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Li, Z., Wrong Apologia and Government Credibility in Crisis in China—Performance Study of Chinese Government Spokesmen in Press Conference during Public Crises, Crisis Communication Working Group session: Politics, Culture and Crisis Communication. Slot Code: CRIF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG17 Abstract
Gong, Y., Writing Chinese Slash Fan Fiction: Chinese Slash Fan’s ‘Localized’ Interpretation of Western Movies and Television, Audience Section session: Media Convergence and Audience Participation. Slot Code: AUDF3b, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG19 Abstract
Bannerman, S., The World Intellectual Property Organization and Traditional Knowledge, Law Section session: Property and Capital. Slot Code: LAWF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in C167 Abstract
SESSION CHAIR: TBC, Workshop (hands-on): Mapping Global Media Policy, GMP in cooperation with Emerging Scholars Network session: Workshop (hands-on): Mapping Global Media Policy. Slot Code: GMPF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in C116 Abstract
Shirvani, S., Women’s Impact on Social Media in Islamic Regions, Islam and Media Working Group session: Social Networks, Muslims and Identity. Slot Code: ISLS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in C123 Abstract
Clark, S., WOMEN, POVERTY, AND POWER: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY REVEALED BY THREE RECENT DOCUMENTARY FILMS, Political Economy Section session: Political Economy of Cinema. Slot Code: PEW2b, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in Q218 Abstract
LeRoux-Rutledge, E., Women re-telling the stories of women: the impact of community radio on female listeners in South Sudan, Participatory Communication Research Section session: Public service roles and orientation of the media. Slot Code: PCRF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q119 Abstract
Byerly, C. M., Women Journalists and Media Structures in a Time of Crisis, Gender and Communication Section session: Women Journalists and Media Structures in a Time of Crisis. Slot Code: GENF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in QG27 Abstract
Ross, K., Women in Media Industries in Europe: : methods and findings of a large-scale, pan-European collaborative project, Gender and Communication Section session: Women in Media Industries in Europe: Methods and findings of a large-scale, pan- European collaborative. Slot Code: GENT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG27 Abstract
Stenberg, J., With Great Drama and Fanfare: The Innovation Paradigm and its Symbolic Portrayal and Practices, Emerging Scholars Network Section session: Convergences. Slot Code: ESNF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG07 Abstract
Alzuru, M. T., Will the Real Hugo Chávez Please Stand Up? An Analysis of President Hugo Chavez’s Campaign Speeches throughout the 2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election, Political Communication Research Section session: Communication and political leaders. Slot Code: POLS1b, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG18 Abstract
Reis, R., Will Climate Change Ever Create a Meme Powerful Enough to Disrupt the Global Conversation?, Environment, Science, and Risk Communication Working Group session: Media, Climate Change and Public Understanding. Slot Code: ENVW3a, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in Helix Blue Room Abstract
Milan, S., WikiLeaks, Anonymous, and the Exercise of Individuality: Protesting in the Cloud, 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
Saleh, I., WikiLeaks & Arab Spring: Twists and Turns of Media, Culture and Power, 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
Torres, E. M., Why should I explain why I do what I do? The media self-regulation in the 21st Century Mexican media, Ethics of Society and Ethics of Communication Working Group session: Covering Conflicts, protecting people and promoting values. Slot Code: ETHW3a, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG08 Abstract
Almirón, N., Why does the media fail to adequately report the direct links between eating meat and climate change?, Environment, Science, and Risk Communication Working Group session: The Social Production of Environmental News. Slot Code: ENVT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in Helix Blue Room Abstract
Jensen, R. B., Why communicating Libya matters to the UK, 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
Sandvig, C., Who Is the First Smith on the Internet? Contemporary Problems in Systems for Handling Identifiers, Communication Policy and Technology session: Internet Design and Practice. Slot Code: CPTF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in QG13 Abstract
Oehmer, F., Who is on the Agenda? An Analysis of Determinants of Interest Groups’ Media Exposure in German Newspapers., Political Communication Research Section session: Communication and media effects. Slot Code: POLF3b, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG18 Abstract
Godole, J., Who is a journalist in Albania today? Providing a model of the albanian Journalist, Post-Socialist and Post-Authoritarian Communication Working Group session: Journalism cultures and the public sphere. Slot Code: POSF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in Q158 Abstract
Chong, C. C. - K., Who got to say what? Conflicting narratives and the construction of communal identity in Chinese minority newspapers in the Netherlands, Community Communication Section session: Alternative Journalisms 2: Participation, Interaction, and Citizen Journalism. Slot Code: CoCT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q122 Abstract
Knowles, S. E., G. Phillips, and J. Lidberg, Who did Financial Journalists serve when reporting the Financial Crisis 2005-2008: The Market or the Audience?, Emerging Scholars Network Section session: Representations and Framing in the Press. Slot Code: ESNW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in HG07 Abstract
Kaptan, Y., Who can change the world? Resistance as Communication and METU Advertisements, Popular Culture Working Group session: Commodity discourses. Slot Code: POPT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in Q217 Abstract
Hamilton, N. T., Who Can Be a Black Female Lead Character? Black Women, Socioeconomics, Neo-Liberalism and Television, Gender and Communication Section session: Representation & Identity. Slot Code: GENT3b, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG22 Abstract
Griffen-Foley, B., Whitewash: Eric White and the foundations of Australian public relations, History Section session: Historical development of forms of public. Slot Code: HISF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in Helix - The Studio Abstract
