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ENCLAVES AND DILEMMAS OF RECEPTION. FAMILY FARMERS AND AGRICULTURAL PRESS
Edgardo Luis Carniglia
Emerging Consumption Patterns among Young People of Traditional and Internet News Platforms in the Low Countries
Anna Van Cauwenberge, Leen d'Haenens, Hans Beentjes
Remembering the audience. A multi-methodological view on the postwar experience of cinema audiences in Ghent, Belgium
Lies Van de Vijver, Daniël Biltereyst
COMPARATIVE AND DISCURSIVE ANALYSIS OF PROGRAM “GATO FEDORENTO, ESMIÚÇA OS SUFRÁGIOS”
Michelly Santos Carvalho, Ana Cecília de Abreu Pinto Araújo, Bernardo Nabais, Filipa Almeida
How media literate are we? – Children's voices about brands, ads, security on the Web and their online community practices.
Conceição Gonçalves Costa, Manuel José Damásio
Logos, Learning and Life - Jamaican Children and Brand Advertising
Anthea Edalere-Henderson, anthea edalere-henderson
Appropriating Television in a Digital Era - Results from a Portuguese Qualitative study
Vera Araújo, Tiago Lima, Gustavo Cardoso
Russian Young Citizens' Participation in Mass Media Consumption
Maria E. Anikina
A pan-European study on children’s online experiences: contributions from cognitive testing
Leslie Haddon, Cristina Ponte
The Affective Audiences of Facebook
Lisbeth Klastrup
The effects of news frames on viewers’ perceptions of international conflicts and crises
Arne Freya Zillich, Roland Göbbel, Georg Ruhrmann
Review on the base of the pyramid population in Puebla`s, Mexico Municipality. A challenge under the participation of social mediatize use of 2.0?
Paulina Alvarez Barillas
Narrative Persuasion through Fictional Feature Films: The Mediating Role of Identification with Characters
Juan-José Igartua, Isabel Barrios, Valeriano Piñeiro
Exploring online experiences of young people in rural areas
Fatimah Awan, David Gauntlett
Communication and consumption: women identity representations in the prime-time publicity
Marcia Perencin Tondato
Mellowing of Mural Messages: A Study of Chinese Population and Family Planning Slogans and Posters
Debao Xiang, Naren Jayantha Chitty
Uses and dominant and negotiated readings of local electoral news in Monterrey, Mexico
Jose-Carlos Lozano
In Amateurs We Trust! Audiences Reflecting Amateur News photographs.
Liina Kaisa Puustinen, Janne Seppänen
Television, Citizenship and Public Knowledge: The Case of the Television Entrepreneurs
Raymond Boyle
Blind Faith in the Web? Internet Use and Empowerment among Visually and Hearing Impaired Adults: a Qualitative Study of Benefits and Barriers
Mariek Vandenabeele, Rozane De Cock, Keith Roe
College Students’ Involvement with Celebrities and Their Intention to Undergo Cosmetic Surgeries
Nainan Wen, Stella C. Chia, Xiaoming Hao
Towards the ‘internationalising’ of digital natives studies: a Japanese perspective
Toshie Takahashi
Connected and distracted: walking bodies and narrative action
Mágda Rodrigues da Cunha
What contribution do specific child-focused media make to empower citizenship and participation among children?
Andrea Elisabeth Dürager, Mareike Düssel, Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink
Identity, diagnosis and diagnostic criteria in mental health online communities
David C Giles
Confronting Audience Research: A Methodological Comparison between Focus Group and Small Group Research Designs in Assessing Prejudice
Karin Wilkins
Difficulties in the link between being citizens and audiences
Rebeca Padilla
Subconscius class consciousness? The reception of class dimensions in Three Loves, Falcon Crest and TV News
Sven Ross
The impact of music in advertisements: An empirical approach towards the understanding of musical fit
Rebecca Preß
Dynamics of Symbolic Power of the Producers of Colombian Television Political News and Their Local Audiences
Adriana Angel, Julián Andrés Burgos
INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION ADVERTISING ON EATING DISORDERS. THE SPANISH CASE: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY BASED ON THE EXPERTS OPPINION
Jimenez,Carrillo,Sánchez Mònika, Victoria,María
The Influence of Media vs Peers and Parents on Body Dissatisfaction Amongst Children in Singapore
May O Lwin, Shelly Malik
THE TEEN SERIES AND THE YOUNG TARGET. GENDER STEREOTYPES IN TELEVISION FICTION TARGETED TO TEENAGERS.
Maddalena Fedele, Núria García-Muñoz
The intersection between "obvious" and "catalyzed public" through the mediating domain of civic cultures.
Maria Francesca Murru
The regulation of television audiovisual content and the protection of children and adolescents in Brazil
Inês Sílvia Vitorino Sampaio
Are the Youth of Today Ever Becoming More "Social"?: Exploring the Relationship between Social Media Use and Prosocial Effect
Yoonwhan "Miles" Cho
The Participative Chinese Audiences—A case study of the reality TV show “Super 6+1”
Kuo Viola Huang, Fei Jiang
Children reading an online genre: Transformed audiences and modes of interpretation in youthful engagement with an online text
Ranjana Das
Information Control and Disclosure in Cyberspace: A study on Singapore teenagers’ Use of Social Networking Sites
Alfred Choi, Ruili Chen
The Psychic Tourist
Annette Hill
Texting back: audience commentary and agency in the context of the ‘Zimbabwe crisis’ (2000-2007)
Wendy Willems
Re-imagining Citizenship: Young Audiences' Engagement with BBC Newsround
Cynthia Carter, Maire Messenger Davies, Stuart Allan, Kaitlynn Mendes
Television as Practice: Media Genres along Everyday Life. Or vice versa?
Lorenzo Domaneschi, Sergio Splendore
Transforming Audiences in Internet Era:Online Circulation of US TV Drama in Mainland China
Guanxiong Huang
Ficción televisiva, web 2.0 y construcción de identidad
Maria Rosario Lacalle
I'm Egyptian, I'm Muslim, but I'm also Cosmopolitan: The Unlikely Young Cosmopolitans of Cairo
Heba Elsayed
Mediating Terror: a Case Study of Young Moroccan Audiences’ Encounter with Hollywood Narratives of Terrorism
Mohamed El Marzouki
The impact of watching TV news on children’s Scientific Literacy in Media (SLiM)
Pei-Ling Lin, Chun-Yen Chang, Tzu-Yu Chou
Disciplinary discourses through video and computer game usage
Hong Renyi, Chen Vivian, Huseh-hua
Climate change from the audience’s perspective. Theorizing empirical findings on media usage and media effects between routine and information seeking.
Monika M. M. Taddicken, Irene Neverla
Passive or active? An exploration study of Chinese audience
yuan yuan
Contextualizing Author-audience convergences. 'New' technologies' claims to increased participation, novelty and uniqueness
Nico Carpentier
transcultural audience via Web 2.0: Chinese online fan community of U.S primetime TV
lingzi zhang
Diversity and Nationhood: audience participation on the UK’s radio 5 live
Peter Lunt
Scheduling newscasts: a worldwide comparison of programming strategies and audience results
Miguel Vicente, Belén Monclús
EastWest 101: cultural diversity, cops, and cultural citizenship
Georgie McClean
News Consumption Behaviour of Teens and Young Adults in Digital Media Environments - Empirical Results of a Qualitative Study in Austria
Birgit Stark
Comparing children’s and parents’ views about online activities, risks and safety: Methodological issues regarding EU Kids Online II survey
José Alberto Simões, Bojana Lobe
Engaging history: a critical reception study of historical dramas on contemporary Chinese TV
Dawei Guo
The relationship among perceived sensationalism, perceived credibility and liking of TV news: A study in Asian context
Phong Kim Huynh, Glenn Yin-De Lim, Hoon Lee Toh, Phuong Khanh Tran
Media use habits. Remarks on a disregarded concept
Thomas Koch, Benjamin Krämer
The Exchange Researcher: Media Ethnography and Audience Research
Andrea Medrado
New media as opportunities and obligations
Ingunn Hagen, Ron E. Rice
Strategies of media use and the concept of an active audience
Benjamin Krämer, Thomas Koch
Are Advergames effective in enhancing Children’s Brand Recall, Image and Preference for the advertised brand? – comparing the effect on children in two different social perspective taking stages
Luisa Agante, Rui Rosado
Commercial vs. Product Placement: A study with young children
Luisa Agante, Ismael Omar
Tweens and Social Networking
Luisa Agante, Carolina Rodrigues
Armchair Activists Combat Fascist Politics in Cyberspace: Khans and Other ‘Outsiders’ in Mumbai
Rashmi Sawhney
Online Content Creation among young people in Estonia
Pille Runnel
Global memories - global publics? Exploring audience remembering of distant disasters
Maria Kyriakidou
Desperately seeking a Public?: Young people, the internet and mediated citizenship
Barbara O'Connor, Claire English
Toward an alternative approach to study audiences in transitional countries, the case of Algeria
Ali Kessaissia

Communication Policy and Technology

Policy Process, Policy Learning, and the Role of Provincial Media in China
Yik Chan Chin
Diversity 2.0: Rethinking Audiences, Participation and Policies
Minna Aslama, Phillip Napoli
Global Governance by National Institution? The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and Facebook’s Privacy Policy Reforms
Jeremy G. Shtern
Framing Privacy Control: A Critical Analysis of the US sites
Yong Jin Park
The technological innovation in the ICT, Creative Industries and of the Digital Contents in Venezuela. Technological scenarios 2008-2017.
Carlos Enrique Guzmán Cárdenas
Asking a tiger for its hide: creating an independent media regulator during political transition
Yachi Chen
Community participation in the development of digital radio: the Australian experience
Christina Louise Spurgeon
How to Study Ownership and Regulation
Des Freedman
Does SMS use affect the English literacy among youths in Singapore?
Brian Chin Hin Lee, Trisha Tsui Chuan Lin
Rethinking power in world politics: the empowering potential of media monitoring and gender-based advocacy networks. Reflections on the Global Media Monitoring Project
Claudia Padovani
Political clientelism as a key to understand Spanish television policies in the democratic period (1977-2010)
David Fernández-Quijada, Luis Arboledas
A Study on Platform’s New Strategy in Media 2.0 Era
minzheong song
Citizenship and Internet Design
Sandra Braman
Global Internet Governance: Conflicting scenarios for our networked communicative future
Slavka Borissova Antonova
Subjective tags and its implications on information indexing
Hsiaomei Wu
Adolescents’ New Media Literacy in Flanders
Cédric Courtois, Peter Mechant, Steve Paulussen
Information and Communication Technologies and the Access to Public Information Policies in Latin America
Cristiano Aguiar Lopes
Understanding barriers to digital television adoption in the context of the digital switchover in Portugal
Celia Quico, Manuel José Damásio
Power, Interest and the Knowledge Economy
Robin E Mansell
Comparing the Diffusion Process of Terrestrial Digital Television with that of Digital Cable Television in Taiwan
Shu-Chu Sarrina Li
The feudalization of mobile device design: lessons from hardware hackers
Alison Powell
Implementing e-inclusion in Flanders: going beyond access? A critical analysis of e-inclusion initiatives and their ability to improve multiple digital literacies.
Ilse Mariën, Stijn Bannier, Leo Van Audenhove
Political economy of the Korean new media reform
Dong-Hee Shin
Trial by Facebook: Sexuality, Surveillance, Scrutiny and Privacy Laws in Canada
Leslie Regan Shade, Kim Sawchuk
Disability, Communication and Human Rights
Gerard Michael Goggin
Demand Estimation with Effect of Direct Network Externalities: The Role of Social Networks in Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games
Xuexin Xu, Wayne Fu
Interactivity and Relational Maintenance: Examining political blogging in Singapore
Trisha T. C. Lin, Brian Chin Hin LEE, Xuan’an Lim
Towards user-centric public services: An analysis of the Personal Health System in the Network Society
Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva, Ismael Peña-López, Pieter Verdegem
Organised Producers and the Web 2.0: Ambitions, Strategies, Practices
Tobias Olsson
Children and Young People Online: Global Perspectives on Protection, Safety, Privacy and Freedom of Expression
Leslie Regan Shade
Changes in external social network patterns among broadcasting policy actors : A comparative study between Roh Moo-Hyun and Lee Myung-Bak government through SNA(social network analysis)
Hyunwoo Lee
Manoeuvring in the mountains: Exploring the potential of an information and communication technology system for community healthcare workers in Nepal.
Faiz Law, Nazran Ahmad, Nadia Ismail, Arul Chib
Rethinking the Concept of Citizenship of Communication Right:Constructing An Analysis Framework of Media Policy
yuanchen cho
The Technology of Relationships
Mirca Madianou
EU policy and regulation for electronic communications: is it all about participation and democracy?
Panayiota Tsatsou
Fostering Participation through Educational Networks
Sharon Strover, Derek Lackaff, Christopher McConnell
The Panspectron and the Multitude: Explorations of Surveillance in MMOGs
Aphra Kerr, Stefano De Paoli, Max Keatinge
Openning EU Policy-Making: Networked political activism or the Continuation of Elitism in Competitive Democracy
Yana Breindl, Nils Gustafsson
Privacy as anonymity *and* knowledge of identity: the dawn of peer-to-peer social networks
Francesca Musiani
Beyond public access? Reconsidering broadband for remote Indigenous communities
Vice-chair: Ellie Rennie, Julian Thomas, Andrew Crouch, Peter Taylor
Online participation resources in European broadcasters: A strategic bet
Rosa Franquet, Maria Isabel Villa, Ignacio Bergillos
Online Activism, Framing Strategy and Media Representation -- The Green Dam Youth Escort Software Incident in China
Fen Lin, Xinzhi Zhang
Cooperation and Contextualization in ICT for Development (ICT4D)
Melanie Stilz
The Andean countries revived the debate on political and regulatory bodies of the communication
Abel Suing, Francisco Campos
Third-person effect on Singaporeans’ perception of censorship and information sharing toward online political information
Yahhuei Hong, Trisha Tsui-Chuan Lin, Peng Hwa Ang
Investigating the Moderating Role of Age in Planned Online Data Fabrication Behavior
May O. Lwin
Difficultés de communication de l’Union européenne. La politique de communication de la première Commission Barroso (2004 - 2009)
Nicoleta CRISTEA-BRUNEL
Spacio-generational determinants of Mobile phone disconnectivities in Zimbabwe’s evolving communication ecologies
Zvenyika Eckson Mugari
New Approaches to Internet-related Policies: Co-processes In Multistakeholder Settings
Nanette Levinson, Laura McGinnis
Questioning the Universality: Disability Rights between Legal Discourses and Policy Narratives’
Julia Hoffman, Aliaa Dakroury
Disability, Communication Technologies and Communication Rights: It’s personal’
Meredith Levine
Hearing (our) Voices: Mental Health, Citizenship, and Inclusion
Barbara Levine
The Twitter Treaty?: Disability, New Media Technologies and Communication Rights’
Gerard Michael Goggin
The network neutrality debate in the USA and Europe: Economic growth, citizenship, and regulatory responses
Maria Michalis
Transforming medical research by tapping online-community based public opinion
Jamie Anderson
Europe and WSIS: The Search for Substance
Johanna Jääsaari
The place of the human body in the new techno-security paradigm
Manuel Bogalheiro
The politics of digital media in primary schools: the case of the Portuguese computer ‘Magalhães’
Sara Pereira, Luís Pereira, Helena Sousa
European media and communication policies: convergence, divergence, policy coordination?
Hannu Nieminen
Comparative study of the ITC use on social movements. The case of Italy and Colombia (2007-2008).
Elisabeth Donatello, Judith Cortés Vásquez
Technology and education: the use of computers in the classroom
Regina Helena Alves da Silva, Silvia Esteves, Leandro Reis de Mello, Otacilio de Oliveira Junior
The dynamics of memory distribution in mass media organizations: a preliminary approach.
Alberto Sá
Digital exclusion, disability and media access: The role of communications policy.
Maria Sourbati
Regulating digital convergence in Brazil
Lara de Podestá Haje
The Patterns of Technological Transformation: Broadband, Telephone and Electrification in the U.S.
Sharon Strover, Nick Muntean
State of the Internet Outpaces State of Internet Legislation? The Case of Turkey
Banu Akdenizli Uzturk
Community Radio and Digital Migration.
Lawrie Hallett
Communication policies as public policies. Can we expect a worse situation with a right wing government? Digital broadcasting, civil society and community television in Chile.
Chiara Saez baeza
ICT in Sub-Saharan Africa: A view of the intersection of gender equity, ICT and human development
Ann Dumas
Producing Prod-users: Conditional Participation in a Web 2.0 Consumer Community
Anders Svensson, Tobias Olsson
Between Commercialism and Activism: Bringing up BG-Mamma
Maria Bakardjieva
The role of organizational structures in facilitating mediated participation. A theoretical investigation
Nico Carpentier
Aggregating and Sharing Student Media Production in Italy: The Case of U-station
Salvatore Scifo
Mapping the Territory: Online child safety and free speech advocacy
Alison Powell, Michael Hills, Vicki Nash
Young People, Privacy and Safety Online: Policy and Literacy Campaigns in Canada
Leslie Regan Shade
Children’s media use, their right of well-being, and media literacy in Korea
Eun-mee Kim
Digital democracy and electronic surveillance: the krathos of the power and the cyber panopticon
Helder Filipe Rocha Prior
Young activists online: The Political use of the Internet in the Portuguese context
Flavia Santos

