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Walck, P. E., Y. Kalyango, and S. A. Cruikshank, The Future of Journalism Practice and Pedagogy in the Media Ecology of Mobile Communication, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Social Media and New Practices: Mobile & Blogging Theme II: Innovations in Journalism. Slot Code: JRE S3a, on Sat 29 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG23 Abstract
Sambrook, R., Future models of community news, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Global Models for Challenging and Transforming Journalism Theme I: Across Themes- International Collaborative Research, Innovation in Journalism and Emergent Practices. Slot Code: JRE F1b, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG10 Abstract
Servaes, J., Future Imperatives of Development Communication and Information. An Orbicom-UNESCO global initiative, Global Media Policy Working Group session: Global Internet Governance: Histories and Emerging Trends. Slot Code: GMPT4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in QG02 Abstract
Tudor, D. A., Future Cosmopolitanism, or Globalism becomes Galacticism, Visual Culture Working Group session: Panel: Digital Cosmopolitans. Slot Code: VISF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in Helix - The Gallery
Kristiansen, S., Fukushima – What effects did the accident have on the media debate and public risk perception of nuclear energy in Switzerland?, Environment, Science, and Risk Communication Working Group session: Nuclear Energy after Fukushima. Slot Code: ENVT4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in Helix Blue Room Abstract
Adeyemi, A., Fuel Subsidy Palaver: Analysis of the Nigerian Press Coverage of January 2012 Nation-Wide Strike, Crisis Communication Working Group session: Financial Crisis and Communication. Slot Code: CRIT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG17 Abstract
Hoffmann, J., From „Methodological Nationalism“ to a Multi-Level Approach. Exploring the Links Between Culture and Professional Communication, Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and Society Section session: Theoretical and Methodological Issues. Slot Code: MCPS3a, on Sat 29 June at 14:00-15:30 in CG12 Abstract
Krotz, F. L., From the telephone to the mobile phone and to the smartphone. Analyzing Media development and social and cultural change in a Mediatization perspective., Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and Society Section session: Mediatization and Science. Slot Code: MCPW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in CG12 Abstract
Neto, I. C., and F. Lopes, From the stadium to the hand: the narration of the Champions League final games through iPhone apps, Media and Sport Section session: Mediating Sport. Slot Code: SPOT4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG09 Abstract
Awad, I., and M. A. Bulnes, From the slum to the university classroom: Media training to fight poverty in neoliberal Chile, Media Education Research Section session: Media literacy as a tool against poverty and for inclusion. Slot Code: MERF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in CG20 Abstract
Ke, S. - C., From the perspective of elderly people to analyze cancer message, Health Communication and Change Working Group session: Identifying Health Communication Effects: Message and Audience Attributes. Slot Code: CHAT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in CA124 Abstract
Engelman, R., From the Pentagon Papers to Wikileaks: Government Secrecy & U.S. Media Law, Law Section with CPT session: Law/CPT joint session: Transparency and Corruption. Slot Code: LAWW3A, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in C167 Abstract
McCurdy, P., From the Pentagon Papers to Cablegate: How the Network Society Has Changed Leaking, Community Communication Section session: Beyond WikiLeaks: Implications for the Future of Journalism, Communications & Society (Book Launch). Slot Code: CoCF5a, on Fri 28 June at 17:45-19:00 in Q122 Abstract
Pednekar-Magal, V., From Somewhere Else: Charting transnational media and social spaces of a city space in, Diaspora and Media Working Group session: Transnationalism and media use. Slot Code: DIAW3a, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in C165 Abstract
Sreberny, A., From Soft power to “soft war”: US-Iran undiplomatic relations, Political Communication Research Section session: Challenges for research on Public Diplomacy. Slot Code: POLW2b, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in HG18 Abstract
Titley, G., From rage to ‘the facts’: racist circuitries and the limits of ‘hate speech’, Communication Policy and Technology session: PANEL Trolls, Hackers and Haters: Exploring the Dark Side of Online Politics. Slot Code: CPTF3c, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG05 Abstract
Hovden, J. F., From public to private sphere? Changes in the professional orientations of Nordic journalism students 2005-12, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Fragmented Publics and Redefining Journalism Theme IV: Methods for Quantifying Professional Journalism.. Slot Code: JRE W2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in HG23 Abstract
