facebook: An Analysis of Online Privacy Literacy
Miriam Bartsch, U Hamburg, GERMANY
Tobias Dienlin, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Variation in Probe Tone Frequency Affects Secondary Task Reaction Time
Edgar Jamison-Koenig, Indiana U, USA
Joshua D. Sites, Indiana U, USA
Me(n)tal Health: Social Identity Mediates Psychological Recovery Effects of Music Listening
Sabine Reich, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Katharina Knop-Huelss, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
5343
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Ran
The Study of Emotion and Entertainment Media
Mass Communication
Chair
Alice E. Hall, U of Missouri - St. Louis, USA
Participants
Insensitive Players? Playing Violent Video Games Relates to Impaired Recognition of Negative Emotions
Ewa Miedzobrodzka, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jacek Buczny, SWPS U of Social Sciences and Humanities, POLAND
Elly A. Konijn, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Lydia Krabbendam, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Is Seeing Really Believing? The Underlying Processes of Involvement Across Print and Audiovisual Narratives
Nathan Walter, U of Southern California, USA
Sheila Teresa Murphy, U of Southern California, USA
Lauren B. Frank, Portland State U, USA
Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati, U of Southern California, USA
To Forgive, or Not to Forgive, That is the Question: The Influence of Severity, Blameworthiness, and Commitment on Audiences’
Forgiveness of Media Figures
Mu Hu, West Virginia Wesleyan College, USA
James Young, West Virginia Wesleyan College, USA
“I Love It Even Though It’s Terrible!”: Dimensions of Media Entertainment as Guilty Pleasure
Mary Beth Oliver, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Arienne Ferchaud, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Erica Bailey, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Chun Yang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Meghan Shara Sanders, Louisiana State U, USA
5345
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Sumire
Studying News Exposure in the Digital Era
Political Communication
Chair
Shira Dvir-Gvirsman, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Participants
Measuring Media Diet in a High-Choice Environment: Testing the List-Frequency Technique
Kim Andersen, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Erik Albaek, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Online Media Networks and Audience Flow: Fragmentation in the Production and Consumption of News on the Web
Silvia Majo-Vazquez, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute UOC, SPAIN
Ana Cardenal, U Oberta de Catalunya, SPAIN
Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Persistent Civic Virtue of Online News Exposure: A Field Experiment Using a Popular Portal Website
Tetsuro Kobayashi, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Takahiro Hoshino, Keio U, JAPAN
Takahisa Suzuki, the Graduate U for Advanced Studies, JAPAN
The Stubborn Pervasiveness of Television News in the Digital Age and the Field’s Attention to the Medium, 2010-2014
Nicholas Robinson, Temple U, USA
Chen Zeng, Temple U, USA
Lance Holbert, Temple U, USA
Understanding Political News Media Choice and Effects: Evidence From a Field Experiment
Sophie Lecheler, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
5346
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Koh
Environmental Narratives: Gender Roles, Citizen Engagement, and Storytelling
Environmental Communication
Chair
Richard Buttny, Syracuse U, USA
Participants
Overcoming Silence Through the Neighborhood Storytelling Network: A Community Facing Controversies Over the Reopening of a
Nuclear Plant in Japan
Joo-Young J. Jung, International Christian U, JAPAN
Risa Maeda, International Christian U, JAPAN
Promoting Faith-Based Climate Activism Through Multilevel Narrative Repetition
Pauline Hope Cheong, Arizona Sate U, USA
Boris H. J. M. Brummans, U of Montreal, CANADA
Jennie M. Hwang, U of Montreal, CANADA
"Out of the Dome": An Exploratory Study of Female's Perception of Environmental Health Risk
Yanni MA, Washington State U, USA
Ying Roselyn Du, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Lei Vincent Huang, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Ecomasculinity and Ethics of Daring: Bollywood Through an Ecocritical Lens
Saayan Chattopadhyay, Jadavpur U, INDIA
Sushmita Pandit, Jadavpur U, INDIA
5347
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Yoh
Media Life: Markets and Ethics
Popular Communication
Chair
Anthony Y.H. Fung, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Assembling Infant Mobile Communication: Accidental, Assisted, Automated
Bjorn Nansen, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Darshana Jayemanne, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Telemarketing, 800-Numbers, and the Making of the Perpetual Marketplace
Richard K. Popp, U of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA
Ethics, Evolved: An International Perspective on Copying in the Networked Age
Aram A. Sinnreich, American U, USA
The Changing Format Industry in South Korea: From Illegal Copying to Licensed Formats
Jennifer Minsoo Kang, U of Texas, USA
5348
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Kei
Technologies at Work
Organizational Communication
Chair
Jeffrey William Treem, U of Texas, USA
Participants
So Many Communication Technology Options: Communication Media Repertoires as Reifying Hospital Interprofessional Roles
Keri Keilberg Stephens, U of Texas, USA
Millie Harrison, U of Texas, USA
Yaguang Zhu, U of Texas, USA
Joshua B. Barbour, U of Texas, USA
Meena Iyer, Seton Hospital, USA
Terrie Hairston, Seton Hospital, USA
John Luk, MD, U of Texas, USA
The Dual Role of Mobile Technology in Relation to Autonomy and Control
Amanda J. Porter, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Bart J. van den Hooff, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Camille van der Harten, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Tom Wijman, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Cyberinfrastructure as a Framework for Electronic Health Records (EMR) Diffusion: A Research Agenda
Yaguang Zhu, U of Texas, USA
Kerk F. Kee, Chapman U, USA
In The Wake Of New Media: Strategic Action As Relational Agency
Ib T. Gulbrandsen, Roskilde U, DENMARK
Sine N. Just, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Respondent
Janet Fulk, U of Southern California, USA
5349
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Board Room
Powerful Explorations: Public Relations Theory
Public Relations
Chair
Dean Kruckeberg, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
Participants
Making Sense of Competence Frameworks in Public Relations and Communication Management: Gaps in Knowledge
Magda Pieczka, Queen Margaret U, UNITED KINGDOM
Mandy Powell, Durham U, UNITED KINGDOM
Strategic Ambiguity, Equivocation Theory, and DeflateGate
David Edward Clementson, Ohio State U, USA
The Organizational Power in Reality Construction. Building a Theory of CSR Communication on Meso and Macro Level
Stefan Jarolimek, German U of Police, GERMANY
Pluralistic Ethics and the Dynamics of Public Relations Ethical Dilemmas
Thomas Hove, Hanyang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hye-Jin Paek, Hanyang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Psychological Distance in Public Relations Campaigns
Ah Ram Lee, U of Florida, USA
Linda Hon, U of Florida, USA
Jungyun Won, U of Florida, USA
Respondent
Dean Kruckeberg, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
5350
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: Digital Activism
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Anne Kaun, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Julie Uldam, Roskilde U, DENMARK
Participants
Guobin Yang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Maria Repnikova, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Kecheng Fang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Julia Velkova, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Katerina Girginova, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Rosemary Clark, U of Pennsylvania, USA
This Blue Sky Workshop is dedicated to digital activism, which is studied within diverse disciplines such as anthropology,
sociology, political science, media and communication studies as well as art and design studies. The field hence comprises a rich and
at the same time disparate body of knowledge. Research on digital activism often remains grounded in one particular discipline,
adopting the focal points and assumptions of that discipline. The workshop aims to bring different perspectives on digital activism
together in order to further our understanding of new forms of activism enabled by emerging media technologies. The workshop
topic will be introduced by members of the DigAct network that gathers research on digital activism in Scandinavia, China and the
USA.
5351
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Anzu
Privacy, Copyright, and Piracy
Media Industry Studies
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Julian Thomas, Swinburne U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Powerful Displays: Digital Media Platforms, Cybersecurity, and Trade Policy
Aynne Kokas, U of Virginia, USA
Copyright and the Government’s Market Control: Video Website Copyright Regulation in China
Wei-Ching Wang, National Taiwan Normal U, TAIWAN
Shule Cao, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Jia Dai, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zimuzu, Volunteerism, and Media Industry in China
Darrell Davis, Lingnan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Emilie Yeh, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Predicting the Use of Online Video Platforms: Relating Attitudes Towards Digital Piracy to Consumer Preferences and Willingness
to Pay
Claudia Wilhelm, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
5352
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Hagi
Exploring the Innovative Use of Digital Technologies in the Global Context of Digital and Media Literacy Education
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Chair
Renee Hobbs, U of Rhode Island, USA
Participants
Using IPad Apps for Media Literacy Education
Jie Zhang, Communication U of China, CHINA
Mind Over Media: A Tool for Advancing Media Literacy Education
Renee Hobbs, U of Rhode Island, USA
The Use of iMovie Promotes Intercultural Understanding through Media Literacy Education
Yonty Friesem, Central Connecticut State U, USA
Media Breaker: A Tool for Media Literacy Education
Katherine Fry, CUNY - Brooklyn College, USA
LMS for Media Literacy Education
Silke Grafe, Ruhr U, Bochum, GERMANY
Media Production Tools that Advance Media Literacy
Sirkku Kotilainen, U of Tampere, FINLAND
FlipGrid Enhances Discussion-Based Online Learning in Media Literacy Education
Michael RobbGrieco, Temple U, USA
Screencasting for Media Literacy
Sait Tuzel, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart U, TURKEY
This session features an invited group of global scholars who specialize in offering training and professional development to those
working in elementary, secondary and higher education contexts to advance digital and media literacy competencies. In this fastpaced session, panel members briefly demonstrate a particular digital technology text, tool or technology that supports their work
with learners, contextualize their use of it within their national and situational context, and identify the most significant opportunity
and challenge associated with it. After demonstrating a particular technology tool they have used for digital and media literacy
education, participants identify the most significant opportunity and challenge associated with its use.
5353
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Fuji
The Visual Powers of Place, Space, and Landscape
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Marwan M. Kraidy, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
The Indignados Social Movement and the Globalisation of the Image of the Occupied Square (Top Paper)
Maria Rovisco, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
The City as Medium of Revolution? Beirut Graffiti and the Syrian Uprising
Marwan M. Kraidy, U of Pennsylvania, USA
The Strange Case of Seattle's Lenin: The Temporal and Spatial Boundaries of Public Art Engagement
Samantha Oliver, U of Pennsylvania, USA
The Tragedy of Landscape: Walking the Migrant Path from Italy to France
Karina Horsti, Academy of Finland, FINLAND
The Visual and Cultural Identity of Urban Settings: Starbucks at the Heart
Pamela Kay Morris, Loyola U Chicago, USA
5354
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Sakura
Computational Methods Interest Group Organizational Business Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Jonathan J.H. Zhu, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Tai-Quan Winson Peng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Wouter van Atteveldt, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The interest group focuses on the methods of computational social science (see, for example, Lazar et al., 2009; Watts, 2014) used in
communication research. In particular, computational methods cover computerized tools and algorithms for collecting, processing,
analyzing, and visualizing online data from social media (e.g., BBSs, blogs, microblogs, online social networks, photo-/video
sharing sites, etc.). As such, the group distinguishes from other divisions/groups of ICA (e.g., Communication and Technology,
Mobile Communication, Mass Communication and Society, etc.) that deal with conceptual issues of social media whereas this group
is exclusively oriented to methodological issues.
5360
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Olive
The Agenda-Setting Role of Old and New Media
Political Communication
Chair
Toshio Takeshita, Meiji U, JAPAN
Participants
Attribute Agenda-Setting and Affective Priming in the 2011 Seoul Mayoral Election: How Media Descriptions of Candidate
Attributes Affect Political Decision-Making
Yoomin Lee, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Young Min, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Function of TV News Agenda Setting in the Process of Issue Voting and Vote Choice
Soo Jung Moon, U of West Georgia, USA
Minimal or Just Difficult to Measure? A Panel Study of Agenda-Setting Effects at the Individual Level
Kajsa Larsson Falasca, Mid Sweden U, SWEDEN
Who Sets the Cyber Agenda? Intermedia Agenda-Setting Online: The Case of NSA
Mario Haim, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Gabriel Weimann, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Hans-Bernd Brosius, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
5361
Sunday
11:00-12:15
Sage
News, Journalism, and Information Literacy
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Unveiling Information Literacy of Digital Natives in Secondary Schools: A Swiss Example
Katarina Stanoevska-Slabeva, U of St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND
Severina Mueller, U of St.Gallen, SWITZERLAND
Sabine Seufert, U of St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND
Nina Scheffler, U of St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND
What Makes Adolescents More Engaged Citizens?: The Effects of Skill, Information, and Creation Literacies
Eun-Mee Kim, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Soeun Yang, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Journalism for Children: From Kids to Pirates and Princesses?
Kristin Orgeret, Oslo and Akershus U College, NORWAY
What Makes the Young Read the News? Exploring Factors That Influence Adolescents’ Offline and Online News Reading Behavior
Sacha Sillekens, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Daniel Toebes, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Mariska Kleemans, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Natascha Notten, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Respondent
William R. Davie, U of Louisiana, USA
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
ICA Plenary Interactive Paper/Poster Session III
Sponsored Sessions
This year, ICA will again be presenting three separate plenary poster sessions. This session will feature presenters from
Communication History, Communication Law and Policy; Ethnicity and Race in Communication, Feminist Scholarship; Journalism
Studies; Media Industry Studies; Philosophy, Theory, and Critique; Political Communication; Popular Communication; and Visual
Studies divisions and interest groups. This session will feature presenters from Communication History, Communication Law and
Policy; Ethnicity and Race in Communication, Feminist Scholarship; Journalism Studies; Media Industry Studies; Philosophy,
Theory, and Critique; Political Communication; Popular Communication; and Visual Studies divisions and interest groups.
Communication History Interactive Poster Session
Communication History
Chair
David W. Park, Lake Forest College, USA
Participants
1. Collective Memory of Comfort Women During the Japanese Colonial Rule
Hwalbin Kim, U of South Carolina, USA
Claire Claire Lee, U of Texas at Austin, USA
2. Star Power and the Cultural Politics of Authority in World War
Sue Collins, Michigan Technological U, USA
3. “A Passion for Novelty, and Excitement, and Display”: Press Coverage of Baby Shows, 1853-1855
Richard Lewis, U of Southern Mississippi, USA
4. Developing Style: How the Washington Post Sparked a Cultural Revolution
Thomas R. Schmidt, U of Oregon, USA
5. Players and Contestation Mechanisms in the Journalism Field: A Historical Analysis of Journalism Awards, 1960s-2000s
Joy Michelle Jenkins, U of Missouri, USA
Yong Z. Volz, U of Missouri, USA
6. Women War Correspondents of the First World War: Alice Schalek on the Italian Front, 1915-1917
Stephanie Seul, U of Bremen, GERMANY
Respondents
Nicole Maurantonio, U of Richmond, USA
Michael Meyen, U Munich, GERMANY
David W. Park, Lake Forest College, USA
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
Communication Law and Policy Interactive Poster Session
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Seamus Simpson, U of Salford, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
7. Big Data, Consumer Analytics, and Real-Time Bidding (RTB) Advertising: Emerging Policy and Regulatory Issues on
Consumer Privacy
Kenneth C. C. Yang, U of Texas - El Paso, USA
Yowei Kang, Kainan U, TAIWAN
8. The Demise of Communication Policy: The Case of WHUT's Fight for Survival
Alisa Valentin, Howard U, USA
Jean-Louis Ntang-Beb, Howard U, USA
9. Open Data for Transparency and/or Economic Growth? The Quiet Private Takeover of a Public Resource
Robyn Caplan, Rutgers U, USA
10. The Making and Unmaking of Spatial Opportunity Structure in the Occupy Wall Street Movement
Hao Cao, U of Texas, USA
11. “Your Privacy Is Very Important to Us”: American Mobile Ventures’ Privacy Management
Wenhong Chen, U of Texas, USA
Gejun Huang, U of Texas, USA
Joshua Miller, U of Texas, USA
Kye-Hyoung Lee, U of Texas, USA
Daniel J. Mauro, U of Texas, USA
Bryan Stephens, U of Texas, USA
Xiaoqian Li, U of Texas, USA
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
Ethnicity and Race in Communication Interactive Poster Session
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Norma Jones, Kent State U, USA
Participants
12. Marco Rubio’s Prospective Presidentiality: [email protected] Politics, Race/Ethnicity, and the Presidency
Josue David Cisneros, U of Illinois, USA
13. “You Have to Pick One”: Exploring the Discursive Processes of Identity Development Among Multiethnic-Racial
Individuals
Audra Kate Nuru, Fairfield U, USA
14. Examining Pictorial Information and Bandwagon Effect: Does What We See Influence What We Give?
Enica Castañeda, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Anli Xiao, Pennsylvania State U, USA
15. Not Who You Are but Where You Are: Hispanics’ Behavioral Intentions Towards Energy Conservation
Bruno Takahashi, Michigan State U, USA
Ran Duan, Michigan State U, USA
Anthony Van Witsen, Michigan State U, USA
16. Negotiating Digital Marginalization: A Study of New Computer Users in Newark, New Jersey
Camille Marie Reyes, Trinity U, USA
17. Ethnic Media, Self-Categorization Theory, and Self-Esteem
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Texas A&M U, USA
Marissa Joanna Doshi, Hope College, USA
Muniba Saleem, U of Michigan, USA
Respondent
Norma Jones, Kent State U, USA
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
Feminist Scholarship Interactive Poster Session
Feminist Scholarship
Participants
18. Ada's Algorithm: Reimagining the Machine as Texts
Micky Lee, Suffolk U, USA
19. Breaking the Silence: Women Behind Bars
Tamanika Ferguson, Howard U, USA
20. Perceptions of Gender Issues in the Public Relations Field
Nancy W. Muturi, Kansas State U, USA
Ge Zhu, Kansas State U, USA
21. “I am More Than Just Big Freedia”: Trans* Queer Hip Hop and Pathways of Seeing
Andre Cavalcante, U of Virginia, USA
Greg Lewis, U of Virginia, USA
22. Girls, Gender, Celebrity, and the Contemporary Blockbuster Film Franchise
Sarah Projansky, U of Utah, USA
23. Getting Noticed: Feminist Scholarship in Top-Ranked Communication Journals (1990-2015)
Ingrid Bachmann, Pontificia U Católica de Chile, CHILE
Dustin M. Harp, U of Texas - Arlington, USA
Jaime Loke, U of Oklahoma, USA
Journalism Studies Interactive Poster Session
Journalism Studies
Participants
24. Why Contribute to the Online Public Sphere? The Effect of Communication Infrastructure on Citizen Journalism
Seungahn Nah, U of Kentucky, USA
Masahiro Yamamoto, U of Wisconsin-La Cross, USA
25. A General Pattern of Newsworthiness? Analyzing News Factors in Tabloid, Broadsheet, Financial, and Regional
Newspapers
Mark Boukes, U of Amsterdam / ASCoR, THE NETHERLANDS
Rens Vliegenthart, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
26. Contextualizing Journalism Ethics: A Cross-Cultural Study of Plagiarism and Attribution Between U.S. and Chinese
Journalists
Fan Yang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Bu Zhong, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Norman P. Lewis, U of Florida, USA
Yong Zhou, Renming U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
27. Exploring Participatory Journalistic Content
Merel Borger, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Anita M. J. van Hoof, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
José Sanders, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
28. Interactivity in Egyptian Newspapers
Ahmed Mohamed El Gody, Umea U, SWEDEN
29. It’s Catchy, but it Gets You F*cking Nowhere: How Users Experience Current Affairs TV
Tim Groot Kormelink, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Irene Costera Meijer, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Martijn Kleppe, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
30. More or Less Diverse: An Assessment of the Effect of Attention to Media Salient Company Types on Media Agenda
Diversity in Dutch Newspaper Coverage Between 2007 and 2013
Jeroen G.F. Jonkman, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Damian Trilling, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Piet Verhoeven, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
31. Networked News Time: How Slow—or Fast—Do Publics Need News to Be?
Mike Joseph Ananny, U of Southern California, USA
32. Private Responses to Public Goods: Database Journalism in the Historical Context of Privatization
Andreas Katsanevas, Stanford U, USA
33. Pushy or a Princess? Women Experts and UK Broadcast News
Lis Howell, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Jane B. Singer, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
34. Replacement or Complement: A Niche Analysis of Yahoo news, Television News, and Electronic News
Shu-Chu Sarrina Li, National Chiao Tung U, TAIWAN
35. Scandals Online: The Effects of Valenced Reader Comments on Recipients’ Demand for Punishment and Their
Understanding of Personalized Scandals
Christian von Sikorski, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
36. Social Science Done on Deadline: Data Journalism and its Impact on the Reading Experience and Perceived Credibility
Elena Link, Hanover U of Music, Drama and Media, GERMANY
Daniel Possler, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
37. The Changing Discursive Practices of Chinese Journalistic Community
Fangzhou Ding, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
38. The Role of User-Generated Criticism in Mainstream Media Coverage: How Journalists Cover Online Firestorms
Sabine A. Einwiller, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Sascha Himmelreich, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Benno Viererbl, U of Mainz, GERMANY
39. Understanding Believability of Entertainment vs. Science Satirical News Online in Context of Level of Satire and Source
Reputability
Nisha Garud, Ohio U, USA
40. When Ideology Meets National Interest: How Terrorist Attacks are Framed in China, Russia, and US
Ying Roselyn Du, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Lulu Li, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Respondent
Daniel A. Berkowitz, U of Iowa, USA
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
Media Industry Studies Interactive Poster Session
Media Industry Studies
Participants
41. Relationship Between Advertising and Economy in China: The Roles of Consumption, Economic Development, and Media
Sylvia Chan-Olmsted, U of Florida, USA
Linsen Su, Beijing Jiaotong U, CHINA
42. Toward the Bottom of the Pyramid? Rediscovering the Role of the PSB in India
Subin Paul, U of Iowa, USA
43. The e-Commerce Revolution: Ensuring Trust and Consumer Rights in China
Ming Cheung, U of Adelaide, AUSTRALIA
Philosophy, Theory, and Critique Interactive Poster Session
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Participants
44. Deleuzian Reading of Simulacra Experience and Punctum: Proposing a New Concept, Punctum-Affect
Sookyong Ko, Sogang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
45. Wittgenstein and the Critique of Cultural Discourse
Craig Frayne, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, GERMANY
46. Narrative Experience, Explicated: A Synthesis of Narrative Transportation and Character Identification Literature
Andrew Yee, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
May O. Lwin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Charles T. Salmon, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
47. Trading Cultural Capital for Cosmopolitan Capital: Media Practice as Reconversion Work in a Globalizing World
Johan Eric Lindell, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Martin Danielsson, Halmstad U, SWEDEN
48. Audiences, Users, and a Hermeneutic Promise in the Internet Age
Ranjana Das, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
Political Communication Interactive Poster Session
Political Communication
Participants
49. How News Type Matters: Indirect Effects on Political Participation Through Knowledge and Efficacy
Kim Andersen, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Camilla Bjarnoee, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Erik Albaek, U of Southern Denmark, Centre for Journalism, DENMARK
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
50. Media Consumption and Asian Values as Predictors of Attitudes Towards Media Freedom in East and South East Asia
Dani Madrid-Morales, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
51. The Fact of Experience: Rethinking Political Knowledge and Civic Competence
Katherine J. Cramer, U of Wisconsin, USA
Benjamin J Toff, U of Wisconsin, USA
52. Amalgamating Trade and Development: A Mythology of Coherence in Democratic Governance
Byron Hauck, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
53. Citizen Production and Civic Participation: Testing a Moderated Mediation Effect of Political Discussion
Seungahn Nah, U of Kentucky, USA
Masahiro Yamamoto, U of Wisconsin-La Crosse, USA
54. Gender-Empathic Constructions, Empathy, and Support for Compromises in Intractable Conflict
Yossi David, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Nimrod Rosler, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Ifat Maoz, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
55. How Exposure to Counterattitudinal Messages From the Same Party Influences Online Information-Seeking and Attitude
Change
Sangwon Lee, U of Wisconsin, USA
Jihyun Esther Paik, U of Wisconsin, USA
56. Influencing the News Through Social Media: Online Agenda Building and Normalization During a Pre-Electoral Campaign
Period
Matti Nelimarkka, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, FINLAND
Salla-Maaria Laaksonen, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Mari Marttila, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
Arto Kekkonen, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, FINLAND
Mari Tuokko, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Mikko Villi, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
57. Measuring Public Will: The Case of Michigan Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Thanomwong Poorisat, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Franklin J. Boster, Michigan State U, USA
Charles T. Salmon, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
58. Modeling Partisan Media Effects in the 2014 U.S. Midterm Elections
Benjamin Ryan Warner, U of Missouri, USA
59. Negative Advertising Effects on Presidential Support Rates: A Hierarchical Linear Modeling and Serial Dependency Study
Tao (Jennifer) Ma, U of Connecticut, USA
David J. Atkin, U of Connecticut, USA
60. Overcoming the Perceptual Obstacles to Deliberation Preparedness: The Role of Ambivalence in Mitigating Perceptions of
Bias
Wenjie Yan, Washington State U, USA
61. Perceptual Processes and Political Participation: Do Presumed Reach and Presumed Influences of Online Media Affect
Political Online Activities?
Uli Bernhard, Hochschule Hannover, GERMANY
Marco Dohle, U of Duesseldorf, GERMANY
Gerhard Vowe, U of Duesseldorf, GERMANY
62. Responsive Government? Public Opinion and Government Policy Preference in Post-Handover Hong Kong
Chuanli Xia, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Fei Chris Shen, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
63. Rethinking MSD Theory in Social Media Era: Chinese International Students’ Sense-Making of Political News
Xiaoyan Fu, Nanjing U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yuan Wang, U of Alabama, USA
64. The Dream of Statehood and the Reality of Conflict: Local and International Coverage of the Palestinian UN Bid for
Statehood
Yuval Karniel, Interdisciplinary Center, ISRAEL
Amit Lavie-Dinur, IDC Herzliya, ISRAEL
Tal Samuel-Azran, IDC Herzliya, ISRAEL
65. The Effects of Politicians Dodging Questions: Trustworthiness, Suspicion, Rumination, and Perceptions of Dodging
David Edward Clementson, Ohio State U, USA
5427
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
5427
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12:30-13:45
Grand Foyer
Popular Communication Interactive Poster Session
Popular Communication
Participants
66. A Very Special Makeover: Face Transplants on Television
Sharrona Pearl, U of Pennsylvania, USA
67. Antifandom, Moral Panic, and Singapore’s Celebrity Blogger, Xiaxue
Hattie Liew, The Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
68. Binge-Watching Motivates Change: How the Uses and Gratifications of Streaming Video Viewers are Challenging
Traditional Audience Research
Emil Steiner, Temple U, USA
kun xu, Temple U, USA
69. How to Laugh at a Dead Terrorist: The Communicative Paradoxes of Post 9/11 Standup Comedy
Bimbisar Irom, Washington State U, USA
70. On Ilbe Storehouse: Who Needs a Subculture?
Hojeong Lee, Temple U, USA
Jaehyeon Jeong, Temple U, USA
71. Spanish Queens and Jesters: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Video Blog (“Vlog”) Spanish Queens
Liliana P. Acevedo Callejas, Ohio U, USA
Michelle L. Acevedo Callejas, U of Iowa, USA
72. Trans Baby Boom: Documenting the Pregnant Man
Traci Abbott, Bentley U, USA
73. What is Objectification Without Sex? A Reading of Sexual and Nonsexual Objectification in Preteen-Popular TV Shows
Annebeth Bels, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Hilde Dy Van den Bulck, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Visual Communication Studies Interactive Poster Session
Visual Communication Studies
Participants
74. Empowering the Mentally Ill: From Visual Competence to Social Capital
Yan Yan Lam, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
75. Marketing Visual Fidelity for The Peanuts Movie: Maintaining Consumer Confidence Despite Visual Change
Stephen Lind, Washington and Lee U, USA
76. Neoliberal Gaze and Digital Image in Tetsuya Nakashima’s Films
Mi Young Park, Southern Ilinois U - Carbondale, USA
77. Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in Japanese Manga Culture: A Preliminary Analysis
Yukari Seko, Guelph U, CANADA
Minako Kikuchi, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry, JAPAN
78. The Ambivalent Image Factory of Chinese Independent Animation
Weihua Wu, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
79. The Semiotic Functions of Face Masks in Antismog Campaigns
Anli Xiao, Pennsylvania State U, USA
5471
International Encyclopedia Advisory Board
Sunday
12:30-13:45
Bay Penthouse
Sponsored Sessions
Participants
Akiba A. Cohen, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Charles R. Berger, U of California - Davis, USA
Cindy Gallois, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Denis McQuail, unaffiilated, UNITED KINGDOM
Joanne Cantor, U of Wisconsin, USA
Joseph N. Cappella, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Joseph M. Chan, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Karen Ross, Northumbria U, UNITED KINGDOM
Maria Jose Canel, U Complutense de Madrid, SPAIN
Paolo Mancini, U di Perugia, ITALY
Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Robert T. Craig, U of Colorado - Boulder, USA
Robin Elizabeth Mansell, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Youichi Ito, Akita International U, JAPAN
John Nguyet Erni, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Janet Wasko, U of Oregon, USA
Kyu Ho Youm, U of Oregon, USA
K. Viswanath, Harvard U, USA
Klaus Bruhn Jensen, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
Karin Gwinn Wilkins, U of Texas - Austin, USA
Patti M. Valkenburg, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Rebecca B. Rubin, Kent State U, USA
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Cynthia Luanne Carter, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
John O. Greene, Purdue U, USA
Howard Giles, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
John D.H. Downing, Northwestern U in Qatar, USA
Kevin G. Barnhurst, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Karen Tracy, U of Colorado, USA
Carroll J. Glynn, Ohio State U, USA
Hans Mathias Kepplinger, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Stuart Allan, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Stephen D. Reese, U of Texas - Austin, USA
Juergen Wilke, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Katherine Miller, Texas A&M U, USA
Winfried Schulz, U of Erlangen-Nuernberg, GERMANY
Debra L. Merskin, U of Oregon, USA
Hans-Bernd Brosius, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Robert N. Gaines, Ars Rhetorica, USA
Betteke A.A. Van Ruler, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Robert L. Heath, U of Houston, USA
Michael S. Griffin, Macalester College, USA
Young Yun Kim, U of Oklahoma, USA
5520
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Argos C
Funding for Communication Scholars: Opportunities at the European Research Council
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Frank Kuhn, European Research Council, BELGIUM
Participants
Thorsten Quandt, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Patti Valkenburg, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sonja Utz, Liebniz-Institut für Wissensmedie, GERMANY
ERC funds the very best researchers from around the world to investigate topics of their own choosing at the frontier of
knowledge. Projects should have the potential to substantially transform their scientific area. Scholars with a PhD older than 2
years and willing to work for part of the time at a host institution in the EU or countries associated with the Framework
Programme H2020 (e.g. Switzerland, Norway, Israel, Turkey, etc.) can apply. There are no restrictions on research topic,
researcher nationality, current affiliation or age as ERC would like to attract the best researchers to come to Europe for
projects of up to 5 years with a funding level between 1.5 and 3.5 million EUR (depending on the call).