Community Communication

Ethnic-based Community media: An obstacle to the national identification process?
Goretti Linda Nassanga
25 years of Alternative Communication experiences in the Basque Country
Txema Ramirez de la Piscina
Youth Media Studies and Social Movement Media: A Review of Blind Spots in the Literature
Lena Carla Palacios
Citizenry negotiation by means of radio in rural Nepal: consequences and challenges for poor and marginalised to become active citizens in a context of major socio-political changes
Jacob Thorsen
The virtual movement and on-line communities: a case study of T-Rex event in Taiwan
chuan yang hsu
Environmental Website Production: A Structuration Approach
Laura Stein
Neither private nor state: the idea of public as a communication system
Adilson Cabral
Web 2.0 and human rights strategies in multicultural Australia
Andrew Jakubowicz
A child of media policy? Guiding principles concerning Germany’s open channels in present and future.
Claudia Riesmeyer, Maria Loeblich
Participation in online creation communities: Participation as an eco-system? Openesf.net and Wikipedia case studies
Mayo Fuster Morell
Facing windmills with radio waves: The experience of the Espacio de Comunicación del Istmo
Claudia Magallanes-Blanco, Alfredo Atala-Layun, Daniela Parra-Hinojosa, Teresa Flores Solana
Alternative Media and Social Networking Sites: the Politics of Individuation and Political Participation.
Veronica Barassi, Natalie Fenton
Community Radios in Latin America: clientelism, citizenship, and democratization
Cristiano Aguiar Lopes
Educate, motivate, activate: Defining the news values of an alternative media journalist
Susan Forde
Regulating community television in Catalonia
Josep Àngel Guimera, Federica Alborch
Using Radio to communicate substance abuse information among rural Ntselamanzi community in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
OLUYINKA OLUDOLAPO OSUNKUNLE
Spain: an Information Society without community traditional media?
Laura Bergés Saura
Narrating Memories Contest: new media and citizenship
Lorena Tavares Lorena Tavares de Paula, Regina Helena Regina Helena Alves da Silva
Mail art community: a history of art and communication
FABIANE PIANOWSKI
Community Newspaper not for Community Members? -Case study: Australian Chinese Daily
Jack Liu
CITIZEN JOURNALISM: FREE COMMUNICATION OR NEW GLOBAL RISK?
Miroljub Radojkovic
Community media: democratizing democracy and fostering self-realization
Ricardo Fabrino Mendonça
Funding community radio broadcasting
Peter Lewis
Serve and Protect: The use of bottom-up online applications by civic groups
Eva Bognar
'Which Community?' Grocott's Mail and Various Publics of Grahamstown (South Africa)
Simwogerere Kyazze
Rethinking Community Media: A case-study of Slovenia
Mojca Plansak, Zala Volcic
Many Voices, Many Worlds
DeeDee Halleck
Regime change in Japan- A chance for citizens’ media?
Gabriele Hadl
Understanding News Commons
Dorothy Kidd
La comunicación de las comunidades indígenas andinas en la sociedad global
Eva María González
How the community media has evolved in Zambia
Mervin Sibbuyu Syafunko
Building indigenous autonomies from community radio in Mexico:
José Manuel Ramos-Rodriguez, Antoni Castells-Talens, Claudia Magallanes-Blanco
Viable alternatives and real innovation: youth media enterprises
Denise Meredyth, Aneta Podkalicka
Exploring the audience-producer relationship in Indigenous media
Michael Hugo Meadows
Perceptions, self-reflexivity and knowledge: Critical explorations of the media practices of contemporary social movement actors.
Alice Mattoni
Youth movements, modern digital media and practices of citizenship in Fortaleza’s inner-city (Brazil)
Denise Cogo, Daniel Barsi Lopes
The impacts of governance practices and knowledge on the participation of grassroots communities in community broadcasting
Peter James Bryant, Natalie Pozdeev
Hyperlocal journalism and social media. Challenges and perspectives
Catarina Lourenço Rodrigues
A Model of civil society empowerment through community radio
Anang Sujoko
Giving a voice: a community newspaper, media literacy and social actions in Taiwan
mineping sun
RESUBMITTING: Inserting Media Activism and Citizen Journalism into Local Urban Histories: The Case of Austin, Texas, 1969–2010
Dean Eric Graber
Community Connect: A Grassroots Public Media Project in North Dakota
Diana Iulia Nastasia, Sorin Nastasia, Lana Rakow, Yuliya Kartoshkina
Youth use of Internet-based Media for Social Movements:Analyzing the Effect of Official Blog Used in the Social Movement in Taiwan
Ming-Ying Lee
Social mobilization and communication policies of the third communication sector in Catalonia. The case of the decree on non-profit media in the Spanish and European context (2009-2010)
Luciana Fleischman, Nuria Reguero, Chiara Sáez
Legalizing Community Communication: Mexican Community Radios and their Struggle for Participation and Participative Regulation
Ulrike Klinger
News broadcasting, photography and its access by young: the search for the right to communication and information as extension and research practice in Juiz de Fora/Brazil
Iluska Maria da Silva Coutinho, Jorge Carlos Felz
Photography: How does it works?
Marco Charret Brandt
The role university play in the promotion of community communication: the Community Communication for Citizenship Research Group at University of Brasilia
Eliana Machado dos Santos, Fernando Oliveira Paulino, Marcelo Bizerril
Who's who in community and alternative communication in Venezuela
Maria Fernanda Madriz
En la ruta de la imaginación teórica: Reflexión sobre la comunicación alternativa en las relaciones norte-sur y en las tensiones pasado-presente
Alejandro Barranquero Carretero, Chiara Sáez Baeza
Citizenship and community media. New legislation: ¿new relationships?
Gabriel Kaplún
Community Radio: Encouraging Participation
Lawrie Hallett
Defining emancipatory communication practices
Stefania Milan
Internet and Community Radio
Andrew Ó Baoill

Emerging Scholars Network

The role of satellite TV channels as news sources in the lives of young people in Libya.
Mokhtar H Elareshi
Capitalizing the Information Society: A Comparative Approach to the Impact of FDI on Internet Access in Korea and Morocco
Aziz Douai, Sungwook Kim
Shark Lens: The Conventions and Implications of Wildlife Films about Sharks
Chaseten Remillard
An evaluation of the Canadian commercial radio licence renewal process (1997- 2007): Lessons from Canada
Geneviève A Bonin
A Memoryscape in Cyberspace: Memory Book, Vernacular History, and the Digital Black Public Sphere
Patricia G. Davis
The new empowered consumer: advertising in paradoxical times
Ana Duarte Melo, Helena Sousa
Participatory journalism – A chance for greater diversity in reporting?
Annika Sehl
“It’s not enough to turn it pink!” - Gendering the Mobile Phone in Portugal.
Carla Ganito
From Closed-Circuit to the Internet: The Development of Campus Radio Broadcasting in Canada
Brian Alexander Fauteux
Letters-to-the-editor in the Portuguese press: a mode of public communication and debate
Marisa Torres da Silva
Domestification of Obama --- Global Citizenship and Trans-border mediation
Chi Kit CHAN
Europe in the Media versus Europe in Children's Views: Differences and Similarities
Vera Yordanova Slavtcheva-Petkova
Voices of Protests: Social Justice Movements and Cyber-Activism in South Africa
Sarah Helen Chiumbu, Sarah Helen Chiumbu
The Swine Flu Media Pandemic. The social responsibility of Mexican news during the sanitary crisis.
Walys Becerril, Nelly Lucero Lara, Aimée Vega Montiel
The Radical Press in a Time of Opportunity: 1880-1914
Holly A Nazar
Internal and External Influences on the Use of Social Networking Sites in Thailand
Nuchada Dumrongsiri, Vikanda Pornsakulvanich
“How Independent was the Independent? A Historical Enquiry into Foundation-Sponsored Experimental and Independent Filmmaking”
Gracia Ramirez
“Fortunately, we don´t have to be afraid of more refugees!” - The influence of news coverage on the attitude towards foreign and security policy -
Marion Rahnke, Karin Stengel
Transnational Solidarity for Democratization of South Korea in the 1970s and 1980s: Information exchange networks beyond international borders
Misook LEE
Networking, Multi-platformity and Intermediality. Polish Media Convergence Strategies
Katarzyna Kopecka-Piech
Information Role > “Local Surveillance Role”? --Six significant event reports in Sing Tao Daily (2006 – 2008)
Jack Liu
Limits, Neutrality and Role Reversal in TV News Interview
Ana Isabel Melro, Helena Filipa Carvalho, Mariana Lameiras de Sousa, Vítor de Sousa
Second Life – An alternative social sphere
Catia Ferreira
How Al Jazeera English Reports Local Crises to the Global Citizen
Saba ElGhul-Bebawi
The emergence of a European imaginary and the need of a cosmopolitan outlook for journalism studies.
Wiebke Schoon
The Invisible Nomads of the Himalayas
Praveen K Chaudhry
The Politics of Mobility: Reconfiguring Citizenship in the Age of the Cellular Phone
Steven Doran
Can’t Buy Citizenship: An examination of young people’s response to online opportunities for civic engagement
Nora Ruth Addario Draper
Momentum, Movement, Mobilization: The Curious Case of New Media Technologies at COP15
Maggie MacAulay
Out of Conflict, Culture: Musical Forms of Resistance from the Black and Brown Atlantics
Faiza Hirji
E-waste: managing the dirt on globalized communications
Maria Jose M. Ferreira
Middle Class environmentalism: Indian media and activism
Somnath Batabyal
The crisis and its images
Maria Lucia de Paiva Jacobini
A “Popular” Communication Across National Borders: The Eurovision Song Contest
Altug Akin
Generacion Y: The Emerging Voice of Cuba
Katharine Reed Allen
Blogging down a dictatorship: Human rights, citizen journalists and the right to communicate in Zimbabwe
Last Moyo
Iran’s elections, international broadcasting, and the changing question of political legitimacy: Accountability after the politics of place?
Maximillian T. Hanska Ahy
Data Sustainability in the Digital Age: Digital Amnesia as an Artifact of the Nascent Digital Age
Edgar Peyronnin
Visual framing of immigrants as potential citizens: a comparative study of photojournalistic depictions in the Greek and Spanish press
Athanasia Batziou
An analysis regarding the network pattern of joint submitted bill in the national assembly standing committee : In the case of Committee on Broadcasting & Communications in South Korea
Hyunwoo Lee, Sungdong Cho
the importance of organizational communication to the spread and understanding of sustainabilty concept
Raquel Lobão Evangelista, Renata Suely de Freitas
Travelling Walls and the Transnational Native: New Developments of Resistance and Awareness in Transnational Film
Tanya Rawal
STRATEGIES OF UKRAINIAN POLITICAL IDENTITIES ON THE INTERNET: THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN 2010
Valentyna Dymytrova
Social Advertisig: pureness degrees
sara balonas
Five days that shook the world: Coverage of Bhutto's assassination by the world newspapers
Svetlana V Kulikova, Emily Metzgar, Steven Stuglin
Shaping Global Citizenship in the Risk Society: Al Jazeera English’s Cosmopolitan Outlook with Western Discourse
Xiaoxiao Zhang
Rethinking the Relevance of Postcolonialism in the Information Age: The Case of Blogosphere Discussions on Muslim Separatism in the Philippines
Cheryll Ruth Reyes Soriano
Rethinking Citizenship In A Globalized World: Lessons from India
Tabassum Khan
Narrating Global Politics: Social Imaginaries in European Journalism
Markus Ojala
Mapping social networks on a new communication ecosystem
Ines Albuquerque Amaral, Maria Helena Sousa
Exploring the meanings of recreational drug use – A comparative study of hegemonic meanings of drug addiction in Hong Kong TV documentaries and drug rehabilitation services
Wai Sing Tsen
Shifts in the Media Landscape and Implications for Citizenship
Santanu Chakrabarti
The Success Formula of Hollywood Remake on Asian Movies by Americanization – the case of Infernal Affairs to The Departed
Wai Sing Tsen
Postcards: tool for marketing and tourism promotion
Clarisse Monteiro Pessôa
Terrorism and Public Opinion: Rethinking the Role of Virtual Communities
Dana Janbek, Paola Prado
MARSHALL PLAN FILMS in TURKEY
iren dicle aytac
Participating citizens through the new media. Locally, to begin with
Marco Anderle
Journalism and Stereotypes in crisis situations: The Portuguese press reporting of the clash between Gipsy and African communities
Marina Chiari Mendes, Rui Novais
Young Immigrants in the Public Discourse: How French and Spanish Newspapers depict Latinos and Africans
Jessica Retis, Paola Garcia
“Twilight of Sovereignty?” Climate Change & the Nation State’s Triumph over Global Civil Society
Daphney Pernola Barr
'Rethinking Citizenship in a Globalized World: Lessons from the field'.
Akina Mikami
Memory, the media, and the building of a transnational student movement: the case of November 17
Lorenzo Zamponi
From Not Lost in Translation to No Need for Translation: An examination of Nigerian Muslim Audience of Al-Jazeera’s Arabic and English Channels
Abubakar Alhassan
Media, citizenship and the 'crisis of democracy': From political agent to shopper in the 'political supermarket'
Tapas Ray