Meadows, M. H., When the stars align: Indigenous media policy moments explored, Community Communication Section session: Community Media Policy: Interactions, Interventions and Change. Slot Code: CoCT1b, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in Q219 Abstract
Papa, F., and J. - M. Francony, When social media uses collide with communication economy of the Olympics: the Vancouver and London cases., Media and Sport Section session: Media, Sport and Global Events. Slot Code: SPOT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG09 Abstract
Lee, A. M., and H. I. Chyi, When Newsworthy is Not Noteworthy: Examining the Value of News from Audiences’ Perspective, Audience Section session: Audiences, Publics and News Media. Slot Code: AUDF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG20 Abstract
Clark, J. T., When art is advertising and advertising is art., Visual Culture Working Group session: Visual Art and Visual Culture. Slot Code: VISW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in Helix - The Gallery Abstract
Pereira, F. H., N. Oliveira, P. A. Travassos, and R. S. Sandes, When a journalist decides to be become a PR: an analysis of the university role’ programs and internships to the careers choices of Brazilian journalism students, 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
Fedele, M., N. García-Muñoz, and E. Prado, What Teens Like To Watch On Television Fiction Programmes: Findings From A Catalan Study, Audience Section session: Youth Media Consumption: Behaviour and Practice I. Slot Code: AUDW4b, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG19 Abstract
Ehrat, J., What is, and what means, communicating religiously?, Media, Religion and Culture Working Group session: ‘Media, Religion & Culture’ on Communicating Religiously: Theoretical Explorations I. Slot Code: MRCW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in QG02 Abstract
Holt, K., and M. Grusell, What is unethical advertising? An analysis of complaints to the Advertising Ombudsman in Sweden 2009-2012., Ethics of Society and Ethics of Communication Working Group session: To entertain and to educate: the challenge of promote values, give fun and sale. Slot Code: ETHW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG08 Abstract
Ryfe, D. M., and D. Mensing, "What is the Meaning of a News Link?", Journalism Research and Education Section session: New News in the context of Social Media Theme II: Innovations in Journalism. Slot Code: JRE T3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG23 Abstract
Vincent, R. C., K. Sarikakis, K. Nordenstreng, and R. E. Mansell, What is left of MacBride in communication policy and study? - Panel Proposal, International Communication Section session: What is left of MacBride in communication policy and study?. Slot Code: INCT4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in CG86 Abstract
Fuchs, C., What is Digital Work? What is Digital Labour?, Political Economy Section session: Contested Formations of Cultural and Digital Labour. Slot Code: PES1b, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in Q218 Abstract
Ito, Y., What explains the fluctuations in news coverage by foreign mass media?, International Communication Section session: New trends and controversies in global media. Slot Code: INCS3a, on Sat 29 June at 14:00-15:30 in CG86 Abstract
Livingstone, S., What difference does the digital make? Lessons in individualization from an ordinary classroom, Media Education Research Section session: ICT-enhanced media education and e-learning potential. Slot Code: MERF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in CG20 Abstract
Duncan, F., What are they making here? The conservative blogosphere and the production of politics, Communication Policy and Technology session: Blogging, interacting and public sphere. Slot Code: CPTS3a, on Sat 29 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG13 Abstract
Ova, N., West perception of Muslims in Turkey: The forms that the film “Innocence of Muslims” is argued in the Islamist Press, Media, Religion and Culture Working Group session: Clash of Cultures: A case study in Islam and the West. Slot Code: MRCS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in QG02 Abstract
Yang, K. C. C., Weibo (Microblog), Emerging Civil Society, and the Cyber Public Sphere in China, Communication Policy and Technology session: User-citizen involvement in media platforms. Slot Code: CPTS3b, on Sat 29 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q121 Abstract
Kothari, A., and D. D. Elliott, Web-Based HIV/AIDS Information: Potential for Effective Communication, 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
Saleh, I., Weaving the dreams of women empowerment in Egypt during and after the revolution: Empty Pledges and Costly Delays, Gender and Communication Section session: Representation 3 (Non-Fiction). Slot Code: GENS3a, on Sat 29 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG27 Abstract
Downey, J., 'We are the 99%'. Did Occupy make a difference?, Political Economy Section session: Communications practices, experiences and struggles of social movements: Indignados, #OWS and #YoSoy132. Slot Code: PEF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG21 Abstract
Corredoira, L., A wave of fresh air? European countries facing other approach for protecting content industries, Law Section session: Property and Capital. Slot Code: LAWF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in C167 Abstract
Barros, C., Watching TV on cell phones: An investigation in a group of poor urban workers in Brazil, Audience Section session: Mobile Technologies and the Audience. Slot Code: AUDF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG20 Abstract
Gutiérrez Lozano, J. F., Watching television across borders: How Spanish emigrants make sense of television from ‘home’ through new television formats, Popular Culture Working Group session: Frames without Frontiers : Special Panel on Formats. Slot Code: POPW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in Q217 Abstract
Galander, M. M., Watching over the “Watchdogs”:How Press Laws and Councils Stifle the Sudanese Press, 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
Stole, I. L., War within a War: The fight over advertising regulation in America during WWII, Law Section session: History. Slot Code: LAWF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in C167 Abstract
Wang, W. - C., Wage levels of Taiwanese journalists under the transformation of technology: Status quo and possible solutions. A critical political economy perspective, Political Economy Section session: Discourses, narratives and Journalism. Slot Code: PET3b, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q218 Abstract

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