5521
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Argos D
Cognition, Attitude, and Persuasion
Information Systems
Chair
Janet R. Meyer, Kent State U, USA
Participants
Threat Appeals: The Fear-Persuasion Relationship is Linear and Curvilinear
James Price Dillard, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Ruobing Li, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Yan Huang, The Pennsylvania State U, USA
Objective and Perceived Similarity in Persuasion: Smoker-Audience Similarity in Antismoking Campaigns
Minji Kim, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Becky Lau, U of Chicago, USA
Emily Falk, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Understanding Age Segmentation in Persuasion: The Interplay of Material and Experiential Purchases and Ordinary and
Extraordinary Frames
Jing (Taylor) Wen, U of Florida, USA
Naa Amponsah Dodoo, U of Florida, USA
Linwan Wu, U of Florida, USA
Ilyoung Ju, U of Florida, USA
Jieun Chung, U of Florida, USA
Sriram Kalyanaraman, U of Florida, USA
Effects Of Brand Feedback, Stability, and Controllability of the Cause of the Problem on Brand Attitudes And Purchase Intentions
Manu Bhandari, Arkansas State U, USA
Shelly L. Rodgers, U of Missouri, USA
Belief Accessibility and Attitudes Toward Political Candidates
Janet R. Meyer, Kent State U, USA
Back to the Future: Implicit Attitudes as Expressions of Directional Behavioral Response
Yijie Wu, Florida State U, USA
Anthony Almond, Indiana U, USA
Annie Lang, Indiana U, USA
Motivational Relevance of Attitude Object Moderates Implicit-Explicit Attitude Correlation
Yijie Wu, Florida State U, USA
Cognitive Threshold of Viewers' Online News Reading: Interaction Effects of Heuristic Cues and Involvement on Audiences'
Attitudes
Hocheol Yang, Temple U, USA
Edward Horowitz, Cleveland State U, USA
Cheryl Campanella Bracken, Cleveland State U, USA
Gary R. Pettey, Cleveland State U, USA
5522
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Argos E
Communication and Media Challenges in Africa (High Density)
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Agnes Lucy Lando, Daystar U, KENYA
Participants
An Investigation of How Two Kenyan Newspapers Have Framed Islam in Pre (August 1998-August 2008) and Post Terrorism
(August 2008-August 2017) Kenya
Joy Kibarabara, Daystar U, KENYA
Evaluating Effectiveness of Hiv Risk Communication In Kenya: A Correlation Between Construction of Meaning, Interpretation
and Hiv Risk Decision Making Among Adolescents in Homabay County
Mercy Khasiani, Daystar U, KENYA
Communication Research in Africa: What is Happening, Where it is Happening, and Why it is Not Always Happening as it Should
Dorothy W. Njoroge, , KENYA
The Role of Dc3 (Daystar University Compassion and Care Centre) in the Uptake of Breast Cancer Screening Among Continuing
Education Female Students
Eunice Ndungu, Daystar U, KENYA
The Influence of Social Media on Youth Towards Political Participation in Tanzania
John Britto Rajendran, Daystar U, KENYA
Integrating Participatory Communication into Slum Upgrading in Kibera: The Case of the Kenya Slum Upgrading Programme
Communication Strategy
Lilian Kimeto, Daystar U, KENYA
Michael Bowen, Daystar U, KENYA
The Efficacy of the Social Learning Theory in Unlearning the Dehumanizing and Aggravating Effects of Stereotyping Caused by the
Christian Religion
Anthony Okuku, Daystar U, KENYA
Conceptualizing the Ethics of Citizen Journalism in Kenya
Miriam Ayieko, Daystar U, KENYA
Media Therapy: Understanding Why Kenyan Women Self Disclose Their Love Challenges on Television and Radio
Agnes Lucy Lando, Daystar U, KENYA
Stella Mwangi, Daystar U, KENYA
Why ICAfrica is Important for Africa: An Examination of Why African National, Regional and Continental Communication
Academic Bodies Still Limp
Bala A. Musa, Azusa Pacific U, USA
Africa is continent that is not only geographically vast but also one that is gigantic in varied communication issues such as training
of journalists or communication practice. In order to have a foretaste of these various, the following 10 abstracts each present a
unique scenario of communication and media challenges and angles in Africa in general and Kenya in particular.
5523
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Argos F
The Power of Trust in Public Relations
Public Relations
Chair
Petra Theunissen, Auckland U of Technology, NEW ZEALAND
Participants
The Impact of Trust on Public Relations Practitioners’ Job Satisfaction: A Moderated Multiple Mediation Analysis
Juan Meng, U of Georgia, USA
Bruce K. Berger, U of Alabama, USA
Reconceptualizing Trust in the Context of OPR: An Interdisciplinary and Synthetic Approach
Qing Huang, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
What Does Trust Mean in Public Relations Research? A Reflection on the Vision of Public Relations
Qing HUANG, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Network Analysis of Agenda Building in NFL Crisis Situation
Ji Young Kim, U of Hawaii, USA
Tiffany Lynn Schweickart, U of Florida, USA
Jordan Neil, U of Florida, USA
Tianduo Zhang, U of Florida, USA
Liudmila Khalitova, U of Florida, USA
Barbara Myslik, U of Florida, USA
Craig E. Carroll, New York U, USA
Spiro K. Kiousis, U of Florida, USA
Information Flow and Leadership Challenges: A Global Study on Effective Responsive Strategies in Public Relations Practice
Juan Meng, U of Georgia, USA
Michael Cacciatore, U of Georgia, USA
Bruce K. Berger, U of Alabama, USA
Respondent
RS Zaharna, American U, USA
5524
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Navis A
Dialogues in Journalism Studies: Structuring Public Understanding of Journalism Through Metajournalism
Journalism Studies
Chair
Stephanie L. Craft, U of Illinois, USA
Participants
Metajournalistic Discourse as Boundary-Making Dialogue
Matt Carlson, Saint Louis U, USA
Metajournalism and Media Ethics
Stephanie L. Craft, U of Illinois, USA
Ryan James Thomas, U of Missouri, USA
Metajournalistic Discourse Through the Lens of Actor-Network Theory
Juliette De Maeyer, U de Montreal, CANADA
Metacoverage and the Mediatization of Politics: How Changes in News Logic Affect Campaign Logic
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Paul D'Angelo, College of New Jersey, USA
Reflexive publicity: Metajournalism and the Public Sphere
Luke Goode, U of Auckland, AUSTRALIA
In the context of the greatly increased opportunities for public participation in shaping journalism in the digital age, the significance
of metajournalism – discourse in and around journalism, about journalism –has likewise increased. This panel brings together
scholars who approach metajournalism and metacoverage from a number of theoretical perspectives, including boundary work and
paradigm repair, actor-network theory, mediatization, the public sphere, and media ethics. Panelists will address where and how their
conceptual and operational definitions overlap (or don't), how each theoretical approach has contributed to greater understanding of
metajournalism, methodological issues in identifying and analyzing metajournalistic discourse, and promising avenues for future
research.
5525
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Navis B
Provider-Patient and Other Hospital-Based Health Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Cindy Gallois, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Participants
A Self-Determination Perspective of Online Health Information: The Internet vs. Face-to-Face Office Visits With Physicians
Seow Ting Lee, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Julian Lin, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
How Nurse Station Design Shapes Communication, Patient Care Processes, and Patient Outcomes
Kevin Real, U of Kentucky, USA
Temporal Dynamics in the Daily Lives of Health Practitioners
Cynthia Wang, U of Southern California, USA
The Role of Phatic Communication Between Diabetes Patients and Their Physicians
Elizabeth Glowacki, U of Texas, USA
William A Donohue, Michigan State U, USA
The Strength and Form of L1 Discursive Features of HIV/AIDS Consultations in South Africa
Diana Benyuei Njweipi-Kongor, St Jerome Catholic U Institute- Douala, CAMEROON
5526
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Navis C
Varying Visibilities in Social Media
Communication and Technology
Chair
Elizabeth Newbury, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Anonymous Online Communication Between Disinhibition, Self-Disclosure, and Social Identity: A Complementary Mixed-Method
Study
Fabian Wiedel, Passau U, GERMANY
Michael Johann, Passau U, GERMANY
Julian Windscheid, U of Passau, GERMANY
Katrin Tonndorf, Passau U, GERMANY
Anonymous Online Interaction and its Benefits for Adolescents
Nicole Ellison, U of Michigan, USA
Lindsay Blackwell, U of Michigan, USA
Penny Trieu, U of Michigan, USA
Cliff Lampe, U of Michigan, USA
Tsubasa Morioka, independent scholar, USA
"Beyond Pseudonymity": The Sociotechnical Structure of Online Military Forums
Sarah Maltby, U of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM
Helen Thornham, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Visible if You Do, Visible if You Don’t: How Social Media Complicates Concealment and Disclosure of Stigmatized Political
Beliefs in an Authoritarian Setting
Katy Elizabeth Pearce, U of Washington, USA
Jessica Vitak, U of Maryland, USA
5530
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Nire
Health Communication in/on Social Media
Health Communication
Chair
Minsun Shim, Inha U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Beyond Words: Amplification of Cancer Risk Communication on Social Media
Yulia Strekalova, U of Florida, USA
Does Liking Social Media Health Messages Lead to Changes in Attitude Toward a Health Behavior?
Ji Young Lee, West Virginia U, USA
Michael D. Slater, Ohio State U, USA
Message Framing and Credibility Assessment: Examining the Role of Social Endorsement in Facebook
SHUANG LIU, Washington State U, USA
Porismita Borah, Washington State U, USA
Predicting Well-Being of College Students: The Roles of Facebook Communication, Social Support, Stress, and Self-Esteem
Yixin (Cindy) Chen, Sam Houston State U, USA
Jian Rui, Lamar U, USA
Richard Bello, Sam Houston State U, USA
Thinsperation vs. Thicksperation: Comparing Proanorexic and Fat Acceptance Image Posts on Photo-Sharing Sites
Sarah Rose Marcus, Rutgers U, USA
5531
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Kusu
Motivations for Technology Adoption and Use
Communication and Technology
Chair
Weiyu Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Participants
Facilitating Communication With Power? Text Messaging Gratifications Among College Students in the US and Japan
Kumi Ishii, Western Kentucky U, USA
Tyler Rife, Western Kentucky U, USA
Naomi Kagawa, Shimane U, JAPAN
Why Do People Blog? A Q-Analysis of Motivations for Blogging
Clark Callahan, Brigham Young U, USA
Tom Robinson, Brigham Young U, USA
Jason Freeman, Brigham Young U, USA
Yingying Li, Brigham Young U, USA
Enjoyment of New Social Q&A Websites Using
Di Cui, Florida State U, USA
Qihao Ji, Florida State U, USA
Is Smartwatch an IT Product or Fashion Product? Factors Affecting the Intention to Use Smartwatch
Jaewon Choi, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
To Gamificate or Not to Gamificate? An Experimental Study of the Influence of Badges on Motivation and Behavior in an Online
Learning Course
Elias Kyewski, U Duisburg - Essen, GERMANY
Nicole C. Kramer, U of Duisburg - Essen, GERMANY
5532
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Kashi
Images of Women Across Cultures
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Maria Teresa Soto-Sanfiel, U Autonoma de Barcelona, SPAIN
Participants
Colonial Diva and Unclaimed Memory: The Unheard Voice of a Modern Girl as Cultural Icon
Yongwoo Lee, New York U, USA
Women’s Empowerment: A Case Study of an Educational Program in Rural India
Purba Das, Ohio U Southern, USA
Jeffery Chaichana Peterson, Washington State U, USA
Rashmi Sharma, Ohio U, USA
Achieving Cultural Pluralism? Selective Inclusion of Female Muslim Figures in the News
Lindsey Erin Blumell, Texas Tech U, USA
Culturally-Situated Femininity: Language, Identity, and Gender Role Negotiation in Taiwan
Hsin-I Sydney Yueh, Northeastern State U, USA
A Cross-National Comparison in the Relationship Between Habitual Media Use and the Perception of "Healthy" and "Frail" Thin
Ideals Across US and Korean College Students
Kyungbo Kim, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Between Two Worlds: Women in Ultraorthodox Media
Sharon Avital, Tel-Aviv U, ISRAEL
5533
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Kaede
What is "News Content"? Perspectives on Texts and Production
Journalism Studies
Chair
Arjen van Dalen, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Participants
A Gatekeeper Among Gatekeepers: The Impact of One News Agency on Political News in the Netherlands
Kasper Welbers, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Wouter van Atteveldt, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jan Kleinnijenhuis, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Nel Ruigrok, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Economic News for the Public Interest or Promotion of Commercial Interests? Changes in Economic News Over the Past 20 Years
in South Korea
Nayeon Lee, Sungshin Women's U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Kanghui Baek, Hankuk U of Foreign Studies, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Journalism as Multichannel Communication: A Study on the Use of Social Media in German Newsrooms
Christoph Neuberger, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Susanne Langenohl, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Christian Nuernbergk, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
The Multifaceted Role of User-Generated Content in News Websites: A Conceptual Framework
Idit Manosevitch, Netanya Academic College, ISRAEL
Ori Tenenboim, U of Texas, USA
Beget the Error? A Quasiexperimental Study of Corrections at Five Newspapers Before and After Outsourcing of All Copy Editing
Justin D. Martin, Northwestern U in Qatar, QATAR
Ralph Martins, Northwestern U in Qatar, QATAR
5540
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Rigel
Collective Action and Digital Advocacy
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Priya Kapoor, Portland State U, USA
Participants
Algorithms and Collective Action: Between Collective Identity and Visibility
Stefania Milan, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
"Fake" Accounts, Real Activism: Political Faking and User-Generated Satire as Activist Intervention
Elisabetta Ferrari, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Advocacy Repertoires and the Contentious Politics of Network Neutrality
James Losey, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
The Strategic Advocate in the Digital Storm: How International NGOs Pursue Publicity Online
Matthew Powers, U of Washington, USA
Alternative Media, Video Activism, and the Proliferation of Unintentional Surveillance in Turkey
Ilkin Mehrabov, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
5541
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Vega
Advances in Third-Person Effects Research
Mass Communication
Chair
Benjamin H. Detenber, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Participants
Bandwagon for Them and Underdog for Me? Examining Third-Person Perceptions of Pre-Election Polls
Stella C. Chia, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Media Beliefs and Third-Person Perception: A Perspective Revised
Thorsten Naab, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Not All Perceptual Gaps Were Created Equal: Explicating the Third-Person Perception (TPP) as a Cognitive Fallacy
Lijiang Shen, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Ye Sun, U of Utah, USA
Zhongdang Pan, U of Wisconsin, USA
Perceived Audiences, Efficacy Beliefs, and Third-Person Perceptions
Sonny Rosenthal, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
5542
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Kiku
Participation and Governance Processes in Social Change
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Joseph D. Straubhaar, U of Texas - Austin, USA
Participants
Scalar Politics and the Question of Fit in a Mediatized World: Towards a Critical Geopolitics of Arctic Governance
Miyase Christensen, Stockholm U / Royal Institute of Technology(KTH), SWEDEN
Annika Nilsson, Stockholm Environment Institute, SWEDEN
The Great British Property Scandal: Transmedia Strategies for Social Change
Renira Rampazzo Gambarato, National Research U Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Productive Tensions Between Institutional and Grassroots Participation: The Case of Medellin’s Participatory Budgeting
Melissa Brough, U of California, Irvine, USA
Green Public Diplomacy and Global Governance: The Evolution of the US-China Climate Collaboration Network, 2008-2014
Aimei Yang, U of Southern California, USA
Rong Wang, U of Southern California, USA
Jian Wang, U of Southern California, USA
Discourses of Power, Altruism and the 'Self' Within the Practice of International Volunteerism
Nathaniel John Laywine, McGill U, CANADA
5543
Media, Race, Ethnicity, and Stereotypes
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Ran
Mass Communication
Chair
Lance Holbert, Temple U, USA
Participants
Cultivation of Attitudes Toward African Americans: Sports, News, and Situation Comedies
Morgan E. Ellithorpe, U of Pennsylvania, USA
David R. Ewoldsen, Michigan State U, USA
Examining the Preference of Gender Over Race in Judging Suspects in Stand Your Ground Incidents
Lanier Frush Holt, Ohio State U, USA
Osei Appiah, Ohio State U, USA
Katherine R. Dale, Florida State U, USA
Tiffany Nichole White, Ohio State U, USA
Moral Cleansing and Moral Licensing Through Media
Sven Joeckel, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Leyla Dogruel, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Allison Eden, VU U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Effects of Subtle Visual (Dis)similarity Cues on Evaluation of Controversial Sociopolitical Messages
Magdalena E. Wojcieszak, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Rachid Azrout, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Amanda Paz Alencar, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
5545
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Sumire
Young Citizens, Social Media, and (Online) Political Participation
Political Communication
Chair
Brian E Weeks, U of Michigan, USA
Participants
Tune-in Tune-Out Political Engagement: Porous Boundaries, Low Thresholds, and the Development of Online Political Engagement
Mats Erik Ekstrom, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Adam Shehata, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
A New Generation of Chinese Digital Citizens Coming of Age: Political Socialization Towards Civic Engagement
Mengyang Zhao, U of Washington, USA
Blasting and Posturing: A Gender Divide in Young Facebook Users’ Online Political Participation
Christian Pieter Hoffmann, U of Leipzig, GERMANY
Christoph Lutz, BI Norwegian Business School, NORWAY
Robin Poell, U of St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND
Mobilizing Youth in the 21st Century: How Digital Media Use Fosters Civic Duty, Information Efficacy, and Political Participation
Judith Moeller, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Rinaldo Kuehne, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Social Media Use and the Structure of Young People's Public Affairs Participation in China
Peiying Huang, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Francis L. F. Lee, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5546
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Koh
The Quantified/Qualified Self
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Sun ha Hong, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Verified: Twitter, Identity Management, and the ’Quantified Self’
Alison Hearn, U of Western Ontario, CANADA
Social Media and the Qualified Self
Lee Humphreys, Cornell U, USA
Intimacy, Objectivity and Morality in the Quantified Self
Sun ha Hong, U of Pennsylvania, USA
House, schoolhouse, jailhouse: The other Internet of Things
Jessa Lingel, Microsoft Research, USA
The quantification and qualification of selves is a central tendency in contemporary new media technologies. Consider the recent
uproar over Peeple – a ‘Yelp for people’ that promises to let people rate other people by their personality, suitability for dating, and
more. This panel examines the many such ways in which quantification and qualification intersects vis-à-vis the idea, feeling, and
practice of the ‘self’. It analyses a diverse set of empirical contexts where the quantified and qualified are entangled. We consider
social media, self-tracking, online identity management and the Internet of Things, focusing on the deployed parameters of each
situation or platform while pointing to the broader conceptual connections.
5547
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Yoh
Fandom in Transition: Fan Adaptations to Changes in Media Texts and Celebrities' Lives
Popular Communication
Participants
Reading Rewritten: Ambiguously Gendered Characters and American Anime and Manga Fandom
Casey Brienza, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
“Creature” Hair and Teddy Bears: Discussions of Femininity and Sexuality in Miley Cyrus’ 2013 MTV VMA Performance
Caitlin Elizabeth Lawson, U of Michigan, USA
Queer Yet Straight? The Complexities of (Re-)Negotiation Bruce and Caitlyn Jenner’s Fan Base
Hilde Dy Van den Bulck, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
The Aftermath of Loss in Fandom
Denise D. Bielby, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
C. Lee Harrington, Miami U, USA
Loving Finn and Mourning Cory: Fan Reaction to the Sudden Death of Cory Monteith
Melissa A. Click, U of Missouri, USA
Hyunji Lee, U of Missouri, USA
Building on recent scholarship that aims to explore the cyclic nature of fandom, fan reaction to endings and deaths of fan objects,
and fandom over the lifecourse (Harrington and Bielby 2014), the diverse collection of projects that compose this panel aims to
explore fans and fan communities that have been impacted by changes—whether through translation, transition, or death—in the
media texts and celebrities they enjoy. The panel’s focus on the understudied topic of how and why fans adapt to changes in media
texts and celebrities will help us more fully understand how fans utilize their fandom to make sense of themselves and the world.
5548
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Kei
Identity and Power Relations in Organizations
Organizational Communication
Chair
Vernon D. Miller, Michigan State U, USA
Participants
Communicating With Power in Organizations: Discursive Meanings of Leadership for Women in STEM Careers
Debalina Dutta, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Mediated Identity Regulation and its Promoid and Paranoid Responses
Sanne Frandsen, Lund U, SWEDEN
Mette Morsing, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
To Come Out or Not To Come Out: Managing Minority Religious and Spiritual Identity in the American Workplace
Piyawan Charoensap-Kelly, U of Southern Mississippi, USA
Why Does Employee Communication Matter in Employee-Organizational Relationships? Exploring the Linkages Among Employee
Communication, Relational Trust, and Ethical Organizational Climates
Soo-Yeon Kim, Sogang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Daewook Kim, Hanyang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Respondent
Joel Dag Rasmussen, Oslo and Akershus U College, SWEDEN
5549
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Board Room
On the Edge of Tomorrow: Media Studies, the Obsession With Change, and History
Communication History
Chair
Sonja Donata Kretzschmar, U of the Federal German Army, GERMANY
Participants
What Difference Does it Make? Continuity and Change as Sensitizing Concepts for Communication Studies and Communication
History
Christian Schwarzenegger, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Susanne Kinnebrock, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Revolutionizing Society through Technology: Utopian Views on New Media
Nelson Costa Ribeiro, U Católica Portuguesa, PORTUGAL
Nothing Really Changes vs. Everything is Constantly Changing. Reflections on Two Determinisms
Gabriele Balbi, U of Lugano, SWITZERLAND
Change in Two Registers: Media Change and Communication Study Change
David W. Park, Lake Forest College, USA
Respondent
Jiang Chang, Renmin U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Communication scholarship somehow appears to be obsessed with change: It has become common place to see profound and
fundamental changes in social and cultural life as related to changing media environments. Nevertheless, change is often a vague
concept related to the latest media innovations; it lacks theoretical clarity about its very notion that can be linked to similar yet
different understandings of change like revolution, evolution, disruption, progress or development; and finally its diachronic
dimension (“change over time”), even if at the core of the subfield “communication history,” has ever been understudied. The panel
aims to fill this gap and assembles historical and theoretical reflections.
5550
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: International Cooperation for Early-Career Scholars
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Francois Allard-Huver, Paris Sorbonne U - CELSA, FRANCE
Charlotte Loeb, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Paola Sartoretto, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Karin Fikkers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Holli Hitt Seitz, U of Pennsylvania, USA
The aim of this Blue Sky Workshop is to provide PhD candidates and early-career scholars with the knowledge necessary to
navigate through internationalization initiatives and build international cooperation. The workshop will also be an initial forum to
discuss how PhD candidates and early-career scholars can develop an international career. The topics that will be addressed in the
workshop include: grants and scholarships available for internationalization in different countries/regions, best-practice examples in
doing research internationally, internationalization opportunities for PhD candidates and early career scholars.
5551
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Anzu
Work Processes and Production Practices in the Media Industry
Media Industry Studies
Chair
Patricia Frances Phalen, George Washington U, USA
Participants
A Case of Constraints: Implications of Industrial Norms and Practices for Linguistic Adaptation
Laurena Elizabeth Nelson Bernabo, U of Iowa, USA
Words Selling Images: International News Pictures’ Production and the Word Force Dedicated to Their Commercial Success
jonathan ilan, Bar-Ilan U, ISRAEL
Media Industry Meets Education Industry: A Study in Digital Disruption
Ben Goldsmith, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Stuart Duncan Cunningham, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Michael Dezuanni, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
“Boundaryless” in the Creative Economy: Assessing Freelancing on oDesk
Pawel Popiel, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Runaway Productions and Labour Practices in Croatian Audio-Visual Industry
Jaka Primorac, Institute for Development and International Relations, CROATIA
5552
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Hagi
Studies of Talk-in-Interaction: Achieving Misalignment Stance, Indexing Membership, Managing Category Work, and
Telling Stories
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Jessica Sarah Robles, Loughborough U, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Adjacency Pairs, Dialogic Syntax, and Creative Resonance: Achieving Misalignment Stance in Hebrew Interaction
Gonen Dori-Hacohen, U of Massachusetts, USA
Indexing Membership via Responding to Irony: Communication Competence in Israeli Radio Call-In Shows
Zohar livnat, Bar-Ilan U, ISRAEL
Gonen Dori-Hacohen, U of Massachusetts, USA
Formulation Sequence in Korean TV Talk Shows: Presequence as Consensual Grounds for Managing Category Work
Kyu-hyun Kim, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Kyung-Hee Suh, Hankuk U of Foreign Studies, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Storytelling in Chinese Conversation: Resources for Story Entry and Action Construction
Wei Zhang, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xin Peng, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
“Can You Do Me a Favor and Send Me an Ambulance?” On the Request of Help in calls to the 9-1-1 Costa Rica
Alexa Bolanos-Carpio, Rutgers U, USA
5553
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Fuji
Researching the Effects of Visual Communication
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Tom Powell, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Investigating Mechanisms of Visual and Textual Framing Effects
Tom Powell, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Hajo G. Boomgaarden, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Knut De Swert, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Persuasive Effects of Multimodal News Frames? The Limited Power of Visual and Textual Gain and Loss Frames on Climate
Change Attitudes
Lutz Hofer, U of Mannheim / U of Amsterdam, GERMANY
Hartmut Wessler, U Mannheim, GERMANY
Helena Bilandzic, Augsburg U, GERMANY
The Effect of Modality in Cross-Valence Conditions
Xiaoye Zhou, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Na Sun, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Nia Sherony, Pennsylvania State U, USA
The Effects of Body Size Discrepancy on Ad Effectiveness: Moderating Role of Self-Esteem
A-Reum Jung, Louisiana State U, USA
Jun Heo, Louisiana State U, USA
The Effects of Visual Isolation on the Perception of Scandalized Politicians in Mediated Scandals
Christian von Sikorski, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Mark Ludwig, German Sport U, GERMANY
5554
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Sakura
ECREA Panel: A Postnationalist European Public Sphere: Cosmo Chic and Bare Life
Sponsored Sessions
Participant
Nick Couldry, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
A Post-Nationalist Europe? The Contested Communicative Construction of Europe
Andreas Hepp, U of Bremen - ZeMKI, GERMANY
Potential Citizenry: The Refugee Crisis, the Media and the Trials of Postnational Europe
Isabel Maria Capeloa Gil, U Católica Portuguesa, PORTUGAL
Imagining European Identity as Diversity or Cosmopolitanism? Insights from the European Capital of Culture
Giorgia Aiello, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
The Holocaust as universalist symbol of the violation of human rights marks the foundational moment of modern Europe, based on a
multiculturalism that writes back against recent memory. Heir to this legacy, European Communication Studies are permeable to a
culturalist perspective that is critical of stable identities, in accordance with the objectives of a ‘postnationalist’ and cosmopolitan
European public sphere that decentralises the particularities contrary to European universalism. This panel will explore the various
contexts of cosmopolitan hybridity in Europe and the discursive legitimations offered for ‘desirable’ hybridities.
5560
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Olive
Between Partisan Media and Partisan Opinions
Political Communication
Chair
Eike Mark Rinke, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Participants
News Effects on Partisan Identity Salience and Validation Tests of Salience Measures
Jiyoung Han, U of Minnesota, USA
Marco C. Yzer, U of Minnesota, USA
Politics of Self-Inflicted Pain: Inequality and Asymmetric Partisan Communication Competence
Robert M. Entman, George Washington U, USA
Julie Wronski, U of Mississippi, USA
The Partisan Proving Ground: How Survey Respondents Use Media Self-Reports to Affirm Their Partisan Identity
Rebecca J Weiss, Stanford U, USA
Yphtach Lelkes, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Winners, Losers, and the Press: The Relationship Between Political Parallelism and the Legitimacy Gap
Yphtach Lelkes, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
5561
Sunday
14:00-15:15
Sage
5620
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Argos C
Expectations, Strategies, and Issues of Youth Social Media Use
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Extending The Social Cognitive Model: Examining External and Personal Antecedents of Social Network Sites Use Among
Singaporean Adolescents
Edmund W. J. Lee, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Shirley S. Ho, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
May O. Lwin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
“I Feel … #happy #annoyed”: Experiencing and Regulating Emotions on Social Media
Anne Vermeulen, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Wannes Heirman, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Developing a Framework for Researching Children’s Online Risks and Opportunities in Europe
Giovanna Mascheroni, U Cattolica of Milano, ITALY
Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Elisabeth Staksrud, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Exploring Adolescents’ Views on Social Networking Sites’ Role Within Adolescent Romantic Relationships and Dating
Experiences
Joris Van Ouytsel, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Ellen Van Gool, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Michel Walrave, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Koen Ponnet, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Picture Perfect: The Direct Effect of Manipulated Instagram Photos on the Body Image of Adolescent Girls
Mariska Kleemans, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Serena Daalmans, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Ilana Carbaat, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Doeschka Anschutz, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
The Effect of Social Media on Positive Youth Development
Ah Ram Lee, U of Florida, USA
Jungyun Won, U of Florida, USA
Adolescents’ Expectations About Their Friends' Online Behavior
Annabel Draaijers, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jeroen Jansz, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
College Students’ Positive Strategic Social Media Use and Stress Coping
Ling Fang, Bowling Green State U, USA
Louisa Ha, Bowling Green State U, USA
The Power of Digital Research
Theme Sessions
Chairs
Eszter Hargittai, Northwestern U, USA
Christian Sandvig, U of Michigan, USA
Participants
Jean Burgess, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Aniko Hannak, Northeastern U, USA
Anders Olof Larsson, Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication and Technology, NORWAY
Angela Xiao Wu, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Homero Gil de Zuniga, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
It seems possible that powerful digital methods are transforming the potential capabilities of research about human communication.
At the same time, other voices warned that this was the rise of a new digital “mythology” laden with ethical and privacy concerns as
well as methodological challenges. This session convenes a diverse group of expert practitioners at the leading edge of digital media
research who will assess the state of this possible metamorphosis.
5621
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Argos D
Risk Information and Risk Behaviors
Information Systems
Chair
Celine Klemm, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Exploring the Role of Efficacy Accessibility in Risk Behavior
Rachel Ralston, Ohio State U, USA
Nancy Rhodes, Michigan State U, USA
Susan L Mello, Northeastern U, USA
David R. Ewoldsen, Michigan State U, USA
Information Seeking Upon Exposure to Risk Messages: Predictors, Outcomes, and Mediating Roles of Health Information-Seeking
Behaviors
Jiyeon So, U of Georgia, USA
Kai Kuang, Bloomsburg U of Pennsylvania, US
Hyunyi Cho, Purdue U, USA
Predicting Information Seeking in the Context of Earthquake Risk: Development of a Cognitive Model
Yiwei Li, Keio U, JAPAN
Yu Guo, Macau U of Science and Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Sensationalizing Epidemic Outbreaks: Illuminating the Interplay of Actual Risk, Factual Risk Information, and Sensational Formal
Features
Celine Klemm, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sharing Nuclear Accident Online: A Comparison of Risk Information Sharing Between Korea and the US
Jiyoun Kim, U of Kenctucky, USA
Kang Namkoong, U of Kentucky, USA
News and the Economy: The Impact of Economic Messages on Risk Taking
Diamantis Petropoulos Petalas, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Hein van Schie, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Paul G. HendriksVettehen, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Does Subjective Knowledge Influence Information Seeking Online and Behavior Concerning Palm Oil-Free Products?