Gender and Communication

Internalizing the Taboo: Israeli Women Respond to Commercials for Feminine Hygiene Products
Sigal Barak Brandes
Combat Cuties: The Visual Portrayal of Women Soldiers in Israel
Dorit Naaman, Eva Berger
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN JORNALISM: AN ANALISYS THE MEDIA AGENDA-SETTING
Sandra Raquew dos Santos Azevêdo
The professional acculturation process of the advertising employees: a response for the gender gap in the creative departments?
Alejandra Hernández, Marta Martín-Llaguno, Marina Beléndez
COMMUNICATION, CITIZENSHIP AND GENDER VIOLENCE: A CASE STUDY FOR ITS APPLICATION
Elena Bandres Goldaraz
Sex structure of occupations in the advertising industry: Where are the female ad practitioners?
natalia pueyo
Gender and Journalism Education in Australia: Equity, ethics and ignorance
Louise Caroline North
PROUD AND VISIBLE CITIZENSHIP: ISRAELI GAY & LESBIAN INTEGRATION WITHIN THE CIVIL CORE
Amit Kama
Personal narratives as media discourse: co-constructing gender norms in a women's page
Yow-Jiun Wang
“Feminism rules! Now where’s my swimsuit?”: Representing (post)feminism in British and American newspapers
Kaitlynn Mendes
Opportunities in Female Journalism – A Door, Still Only Ajar. A Case Study of Switzerland
Martina Leonarz
NATIONAL NEWSPAPERS: WOMEN PLACE IS NOT IN HEADLINES
Umi Lasminah
Female celebrities in women’s and men’s lifestyle magazines
Ana Jorge
From Image Realities to Social Realities: Unpacking Pleasure and Procreation in TV and Press Advertisements of Sanitary Napkins and Contraceptives in Bangladesh
Umme Busra Fateha Sultana
Purity: Breaking the Codes of Silence
Igal Mashiah
Beyond Access and representation: women, media and citizenship in Nigeria
Kate Azuka Omenugha, Walter C Ihejirika, Venatus Agbanu
The Portrayal of Women: Women’s vs. Men’s Magazines
Poorany D/O Rajaratnam, Hao Xiaoming
The reception of gender contents in the national evening news
Paula Lobo, Rosa Cabecinhas
A Bela e a Fera - Uma análise sobre os estereótipos femininos e os 50 anos de publicidade televisiva no Brasil e em Portugal.
Simone Freitas de Araújo Fernandes
A Study of Representations of Ageing in Anti-ageing Advertisements
Jen-Yi Chen
Girls in Crisis: Discourses of teenage models in Hong Kong media
Donna Chu
Gendered Portrayals of Older People in Japanese Television Commercials: Continuity or Change?
Michael Prieler, Florian Kohlbacher, Shigeru Hagiwara, Akie Arima
What's in a Whitish Skin? How 'Beauty' is Defined by the Bangladeshi Media
Umme Busra Fateha Sultana, Gitiara Nasreen
‘Gendered Screenagers?’ Quantifying teenage media consumption in Flanders, Belgium
Fien Adriaens, Elke Van Damme
An Analysis of Motherhood Represented in the Blogs
Ting-Yu Chen
Analysing how the media treat domestic violence against women nowadays, in light of style guides and promulgated action plans which are commonly accepted by the profession in Spain
Beatriz Martinez
Women and news media in global perspective: reflections on the Global Media Monitoring Project 2009
Claudia Padovani
AN OVERVIEW OF HOMOSEXUALITIES REPRESENTATION AT PROPAGANDA AND ADVERTISEMENT PROPAGATED ON BRAZILIAN TELEVISION IN THE PERIOD OF 1979-2008.
André Iribure Rodrigues
Post-feminism and the Undoing of Liberal Feminism: A Comparative Analysis of Editorials in Women’s and Men’s Magazines
Claudia Alvares
Myths of femininity in feminine and masculine magazines narratives
Carla Maria Baptista
Goddesses, Mothers and Others: Women politicians in India’s 2009 elections
Veena v Raman
The Construction of Femininity through the Body in Women’s and Men’s Magazines
Carla Cristina Vicente
Gender and Communication in the Nigerian Press: Challenges and Prospects
Hajara Sanda
The illusion of being best in the class - Nordic challenges of gender equality in the news
Vice-Chair: Maria Edström, Kristin Skare Orgeret, Turid Ovrebo, Tarja Savolainen
Colour sets that portray women in Portuguese lifestyle magazines Activa, Cosmopolitan, Máxima, FHM, Maxmen and Men´s Health.
Helena Catarina Elias
Female representations on the cover of newsmagazines
Carla Rodrigues Cardoso
Framing of Pakistani Muslim women in International media: Muslim feminist’s perspective
Bushra Hameedur Rahman
Images of aging:how media represents middle aged women
Maria Luiza Martins Mendonça
The voice of the common people: Representations of Gender and Health in the Israeli Communist Daily Newspaper Kol Ha’am 1937-1975
Sachlav Stoler-Liss
Public Dialogue and Policy Consultation: A Rights-based and Gender Equity Communication Strategy against HIV/AIDS in China
Lanyan Chen
Fanta-sizing Gender: What today’s Japanese TV ads tell us about men, women, love, sex (and more)
Todd Joseph Miles Holden
Mediated desire: masculinity in pornographic settings
Anja Maria Hirdman
Inclusions & Exclusions: Visual (Re)Presentations of Women in the Media and Visual Arts. Shared Identities.
Carlos Garrido Castellano
Sex-appeal in advertising: Does gender matter concerning reception and effects?
Susanne Merkle, Rebecca Preß
Visual Representation of Women in Politics: An Intercultural Perspective (based on Hillary Rodham Clinton, USA and Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine)
Nataliya Matamoros
Images of women – national leaders in the media of Russia and Sweden: Myths and Antimyths
Liudmila Voronova
"Saving Women:" Afghan Women in the News
Margaretha Geertsema
Latina girls in television
Angharad N. Valdivia, Christina Ceisel
"Offering Her Body to Heal the World": Making Sense of Salma Hayek’s Breastfeeding Campaign
Isabel Molina-Guzmán
Trafficking the Woman’s Body through Hegemanic Discourse: The Turkish and Kurdish media cases.
Incilay Cangoz, Sevda Alankus
Reaching for the “mature women” – The Brazilian AIDS prevention campaign focusing in women over 50 years old
Eugenia Cabral
Gendered Space: The Digital Divide Between Male and Female Users in Public Libraries in Austin, Texas
Laura Dixon
Internet Stimulus for Gender Equity in Media Use: Use and Content Preference Among Women Internet Users in India
Gita Bamezai, Prashant Kesharvani, Annupriya Roy, Babyrani Yumnam
Visibility of Women in Indian Magazines – A Revisit
Lakshmi Rekha Sasidharan
The Advertised Image of Women
Lakshmi R S, Rekha M Sasidharan
Boy-Flick: Gender Sideways in the Genre Highway (Alexander Payne's "Sideways" in the Age of Bromance
Dorian Lugo-Bertrán
A Textual Reading of the People’s Daily: How State Discourse on Women Changed in China, 1976-1979
Shi Li
Visions of Young Women's Economic Rights: a Participative Perspective to Active Citizenship
Jean Casey

History

Between two different traditions: the first Schools of Journalism in Spain (1926-1958)
Carlos Barrera
Archives ethnography – between the past and the present
Maria Cristina Castilho Costa
In the service of Empire: Reuters and the Australian press during World War 1
Peter Putnis, Kerry McCallum
Civic journalism as a challenge for the journalistic profession around 1900
Thomas Birkner
Communications for revolution:Iranian constitutional revolution
mohsen selseleh, hosseinali afkhami, ali mohhamadi
Hebrew journalists in European Empires: Control, Censorship and How They Bypassed It?
Gideon Kouts
THE PURSUIT OF THE IMPOSSIBLE: DICTATORSHIP AND OPENNESS THE DAILY NEWSPAPER YA DURING THE REGIME OF FRANCO.
Mercedes Montero, Luis Alberto Andía
‘Freedom of the press’: India and the Empire/Commonwealth Press Union, 1940-50
chandrika kaul
Communications Media and the Global Financial Crisis of 1873
Dwayne Roy Winseck
From Journalism Education to Media Education in Russia: Contemporary trends in historical context
Slavka Borissova Antonova, Richard Shafer
Jornal Pessoal: model release against- hegemonic in the Brazilian Amazon
Maria do Socorro Furtado Veloso, Aryovaldo Junior de Castro Azevedo, Maria Angela Pavan, Maria Erica de Oliveira Lima
Citizens’ Consciousness of Women: The Challenges of Thai Women and Thai Mass Media during the Era of Democratic Bloom (1973-1976)
Chanettee Tinnam
Radio Broadcasting in Portugal during World War II: Submitting to and Bypassing the Censorship
Nelson Costa Ribeiro
Foreign Press, Home Politics. The case of the Spanish Transition to Democracy (1975-1978)
Jaume Guillamet
From history to news: the process of times hierarchyzation in journalistic narratives in Brazil
Leticia Cantarela Matheus, Marialva Carlos Barbosa
Journalistic practices of ‘silent resistance’: Estonian journalists challenging the Soviet authorities
Epp Lauk, Tiiu Kreegipuu
A Short History of the History of Objectivity
Mark Winston Brewin
From journalists' press to great media groups' press: The reaction to Spanish political Transition
Marcos Sebastián Pérez
Portuguese Democracy and patterns of transformation in national newspapers
Helena Dias Lima
“Building political audiences during censorship times. A study about the Portuguese National Assembly during 1968-1974”
Carla Maria Baptista
Mobile Privatization and the Life and Death of Newspapers
Kevin Barnhurst, John Nerone
The Press Association’s 1926 Acquisition of Reuters: The involvement and implications for the Irish newspaper industry
James Thomas O'Donnell
A Study of the Foreign Influence on the Development of Journalism in Modern China
Tao Yang
Journalistic Autobiographies as Sources for Research on 'Closed Societies'
Jürgen Wilke
Anniversary journalism in Soviet Estonia: representation of Soviet calendar holidays in Soviet Estonian Press
Tiiu Kreegipuu
Televising the “Real” and “Fictional” Cuban Revolution, 1959-1960
Yeidy M Rivero
The Land: Stabilizing the soil with words and pictures
Sarah Augusta Lewison
The April 5th Movement: Birth of China’s Citizen Photojournalism and New Social Documentary Tradition
Shi Li
Substituting news for poetry – The Estado de São Paulo fight against censure in Brazilian dictators years
Eugenia Cabral, Paulo Júnior Pinheiro
Television News Agencies: The first three decades
Chris Paterson, Zuzana Zabkova
The Newsroom and Social Change: How the U.S. Journalism Review Movement of the 1960s and 1970s Reflected Societal Forces
Susan Keith
Propaganda and Communication Strategies During the 1938 Oil Expropriation in Mexico: Theory, Context and Contents
Migeul Angel Sanchez de Armas
Internet Histories: Technology, Media, and their Imaginaries
Gerard Michael Goggin
The Search for the Origins of the Concept of Public Opinion in Republican Experience of the Renaissance Venice
Juraj Kittler
An international public utility? The U.S. position toward the Marconi Company’s push for a world monopoly in the 1899-1912 period
Rita Zajacz
Electric or Musical? EMI and the Dream of a British Television World
Jock Given
Asian journalism’s radical heritage and authoritarian rule in Singapore
Cherian George
Journalism, Media, Communication, Sociocultural Studies….. Fifty years of an indetermined disciplinary research field in Mexico
Raul Fuentes-Navarro
Jornal Pessoal: model release against- hegemonic in the Brazilian Amazon
Maria do Socorro Furtado Veloso
Between popular and quality press: the Unique pattern of the popular newspapers in Israel
Yehiel Limor, Ines Gabel
Sujets abordés par les chercheurs d’institutions canadiennes dans articles publiés dans Canadian Journal of Communication et dans Communication de 1974 à 2005
Karla Margarita Ramirez
Towards a historical perspective on the development of online news and journalism: the case of Irish news-websites, 1994-2010
Anthony Joseph Cawley
Contested imaginings: Propaganda, political socialization and citizenship in Malaysia, 1957-1969
Cheong Soon Gan
The development of German press in former Czechoslovakia till the end of World War Two (with focus on the development between WW I and WW II)
Barbara Kopplova
Citzenship and freedom of expression: a comparative study of censorship in Brazilian theater, movie and TV, 1930-1970
Ferdinando Martins
Journalisme et régimes d'historicité
Nathalie Pignard-Cheynel, Arnaud Noblet
Changing forms of journalism over 50 years in Norway’s leading morning paper
Svennik Hoyer
The debate on NWICO and reflexions on ‘media and empire’.
MICHAEL PALMER
‘Four wives yesterday took part in one of the frankest talks ever broadcast by the BBC’: women’s voices on Woman’s Hour 1945-1955
Kristin Skoog
Postal art in the time of electronic media
Albertino Gonçalves, Maria da Luz Correia
POST-CRISIS TIMES: ARGENTINE FILMS WRITE HISTORY AND MEMORY
Susana Kaiser
The creative role of cliché in postcard's photography: critical reading of landscapes.
helena Pires, miguel bandeira
A historical analysis of the 40th anniversary of the Jornal Nacional, of the Globo TV Network
Itania Maria Mota Gomes
Postcards in the history of visual arts of the 20th century
Moisés Lemos Martins, José Bragança de Miranda
Portraits of culture: picture postcards’ role within a market of intangible assets
Maria Madalena Oliveira, Maria Marlene Pereira
The reconstruction of the memory through journalistic images – a case study in Portuguese media
Maria José Mata
The Reportage in Swedish Radio 1925 – 1931 in a Comparative Perspective
Peter Dahlén
Reconsidering the media system outsider as resource for journalism history: Radio Free Europe during the cold war
Susan D. Haas

