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Regan, J. V. B., Hybrid in Haiti – Watchdogging the earthquake from the grassroots, Community Communication Section session: Alternative Journalisms 1: Crisis, Activism and Critique. Slot Code: CoCT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in Q122 Abstract
Batziou, A., Humouring the Greek crisis, Comic Art Working Group session: Political Cartooning. Slot Code: COMW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in HG09 Abstract
Martell, L. R., How to Produce Creative Radio Programming within Intercultural Societies?, Public Service Media Policies Working Group session: Content Creation by Public Service Media in Response to Change. Slot Code: PSMS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG20 Abstract
Puente, S., D. Grassau, and S. Pellegrini, How to measure TV journalism quality in disaster coverage: Proposing an instrument based on the Feb. 27, 2010 earthquake in Chile, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Quality and Quantity Indicators: Two sides of the story Across Themes: Professional Journalism, International Perspectives & Quantifying Methods. Slot Code: JRE T4c, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG05 Abstract
Tonndorf, K., How to make peace with a generation of online pirates: more information, clearer policies and new concepts., Communication Policy and Technology with Law Section session: Law/CPT joint session: Transparency and Corruption. Slot Code: LAWW3A, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in C167 Abstract
Broughton Micova, S. E., and D. Tambini, How the British Press Covered its own Crisis, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Narratives, Communities and Conflicts in Transforming Environment Theme IV: Methods for Quantifying Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE F1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG23 Abstract
Olsson, E. - K., J. Falkheimer, and L. W. Nord, How journalistic styles and standards contribute to political actors’ crisis exploitation, Crisis Communication Working Group session: War, Terrorism, Conflicts and Crisis Communication II. Slot Code: CRIW3a, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG17 Abstract
Rafter, K., How important was commercialization in media coverage of the 2011 Irish general election?, Political Communication Research Section session: Mediatization of politics. Slot Code: POLF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG22 Abstract
Cadavid, A., How E-Gov platforms transform communication order from the local to the global, Community Communication Section session: Internet Use, Marginalized Communities and Democratic Engagement. Slot Code: CoCW3b, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q219 Abstract
Musiani, F., How Do We Know if This Is Success or Not?, Emerging Scholars Network Section session: Special Session with Sandra Braman and Robert Huesca: “How Do We Know if This Is Success or Not?”. Slot Code: ESNF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG07 Abstract
Dursun, C., HOW DO TURKISH READERS PERCEIVE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION NEWS?, Environment, Science, and Risk Communication Working Group session: Media, Science and Public Understanding/ Engagement. Slot Code: ENVF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in Helix Blue Room Abstract
Huei-Ling, L., How Do They Become Professional Journalists? The Knowledge Sharing in TV News Production, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Journalism in a Changing Profession Theme III: Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE F4b, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG10 Abstract
Herrera Damas, S., and J. L. Requejo Alemán, How do the most prestigious journalism schools worldwide manage to balance classic subjects with the current industry requirements?, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Information, Journalism Education & Industry Requirements Theme V: Generic Studies of Journalism. Slot Code: JRE W3b, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG10 Abstract
Monclus, B., M. Gutierrez, J. M. Marti, X. Ribes, and I. Ferrer, How do social media interfere in radio broadcasting production routines in periods of crisis?, Media Production Analysis Working Group session: Broadcast, ethnicity and change. Slot Code: MPAT4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in QG01 Abstract
Baptista, C. M., How cultural journalism is evolving since 2000 until 2010: a study about the Portuguese press, 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
Rees, G., How close is too close? Exploring appropriate distance in trauma reporting, Ethics of Society and Ethics of Communication Working Group session: Emotional and trauma literacy in journalism’s digital age. Slot Code: ETHT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG08 Abstract
Moon, S. J., How Candidate Preferences Correspond to Agenda Setting Effects in Substantive and Affective Dimensions, Political Communication Research Section session: Communication and media effects. Slot Code: POLF3b, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG18 Abstract
Hasler, T. E., HIV/AIDS communication strategies in developing countries: Behaviour change in a high fear environment, Communication and HIV/AIDS Working Group session: Communicating HIV/AIDS: Issues and Concerns. Slot Code: CHAW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in CA124 Abstract
Uberg Nærland, T., Hip hop and the public sphere: political commitment and communicative practices among Norwegian rappers, Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and Society Section session: New and Old Media and the Public sphere. Slot Code: MCPW4b, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in C124 Abstract
Moitra, A., and A. Kumar, Hill Women’s Perceptions and Articulations about Climate Change: The Case of Henvalvani Community Radio, Chamba, Uttarakhand, India, Community Communication Section session: Addressing the Environmental Crisis through Community and Alternative Media. Slot Code: CoCF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q122 Abstract
Bjerke, P., and B. K. Fonn, The Hidden Theory in Financial Cricis Journalism. The Case of Norway, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Narratives, Communities and Conflicts in Transforming Environment Theme IV: Methods for Quantifying Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE F1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG23 Abstract
Weinstein, M., Heritage and Journalism in traditional and emergent media, Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and Society Section session: Media, Collective Memory and the Ideological Effect. Slot Code: MCPF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in CG12 Abstract
Fernandes, L., and F. Lopes, Health information between the newspaper and the TV screen, Health Communication and Change Working Group session: Health Message Framing and Risk Perception. Slot Code: CHAF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in CA124 Abstract
Cooper, G., Heading for a disaster? Ethical and legal questions raised when mainstream media use user-generated content to report humanitarian crises, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Seeing the bigger picture? Social media and reporting of humanitarian crises in the 21st century Theme I: International Collaborative Research in Journalism Research: New Challenges and Emergent Perspectives. Slot Code: JRE T4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG23
Thomas, V., and M. Eby, Haus Piksas: Using informal media distribution for HIV and AIDS communication in Papua New Guinea, Communication and HIV/AIDS Working Group session: Communicating HIV/AIDS: Issues and Concerns. Slot Code: CHAW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in CA124 Abstract
Zabaleta, I., A. Gutierrez, C. Ferré Pavia, I. Fernandez, and N. Xamardo, Hard data on traditional and online news media: Assessing consequences of the dual crisis in European minority language journalism, International Communication Section session: Global online media, crisis and activism. Slot Code: INCT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in CG86 Abstract
Mac Sithigh, D., Hadrian's Geoblock: media reform and devolution, Law Section session: Media Scandal and Crisis. Slot Code: LAWW2A, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in C167 Abstract
Maxigas, Hacklabs and Hackerspaces: Framing Technology and Politics, Communication Policy and Technology session: PANEL Disruption Through (Co)Creativity: Promises and Perils of Globalized Open- Source Hardware Movements. Slot Code: CPTT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG13 Abstract
Schrock, A. R., Hacking Organizations: Organizational Practices and Identity in Hacker and Maker Spaces, Communication Policy and Technology session: PANEL Disruption Through (Co)Creativity: Promises and Perils of Globalized Open- Source Hardware Movements. Slot Code: CPTT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG13 Abstract
Obregón, R., Hacia una perspectiva sistémica de la comunicación para el desarrollo y cambio social, Participatory Communication Research Section session: Panel: Contribuciones desde la generación de conocimiento sobre los procesos de comunicación y cambio social. Slot Code: PCRT4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in Q119
Pedraza Bucio, C. I., Hablar de deportes ¿cosa de hombres? Una mirada de género sobre la prensa deportiva mexicana., Gender and Communication Section session: Representation 1 (Non- Fiction). Slot Code: GENT1b, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in QG22 Abstract

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