Josephine Schmitt, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Frank M. Schneider, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Carina Weinmann, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Franziska Susanne Roth, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
I Will Follow My Heart: Examining the Role of Beliefs on Cancer-Information-Seeking Behaviors
Fan Yang, U of Miami, USA
5622
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Argos E
Best Papers in Game Studies Division
Game Studies
Chair
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Participants
Tandem Play: Theorizing Sociality in Single-Player Gameplay
Mia L. Consalvo, Concordia U, CANADA
Jason Begy, Concordia U, CANADA
Sarah Ganzon, Concordia U, CANADA
Rainforest Scully-Blaker, Concordia U, CANADA
Relating Video Game Exposure, Sensation Seeking, and Aggression to Adolescents’ School Performance
Vivian Hsueh Hua Chen, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Claudia Wilhelm, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Sven Joeckel, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
I Hate it, but I Can’t Stop: Addictive Tendencies as a Mediator for Negative Game Experience in a Mobile Trivia Game
Kevin Koban, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
Peter Ohler, Chemnitz U of Technology, GERMANY
5623
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Argos F
Empowering the World: Global Public Relations
Public Relations
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Dean Kruckeberg, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
Participants
CSR as ‘Bread’ or ‘Perfume’? A Critical Analysis of CSR Perceptions Between Local Companies and MNCs in Vietnam
Hue Duong, RMIT International U Vietnam, VIETNAM
Marianne D. Sison, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Ideal PR Practitioner in China: Exploring Professionalism, Guanxi, and Antecedents Through PR Recruitment Advertisement
Qijun He, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
News Media and Corporate Representation of CSR in India
Rajul Jain, DePaul U, USA
Maria De Moya, DePaul U, USA
Professionalization of Public Relations in Latin America: A Longitudinal Comparative Study
Juan-Carlos Molleda, U of Florida, USA
Angeles Moreno, U Rey Juan Carlos, SPAIN
Cristina Navarro, Gulf U for Science and Technology, KUWAIT
Gabriel Stephen, U of Florida, USA
The Personal Influence Model and “Public” Relations: Evidence From Italy
Krishnamurthy Sriramesh, Purdue U, USA
Chiara Valentini, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Respondent
Gaelle Duthler, Zayed U, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
5624
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Navis A
Dialogues in Journalism Studies: Cultural Sociologists and Communication Scholars Interrogate the “Crisis of Journalism”
Journalism Studies
Chair
Elizabeth Breese, Panorama Education, USA
Participants
Confronting Crisis through Normative Reassurance
Matt Carlson, Saint Louis U, USA
News Innovations and Enduring Commitments: Spanish News Startups Embrace Professional Journalistic Codes
Maria Luengo, U Carlos III de Madrid, SPAIN
As Public Life Goes, So Goes the News: The Transformation of Journalism and American Public Life
David M. Ryfe, U of Iowa, USA
The Crisis in News: Can You Whistle a Happy Tune?
Michael Schudson, Columbia U, USA
In conversation across disciplines, this panel brings a dramatically different perspective to bear on the “crisis.” Most of the recent
literature devoted to the crisis of journalism has been one-sidedly focused on technology and economics. The scholars on the panel
will discuss how cultural codes driving new journalistic practices offer creative pathways to be discovered for sustaining democratic
commitments through new technologies and organizational forms. Panelists will discuss the ways in which cultural codes not only
trigger sharp anxiety about technological and economic changes, but provide pathways to control them, so that the democratic
practices of independent journalism can be sustained in new forms.
5625
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Navis B
Social Support for Health: Information Seeking, Obesity/Eating, Cancer
Health Communication
Chair
Martine van Selm, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Social Support, Trust, and Health Information Seeking Behavior (HISB): A Study Using the 2012 Annenberg National Health
Communication Survey (ANHCS)
Qinghua Yang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Yixin (Cindy) Chen, Sam Houston State U, USA
Jessica E Wendorf, U of Miami, USA
Online Social Support, Attitude, Social Norms, and Perceived Behavioral Control Associations With Individual’s Healthy Eating
Behavior Intentions
Jungyun Won, U of Florida, USA
Robert Wells, U of Florida, USA
The Benefits of Forum Activity in Online Social Support Groups for Obese Adults
Doreen Reifegerste, U of Music, Drama and Media, GERMANY
Katrin Wasgien, U of Dresden, GERMANY
Lutz M. Hagen, Technical U Dresden, GERMANY
Talking About Communication: An Exploration of the Communication Networks of Men With Prostate Cancer
Dorothy Brown, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
Steven Miller, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
John Oetzel, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
The Bigger Picture: Do Peer-Led Online Support Communities Contribute to Breast Cancer Patients’ Psychological Well-Being?
Anika Batenburg, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
5626
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Navis C
Communication and Technology Division Top Papers
Communication and Technology
Chair
Lee Humphreys, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Cross-Sectoral Hyperlink Network and Issues Management: A Cross-National Study
Aimei Yang, U of Southern California, USA
Wenlin Liu, U of Southern California, USA
Cultural Implications of Mobile Texting in China
Yun Xia, Rider U, USA
“I Shut the Door”: Interactions, Tensions, and Negotiations From a Location-Based Social App
Colin Fitzpatrick, Northwestern U, USA
Jeremy Birnholtz, Northwestern U, USA
Virtually Old: Embodied Perspective Taking and the Reduction of Ageism Under Threat
Soo Youn Oh, Stanford U, USA
Jeremy N. Bailenson, Stanford U, USA
Erika Weisz, Stanford U, USA
Jamil Zaki, Stanford U, USA
5630
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Nire
Suicide and Stigma Studies in Health Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Jie Zhuang, Michigan State U, USA
Participants
Abyss or Shelter? On the Relevance of Web Search Engines' Search Results When People Google for Suicide
Mario Haim, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Florian Arendt, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Sebastian Scherr, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Assessing the Effects of Educative Suicide Prevention Websites on Users’ Knowledge of Suicidality and Risk Factors for Suicide
Benedikt Till, Medical U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Ulrich Tran, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Thomas Niederkrotenthaler, Medical U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Autism in the Media: A Longitudinal Study of Stigma Cues and Framing of Attribution
Laura Farrell, Longwood U, USA
Nan Yu, North Dakota State U, USA
Life Events Effects on Aggression and Suicide: Testing a Confluence Model With Big Data
Mark A. Hamilton, Chulalongkorn U, THAILAND
Zhan Xu, U of Connecticut, USA
Self-disclosure and Family Responsiveness: Improving Ostomates’ Perceived Psychological and Social Quality of Life
Carrie Reif, U of Southern Mississippi, USA
Steven James Venette, U of Southern Mississippi, USA
Kathryn Elizabeth Anthony, U of Southern Mississippi, USA
5631
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Kusu
Mobile Social Media
Mobile Communication
Chair
Rich Ling, Nanyang Technological U/Telenor, SINGAPORE
Participants
A Study of the Relationship Between Narcissism, Extraversion, Drive for Entertainment, and Narcissistic Acts on SNS
Di Wang, Macau U of Science and Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Digital Mundane: Social, Mobile Media, and the Military
Sarah Maltby, U of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM
Helen Thornham, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
What's So Different About "Mobile" Facebook Use? Motivations, User Experiences, and Implications for Social Connections
Ozan Kuru, U of Michigan, USA
Joseph Bayer, U of Michigan, USA
Joshua M. Pasek, U of Michigan, USA
Scott W. Campbell, U of Michigan, USA
The Design of Social Hyper-Connectivity: Video-Ethnography of the Uses of Mobile Social Network Sites
Julien Figeac, National Center For Scientific Research, FRANCE
Johann Chaulet, National Center For Scientific Research, FRANCE
5632
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Kashi
Histories of Communication Technology: Infrastructures and Flows
Communication History
Chair
David Charles Goodman, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Participants
The Electrical Banal: The Technologization of Anderson, S.C., "The Electric City"
Travers Scott, Clemson U, USA
Decentralization and the Underground Press in 1960s America
Jonathan Pace, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Geographies of Liveness: The ‘Our World’ Broadcast and Satellite Networks as Infrastructures of Live Television
Lars Lundgren, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Christine Evans, U of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA
Restoring a Lost Web Domain: The History of the National Web of Yugoslavia, 1996-2010
Anat Ben-David, Open U of Israel, ISRAEL
Respondent
David Charles Goodman, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
5633
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Kaede
Top Four Papers in Interpersonal Communication
Interpersonal Communication
Chair
Jennifer A. Samp, U of Georgia, USA
Participants
Family Communication Patterns and Emerging Adult Consumer Outcomes: Revisiting the Consumer Socialization Model
Allison Thorson, U of San Francisco, USA
Haley Horstman, U of Missouri, USA
The Theory of Motivated Information Management and Posttraumatic Growth: Emerging Adults’ Uncertainty Management in
Response to Adversity
Xi Tian, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Paul Schrodt, Texas Christian U, USA
Kristen Carr, Texas Christian U, USA
When Communication Accommodation Backfires: Interpersonal Effects of Social Power and Linguistic Style Accommodation in
Computer-Mediated-Communication
Kate Muir, U of Bath, UNITED KINGDOM
Adam Nicholas Joinson, U of Bath, UNITED KINGDOM
Rachel Cotterill, U of Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM
Nigel Dewdney, U of Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM
“So That’s How She Do”: Supportive Messages Female Offenders Receive From Parole Officers
Amanda J. Holmstrom, Michigan State U, USA
Elizabeth Adams, Michigan State U, USA
Merry Morash, Michigan State U, USA
Sandi W. Smith, Michigan State U, USA
Deborah Kashy, Michigan State U, USA
Jennifer Cobbina, Michigan State U, USA
Respondent
Ascan F. Koerner, U of Minnesota, USA
5640
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Rigel
Projections of Soft Power: Global Investment in the Chinese Media Industries
Global Communication and Social Change
Participants
Connections and Restrictions: Chinese Soft Power Influence on Foreign Streaming Media Platforms
Aynne Kokas, U of Virginia, USA
Paradoxes of Soft Power in a Post-Globalization Era
Terry Flew, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Revisiting the Power of Media in China’s Internet Era
Weiyu Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Lize Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Charming, Charmed, Mark Zuckerberg and China’s Soft Power
Wenhong Chen, U of Texas - Austin, USA
Shuning Lu, U of Texas at Austin, USA
This panel will explore the development of Chinese media soft power through global digital media platforms, television, and
education with a particular emphasis on global investment both by Chinese media entities abroad and by foreign companies seeking
to enter the Chinese market. The panel will both examine how media soft power is leveraged by the Chinese government, and the
ways in which this projection of soft power paradoxically fails to achieve its stated policy outcomes. From a theoretical vantage
point, the panel will explore what it means when ideas of media power travel, particularly when concepts take on new importance in
non-Western contexts.
5641
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Vega
The Study of Framing in the Context of Health
Mass Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Patrick Roessler, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Participants
A Long Way to Go: Framing Analysis of Chinese Newspaper Coverage of Organ Donation Shortage and Barriers, 2000-2015
Jiun-Yi Tsai, Arizona State U, USA
Yanqin Liu, Arizona State U, USA
Yashu Chen, Arizona State U, USA
A Matter of Degree: Testing an Alternative Approach to Content Analysis in Media Framing Research
Steven R. Corman, Arizona State U, USA
Jiun-Yi Tsai, Arizona State U, USA
Gene Brewer, Arizona State U, USA
Framing and Agenda Interaction of the Ebola Virus Disease Under the Globalization Era: A Cross-National Study of News
Coverage in China, US, Japan, and UK
Qian Yu, Washington State U, USA
Li Zhou, Central China Normal U, CHINA
The Effects of News Framing and Issue Attribution on Chinese College Students’ Responses to Depression Coverage
Yan Jin, U of Georgia, USA
Yuan Zhang, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Yen-I Lee, U of Georgia, USA
Yunbing Tang, Fudan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5642
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Kiku
Ecology and Technology
Environmental Communication
Chair
Xinghua Li, Babson College, USA
Participants
Technology as Narcissism: How Media Environments Alienate us From Natural Environments
Xinghua Li, Babson College, USA
New Media Activism in Old-Growth Rainforest: The Rise of Drone Videography as a Means to Environmental Conservation in
British Columbia’s Central Walbran Valley
Derek Moscato, U of Oregon, USA
Aboriginal Voices 2.0
Jennifer Good, Brock U, CANADA
Perceptions and Discourses About the Environmental Impacts of ICT Usage Among Scholars and Activists in Spain
Miguel Vicente-Marino, U of Valladolid, SPAIN
Fernando Tucho, U Rey Juan Carlos, SPAIN
José de Madariaga, U Rey Juan Carlos, SPAIN
Social Media as Pharmakon In China: Enabling Environmental Activism, Promoting Daily Disconnect
Kevin DeLuca, U of Utah, USA
Elizabeth Ann Brunner, U of Utah, USA
5643
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Ran
Focus on Asia: Media Receptions, Productions, and Activisms in China, South Korea, and Bangladesh
Feminist Scholarship
Participants
Decoding Xiao Hong in The Golden Era (2014): A Reception Analysis of Chinese Women Audience Members’ Film-Viewing
Experiences
Li Chen, Syracuse U, USA
Smashing Patriarchy With Cell Phones? Technofeminist Critique on Mobile Phone-Enabled Women’s Empowerment Programmes
in Bangladesh
Iris Segers, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Payal Arora, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Gendering ‘Authenticity’ of Military Experience: How Male Audiences of Korean Celebreality Show Real Men Reconstruct
Hegemonic Masculinity
Woori Han, U of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Claire Claire Lee, U of Texas, USA
Ji Hoon Park, Korea U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
South Korean Hostess Film and Censorship During the Military Regime (1960-1979)
Molly Hyo Kim, U of Illinois, USA
What Happened to Those Tomboys Several Years Later? Empowerment From Super Girls’ Voice for Girls in China (2007-2015)
Li Cui, Southwest U, CHINA
Xinzhi Zhang, Hong Kong Polytechnic U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Communication for the Empowerment of Women in China: Group Actors, the Internet’s Communicative Affordances, and
Collective Civic Action
Xiao Han, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Blogging for the Self-Empowerment of Chinese Women: Voice as Communication to Negotiate Change
Xiao Han, U of Westminster, UNITED KINGDOM
Producing Gendered Migration Narratives in China: A Case Study of Dagongmei Tongxun by a Local NGO
Siyuan Yin, U of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA
5645
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Sumire
New Approaches to Researching Conflict News
Political Communication
Chair
Jorg Matthes, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Participants
How the News Comes Into Being: Researching Conflict News Production Through Retrospective Reconstruction Interviews
Abit Hoxha, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Thomas Hanitzsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
This Means War: Identifying Patterns of Escalation in Conflict News Using Quantitative Discourse Analysis and Comparative
Semantic Networks
Christian Baden, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Exploring the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Through the Lens of Social Media: A Multimethodical Approach
Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou, Aristotle U of Thessaloniki, GREECE
Salome Boukala, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, GREECE
Youth Narratives of the EU From Conflict Zones: A Q-Sort Study in Ukraine and Israel
Ben O'Loughlin, Royal Holloway, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Respondent
Jill A. Edy, U of Oklahoma, USA
This panel presents four innovative methodological approaches to the study of conflict news that contribute to linking the rich, but
case-bound knowledge generated by qualitative research to the comparative, quantitative study of recurrent patterns in conflict news.
It spans the process from the production of conflict coverage, over its dissemination and in the news and renegotiation in online
environments, to its reception by audiences inside conflict areas themselves.
5646
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Koh
Social Media and Social Movements
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Daniel C. Hallin, U of California - San Diego, USA
Participants
Discourse and Framing in Social Movement Theory: Connecting the Nodes
Bart Cammaerts, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
The Medium is the Mob
Aaron Shapiro, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Networked Narratives of Social Movements: Moving Beyond the Overdetermination of Social Media
Maria Francesca Murru, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore - Milan, ITALY
Anne Kaun, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Between Visibility and Surveillance: Challenges to Anticorporate Activism in Social Media
Julie Uldam, Roskilde U, DENMARK
5647
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Yoh
Snap, Tweet, and Vlog: The Burgeoning World of Social Media Content Innovation
Popular Communication
Communication and Technology
Chairs
Stuart Duncan Cunningham, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
David Craig, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
Communitainment: Discourses of Authenticity and Communion in Social Media Entertainment
Stuart Duncan Cunningham, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
David Craig, U of Southern California, USA
Can Corporate Social Media Open TV?: Independent Platform Development as Method in Critical Data Studies
Aymar Jean Christian, Northwestern U, USA
Affinity Space and Multimodal Literacy: A Case Study of 100 Most in Hong Kong
Donna SC Chu, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
New Little Texts: The Form and Formats of New Media
Jonathan Alan Gray, U of Wisconsin, USA
Watch, Rinse, Repeat, Repeat, Repeat: Discussing The GIF Economy
Kate Miltner, U of Southern California, USA
The Overlapping Mediascapes and the User as Cocreator
Erika Pearson, U of Otago, NEW ZEALAND
The Socialisation of Professionally Produced Online Social Media Content in China
Elaine Zhao, U of New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
This roundtable discussion engages with the innovation of content across social media that has contributed to the rise of new genres
and formats. This innovation is informed by the proliferation and unique technological affordances of social media platforms. To
account for these phenomena, social media researchers have engaged in innovative scholarship, introducing new multidisciplinary
theoretical frameworks and methodologies, e.g., visual rhetoric or digital netnography.
5648
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Kei
Knowledge and Expertise in Organizations
Organizational Communication
Chair
May Hongmei Gao, Kennesaw State U, USA
Participants
Knowledge System Coherence as a Moderator of Organizational Change and Learning
Kim A. Johnston, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
James L Everett, Coastal Carolina U, USA
Obstacles for Knowledge Sharing in a Multinational Organization
Wei Shi, Rutgers U, USA
Teis Moeller Kristensen, Rutgers U, USA
Expertise Judgments per Communication Styles: A China-US Comparative Study
Y. Connie Yuan, Cornell U, USA
Wang Liao, Cornell U, USA
Natalya N. Bazarova, Cornell U, USA
Technical, Arcane, Interpersonal, and Embodied Expertise
Joshua B. Barbour, U of Texas, USA
Paul Sommer, Texas A&M U, USA
Rebecca Gill, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
Respondent
Noshir S. Contractor, Northwestern U, USA
5649
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Board Room
Top Faculty Papers in ERIC
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Anamik Saha, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Minority Groups and Strategies of Display and Dissent: Exploring the Intersections of Physical and Digitally Mediated Activism
Cheryll Ruth Reyes Soriano, De La Salle U, PHILIPPINES
Ruepert Jiel Cao, De La Salle U, PHILIPPINES
Entrapment as a Threat to Community Peace in the Global War on Terror: An Analysis of Discourse in Local Press
Priya Kapoor, Portland State U, USA
Adam Testerman, Portland State U, USA
Alexander O Brehm, Portland State U, USA
Problematizing Japanese Nationalism and Racism in Everyday Communication
Yuko Kawai, Rikkyo U, JAPAN
Feeling (Dis)connected: Diasporic LGBTQs, Identifications, and Digital Media
Alexander Dhoest, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
5650
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Akane
Blue Sky Workshop: Uses and Effects of Inspiring Media Content: Developing a Subfield of Positive Media Psychology
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Arthur A. Raney, Florida State U, USA
Participants
Mary Beth Oliver, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Sophie H Janicke, U of Arkansas, USA
Katherine R. Dale, Florida State U, USA
Only recently have scholars begun exploring the uses and effects of media content that inspires moral and self-transcendent
emotions, such as awe, elevation, hope, and gratitude. Such experiences are theoretically linked with psychological well-being,
character development, and prosociality. This workshop offers participants an opportunity to join in a discussion of research in this
emerging subfield of positive media psychology. The organizers are currently spearheading a three-year research project on inspiring
media, funded by the John Templeton Foundation. They will discuss their current work; others are encouraged to do the same.
5651
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Anzu
Fandom: Behaviors, Attitudes, Values
Sports Communication
Chair
Alyssa Appelman, Northern Kentucky U, USA
Participants
A Longitudinal Study of Watching Televised Megasporting Events: Motives of Women and Men
Christiana Schallhorn, U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Johannes Knoll, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Holger Schramm, U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Coping With Dilemma: How Sport Media Users Respond to Sport Megaevents in Autocratic Countries
Felix Flemming, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Marco Luenich, Westfaelische Wilhelms-U Muenster, GERMANY
Frank Marcinkowski, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Christopher Starke, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Fan Engagement on Facebook: Cognitive/Emotional Intensity and Intention-Sharing as Predictors of Ticket Purchase Behavior
Michel Ballings, U of Tennessee, USA
Thomas Burton Ksiazek, Villanova U, USA
Matthijs Meire, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Edward Malthouse, Northwestern U, USA
Dirk Van den Poel, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Fleeting or Forever: Changes in Sport Fanship Across the Adult Life Span
Walter Gantz, Indiana U, USA
Nicky Lewis, U of Miami, USA
Respondent
Kihan Kim, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
5652
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Hagi
Communication and Asian Queer Studies: Theorizing Connections Among Nonheteronormative Sexualities, Politics, and
Globalization
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Ronald L. Jackson II, U of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, USA
Participants
Identity Politics and Affective Economy in Contemporary China
Shuzhen Huang, Arizona State U, USA
“I Don't Hate Myself For Staying In The Closet”: Perspectives from Gay Malaysians and Implications For Communication Scholars
and Mental Health Professionals
Wai Hsien Cheah, Southern Illinois U - Edwardsville, USA
Helma Singaravelu, Webster U, USA
From Homo to Iban to Top Gay: Hong Seok-cheon, Gay Celebrity, and Korean Queerness
Jungmin Kwon, U of Portland, USA
Ethnography of (Im)migrant Asian Bears in USAmerican Wilderness: Pandas among Bears, Otters, and Wolves
Satoshi Toyosaki, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Remaking Sticky Rice: A Call for Queer Politics of Disruption in Transnational Asia
Shinsuke Eguchi, U of New Mexico, USA
In this panel, participants call for intersecting communication and Asian queer studies as a way to examine the complexity and
multiplicity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) lives, experiences, and identities in Asia and/or Asian
diasporas. Grounded in critical/cultural/qualitative methodologies or viewpoints, they interrogate usually undisrupted connections
among non-heteronormative sexualities, politics, and globalization. The panel participants address how global-local circulations of
Western gay imperialism affect productions and constitutions of “Asian” queer subjectivities in various cultural and communicative
contexts.
5653
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Fuji
Policy Perspectives on Internet Rights for Citizens and Consumers
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Manuel Puppis, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Participants
One in Three: Internet Governance and Children’s Rights
Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
John Carr, CHIS, UNITED KINGDOM
Jasmina Byrne, UNICEF Office of Research, UNITED KINGDOM
What “The Internet Requires”: The Discourse Of Internet Exceptionalism In The Italian Declaration Of Internet Rights
Elisabetta Ferrari, U of Pennsylvania, USA
“We Ain’t Come to Play SCHOOL”: The First Amendment Implications of Limiting Student Athletes' Use of Social Networking
Sites
Michael K Park, Syracuse U, USA
Conflict in the Network of Networks: How Internet Service Providers Have Shifted From Partners to Adversaries
Robert M. Frieden, Pennsylvania State U, USA
5654
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Sakura
CCA: Communicating With Power: The ICT Impact on Regional Responses to Hot-Button Issues in East Asia
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Bu Zhong, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Participants
Clashes Between “We” and the “Other”: Coorientation Between Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese Journalists in the Wake of the
“Umbrella Revolution”
Zhou He, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Power Shift in China's Media Convergence
Zhengrong Hu, Communication U of China, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Power, Coercive Diplomacy, and Coercive Media: The Case of CNN’s Coverage of the U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in
the South China Sea
Wenshan Jia, Chapman U, USA
Big Data, Media and Consumer: Market Competition and Privacy Protection for Consumers
Yu-li Liu, National Chengchi U, TAIWAN
Discussion Networks and Collective Memory Buiding on Weibo
Yunya Song, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Ran Xu, Michigan State U, USA
Jingyu Li, U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Effects of WeChat User Behavior on Individual Social Capital
Xinzhou Xie, Peking U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Analysis of Campaign Films of 2012 Taiwan Election
Lifeng Yan, Xiamen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Tao Zhang, Xiamen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Alibaba’s Bazaar: The Role of the Internet for Constructing the World’s Largest Online Market
Elaine J. Yuan, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
Respondent
Yu Huang, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The panel, consisting of communication scholars from the United States, mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, will explore how
East Asian communities communicate their messages with power, in which their unique cultural, racial, religious, and national
identities may play a pivotal role. The panelists will present the latest research concerning reginal clashes in Hong Kong and South
China Sea, media convergence, social networking enhancing interpersonal communication, social capital and businesses in East
Asia.
5660
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Olive
Mediatization, Autonomy, and Public Sector Organisations
Political Communication
Chair
Josef Pallas, Uppsala U, SWEDEN
Participants
Tracking the Mediatization of Government
Nick Couldry, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Ruth Garland, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Damian Tambini, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Media Attention and Media Orientation: Explaining Differences Between Public and Private Organizations
Sandra Jacobs, ASCOR, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Anke Wonneberger, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Translating (Media) Autonomy Into Public Sector Organizations
Josef Pallas, Uppsala U, SWEDEN
Magnus Fredriksson, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Storytime: Theorizing Bureaucratic Autonomy in the Time of Personalized Media
Kjersti Thorbjornsrud, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Tine Ustad Figenschou, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Mediatization Inside Governmeny: Results From a Survey
Thomas Schillemans, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Respondent
Stig Hjarvard, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
How does mediatization influence different types of autonomy? How are different types of autonomy influencing the level to which
public sector organizations become mediatized? What are organizational responses to mediatization under different autonomy
conditions? How is mediatization related to the politization (or depolitization) of public bureaucracies? How do political actors react
to different forms of autonomy exercised by agencies through mediatized communication? The panelists will discuss and reflect on
these and related issues.
5661
Sunday
15:30-16:45
Sage
Children, Adolescents, and the Media Business Meeting
Children Adolescents and the Media
Chair
Sahara Byrne, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Karin Fikkers, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Laura P. Vandenbosch, U of Leuven / U of Antwerp), BELGIUM
5720
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Argos C
Messages That Move
Theme Sessions
Chair
Cherian George, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
Cross-Pressuring Conservative Catholics? The U.S. Public’s Reaction to Pope Francis’ Encyclical on Climate Change
Joseph Hilgard, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Nan Li, U of Wisconsin, USA
Dietram A. Scheufele, U of Wisconsin, USA
Kenneth Michael Winneg, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Kathleen Hall Jamieson, U of Pennsylvania, USA
How to Have a Theory of Social Media in the Sunflower Student Movement
Poyao Huang, U of California San Diego, USA
Communicating With Power, but Always Failing? The Seeming Impotence of Antiwar Movement Media
John D.H. Downing, Northwestern U in Qatar, QATAR
We Know How to Communicate With Power; We Just Don't Do It. Nonrepresentational Theory Can Help
Perry Parks, Michigan State U, USA
Respondent
Marko M. Skoric, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5721
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Argos D
Processing Political and News Information in an Age of Entertainment and Overload
Information Systems
Chair
Stephanie Edgerly, Northwestern U, USA
Participants
I Don’t Care About Politics, I Just Like That Guy!
Carina Weinmann, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Franziska Susanne Roth, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Frank M. Schneider, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Tanja Krämer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Frederic Hopp, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Melanie Bindl, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Eudaimonic Entertainment Experience in Political Dramas: A Multiple Mediation Analysis Focusing on the Influence of Affected
State and Cognitive Elaboration on Discussion, Sharing, and Concern Over U.S. Drone Strike Policy
Heather LaMarre, Temple U, USA
Chen Zeng, Temple U, USA
(Unintended) Effects of Pop Culture References on the Perception of Politicians
Christina V. Peter, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Adrian Meier, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Thomas Koch, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Politically Informed in a Complex World? Time Affluence, Information-Related Self-Efficacy, and Need for Cognition as Predictors
of Political Media Use and Political Knowledge
Laura Loy, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Philipp K. Masur, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Josephine Schmitt, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Cornelia Mothes, Ohio State U, USA
Sabine Trepte, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Too Much Information? Predictors of Information Overload in the Context of Online-News Exposure
Josephine Schmitt, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Christina Debbelt, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Less Time and Better Memory? Sure! Exploring Effects of Online News Structure on Information Processing
Tessa DeAngelo, U of California, Davis, USA
Narine S. Yegiyan, U of California - Davis, USA
Temporal/Spatial Abuse in Online News Flow and Credibility
Sujin Choi, Kookmin U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jeong Seob Kim, Sungshin Womens U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
How New Is the Millennial News Landscape? Exploring the Generational Divide in Digital News Consumption
Stephanie Edgerly, Northwestern U, USA
Harsh Taneja, U of Missouri, USA
Angela Xiao Wu, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5722
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Argos E
5723
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Argos F
Game Studies Business Meeting
Game Studies
Chair
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Crisis Communication in the Health Contexts
Public Relations
Health Communication
Chair
Franzisca Weder, U of Klagenfurt, AUSTRIA
Participants
African Union Commission’s Multinational Ebola Campaign Informed by and Against the Decision-Making Model for Localization
Juan-Carlos Molleda, U of Florida, USA
Toluwani Oloke, U of Florida, USA
Linking Issue Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Crisis Communication: Applying Balance Theory in Crisis and
Issue Management
Xiaochen Zhang, Kansas State U, USA
Jonathan Borden, Syracuse U, USA
Responding to a Health Crisis on Facebook: The Effect of Response Timing and Message Appeal
Yan Huang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Marcia DiStaso, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Self-Deception in Public Relations: A Psychological and Sociological Approach to the Challenge of Conflicting Expectations
Jens Seiffert-Brockmann, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Kerstin Thummes, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Consumers’ Prosocial Engagement in CSR: Why Should They Care and What Does it Mean to Them?
Baobao Song, U of Florida, USA
Mary Ann Ferguson, U of Florida, USA
Respondent
Hyunmin Lee, Saint Louis U, USA
5724
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Navis A
5725
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Navis B
Journalism Studies Business Meeting
Journalism Studies
Participant
Matt Carlson, Saint Louis U, USA
Health Communication Challenges and Opportunities in Urban Areas
Health Communication
Participants
How Do the Places We Live In Impact Our Health? Challenges for, and Insights from, Communication Research
Matthew D. Matsaganis, State U of New York - Albany, USA
The Golden Years: Urban Health Communication Challenges for an Aging Population
Gary Gumpert, Urban Communication Foundation, USA
Susan Drucker, Hofstra U, USA
Social Support and Coping with Stress in the Urban Environment: The Role of New Communication Technologies
Kevin B. Wright, George Mason U, USA
Effective Communication and Engagement to Enhance Asian American Health
Lan Ni, U of Houston, USA
Strategic Communication Programs for Promoting Urban Health
Gary L. Kreps, George Mason U, USA
This panel will examine the tremendous relevance of health communication inquiry to promoting urban health. Strategic urban
communication policies, systems, and practices can have profound influences on public health promotion. Barriers to effective
dissemination of relevant health information inevitably lead to serious health problems for urban dwellers, particularly among underresourced and vulnerable urban populations. This panel of noted experts, convened by the Urban Communication Foundation, will
examine and illustrate how health communication inquiry can provide the data needed for guiding development and use of evidencebased health communication interventions to improve health outcomes for at-risk urban populations.
5726
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Navis C
Communication and Technology Business Meeting
Communication and Technology
Chair
James A. Danowski, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Participants
Lee Humphreys, Cornell U, USA
Marjolijn L. Antheunis, Tilburg U, THE NETHERLANDS
5730
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Nire
The Power of Transformative Learning: Ways to Engage and Develop Faculty and Students
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Chair
Deanna Dee Sellnow, U of Central Florida, USA
Participants
Transformative Learning in the Chinese Classroom
Carla C Bevins, U of Kentucky, USA
Listening to the Homeless: Empowering Undergraduate Students and the Homeless through Field-Based Activities
Elaine Hsieh, U of Oklahoma, USA
Which Color Box Do You Tick? Using Transformative Education to Teach about ‘Race’ and (‘Racial’) Discrimination
Flora Keshishian, St. John’s U, USA
Transformative Learning and the College Experience: An Analysis of Students’ Perceptions about the Communication Capstone
Class and Majoring in Communication
Jason Martin, U of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
Michael Strawser, Bellarmine U, USA
Transformative learning of foreign-born Asian female scholars in American higher education
Eun-A Park, U of New Haven, USA
Students’ Intuitive Models of Communication and Their Relationship to Communication Instruction in the Introductory Course
Cindy H. White, U of Colorado, USA
Amy S. Ebesu Hubbard, U of Hawaii, USA
Respondent
Deanna Dee Sellnow, U of Central Florida, USA
This panel examines a variety of ways transformative learning may be used to engage and develop students and faculty. Specifically,
it explores how transformative learning experiences have been utilized to: (a) improve English proficiency and active learning
classroom strategies of faculty members at a Chinese university; (b) gain new insights about one’s worldview after conducting fieldwork and interacting with homeless people; (c) teach about race and racial discrimination; (d) evaluate students’ perceptions about
the communication capstone class and majoring in communication; (e) examine the experience of foreign-born Asian female
scholars in American higher education; and (f) understand how student’s preconceptions about a phenomenon influences their
sensemaking of course material and ability to acquire new knowledge.