International Communication

Roles, responsibilities and relationships: Perspectives on political communication in South Africa and Namibia
Herman Wasserman
Designing Computer Icons for International Use
Ronald Shook
Electronic Colonialism Theory: advertising's role
Thomas McPhail
Media cultures in Latin America: an analysis of the press and journalism identities for the public interest
Carolina Oliveira Matos
Citizenship construction in American, French and German online news media
Elisabeth Le
China’s Environmental Image in The Australian: Case Study of the Green Olympics
Li Ji, Naren Jayantha Chitty
Electronic Colonialism: Outsourcing as Discontent of Globalization
Abida Eijaz
Models of media encouragement in the developing world: How Cambodia offers an example and a warning.
Fergal Joseph Quinn
Construction of Fear: The New York Times Deliberation on the USA-Russia Nuclear Discourse
Olga Baysha, Andrew Calabrese
Global TV for Global Citizens: Independent television networks pioneering ‘Television without Borders’ – the case of LINK-TV.
Abhijit Sen
The impact of Internet pornography on sexual attitudes and behavior among college students in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan
Ven-hwei Lo, Ran Wei, Clement So, Guoliang Zhang
Internationalization of Internet Design
Sandra Braman
Trade, Freedom of Speech or the Olympics? The frames of coverage of the Peoples Republic of China in Czech and German newspapers?
Reimar Zeh, Jan Krecek
Press-State Relations: A Comparative Analysis of Euro-Mediterranean, United States and British Models
Guadalupe Aguado, Josep Maria Sanmartí Roset, Raúl Magallón Rosa
The Role of Tanzania’s Press in Development Policy Accountability: The Case of the Highly Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Initiative
Sujatha Sosale, Mansuetus Setonga
Struggling? Not Really: A Comparative Study of Newspaper Journalists’ Perspectives about Economic and Technological Changes
Hiroko Minami
“In the Service of the Filipino… Worldwide”: Philippine Citizenship as Mediated and Marketed by ABS-CBN
Fernando de la Cruz Paragas
THE WORLD, OUR HOUSE? The news selection process in foreign coverage: A study of the determinants of foreign news in the Flemish and Dutch press
Sarah Van Leuven, Karin Raeymaeckers, Annelore Deprez
The ASEAN press and the global financial crisis
Maria Zenaida Sarabia-Panol, Marianne D Sison
International Copyright, Middle Powers, and Multilateralism
Sara Bannerman
Media, Neoliberal Crisis and Populist Reason
Paula Chakravartty
NON-LINEAR RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MEDIA -DEVELOPMENT-SOCIAL CHANGE AND CITIZENSHIP: EXAMINING THE CONSTRAINTS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Matt Ebonye Mogekwu
"Becoming public": La Via Campesina and the transformative politics of framing
Alana Mann
Impartial to suffering? A preliminary analysis of the BBC's decision not to broadcast the 2009 Disasters Emergency Committee appeal in Gaza
Patrick M McCurdy
Communication management in information warfare: New opportunities and new threats for the defense of public interest in times of crisis
Evgeny Nikolaevich Pashentsev
The Global Imaginary: Citizenship in the Global Village
Jack Lule
TRANSMEDIA STORYTELLING ACROSS IBEROAMERICAN COUNTRIES
Guillermo Orozco Gómez, María Immacolata Vassallo de Lopes
Differences of Media Coverage on the Old Dynasty History between Korea and China, and its Ideological Conflict -A Semiotic Network Analysis on Media Coverage of the Northeast Project-
Seon-Gi Baek, Kang-Seok Kim, Byung-Ki Kho
Humanitarian frame in Spanish press coverage of Darfur crisis
José Carlos Sendín Gutiérrez, Rainer Rubira García
China’s National Image in International News Coverage of Opinion Polls
Xiaoming Hao, Ran Wei, Nainan Wen
FRAMING THE FIRST AND SECOND INTIFADA:A longitudinal and comparative frame analysis applied to the Flemish and Dutch press
Annelore Deprez, Karin Raeymaeckers
Dramatization of conflict coverage in German media. A case study
Karin Stengel, Ines Vogel
Attempts at Controlling the News Flow: Good News Wars
Gregory Simons
Notions of Connectivity across Media Platforms
Anne Kaun, Carina Guyard, Maria Kyriakidou, Jannie Möller-Hartley, Julie Uldam
How and why the global media debate disappeared from the international policy arena: A discourse theoretical analysis of international communication policies from the 1970s to the first decade of the new millennium
Veva Leye
New Media and Socio-Cultural Change – Towards World Citizenship
Andrzej Gwizdalski
Are “Glocalized” Advertisements Popular in China?----From the Perspective of Chinese Consumers
Hanyun HUANG
Framing Global Warming in local and global Press in Thailand
Teerada Chongkolrattanaporn, Naren Chitty
The Uses of “Democracy”: US Foreign Policy and Discourses about China in the Wall Street Journal, 1993-2008
Francis L. F. Lee, Chin-chuan Lee, Nina Luzhou Li
War Memorialization on YouTube: Video tributes to fallen US soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan
Kari Andén-Papadopoulos
Dreams on the screen: Hanoi migrants and Television
Duc Anh Do, Naren Chitty
The Orang Asli in a Globalising World
Zaheril Zainudin
Rich Dads, Poor Son: (Inter)National News Media Portrayal of Sean Goldman’s Brazilian Kidnapping and U.S. Recovery
Tania Cantrell Rosas-Moreno, Dustin Harp
Sobre conflicto y periodismo: la relación entre Colombia y Ecuador en periódicos latino-americanos
Angela Maria Zamin
Media Coverage of Herta Müller’s 2009 Nobel Prize in Literature. A Comparative Analysis on Romanian and German Print Press
Simona Stefanescu
Mapping Territory, Making Change: Ugandan Journalists Addressing HIV/AIDS
Jyotika Ramaprasad
The Prime Mover: Swedish Press Representations of the US from the Cold War to the ‘War on Terror’
Kristina Maj Riegert, Johan Hammarlund
Domestic Analysis in the Process of Transnational Communication - A Case Study of Subtitling Groups in China
Weizhen Lei, Li Shao
Can a journalist throw shoes? Global journalism and emotional engagement
Martin Hirst, Mervi Katriina Pantti
Communication, citizenship and the ‘right to memory’
Anna Marie Reading
Communication and development in Latin America: a place of conflict
Maria Lucia de Paiva Jacobini, Amálio Pinheiro
Becoming “Indian”: Media consumption among Indian young adults in Malaysia
Latiffah Pawanteh
Citizenship, Diversity and EU polity as seen by Turkish media professionals
Eylem Yanardagoglu
From NWICO to WSIS: Tensions in Participation
divina frau-meigs
Uniting global television flows research with contemporary content analyses of children’s television
Angharad N. Valdivia
International News Coverage by English Newspapers of Papua New Guinea: Testing newsflow concepts
Ameena Islam
Global Agenda and African Information Society: Tension of localizing 'universal norm' in nation-states
Tokunbo Ojo
Communication functions of the supranational institutions in the foreign policy of the EU.
Olga Polunina
The F-bloggers and transnational discourse
Elisabeth Eide
Role of press freedom in the repression-dissent dynamic in the post-Soviet states, 1992-2007
Svetlana V Kulikova
The meaning of “Obama” in Japan: Change of What?
Seongbin Hwang
Global flows, media and developing democracies: the Ghanaian case
Seyram Avle
Border Radio: Prospective Roles in strengthening the Relationship between Thailand and Myanmar
Weerapong Polnigongit
Turkish Television Series and Their Use as Political Agenda-Setter
Nezih Erol Orhon
Lithuania, the brand An examination of nation branding efforts in emerging nations-An examination of nation branding efforts in emerging nations
Ieva Vilimaviciute, Malte Carlos Hinrichsen
LA COMUNICACIÓN PARA EL DESARROLLO Y EL CAMBIO SOCIAL EN EL SISTEMA DE NACIONES UNIDAS
OLGA DEL RIO
El periodismo de paz. Hacia un paradigma alternativo para la cobertura responsable de los conflictos
María Isabel Hernández Sánchez
International communication and the rise of ‘Chindia’
Daya Thussu
Picturing the Copenhagen Climate Summit. National and Global Aspects in the International News Picture Circuit
Anna Roosvall
The Role of Media in the Consequences of Social Movement in China:
XIONG Zhuang
New Media and Cultural Citizenship. Exploring Modes of Participation and Disruptive Practices in Citizenship in Contemporary Global Society
Ayo Oyeleye
Theorizing Socialist Broadcasting: Importing the Roots Miniseries in Communist Hungary
Timothy Havens
Media in Crisis States: its potential role in Stabilisation
Gordon Adam, Emrys Schoemaker
NEW TECHNOLOGIES DEMOCRATIZE TV PROGRAMS: “NÓSOTROS” AND THE CITIZEN PARTICIPATION OF A GLOCAL CONTENT
Edson Capoano
DOES THE LEADER FRAME THE COUNTRY? PRESIDENT OBAMA AND THE NATION IMAGE OF THE USA
Athanassios N. Samaras
(Re) Building Haiti's Transnational Media
Sallie L Hughes, Leo Cesar Ferreira, Lilia Santiague
Information Communication Technologies, Journalism and Development in Africa
Yemisi Ogunleye
The Normative Television Family and the Naturalization of Political Ideologies
Santanu Chakrabarti

Journalism Research and Education

Same copy, different outlet: Wire services, journalism and the erosion from within
Jane Louise Johnston, Susan Forde
Organizational Improvisation, Professionalism, and Self-censorship: A case study of Phoenix TV's "Cultural Revolution"-related Programme "Oral History"
CHEN LU
Global Journalism 2.0
Herman Wasserman
Upstart and The Interview – two journalism education initiatives in Australia.
Lawrie Zion
Diversification of Journalism Education in Developing Countries:
Richard E Shafer
For a Socially Responsible Journalism: Poverty and Exclusion in Chilean Media
Victoria Uranga, Catalina Littin
Comparing Journalism Cultures in Latin America: The Case of Chile, Brazil and Mexico
Claudia Mellado, Sonia Moreira, María Elena Hernández
Children images in brazilian newspapers and magazines
Dulcilia Schroeder Buitoni
Photographic Narrative: Image and Citizenship
Fernando Tacca
Colour as social construction of reality: the visual journalism and the image culture
Luciano Guimarães
Journalistic Information and Artistic Design: Two points of view regarding São Paulo’s ‘New Postcard Image’: the Support Bridge
Cristine Bem Canto
Sourcing homelessness: How journalists use sources to frame homelessness
Barbara Schneider
Journalism and the Web-Stylo: The Emergence of the Audio Slideshow
Susan L. Jacobson
Quality and Literacy - Media Values and Public Value. Quality of Media Usage as a Currency of Trust in the Producer-Consumer Model
Thomas A. Bauer
The explosion of journalism schools in post-communist countries: the battle for the control of the cultural capital
Mihai Coman
Journalists and the internet: a longitudinal survey on how journalists adapt to new internet technology and applications
Guido Keel
Defining and Analyzing Journalism under the Terms of Hybridity
maja malik, amy schmitz weiss
Virtual Foreign Correspondence: A Qualitative Pilot Project of Internet-Based Multiple Self-Experiments with Undergraduate Journalism Students in Germany
Oliver Hahn, Tom Steller
European Trends in Journalism Education
georgios terzis
The Future of Journalism: Artificial Intelligence And Digital Identities
Noam Lemelshtrich Latar, David Nordfors
Journalism and framing: a socio-cognitive approach.
João Carlos Correia
Who’s the fittest for print? A look at the representation of common people in the news before and after Web 2.0.
Jeroen De Keyser, Karin Raeymaeckers
Teach communication ethics: improve the philosophical mind
Mónica Codina Blasco
Thinking about journalists’ professional identity and changes in social worlds: a study on Brazilian “intellectual-journalists”
Fábio Henrique Pereira
University and the media in Spain. Recruitment criteria and job opportunities in a sector in crisis
Josep Lluís Micó, Masip Pere
Mobile Devices and Digital Content: a New Model for Journalism and Citizenship?
David Parra, Patrícia Dias
Mass Media and Modern Conflict: the Precarious Balance of Public Interest and a Good Story
Greg simons
Examining the Linkage Between Journalistic Performance and Citizen Assessments of Media
Lee Bernard Becker, Tudor Vlad, Cynthia English
TJUFRJ: Learning to practice and to think about journalism
Beatriz Becker, Lara Mateus
The Australian Asbestos Network – how journalism can address a public health disaster
Gail Ann Phillips, Mia Kersti Maria Lindgren
Journalism: the next generation. How digital natives use the news media to rediefine journalism and news
Andrew Michael Duffy
ELECTRONIC APPROACH TO TEACHING JOURNALISM: A PEDAGOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Manisha P Pandey
OUT OF THEIR COMFORT ZONE: How travel-writing journalism students represent foreign countries for a home audience
Andrew Michael Duffy
Mapping the hyperlinked environment of online news: issues and challenges
Juliette De Maeyer
Comments in News, Democracy Booster or Journalistic Nightmare: Assessing the Quality and Dynamics of Citizen Debates in Catalan Online Newspapers
Pere Masip, Javier Díaz Noci, David Domingo, Josep Lluís Micó, Carles Ruiz
Guarding the Floodgates: Ethical and Legal Issues in Participatory Online Journalism
Jane B. Singer, Ari A. Heinonen, David Domingo, Alfred Hermida, Steve Paulussen, Thorsten Quandt, Zvi Reich, Marina Vujnovic
Journalist as Participant vs. Journalist as Observer: The Changing Role in Contemporary Chinese Media
Yang Chen
Plurality, socialization and dialogue: an interpretation of the theory of human development professional education in journalists’ professional education
Enio Moraes Junior
The ethos of freelance journalists and information work
Martina Ladendorf
Innovations in media self-regulation and accountability: First findings of a comparative international study
Tobias Eberwein, Tanja Leppik-Bork, Julia Lönnendonker
Domesticating international news in China – a case study of Beijing Youth Daily
Shixin Ivy Zhang
Sourcing Practices: Stability in the Midst of Change
Zvi Reich, Alex Nirenburg
The rise and fall of newsroom councils in Portugal
Joaquim Fidalgo
Requested journalistic competences in Europe
Vinzenz Wyss, Carmen Koch
Models of media encouragement in the developing world: How Cambodia offers an example and a warning.
Fergal Joseph Quinn
Cellphones: news for everybody everywhere
Antonio Fidalgo, João Canavilhas, Anabela Gradim
The Discursive and Social Paradigm of Al-Jazeera English
leon Yousif Barkho
How to educate innovation journalists? Experiences of the innovation journalism education in Finland 2004–2010
Turo Uskali, Maria Lassila-Merisalo
Journalism and Citizenship: the daily violence of the incomprehensive discourses
Dimas Antônio Künsch
Coverage patterns of Korean media on the ‘Candle light movement and their political and ideological meanings - A Semiotic Network Analysis on media coverage -
Seon-Gi Baek, Eun-Jung Baeck, Hae-Young Hwang
The skills of journalism: some results from a six-nation comparative project
Henrik Ornebring
Citizen´s Agenda: Journalism and civic participation in the Portuguese regional media
António José Rosas, João Carlos Ferreira Correia
Online newspapers in Botswana: Exploring audience attitude and impact on professional practice
William Lesitaokana, Eno Akpabio
Journalism and journalism education in Brazil: what changes with the end of the mandatory degree requirement
Cláudia Lago, Richard Romancini, Marcia Benetti Machado
Social Media and Participatory Journalism: A New Model for Journalism Education?
Bernardo H. Motta
Elite British Press Discourses on Tiananmen as a News Icon
Chin-Chuan Lee, Francis Lap Fung Lee, Charles Man
Press comment on the Lisbon referenda in Ireland.
Nora French
The Chinese Peasants in the Process of Economic Reform: An Analysis of New York Time’s Editorials and Opinion Columns, 1981-2008
Francis L. F. Lee, Chin-chuan Lee, Nina Li
Triggers of journalistic coverage: How Europe gets into European newspapers
Michael Brüggemann
The contemporary status of Czech journalists: the spokespersons´ view
Jan Jirak, Barbara Kopplova
University degrees on Communication and Journalism: Convergence, specificity and scientific innovation
Anibal Augusto Alves
Working conditions and job satisfaction among Flemish professional journalists
Pieter Ugille, Annelore Deprez
Citizens as Media Critics in Changing Mediascapes
Torbjörn von Krogh, Kristoffer Anselm, Linus Holt
Criticism of the Police in the News
Ester Pollack
Mobile Youth and Mobile News: The Future of Journalism?
Xiaoge Xu
Harnessing Citizen Voices:Managing User-Generated Content as a Strategic Element of News Competition
Cheryl Ann Hollifield
Obama on the Cover
Carla Rodrigues Cardoso
Infotainment trends in contemporary TV news: comparing methodological approaches
Belen Monclus, Miguel Vicente
Teaching journalism in the Arab world; Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC) as a case study
Abdulmonam Mansoor Al-Hasani, Abdullah Khamis Al-Kindi
Events and homophobia: agenda setting, newsworthiness and framing
Elton Antunes, Paulo Bernardo Vaz
A non conventional way to teach journalism: research and practice in reporting Science in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon
Jimena Felipe Beltrão
Observation And Measurement Of Visual Attention And Acquisition Of Information In The Users Of Portuguese Electronic Newspapers
Galvão Meirinhos, José Belo
Hacia una idea poscolonial de periodismo, towards a postcolonial idea of journalism
Rodrigo Araya
Reporting on HIV/AIDS from within a Cross-Cultural Educational Classroom
James David Kelly, Wilbhredian Okumu-Bigambo
Covering Copenhagen: Lessons from a Transnational Study of Journalism
Risto Kunelius, Elisabeth Eide, Ibrahim Saleh, Anna Roosvall, Billy Savorno, Daniel Hermann, Oliver Hahn, Ville Kumpu
Online News Diffusion and the Evolving Dynamics of Public Opinion
Kyung mo Kim, Young-ho Im, Yeran Kim, Eun-mee Kim
Reflections on the Quality of Journalism. Online News Production and the Role of Journalists Today
Thais de Mendonça Jorge
Innovation Journalism in Silicon Valley
Kirsten Pia Borkfelt Mogensen, David Nordfors
Interculturalismo e paz: um diálogo traçado por meio da fotografia
Alexandre Huady Torres Guimaraes, Manoel Roberto Nascimento de Lima, Luiz Gonzaga Meirelles Brandão
BBC Newsroom Convergence, Online Journalism and Citizenship during the 2005 and 2010 UK General Elections
Einar Thorsen
The Evolution of a Journalism Reform Programme: The Lessons of International Innovation Journalism Initiatives 2004–2010
David Nordfors, Turo Uskali, Additional Authors
Online Alternative Media: A Dual Way to Select, Produce and Share News——A case of Anti-CNN
Leshuo Dong
Shift in Journalism Education: the best ways to learn journalism?
Kadri Ugur
Collective intelligence or collective stupidity? The role of crowdsourcing in contemporary journalism.
Agnieszka Zwiefka-Chwalek
Photojournalism and Participatory Photography
Kathrin Schmieder
Digital Journalism Education: a comparative study on the Brazilian scenario
Elizabeth Saad Corrêa
The mass media and Journalism Education situations in Central Asia
Bakhitbay Nurlibaevich Paluanov
Preparing Journalism students to cover stories involving vulnerable groups within society.
Kerry Philip Green, Steven John Tanner
News from the other side: An analysis of the non-mainstream news websites in Turkey
Burak Dogu
Studying journalistic role conceptions and content cross-nationally. How wide is the gap between theory and practice?
Arjen van Dalen
Implementing the ideal of participatory news making into newsroom practices
Jaana Kristiina Hujanen
The peril of ‘paid’ news in the world’s largest democracy
Daya Thussu
Journalism training in post-war Kosovo: Local evaluation of international media support
Kenneth Andresen
Communication in transition society: the power of alternative journalism
Verica Rupar
Why should worlds collide? The newsroom and the challenges of a new online venture (the case of the Portuguese newspaper “Jornal de Notícias”)
Luis Antonio Santos, Manuel Pinto
Journalists´ opinions on reader-created content in online newspapers
Ulrika Andersson
Comparing Readers of Paid, Free and Online Newspapers: Demographics, Reading Habits and Evaluation of Different Newspaper Types
Clement York Kee So
Mapping Journalistic Professionalism in a Crisis: The Case of Sichuan Earthquake Reporting
Alice Y. L. Lee, Clement York Kee So
Journalism and Experience: On the Epistemological Horizons of Language in the Narrative of Literary Journalism
Cicelia Pincer Batista
Use of the Internet by journalists in Brazilian newsrooms: Perceptions of “e-readiness” and its effects on journalism values
Heloiza Golbspan Herscovitz
Journalism Training in a Violent Environment: A Latin American Perspective
Yennué Zárate
Criticism of the Police in the News
Ester Edla Pollack, Sigurd Allern
Journalism as a Science
Andrey Korotkov