Chadha, K., From party outlets to politically affiliated media: Rising political ownership of Indian media, Political Economy Section session: Media Ownership in India: Trends and Implications for Journalism and Democracy. Slot Code: PET4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in QG21 Abstract
Roccia, P. J., From page to screen to global meme: The Guy Fawkes mask and “Creative destruction”, Popular Culture Working Group session: Without a Meme some Worlds would never be. Slot Code: POPF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in Q217 Abstract
Schlesinger, P., and G. Doyle, From organizational crisis to multi-platform salvation? Creative destruction and the recomposition of news media, Communication Policy and Technology session: Creative destruction and Journalism. Slot Code: CPTW2b, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in Q121 Abstract
Lin, S., and F. Lin, From National Education to Brainwashing: The dynamic framing contest and media strategies in a Hong Kong student movement, Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and Society Section session: Media Social Activism and Protest. Slot Code: MCPS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in CG12 Abstract
Kim, Y. C., and H. J. Oh, From K-Pop to K-Musical: Rethinking Global/Local in Korean Musical Industry, Popular Culture Working Group session: Soundscapes Replayed. Slot Code: POPF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in Q217 Abstract
Lewis, T., and W. Sun, From Here to Modernity: Identities and aspirationalism on Chinese and Indian lifestyle programming, Political Economy Section session: National Inflections in Global Television. Slot Code: PES1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in QG21 Abstract
Tambuyzer, S., From gatekeepers of taste and critical aesthetes to lifestyle guides and news hunters? On changing roles for Flemish cultural journalists and changing journalistic genres (1955-2010), Journalism Research and Education Section session: The ‘Glocalization’ of Journalism Crisis Theme III: Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE S1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG23 Abstract
Mariën, I., and L. V. Audenhove, From exclusion to digital and social inclusion: Recup PC – results of a pilot project with people living in poverty, Media Education Research Section session: Media literacy as a tool against poverty and for inclusion. Slot Code: MERF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in CG20 Abstract
Canavilhas, J., and C. Rodrigues, From citizen journalism to citizen participation: case study in Portuguese and Spanish online press, Journalism Research and Education Section session: New Business Settings and New Journalism Challenges Theme III: Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE W2b, on Wed 26 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG10 Abstract
Cao, B., From Back Stage to the Front Stage:Teenagers and Social Movement in HK, Participatory Communication Research Section session: Participatory communication in practice: Empirically based studies. Slot Code: PCRT4b, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in Q220 Abstract
Howley, K., From Alternative Media to Media Interventions, Community Communication Section session: Media Interventions. Slot Code: CoCF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in Q122 Abstract
Pohle, J., From a Global Informatics Order to Informatics for Development: The rise and fall of the Intergovernmental Bureau for Informatics, International Communication Section session: New Centres, New Peripheries. Slot Code: INCS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in CG86 Abstract
Maarek, P. J., French Politicians on an Ejection Seat? Internet Drastic Consequences on Political Communication in France, Political Communication Research Section session: PANEL Internet influence on political communication. Slot Code: POLW3b, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG18 Abstract
Williamson, M., and G. Khiabany, Free speech and the market state: Race, media and democracy in new liberal times, Political Economy Section session: Media and the Limits of Liberal Democracy. Slot Code: PET1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in QG21 Abstract
Blake, S., and J. Shtern, Free access, free labour: user perspectives on their role in creating social media advertising markets, Emerging Scholars Network Section session: Information Economy. Slot Code: ESNW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG07 Abstract
Afkhami, H., Framing US Elections of 2012 in Iranian Press, International Communication Section session: Newsflows and foreign coverage in the changing global media landscape. Slot Code: INCF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in CG86 Abstract
Williams, J., and M. Dwyer, Framing Threat: Coverage of Violence in Pakistan’s Mainstream Non-English Media, Political Communication Research Section session: Communicating and covering conflicts. Slot Code: POLT4b, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG18 Abstract