5731
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Kusu
Mobile Communication Business Meeting
Mobile Communication
Chair
Veronika Karnowski, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Participants
Thilo von Pape, U Hohenheim, GERMANY
Colin Agur, Yale U, USA
5732
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Kashi
Exploring the Meaning of Sharing, Citizenship, Communication, and Complaining in Cultural Discourses
Language & Social Interaction
Chair
Todd L. Sandel, U of Macau, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Participants
What We Need is Communication, Done Well: Vernacular Globalization in Hungarian Citizens’ Assessments of Political
“Communication”
David Boromisza-Habashi, U of Colorado - Boulder, USA
When Sharing Became Caring: A Historical Analysis
Nicholas A. John, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
“We’ll Never Get Better!”: Oplakvane (Complaining), Journalism, and Cultural Understandings of Agency
Nadezhda Mihaylova Sotirova, U of Minnesota Morris, USA
Who are China’s Citizens? A Membership Categorization Analysis of Chinese Online Discourse
Bingjuan Xiong, U of Colorado, USA
5733
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Kaede
5740
Sunday
17:00-19:45
Rigel
Interpersonal Communication Division Business Meeting
Interpersonal Communication
Participants
Jennifer A. Samp, U of Georgia, USA
Keli Ryan Steuber, U of Iowa, USA
Ascan F. Koerner, U of Minnesota, USA
Authoritarian Populism: Closed Media Systems in an Open World
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Terry Flew, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Mark Princi Hannah, U of Southern California, USA
Mel Jane Bunce, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Philip Howard, U of Washington, USA
Soomin Seo, Columbia U, USA
This panel investigates the media ecologies of relatively “closed” journalism cultures around the world. Authoritarian regimes seek
to monopolize and regulate news production on the one hand, but also seek to meet popular demands for news consumption on the
other. In an increasingly interconnected world, these tensions create significant pressures, as well as opportunities, for news
organizations and individual journalists. How - if at all - have authoritarian states developed their media strategies to combat the
porous borders of the digital landscape? To what extent are we witnessing sensitivities to commercial and/or populist imperatives
within state-owned media enterprises, and how do the “foreign” media with ground presence in these countries come into the
picture?
5741
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Vega
The Study of Adolescents in Mass Communication Research
Mass Communication
Chair
Morgan E. Ellithorpe, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Examining Preteens’ Development of an Objectified Self-Concept: A Cross-Lagged Model of Media Internalization and Peer
Appearance Talk
Ann Rousseau, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Media Effects on Adolescents’ Cognitive Set of Occupations: Another Look at Media and Cognitive Accessibility
Volker Gehrau, Westfaelische Wilhelms-U of Muenster, GERMANY
Plasticity of News Consumption During Transition From Early to Middle Adolescence: Family and Peer Influences
Katharina Emde, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Christoph Klimmt, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Daniela M. Schluetz, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Time for Slime: Reinforcement of Hegemonic Equilibrium Through Compensatory Fiction
Tyler Brunette, U of Pittsburgh, USA
5742
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Kiku
5743
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Ran
Environmental Communication Business Meeting
Environmental Communication
Chair
Richard J. Doherty, New England College, USA
Gendering Politics and Political Activisms
Feminist Scholarship
Political Communication
Participants
What's in a Label? Gender Marking Political Leadership
Linda Trimble, U of Alberta, CANADA
Gendered Campaign Tweets: The Cases of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
Jayeon (Janey) Lee, Lehigh U, USA
Young-shin Lim, Ohio State U, USA
Body Blows Art, Activism, and Nudity in Times of Revolution
Marwan M. Kraidy, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Agency as a Responsive Creation: Arab Women, Revolutions, and Gaze
Soumia Bardhan, Kansas State U, USA
#LifeOfAMuslimFeminist: The Political Efficacy of Online Community Building
Laura E Strait, U of Oregon, USA
5745
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Sumire
The Effects of Frames
Political Communication
Chair
Christian Baden, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Participants
Heed Not the Cynics and the Uber Interested: Effects of Competitive Framing on Support for Government Policy
Tracy Loh, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Ganga Sasidharan Dhanesh, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
The Effects of Media Framing of Domestic Surveillance of Activist Groups
Hyesun Choung, U of Wisconsin, USA
Douglas M. McLeod, U of Wisconsin, USA
The Effects of Metaphorical Frames on Attitudes: The Euro Crisis as War or Disease?
Willem Joris, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
Leen S. J. d'Haenens, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
Baldwin Van Gorp, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
Time to Change: How Temporal Framing of Income Inequality Shapes Redistributive Policy Preferences
Sungjong Roh, Singapore Management U, SINGAPORE
5746
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Koh
Philosophy, Theory, and Critique Business Meeting
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chairs
Alison Hearn, U of Western Ontario, CANADA
Mirca Madianou, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Participant
Julia Sonnevend, U of Michigan, USA
5747
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Yoh
5748
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Kei
Popular Communication Business Meeting
Popular Communication
Participant
Melissa A. Click, U of Missouri, USA
National and Organizational Culture and Communication
Organizational Communication
Chair
Francois Cooren, U de Montreal, CANADA
Participants
Chinese Post-'80s Generational Resilience: Implications of Chengyu (成语) as Guides for Constituting Harmonious Careers
Ziyu Long, Colorado State U, USA
Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue U, USA
Kai Kuang, Bloomsburg U of Pennsylvania, USA
Paramilitary Police
Joseph Oliver, Illinois State U, USA
Surveillance With Chinese Characteristics: Analysis of Government Expenditure on Data-Driven Online Public Opinion Monitoring
Bo Mai, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Tao Wu, Sun Yat-sen U, CHINA
“Motivation is Going Down”: Salaryman Subjectivities and the Ideological Variegation of Neoliberalism in Japan
Iain Donald Macpherson, MacEwan U, CANADA
Respondent
Vivian C. Sheer, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
5749
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Board Room
5750
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Akane
Ethnicity and Race in Communication Division Business Meeting
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Federico Subervi, unaffiliated, USA
Blue Sky Workshop: Moving from PhD Thesis to Book Manuscript to Published Book
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Alice Srugies, Ilmenau U of Technology, GERMANY
This proposed workshop centers on the process of turning a doctoral thesis that caters to the requirements of a PhD committee into a
manuscript that captures the attention and the interest of the academic community in a specific field of study. It brings doctoral
candidates, editors of renowned academic publishers as well as authors who have successfully completed the publishing process
together to discuss challenges of editing a thesis, including questions on structure and style.
5751
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Anzu
Interacting With Fans: Media, Athletes, Sponsors, Teams
Sports Communication
Chair
Nicky Lewis, U of Miami, USA
Participants
Experimentally Examining Sports Sponsorships: Delineating Exposure Effects, Sponsor Types, and the Impact of Gender on
Evaluations
Michael Devlin, DePaul U, USA
Andrew C. Billings, U of Alabama, USA
Pervasively Offside: An Examination of Consumer Perceptions of Female Sportscasters
Michael Mudrick, York College of Pennsylvania, USA
Carolyn A. Lin, U of Connecticut, USA
“Never Quit, You’ll Be A Winner”: Athletes As Sources Of Emotional Social Support On Twitter
Jan Boehmer, U of Miami, USA
Galen Clavio, Indiana U, USA
Michael North, U of Miami, USA
Beyond Touchdown: College Students’ Sports Participation, Social Media Use, College Attachment, and Psychological Well-Being
Yiben Liu, U of Alabama, USA
Zhou Shan, U of Alabama, USA
Yonghwan Kim, U of Alabama, USA
Respondent
Kihan Kim, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
5752
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Hagi
From Hip-Hop to Yaoi: Queer Media Cultures
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Feminist Scholarship
Sports Communication
Popular Communication
Chair
Elena Rosa Maris, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Yaoi Manga Fandom and Queer Fantasy Spaces
Simon Turner, Chulalongkorn U, THAILAND
Queerly Ordinary: Transgender Audiences, Media Culture, and The Negotiation of Boundaries and Binaries
Andre Cavalcante, U of Virginia, USA
Sports and the Corporatization of “Coming Out”
Evan Brody, U of Southern California, USA
Fostering Support for LGBTQ Youth: The Effects of Adolescent LGBTQ Media Characters on Young Viewers
Traci Gillig, U of Southern California, USA
Sheila Teresa Murphy, U of Southern California, USA
Queering Hip-Hop: The Nicki Minaj Playlist
Elena Rosa Maris, U of Pennsylvania, USA
5753
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Fuji
5754
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Sakura
5760
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Olive
Communication Law and Policy Business Meeting
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Seamus Simpson, U of Salford, UNITED KINGDOM
CCA Business Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Bu Zhong, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Shuhua Zhou, U of Alabama, USA
Between Propaganda and Government Communication
Political Communication
Chair
Shannon C McGregor, U of Texas, USA
Participants
Alfaro, Homeland, and Revolution: The Myth as a Strategic Element of Government Communications
Caroline Avila, U del Azuay, ECUADOR
Authoritarian Co-optation Of Urban Protests in China
Fanxu Zeng, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Jia Dai, Tsinghua U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Towards the Tool of Propaganda: Official Microblogs in China: A Case Study of People's Daily, CCTV, and Xinhua News Agency
Ke Li, U of Illinois, USA
Zongyuan Wang, U of Illinois, USA
Two Stories for Two Nations: Public Diplomacy in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict
Moran Yarchi, Interdisciplinary Center, ISRAEL
5761
Sunday
17:00-18:15
Sage
JOCAM NEXT: A Forward-Looking Agenda for CAM Research
Children Adolescents and the Media
Chair
Dafna Lemish, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Participants
What Kind of Adults Will our Children Become? The Impact of Growing Up in a Media-Saturated World
Ellen Wartella, Northwestern U, USA
Through the Tablet Glass: Transcendent Parenting in an Era of Mobile Media and Cloud Computing
Sun Sun Lim, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
What’s Next for Research on Young Children’s Interactive Media?
Colleen Elizabeth Russo, Vanderbilt U, USA
Reframing Media Effects in Terms of Children’s Rights in the Digital Age
Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
The Child-Effect in the New Media Environment: Challenges and Opportunities for Communication Research
Jan Van den Bulck, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Introducing Positive Media Psychology to the Field of Children, Adolescents, and Media
Moniek Buijzen, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Librarians as Stakeholders in the Children and Media Community: A Dialogue
Renee Hobbs, U of Rhode Island, USA
Moved Into Action: Media Literacy as Social Process
Senta Pfaff-Ruediger, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Claudia Riesmeyer, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Media Effects as Health Research: How Pediatricians Have Changed the Study of Media and Child Development
David S. Bickham, Harvard U, USA
Jill R. Kavanaugh, Harvard U, USA
Michael O. Rich, Harvard U, USA
Building Meaningful Cross-Sector Partnerships for Children and Media Initiatives: A Conversation Café With Scholars and
Activists From Around the World
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Texas A&M U, USA
Aya Yadlin-Segal, Texas A&M U, USA
Respondents
Amy B. Jordan, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Vicky Rideout, VJR Consulting, USA
This high density panel celebrates the 10th anniversary double issue of the Journal of Children and Media by presenting cuttingedge, “big picture” ideas of what the field has accomplished and by envisioning opportunities for advancement as we look ahead to
the next decade.
5824
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Navis A
5825
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Navis B
Journalism Studies Reception
Journalism Studies
ICA Fellows Panel - II
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Akiba A. Cohen, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Participants
Appreciation, Gratitude, and Meaningfulness in Media Communication
Mary Beth Oliver, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Relationships Beyond Relationships: The Interplay of Personal Experience and Social Networks
Malcolm R. Parks, U of Washington, USA
Influence and Identities: Managing Multiple Goals and Dilemmas in Personal and Professional Relationships
Steven R. Wilson, Purdue U, USA
ICA honors its new Fellows each year with a special panel that focuses on their life work and contributions to the field of
communication. A reception will follow the session.
5826
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Navis C
Communication and Technology, Game Studies, and Information Systems Joint Reception
Communication and Technology
Game Studies
Information Systems
Chair
James A. Danowski, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA
5826
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Navis C
5826
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Navis C
5842
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Kiku
5849
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Board Room
5849
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Board Room
5849
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Board Room
Information Systems/Communication and Technology/Game Studies Joint Reception
Information Systems
Communication and Technology
Game Studies
Game Studies/Communication and Technology/Information Systems Joint Reception
Game Studies
Communication and Technology
Information Systems
Environmental Communication Reception
Environmental Communication
Ethnicity and Race in Communication/Feminist Scholarship/Philosophy, Theory, and Critique/Popular
Communication/Visual Communication Joint Reception
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Feminist Scholarship
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Popular Communication
Visual Communication Studies
Feminist Scholarship/Ethnicity and Race in Communication/Philosophy, Theory, and Critique/Popular
Communication/Visual Communication Joint Reception
Feminist Scholarship
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Popular Communication
Visual Communication Studies
Philosophy, Theory, and Critique/Ethnicity and Race in Communication/Feminist Scholarship/Popular
Communication/Visual Communication Joint Reception
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Feminist Scholarship
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Popular Communication
Visual Communication Studies
5849
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Board Room
Popular Communication/Ethnicity and Race in Communication/Feminist Scholarship/Philosophy, Theory, and
Critique/Visual Communication Joint Reception
Popular Communication
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Feminist Scholarship
Popular Communication
Visual Communication Studies
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Stephen Harrington, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
5849
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Board Room
5853
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Fuji
5860
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Olive
Visual Communication/Ethnicity and Race in Communication/Feminist Scholarship/Philosophy, Theory, and
Critique/Popular Communication Joint Reception
Visual Communication Studies
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Feminist Scholarship
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Popular Communication
Visual Communication Studies
Communication Law and Policy Reception
Communication Law & Policy
Remembering Wolfgang Donsbach
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Yariv Tsfati, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
This special session is dedicated to the memory of Wolfgang Donsbach, former professor at the University of Mainz, and founding
professor of the Institute of Communication Science at the Technical U of Dresden. Donsbach served as president of the World
Association for Public Opinion Research, ICA president, editor of the International Journal of Public Opinion Research, and editor
of ICA’s International Encyclopedia of Communication. Above all, Wolf was a giant scholar, whose work has had a tremendous
impact on the fields of public opinion, media effects and journalism studies. Friends, colleagues and students are invited to share
memories of Prof. Donsbach and thoughts about his contributions to the discipline.
5861
Sunday
18:30-19:45
Sage
Children, Adolescents, and the Media/ JOCAM Reception
Children Adolescents and the Media
Chair
Sahara Byrne, Cornell U, USA
6020
Monday
08:00-09:15
Argos C
Exploring Intersectionality: Media Representations of Women and its Impact on Community and Academia
Ethnicity and Race in Communication
Chair
Rowena Lyn Briones, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Participants
Critical Race Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution: Case Studies of Black Women as Victims in the Media
Kristal Zook, Hofstra U, USA
From Historical Contexts to Current Trends in Representing Women, Power and Oppression
Laurena Elizabeth Nelson Bernabo, U of Iowa, USA
In Their Words: Expressions of Experiences and Empowerment
Osita Iroegbu, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
What’s Next? Brainstorming Solutions for a Brighter Future
Rowena Lyn Briones, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA.
6021
Monday
08:00-09:15
Argos D
Emerging Problems Associated With Media Use
Information Systems
Chair
Matthias R. Hastall, Technical U Dortmund, GERMANY
Participants
Permanently Online and Permanently Procrastinating? The Mediating Role of Internet Use for the Effects of Trait Procrastination on
Psychological Well-Being
Leonard Reinecke, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Adrian Meier, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Stefan Aufenanger, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Manfred Beutel, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Michael Dreier, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Oliver Quiring, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Birgit Stark, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Klaus Woelfling, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Kai Mueller, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Stressed by Smartphone Use? The Interplay of Motivation and Mindfulness During Instant Messaging
Laura Loy, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Arne Bauer, U of Cologne, GERMANY
The Associations of Adolescents’ Fear of Missing Out With Social Needs, Facebook Use, and Stress
Ine Beyens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Eline Frison, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
App Users Unwittingly in the Spotlight: Privacy Knowledge, Concerns, Self-Efficacy, and Protection Behavior in Mobile Apps
Verena Wottrich, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Predicting Information Disclosure on Facebook: The Role of Self-Monitoring and Concern for Privacy
Yeuseung Kim, DePaul U, USA
Yongick Jeong, Louisiana State U, USA
Primacy and Recency Effects of Positive and Negative Cues About Online Privacy
Eun Go, Western Illinois U, USA
S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Processing Online Privacy: Which Heuristics Matter Most?
Jinyoung Kim, Pennsylvania State U, USA
S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Unintended, Unnoticed, Troublesome: Accidental Stigmatization as Exemplar Effect
Matthias R. Hastall, Technical U Dortmund, GERMANY
Jan Finzi, Technical U Dortmund, GERMANY
Ute Ritterfeld, Technical U Dortmund, GERMANY
6022
Monday
08:00-09:15
Argos E
Language, Behavior, and Cognition and Their Influences on Perception and Communication Behaviors
Interpersonal Communication
Chair
Min Gyu Kim, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Participants
A Critical Look at Meta-Analytic Evidence for the Cognitive Approach to Lie Detection: A Reexamination of Vrij, Fisher, & Blank
(2015)
Timothy R. Levine, U of Alabama - Birmingham, USA
Cultivating Attachment: The Associations Between Past Television Exposure and Adult Attachment
Jenna McNallie, West Virginia Wesleyan College, USA
Factors That Shape Cognitive and Behavioral Coping Among Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes: Features of Illness Versus Features
of Romantic Relationships
John Leustek, Rutgers U, USA
Jennifer A. Theiss, Rutgers U, USA
Politeness and Language: Examining the Linguistic Content of Face Threatening Acts Using the Meaning Extraction Method
Emily A. Dolan, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Kate Blackburn, U of Texas, USA
Allison Zorzie Shaw, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
Catherine Masterson, SUNY - U at Buffalo, USA
The Motivated Affective Behavioral System: A Mediational Process Model in the Attachment Domain
Jennifer Rose Talevich, U of Southern California, USA
6024
Monday
08:00-09:15
Navis A
Digital News: What It Is and How To Understand It
Journalism Studies
Chair
Michael B. Karlsson, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Participants
The Circulation of Communicative Objects
Christoph Raetzsch, Free U of Berlin, GERMANY
Henrik Bodker, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Mapping Digital Journalism: Comparing 48 News Websites From Six Countries
Edda Humprecht, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Connect and Engage: Civic Journalism Values and Newsroom Norms in the Digital Era
Melissa Tully, U of Iowa, USA
Shawn Harmsen, U of Iowa, USA
Jane B. Singer, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Brian Ekdale, U of Iowa, USA
Unambiguous Burstiness: Towards Explaining the Dynamics of Digital News Flows From Opportunity Structures, News Factors,
and Topics
Florian H Buhl, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Elisabeth Guenther, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Thorsten Quandt, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Respondent
Michael Opgenhaffen, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
6025
Monday
08:00-09:15
Navis B
Obesity and Promoting Healthy Eating
Health Communication
Chair
J. Roberto Sanchez Reina, U Complutense de Madrid, SPAIN
Participants
How Movie Characters’ Eating Influences Viewers’ Eating: Effects of Unconscious Goal Contagion and Satiation
Shuo Zhou, Cornell U, USA
Michael A. Shapiro, Cornell U, USA
Motivation for Obesity Reduction Among Adolescents in Low-Income Communities in Three U.S. States
Nancy W. Muturi, Kansas State U, USA
Tandalayo Kidd, Kansas State U, USA
Erika Lindshield, Kansas State U, USA
Kendra Kattelman, South Dakota State U, USA
Promoting Healthy Eating on YouTube: A Content Analysis of PSAs
Xueying Zhang, U of Alabama, USA
Kim Baker, U of Alabama, USA
Sarah Pember, U of Alabama, USA
Kimberly Bissell, U of Alabama, USA
Targeting Physical Inactivity: Effects of Three Consequence Frames on Subgroups’ Health-Related Perceptions and Behavioral
Intentions
Anna Wagner, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Freya Sukalla, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
The Effects of Perceived Threat and Efficacy on Parents’ Health Information Seeking
Guido Zurstiege, U Tuebingen, GERMANY
Alexander Ort, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Genevieve Mulack, U Tuebingen, GERMANY
6026
Monday
08:00-09:15
Navis C
Exploring Technological Affordances
Communication and Technology
Chair
Aram A. Sinnreich, American U, USA
Participants
Looking Back to Look Forward: Tracing the History of Affordances to Develop a Framework for Understanding Communication
Technology
Jeffrey William Treem, U of Texas, USA
Katy Elizabeth Pearce, U of Washington, USA
Sandra K. Evans, California State Polytechnic U - Pomona, USA
Jessica Vitak, U of Maryland, USA
Andrew Schrock, Independent Researcher, USA
Kristen Barta, U of Washington, USA
Jacob Stuart Ford, U of Texas, USA
Samantha Shorey, U of Washington, USA
Social Media, Relational Closeness, and Interpreting Social Support From Paralinguistic Digital Affordances
Caleb T. Carr, Illinois State U, USA
Donghee Yvette Wohn, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Rebecca A. Hayes, Illinois State U, USA
Technological Affordance-Based Gratifications and Their Impact on Media Selection
Chun Yang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Erica Bailey, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Fan Feng, Jinan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The Affordances Test: A Conceptual Model for Understanding Affordances in Communication Research
Sandra K. Evans, California State Polytechnic U - Pomona, USA
Katy Elizabeth Pearce, U of Washington, USA
Jessica Vitak, U of Maryland, USA
Jeffrey William Treem, U of Texas, USA
6030
Monday
08:00-09:15
Nire
Health Risks: Ebola, Polio, Violence, Emergencies
Health Communication
Chair
Avery E. Holton, U of Utah, USA
Participants
College, Mental Health, and a Violent Student: Employing Numerical Formats to Communicate Risk on Campus
Christine Skubisz, Emerson College, USA
Exploring Factors That Influence the Speed of Public Response to Health Emergencies on Microblogging Sites
Lun ZHANG, Beijing Normal U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Linjia Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Measuring Perceived Susceptibility: Conditional Versus Unconditional Phrasing
Jessica M. Hample, Purdue U, USA
The "New Public" and the "Good Ol' Press": Evaluating Online News Sources During the 2013 Polio Outbreak in Israel
Anat Gesser-Edelsburg, Haifa U, ISRAEL
Nathan Walter, U of Southern California, USA
Yaffa Shir Raz, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Manfred Green, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Too Far to Care? The Role of Psychological Proximity in Public Attention and Fear for Ebola
Liza Van Lent, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Hande Sungur, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Enny Henrica Das, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
6031
Monday
08:00-09:15
Kusu
Understanding Digital Health
Communication and Technology
Chair
Jung-Hyun Kim, Sogang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Participants
A Systematic Review of Information and Communication Technology-Based Psychoeducational Interventions for Depression
Danyang Zhao, Florida State U, USA
Mia Liza A. Lustria, Florida State U, USA
Joshua Hendrickse, Florida State U, USA
Technologies of Self-Persuasion: Mobile Apps for Health Behavioral Change
Carmen D. Stavrositu, U of Colorado - Colorado Springs, USA
Jinhee Kim, Pohang U of Science and Technology, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hyeseung Yang, Kyungsung U, KOREA, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
Understanding Health Slacktivism: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach to Health “Slacktivists” on Social Media
Chihwei Hu, U of Southern California, USA
Website Model Pictures and Online Persuasive Messages Affect The Linguistic Content of Weight-Related Support Messages
Jorge Pena, U of California, Davis, USA
Wenjing Pan, U of California, Davis, USA
6032
Monday
08:00-09:15
Kashi
Making Journalism: How Journalists Produce the News
Journalism Studies
Chair
Claudia Mellado, Pontificia U Católica de Valparaiso, CHILE
Participants
How the Political Leanings of Journalists are Related to the Acceptance of Questionable Reporting Practices
Philip Baugut, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Sebastian Scherr, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
The GamerGate Scandal and Journalistic Paradigm Maintenance
Gregory Pearson Perreault, Appalachian State U, USA
Tim P. Vos, U of Missouri, USA
Being There? What's Left of Journalistic Legwork in the Digital Environment
Yigal Godler, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
Zvi Reich, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, ISRAEL
Whose Story is This, Anyway? Four Key Differences in How Journalists and Their Subjects Understand News Production
Ruth A. Palmer, IE U, SPAIN
How Journalists’ Mindsets Influence Their News Stories: Evidence From a Multilevel Analysis of Climate Communication
Sven Engesser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Michael Brueggemann, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
6033
Monday
08:00-09:15
Kaede
Using the Science of Language to Improve Translation of the Language of Science
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Janice Krieger, U of Florida, USA
Respondent
Cindy Gallois, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
This panel, in collaboration with the International Association of Language and Social Psychology (IALSP) Science Communication
Task Force, examines the role of language in translational communication about science, health, and technology around the globe.
Panelists will present manuscripts that address translational communication concerns that arise in scientific discourse among
different stakeholders, including scientists, the public, and policy makers. Papers address the various forms of conflict that exist, as
well as how language might serve as a bridge to encourage cooperation among stakeholders by identifying and facilitating common
goals. The goal of the panel is to create a meaningful roadmap for how the science of language can inform how we translate the
language of science for various stakeholders.
6040
Monday
08:00-09:15
Rigel
Postcolonial Interrogations of Global Media, Culture, and Space
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Shakuntala Rao, State U of New York - Plattsburgh, USA
Participants
Twice Removed Diaspora: Where Would Bollywood be in the Lives of Fiji-Indian Diaspora?
Charu Uppal, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Bollywood-Religion-Globalization: Tracking Spirituality in Postcolonial Popular Hindi Cinema
David J. Schaefer, Franciscan U, USA
Kavita Karan, U of Southern Illinois Carbondale, USA
Producing Informal Space Through Communication Practices in a Global City: A Case of Hong Kong
Ngai Keung Chan, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Hollywood Narrative in U.S. Development in the Middle East
Karin Gwinn Wilkins, U of Texas, USA
Media Studies and Postcolonial Studies: Mutual Interruptions
Raka Shome, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
6041
Monday
08:00-09:15
Vega
The Study of Biases and News
Mass Communication
Journalism Studies
Chair
John C. Pollock, The College of New Jersey, USA
Participants
Biased Objectivity and Journalistic Professionalism: Objectivity Indicators in Journalists’ and Nonjournalists’ Information
Behaviors
Cornelia Mothes, Ohio State U, USA
The Effects of News Bias-Induced Anger, Anxiety, and Issue Novelty on Subsequent News Preferences
Yi-Hsing Han, Christ's College Taipei, TAIWAN
Laura M. Arpan, Florida State U, USA
The Reason for the Season: Network Audiences in the War(s) on Christmas
Alison N. Novak, Rowan U, USA
What Comes After the First Click? A New Way to Look at Selective Exposure
JungHwan Yang, U of Wisconsin, USA
David Wise, U of Wisconsin, USA
Albert C. Gunther, U of Wisconsin, USA
6042
Monday
08:00-09:15
Kiku
Building “Digital Asia” for Post-2008 Economic Recovery: Contradictions and Contestations
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Yu Hong, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
Harnessing the Internet for Sustainable Economic Recovery: China’s New Communication Agenda and Its Trials
Yu Hong, U of Southern California, USA
Embracing High-tech Productivity: The Three-phase Informational Strategies in China’s Finance Sector since the 1990s
Jing Wang, Rutgers U, USA
The Making of "Creative Infrastructure" as a Tool for Urban Regeneration and its Discontents: The Case of the Dongdaemun Design
Plaza and Park
Changwook Kim, U of Massachusetts, USA
“Techies Support Digital India”: Transnational IT Professionals and the Making of “Digital India.”
Sreela Sarkar, Santa Clara U, USA
Respondent
Dal Yong Jin, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
This panel explores relationships between the digital and development in different, interrelated ways—as new forms of economic
policy and finance, smart city projects, and new transnational coalitions. The desire is not to present a homogenized model of
“Digital Asia,” but to open up its multifarious agents and directions, while documenting and analyzing major policy and institutional
transformations in the context of international and domestic politics.
6043
Monday
08:00-09:15
Ran
The Study of Media and Persuasion
Mass Communication
Chair
Hans Hoeken, Utrecht U, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Communication Strategies Predict Success of Crowdfunding Campaigns
Tsfira Grebelsky-Lichtman, Hebrew U and Ono Academic Colledge, ISRAEL
Gil Avnimelech, Ono Academic College, ISRAEL
Does Nonnarrative Message Engagement (NNME) lead to Persuasion? Effects of Distraction on Engagement and Attitudes
Nehama Lewis, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Jonathan Cohen, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
The Influence of Source Information on Psychological Reactance
Hyunjung Kim, Keimyung U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
6045
Monday
08:00-09:15
Sumire
Parties and NGO's as Strategic Actors
Political Communication
Chair
Maria Jose Canel, U Complutense de Madrid, SPAIN
Participants
Interplay Between Parties and Media in Putting EU Issues on the Agenda: A Temporal Pattern Analysis
Michaela Maier, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Patrick Bacherle, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Silke Adam, U Bern, SWITZERLAND
Melanie Leidecker-Sandmann, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Issue Competition in Election Times: Parties’ Issue Strategies in Different Channels and Their Media Coverage
Caroline Dalmus, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Regula Haenggli, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Laurent Bernhard, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
NGO Publicity and Parallel Path Dependencies: Explaining the Persistence of Media-Centered Publicity Strategies
Matthew Powers, U of Washington, USA
Offline Advantages Online? Contrasting Activities of Swiss Politicians and Parties on Different Social Media Platforms
Tobias Keller, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Katharina Kleinen-von Koenigsloew, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Online Communication Repertoires of International NGOs: An Analysis of Organizational Characteristics and Online Activities
Paula Nitschke, U of Greifswald, GERMANY
Patrick Donges, U of Leipzig, GERMANY
6046
Monday
08:00-09:15
Koh
Japan’s Cultural Diversity: Communicating Uncertain, Shifting, and Powerful Moments for the Future
Intercultural Communication
Chairs
Satoshi Toyosaki, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Shinsuke Eguchi, U of New Mexico, USA
Participants
It’s a Wonderful Single Life: Representations of Female Singleness in Japan’s Contemporary josei dorama
Kristie Collins, U of Tsukuba, JAPAN
The Affective Politics of the Feminine: An Interpassive Analysis of Gender, Comedy, and Nation
Sachi Sekimoto, Minnesota State U, Mankato, USA
Yusaku Yajima, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
“I Never Wanted to Be Famous”: Whiteness, English Hegemony, and Foreign English Language Teachers in Japan
Nathaniel Simmons, Western Governors U, USA
Yea-Wen Chen, Ohio U, USA
“A Dialectic between Nationalism and Multiculturalism: An Analysis of the Internationalization Discourse in Japan”
Ako Inuzuka, U of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, USA
Japan’s “Otherness” in Chinese Political Discourses: Communicating National Identities in the Global-Local Dialectic
Bin Zhang, South Puget Sound Community College, USA
The Push-and-Pull of J-Pop and K-Pop in Taiwan: Pop Culture Transition, Cultural Images, and Identity Co-optation
Hsun-Yu Chuang, Southern Illinois U Carbondale, USA
Japanese Male-Queer Femininity: An Autoethnographic Reflection on Matsuko Deluxe as an Onē-Kei Talent
Shinsuke Eguchi, U of New Mexico, USA
Japan is betwixt and among various shifting and uncertain landscapes politically, socially, culturally, naturally, and technologically.