Law

Pluralism Protection and Regulatory Authorities in Five European Union Countries and the United States of America
Nuria Almiron, Roberto Suárez, Carles Llorens, Ana I. Segovia, Juan José Bas
Legal and Political Peculiarities of the Development of Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting in Russia
Andrei Richter
Press freedom in the digital era: online watchdogs put to the chain?
Evi Werkers
Transparency and Freedom of Information in the Muslim World
Muhammad Ali Shaikh
Exceptional States? The Press and the “War on Terror”
Colleen Mihal
Anti-Terrorism and the Globalization of Communication Law
Sandra Braman
Professional Journalism and Media Freedom under the State of Emergency in the South Asian Nations
Mohammad Sahid Ullah, Mohammad Sahid Ullah
Media Policy Dynamics in Morocco's Democratic Transition
Bouziane Zaid
Untold Stories: Citizen Journalism in Algeria
Massip Farid Ikken
Old British Rules, Modern Israeli Implementation:The case of the Military Censorship in Israel
Yehiel Limor, Hillel Nossek
On Trial: Effects of Media Reports on Judges and Prosecutors
Hans Mathias Kepplinger, Thomas Zerback
Public interest, journalism and defamation law
Rhonda Alain Breit
Two dogmas of liberalism
jens cavallin
“Self-regulation”, “co-regulation” or rebirth of “command and control”? In search for a model of media regulation in Poland
Michal Bartosz Glowacki
National Broadband Planning, Market Liberalism and Content Provision: Regulatory Reforms for Citizenship?
Tim Dwyer
To regulate or not? Content management on high definition television
Andrew T Kenyon, Julian Thomas, Jason Bosland
Online information revelation and privacy. Moving from opt-out to opt-in?
Chris Vleugels, Griet Verhenneman, Stijn Bannier
The Mexican audiences’ human right to communicate
Walys Becerril Martínez
The Establishment of Religious and Private (Commercial) Radio Stations in Malawi: Broadcasting in a Deregulated but Political Media Landscape
Murendehle Mulheva Juwayeyi
Giving Voice to Minorities: The Crossover between Individual and Collective Aspects of Image Rights in Mass Media
Brisa Ferrao
‘Reporter fired for plagiarism’: A Forensic Linguistic Analysis of News Plagiarism
Rui Sousa-Silva, Tim Grant
The efficiency of passive self-regulation to protect individuals’ rights
Halliki Harro Loit
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER?: THE BIRTH OF SPANISH AUDIOVISUAL REGULATOR
Ricardo Carniel Bugs
The right of reply and the necessity of adequate regulation
João Múcio Amado Mendes, Caio Cezar Maia de Oliveira, Carolina Falleiros, Brisa Ferrão
The role of women in indigenous conflict resolution among the Issa and Gurgura of Somali
Bamlaku Tadesse

Media and Sport

Football journalism as an interpretive community constructing cultural identity among supporters
Thore Roksvold
Must-offer obligations: not all football equally ‘premium’
Robin Kerremans, Katrien Lefever
“Live your passion”: the choice of Rio de Janeiro to host the XXXI Olympic Games and the covers of newspapers in Brazil, USA, Spain and Japan
José Carlos Marques
The Revival of the Obradoiro. The decisive influence of the medias: the paper of the TVG.
José Octavio Rodríguez Nieto
Fans, new media and expressions of Islam in Norwegian football
Roy Krøvel
The 1930 Soccer World Cup: Uruguayan Press, nationalism and the “spectacular construction” of the event
Ronaldo George Helal, Alvaro Graça Cabo
Brothers in arms? Portuguese and Brazilian news coverage of the 2010 World Cup draw
Rui Alexandre Novais, Tatiane Hilgemberg Figueiredo
Media and Indian Sports
Leo Gertrude David, VijayKumar Vijaykumar
Creation of digital communities in the sports media in Spain. The case of marca.com, as.com and acb.com
Carlos Toural Bran
Brazilian National Team S/A: Football, Media, Public and Private
Ary José Rocco
Television, Football and the Crisis of Commercial TV. A comparative analysis of five countries
Lothar Mikos
From hero to citizen: the representations of Ronaldo in Brazilian newsmagazine Veja
Paulo Bernardo Vaz, Renné Oliveira França
Citizen Sport? Television, Sport and National Events in the UK
Raymond Boyle
Conveying tragedy in sports: The visual coverage of the suicide of Robert Enke
Ognyan A. Seizov, Marion G. Mueller, Florian Wiencek
Different patterns of covering the 2009 World Baseball Classic between Korean media and Japanese media, and their international conflicts - A Semiotic Network Analysis on the media coverage –
Seon-Gi Baek, Keum-Ah Lee
Carew, Riise and the search for national glory - Football nationalism in the Norwegian Blogos
Andreas Ytterstad
Identifying heroes in the sport pages: climbing Mount Olympus with Belgian cyclist Tom Boonen
Tim Hoebeke, Annelore Deprez, Karin Raeymaeckers
Femininity and Football: A Study of Gender Identities in Football Forums
Deirdre Hynes
Duelling Citizenships? 21st Century Media Sport
David Rowe
Cup of Hope: Narrating the Identity of the Arab Minority in a Jewish State Through football
lea Mandelzis, alina bernstein
SOCCER: ART OR BUSINESS? - Understanding Sport Club Internacional Challenges Toward Becoming a Club-Company
Jose Coelho de Andrade Albino, Alexandre de Padua Carrieri, Ana Luisa Castro Almeida, Diego Figueiredo, Frederico Heitmann Saraiva, Frederico Luiz Ribeiro Silva Barros
Sport media and mainstream media in the process of integration
Raúl Martínez Corcuera
The reception of soccer-screen television in the commercial spaces changes: in the media and social practices.
Hugo Raymundo Garcia Diaz
THE MEANING OF INNOVATIONS IN 3D SPORTS BROADCASTING PRODUCTION
Joaquin Marin Montin
Japanese Major Leaguer Ichiro and Matsui as National Pride: Japanese National Identity and America
Seongbin Hwang
Olympic Games Rio 2016 Campaign for the Host City: studies on the sport legacy image on media coverage
ANDERSON CAMPOS GURGEL
History of the Portuguese Newspaper Sport Press
Francisco Pinheiro
The New Media and Hooliganism: Constructing Media Identities.
Aage Radmann
When the Gold Came Home. Football, Press Coverage and the Reconstruction of Local Identities
Peter Dahlén
Hello Boys! Top Women Tennis Players Play to the (Male) Crowd on their Websites
Alex Rotas

Media Education Research

Teaching (with) Alternative Media
Kevin Howley
Educational Use of Media in traditional schools of the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro: If season in Education
gisela pascale de camargo leite
Perspectives on ‘ethics’ in media: pedagogy Vs industry
Nagamallika Gudipaty
Strong and weak points of Media Literacy in the Basque Country. Results of a qualitative investigation done in the School Community
Txema Ramirez de la Piscina, Amaia Andrieu, Jose Inazio Basterretxea, Jose Vicente Idoyaga, Estefania Jimenez
Internet & Governance in Coercive Societies of (MENA)
Dr. Ibrahim Mostafa Saleh
A pedagogy of inquiry: Toward student-centered media education
Donna Chu
Communication, Education and Citizenship: an analysis of the film “The Class”
Denize Correa Araujo
Media education: a research about the communicative-educative tensions in teacher’s professional practices.
Adilson Odair Citelli, Adilson Odair Citelli
Using newspapers as an historical resource for teaching history in primary school
Maria Glória Santos Solé
The cognitive assimilation of the children about the stereotypes represented in the cartoons
Mª Esther Del Moral, Lourdes Villalustre, Maria del Rosario Nerea
Raise your hands or hands-on? The meaning and implications of interactive technologies for educational processes
Lien Mostmans, Stijn Bannier, Chris Vleugels
"Playing on Scratch with the "Friends that came from afar": process of the co-creation with children in the Kindergarten "
Salomé Valente Gordinho, Maria da Conceição de Oliveira Lopes
“Scratch’ando com o sapo” Guardians: designing the mediators for play-work-study for kids.sapo.pt
ana miriam duarte reis da silva, maria da conceição de oliveira lopes
School as a mixed media environment
Reijo Kupiainen
Crisis and change in the advertising industry: new areas of professional expertise as challenges for higher education
José Fernández Cavia, Aurembiaix Puigpinós Serra
Videoconference Technologies in the Portuguese Public Higher Education: Best Practises and Trends
Samuel Frazão Martins, Lídia Oliveira
“Scratch’ando com o sapo”, a communication and ludicity strategy for education: the co-construction of tutorials for kids.sapo.pt.
Maria Conceição Lopes, Hélder Caixinha, Raquel Canais, Joaquim Santos
Title Field communication/education and consumption: elementary relations of citizenship
Maria Aparecida Baccega
Comunication-ludicity-learning strategies in primary school children using “Scratch’ando com o sapo”
Joaquim Santos, Raquel Canais, Maria Conceição Lopes, Ana Patrícia Oliveira
Cyberbullying: characteristics, causes and effects
Nayla Fawzi
Distance Education in Brazil: new media and citizenship
Lorena Tavares Lorena Tavares de Paula
Critical reading and writing of new media signification
Tropea Fabio
Being connected: Digital leisure and social relationships.
Laura Isabel Rojas De Francisco
A NEW MODEL FOR MEASURING THE MEDIA LITERACY SKILLS, THE EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
José Manuel Pérez-Tornero, María Oralia Paredes-Sánchez, Santiago Giraldo-Luque, Nùria Simelio
The Implementation of a Media Literacy Curriculum in the Public Schools in the USA:
Belinha Santos De Abreu
INDICATORS FOR ASSESSING THE CRITICAL UNDERSTANDING OF MEDIA, IN THE EUROPEAN MODEL OF MEDIA LITERACY
José Manuel Pérez-Tornero, María Oralia Paredes-Sánchez, Santiago Giraldo-Luque, Nùria Fernández
TRENDS OF MEDIA LITERACY IN EUROPE: BETWEEN DIGITAL COMPETENCES AND CRITICAL UNDERSTANDING
José Manuel Pérez-Tornero, María Oralia Paredes-Sánchez, Glòria Baena, Laura Rojas de Francisco, Santiago Tejedor
Civic and Political Participation through the Media: an European panorama
Ana Bela Ribeiro, Cristina Ponte, Isabel Menezes
"Media Jam" as Practice of Media Literacy Education
Cheng-yu LIN
Taking New Media Literacies Global: How Identity Theory Can Inform New Media Literacy Across Cultures
Hans Ibold
Communication, Pedagogy and Social Inclusion: relations between the movie O contador de histórias and the book A arte de construir cidadãos.
Denise Azevedo Duarte Guimarães
Teaching Side-by-Side Educators, Students, Journalists and NGOs to Report on Social Issues
Jyotika Ramaprasad, James D. Kelly
Reading, analysing, creating advertising – a media education project with young people at school
Maria José Barbosa, Cândida Pinto, Sara Pereira
Proposals of educommunication approved at I Confecom: giving a chance for the audiences
Rosa Maria Cardoso Dalla Costa
Fanfiction and webnovelas: the digital reading and writing of Brazilian adolescents
Ilana Eleá
Youngsters and the Internet: Dealing with opportunities and risks
Ana Francisca Monteiro, António J. Osório
Reliability vs. Authority - Difficulties Within Practices of Credibility Assessment of Information by Highschool Students and Teachers in Austria
Axel Maireder, Manuel Nagl
Multimedia, interactivity and hypertextuality on online learning
Joana Casteleiro
Interactive Media Literacies: Tell – Show – Do
Nelson Zagalo, Ana Boa-Ventura
Older girls profit more from educational science films – Results of a survey in class rooms of secondary schools –
Barbara Wolf, Susanne von Jan-Singh, Paul Pechan
Media Education in school curriculum in India: formation of future citizens or media professionals? (A case study of Media Education Syllabus of National Council of Education, Research and Training (NCERT) of India)
Hemant JOSHI
Communication as stimulus to citizenship: a comparative study of experiences in Brazil and in Portugal
Paulo Júnior Silva Pinheiro, Tarciana de Queiroz Mendes Campos
Identification of traces of complexity and biology of cognition and love in upbringing/acting of teacher/tutor in distance education: approaches between Morin and Maturana.
Valéria Pinto Freire, Ronaldo Nunes Linhares, Ronaldo Nunes Linhares
The use of digital TV in education: the possibilities of collaborative learning networks
Simone Lucena Ferreira
Conceptualizing a New Approach of News Literacy:Cultivation of Positive and Constructive Citizenship
Alice Y. L. Lee
University Education and teaching of Advertising: Using interdisciplinary projects as a way to bring a complex perspective to academic community
José Maurício C M Silva, Vanise de Barros Mellaci, Paula Renata de Jesus Camargo
The film elicitation as a teaching tool in Information and Communication Sciences
Nayra Vacaflor, Marie-Julie Catoir
A reverse perspective: Putting practice into theory
Andrew David, Deborah Wilson

