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Wolf, C., Just ‘learning by doing’: The institutionalization of mobile publishing in German journalism, Media Production Analysis Working Group session: Journalists at work. Slot Code: MPAW3a, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG01 Abstract
Kalyango, Y., and N. O. Katu, Just or Unjust War: Attitudes of Muslims and Non-Muslims about the U.S.-led Wars, Islam and Media Working Group session: Media Ethics and Regulation in Muslim World. Slot Code: ISLW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in HG06 Abstract
Portillo, M., Jóvenes, redes sociales y participación política: análisis del surgimiento del #YoSoy132 en México, Political Communication Research Section session: New media, new politics?. Slot Code: POLF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG22 Abstract
Meneses Rocha, M. E., E. Ortega, and G. A. Urbina, Jóvenes conectados y participación política en México 2012. Del #Yosoy132 a otras formas de vincularse con lo público, Participatory Communication Research Section session: PCR Spanish session. Slot Code: PCRT3b, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q220 Abstract
Müller, P., and R. Hohlfeld, Journalists´ Presumptions of Media Effects. A Theoretical Framework of their Dimensions, Determinants & Consequences., 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
Koutsoukos, C., Journalists-getting the (w)rites of religion, Media, Religion and Culture Working Group session: Religion Content & Journalism. Slot Code: MRCF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG02 Abstract
Akdenizli, B., JOURNALISTS AND TWITTER: WHAT ARE TURKISH JOURNALISTS SAYING ONLINE, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Hybridization of Media, Twitter and Political Implications Theme II: Innovations in Journalism. Slot Code: JRE T1b, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG10 Abstract
Tumber, H., N. Newman, S. Schifferes, R. E. Mansell, N. Thurman, and P. Bradshaw, Journalists and Social Media – what will the future hold?, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Journalists and Social Media – what will the future hold? Theme II: Innovations in Journalism. Slot Code: JRE W4c, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG05 Abstract
Walsh, M. P., Journalists and anti-colonial networks: Ireland the new world order for news in the early 20th century, 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
Khazaal, N., Journalistic Values and Social Change: How a War-Time Lebanese Television Opened the Door for a Broader Arab Public Sphere, History Section session: The press, broadcasting and public sphere in the times of political and societal turmoil. Slot Code: HIST3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in Helix - The Studio Abstract
Kodrich, K., and C. Carter, Journalistic Routines and Newsroom Practices at the USA-Mexico Border, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Local and National insights to Journalism Research and Education Theme III: Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE F3b, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG10 Abstract
Mellado, C., and A. V. Dalen, Journalistic roles performance in news content: Challenging the dichotomy citizen-consumer in the conception of the public, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Journalism Motivations, Practices and Indicators Theme IV: Methods for Quantifying Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE W4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG23 Abstract
Gerner, M. S., Journalistic imagination and cosmopolitanism among journalists in the UK, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Journalism Ethics: Practices and Challenges Theme V: Generic Studies of Journalism. Slot Code: JRE T1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG23 Abstract
De Waal, M., and M. Milosavljevic, Journalism, Innovation and Policy-making, Communication Policy and Technology session: PANEL The Open Society Foundation's Mapping Digital Media Initiative: Global Communications Research to Support Policymaking. Slot Code: CPTT4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in QG13 Abstract
Mauri, M., Journalism, crisis and change in Spain. From the beginning of democracy (1975-1978) to the current situation (2008-2012), History Section session: Media representations and reconstructions of historical crises and conflicts. Slot Code: HISW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in Helix - The Studio Abstract
Niblock, S., Journalism of compassion: Rewriting reporting for the digital age, 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
Fidalgo, J., Journalism is changing – and what about journalism ethics?, Ethics of Society and Ethics of Communication Working Group session: New media environment: risks and opportunities. Slot Code: ETHT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG08 Abstract
Hackett, R. A., Journalism for planetary emergency, Political Economy Section session: Discourses, narratives and Journalism. Slot Code: PET3b, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q218 Abstract
Tanner, S., M. J. O'Donnell, K. P. Green, and T. A. Cullen, Journalism education futures, partnerships, and innovations, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Journalism Ethics: Practices and Challenges Theme V: Generic Studies of Journalism. Slot Code: JRE T1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG23 Abstract
Bharthur, S., Journalism Education & BRICS: Issues and Challenges for Comparative Assessment, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Creative Skills vs. Creative Destruction of Journalism Education Theme V: Generic Studies of Journalism. Slot Code: JRE T3c, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG05 Abstract
Phelan, S., Journalism and post-ideological neoliberalism, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Changes in Journalists Cultures Across the world Theme V: Generic Studies of Journalism. Slot Code: JRE T4b, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG10 Abstract
Bromley, M. S., Jim really fixed it: creative destruction and the non-reporting the Savile case in the British press, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Creative Destruction & Media Hostility: Painful Professional Realities Theme III: Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE S1b, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG10 Abstract
Lachover, E., and C. Vaisman, Jewish-Israeli Girls' Online Discourse about International Women's Day: Post-Feminism or “Feminist Insensibility”?, Gender and Communication Section session: Social Networks/ICT and Gender. Slot Code: GENW3a, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG27 Abstract
Cohen, Y., Jewish Religious Holiday Editorial Content in Israel, Media, Religion and Culture Working Group session: The Media and Religious Identity. Slot Code: MRCT4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in C165 Abstract
Blondheim, M., The Jewish Communication Tradition and its Encounters with (the) New Media, Media, Religion and Culture Working Group session: Religious Organisations and the Digital Age. Slot Code: MRCW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in QG02 Abstract
Takahashi, T., Japanese Youth and Social Media, Audience Section session: Youth and Social Media. Slot Code: AUDT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG20 Abstract
Masso, A., and E. Selart, Japan in Estonian seamen’ travelogues during the second half of the 19th century, 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

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