Such shifting landscapes become legible in the discursive dialectics of Japan’s homogeneity and heterogeneity. Shifting
national/cultural identity takes its shape in the relational dialectics betwixt its homeostasis and instability. This panel, collectively,
interrogates the coconstructive nature of Japan’s homogeneity and heterogeneity—its discursive push-and-pull—at various cultural
fronts in order to understand Japan’s shifting cultural politics. Panelists employ various critical intercultural communication research
methodologies so that they can get at the complex and nuanced nature of these shifting cultural landscapes.
6047
Monday
08:00-09:15
Yoh
Media Work in the Digital Age
Popular Communication
Chair
Vilde Sundet, Lillehammer U College, NORWAY
Participants
Making a List, Aggregating it at Least Twice: The Work of Online Music Critics
Benjamin Andrew James Pearson, U of Michigan, USA
The Mediatization of Fashion: The Case of Fashion Blogs
Nete Noergaard Kristensen, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
Christa Lykke Christensen, Copenhagen U, DENMARK
The Practice of Parodying on YouTube
Lillian Boxman-Shabtai, Northwestern U, USA
Selling Out: Musicians, Autonomy, and Compromise in the Digital Age
Bethany Klein, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Leslie M. Meier, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Devon Powers, Drexel U, USA
6048
Monday
08:00-09:15
Kei
Understanding the Power of Stakeholders
Public Relations
Chair
Adam Saffer, U of North Carolina, USA
Participants
Two-Way Communication Between Scientists and the Public: A View From Science Communication Trainers
Shupei Yuan, Michigan State U, USA
Tsuyoshi Oshita, Michigan State U, USA
Niveen AbiGhannam, U of Texas, USA
Hyeseung Elizabeth Koh, U of Texas, USA
Anthony David Dudo, U of Texas, USA
John C. Besley, Michigan State U, USA
The Determinants of the Amount of Donation: Membership Association Case
Eyun-Jung Ki, U of Alabama, USA
Jeyoung Oh, U of Alabama, USA
An Experimental Test of Corporate Political Giving on Attitudes and Reactions to Companies
Whitney Walther-Martin, U of Minnesota, USA
Daniel B. Wackman, U of Minnesota, USA
Jennifer Williams, U of Minnesota, USA
Heather LaMarre, Temple U, USA
Shaurav Raj Adhikari, U of Minnesota, USA
Why Do Online Comments and Corporate Replies Matter in CSR Communication? Mediating Roles of Perceived Interactivity and
Transparency in Increasing Word-of-Mouth
Soo-Yeon Kim, Sogang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hyojung Park, Louisiana State U, USA
Shareholders as Social Actors: Pushing an Environmental Responsibility-Issue Agenda Through Shareholder Activist Networks
Aimei Yang, U of Southern California, USA
Nur Uysal, Marquette U, USA
Maureen Taylor, U of Tennessee, USA
Respondent
Theo Araujo, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
6049
Monday
08:00-09:15
Board Room
GIFTS: Great Ideas for Teaching Students
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Chair
CJ Claus, California State U, Stanislaus, USA
Participants
GIFTS. Submission: Make a Hollywood Movie in 15 minutes
Doron Taussig, U of Pennsylvania, USA
GIFTS: Teaching Crisis Preparedness with the Anticipatory Model of Crisis Management (AMCM)
Bolanle A. Olaniran, Texas Tech U, USA
GIFTS: Learning to Respond to Critiques of Communication Campaigns: A "Speed Dating" Approach
Maria Leonora G. Comello, U of North Carolina, USA
GIFTS: Making Assessment Fun for Students and Building Group Cohesion
Michelle T. Violanti, U of Tennessee, USA
Michelle Epstein Garland, U of Tennessee, USA
GIFTS - Global Rebranding: The Pragmatics of International Persuasion
Robert Allen, California State U, Los Angeles, USA
Jillian Kwong, U of Southern California, USA
GIFTS for Traveling Abroad: The International Travel Fair
Nathalie Desrayaud, Florida International U, USA
GIFTS: Embracing Vanishing Content Through the use of SnapChat in the Classroom
L. Meghan Mahoney, West Chester U, USA
GIFTS: Developing Collaborative Projects
Yulia Strekalova, U of Florida, USA
GIFTS: Student Participation in Sponsored Applied Research Projects
Yulia Strekalova, U of Florida, USA
Tom Kelleher, U of Florida, USA
Robert Norberg, U of Florida, USA
Debbie Treise, U of Florida, USA
GIFTS: Teaching Future Scientists and Healthcare Professionals to Communicate Effectively With Public Audiences
Melissa Bender, U of California - Davis, USA
GIFTS: Teaching Identity With Selfies in an Interpersonal Communication or Social Media Class
Jennifer E Kienzle, U of Nebraska - Lincoln, USA
GIFTS: Teaching Journalism Using Technology and Social Media
Ee Lyn Tan, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
GIFTS: The Power to Navigate the Internet Safely: A Hands-on Approach to Learn About Online Safety Using Protection
Motivation Theory
Carie Cunningham, Michigan State U, USA
Mengtian Jiang, Michigan State U, USA
Tom Day, Michigan State U, USA
Saleem Elias Alhabash, Michigan State U, USA
Shelia Cotten, Michigan State U, USA
Nora J Rifon, Michigan State U, USA
Robert Larose, Michigan State U, USA
Kabine Diane, Michigan State U, USA
Alex Gorbachenko, Pennsylvania State U, USA
GIFTS: “Dented Helmet vs. Spambot": Gamifing Impromptu Speech for ESL/ESF Students
Davide Girardelli, Wenzhou-Kean U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Patrizia Barroero, Wenzhou-Kean U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
6053
Monday
08:00-09:15
Fuji
Communication and Power in the Changing Societies of Russia and Eurasia
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Michael David Hazen, Wake Forest U, USA
Participants
Kyrgyz Press and Influence of Russian Media
Elira Turdubaeva, American U of Central Asia, KYRGYZSTAN
Business Communicating With Power: Axiological Paradigm of Post-Soviet Russia in Intercultural Aspect
Maria Pilgun, Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Between the Everyday and the Extraordinary: Perceived Affordances of ICTs for Communicating Dissent
Tetyana Lokot, U of Maryland, USA
The Nation and the Citizens: Exploring the Functions of Communications in Russian People's Perception of the Political and
Economic Transitions
Qingjiang (Q. J.) Yao, Lamar U, USA
Communicating With Power Through Internet: e-Services and e-Complaints in Russia
Anna Trakhtenberg, Ural State U, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Entering the Debate: Mongolian Pastoral Nomadic Womens' use of Cell Phones and SMS in National Referendum Votes
Allison Hahn, Baruch College, USA
The Power and Gender Discourse in the Post-Soviet Space and Today
Elena Borisovna Ponomarenko, People’s Friendship U of Russia, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Respondent
Michael David Hazen, Wake Forest U, USA
This program, sponsored by the Russian Communication Association, explores the changes in communication in the evolving
societies of Russia and Eurasia (the former Soviet bloc). The continuing relationships between these societies are explored in terms
of the nature of the public realm of communication, the pervasive influence of new media in these changes, and the relationship of
communication to values in these societies. These societies are related by their Soviet heritage and the resulting issues of conflict
and cooperation about various issues in their evolving cultures. In addition to Russia, this program includes papers dealing with the
Ukraine (Lokot), Kyrgyzstan (Turdubaeva & Lehtisaari), and Mongolia (Hahn).
6054
Monday
08:00-09:15
Sakura
Transforming Mediascapes Through Critical Practice, Policy, and Pedagogy
Feminist Scholarship
Chair
Sandra Jeppesen, Lakehead U Orillia, CANADA
Participants
Academic Participation in Canadian Community Television Policy: A Case Study in Communicating with Power
David Skinner, York U, CANADA
Academia as a Stakeholder: Communicating With Power(s) in Internet Governance
Stefania Milan, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participatory Action Research with Grassroots Media Activists: Challenging Power Through Alternative Journalism Practices
Sandra Jeppesen, Lakehead U Orillia, CANADA
Developing Communicative Power: Experiential Learning as Critically Reflexive Pedagogy In and Out of the Classroom
Patricia Mazepa, York U, CANADA
Teaching to/about Work in the Communication Industries
Tanner F Mirrlees, U of Ontario Institute of Technology, CANADA
There are sometimes disconnects between academic media research and the information utilized by media policy makers in their
decisions; university curriculum and pedagogy and the practical dimensions of media work; and the relationships between academics
and radical activist organizations. How do we navigate these disjunctures while creating critical, transformative practices, policies
and pedagogies? This panel explores a number of initiatives that address these disjunctures and gaps.
6060
Monday
08:00-09:15
Olive
Balance and Bias in News Exposure
Political Communication
Chair
Patricia Moy, U of Washington, USA
Participants
Desired vs. Correct Conclusions: The Motivated Selection of Balanced Content and Numerical vs. Narrative Evidence
Carlos Manuel Brenes Peralta, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Magdalena E. Wojcieszak, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Yphtach Lelkes, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Electrophysiology Reveals the Dynamics of Attentional Biases to Negative and Positive Information During Candidate Evaluation
Jason C. Coronel, Ohio State U, USA
Friendly Parties Benefit From Friendly Media Because of Hostile Media Perceptions
Jan Kleinnijenhuis, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Tilo Hartmann, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Martin Tanis, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Anita M. J. van Hoof, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Negativity Biases in Reactions to Network News: A Cross-National, Psychophysiological Pilot Study
Stuart Soroka, U of Michigan, USA
Patrick Fournier, U de Montreal, CANADA
Lilach Nir, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
6061
Monday
08:00-09:15
Sage
Advances and Challenges in Media Literacy Scholarship
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Conceptual Challenges in Designing Measures for Media Literacy Studies
W. James Potter, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Transmedia Literacy: Rethinking Media Literacy in the New Media Ecology
Carlos Alberto Scolari, U Pompeu Fabra, SPAIN
The Development of a School-Based Intervention to Empower Children to Cope With Advertising
Esther Rozendaal, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Impact of Internet Literacy, Internet Addiction Symptoms on Quality of Life
Wenying Wu, Dalian U of Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Qiaolei Jiang, Dalian U of Technology, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Respondent
Claudia Riesmeyer, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
6070
Monday
08:00-10:45
Tower Penthouse
2016 San Diego Conference Planning Meeting
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Paula M. Gardner, McMaster U, CANADA
Participants
Sahara Byrne, Cornell U, USA
Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Lee Humphreys, Cornell U, USA
Nicole Ellison, U of Michigan, USA
Nicole Maurantonio, U of Richmond, USA
Katharine Sarikakis, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Xinghua Li, Babson College, USA
Anamik Saha, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Stine Eckert, Wayne State U, USA
Julia Kneer, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Shiv Ganesh, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell U, USA
Rachel L. Bailey, Washington State U, USA
Stephanie Kelly, North Carolina A&T State U, USA
Chia-Fang (Sandy) Hsu, U of Wyoming, USA
Jordan E. Soliz, U of Nebraska - Lincoln, USA
Jennifer A. Samp, U of Georgia, USA
Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Jessica Sarah Robles, Loughborough U, UNITED KINGDOM
Eve C. Ng, Ohio U, USA
Travers Scott, Clemson U, USA
Young Mie Kim, U of Wisconsin, USA
Patricia Frances Phalen, George Washington U, USA
Veronika Karnowski, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Bart J. van den Hooff, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Mirca Madianou, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Kimberly A. Gross, George Washington U, USA
Stephen Harrington, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Katerina Tsetsura, U of Oklahoma, USA
Tang Tang, U of Akron, USA
Catherine L. Preston, U of Kansas, USA
Adrienne Shaw, Temple U, USA
Rene Weber, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Tai-Quan Winson Peng, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Jonathan J.H. Zhu, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Laura Sawyer, International Communication Association, USA
Michael L. Haley, International Communication Association, USA
John Paul Gutierrez, International Communication Association, USA
Jennifer Le, International Communication Association, USA
Diana Ingenhoff, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
6220
Monday
09:30-10:45
Argos C
Mass Communicating With Power: Exploring Media’s Capacity to Promote Moral Emotions and Inspire Prosociality
Mass Communication
Participants
Mapping the Anatomy of Inspiration: Identifying and Analyzing Elicitors of Self-Transcendent Emotions in Media
Katherine R. Dale, Florida State U, USA
Arthur A. Raney, Florida State U, USA
Sophie H Janicke, U of Arkansas, USA
When We are the Creators: Implications of User Generation of Inspiring Media Messages
Mary Beth Oliver, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Arienne Ferchaud, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Keunyeong (Karina) Kim, California State U, Dominguez Hills, USA
Ruoxu Wang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Fan Yang, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Thomas Franklin Waddell, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Tsai-Wei Chen, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Examining Video Games’ Power to Inspire Prosociality through Self-Transcendent Emotions
Daniel Possler, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Courage to Face the Truth: Positive, Negative and Mixed Affect as Predictors of Individuals’ Acceptance of Ego-Threatening
Information in Prosocial Media Messages
Anne Bartsch, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Johanna Keppeler, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Andrea Kloss, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Lukas A. Angerer, Erfurt U, GERMANY
Miriam Humml, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Theresa Leitner, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Self-Construal and Elevation: Intercultural Differences in Transported Values Through Mass Media Content
Diana Rieger, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Lena Frischlich, U of Cologne, GERMANY
Mary Beth Oliver, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Moral Emotions in Pro-Environmental Messages
Laura M. Arpan, Florida State U, USA
Arthur A. Raney, Florida State U, USA
Zihan Wang, Florida State U, USA
Exploring the “Spirit” of Inspiring Media
Sophie H Janicke, U of Arkansas, USA
The mass communication canon is filled with studies probing the deleterious effects of media content and technology on individuals
and society as a whole. In recent years, though, scholars have increasingly explored ways that the power of media communication
can be harnessed to promote personal well-being and human flourishing and to inspire prosocial and others’ benefitting behaviors.
Reflecting on the conference theme of “Communicating with Power,” scholars from eight different institutions in the United States
and Germany will discuss their ongoing efforts to examine the ways that media content has the power to trigger moral emotional
reactions and how those reactions may (or may not) be associated with beneficial personal and social outcomes.
6221
Monday
09:30-10:45
Argos D
Innovative Approaches and New Measures
Information Systems
Chair
Petro Tolochko, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Participants
Newsflow: An R Package for Analyzing Content Homogeneity and News Diffusion Using Computational Text Analysis
Kasper Welbers, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Wouter van Atteveldt, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
On the Bubble: An Internet-Scale Investigation of Location-Based Algorithmic Filtering to Political Content
Rebecca J Weiss, Stanford U, USA
Charles Berret, Columbia U, USA
Determining Political Text Complexity: An Analysis of Measures and Applications
Petro Tolochko, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Hajo G. Boomgaarden, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Development and Validation of a Scale to Measure Flow Experience During Radio Reception
Benedikt Spangardt, U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Nicolas Dominik Karl Ruth, U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Holger Schramm, U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Same Same but Different: Testing the Invariance of Measurements of Entertainment Experiences Across Media Formats
Carina Weinmann, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Franziska Susanne Roth, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Frank M. Schneider, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Melanie Bindl, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Peter Vorderer, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Towards a Preliminary Self-Report Measure of Cognitive Dissonance for Communication Research
Yuhua (Jake) Liang, Chapman U, USA
Seungcheol Austin Lee, Northern Kentucky U, USA
Generally Speaking: Theorizing and Measuring Abstract vs. Concrete Thinking About Mediated Health Messages and its Effects
Sabine Reich, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Evaluation of Spitzberg’s Meme Diffusion Model: Bridging the Scientific Divide Between Communication and Computer Science
Ly Dinh, U of Illinois, USA
Mufan Luo, U of Illinois, USA
Christofer Skurka, Cornell U, USA
6222
Monday
09:30-10:45
Argos E
The Power of Discussion Among Public Relations Scholars (HIGH-DENSITY SESSION)
Public Relations
Chair
Shannon A. Bowen, U of South Carolina, USA
Participants
Social Media Communication Preferences Among Stakeholders of Business-to-Business Companies
Matthes Fleck, Lucerne U of Applied Sciences and Arts, SWITZERLAND
Anja Janoschka, Lucerne U of Applied Sciences and Arts, SWITZERLAND
Exploring Practitioners’ Stresses From Managing Agency-Client Relationships at Hong Kong Public Relations Agencies
Lei Vincent Huang, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Clients in Interaction: An Alternative Perspective on Public Relations Consulting
Clarissa Schoeller, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Hybrid Strategy: Integration or Interference? How Corporate Communication Impacts Consumers’ Memory and Company
Evaluation
Zifei Chen, U of Miami, USA
Weiting Tao, U of Miami, USA
Communicating Tobacco-Free Policies in the Tobacco Belt: The Influence of Culture on Public Relations
Laura E Young, Butler U, USA
Rachael A Record, San Diego State U, USA
6224
Monday
09:30-10:45
Navis A
Credibility and Trust in News
Journalism Studies
Chair
Hillel Nossek, Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee, ISRAEL
Participants
The Impact of Trust on Online News Consumption and Participation
Richard Fletcher, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Sora Park, U of Canberra, AUSTRALIA
Effects of Editorial Media Bias Perception and Media Trust on the Use of Traditional, Citizen, and Social Media News
Alberto Ardevol-Abreu, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Homero Gil de Zuniga, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
The Depiction of Problems of Trust in the News: An Explorative Study to Disclose Trust Frames
Katherine Marie Grosser, Research Training Group "Trust and Communication in a Digitized World", U of Muenster,
GERMANY
Through the Truth Goggles: An Experimental Investigation of Perceived Credibility and Quality With the Use of A Fact-Checking
Prototype
Heather Shoenberger, U of Oregon, USA
Glenn M. Leshner, U of Oklahoma, USA
Esther Thorson, U of Missouri, USA
When Politicians Go Native: Consequences of Political Native Advertising for Citizens’ Trust in Political News
Erik Knudsen, U of Bergen, NORWAY
Magnus Hoem Iversen, U of Bergen, NORWAY
6225
Monday
09:30-10:45
Navis B
Communication and Health Disparities in Migrant, Low-Income, and Digital Communities
Health Communication
Chair
Jeffery Chaichana Peterson, Washington State U, USA
Participants
Food Insecurity in Singapore: How the Low-Income Negotiate Health, Structure, and the Paradox of Choice
Naomi Tan, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Satveer Kaur-Gill, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Mohan Jyoti Dutta, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Nina Venkataraman, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Health, Communication, and the Digital: Untangling Digital Communication in Contemporary Health-Related Practices
Stefania Vicari, U of Leicester - Department of Media and Communication, UNITED KINGDOM
Listening and Health: Voice of Bangladeshi Expatriate Workers From the Middle East
Raihan Jamil, Zayed U, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Habibul Khondker, Zayed U, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
The Support Relationship Between Caregivers of Dementia Patients and Live-In Foreign Domestic Helpers in Singapore
Iccha Basnyat, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Leanne Chang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Understanding Immigrants and Minorities’ Avoidance of Seeking Medical Treatment in a Host Country: A Case Study with Foreign
Workers in Japan
Sachiko Terui, U of Oklahoma, USA
6226
Monday
09:30-10:45
Navis C
Experimental Studies of Robots and Agents
Communication and Technology
Chair
Tony Liao, Temple U, USA
Participants
In a Robot’s Body: Illusory Bilocation of the Self During Artificial Body Reduplication
Laura Aymerich-Franch, CNRS-AIST Joint Robotics Laboratory, JAPAN
Damien Petit, CNRS-AIST Joint Robotics Laboratory, JAPAN
Gowrishankar Ganesh, CNRS-AIST Joint Robotics Laboratory, JAPAN
Abderrahmane Kheddar, CNRS-AIST Joint Robotics Laboratory, JAPAN
Look Into My Blinking Red Eye! The Effects of Humanlike and Robot-Specific Nonverbal Behavior on Perception, Emotion, and
Behavior
Astrid Marieke Rosenthal-von der Puetten, U of Duisburg Essen, GERMANY
Jonathan Herrmann, U Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Touching a Mechanical Body: Tactile Contact With Intimate Parts of a Human-Shaped Robot is Physiologically Arousing
Jamy Li, Stanford U, USA
Wendy Ju, Stanford U, USA
Byron Reeves, Stanford U, USA
Social Snacking With a Virtual Agent: On the Interrelation of Need to Belong and Social Effects of Rapport When Interacting With
Artificial Entities
Nicole C. Kramer, U of Duisburg - Essen, GERMANY
Gale M Lucas, U of Southern California, USA
Lea Schmitt, U Duisburg-Essen, GERMANY
Jonathan Gratch, U of Southern California, USA
6230
Monday
09:30-10:45
Nire
Gaming and Health Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Dennis Frohlich, Bloomsburg U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
A Puzzle of Adherence to Exergames: Assessing Self-Centered and Environment-Driven Factors
Hyang-Sook Kim, Towson U, USA
Youjeong Kim, New York Institute of Technology, USA
Hypervideo for the Support of Physical Exercises: A Long-Term Evaluation in a Rehabilitation Scenario
Katrin Tonndorf, Passau U, GERMANY
Cancer Survivors Who Play Recreational Computer Games: Motivations for Playing and Associations With Beneficial
Psychological Outcomes
Maria Leonora G. Comello, U of North Carolina, USA
Diane B. Francis, U of North Carolina, USA
Laura H Marshall, U of North Carolina, USA
Deanna Puglia, U of North Carolina, USA
The Narrative Impact of Active Video Games (AVG) on Physical Activities (PA) Among Children
Amy Shirong Lu, Northeastern U, USA
Thomas Baranowski, Baylor College of Medicine, USA
S. L. Hong, Ohio U, USA
Richard Buday, Archimage, Inc, USA
Debbe Thompson, Baylor College of Medicine, USA
A Beltran, Baylor College of Medicine, USA
H. Dadabhoy, Baylor College of Medicine, USA
T Chen, Baylor College of Medicine, USA
6231
Monday
09:30-10:45
Kusu
Internet-Mediated Communication and Politics in the Post-Soviet World
Communication and Technology
Participants
Breaking the Stalemate of Leaderless Protest: Internet Elections as a Digital Tool to Centralize Collective Action in Russia
Florian Toepfl, Free U of Berlin, GERMANY
Political Communication in Russian New Media: “Opinions” vs. “News”
Elena Vartanova, Lomonosov Moscow State U, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Patterns of political behavior on social networking platforms in Russia: Facebook vs. Vkontakte
Anna Litvinenko, Free U of Berlin, GERMANY
Svetlana S. Bodrunova, National Association of Mass Media Researchers, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
The Use of Facebook by Ukrainian Journalists in the Post-EuroMaidan Ukraine: From Public Space to Public Sphere?
Dariya Orlova, National U of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, UKRAINE
The recent societal developments and changes in the media systems in the post-Soviet states (Russia, Ukraine and Belarus in
particular) raise the question whether the rapid spread of internet-mediated communication in non-democratic states in the past two
decades has empowered democratic forces – or rather played in the hand of ruling elites? While speculation on this question has
recently been pervasive both in academic journals and the mass media, according to leading scholars in the field, a strong body of
academic research on this question is only in the emerging. Within the current debate, there is a surprising scarcity of case-based,
cross-national perspectives. This is precisely the gap that this panel hopes to contribute to fill in.
6232
Monday
09:30-10:45
Kashi
Social Media Gratifications
Communication and Technology
Chair
Erin Flynn Klawitter, Northwestern U, USA
Participants
Overgratified, Undergratified, or Just Right?: Applying the Gratification Discrepancy Approach to Investigate Recurrent Facebook
Use
Shelby Rokito, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Natalya N. Bazarova, Cornell U, USA
Uses and Gratifications of Social Networking Sites for Social Capital: Comparing Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
Joe Phua, U of Georgia, USA
Seung-A Annie Jin, Boston College, USA
Jihoon (Jay) Kim, U of Georgia, USA
Social Media Heterogeneity and Life Satisfaction
Bumsoo Kim, U of Alabama, USA
Jeyoung Oh, U of Alabama, USA
Yonghwan Kim, U of Alabama, USA
Benefits and Harms From Internet Use: A Differentiated Analysis in the UK
Grant Blank, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Christoph Lutz, BI Norwegian Business School, NORWAY
6233
Monday
09:30-10:45
Kaede
6240
Monday
09:30-10:45
Rigel
Negotiations and Portrayals of Motherhood in Media Discourses Around the World
Feminist Scholarship
Participants
The Comparative News Framing of Postnatal Care: Differences Between The United States and South Korea
Heeyoung Jung, Temple U, USA
Nicole Henninger, Temple U, USA
Taking Care, Bringing Life: A Poststructuralist Feminist Analysis of Knowledge and Power Discourses of Maternal Health in an
Urban Basti in India
Vinita Agarwal, Salisbury U, USA
Ideologies of Motherhood in Contemporary Israeli TV Commercials
Sigal Barak-Brandes, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Feminist Agency and Social Activism: Mother-Daughter Discourse in a Campaign by Dove in Israel
Einat Lachover, Sapir College, ISRAEL
Sigal Barak-Brandes, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Good Green Mothers: First-Time Mothers Explore Their Environmentalism Against Their Transition to Motherhood
Niveen AbiGhannam, U of Texas, USA
Lucy Atkinson, U of Texas, USA
Changes in Broadcasting and News Systems
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Suda Ishida, Hamline U, USA
Participants
The Transnationalization of Television in China: Processes and Dynamics, 1992-1996
Hong Zhang, Zheijang U, CHINA
Controlling Affect in Hybrid Media System: Articulating and Circulating Emotion During a Disruptive Media Event
Anna Rantasila, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Nai-Wen Hong, Waseda U, JAPAN
Katja Valaskivi, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Risto Kunelius, U of Tampere, FINLAND
Mikihito Tanaka, Waseda U, JAPAN
The Shifting Paradigm of Korean Public Television: From National Propaganda to East Asian Hub
Ju Oak Kim, Temple U, USA
The Social, Political, and Economic Contexts Shaping the FM Dial in Amman, Jordan
Gretchen Beth King, U of Ottawa, CA
Why Audiences Stay Loyal to National Broadcast Television
Joseph D. Straubhaar, U of Texas, USA
Vanessa de Macedo Higgins Joyce, Texas State U, USA
Jeremiah P. Spence, U of Texas, USA
Vinicio Sinta, U of Texas, USA
6241
Monday
09:30-10:45
Vega
The Study of Online Opinion Expression
Mass Communication
Chair
Kyu Ho Youm, U of Oregon, USA
Participants
Bystander Intervention Against Uncivil User Comments: Do Intervention Information and User Responses Motivate Flagging?
Anja Kalch, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Teresa K. Naab, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Tino GK Meitz, Leibniz ScienceCampus Tuebingen, GERMANY
Communicating Policy to the Public: Influence of Online News Coverage and User-Generated Comments
Rui Shi, U of Pennsylvania, USA
It’s Different When It’s Real: Evaluating the Hypothetical Scenario Technique as a Measure of Opinion Expression Online
Yu Won Oh, Purdue U, USA
Trolling the Outspokenness: Exploring the Effects of Incivility on Spiral of Silence in News Comment Websites
Shuning Lu, U of Texas, USA
Gina Marie Chen, U of Texas, USA
Deepa Fadnis, U of Texas, USA
6242
Monday
09:30-10:45
Kiku
Digital Contention: Reflections on Two Generations of Activist Communication and Global Social Movements
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Anna Feigenbaum, Bournemouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
The Contemporary Epoch of Struggle: From the Global Justice Movement to the “Real Democracy” Movement
Peter Funke, U of South Florida, USA
Todd Wolfson, Rutgers U, USA
Networked politics in the 21st Century: How the Very Strengths of Digital Technology Can Threaten Movement Survival
Zeynep Tufekci, U of North Carolina, USA
Criminalizing Dissent: State Repression, Video Activism, and Counter-Summit Protesting
Chris Robe, Florida Atlantic U, USA
Alternative video and activist television practices - connecting the past and the present
Tina Askanius, Lund U, SWEDEN
Respondent
Anna Feigenbaum, Bournemouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Through an examination of activist media practices at select case studies from around the world, this panel will examine the
evolution of the role of alternative media in an oversaturated media environment. It will look at the tensions and exchanges between
traditions of autonomous media production and the increasing use of corporate-owned social media platforms that have come to
dominate the digital activism scenario. Drawing out the underlying logics of movement politics informing these waves of protests,
the panel will debate how activists’ digital communications can best conceptualized across time and place, emphasising the
importance of not only describing, but understanding the interpersonal and infrastructural exchanges that make visible networked
communications.
6243
Monday
09:30-10:45
Ran
Public Service Media: An Idea of the Enlightenment? (Panel of the Polish Communication Association)
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Iwona Hofman, Marie-Curie Skłodowska U in Lublin, POLAND
Participants
“Amongst Partners and Competitors….”: The Value of an Ecosystem Approach to Define Public Service Broadcasting’s Remit and
Legitimacy
Tim Raats, Free U of Brussels, BELGIUM
Karen Donders, Vrije U Brussel, BELGIUM
Regulating Public Service Media in a Changing Media Ecology: A Comparative Analysis of 18 Media Systems
Manuel Puppis, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Corinne Schweizer, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Laia Castro Herrero, U of Fribourg, SWITZERLAND
Public Service Media and Quality Local Information Provision
Henrik Ornebring, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Path-Dependency in the Evolution of Eastern European Public Service Media
Peter Gross, U of Tennessee, USA
Inside Public Service Media Firms: Challenges to Researching Organisational Cultures
Lizzie Jackson, London South Bank U, UNITED KINGDOM
Michal Glowacki, U of Warsaw, POLAND
This panel brings together a range of scholars able to draw together a diversity of theoretical and methodological approaches to
interrogate the idea of Public Service Media (PSM) in a post-enlightenment, post-mass media, global ecology. The panel will
explain the necessary shifts in the traditional public broadcasting model. They will also be tasked with exploring the ways in which
public service media enterprises organise and might re-organise internal structures and production processes in order to become
more adaptive to external factors.