Mediated Communication Public Opinion and Society

Empowering citizenship in the computer-mediated public sphere
Diana Elena Popa
Celebrification in Philippine Politics: Predicting Voting Behavior Through Parasocial Interaction with Candidate's Celebrity Endorsers
Dave De Guzman Centeno
Producing citizenship: Local media and leading journalists in Monterrey, Mexico
Lorena Frankenberg
UB40 save The Rainbow Online: Mediating Popular Music as Local Culture and Citizenship in the Digital Age
Andrew Mark Dubber, Jeremy Collins
Title:- Role of Soap-operas in changing the Perspective of Metro women.
Neeraj Khattri
Talking about homelessness: Public opinion, citizenship, and social inclusion
Barbara Schneider, Chaseten Remillard
The Paradise is a double click away: an investigation applied to the records "left" by YouTube Internet users
Maria Inácia D´Ávila Neto, Marie Louise Trindade Conilh de Beyssac, Gabriel Sena Jardim
Mobiles and the reshaping of family ties
Antonio Fidalgo, Anabela Gradim
THE IMAGE OF EATING DISORDERS ON THE SPANISH PRESS: GOVERNMENTAL POLICIES AGAINST THE CELEBRITIES POWER
Mònika Jiménez, Jordi Xifra
Politics, technology and the media: the originality of WalterBenjamin
João Carlos Correia
The saturnal and eternal presence of Walter Benjamin
Ieda Tucherman
Climate Change Risks and the Mass Media: A Theoretical Conceptualization
Markus Rhomberg
Mobile Family Frames: From the table album to the mobile phone
Carla Ganito, Catia Ferreira
Opinion formation by climate change movies
Inês Crespo, Ângela Pereira
Media on social problems: setting agendas, representing voices, providing discussion?
Elena Koltsova
RESEARCHING ON THE WRITTEN PRESS, A REFERENCE ON THE ELECTORAL BEHAVIOUR
Carmen Patricia Andrade
PRESENTATION OF AN ANALYSIS SYSTEM OF LOCAL BLOGS
FRANCISCO CAMPOS FREIRE, ANA MARÍA LÓPEZ CEPEDA, MANUEL GAGO MARIÑO
Media representations of natural disasters and the role of affect in the public sphere
Susan Margery Yell
Understanding Public Opinion: Theoretical Challenges in Spiral of Silence Research
Thomas Roessing
Europe's Visibility in Children's Eyes: Only through their Parents' Media Lenses?
Vera Yordanova Slavtcheva-Petkova
Social movements, alternative media and the counter-public sphere
Emiliano Trerè
"The Work of Art-Image in the Age of Electronic Transnational Reproduction":
MIRI GAL-EZER
Social Change through the Internet:Evaluating Networked Mobility in Urban China via the Social Web
Cheng-Nan Hou, Tzung-Je Tsai
Citizen participation within the context of Intercultural Communication: Do the youth have answers?
Paul Schutte
Media, creativity and multiculturalism at the Centro Cultural Cartola-Mangueira/RJ
Cibele Mariano Vaz, Regina Gloria Nunes Andrade, ANDREYA MENDES NAVARRO
Citizen participation within the context of Intercultural Communication: Does the youth have an answer?
Paul Schutte
Near the reach of children: The role of characters in advertisements for cleaning products.
carla daniela rabelo rodrigues
Internet Communication Motives and Internet Affinity: The Study in Thailand
Vikanda Pornsakulvanich
Media coverage on the ‘Mad Cow Disease’ and its ideological conflicts in Korean Society - A Semiotic Network Analysis on the media coverage -
Seon-Gi Baek, Jae-Su Yoo
Searching as Social Protest: the Study of “Human Flesh Search” in China
Yang Fan
Hierarchical Attitude and Mediated Communication -- the Micro-translation of Globalization in China
Fen Lin, Chin-Chuan Lee
Spain in the Europe of the elderly. Its construction in the Spanish press journalistic reference.
Isabel Febreiro Leal
Media configuration and construction of collective memory
ISABEL BABO LANÇA
The Problem of Measuring Social Distance as an Influence Factor on the Third-Person Effect
Thorsten Naab, Gregor Daschmann
Notions of Mediated Connectivity - Critical Media Connectors vs. Critical Media Disconnectors
Anne Kaun
Citizen perceptions and media agenda in the
José Antonio Meyer Rodríguez, Miguel Ángel González Sánchez de Armas
The rise of celebrities in the age of mediatization: the role of experience
Paula Guimarães Simões, Vera Regina Veiga França
Communicative Action and new publics. On the relevance of current theories of the public sphere for emerging media.
Cornelia Wallner, Marian Adolf
TV Political Discussion Program as an Information System: A Luhmannian Perspective
Shih-che Tang
Walter Benjamin: changing culture and society in the context of the change of media.
Friedrich Krotz
Media and Popular Belief Systems: Race for TRP and its Impact on People of Karnataka
Vahini Aravind
The transition in American campaigns
German Espino Sanchez
PUBLIC OPINION AS A NETCLUSTERING
Marco Toledo Bastos
News and Center-Periphery Relationship: Pernambuco on Brazilian’s Media
Helena Castro de Alencar
The influence of Using SNS on Social Mobility of "Ant Tribe"
Yunxia Pang
Mediatization and the Cultural Capital of the Family
Chava Tidhar
The orthographic (des)agreement and the imperial neurosis: the “Brazilian Agreement” and the Portuguese identity threat
Michelly Santos Carvalho, Rosa Cabecinhas
Self portraiture: Camwhores, Privacy and Punishment.
Luis Hernandez Galvan
“The times they are a changing”: emergence of new media and evanescence of the habermasian public sphere
José Belo, José Rei
Online Cosmopolitanism or Self-Affirming Narcissism? Online engagement with public broadcasting and cultural diversity
Georgie McClean
Mediating Emerging Climate Regime
Adrianne Russell, Peixi Xu, Dmitry Yagodin, Hillel Nossek, Risto Kunelius
Mediated play contexts
Luisa Peixoto Magalhães
The role of new media in promoting citizenship in Egypt
inas mohamed abou youssef
Producing culture, empowering citizenship: interrogating the role of the digital media artist as a catalyst for social change
Trish Morgan, Paschal Preston
Communicating in the Age of Online Participatory Media: Benjaminian Reflections on Computer-Mediated Communication and the Digitalization of the Public Space
Omar V. Rosas
Media practices of anti-globalization activists. The exemple of a Local Committee of ATTAC.
Irma Ramos
COMMUNICATION, CITY AND TOURISM: A STUDY ON THE REPRESENTATIONS OF VIOLENCE TO TOURISTS IN SPECIAL EVENTS IN RIO DE JANEIRO
Ricardo Ferreira Freitas
Media influences and effects on experiences of uncertainty and fear in urban public spaces
Gabriella Sandstig
The contribution of the Portuguese press to the shaping of the Public Opinion concerning a fracturing issue: the same-sex marriage
Halia Costa Santos
How undergraduate students describe their homeland: the Internet’s agenda setting effect in China
Shengqing Liao, Yang Jing, Shuai Zhang
Public sphere practices: An analysis of mediated communication of late-night talk shows of Pakistan TV channels
Hina ---- Ayaz
Building an integrated model to examine how intrapersonal communication, interpersonal communication, and mass communication create pluralistic ignorance
Stella C Chia
TOWN SQUARES’ DYNAMICS FROM THE VIRTUAL BIRD’S EYE VIEW: GOOGLE EARTH AND THE TAKSIM SQUARE
Didem Ozkul
The Illusion of the European Public Sphere: British Political Actors and their Perception of Citizens’ Political Participation in EU Politics
Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Iñaki Garcia-Blanco
Media & Violence in Mexico: a discourse-analysis perspective
Manuel Alejandro Guerrero, Monica Luengas
Mediated Collective Memories of the Political Transition in Spain
Bruno Carriço Reis, Víctor Sampedro Blanco, Fabrizio Ceglia, José Manuel Sánchez Duarte
Relationship between Entertainment Television and Citizenship: Analysis of the potential uses of the hearing on programs like Reality Show for visibility of social issues
José Maurício C M Silva, Maria Elisa Vercesi Albuquerque
Covert ideology, conceptual metaphor and economic press discourse: The case of financial crisis
Augusto Soares da Silva
Is the Internet Bulletin Board a New Platform for Democracy?
Youngyiil Kim
'The New Normal', Media and Communications Post Global Economic Crisis
Ali Murat Vural
On-line music recommendation platforms as implementations of ontologies of musical taste
Benjamin Krämer
The evolution of the citizen's behaviour towards the process of transition to the DTT in the Region of Murcia (2006-2010)
Josefina Sánchez Martínez, Isabel Sarabia Andúgar
Asian Identity and Global Media: Malaysian Children Negotiating with ‘Local’ and ‘Global’ Through Satellite Television
S M Shameem Reza
Cyberbullying among Portuguese university students: an exploratory study
José Pinheiro Neves, Luzia Oliveira Pinheiro
Rethinking the rhetoric of remix
Margie Borschke
"The Social Advertising on Road Safety: through the socio-semiotics"
Brenno A. A. Rodrigues, Ana João M. Paiva, Simão Jorge Castro, Sara Meneses
The relationship between the media, the State, the civil society and citizens in Brazil: a case study of the national crisis in air transport system
Joao Jose Azevedo Curvello, Maria Cecilia Alves Martinez
Mapping the Communication Research field in Spain (2000-2009)
PABLO LOPEZ, MIGUEL VICENTE
Journalism and the circulation of myth
Luis Miguel Loureiro, Felisbela Lopes
Catching youth’s drift : Citizen Engagement Among a Web 2.0 Driven Generation
Sandra Rodriguez
Mediatized humanitarianism. Moral agency in the age of suspicion.
Anne Vestergaard
the medial space
josé antónio domingues
Justice, Truth and Icon: Efforts for a critical diagnosis of the present times of the public sphere in an information society
Vitor Souza Lima Blotta, Gilson Schwartz
Communication, Infrastructure and the Political in Walter Benjamin
Erik Granly Jensen
Child Immigration in the Portuguese Press – outlining the phenomenon
Paula Cristina Martins, Sara Pereira, Madalena Oliveira, Rui Ramos
The media in the electoral context and the transformation of public-private relationship: theoretical reflections on reports of qualitative empirical research
Luiz Antonio Signates Freitas
The Rise of Internet News Media and the Emergence of Discursive Publics
June Woong Rhee