Maurer, P., D. Tsapogas, A. Koukou, L. Winter, J. R. Rodriguez-Amat, and K. Sarikakis, Framing the Economic Crisis in Europe: A Comparative analysis of Austrian, British, French, German Greek and Spanish opinion leading newspapers., Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and Society Section session: Media and Social and Economic Change. Slot Code: MCPT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in CG12 Abstract
Gilboa, E., and S. Horowitz-Rozen, Framing Philanthropy in Time of War: A Theoretical Framework, Crisis Communication Working Group session: War, Terrorism, Conflicts and Crisis Communication I. Slot Code: CRIW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in HG17 Abstract
Tejkalova, A. N., and P. Sasek, Framing national indebtness – the tool how to win the election to Chamber of Deputies in the Czech Republic, Political Communication Research Section session: Politics and media interplays. Slot Code: POLS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG22 Abstract
Al Foori, R. A., Framing Gonu Cyclone in Oman Newspaper: Dominance and Exclusion of Frames, Environment, Science, and Risk Communication Working Group session: Communicating Disasters and Environmental Problems. Slot Code: ENVT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in Helix Blue Room Abstract
Lee, E. W. J., and S. S. Ho, Framing effects on Singaporean’s risk perception and support for nanotechnology: An eye-tracking approach, Environment, Science, and Risk Communication Working Group session: Risk Communication. Slot Code: ENVF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in Helix Blue Room Abstract
Mobasheri, S., A Four-Year Study of A Cyber Frontline: Governmental Policies and Iranian Netizens, Participatory Communication Research Section session: ‘New’ media technologies generating participatory action. Slot Code: PCRW2b, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in C114 Abstract
Zhou, T., Forming the Conventions: China’s media production and media regulation, Media Production Analysis Working Group session: Crisis, work condition and innovation. Slot Code: MPAT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in QG01 Abstract
Werenskjold, R., The Foreign News system in Norway 1945-2011, History Section session: Historical development of journalism’s forms and formats. Slot Code: HIST1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in Helix - The Studio Abstract
Cohen, A., A. Stepinska, A. Belo, C. Mujica, A. Sendin, K. De Swert, F. Lee, J. Wilke, and C. Heimprecht, Foreign News on Television: Where in the World Is the Global Village?, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Theme I: International Collaborative Research in Journalism Research: New Challenges and Emergent Perspectives - Foreign News on Television: Where in the World Is the Global Village?. Slot Code: JRE W2c, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in HG05 Abstract
Pietiläinen, J., Foreign news in Russian regions: trends since 1995, Post-Socialist and Post-Authoritarian Communication Working Group session: Media landscape in Russia, Ukraine and Tunisia. Slot Code: POSS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in Q158 Abstract
Bunce, M. J., Foreign Correspondents in East Africa and the decolonisation of international news flows, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Foreign correspondents and (re) colonisation in the global news system - new hubs, and new peripheries? Theme I: International Collaborative Research in Journalism Research: New Challenges and Emergent Perspectives. Slot Code: JRE T3b, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG10
Bromley, M. S., C. Archetti, H. Tumber, M. J. Bunce, B. Josephi, and M. P. Walsh, Foreign correspondents and (re)colonisation in the global news system - new hubs, and new peripheries?, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Foreign correspondents and (re)colonisation in the global news system - new hubs, and new peripheries? Theme I: International Collaborative Research in Journalism Research: New Challenges and Emergent Perspectives. Slot Code: JRE T3b, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG10 Abstract
Mäkelä, J., I. Ruoho, and P. Isotalus, Finnish female politicians´ own experiences. Representative and credible in the media?, Political Communication Research Section session: Communication and political leaders. Slot Code: POLS1b, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG18 Abstract
Petrella, S., S. Pereira, and M. Pinto, Finding New Ways for Media Education. Intergenerational Action for Inclusion and Media Literacy, Media Education Research Section session: Media literacy as a tool against poverty and for inclusion. Slot Code: MERF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in CG20 Abstract
Arendt, C., Fighting for attention and resources: Moving beyond symmetry toward a structural-material turn in activist public relations, Crisis Communication Working Group session: Panel: Causing Crises and Navigating Political Struggle (s): Activists’ dilemmas between symmetry and asymmetry. Slot Code: CRIW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG17 Abstract

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