6245
Monday
09:30-10:45
Sumire
Politicians on Social Media
Political Communication
Chair
Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Syracuse U, USA
Participants
Effeminate Speech on New Media: @HillaryClinton’s Public Intimacy Through Relational Labor
Flemming Schneider Rhode, U of Southern California, USA
Tisha Dejmanee, U of Southern California, USA
Michelle Obama, the First Lady of Social Media: The Symbolic Convergence of Social Media Visuals
Newly Paul, Appalachian State U, USA
Gregory Pearson Perreault, Appalachian State U, USA
Mobilizing for Some: The Effects of Politicians’ Participatory Facebook Posts on Young People’s Political Efficacy
Raffael Heiss, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Thanks for (Actually) Responding! How Citizen Demand Shapes Politicians’ Interactive Practices on Twitter
Rebekah Tromble, Leiden U, THE NETHERLANDS
The Social Media Logic of Political Interaction: Exploring Citizens’ and Politicians’ Relationship on Facebook and Twitter
Bente Kalsnes, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Anders Olof Larsson, Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication and Technology, NORWAY
Gunn Enli, U of Oslo, NORWAY
6246
Monday
09:30-10:45
Koh
Communication and Technology: Philosophical and Historical Approaches
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Larry Gross, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
Communication and Moral Standing: Davidson and Kant
Eli Dresner, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
"Communication" as a Deeply Contestable Concept
Mats V. Bergman, U of Helsinki, FINLAND
The Handshake of New Media and Theology: ICTs as Religious Constructs, Metaphors, and Experiences
Menahem Blondheim, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Hananel Rosenberg, Hebrew U of Jerusalem / Ariel U, ISRAEL
Rearticulating the Phonographic Archive
Ella Klik, New York U, USA
6247
Monday
09:30-10:45
Yoh
Revealing Hidden Bright Vectors: Undersung Communications and Policy Supports in Crises and Emergencies
Theme Sessions
Participants
Between Help and High Water: ‘Ham Radio’ as Last-Line Resilience in Disaster Communications
Iain Donald Macpherson, MacEwan U, CANADA
Digital Self-Determination and Emergency Communications: Building and Advocating for Indigenous Telecommunications in
Remote Northern Canada
Rob McMahon, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
Calling on the Crowd: Assessing the Opportunities and Challenges of Crowdsourced Information for Risk Reporting and Crisis
Response
Gordon Gow, U of Alberta, CANADA
This panel presents its participants’ investigations into the ‘hidden vectors’ of communication utilized by community-based groups
in peripheral and emergent spaces. The panelists discuss their examination of liminal ICT infrastructures that are put into action
during crises and emergencies. Panelists also draw attention to the role that policy and regulatory frameworks play to either support
or constrain the effective use of such tools and channels. Panelists report on their empirical research in this area, traversing a wide
range of locales: North American suburban basements, First Nations communities of northern Canada, and the hallways of a
Canadian university campus. Each presentation examines how community groups leverage ‘hidden vectors’ of crisis or emergency
communication, often in adaptation to resource or policy constraints.
6248
Monday
09:30-10:45
Kei
Culture, Politics, and Religion
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Sorin Nastasia, Southern Illinois U, USA
Participants
Direct and Mediated Intercultural Contact: A Study of Attitudes Towards North Korea
Dani Madrid-Morales, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Bolin Cao, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
From “Poison” to “Seeder”: The Gap Between Propaganda and Xuanchuan is Cultural
Chunfeng Lin, U of Illinois, USA
“Christmas is Now Cultural and There’s Nothing Discriminatory About It”: "Culture" as Legitimation Strategy in Discourses of
Laïcité
Melodine Chloe Sommier, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
En-countering Governmentality: The 'Quality' of Neoliberalism in China
Byron Hauck, Simon Fraser U, CANADA
Media Discourse: Clash of Civilization in Syrian Refugee Crises
Sheida Shirvani, Ohio U - Zanesville, USA
Purba Das, Ohio U Southern, USA
6249
Monday
09:30-10:45
Board Room
Interpersonal Communication in Families
Interpersonal Communication
Chair
Ashley Elrick, U of Utah, USA
Participants
A Grounded Theory of Familial Favoritism
Jimmie Manning, Northern Illinois U, USA
Andrea Lambert, Northern Kentucky U, USA
Let’s Talk About Sex: An Examination Into Parent/Child Communication and College Students’ Sex Conversations
Kellie Stanfield, U of Missouri, USA
That's What She Said: Parent-Child Communication About Sex
Lucy Niess, California State U, Fullerton, USA
The Process of Family Member Marginalization: Examining Turning Points Experienced by Black Sheep
Elizabeth Dorrance Hall, Utah State U, USA
Like Mother, Like Daughter? A Cross-Generational Analysis of the Intergenerational Effects of Mothers’ Conflict Styles on
Daughters’ in the Mother-Daughter Dyad
Qin Zhang, Fairfield U, USA
Maggie Wills, Fairfield U, USA
6253
Monday
09:30-10:45
Fuji
Copyright, Digital Cultures of Use, and Democracy
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Sandra Braman, Texas A&M U, USA
Participants
Fundamental incompatibility Between Fans and Intellectual Property? Dōjinshi Creation, Anime Fansubbing, and Copyright Laws in
Japan and the United States
Thiam Huat Kam, Rutgers U, USA
Digital Music Licensing: Using Statutory and Extended Collective Licensing to Solve Inequality and Inefficiency
Ian Dunham, Rutgers U, USA
The Politics of E-Books
Yoonmo Sang, Howard U, USA
Toward Cultural Democracy: Digital First Sale Doctrine and Copyright
Yoonmo Sang, Howard U, USA
6254
Monday
09:30-10:45
Sakura
Conflict Coaching and ADR Processes in Federal and State Government Agencies
Organizational Communication
Chair
Martin Remland, West Chester U, USA
Participants
Conflict Coaching And Workplace Mediation: Issues And Recommendations For Intelligent Dispute System Design
Tricia Suzanne Jones, Temple U, USA
Adapting a Brief Conflict Coaching Model to a Two-Culture Workplace (American and Japanese)
Merri Hanson King, Peninsula Mediation and ADR, AUSTRALIA
Meredith Eckles, Sacred Heart U, USA
Building Conflict Coaching in New York State Court System CRDCs
Tricia Suzanne Jones, Temple U, USA
Timothy Hedeen, Kennesaw State U, USA
Cheryl Cutrona, Temple U, USA
Respondent
Deborah A. Cai, Temple U, USA
Conflict coaching is a dispute resolution process, with the emphasis on conflict analysis and intervention rather than a general or
executive coaching purpose. As such, it is critical that conflict coaches are knowledgeable about conflict dynamics and a variety of
dispute resolution interventions. Understandably, conflict coaching was initially understood as a supplement to a mediation program.
Eventually, conflict coaching became recognized as a stand-alone dispute resolution mechanism effective for a variety of workplace
disputes, especially identity-based conflicts like affirmative-action and equal employment opportunity claims. This panel presents
insights about conflict coaching as an ADR mechanism that has great promise for Organizational Dispute System Design.
6260
Monday
09:30-10:45
Olive
Look Who’s Talking (Now) About Europe. Parties, Media, and Voters Between Financial Crisis and Euroskepticism
Political Communication
Chair
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Participants
The End of Silencing Strategies Towards EU Integration? An Analysis of Parties’ Communication in the Run-Up to the EP Elections
2014
Michaela Maier, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Melanie Leidecker-Sandmann, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Franzisca Schmidt, IKMB U of Bern, SWITZERLAND
Carlos Jalali, U of Aveiro, PORTUGAL
Invisible Europe? Analysing Agenda Setting Regarding the EU in Party Communication During the 2014 EP Election Campaign on
Facebook in the Czech Republic
Vaclav Stetka, U of Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC
Jan Svelch, U of Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC
Faces of Euroskepticism in the mass media – A seven country analysis of mass media communication in the run-up to the EP
elections 2014
Silke Adam, U of Bern, SWITZERLAND
Beatrice Eugster, U of Bern, SWITZERLAND
Eva Antl-Wittenberg, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Sylvia Kritzinger, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
EU attitudes in times of the economic crisis. News media’s potential to shape public opinion about EU performance
Claes H. De Vreese, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Respondent
Andreas Schuck, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The 2014 European Parliament (EP) elections took place under special conditions. Never before has the European integration project
been as contested. Strong Euroskeptic sentiments on the side of citizens were accompanied by an unprecedented success of
Euroskeptical parties – both fueled by the ongoing crisis of the Union regarding bailout, threatening breakdown of the Eurozone, and
disputed austerity measures. In this panel we ask, 1) how parties campaign in times of this Euroskeptic challenge, i.e. whether proEuropean parties remain silent leaving the floor to Euroskeptics, 2) how mass media deal with this Euroskeptic challenge and 3) how
citizens are affected by the information provided during the campaign.
6261
Monday
09:30-10:45
Sage
Blue Sky Workshop: Social Media and Mobile Media as Survey Research Tools
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Louisa Ha, Bowling Green State U, USA
Social Media and Mobile Media are penetrating into almost everyone’s daily lives and have become important media for survey
research dissemination and data collection. However, not many academic researchers received training on using these media for
survey research or know how to utilize the media creatively to conduct their survey research to maximize response rate and response
quality. This workshop provides opportunity for fellow survey researchers both in the industry and in academe to share their
experience and develop roadmaps on how to establish best practices for using these media for survey research. Participants should
either have experience in using mobile media and social media in collecting survey/experiment data or at least large scale survey
research experience.
6320
Monday
11:00-12:15
Argos C
Communicating With and To Power: Building Communication Capacity to Tackle Wicked Problems
Theme Sessions
Chair
Patricia Riley, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
The Role of Communication in the Political World
Michael Delli Carpini, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Communication for Effective Reforms
Sina Odugbemi, World Bank Group, USA
The Power of Global Media: Visual Arguments and Government Stories
Thomas Hollihan, U of Southern California, USA
The Power of Stories—Lessons From Health Campaigns
Sheila Teresa Murphy, U of Southern California, USA
Social Media Campaigns and Big Data: Measuring Impact
Francois Bar, U of Southern California, USA
Strategic Narratives: A Video Advocacy Toolkit
Sandra Ristovska, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Global Strategic Communication—Governments, Advocacy and Power
Monroe E. Price, U of Pennsylvania, USA
New Approaches to Leading Change and Innovation
Ernest J. Wilson III, U of Southern California, USA
Scenarios: the Power of the Future
Christina Hagen, U of Southern California, USA
Respondent
Xin Cui, China Development Research Foundation, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The World Bank-Annenberg Schools Summer Institute in Reform Communication was created for leaders in the World Bank,
NGOs, IGOs, Government Ministries in LDCs, and Community Based Organizations. Its theoretical approach conceives of
communication as both a process that is constitutive of the interactions that produce and reproduce the power structures that
maintain the intractability of problems that challenge reforms, but also conceives of communication as a set of powerful skills and
capabilities that can build the capacity for change in individuals, teams, organizations, networks, and cultural systems. This panel is
a hybrid discussion where the background and framework for the Institute will be presented followed by quick 5-minute overviews
of their modules by nine of the instructors at the Institute.
6321
Monday
11:00-12:15
Argos D
Attention and Divided Attention
Information Systems
Chair
Richard Wayne Huskey, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Participants
Jack of All Trades In The Era Of Media: Multitasking and Attentional Influences on Advertising Effectiveness
Anlan Zheng, U of Illinois, USA
Brittany R. L. Duff, U of Illinois, USA
Pick a Carrot: The Effects of Multitasking With Screen Devices on Snack Food Choices
Anastasia G Kononova, Michigan State U, USA
Anna R. McAlister, Michigan State U, USA
Hyun Jung Oh, Michigan State U, USA
Wonkyung Kim, Michigan State U, USA
Nagwan Refaat Zahry, Michigan State U, USA
Sean Cash, Tufts U, USA
Chen Qi, Michigan State U, USA
Xinrui Gao, Michigan State U, USA
Luiz Figueira, Michigan State U, USA
Xueyiting Li, Michigan State U, USA
Media Multitasking With Music: Examining the Role of Sensation Seeking
Jonghwan Baek, Michigan State U, USA
The Mood Regulatory Function of Media Multitasking
Nicole Neda Zamanzadeh, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Linz Daniel, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
The Two-Screen Experience: Examining the Interplay Between Multitasking and Involvement on User Perceptions of Television
Programs
Jacqueline Y Borrett, U of North Carolina, USA
Sriram Kalyanaraman, U of Florida, USA
An Eye-Tracking Study Into Multiscreening: Viewing Behavior, Reporting, and Effects
Claire Monique Segijn, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Hilde Voorveld, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Lisa Vandeberg, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Edith Gloria Smit, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
A Watched Pot Never Boils During Multitasking
Ranran Zhu, U of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Prabu David, Michigan State U, USA
Developing and Validating an Unobtrusive and Online Measure of the Attentional Component of Flow
Rene Weber, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Richard Wayne Huskey, U of California Santa Barbara, USA
Britney Nicole Craighead, U of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Magnum Terrazas, U of California Santa Barbara, USA
6322
Monday
11:00-12:15
Argos E
In the Digital Mirror: Avatars in Games
Game Studies
Chair
Jaime Banks, West Virginia U, USA
Participants
The Effect of Avatars’ Transformed Facial Similarity on Users’ Sense of Copresence
Doohwang Lee, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jung-Gyo Lee, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Young-Nam Seo, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Minkyung Kim, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Wooyeong Kil, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sungmin Kang, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hyobeom Seo, Kyung Hee U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Many Faces of Identification: Validating a Polythetic Metric for Assessing Player-Avatar Identification in Video Games
Edward Downs, U of Minnesota - Duluth, USA
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia U, USA
Jaime Banks, West Virginia U, USA
Variation in Player-Avatar Relationships: Towards a Genre-Independent Typology
Daniel Possler, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Christoph Klimmt, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Natascha Carnol, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Ina Weber, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Arthur A. Raney, Florida State U, USA
Avatarifying Communication in Education: Using Avatars to Enhance Student Self-Efficacy and Performance
Rabindra A. Ratan, Michigan State U, USA
Young June Sah, Michigan State U, USA
R.V. Rikard, Michigan State U, USA
6324
Monday
11:00-12:15
Navis A
Dialogues in Journalism Studies: The New Gatekeepers
Journalism Studies
Participants
The rise of expert amateurs in the realm of knowledge production: The case of Wikipedia’s newsworkers
Heather Ford, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Informational and social aspects of news dissemination on Facebook and Twitter
Elizabeth Dubois, U of Ottawa, CANADA
Trending this moment: Examining social media platforms as information gatekeepers through Facebook’s Trending topics and
Twitter’s Moments
Stefanie Duguay, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Second-Order Objectivity and the Outsourcing of Professional News Judgement
C.W. Anderson, CUNY- College of Staten Island, USA
Respondent
Stephen D. Reese, U of Texas - Austin, USA
In 1950, David Manning White applied Kurt Lewin’s social-psychological theory of gatekeeping to the process by which newswire
editors decide which stories will make it to print and which will not. Since then, gatekeeping theory has become a foundational
premise for understanding media and communication. The panel will respond to early conceptions of gatekeeping theory in order to
understand how news, information and knowledge are mediated today. In doing so, we hope to contribute to the emerging scholarly
understanding of how networks are serving to catalyse a major reconfiguration of the groups and individuals who have significantly
greater power to represent the world than others.
6325
Monday
11:00-12:15
Navis B
Antidrinking/Antialcohol Health Communication
Health Communication
Chair
Riina Raudne, Health Estonia Foundation, ESTONIA
Participants
Assessing Drinking Norms From Offline Experience and Social Network Site Use
Jian Rui, Lamar U, USA
The Enduring Impact of Parental Communication on Future Binge Drinking and Arrests: A Longitudinal Analysis
Candice Danae Donaldson, Claremont Graduate U, USA
Lindsay Handren, Claremont Graduate U, USA
William D. Crano, Claremont Graduate U, USA
The Influence of Affective, Cognitive, and Overall Attitude on Adolescents’ Intention to Drink Alcohol
Simon Zebregs, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Bas van den Putte, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Anneke de Graaf, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jeroen Lammers, Trimbos Institute Netherlands Institute for Mental Health and Addiction, THE NETHERLANDS
Peter Neijens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Consuming Alcohol to Prepare for Adulthood: An Event History Analysis of Chinese College Students’ Drinking Behavior
Yi Mou, Shanghai Jiao Tong U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Carolyn A. Lin, U of Connecticut, USA
6326
Monday
11:00-12:15
Navis C
The Politics of Social Media in China
Communication and Technology
Chair
Weiyu Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Participants
Do Circumvention Tools Promote Democratic Values? Exploring the Correlates of Anticensorship Technology Adoption in China
Fei Chris Shen, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Zhi’an Zhang, Sun Yat Sen U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Does Site Architecture Matter? Political Implications of Public- vs. Private-Oriented Social Network Sites in China
Chris Chao Su, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Francis L. F. Lee, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Political Information Use on Mobile SNS and Political Discussion in China: The Role of WeChat Users’ Social Networks
Aimei Yang, U of Southern California, USA
Linjuan Rita Men, U of Florida, USA
WeChat as a Semipublic Alternative Sphere: Exploring the Use of WeChat Among Chinese Older Adults
Lei Guo, Boston U, USA
6330
Monday
11:00-12:15
Nire
Framing Health Risk: Environment, Cancer, Genetics
Health Communication
Chair
Nakia Mariah Matthias, Ohio U, USA
Participants
Business and Breakthrough: Framing (Expanded) Genetic Carrier Screening for the Public
Avery E. Holton, U of Utah, USA
Heather Elaine Canary, U of Utah, USA
Bob Wong, U of Utah, USA
Illness Uncertainty and Uncertainty Management in Carriers and Individuals With Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency
Amber Kelly Worthington, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Roxanne Parrott, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Rachel A. Smith, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Interplay of Threat, Efficacy, and Uncertainty in Cancer News Coverage: Analysis of News Content and Effects in South Korea
Minsun Shim, Inha U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Yong-Chan Kim, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Keeho Park, Nanyang Technological U/Telenor, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Predictors of Cancer Risk Perception: Do Generational Differences and Emotion Matter?
Yen-I Lee, U of Georgia, USA
Jeong Yeob Han, U of Georgia, USA
Who is to Blame? Media Framing of Responsibility for Pediatric Environmental Health and Mothers’ Perceptions of Accountability
Susan L Mello, Northeastern U, USA
Andy S.L. Tan, Harvard U, USA
6331
Monday
11:00-12:15
Kusu
Exploring Online Communites
Communication and Technology
Chair
Carmina Teresa Rodriguez Hidalgo, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Enhancing Effectiveness of Computer-Mediated Collaborative Learning Through Social Dynamics
Jeremy Ong, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Investigating the Factors in Recruiting Participants to CSR Online Communities
Sun Young Lee, Texas Tech U, USA
Jaeki Song, Texas Tech U, USA
Jason Triche, U of Montana, USA
Sangmi Chai, Ewha Womans U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Reimagining Internet Geographies Through Usage: An Ethnological Approach
Harsh Taneja, U of Missouri, USA
The Wikipedia Adventure: A Field Experiment Evaluating an Interactive Tutorial for Newcomers
Sneha Narayan, Northwestern U, USA
Jake Orlowitz, Wikimedia Foundation, USA
Jonathan Morgan, Wikimedia Foundation, USA
Benjamin Mako Hill, U of Washington, USA
Aaron Shaw, Northwestern U, USA
6332
Monday
11:00-12:15
Kashi
Framing and Logics Surveillance and Privacy
Communication and Technology
Chair
Aram A. Sinnreich, American U, USA
Participants
Trading Password for Chocolate? Reciprocity Increases the Willingness to Communicate Personal Data
Christian Happ, U Trier, GERMANY
Andre Melzer, U of Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
Georges Steffgen, U of Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
Framing the Field of Online Self-Disclosure in Mainstream News Media
Tamar Ashuri, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Ruth Halperin, IDC, ISRAEL
Between the "Right to be Forgotten" and the “Celebrity Hack” Press Coverage on Digital Privacy
Thilo von Pape, U Hohenheim, GERMANY
Sabine Trepte, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Cornelia Mothes, Ohio State U, USA
The Logic of Connective Surveillance: Distributed Social Movements and the Role of Centralized Communication Infrastructures
Tim Libert, U of Pennsylvania, USA
6333
Monday
11:00-12:15
Kaede
Interactional Affordances of Mediated Communication: The Analysis of Mobile Phones Use, Web TV Interviews, Webcast
Football Talk, and Microblog Posts
Language & Social Interaction
Communication and Technology
Chair
Nadezhda Mihaylova Sotirova, U of Minnesota - Morris, USA
Participants
Intertextuality and Nationalism Discourse: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Microblog Posts in China
Mengjun Jun Guo, U of Washington, USA
Mobile Phones as an Interactional Resource in Assessment Activities
Joshua Raclaw, U of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Jessica Sarah Robles, Loughborough U, UNITED KINGDOM
Stephen DiDomenico, Rutgers U, USA
Webcast Football Talk and the Performance of ‘Super-Liveliness’
Goran Eriksson, Oslo and Akershus U College, SWEDEN
’They Thought It was a Mistake All the Time’. Web TV Interviews With Politicians: A Fuzzy Communicative Activity Type
Asa Kroon, Oslo and Akershus U College, SWEDEN
6340
Monday
11:00-12:15
Rigel
Class, Gender, and Power Dynamics in Global Virtual Work
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Wing Fai Leung, U College Cork, IRELAND
Participants
Crowdsourced Paid Work to India: Exploring an Emergent Form of Virtual Offshoring
Premilla D'Cruz, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, INDIA
Ernesto Noronha, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, INDIA
Uber and Labour Issues: Challenges and Continuity in Virtual Work
Wing Fai Leung, U College Cork, IRELAND
Virtual Work as a Route to Overcoming Inequalities in the Hollywood Organisational Model?
Keith Randle, U of Hertfordshire, UNITED KINGDOM
Virtual Work as Feminised Work
Juliet Webster, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute UOC, SPAIN.
6341
Monday
11:00-12:15
Vega
Transportation and Media Entertainment
Mass Communication
Chair
Jonathan Cohen, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Participants
Toward a Dynamic Model of Empathy, Narrative Transportation, and Autobiographical Memory
James G Collier, Ohio State U, USA
John Tchernev, Miami U, USA
Zheng Joyce Wang, Ohio State U, USA
Jennifer Tyrawski, Ohio State U, USA
Narrative as a Moral Trainer: Building Moral Character Through Stories
Barbara Maleckar, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Helena Bilandzic, Augsburg U, GERMANY
The Cultivation of Moral Reasoning: A Prolonged Exposure Experiment
Cornelia Schnell, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Helena Bilandzic, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Transporting to the Dark Side: The Role of Transportation Plays in Enjoyment of Horror Movies
Yan Luo, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA
6342
Monday
11:00-12:15
Kiku
New/Emerging Information and Communication Technologies in Environmental Collaboration
Environmental Communication
Chair
Jennifer Good, Brock U, CANADA
Participants
Cyberspace and Conferencing in the Era of Climate Change: Best Practices, Limitations and Ways Forward
Jennifer Good, Brock U, CANADA
It Takes a Village to Build a Sea Level Rise App: Informing Citizens About Climate Change in Miami
Susan L. Jacobson, Florida International U, USA
Juliet Gill Pinto, Florida International U, USA
Robert Gutsche Jr, Florida International U, USA
Knowledge Empowered: Social Media and Scientists’ Public Engagement in China’s Environmental Movement
Xiaole Ni, State U of New York - College of Environmental Science and Forestry, USA
David Sonnenfeld, State U of New York - College of Environmental Science and Forestry, USA
Activism via ICTs: Indigenous Messages in Today’s Global Environmental Movements
Nancy A. Van Leuven, California State U, East Bay, USA
Thomasena Shaw, Bridgewater State U, USA
Danielle Newton, California State U - Sacramento, USA
6343
Monday
11:00-12:15
Ran
The Study of News and Social Media
Mass Communication
Chair
Jayeon (Janey) Lee, Lehigh U, USA
Participants
Not Funny! The Effects of Objective Versus Humorous Journalistic Responses to Uncivil User Comments
Marc Ziegele, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Pablo B. Jost, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Recommender System Cues and Co-Orientation in Users’ Online News Selection
Ines Engelmann, Friedrich Schiller U Jena, GERMANY
Manuel Wendelin, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Social Media Embeddedness in the Newsroom: Institutional Arrangements and Gatekeeping Adjustments
Clarissa C. David, U of the Philippines, PHILIPPINES
Edson Tandoc, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Evelyn Katigbak, U of the Philippines, PHILIPPINES
Twitter Me This: Does News Media Reliance on Quoting From Twitter Affect Credibility and Quality Judgments?
Michael Schmierbach, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Anne Oeldorf-Hirsch, U of Connecticut, USA
Michael P. Boyle, West Chester U, USA
Alyssa Appelman, Northern Kentucky U, USA
6345
Monday
11:00-12:15
Sumire
Survey Research and Media Effects
Political Communication
Chair
Michael F. Meffert, Leiden U, NL
Participants
Attitude Strength and Weaknesses: A Comprehensive Study on Effect Sizes of Attitude Attributes on Opinion Change
Dominik Johannes Leiner, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
It’s Not Only the Economy, Stupid! It’s the Media, Too!
Christina Koehler, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Mathias Weber, U Mainz, GERMANY
Oliver Quiring, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Let’s Talk About Reliability: Question Order and the Vulnerability of Political Talk Frequency Measures
Mark Boukes, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Alyssa C Morey, State U of New York - Albany, USA
Messages Mismeasured: Minimal Media Effects as a Consequence of Unreliable Measurement
Michael Scharkow, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Marko Bachl, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
6346
Monday
11:00-12:15
Koh
Media Logics in the Age of New Media: Critical Reflections on a Concept
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Stig Hjarvard, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
Participants
Media logics: Translating a Media Concept to a Sociological Vocabulary
Stig Hjarvard, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
Algorithms, Big Data, and the Role of Network Media Logic
Ulrike Klinger, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Jakob Svensson, Uppsala U, SWEDEN
Media Logics, Technology and Media Grammar: New Perspectives on the Relation Between Technology, Organisations, and Power
Structures
Mario Anastasiadis, U of Bonn, GERMANY
Caja C. Thimm, U of Bonn, GERMANY
Changing Media Technologies, Changing News Media Logic: Understanding the Changing Dynamics of the Mediatization of
Politics
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Frank Esser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Respondent
David L. Altheide, Arizona State U, USA
This panel aims to critically examine the problems and possibilities of developing the concept of ‘media logics’ in the age of new
media, in particular social network media. This involves a careful examination of the different dimensions or layers of logics,
including technological, commercial, social, and semiotic dimensions. Furthermore, we need to develop an understanding of media
logics that allow us to understand the functioning of media at the level of both societal structure and individual agency. The panel
participants have all contributed extensively to the research on media logics and the respondent is the co-founder of the concept.
6347
Monday
11:00-12:15
Yoh
Online Memorialization, Mourning, and the Posthumous Management of the Digital Self
Popular Communication
Communication and Technology
Chair
Mirca Madianou, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Stewarding Someone Else’s Self: Managing Postmortem Digital Identities on Facebook
Jed R Brubaker, U of Colorado Boulder, USA
Visual Afterlife: A Case Study of Posthumous Camera Phone Practices
Larissa Hjorth, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Jung Moon, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Mobile-Mediated Companionship in Grief
Kathleen Mae Cumiskey, CUNY- College of Staten Island, USA
‘We Hope They Might Reply to Us One Day’: Coping With Extreme Loss Through Social Media in the Aftermath of Disaster
Mirca Madianou, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Jonathan Corpus Ong, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Social media in the Funeral Industry: Surveying Adoption and Adaptation
Bjorn Nansen, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Michael Arnold, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Martin Gibbs, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Tamara Kohn, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Luke van Ryn, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
This panel draws together a group of international scholars in order to develop a multidisciplinary dialogue about digital afterlife and
the popular practices of memorialization and coping with loss. In so doing the panel brings together approaches which are often kept
separate in this emerging but urgent area of inquiry. Departing broadly from a sociotechnical perspective on understanding the social
consequences of communication technology, the participants bring contrasting perspectives and research foci into conversation. At
the heart of this popular culture inquiry on the role of technology, death and memorialization are questions of agency and power: the
power of technology to shape experiences of loss but also the agency of individuals and communities in appropriating platforms in
potentially expansive ways.
6348
Monday
11:00-12:15
Kei
Cultural Identity and Social Identity
Intercultural Communication
Chair
Aparna Hebbani, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Powerful Uncertainty for the Future of Japan’s Cultural Diversity: Theorizing Japanese Homogenizing Discourses
Satoshi Toyosaki, Southern Illinois U - Carbondale, USA
Shinsuke Eguchi, U of New Mexico, USA
The Dual Factor Relational Framework
Yi-Hui Huang, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Olwen Bedford, U of Macau, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yin Zhang, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA
Island’s Sunrise (島嶼天光): Performing Taiwan's Independent Identity
Hui-Ching Chang, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
Subject of a Difference: Regional Cinema in India and the Margins of National Imaginary
Sushmita Pandit, Jadavpur U, INDIA
Saayan Chattopadhyay, Jadavpur U, INDIA
Jewish Identity in the Diaspora: A Study of Diasporic Jews in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF)
Alan M Teitleman, Wake Forest U, USA
Social Identity of Israeli Ethiopians As Reflected in Their Responses to Media Coverage of Terrorism
Vered Reich, Achva Academic College, ISRAEL
6349
Monday
11:00-12:15
Board Room
Histories of Television: Practices, Cultures, and Institutions
Communication History
Chair
Lars Lundgren, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
Participants
"Please Send us Your Money": The BBC’s Evolving Relationship With Charitable Causes and Fundraising
Suzanne Franks, City U, UNITED KINGDOM
Television in Ireland: A History From the Mediated Centre
Edward Brennan, Dublin Institute of Technology, IRELAND
“Teevee Jeebies”: Gender, Taste, and Playboy’s Uneasy Relationship With Television as Mass Culture, 1954-1972
Monique Bourdage, U of Michigan, USA
Early Japanese Television Discourse in Kinema Junpō 1953 – 1958
Yuki Nakayama, U of Michigan, USA
Respondent
Lars Lundgren, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
6353
Monday
11:00-12:15
Fuji
The Future of Instructional and Developmental Communication
Instructional & Developmental Communication
Participants
Stephanie Kelly, North Carolina A&T State U, USA
Michelle T. Violanti, U of Tennessee, USA
Annie Beck, U of Kentucky, USA
Hamlet Autman, Interactive College of Technology, USA
CJ Claus, California State U - Stanislaus, USA
This division has undergone substantial changes in the last several years. The purpose of this discussion panel is to brainstorm the
future direction of the division in terms of focus, recruitment, and bylaws. Anyone interested in instructional communication,
developmental communication, or the broad topics of communication related to information behaviors are welcome to come and
share their ideas with the leadership team.
6354
Monday
11:00-12:15
Sakura
Power [and, in, of] Public Relations
Public Relations
Chair
Tracy Loh, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Participants
Exploring a Positive Form of Power: Public Relations and Institutional Agency in an Authoritarian Context
Jenny Zhengye Hou, Massey U, NEW ZEALAND
The Power of Electronic Word of Mouth: Impact on Credibility, Organization-Public Relationships, and Reputation
Kristin Rosevear, Collaborations: Teachers and Artists, USA
Hongmei Shen, San Diego State U, USA
The Role of Stakeholder Engagement in the Context of Community Health: A Qualitative Study on Strategic Communication and
Community Empowerment
Lan Ni, U of Houston, USA
Zhiwen Xiao, U of Houston, USA
Qian Lu, U of Houston, USA
Beverly Gor, Houston Health Department, USA
Bingyang Ji, U of Houston, USA
Yan Cui, Nanjing Forestry U, CHINA
When CEOs Cry: How CEOs’ Emoting Impacts Stakeholder Perceptions of Organization
May O. Lwin, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Augustine Pang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Mano Vikneshwaran, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Yanpeng Yeo, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Jinghui Xu, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Lee Hui Zyi, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Benjamin Ho, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Ambient Power and Relationships in Public Relations
Petra Theunissen, Auckland U of Technology, NEW ZEALAND
Helen Sissons, Auckland U of Technology, NEW ZEALAND
Respondent
Erich James Sommerfeldt, U of Maryland, USA
6360
Monday
11:00-12:15
Olive
Check It Out: Fact Checking on Old and New Media
Political Communication
Chair
Drew Berkley Margolin, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Get Your Facts Straight: The Effectiveness of Corrective Information on Facebook
Fred Jennings, U of Missouri, USA
Rocío Galarza, U of Missouri, USA
Brittney Monroe, U of Missouri, USA
Political Fact Checking on Twitter: When Do Corrections Have an Effect?