Participatory Communication Research

Web 2.0 in the Classroom: Teaching/Learning as Participatory Communication
Patrícia Dias
A STUDY ON MEDIA PREFERENCES OF TELEVIEWING FARMERS
Dipak De
Writing homelessness: Homeless people participate through alternative/citizen journalism
Barbara Schneider
Community impact on agenda building within Mexico’s National Autonomous University (UNAM)
Gerardo Luis Dorantes
Convergence of cultural and technological dimensions in HIV communications
frederick kakembo
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND GRASSROOTS COMMUNICATION: Revisiting UNSCR1325 media action in Sierra Leone
Carol Azungi Dralega
Between scientists and publics: reframing public participation in science through bioethics
Monica Carvalho, Ana Sofia Carvalho, Joana Araújo, Marta Brites
Bottom-up or going down? The journalistic value of open online feedback opportunities.
Jeroen De Keyser, Karin Raeymaeckers
A pact for the Amazon region: participatory communication process among stakeholders from the mining company, Cia. Vale do Rio Doce.
Maria Conceição Golobovante
The reports of Correio Braziliense on sexual exploitation of children and the National Street Children’s Movement in Brasília: an analysis of texts’ social effects
Viviane de Melo Resende
What do Stakeholders Want? Participatory communication and Listening competency
Judy Burnside Lawry
Plasma Satellite Instruction: Ethiopian Schools’ Experiences, Issues and Perspectives
Manisha P Pandey
Using corporate media for radical politics: COP15 activism and the case of ‘Never Trust a Cop’ on YouTube
Tina Askanius, Julie Uldam
Enabling Informal Networks “Guanxi” via Information and Communication Technologies: Reaching Rural Doctors in Xi’an, China
Phuong Khanh Tran, Felicia Su Hway Ng, Cathy Wei Si Chia, Arul Chib
Trust and Governance. From Discussion to "Enlightened Consent"
Sylvie Bresson Gillet
Creating Citizenship Through Community Radio in Rural Thailand
Boonlert Supadhiloke
Communication, sociability and activism in Brazilian art groups
Fernando do Nascimento Gonçalves
«Bairros» from Oporto: representing identity and exclusion through Youtube
Anabela Maria Gradim, António Fidalgo, Catarina Moura
A Public Television and Citizen Participation: An Approach of Participatory Media in Thai experience.
malee boonsiripunth
The WCCD dilemma: what ever happened to dialogue and participation?
Florencia Enghel
The participative interactivity in the Spanish regional public televisions
Ainara Larrondo, Koldobika Meso
Advancing a Pedagogy of Social Change: Participatory Communication in a Time of Crisis.
David J. Park, Leslie Ann Richardson
SOCIAL NETWORKS, COMMUNICATION AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT IN RURAL AND FISHING COMMUNITIES OF BRAZIL
Nataly de Queiroz Lima, Maria Salett Tauk dos Santos
Decolonising Methodologies in Development: !Xaus Lodge as a Case study in Critical Indigenous Qualitative Research
Lauren Eva Dyll-Myklebust
Challenges in implementing development communication for social change in Kenya: The case of the MDGs and Kenya Vision 2030
Karambu L Ringera
A portrait of the Cuban bloggers based on The First Survey of the Cuban Blogosphere
Dagmar Monett Díaz, Beatriz Calvo Peña
The appropriation of the social website's tools for traditional online media (not digital natives)
Xosé López García, José Pereira Fariña, Carlos Toural Bran, Moisés Limia Fernández
Social movements and the net:The case study of the Jewish settlers in the West Bank
Ines Gabel
EXCLUSION, MIGRATION AND PARTICIPATION
Silvia Inés Molina y Vedia
A culture-centered approach towards HIV/AIDS prevention: Examining the Sonagachi Project, a community oriented peer outreach initiative among sex workers in Calcutta, India
Satarupa Dasgupta
Cambios culturales: Percepciones de estudiantes universitarios extranjeros en su adaptación a la cultura mexicana
Ma Eugenia Gonzalez-Alafita, Martha Pamela Flores-Meléndes
Fan fictions and digital literacy
Lucio Luiz Corrêa da Silva
Climate Change in the Social Web: Measurement of the Users’ Motives
Monika M. M. Taddicken
The world through my eyes and theirs: Using Photovoice to interpret local community participation in ICT adoption in Indian rural schools
Komathi Ale, Arul Chib
Digital Citizenship from Below: Turkish State versus Youtube
Banu Baybars Hawks, Murat Akser
An Action Theory Approach to the Study of Political Legitimacy in Singapore
Leanne Chang, Thomas Jacobson
In But Not In Favor - The Impact of Social Media on the Concept of Participation: The Case of a Web 2.0-driven Protest Movement
Axel Maireder, Christian Schwarzenegger
Banal journalism or a crash between agency and professional norms?
Ullamaija Kivikuru
L'environnement et la communication comme biens communs: les enjeux de la communication environnementale dans les espaces publics alternatifs au Canada
Oumar Kane
Digital Storytelling: a pedagogy for participatory communication and culture
Christina Louise spurgeon, Jean Burgess, Helen Klaebe, Daniel Lalor, Jo Tacchi
The invisible reality show: performatic intervention and the production of the contemporary space
Fernanda de Oliveira Gomes
Impact of Krishi Dharshan (A.TV Program on agriculture) on knowledge and attitude of tribal farmers
emmanuel prem kant das
TV journalism and citizenship: the struggle for a new digital public sphere
Felisbela Maria Lopes
Identity and citizenship in the knowledge societies The case of the Pan-American Networks of the indigenous peoples in the web
Carmen Lucía Gomez Mont
Dynamic tensions: ‘voice’ and media ‘community of practice’ in youth participation programs
Aneta Podkalicka
Narrowing gaps and building bridges: the role of participatory communication in scoping transdisciplinary research for sustainable development in the North West of Vietnam
Elske van de Fliert, Pradip Thomas, Pham Thi Vuong, Do Thi Minh Hien
A Case Study of Sri Lankan Community Broadcasting in the Citizen Empowerment Context.
Pradeep N' Weerasinghe
The Privatization of Participation in Development
Karin Wilkins, Flor Enghel
Local Farmers' Participatory Natural Resources Management on Ranunculus kazusensis Makino Habitat of the National Trust of Korea in Gangwha Island, South Korea
JungHo Park
Public media, online journalism and citizen participation: The practice of citizen journalism in Taiwanese public media service
Chen-Ling Hung, Chang-de Liu
Read Our Words, Watch Our Films, Hear Our Voices: Youth Media as Participation, Citizenship, and Development
Christine Newkirk
Footage and Film in Spaces of Co-construction of Knowledge
loes witteveen, Rico Lie
Constructing Media Database with Aboriginal Community: A Reflective Note on Participatory Communication in Lan Yu
Liangwen Kuo, Su-kan Lin
COMMON Sense Isn't all that Common: The Analysis of the Commons Practiced in the Promotion of Digital Archives in Taiwan
Nien-Hsuan Leticia Fang
Remixing and democratic culture: Interaction and engagement in the commons-based peer production community
Rong Wang
Citizens’ Journalism as Model of Civic Participation
Diana Iulia Nastasia, Lana Rakow
Exploring the Practice of Civic Participation of the Internet Lurkers:Lurkers’ Views on Participation in the Internet-based Social Movement in Taiwan
Ming-Ying Lee
Media for Peacebuilding
Kimberlye Kowalczyk
Participation: still a key concept to ensure the future of radio
Fábio Fonseca Ribeiro, Maria Costa Oliveira
New Media and Participatory Culture within the Brazilian Context
Emmanoel Martins Ferreira
New opportunities for social integration and participation of older people in a digitalised and networked society
Anja Hartung
Methodological issues in researching young people’s engagement with participatory media
Rita Santos, José Azevedo, Luís Pedro
User participation in locative media
Anders Sundnes Løvlie
Communication for social change in civil society organizations in Mexico. The case of Izquierda Ciudadana in Queretaro.
Nadxielli Guadalupe Morales Siller
Citizen Journalism: Making Local Voices Mainstream
Irfan Irfan Raja
A Study based on Web 2.0 Communication and Information Services in Senior Citizen Contexts of Use
Sónia Ferreira, Ana Veloso, Óscar Mealha
Use of the Internet in Portuguese Penal Establishments. Reality or utopia?
Daniela Graça Silva Rocha, Lídia de Jesus Oliveira Loureiro da Silva
Off the Computer and Into the Saddle: Local Cycling Media and Community Engagement
Christopher McConnell
Barefoot in Tilonia: Parity and Participation at the Grassroots
Yasmin Gopal
The history and development of participatory communication in Tanzania
Thomas Tufte
Comunicación- desarrollo y medio ambiente
Eliana del Rosario Herrera Huérfano
Participatory communication and development: a critical take on listening and telling
Florencia Enghel
Shifting from Personal and Mass Media to Interpersonal and Interactive Electronic Communication Media by the Farmers for Receiving Agricultural Information
M. Abul Kashem

Political Communication Research

Social Media and Political Communication - The cases of the Portuguese Social Democratic Party (PSD) and Socialist Party (PS) in the 2009 Parliament Campaign
Sonia Pedro Sebastiao
Priming and Framing Effects in the Media Coverage of the 2009 Romanian Presidential Elections
Madalina Botan, Nicoleta Corbu
The Cyber Left: Indymedia and the Making of Twenty-first Century Struggle
Todd Wolfson
Walking on EggShells in MENA: Revisiting the Political Context Model
Ibrahim M. Saleh
The Internet as an alternative to traditional-mainstream media among social change organizations in Israel
Carmit Wiesslitz
Share it and bring it home - Open source, fiber age and Commons in the case 'Pirate Bay' and Pirate Party
Alessandro Cozzutto
The Strategic Communication of hijackings: some lessons from how the Spanish government managed the crisis of the Alakrana
ROCIO ZAMORA, LOSADA JOSE CARLOS
The Deliberative Quality of Referendum Coverage in Direct Democracy: Findings from an Analysis of Swiss Media
Frank Marcinkowski, André Donk
The lack of political interview on the mainstream Press.
Nilza Mouzinho de Sena, Raquel Carrilho
Towards a Non-Hierarchical Campaign? Testing for Interactivity as a Tool of Election Campaigning in France, the US, Germany and the UK
Nigel Jackson, Darren Lilleker, Eva Schweitzer
Walking on Eggshells: The Political Mediation in Egypt
Dr. Ibrahim Mostafa Saleh
Plurk politics: How Microblogging has been changing the landscape of political communication in Taiwan
Chia-Shin LIN, Prof. Naren Chitty
Internet Use in Election Campaigns: The Municipal Angle
Azi Lev-On
Many-to-one or One-to-many – How NGOs, business asscoiations and trade unions use the internet
Kathrin Voss
Need for Orientation and Attribute Agenda-Setting During a U.S. Election Campaign
Lindita Camaj, David H. Weaver
How Germany See America: Anti-Americanism Before and After Obama
Lars Willnat, Thorsten Quandt, Eike Rinke
The new European Parliament communication strategy: ‘Violent’ videos on Youtube
Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic, Sofie Van Bauwel
The influence of verbal and visual information on candidate evaluation in presidential debates
Barbara Wolf, Thomas Koch, Andreas Fahr
Postmodern, traditional or crossbreed? Political campaigning style in Portugal
Rui Alexandre Novais
Opening the sluice-gates? The public sphere and the national DNA database in the UK 1991-2010
John Downey, Mike Stephens, Jan Flaherty
Congress, the Smith-Mundt Act & Public Diplomacy
Emily T Metzgar
Media Power, Counter Power and Social Change
Natalie Fenton, Des Freedman, Gholam Khiabany, Milly Williamson
The axiological vector. Some notes on the anti-communist Portuguese discourse under the Estado Novo's Parliament
Rui Alberto Mateus Pereira
From Bush-Bashing to Obamania. Coverage of the U.S. presidential elections campaigns 2004 and 2008 in the German press.
Reimar Zeh, Christina Holtz-Bacha
Monitoring officials: the new function of Internet in China
luan yimei
The Interaction between New Media and Old Media: Influencing the Politics of China
Hong Liu
Bottom-up contesting citizenship: media, political participation and environmental issue in urban China
Yang Chen
The role of personal involvement and media input in framing people’s attitudes towards governmental anti-crisis measures - an experiment
Oliver Quiring, Mathias Weber
The Role of Political Parties’ Internet Campaigning in the 2009 German Bundestag Election
Hans Mathias Kepplinger, Nicole Podschuweit
Framing women politicians: a comparative perspective between Spanish and Polish print media
Nuria Fernandez Garcia, Radoslaw Sajna
El contexto migratorio como moderador del efecto cognitivo y afectivo de los encuadres noticiosos. Estudio trans-cultural entre México y España.
Carlos Muñiz, José Antonio Otero, Melisa Peña
The personal in political television biographies
Rosa van Santen, Liesbet van Zoonen
Citizens'participation and public governance. Institutionalizing public debat in France.
Sylvie Bresson Gillet
How do French citizens get informed (and... is the internet changing anything)?
Thierry Vedel, Jean-Baptiste Comby, Josiane Jouet
Barack OBama’s election: A Digital Communication success?
Lucilene Cury
El humor en la campaña electoral: legislativas 2009 en Portugal
Ana Maria Cabrera
Clowns as critical inquirers in Mexican national television: Political humor and satire in the weekly nigthly show “El Notifiero”
Jose-Carlos Lozano
Opening the ‚black-box’: Exploring Immediate Audience Responses to Rhetorical Strategies in Televised Debates
Marko Bachl, Arne Spieker
The build-up of a candidature: Marina Silva and the Brazilian weekly news magazine
Mauricio de Medeiros Caleiro
An Election Campaign that Was None? Press Coverage of the German Parliament Elections 2009 in a long-term comparison.
Jürgen Wilke, Melanie Leidecker
National Identity in Post-Beijing-Olympic Era: A Comparative Study of Hong Kong and Mainland China
Hanyun HUANG
Using Social Movement Theories in Order to Study the Appropriation of Digital Communication for Political Contention
Marco Braeuer, Imke Hoppe
Who are you working for?: Fiction as a field of study for Political Communication
Alberto Pedro López-Hermida Russo
PR officers and political reporters; new conditions for power, citizenship and democracy
Goran Palm, Hakan Sandstrom
Public diplomacy and global citizenship: How national actors address foreign citizens in a globalized world. An empirical case study on the structures, strategies and instruments of public diplomacy in Germany
Martin H.B. Loeffelholz, Claudia Auer, Sylvia Krichbaum, Alice Srugies
Communication: strategic communication "in the Colonial war under Salazar, 1961-1968"
José Esteves Rei, José Manuel Belo, Mónica Patrícia Santos
Framing of the president: newspaper coverage of the candidates in 2010 presidential elections in Croatia
Marijana Grbesa
Media Coverage on a President's Death and its Political and Ideological Meanings in Korean Society - A Semiotic Network Analysis of TV Coverage on a Former President's Death -
Seon-Gi Baek
Changes in the Source Structure of Australian Newspapers’ Political Reporting 1956-2006
Rod Tiffen
Campaigning for Europe. Political advertising in France, Germany and the UK during the European election campaign
Christina Holtz-Bacha, Jacob Leidenberger, Philippe J. Maarek, Susanne Merkle
Rethinking the Arab State and Culture: The case of Syria
Dina Matar
Infotainment, Cynicism and Democracy: Privatization vs. Personalization
Nael Jebril, Erik Albæk, Claes de Vreese
Barack Obama’s first one-hundred days in office: Visual perspectives from Germany and the US
Ognyan A. Seizov, Marion G. Mueller
Uniquely simple? - The structure of candidates’ images in voters’ cognitive systems
Lukas Otto, Michaela Maier, Silke Adam
Los candidatos y las imágenes de los candidatos en las elecciones de 2009
Isabel Fein Cunha
Political blogs and electoral information spinning
Alessandra Aldé
The British General Election Campaign of 2010
Dominic Wring
Is Podcasting an Instrument of Agenda Building?
Stefan Geiss
Political radio and television advertisements in a young democracy:
Lynnette Fourie
On-line participation in Croatia: Moving beyond citizens' cynicism. The case of the City of Pula.
Domagoj Bebic, Bernard Zenzerovic
Tiananmen as a News Icon: Examining U.S. Elite Press’s Editorial Discourses
Chin-Chuan Lee, Hongtao Li, Francis Lap Fung Lee
Social context, institutions, and citizens’ political discussion in cross-national comparative perspective
Lilach Nir
E-Parliaments 2.0: Opening the gates to citizens. The use of social media in parliamentary websites.
Eleni-Revekka Staiou, Aspasia Papaloi, Dimitris Gouscos
Which political communication in a limited citizenship context?
Aurelie Bras
The electoral information in the infotainment era: Enemy construction in the Catalan media
Nereida Carrillo, Carme Ferre
Communication aspect of the activities of the antiterrorist structures of Germany under the conditions of the economic and social crisis and the interests of a civil society
Darya Yurievna Bazarkina
Marketing or Modernization? Gender features in the 2009 Portuguese general election campaign
Rita Figueiras
A Convergence model of e-government and governance from developing countries
Veena v Raman
Agenda-setting in Prospective Planning for Public Policy in the Mexican National Autonomous University
Gerardo Luis Dorantes
Latin-American legislative elite´s (dis)trust in mass media and their influence in political decision-making
Ángel Badillo Matos, Marina Hernández Prieto
Political scandals and the changing relations between politicians and journalists in Finland
Esa Väliverronen, Laura Juntunen
Functioning of the controllable and uncontrollable communication tools applied by the EU: Honduras coup.
Olga Polunina
The communicative aspects of the activities of the British Intelligence Service under the military conflicts
Svetlana Zudochkina
Reprising the state-media relationship in Uganda and its implications for journalism and the deepening of democracy
George William Lugalambi
Women of the world on the web - Visual constructions of national political leadership in the transnational era
Anna Edin, Kristina Jerner Widestedt
On-line communication in legitimating political changes of post-Soviet Russia
Evgenie Vasilievich
Communication and Migration. Political Participation and Citizenship Building Mexicans in the U.S.A
Frambel Lizárraga Salas
A case study on a local and state e-initiative to create a direct and transparent way for citizens to access information.
Anne Fairchild Peacock, Erick Gonzalo Rodriguez Palomares
Do Media Systems Shape Patterns of Trust and Exposure to Media? Evidence from 15 European Democracies.
José Santana Pereira
Attention, Perception And Information Processing By Users Of Political Parties Websites
Galvão Meirinhos, José Belo
Social Media and User Generated Content: an example of eparticipation in the Portuguese Parliament Political Campaign (2009)
Sonia Pedro Sebastiao
Spreading out the political information online and offline:A two-step model of the role of the Internet in communication flow in Singapore and Taiwan
Yahhuei Hong, Trisha Tsui-Chuan Lin, Peng Hwa Ang
Moral controversy of moral sense in the électoral political discourse
brigitte sebbah
Going Virtual?: MEPs’ Constituency Outreach Online
Jordanka Tomkova
The political parties’ websites as a source of information during electoral campaigns
Joaquim Paulo Serra
Rhetoric of Politicians and Journalists in a Colombian Presidential Electoral Campaign
Adriana Angel
Independent Internet Media: A Force for Accountability During the US Bank Bailout (2008-2010)?
Mark Farha
Locals before citizens: immigrants in Irish politics
Neil O'Boyle
TV Political Talk as a Mode of Governance
Shih-che Tang
Political culture, journalism culture and the reporting of corruption in the Nigerian press
Muhammad Jameel Yusha'u
How the Media Shape Perceptions of Right-Wing Populist Leaders
Linda Bos, Wouter Van der Brug, Claes de Vreese
STRATEGIES OF UKRAINIAN POLITICAL IDENTITIES ON THE INTERNET: THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN 2010
Valentyna Dymytrova
Framing the Crisis: the Case of the Chicago Press.
Fabrizio Ceglia, Bruno Carriço Reis, José Manuel Sánchez Duarte
Asian Image as “pro or anti-Japan” and Nationalism in Japan
Seongbin Hwang
Comparing media system and political communication studies: the normative bias
fabro steibel
Television and political debate : Where poitical communication is crossing boundaries, political research communication needs to cross them, too
Eva Pujadas Capdevila
“Ségo”, “Sarko” and the others: Political TV advertising in France during the 2007 presidential election campaign
Susanne Merkle
Media and politics: a new paradigma?
Eduardo Cintra Torres
«VISUAL CAMPAIGNING IN THE 2009 FEDERAL ELECTION IN GERMANY»
Wolfgang Wichmann, Stephanie Geise
Regulating under Influence? Media Concentration and its Effects on Media Policy-Making
Ulrike Klinger
The use of the Internet by Social movements in Morocco: networks and frames during the 2009 Gaza war
Mohamed Ben Moussa
The Making of Generation Y by the Press: A Study on Youth, Citizenship and New Activism
Alice Y. L. Lee, Klavier Wong
Lulinha “paz y amor”y su creacción: una sucesora a su imagen y semejanza
Neusa Demartini Gomes, Sérgio Trein
Personalization of politics: trick or trend?
Lutz Hofer
Web 2.0 platforms and Issue Campaigning: Some methodological and theoretical challenges
Anastasia Kavada
POLITICS 2.0: Is there a new communication strategy for the new media?
Antonio José Fernandes, José Manuel Azevedo
Contextualizing the Blogosphere: the unequal political meaning of blogs
Andrea Calderaro
Consensus and Conflict in French Immigration Policy. Public Debate on Immigration under conflictual conditions.
Konstantinos Prearis
Candidate demographics, partisanship and campaign experience as predictors of support for campaign reform in the United States
James K. Hertog, James Human
European Union communication policies: call for participation of informed citizens?
Ana Lúcia Silva Terra
Reflections in a Distorted Mirror: The Impact of News Coverage on Social Movement Organizations
Eileen Drust, James Hertog
Instructive or destructive: how media shape the attitudes towards public consultations
Anna Przybylska
CITIZENSHIP AND POLITICAL COMMUNICATION: AN OVERVIEW
Manuel Parés I Maicas
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Matias Jove Díaz