Drew Berkley Margolin, Cornell U, USA
Aniko Hannak, Northeastern U, USA
Ingmar Weber, Qatar Computing Research Institute, HBKU, QATAR
Political Fact-Checking as Persuasion: How Corrective Messages Can Reduce Political Misperceptions
Brian E Weeks, U of Michigan, USA
What Drives Political Fact-Checking? Understanding the Growth of a New Genre of News
Lucas Graves, U of Wisconsin, USA
Brendan Nyhan, Dartmouth College, USA
Jason Reifler, Exeter U, UNITED KINGDOM
6361
Monday
11:00-12:15
Sage
Distracted, Dissatisfied, Drunk, and Other Disorders: Youth, Media, and Well-Being
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Causes and Consequences of Internet Gaming Disorder
Sophie F Waterloo, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Jeroen S Lemmens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Effects of Advertising Exposure on Children’s Materialism, Psychological Well-Being, and Life Satisfaction
Suzanna Johanna Opree, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Moniek Buijzen, Radboud U Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Eva van Reijmersdal, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Dealing With Media Distractions: An Observational Study on Computer-Based Multitasking Among Children and Adults
Susanne E. Baumgartner, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sindy R. Sumter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Winneke van der Schuur, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Media Multitasking and Sleep Problems: A Longitudinal Study Among Adolescents
Winneke van der Schuur, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Susanne E. Baumgartner, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sindy R. Sumter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Patti M. Valkenburg, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Respondent
Charisse L'Pree Corsbie-Massay, Syracuse U, USA
6420
Monday
12:30-13:45
Argos C
ICA Fukuoka Closing Plenary: Surveillance, Power, and Communication
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Participant
Robin Elizabeth Mansell, London School of Economics and Political Science, UNITED KINGDOM
Is digital communication becoming ungovernable? Perspectives on governance issues differ and actions following from these
differences have major consequences for the future of mediated life. The first part of the lecture will compare and contrast
disciplinary assumptions about the way people engage within an algorithmic culture or ‘big data’ ecology. The second part will
examine perspectives on surveillance and privacy protection, giving particular attention to the way power is presumed to operate and
to whether this is consistent with a notion of ethical governance.
6520
Monday
14:00-15:15
Argos C
Capturing Sight and Sound: Histories of Documentation
Communication History
Chair
Travers Scott, Clemson U, USA
Participants
Erich Salomon, the Candid Camera, and the Consolidation of Photojournalism, 1928-1933
Annie Rudd, Columbia U, USA
The Scrutiny of the Lens: Press Photography of Parliaments and the Unique Case of the Australian Parliament
Sally Young, U of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Recording Intimacy, Reviewing Spectacle: The Emergence of Video in the American Home (Top Student Paper)
Hannah Spaulding, Northwestern U, USA
The Orientalized Phonograph: The Mechanical Recording of Oral Jewish Tradition
Ido Ramati, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Respondent
Travers Scott, Clemson U, USA
6521
Monday
14:00-15:15
Argos D
Processing Stories, Films, and Music
Information Systems
Chair
Allison Zorzie Shaw, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Participants
Self and Stories: The Implicit Nature of Identification
Stefan Krause, U Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
An Application of the Dual Coding Landscape Model of Comprehension to Full-Length Feature Films
Courtney E. Anderegg, Ohio State U, USA
Fashina Alade, Northwestern U, USA
David R. Ewoldsen, Michigan State U, USA
Findings From a Longitudinal Experiment Examining the Impact of Romantic Films on Romantic Beliefs
Allison Zorzie Shaw, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Matthew N. Grizzard, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Jacob Neiheisel, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Emily A. Dolan, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Jialing Huang, SUNY – U at Buffalo, USA
Memories From a Binger: An Experimental Investigation of Viewing Experience and the Impact on Product Placement Recall
Heather Shoenberger, U of Oregon, USA
Adopting the Sexual Gaze: Exposure to Sexually Objectifying Music Videos and Visual Attention Toward Women
Kathrin Karsay, U of Vienna, Department of Communication, AUSTRIA
Jorg Matthes, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Phillip Platzer, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Myrna Plinke, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Do Lyrics of Pop Songs Matter for Message Processing?
Anja Kalch, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Tino GK Meitz, Leibniz ScienceCampus Tuebingen, GERMANY
Carolin Mengele, Augsburg U, GERMANY
It's No Game: Testing if Generative Music Systems in Video Games Increase Flow in Players
Joshua D. Sites, Indiana U, USA
Do Attentional and Reward Networks Synchronize During Media Induced Flow Experiences? A Test of the Synchronization Theory
of Flow
Richard Wayne Huskey, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Britney Nicole Craighead, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Rene Weber, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
6522
Monday
14:00-15:15
Argos E
CAT Hybrid Session 4: Collaboration, Work, and Organizations
Communication and Technology
Chair
Drew Berkley Margolin, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Slacking by Checking? A Study of Employees’ Perceived Internet Checking Habit in Relation to Their Perceived Work Efficiency.
Mariek Vanden Abeele, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Alexander Peter Schouten, Tilburg U, THE NETHERLANDS
Karel Verbrugge, iMinds-MICT-Ghent U, BELGIUM
Marlies Van de Pas, Tilburg U, THE NETHERLANDS
Modeling Interactive Discourses to Understand Ethical Reasoning Development in Online Teams
Lorraine G. Kisselburgh, Purdue U, USA
Breaking into the Blackbox: The Effects of Communication on Quality of Peer Knowledge Production
Ruqin Ren, U of Southern California, USA
Bei Yan, U of Southern California, USA
A Connected Lives Perspective on How Independent Artists Leverage Social Media to Create Intimacy With Buyers
Erin Flynn Klawitter, Northwestern U, USA
Chasing the “Bottom Billion”: Tech Companies and the Selling of Global Connectivity
Benjamin Andrew James Pearson, U of Michigan, USA
Seyram Avle, U of Michigan, USA
(Re)Framing the News: The Effects of Framed Online Comments: A Process Model and Empirical Test
Christian von Sikorski, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
A Goal-Based Framework of Media Choice
Yoram M. Kalman, Open U of Israel, ISRAEL
Keri Keilberg Stephens, U of Texas, USA
Dron M Mandhana, U of Texas, USA
6524
Monday
14:00-15:15
Navis A
Journalism as Political Communication
Journalism Studies
Political Communication
Chair
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, U of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Interpreting the Intermedia Agenda-Setting Power of the UK Press on TV During the 2015 UK Election
Stephen Cushion, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Allaina Kilby, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Richard Thomas, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Marina Morani, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Richard Sambrook, Cardiff U, UNITED KINGDOM
Comparing Political Parallelism of German and Spanish Online News During the Euro Crisis
Johannes Kaiser, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Katharina Kleinen-von Koenigsloew, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
The Softening of Journalistic Political Communication – A Critical Review of Concepts and a Comprehensive Framework Model
Lukas Otto, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Isabella Glogger, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Mark Boukes, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Mediatization as an Indicator of Convergence of Media Systems: Campaign Coverage on Austrian Television, 1983–2013
Josef Seethaler, Austrian Academy of Sciences, AUSTRIA
Gabriele Melischek, Austrian Academy of Sciences, AUSTRIA
New Parties in the News: The Effect of New Parties Entering Parliament on Their Visibility in News Media Coverage
Joost van Spanje, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Elias Dinas, U of Nottingham, UNITED KINGDOM
Bjoern Burscher, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
6525
Monday
14:00-15:15
Navis B
Online/Internet Health Information Seeking
Health Communication
Chair
Fan Yang, U of Miami, USA
Participants
A Longitudinal Study on the Reciprocal Relationship Between Health Anxiety and Online Health Information Seeking
Fam te Poel, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Susanne E. Baumgartner, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Tilo Hartmann, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Martin Tanis, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
An Examination of the Gatekeeping Process of Health Information on Weibo
Yujie Duan, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Examining Factors Influencing Health-Related Internet Activities and its Outcome: Trusts, Health-Related Internet Activities, and
Patient-Provider Relationship
Sun Young Lee, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jounghwa Choi, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Ghee-Young Noh, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Predictors of Adolescent Health Information Seeking on Social Media and Associated Psychological and Behavioral Outcomes
Heather Zupancic-Montague, Northwestern U, USA
Drew Cingel, Northwestern U, USA
Alexis Lauricella, Northwestern U, USA
Ellen Wartella, Northwestern U, USA
6526
Monday
14:00-15:15
Navis C
Sex, Gender, and Technology
Communication and Technology
Chair
Elizabeth Newbury, Cornell U, USA
Participants
Immaterial Labour, Gender, and Identity: Recoding Female Engineers in China
Ping Sun, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA
Michelangelo Magasic, Curtin U, AUSTRALIA
Blogging for Women's Economic Empowerment: Exploring the Role of Sharing
Idit Manosevitch, Netanya Academic College, ISRAEL
Yonit Tzuk, Netanya Academic College, ISRAEL
Sexual Selves on Social Media: Contextualizing Facebook Uses by Diasporic Gay Men
Alexander Dhoest, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Lukasz Szulc, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Reputational Economies and the Business of Online Shame: A Case Study of Revenge Porn
Ganaele Langlois, York U, CANADA
Andrea Slane, U of Ontario Institute of Technology, CANADA
6530
Monday
14:00-15:15
Nire
Mediated Views of Health: Food, Size, Weight
Health Communication
Chair
Davi Kallman, Washington State U, USA
Participants
About Frankenfood and Salmonella: Framing Food Safety in U.S. News Media and Online Issue Networks
Barbara Pfetsch, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Daniel Maier, Free U of Berlin, GERMANY
Peter Miltner, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Annie Waldherr, Freie U Berlin, GERMANY
Food Reasoning: The Influences of Emotional Framing, Food Knowledge, and Media Exposure on Food Judgments
Jiawei Liu, Washington State U, USA
Rachel L. Bailey, Washington State U, USA
Model Pictures and Weight-Related Persuasive Messages Affecting Online Forum Users' Weight Loss Intention
Wenjing Pan, U of California - Davis, USA
Jorge Pena, U of California - Davis, USA
Privilege Acknowledged and Reinforced: Manifestations of the Possible Self in Women’s Health and Fitness Magazines
Lara Elmayan, State U of New York - Geneseo, USA
Atsushi Tajima, State U of New York - Geneseo, USA
The Politics of Source Credibility: Examining the Relationship Between a Political Representative’s Physical Size and Race.
David Morin, Utah Valley U, USA
Mark Allen Flynn, Coastal Carolina U, USA
6531
Monday
14:00-15:15
Kusu
Digital Advertising
Communication and Technology
Chair
Rebecca A. Hayes, Illinois State U, USA
Participants
Can You See? An Eye-Tracking Approach to Examine the Effectiveness of Native Advertisements on Social Networking Sites
Yongick Jeong, Louisiana State U, USA
Lance Vardaman Porter, Louisiana State U, USA
Kasey Windels, Louisiana State U, USA
Rui Wang, Louisiana State U, USA
A-Reum Jung, Louisiana State U, USA
Jun Heo, Louisiana State U, USA
Consumers' Cognitions of and Attitudes Toward Digital Signage Advertising
Heejun Lee, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Chang-Hoan Cho, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Young Women’s Cognition of Commercial Digital Signage in Shopping Malls: A Situated Action Approach
Becky Pham, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Weiyu Zhang, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Effects of 3-W Movie Screen Advertising on Viewers' Perceived Pleasure, Arousal, and Advertisement Evaluation
Namkee Park, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Kiseul Suh, Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Seohee Sohn, Yonsei U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
6532
Monday
14:00-15:15
Kashi
Framing the News: International Perspectives
Journalism Studies
Political Communication
Chair
Neil James Thurman, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Participants
An Insidious Poison or a Door to the Story? Journalists’ Interpretations of Framing and Newsroom Strategies of Counterframing
Jan Boesman, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Baldwin Van Gorp, Katholieke U Leuven, BELGIUM
Framing Terror: A Content Analysis of Media Frames Used in Covering ISIS
Kris Boyle, Brigham Young U, USA
Jordan Mower, Brigham Young U, USA
International Framing of Occupy Central
Lijing Gao, Iowa State U, USA
Raluca Cozma, Iowa State U, USA
Journalism Culture and its Impact on the Contextualization of Reality: A Qualitative Narrative and Framing Analysis of the Political
Foreign News in German and British Newspapers
Marc Christian Wilhelm Jungblut, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Ursula Ohliger, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Talking About Marijuana: News Framing of Marijuana Legalization Stories in the United States
Hwalbin Kim, U of South Carolina, USA
6533
Monday
14:00-15:15
Kaede
Discursive Features of Condemnation, Blame Avoidance, Stancetaking, and Positioning in Political Communication
Language & Social Interaction
Political Communication
Chair
David Boromisza-Habashi, U of Colorado - Boulder, USA
Participants
Political Condemnations: Public Speech Acts and the Moralization of Discourse
Zohar Kampf, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Tamar Katriel, U of Haifa, ISRAEL
Anticipative Blame Avoidance in Government Communication Guidelines: A Discourse-Historical Analysis
Sten Hansson, Lancaster U, UNITED KINGDOM
Online Discourse of Radical Movements: Exploring Stance in Nigerian Islamist Groups’ Web Discourses
Innocent Chiluwa, Covenant U, NIGERIA
Ada Sonia Peter, Covenant U, NIGERIA
Positioning in Narratives-in-Interaction: An Analysis of YouTube Video Comments During the 2014 Hong Kong Protest
Luling Huang, Temple U, USA
6540
Monday
14:00-15:15
Rigel
New Contexts and Methods for Social Change: Crises, Campaigns, and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Ying Wang, U of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
Participants
Communication for Development and Social Change in Montenegro: Lessons From a Campaign to Influence Social Norms for an
Inclusive Society
Rafael A. Obregon Galvez, UNICEF, USA
Jelena Perovic, UNICEF, MONTENEGRO
Corporate Sustainability Framework as a Conception of CSR: Conceptual Explication
S. Senyo Ofori-Parku, U of Alabama, USA
A Culture-Centered Campaign With Foreign Domestic Workers (FDWs) in Singapore
Mohan Jyoti Dutta, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Asha Rathina Pandi, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Satveer Kaur-Gill, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Accountability to Whom? Humanitarian Action, New Communication Technologies, and Power Asymmetries in Disaster Recovery
Mirca Madianou, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Jonathan Corpus Ong, U of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
Liezel Longboan, Goldsmiths, U of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Jayeel Cornelio, Ateneo de Manila U, PHILIPPINES
NGO, CSR, and Corporate Engagement: Perspectives From Vietnam
Marianne D. Sison, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Hue Duong, RMIT International U, VIET NAM
6541
Monday
14:00-15:15
Vega
Advances in the Study of Science Communication
Mass Communication
Chair
Teresa Lynch, Indiana U, USA
Participants
Can Facebook Facilitate Public Engagement With Science? The Moderating Role of Information Literacy and Discussion
YI-TSEN CHIU, National Chengchi U, TAIWAN
Cheng-ying Wu, National Chengchi U, TAIWAN
Tsung-Jen Shih, National Chengchi U, TAIWAN
Explaining Stakeholders’ Representations of Scientific Uncertainties of Biotechnological Research in Public
Senja Post, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Michaela Maier, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Extending The Cognitive Mediation Model: Factors Associated With Perceived Familiarity and Factual Knowledge Of
Nanotechnology
Xiaodong Yang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Soo Fei Chuah, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Edmund W. J. Lee, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
More Credible but Less Effective: The Effects of News Cues on Perceptions of Self-Driving Technologies
Tianduo Zhang, U of Florida, USA
Jung Won Chun, U of Florida, USA
Baobao Song, U of Florida, USA
Ah Ram Lee, U of Florida, USA
Jungyun Won, U of Florida, USA
Sriram Kalyanaraman, U of Florida, USA
6542
Monday
14:00-15:15
Kiku
Environmental Themes and Popular Narratives: Communicating Change From Asia to Europe
Environmental Communication
Chair
Miyase Christensen, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Participants
Climate Fiction and Narratives of Hope and Despair
Alison Anderson, Plymouth U, UNITED KINGDOM
Eco-activism Stories: the Case of Lego
Toby Miller, U del Norte, COLOMBIA
Fast Media and Slow Media on Climate Change
Miyase Christensen, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Exploring Cultural Symbolism in Chinese Environmental Narratives
Jingfang Liu, Fudan U, CHINA
Linchuan Jack Qiu, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
The aim of this panel is to explore and analyze a variety of popular communication forms, and the power embedded therein, in
narrativizing environmental change and mobilizing human action. Popular communication here is defined to include the entire
grammar, syntax, and vocabulary of everyday life expressed in literature, media, film, through social movements and other
performances and speech acts. Popular communication narratives, on the whole, do not only provide frames within which audiences
regard everyday “lived” dimensions of environmental change and environmental politics, but they can also impact upon
formulations of future scenarios and policies. Environmental narratives are also continuously reconfigured as they travel through
diverse mediums/media and geographic scales.
6543
Monday
14:00-15:15
Ran
Advances in the Study of Entertainment Media
Mass Communication
Chair
Charisse L'Pree Corsbie-Massay, Syracuse U, USA
Participants
Friends in Books: Figure Attributes, Reading Experience, and Their Influence on Parasocial Relationships and Romances
Nicole Liebers, U Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Holger Schramm, U of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
Generation Me in the Spotlight: Linking Reality TV to Narcissism, Materialism, and Entitlement
Suzanna Johanna Opree, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Rinaldo Kuehne, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Quality TV and Social Distinction: An Experiment on How Quality TV Series Distinguish Their Users
Daniela M. Schluetz, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Helmut Scherer, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Katharina Emde, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
Jonas Wedemeyer, Hanover U of Music, Drama, and Media, GERMANY
“Glued to the Tube”: The Interplay Between Self-Control, Evening Television Viewing, and Bedtime Procrastination
Liese Exelmans, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Jan Van den Bulck, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
6545
Monday
14:00-15:15
Sumire
Political Information and News Exposure in Election Time
Political Communication
Chair
Sophie Lecheler, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Detachment From Surveillance Needs: Effects of ‘News Finds Me’ Perception on Political knowledge, Interest, and Voting
Homero Gil de Zuniga, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Trevor H Diehl, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Does Political Advertising Still Matter?: Linkage of Message Frames With Personal Traits for Political Ads Effectiveness
Eun-Kyung Han, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Chanho Park, Sungkyunkwan U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hyoungkoo Khang, U of Alabama, USA
Opportunity Structures for Selective Exposure: Investigating Selective Exposure and Learning in Swedish Election Campaigns
Morten Skovsgaard, U of Southern Denmark, Centre for Journalism, DENMARK
Adam Shehata, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Jesper Stromback, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Political Information for Closed Minds: Effects of the Need for Cognitive Closure on Political Interest and News Consumption
Eike Mark Rinke, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Patricia Moy, U of Washington, USA
When the Interests of Parties, Media, and Electorate Diverge
Marloes Jansen, Northumbria U, UNITED KINGDOM
Sikke Jansma, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Susanne Barth, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Menno de Jong, U of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
6546
Monday
14:00-15:15
Koh
Use Of Mobile Services In Different Contexts (High Density)
Mobile Communication
Chair
Veronika Karnowski, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Participants
Contextualized Motivations Predicting the Continuous Use of Smart Devices Among People With Physical Disabilities
H. Erin Lee, Hankuk U of Foreign Studies, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Jaehee Cho, Chung-Ang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Experiencing Smartglasses in Everyday Life: An Empirical Study Based on Grounded Theory
Joachim Robert Hoeflich, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Tim Kessler, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Castulus Kolo, Macromedia U of Applied Sciences, GERMANY
Mobile Phones for Coordination in Violent Conflict
abdul rohman, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Natalie Pang, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
'Igorotak, mensilsilponak' Inayan and Other Expressions of Indigeneity Through the Mobile Phone
Dazzelyn Baltazar Zapata, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Mobile Phone Use in Northern Tanzania
Benson Perry Fraser, Regent U, USA
William J. Brown, Regent U, USA
Terrence R Lindvall, Virginia Wesleyan College, USA
Steven Kiruswa, Regent U, USA
Migrant Parenting and Mobile Phone Use: Rebuilding Relationships Between Chinese Migrant Workers and Their “Left-Behind”
Children
Piper Liu, Hong Kong Baptist U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Louis W. Leung, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Our World is Under Our Control?!: Mobile Phone as a Dialectical Transformative Tool for Rural-Urban Female Migrant Workers
in China
Xin PEI, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Arul Chib, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Rich Ling, Nanyang Technological U/Telenor, SINGAPORE
6547
Monday
14:00-15:15
Yoh
Four Square Pegs: Understanding Popular Communication
Popular Communication
Chair
Bethany Klein, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
Classifying Social Media Audience Management Strategies Through Writers’ Room Twitter Accounts
Annemarie Navar-Gill, U of Michigan, USA
Living Healthy Versus Looking Attractive: The Multimodal Portrayal of Skin Cancer in Women’s Magazines in the United States
Yiyi Yang, U of Alabama, USA
Mitt Romney, Mormonism, and the Media: How Culture Matters in the Public Sphere
Hannah Dick, U of California San Diego, USA
Questioning the Ethno-Cultural Mediated Attraction of (Dis)likable Characters: What do Audiences Find Charming?
Adolfo Rafael Mora, U of Texas, USA
Gejun Huang, U of Texas, USA
6548
Monday
14:00-15:15
Kei
Powerful Connections: Public Relations and Crisis Communication
Public Relations
Chair
Sabine A. Einwiller, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Participants
Crisis Initiation and Management of E-commerce: An SCCT Perspective of Customer-Seller Interactions at Taobao.com
Yan Yan, Wuhan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Shaoshen Xu, Wuhan U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Information Detail and Expressions of Concern in Crisis Messages: Effects on Compliance and Crisis Coping
Guan Lian Lim, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Tracy Loh, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Examining the Effectiveness of Using CSR Communications in Apology Statements After Negative Publicity
Eun Ji (Angie) Chung, Auburn U, USA
How a Paracrisis Situation is Instigated by an Online Firestorm and Visual Mockery
Joon Soo Lim, Syracuse U, USA
Respondent
Finn Frandsen, U of Aarhus, DENMARK
6549
Monday
14:00-15:15
Board Room
Models, Tools, and Methods for Visual Communication Research
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Laurie Gries, U of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Participants
A Decision Support Tool for Producing and Assessing Visual Representations for Scientific Discovery and Communication
Luc Pauwels, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Catalyzing Hope: What We Can Learn From a Single Image About Communicating Power and Generating Community Activism
Laurie Gries, U of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Taking Another Look at Meaning Structures Along the Horizontal and Vertical Axes in Multimodal Compositions
Marilyn B Mitchell, Bond U, AUSTRALIA
The Joker as Satire? A Transmedia Analysis of Joker(ized) Images
Johan Nilsson, Örebro U, SWEDEN
Transmedia Narrative Elements in the Universe of Batman, From Comics to Movies to Videogames; or How Intelligible and
Interactive Narratives Create Convergence and Linear Narratives
Jorge Mora Fernandez, U of Cuenca, ECUADOR
6553
Monday
14:00-15:15
Fuji
Intervention and Privacy in Online Behaviour
Communication Law & Policy
Chair
Christopher Ali, U of Virginia, USA
Participants
From Confrontation to Collaboration: NGOs, Information Intermediaries, and Stakeholder Dialogue on Privacy
Tatevik Sargsyan, American U, USA
Online Privacy in the Post-Snowden Era: A Comparison of Online Services With Privacy-Enhancing Features (PEF) to Non-PEF
Services in Terms of Their Privacy Policies
Minjeong Kim, Hankuk U of Foreign Studies, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Hogeun Seo, U of Texas, USA
Young Social Media Users’ Legal Consciousness About Privacy
Katharine Sarikakis, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Lisa Winter, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Internet Radicalization: Fear in Small Numbers, Internet Governance, and Politics in Data
Piotr MMM Szpunar, U of Pennsylvania, USA
6554
Monday
14:00-15:15
Sakura
Social Network Approach to Engaged Scholarship: Creating Actionable Knowledge Through Collaboration With
Organizations
Organizational Communication
Chair
Heewon Kim, Rutgers U, USA
Participants
Hyperlink Network Analysis in Academia and Industry: Insights from 10 years of VOSON
Robert Ackland, Australian National U, AUSTRALIA
Engaging in Corporate Research: Practical Contributions and Theoretical Implications
Matthew Scott Weber, Rutgers U, USA
The Power of Cohesion during Organizational Change: Implications for Knowledge Sharing and Strategic Communication
Heewon Kim, Rutgers U, USA
Network Rules for Radicals
Andrew Nicholas Pilny, U of Kentukcy, USA
Reimagining Social Interaction: Data Visualization and Critical Social Analysis
Leo Kim, Treum, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Respondent
George A. Barnett, U of California - Davis, USA
6560
Monday
14:00-15:15
Olive
Negative Campaigns and Campaign Negativity
Political Communication
Chair
Christian Schemer, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Participants
A Network Model of Negative Campaigning: Structures and Determinants of Negative Campaigning in Multiparty Systems
Hyunjin Song, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Dominic Nyhuis, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Hajo G. Boomgaarden, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Attacking to Gain? Effects of Negative Campaigning on British Voters’ Electoral Participation and Party Preferences in the 2015
General Election
Annemarie S. Walter, U of Nottingham, UNITED KINGDOM
Cees Van der Eijk, U of Nottingham, UNITED KINGDOM
Disproportionality in Media Representations of Campaign Negativity
Dominic Nyhuis, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Hyunjin Song, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Hajo G. Boomgaarden, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
The Impact of Advocacy, Contrast, and Attacks in Political Advertising and News Coverage on Political Efficacy: Evidence From a
Panel Study in a Direct-Democratic Campaign
Christian Schemer, U of Mainz, GERMANY
Stefan Geiss, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz, GERMANY
Werner Wirth, U of Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Anna Baumert, U of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY
Tweeting the Attack: Predicting Gubernatorial Candidate Attack Messaging and its Spread
Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Syracuse U, USA
Feifei Zhang, Syracuse U, USA
Sikana Tanupabrungsun, Syracuse U, USA
Jeff Hemsley, Syracuse U, USA
Bryan Semaan, Syracuse U, USA
6561
Monday
14:00-15:15
Sage
Online Harassment and Bullying
Children Adolescents and the Media
Participants
Adolescents’ Online Peer Support on Cyberbullying: A Thematic Analysis of Online Support Group Fora
Sara Bastiaensens, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Katrien Van Cleemput, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Heidi Vandebosch, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Karolien Poels, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Ann DeSmet, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Can Emotion Regulation Serve as a Tool in Combatting Cyberbullying?
Anouk H. den Hamer, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Elly A. Konijn, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Cyberbullying Policies of Social Media Companies
Tijana Milosevic, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Differences in Friendship Networks and Experiences of Cyberbullying Among Korean and Australian Adolescents
Jee Young Lee, U of Canberra, AUSTRALIA
Yeji Kwon, Sogang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Soeun Yang, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Sora Park, U of Canberra, AUSTRALIA
Eun-Mee Kim, Seoul National U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Eun-Yeong Na, Sogang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Exposure to Cyberbullying as a Bystander: An Investigation of Desensitization Effects Among Early Adolescents
Sara Pabian, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Heidi Vandebosch, U of Antwerp - Department of Communication Studies, BELGIUM
Katrien Van Cleemput, U of Antwerp - Department of Communication Studies, BELGIUM
Sara Bastiaensens, U of Antwerp, Department of Communication Studies, BELGIUM
Longitudinal Patterns of Involvement in Cyberbullying: Results From a Latent Transition Analysis Among Adolescents
Ruth Festl, German Youth Institute, GERMANY
Jens Vogelgesang, U Hohenheim, GERMANY
Michael Scharkow, U of Hohenheim, GERMANY
Thorsten Quandt, U of Muenster, GERMANY
Nice or Naughty? Adolescents' Online Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior
Sara Erreygers, U Antwerpen, BELGIUM
Heidi Vandebosch, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Ivana Vranjes, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Elfi Baillien, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
De Witte Hans, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Prevalence and Characteristics of Online Slut-Shaming in Belgian Adolescent Girls
Kathleen Van Royen, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Karolien Poels, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
6620
Monday
15:30-16:45
Argos C
Beyond Lora: Female Gender in Games
Game Studies
Chair
Andre Melzer, U of Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
Participants
Femme Fatales: The Developing Identity of the Feminine in Digital Games
Mildred Frances Perreault, U of Missouri, USA
Gregory Pearson Perreault, Appalachian State U, USA
Joy Michelle Jenkins, U of Missouri, USA
Ariel Schroder Morrison, U of Missouri, USA
Game Character Appeal in the Eye of the Beholder: The Role of Gendered Perceptions
Andre Melzer, U of Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
Elisabeth Engelberg, U of Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
Kawaii Killers and Femme Fatales: How Japanese and U.S. Video Game Firms Communicate the Power of Female Characters
Jessica Ethel Tompkins, Indiana U, USA
Teresa Lynch, Indiana U, USA
Irene Ingeborg van Driel, Indiana U, USA
Niki Fritz, Indiana U, USA
Play Mechanics of Sexy Female Characters in Video Games
Dennis Frohlich, Bloomsburg U of Pennsylvania, USA
"I Am Not a Gamer": An Empirical Study on Women as Self-Identified Digital Gamers
Lotte Vermeulen, iMinds-MICT-Ghent U, BELGIUM
Jan Van Looy, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Sofie Van Bauwel, Ghent U, BELGIUM
6621
Monday
15:30-16:45
Argos D
Narrative Processing
Information Systems
Chair
Elizabeth L. Cohen, West Virginia U, USA
Participants
Examining Moral Differences in News Coverage Across Sources and Topics Using the News Narrative Analyzer
James Michael Mangus, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Richard Wayne Huskey, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Rene Weber, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Don’t Spoil It! Examining Spoilers as Impediments to the Intrinsic Rewards of Narrative Engagement
Elizabeth L. Cohen, West Virginia U, USA
Jennifer Knight, West Virginia U, USA
Molly Eickholt, West Virginia U, USA
Chelsea Betts, West Virginia U, USA
Alan K. Goodboy, West Virginia U, USA
Elizabeth Hudson, West Virginia U, USA
Rebekah Ford, West Virginia U, USA
Don’t Tell Me How It Ends: Testing Effects of Narrative Spoilers for Film and Television
Benjamin K. Johnson, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Judith E. Rosenbaum, Albany State U, USA
Explicating the Influence of Character-Audience Similarity on Narrative Processing
Angeline Sangalang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Improving the Effectiveness of Prosocial Messages: The Impact of Narrative on Intention to Donate
Ruobing Li, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Jiangxue (Ashley) Han, Pennsylvania State U, USA
Mirror and Mentalizing Systems: Fluctuating Activation During Narrative Engagement as a Function of Trait Empathy and
Production Techniques
James G. Collier, Ohio State U, USA
The Importance of Imagery for Effects of Narratives in Health Education Materials on Knowledge
Simon Zebregs, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Bas van den Putte, U of Amsterdam, ASCoR, THE NETHERLANDS
Peter Neijens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
The Influence of Shot Scale on Theory of Mind Responding in Visual Narratives
Katalin Balint, Augsburg U, GERMANY
Brendan Rooney, U College Dublin, IRELAND
Tibor Polya, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY
6622
Monday
15:30-16:45
Argos E
The Paradoxes of Photographic Power
Visual Communication Studies
Chair
Paul Frosh, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Participants
Image Activism and the Production of Rebellious Subjectivity in Syria
Kari Anden-Papadopoulos, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Reframing the Personal Image: Challenges for Digital Methods
Jean Burgess, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Powerful Stock: The Contradictory Visual Regime of Contemporary Commercial Photography
Giorgia Aiello, U of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Giants With Feet of Clay: The Circumscribed Power of Iconic Photographs
Sandrine Boudana, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Paul Frosh, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Akiba A. Cohen, Tel Aviv U, ISRAEL
Respondent
Barbie Zelizer, U of Pennsylvania, USA
This panel explores the thesis that photography is retaining or gaining power as a medium, even as it relinquishes distinctiveness and
loses traditional strengths. Our panelists and respondent will explore these paradoxes between continued power and diminished
distinctiveness across several inter-related areas: in personal photography and public communication, in activist images, in
commercial photography, and in the recollection and interpretation of iconic news photographs. In the process they will interrogate
the empirical veracity, historical novelty and explanatory usefulness of claims for radically transformative shifts in the power of
photography.
6624
Monday
15:30-16:45
Navis A
Journalism in Authoritarian and Postconflict Societies
Journalism Studies
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Henrik Ornebring, Karlstad U, SWEDEN
Participants
The Losing Media? An Empirical Study of Defamation Litigation in China
Fen Jennifer Lin, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Xin He, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Fighting Putin and the Kremlin’s Grip: The Battles of Russia’s “Independent” Media
Vera Slavtcheva-Petkova, U of Chester, UNITED KINGDOM
Understanding News Media Censorship in China
Xianwen Kuang, Xi'an Jiaotong - Liverpool U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Media, Populism, and Hegemony: The Rearticulation of Equivalential Chains in a Dislocated Cuba
Sara Garcia Garcia Santamaria, U de La Habana, CUBA
Citizen Journalism and Democratization of Mainstream Media in Rwanda
Dominique Nduhura, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Michael Prieler, Hallym U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
6625
Monday
15:30-16:45
Navis B
Mobile Health Communication: Health Apps, Activity Tracking, Texting, Online
Health Communication
Mobile Communication
Chair
Qinghua Yang, U of Pennsylvania, USA
Participants
Applying an Extended Theory of Planned Behavior in Developing Communication Strategies Against Texting and Driving
Nien-Tsu Nancy Chen, California State U - Channel Islands, USA
Chloe Carr, California State U - Channel Islands, USA
Recovery Speaks: Language Use Within a Peer-to-Peer Online Discussion Forum Predicts Relapse in Alcohol Use Disorder
Rachel Kornfield, U of Wisconsin, USA
Catalina Laura Toma, U of Wisconsin, USA
Tae Joon Moon, U of Wisconsin, USA
Dhavan Shah, U of Wisconsin, USA
David H Gustafson, U of Wisconsin, USA
The Impact of Postadoption Beliefs on the Continued Use of Health Apps
Jaehee Cho, Chung-Ang U, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
The Multifaceted Usage Patterns of Nutrition Apps: A Survey on the Appropriation of Nutrition Apps Among German Users
Paula Stehr, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
Veronika Karnowski, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Constanze Rossmann, U of Erfurt, GERMANY
“Social Networkout”: Boosting Physical Exercise Through Social Features of Wearable Fitness Trackers
Yaguang Zhu, U of Texas, USA
Stephanie Layne Dailey, Texas State U, USA
Daniel Kreitzberg, U of Texas, USA
6626
Monday
15:30-16:45
Navis C
Facebook Studies: Effects, Meanings, and Prominence
Communication and Technology
Chair
Erin Spottswood, Portland State U, USA
Participants
Facebook Use and its Role in Access to Social Benefits Among Older Adults
Rebecca Ping Yu, National Chengchi U, TAIWAN
Nicole Ellison, U of Michigan, USA
Cliff Lampe, U of Michigan, USA
The Algorithmic Imaginary: Exploring the Ordinary Affects of the Facebook Algorithm
Taina Bucher, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
The Multifunctionality of the Facebook Like Button: An Exploration of Meaning, Functionality, and Potential Alternative Facebook
Buttons
Erin Michelle Sumner, Trinity U, USA
Luisa Ruge-Jones, Trinity U, USA
Davis Alcorn, Trinity U, USA
What Can We Learn From Social Media by Studying Facebook? A Response to Rains and Brunner
Elizabeth Stoycheff, Wayne State U, USA
Juan Liu, Wayne State U, USA
Kunto Adi Wibowo, Wayne State U, USA
Dominic Nanni, Wayne State U, USA
6630
Monday
15:30-16:45
Nire
Cultural and Community Variables in Health Communication Studies
Health Communication
Chair
Lalatendu Acharya, Purdue U, USA
Participants
Exploring the Cross-Cultural Differences in the Relationship Between Condom Knowledge, Attitudes, and Use Among Young
Women From China, India, and the United States
Minhao Dai, U of Kentucky, USA
Ana de la Serna, U of Kentucky, USA
Mengle Yao, Jilin U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Nancy Grant Harrington, U of Kentucky, USA
Implementing Communication Infrastructure Theory-Based Strategies in Community Health Access Interventions: Lessons Learned
From Two Projects
Holley A. Wilkin, Georgia State U, USA
Matthew D. Matsaganis, U of Albany - SUNY, USA
Involved, United, and Efficacious: Could Self-Affirmation be the Answer to the California Drought?
Nathan Walter, U of Southern California, USA
Stefanie Demetriades, U of Southern California, USA
Sheila Teresa Murphy, U of Southern California, USA
Situated Influences on Perceived Barriers to Health Behavior Change: Cultural Identity and Context in Kazakhstan
Brett Craig, St Louis College of Pharmacy, USA
Aizhan Kapysheva, Nazarbayev U, KAZAKHSTAN
Social Support, Social Control, and Dietary Acculturation Among Asian Immigrants Living in the United States
Zheng An, U of Hawaii - Hilo, USA
6631
Monday
15:30-16:45
Kusu
Social Media and Persuasion
Communication and Technology
Chair
Sonja Utz, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, GERMANY
Participants
Tapping Into The Diversity of Information Seeking on Social Media for Personnel Selection
Evelien de Ferrerre, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Cedric Courtois, Ghent U, BELGIUM
Cuing Perceptions of Employability From Self- and Other-Generated Information in Fiverr
Caleb T. Carr, Illinois State U, USA
Robert Hall, Illinois State U, USA
Adam Mason, Illinois State U, USA
Eric Varney, Illinois State U, USA
The Interplay of Central and Peripheral Information in Online Reviews
Brandon Van Der Heide, Michigan State U, USA
Soo Yun Shin, Michigan State U, USA
David Beyea, Michigan State U, USA
Yue Dai, Michigan State U, USA
Benjamin Prchal, Michigan State U, USA
Care or Not Care Others’ Reaction: Moderators of Social Endorsement Effects
Myojung Chung, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Compliance or Not: The Impact of Facebook Communication Channels
Jian Rui, Lamar U, USA
Jun Xiang, U of Arizona, USA
Xi Cui, Dixie State U, USA
6632
Monday
15:30-16:45
Kashi
Journalism Education and Journalism Students
Journalism Studies
Chair
Daniel C. Hallin, U of California - San Diego, USA
Participants
A Teaching Philosophy for Journalism Education in the Global South
Ylva Rodny-Gumede, U of Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA
The Noble Path: Using Habitus To Explore The Motivations of Journalism Students
David Bockino, Elon U, USA
Indian Field Notes: New Institutionalism and Journalism Education
David Bockino, Elon U, USA
How Future Journalists Differ: A Longitudinal Comparison Between Hong Kong and Mainland China
Li Deng, China U of Political Science and Law, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Respondent
Tim P. Vos, U of Missouri, USA
6633
Monday
15:30-16:45
Kaede
Russia: The Need for the Holistic Media Policy
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Elena Vartanova, National Association of Mass Media Researchers, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Participants
Theoretical Approaches to Media Policy in Russian Media Studies
Denis Dunas, National Association of Mass Media Researchers, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Media Regulation and Commercial Media in Russia in 2000s
Katja Lehtisaari, National Association of Mass Media Researchers, FINLAND
Russian Broadcasting to Foreign Audiences and Globalization of Media Markets: The Three Competing Models of ‘Russianness’
Anatoly S. Puyu, National Association of Mass Media Researchers, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Svetlana S. Bodrunova, National Association of Mass Media Researchers, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Citizen Media Activism as a Resource of Media Policy
Alexander Mansurov, Altai State U, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Strategies of Public Media Regulation of Political Communications on Facebook: Russian Case
Maria Pilgun, Higher School of Economics, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Russian media landscape has been characterized by universal trends, as well as by its own national specifics. This may be the reason
that the process of setting legal and self-regulatory frames, implementing regulation tools, and reaching social consensus on the
mission of journalism and mass media in modern society as well as on ways to accomplish this mission is still ongoing. This panel
aims to discuss such topics as theoretical approaches to the study of media policy in Russia; the nature, processes, and outcomes of
recent changes in Russian media regulation; models of communicating messages to international audiences; citizen media activism
as a media policy resource; and trends in development of media regulation applied to communication online.
6640
Monday
15:30-16:45
Rigel
Global Journalistic Cultures and Practices
Global Communication and Social Change
Journalism Studies
Chair
Omar Al-Ghazzi, U of Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM
Participants
A Tale of Two Journalistic Cultures: The “Je Suis Charlie” Mohammed Cartoon and Journalistic Paradigms in Canada
Lyombe S. Eko, Texas Tech U, USA
Media Development and International Journalism Training
Thomas R. Schmidt, U of Oregon, USA
Professional Struggles in Conflict Reporting in China
Li Zhi, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Limin Liang, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Attribution of Global Ethical Norms: Perceptions of Journalistic Independence and Integrity in Serbia, Macedonia, and Croatia
Ivanka Pjesivac, U of Georgia, USA
Katerina Spasovska, Western Carolina U, USA
Iveta Imre, Western Carolina U, USA
Is Journalism a Transnational Field? Asymmetric Interactions and Symbolic Domination in Online News
Angele Christin, The New School for Social Research, GERMANY
6641
Monday
15:30-16:45
Vega
Advances in the Study of Advertising and Branding
Mass Communication
Chair
Carmen Stitt, California State U - Sacramento, USA
Participants
Making Brands Symbolic: How Self-Construal Affects Brand Endorsements on Social Media
Stefan F. Bernritter, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Annemijn C. Loermans, Vrije U Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Peeter Verlegh, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Edith Gloria Smit, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Narrative Persuasion: The What, Why, and How of Narrative Advertising
Eunjin Kim, Southern Methodist U, USA
Esther Thorson, U of Missouri, USA
Resisting Persuasion: The Effects of Message Framing and Brand Attachment
Hongmin Ahn, West Virginia U, USA
Sang Yeal Lee, West Virginia U, USA
The Effectiveness of Celebrity Endorsements: A Meta-Analysis
Johannes Knoll, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Jorg Matthes, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
6642
Monday
15:30-16:45
Kiku
Quantitative Inquiries: Stereotypes, Attitudes, Parasocial Relationships
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies
Chair
Alberto M. Albuquerque, Yamanashi Gakuin U, JAPAN
Participants
Effects of Positive Stereotypes of Sexual Minorities on News Consumers’ Attitudes and Recognition of Stereotypes
Rhonda Gibson Hester, U of North Carolina, USA
Karen Elizabeth McIntyre, Virginia Commonwealth U, USA
Too Much Too Soon? The Relationship Between Online Self-Disclosure and Attitudes Toward Gay Men
Sharon Tan, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Sarah Malik, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Benjamin H. Detenber, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Amelia Chong, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Hugo-Morgan Bart, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Predicting Attitudes and Acceptance of Gay Men and Lesbians: Interpersonal Contact Matters Most
Benjamin H. Detenber, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Mark A. Cenite, Nanyang Technological U, SINGAPORE
Kevin Lam, National U of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Adolescents’ Parasocial Relationships: How They Differ for Sexual Minority Youth and Why They Matter
Bradley J. Bond, U of San Diego, USA
Ijime, Gender, and Sexual Orientation (work in progress)
Alberto M. Albuquerque, Yamanashi Gakuin U, JAPAN
6643
Monday
15:30-16:45
Ran
Visual Aspects In Mobile Media
Mobile Communication
Chair
Jordan H. Frith, U of North Texas, USA
Participants
Augmented Criminality: Examining How Mobile Augmented Reality Crime Overlays Affect Fear, Emotion, and Perceptions of
Crime
Tony Liao, Temple U, USA
Hocheol Yang, Temple U, USA
Songyi Lee, Temple U, USA
Kun Xu, Temple U, USA
Ping Feng, Temple U, USA
Spencer Bennett, Temple U, USA
Visualising the Mundane: A Snapshot of Camera Phone Use and Mundane Intimacy in Tokyo and Melbourne
Larissa Hjorth, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Heather A Horst, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Sarah Pink, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Kana Ohashi, Keio U, JAPAN
Jolynna Sinanan, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, AUSTRALIA
The Effects of Screen Size and Physical Proximity on Perceptions of Risk and Hazard
Jonathan Borden, Syracuse U, USA
Sreyoshi Dey, Syracuse U, USA
“Time Travel With One Click:” Effects of Digital Filters on Perceptions of Mobile Photographs
Yilang Peng, U of Pennsylvania, USA
6645
Monday
15:30-16:45
Sumire
Political Conversations Online: Disagreement and Incivility
Political Communication
Chair
David Nicolas Hopmann, U of Southern Denmark, DENMARK
Participants
Cross-Cutting Exposure on Facebook and Political Participation: Unraveling the Effects of Emotions and Online Incivility
Yanqin Lu, Indiana U, USA
Jessica Gall Myrick, Indiana U, USA
Identifying Factors Influencing User Incivility in Polarized Online Debates
Rainer Freudenthaler, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Hartmut Wessler, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Incivility in User Comments on Online News Articles
Julia Lueck, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Carlotta Nardi, U of Mannheim, GERMANY
Political Disagreement and Ambivalence in New Information Environment: Exploring Conditional Indirect Effects of Partisan News
Site Use and Discussion Network Heterogeneity on Social Network Sites on Political Participation
Jinhee Kim, Pohang U of Science and Tech, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Kideuk Hyun, U of Texas, USA
The Politics of “Unfriending”: User Filtration in Response to Political Disagreement on Social Media
JungHwan Yang, U of Wisconsin, USA
Matt Barnidge, U of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Hernando Rojas, U of Wisconsin, USA
6646
Monday
15:30-16:45
Koh
Theories and Practices in Media Industry Research
Media Industry Studies
Chair
Paolo Sigismondi, U of Southern California, USA
Participants
Critical Theory and Media Industry Structure in the Digital Era
W. Russell Neuman, New York U, USA
Fail Fast: The Value of Studying Unsuccessful Technology Companies
Nora A. Draper, U of New Hampshire, USA
Rethinking Chinese Internet: Social History, Cultural Forms, and the Industrial Formation
Nina Li, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
A Critical Media Industry Analysis of John Oliver and the Regulation of Net Neutrality
Melinda Sebastian, Drexel U, USA
Alison N. Novak, Rowan U, USA
The Monetization of the Social Value and Cultural Impact of Basque Media: A Study of Two Cases: Goiena and Berria
Eneko Bidegain, Mondragon U, SPAIN
Txema Egaña, Mondragon U, SPAIN
Aitor Zuberogoitia, Mondragon U, SPAIN
6647
Monday
15:30-16:45
Yoh
Difficult Conversations Between Groups in Conflict: Cultural, Ideological Linguistic, National, and Religious Aspects
Intergroup Communication
Chair
Stephen Michael Croucher, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Participants
Lessons From Past Research on Conflict, Culture, and Communication: Looking 50 Years Back
Deborah A. Cai, Temple U, USA
Intergroup Language Wars: Judeo Arabic and Hebrew in Israel
Esther Schely-Newman, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Language, Power, and Ideology in Conflict: Perceptions, Feelings, and Narratives of Palestinians in East Jerusalem Learning the
Language of the Jewish Israeli Dominant Group
Clila Gerassi-Tishby, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Ifat Maoz, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Common Impediments in Difficult Interethnic Conversations: A Case Analysis of Public Discourse in the United States
Young Yun Kim, U of Oklahoma, USA
Historical, Cultural, and Religious Aspects of the Difficult Conversations Between Muslims and Jews: The Case of Temple Mount/
Al-Haram Al-Sharif as a Contested Site
Moshe Ma'oz, Hebrew U, ISRAEL
Political Correctness and Intergroup Conflict
Becky Robinson, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Scott A. Reid, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Respondent
Cindy Gallois, U of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Conflicts within and between societies often bring with them difficult conversations, that involve disagreement, power struggles,
mutual delegitimization and clashes of ideologies, identities and narratives. This panel will discuss these difficult processes of
intergroup communication, dialogue and contestation in conflict focusing on cultural, ideological, linguistic and religious aspects of
these difficult conversations. The papers addressing these issues cover diverse dynamics, processes, settings and localities
including: interethnic and interracial relations in the USA, Muslim Jewish interreligious dialogue over Temple Mount as a contested
religious and national site and the complex encounter between Palestinians and the Arabic language, on the one hand, and Israelis
and Hebrew language, on the other hand, in the context of the asymmetrical conflict between Israeli-Jews and Palestinians.
6648
Monday
15:30-16:45
Kei
Individual and Interpersonal Dynamics in Organizational Communication
Organizational Communication
Chair
Sun Kyong Lee, U of Oklahoma, USA
Participants
Confidence in Dyadic Decision Making: The Role of Individual Differences and Interpersonal Behavioral Interaction Style
Jonathon P. Schuldt, Cornell U, USA
Christopher Chabris, Union College, USA
Anita Williams Woolley, Carnegie Mellon U, USA
Polyphony in Employee Narratives: An Insightful View of Organizational Change
Pascale Caidor, U of Montreal, CANADA
Support me in a Stressful Workplace: Understanding Social Support Processes Under Different Stresses
Xueying Zhang, U of Alabama, USA
Joshua Ray Pederson, U of Iowa, USA
Warm but Incompetent? The Processing and Consequences of Mixed Media Stereotypes of Older Workers
Anne Cornelia Kroon, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Martine van Selm, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Claartje L. ter Hoeven, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Rens Vliegenthart, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Respondent
Catrin E. Johansson, Mid Sweden U, SWEDEN
6649
Monday
15:30-16:45
Board Room
Work and Life in Neoliberal Societies: Questions of Trust, Time, and Affect
Philosophy, Theory and Critique
Chair
Lana F. Rakow, U of North Dakota, USA
Participants
Trust and the Financial Market in Light of Habermas and Luhmann: A Research Agenda for Communication Science
Nadine Strauss, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Think Rich, Feel Hurt: Affective Making of Financial Subjects Through Wealth-Tech Education in South Korea
Bohyeong Kim, U of Massachusetts, USA
From Happiness to Passion: Work and the Good Life Imaginary
Renyi Hong, U of Southern California, USA
Time and Temporality in the Call Center
Carina Guyard, Södertörn U, SWEDEN
6653
Monday
15:30-16:45
Fuji
Boundaries: Questioning the Local, Global, and Transnational
Media Industry Studies
Global Communication and Social Change
Chair
Terry Flew, Queensland U of Technology, AUSTRALIA
Participants
Flows in Reflux: The BRIC “Mockbuster” as a Glitch in Mediatic Hegemony
Camilo Cesar Diaz Pino, U of Wisconsin, USA
The Secret of the Magic Gourd: The Transformation of Disney's Localization Strategies in China
Wan-Jun Lu, U of Wisconsin, USA
The "Responsible Adult": On Media Responsibility, Off-Screen Activities, and Commercial Preschool Television
Ranit Grossaug, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Rethinking the Korean Wave: The Political Dimensions of Transnational Media Culutre
Ju Oak Kim, Temple U, USA
Border Crossing: A Case Study of Industrial Logics and Discourses in International Television Adaptation
Nicole Hentrich, U of Michigan, USA
6654
Monday
15:30-16:45
Sakura
Public Relations in Public Sector Organizations: A Response to Conflicting Demands?
Public Relations
Chair
Magnus Fredriksson, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Participants
Bringing Bureaucracy Into Political Public Relation Theory
Heidi Salomonsen, Aalborg U, DENMARK
Finn Frandsen, U of Aarhus, DENMARK
Winni Johansen, Aarhus U, DENMARK
Negotiating Legitimacy and Reputation in the Swedish Armed Forces’ Public Relation Activities
Eva-Karin Olsson, Swedish National Defense College, SWEDEN
Maria Hellman, Stockholm U, SWEDEN
Not Expecting to Engage? Citizen Engagement With Local Government
Jana Bowden, Macquarie U, AUSTRALIA
Vilma L. Luoma-aho, U of Jyväskylä, FINLAND
Kay Naumann, Macquarie U, AUSTRALIA
Public Sector Public Relations in the Intersection of Institutional Conditions
Magnus Fredriksson, U of Gothenburg, SWEDEN
Josef Pallas, Uppsala U, SWEDEN
Respondent
Maria Jose Canel, U Complutense de Madrid, SPAIN
As other types of organizations, public sector organizations (government agencies, country councils, municipals, hospitals, schools
and others) are using public relations. Earlier research have provided valuable insights when it comes to the processes, consequences
and challenges related to public relations in and by public sector organizations (Houlberg-Salomonsen 2013; Wæraas, Byrkjeflot &
Angell 2011). In this panel, we seek to further these advancements by exploring different aspects of public relations performed by
public sector organizations and how these relate to institutional, organizational and professional conditions.
6660
Monday
15:30-16:45
Olive
Digital Media and Political Protest
Political Communication
Chair
Jacob Groshek, Boston U, USA
Participants
Conceptualizing Political Protest Communication: Theories, Models, and Methodology for Researching Social Activism in a Digital
Dimension
Oliver Hahn, Uof Passau, GERMANY
Isabelle Brodesser, U of Passau, GERMANY
Digital Media, Cycle of Contention, and Sustainability of Environmental Activism: The Case of Anti-PX Protests in China
Jun Liu, U of Copenhagen, DENMARK
From Twitter to the Streets: A Mixed-Methods Study of Contemporary Activist Practices
Rogelio Lopez, U of Southern California, USA
Perry B. Johnson, U of Southern California, USA
Kate Miltner, U of Southern California, USA
Courtney Cox, U of Southern California, USA
I Shield Myself From Thee: Selective Avoidance on Social Media During the 2014 “Umbrella Movement” in Hong Kong
Qinfeng Zhu, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Marko M. Skoric, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Fei Chris Shen, City U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
6661
Monday
15:30-16:45
Sage
Increasing Young People’s Resilience to Unwanted Media Effects
Children Adolescents and the Media
Chair
Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Participants
Study 1: Research Synthesis on Media Literacy
Suzanna Johanna Opree, Erasmus U Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Study 2: The Influence of Online Pornography on the Sexual Objectification of Women: The Attenuating Role of Health Education
Laura P. Vandenbosch, U of Leuven / U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Study 3: A Short-Term Longitudinal Investigation of the Role of Perceived Parental and Teacher Norms in Predicting Adolescents’
Cyberbullying Bystander Behavior
Sara Pabian, U of Antwerp, BELGIUM
Study 4: Enhancing Positive and Mitigating Negative Media Effects Among Adolescents: Parental Mediation Matters – But Not
Always
Kathleen Beullens, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
An Katrien Sodermans, U of Leuven, BELGIUM
Ine Beyens, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Study 5: The Effectiveness of Media Literacy Videos on Social Media: Disentangling the Role of Video Character and Online
Sharing
Johanna M.F. van Oosten, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sonya Dal Cin, U of Michigan, USA
Respondent
Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
This panel presents five papers that explore different ways of building resilience (i.e., media literacy, education and parental
mediation) among adolescents and emerging adults to the effects of media exposure.
7109
Tuesday
08:30-12:00
NHK Japanese
Broadcasting
Corporation
Conference Room
7154
Tuesday
08:30-16:00
Sakura
Postconference: Key Communication Institutions in Tokyo: Culture and the Profession Meet at NHK
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Bonita Dostal Neff, Indiana U Northwest, USA
Postconference: Communicating With Machines: The Rising Power of Digital Interlocutors in Our Lives
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Andrea L. Guzman, Northern Illinois U, USA
Participants
What is Human-Machine Communication Anyway?
Andrea L. Guzman, Northern Illinois U, USA
Communication Near the End of its Exceptionalism
Steven Jones, U of Illinois - Chicago, USA
Ars Ex Machina: Rethinking Art and Artistry in the Age of Creative Machines
David J. Gunkel, Northern Illinois U, USA
Risky Robots: Using Robotic Delivery Platforms to Deliver Information Concerning Environmental Hazards
Kenneth Alan Lachlan, U of Connecticut, USA
Adam Michael Rainear, U of Connecticut, USA
Zhan Xu, U of Connecticut, USA
Ronald E. Rice, U of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Xialing Lin, U of Kentucky, USA
Patric R. Spence, U of Kentucky, USA
Animals, Humans, and Machines: Interactive Implications of Ontological Classification
Autumn Payge Edwards, Western Michigan U, USA
My Algorithm: User Perceptions of Algorithmic Recommendations in Cultural Contexts
Terje Colbjornsen, U of Oslo, NORWAY
Theorizing About Human-Machine Communication Through Reciprocity
Seungcheol Austin Lee, Northern Kentucky U, USA
Agency in the Age of Intelligent Machines
Gina Neff, U of Washington, USA
Communicating With Machines and Other Non-Human, Medical Things
Laura Forlano, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Negotiating Power, Aliveness and the Off-Switch in Human-Robot Relations
Eleanor Sandry, Curtin U, AUSTRALIA
Administrative Support Bots in Wikipedia: How Automation Can Transform the Affordances of Platforms and the Governance of
Communities
R.Stuart Geiger, U of California - Berkeley, USA
Personification and Polysemy in the Robotic Narrative: Ontology, Innocence and Consumerism
Leslie Mabry, U of Washington, USA
Semi-Autonomous Fan Fiction: Examining Japanese Character Bots as Socialbots
Keiko Nishimura, U of North Carolina, USA
Communicating With Robots: ANTalyzing the Interaction Between Digital Interlocutors and Humans
Christoph Lutz, BI Norwegian Business School, NORWAY
The Poetic Quantitative Self: Perceiving Cyborg as a Cultural Technique
Ido Ramati, Hebrew U of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Artificial Intelligence, Social Media, and Newsgathering
Neil James Thurman, Ludwig Maximilians U Munich, GERMANY
Stephen Schifferes, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Stephen Hunt, City U London, UNITED KINGDOM
Intrusion of Robot Into Journalism: Comparing the Quality of News Written by a Robot and a Human Journalist
Jaemin Jung, KAIST, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Youngju Kim, Korea Press Foundation, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
A Cross-Nationally Comparative Look at the Determinants of Attitudes Toward Robots
Rinaldo Kühne, U of Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Racially Identified Twitterbots: Perceptions of Communication Competence and Credibility
Chad Edwards, Western Michigan U, USA
Henry Goble, Western Michigan U, USA
Austin Beattie, Western Michigan U, USA
Receiver Apprehension, Learning, and Telepresence-Mediated Messages: Submersive Viewing vs. 2-D Viewing
Kathleen Martini, Western Michigan U, USA
Noelle Massey, Western Michigan U, USA
Eric Mishne, Western Michigan U, USA
Using Anthropomorphic Agents for Persuasion
Sookyung Cho, Northern Kentucky U, USA
Seungcheol Austin Lee, Northern Kentucky U, USA
Yuhua (Jake) Liang, Chapman U, USA
Mysterious Machines and Their Technical Cultures
Alex Lambert, Monash U, AUSTRALIA
Revealing the True Self to AI? Comparing the Human-Human and Hman-AI First Social Interactions
Yi Mou, Shanghai Jiao Tong U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Audience Identification and Species Solipsism in the Representation of Artificial Intelligence in Film and Television Science Fiction
Edward Brennan, Dublin Institute of Technology, IRELAND
Persuasive Computing: Bridging SIDE and the CASA Paradigm
Kun Xu, Temple U, USA
Moving to the Extremes? Interactions between Computer Algorithms and Online Communicative Behaviours of Lacuna Publics
Lisa Tam, La Trobe U, AUSTRALIA
Hugh Davies, La Trobe U, AUSTRALIA
In concert with the conference theme of "Communicating with Power," our post-conference focuses on the growing power of
artificial entities in our lives fostered in and through Human-Machine Communication (HMC) and the power that we have as
communication researchers to bring new insight into life and communication in a robotic culture. We invite scholars from across
ICA’s divisions and a variety of epistemological and methodological backgrounds to discuss their work related to HMC, which
encompasses Human-Computer Interaction, Human-Robot Interaction, and Human-Agent Interaction, in this full-day postconference. We will focus on the individual, cultural, and philosophical implications of the various ways in which we interact with
machines.
7112
Tuesday
09:00-17:00
School of Chinese
Classics Building
7113
Tuesday
09:00-17:00
Kyoto Sangyo U
Room 3-A
Postconference: Theory as Power vs. Power as Theory in Communication Studies
Sponsored Sessions
The theme of this post-conference echoes the 2016 ICA Fukuoka Convention theme of Communicating with Power. In the Western
world of communication studies, while traditional theories of communication such as cognitive approaches and interpretive
approaches focus on discovering, explaining and interpreting reality, post-modern theories of communication such as the British
Cultural Studies, the Continental Philosophy, and post-colonial theories and so on aim to uncover, critique and change (unjust)
reality. Given such a complex and evolving intellectual terrain on a global scale, it is high time that concerned scholars of
communication studies pause along and reflect upon such intellectual development paths.
Postconference: Power of Strategic Communication: Public Relations and Advertising in the 21st Century
Sponsored Sessions
Chair
Katerina Tsetsura, U of Oklahoma, USA
The postconference will examine the concept of strategic communication in relation to advertising and public relations, from
communication and business perspectives. The professional agencies around the world increasingly engage in so-called integrated
strategic communication and advocate the close collaboration between advertising and public relations specialists. However, both
disciplines have insisted on separating the academic knowledge and practices. This post-conference will investigate the ways
strategic communication is understood in the United States, Europe, and Asia, and will offer research- and practice-based solutions
to understanding the realm of strategic communication and the power of public relations and advertising in the 21st Century from the
communication and business perspectives.
7503
Tuesday
14:00-18:00
Fudan U
Conference Room
Postconference: Mediatization: Digital Revolution and Chinese Setting
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Randy Kluver, Texas A&M U, USA
Peter K Yu, Drake U, USA
Linchuan Jack Qiu, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yong Hu, Peking U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Min Jiang, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
The convergence of digital technologies, including the Internet and mobile media, has reconfigured communication and social
relationships, resulting in the dramatic transformation of Chinese society. In China, the latest development of digital technologies
affords a unique real-life setting, where we see some of the world's most rapid and drastic social changes brought by new media,
where new critical facets of mediatization theory still wait to be explored. We intend to enrich and expand the theoretical meaning of
mediatization theory, accentuate communication as mediating practices that connect humans to the world, and thereby promote a
new “communication turn” that enables communication rather than the exclusive category of media organizations to become the
founding stone of Chinese society and of humanity.
8103
Wednesday
09:00-18:00
Fudan U
Conference Room
Postconference: Mediatization: Digital Revolution and Chinese Setting
Sponsored Sessions
Chairs
Randy Kluver, Texas A&M U, USA
Peter K. Yu, Drake U, USA
Linchuan Jack Qiu, Chinese U of Hong Kong, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Yong Hu, Peking U, CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
Min Jiang, U of North Carolina - Charlotte, USA
The convergence of digital technologies, including the Internet and mobile media, has reconfigured communication and social
relationships, resulting in the dramatic transformation of Chinese society. In China, the latest development of digital technologies
affords a unique real-life setting, where we see some of the world's most rapid and drastic social changes brought by new media,
where new critical facets of mediatization theory still wait to be explored. We intend to enrich and expand the theoretical meaning of
mediatization theory, accentuate communication as mediating practices that connect humans to the world, and thereby promote a
new “communication turn” that enables communication rather than the exclusive category of media organizations to become the
founding stone of Chinese society and of humanity.

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