Political Economy

North-South Bilateral negotiation on Trade and Intellectual Property Protection: A Political Economy Approach
Bernardita Escobar
transformations and tensions : the case of FTA and IPR
Eunkyoung Choi
From Financialization to Freedom: Emerging Media Business Models
Nuria Almiron
The Three Dimensions of Advertising Regulation: A Proposed Analytical Framework
Avshalom Ginosar
The Creative Economy: Creative Industries, of Experience and Digital Contents. A conceptual exploration.
Carlos Enrique Guzmán Cárdenas
The media construction of the urban competitiveness: what role rankings play in the global positioning of cities?
Alberto Carrera
Forget the Joystick? Examining Video Game Hardware Production
Randy Nichols
Systemic Propaganda: A Political Economic Approach
Gerry Sussman
Privacy practices and dataveillance in social computing: empowering and/or disempowering users of social network sites
Jo Pierson
Communication policies in Mexico. 22 years under the neoliberal logic (1988-2009).
Rodrigo Gomez
The emerging media power structure in China
YAN LI
Lógicas de uma Comunicação Transfronteiriça. Um estudo de caso na rádio. Reflexão sobre o processo de importação do programa "Janela Aberta", no Rádio Clube Português.
Catarina Cunha Guimarães Sousa
Reorganization in the main Spanish media groups
jose vicente Garcia Santamaria
Multimedia and Multiplatform: The Rise of the Preschool Content Specialist in Britain
Jeanette Steemers
Towards a Three-Template Model of Television News
Joe Atkinson
Cosmopolitic, Media, and New Sensibilities in Latin American
Sebastião Guilherme Albano Costa, Maria Érica de Oliveira Lima
Convenient fictions? A critical communicative perspective on financial accumulation, autopoiesis and crisis in the wake of the credit crunch.
Peter Antony Thompson
Financialization of the Asian Game Industry in the Midst of the Global Recession
Dal Yong Jin
Newspapers, Popular Music and Young Readers: Does Cross-ownership really affect Media Content?
Yehiel Limor, Ines Gabel
Defining childhood through media policy
Maire Messenger Davies
Neoliberal Newspeak and Digital Capitalism in Crisis
Paula Chakravartty, Dan Schiller
Localisation Strategies of US-owned Children’s Television Networks in Five European Markets
Alessandro D'Arma, Jeanette Steemers
News Reporting on Economy: an overview
Dino Viscovi
Re-thinking Change in the Music Industry System. A Pluralist Economic Viewpoint
Jim Rogers, Sergio Sparviero
Communication, Control and Value in Social Media
katharine sarikakis
First National Conference on Communication as a potential way to (un)successful democratization of media and communications in Brazil
Edgard Reboucas
The citizenship proposed by companies: potentialities and limitations.
Ricardo Zagallo Camargo
Mobile Television: between Convergence and Commodification of Cultural Industries
Andreu Casero
REVAMPING CITIZENSHIP IN COMMUNICATION POLICY: A LESSON FROM PSB 2.0
Benedetta Brevini
Crisis, what crisis? Media: business and journalism in times of crisis.
Rosario de Mateo, Laura Bergés Saura, Anna Garnatxe
communication transversal corporations: global threat of democracy?
Carlos Alberto Galvis
Policy structures and the global expansion of transnational children’s television channels
Katalin Lustyik, Norma Pecora
The new strategy of the Mexican TV moguls
German Espino Sanchez
Critique of a National Broadband Plan
Murilo César Ramos
Intertextuality and the Branding of the Modern US Army: Constructing the Citizen Soldier
Mike Chopra-Gant
Media and the Financial Crisis : ‘Creative Destruction’ and the Evolving Role, Practices and Theory of Journalism
Paschal T. PRESTON
Sex, money and film industry: Glamorization of female sex workers in Bollywood
Azmat Rasul
The emerging internet development and the commercialization of online gaming industry in China
peichi chung
Economical forms of the state pressure in Russian regional media
Kiriya Ilya, Kachkaeva Anna
Content (regulation) is the King? Taiwanese media reform and its discontent
Chang-de Liu, Chen-ling Hung
From Inclusion to Emancipation: The Iconic Turn In Brazil
Gilson Schwartz
Citizenship and the National Democratic Revolution
Des McGuinness
Neoliberalism in the Information Age, or Vice Versa?
Bob J Neubauer
Financialization and the ‘Crisis of the Media’: The Mysterious Case of the Rise and Fall of (Some) Media Conglomerates in Canada
Dwayne Roy Winseck
MEDIA GIANT’S INFLUENCE IN THE PRODUCTION OF CONTENT IN MALAYSIA
Rosidayu Sabran
The development of telecommunications in Latin America: from concentration to convergence
Guillermo Mastrini, Martín Becerra, Ana Bizberge
Strategic regionalism in global marketing:
John Graham Sinclair, Rowan Wilken
The Evaluation of Global Financial Crisis in Financial Press in Turkey: is Another World Possible in News?
Tangul Hincal
Media and the global financial crisis
John D.H. Downing
Citizenship and local development for participation and digital governance of public administration. Innovative experiences in the Sud of European Union
Víctor Manuel Marí, Francisco Sierra
The Politics of Digital Games: when is a cultural product not a cultural product?
Aphra Kerr
Movies, morality, money: Towards a political economy of film censorship, classification and ratings
Daniel Biltereyst
The Political Economy of Private Television Channels in Bangladesh
Md.Abdur Razzaque Khan
Agents of regime change or Alternative public sphere? The case of the political economy of the Zimbabwean state and diasporic media.
Albert Chibuwe, nyasha mapuwei
“Tu tens talento, nós temos trabalho”: human capital and temp work agencies
José Nuno Matos
The business of information and journalism in a time of crisis: the case of Impresa Publishing and its strategies for change
Sara Meireles Graça
Contradictions in the Commercialisation of China’s Publishing Industry: a different approach
Qidong Yun
Political blogosphere in Portugal: Mapping power centres and links
Elsa Costa Silva, Helena Sousa
The growth of peripheral media industries: Nollywood in the context of Hollywood and Bollywood
Jade Miller
Changes in the Nature of Business through ICT with a Focus on Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
Afshin Heidarpour
The in service of the state; the nation and the public: A synoptic political history of the South African Broadcasting Corporation
Ruth Elizabeth Teer-Tomaselli
Deregulation and Public Service: A Comparison of Media Policy in the United Kingdom and United States
Sandhya Bhattacharya, Wenjun Xu
Deepening the Market in the Media Environment: Digital Television Policy in Turkey
Babacan Taşdemir
Media Corporations and Varieties of Financialization: Bertelsmann and ‘Red Blooded’ Capitalism
Scott Fitzgerald
Genealogy of the virtual public sphere
Jamie Anderson
The policy of TV for children: analysing the conception, production and consumption of educational programmes
Sara Pereira
Free Media, labour and citizenship rights in a democracy
Padmaja Shaw
Audience Measurement Systems, Televisual Discourses & Ideas of Citizenship: A Comparative Study
Santanu Chakrabarti
Quality and diversity promises of the digital broadcasting in Spain: what is happened with the fiction market?
Chiara Saez baeza
Crisis of Temporalities: Global Capitalism After the 2007-08 Financial Collapse
Wayne Hope
Economía Política de la Comunicación en Brasil: el avance de la reflexión crítica
César Ricardo Siqueira Bolaño, Valério Cruz Brittos
From Telecom to Broadcasting in Puerto Rico: The Legacy of Empire
Analyn Diaz Hernandez
MEDIA INSTITUTIONS AS SURROGATE POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS IN COSMOPOLITAN THEORY
Andrew Calabrese
"The Continuous Destruction of Media Outlets During War Time“
Jörg Becker
The Public Interest and Media Social Responsibility - Media Accountability toward society as Self-Regulation?
Pietro Rossi, Werner A. Meier
Economic crisis and new ICT.
Arkady Urievich Rusakov
Core media crisis ambiguity: How the media accelerate, profit from and ultimately fall victim to structural crisis
Josef Trappel, Werner A. Meier
Privileged Consumption Space: The Communicating Space for Brands' Consumption.
Viviane Riegel
Beyond the Principle of Relative Constancy: Determinants of Media Expenditures into the Era of Internet in China
Linsen Su, Tao Liu
International Communication Public Goods. Do Public Good Theories Allow New Perspectives to Include Transnational Citizenship in International Communication Policies?
Raul de Mora
“You wouldn’t Steal a Handbag…”: Movie Piracy in Brazil and the Culture of Copy
Erick Felinto Oliveira
Publishing companies: cross-media and network ties. An exploratory analysis in Germany, Italy, Switzerland and UK.
Cinzia Colapinto, Colin Porlezza
Recession and Progression: Notes on Media, Labor, and Youth from East Asia
Yeran Kim, Jack Linchuan Qiu

[WG] Comic Art

Three Experiments with Drawing Style: Time and the Displaced Subject in Contemporary English Language Comic Albums.
Simon Grennan
The Inertial Aspect in Cultures and its Reflection in the Media
Ilan Assia
Komodo - Indonesia Superhero
michael gumelar
Ain't Nothing Comic About It!
David Alan Brame
Political satire: from book pages to computer screens
Patricia Dias da Silva, José Luís Garcia
La charge mucho además de los factos: Análisis de los elementos plásticos del texto de humor
Fabiano Maggioni, Adair Caetano Peruzzolo
Comics and Citizenship: Rethinking the relationship
Gêisa Fernandes D´Oliveira
American Comic as a Global Ideological Container: Hegemony, Imperialism and Hybridization in Superhero Stories
Estefania Martinez
Colonial and postcolonial representations of black people in
 Portuguese comic books: changes and continuities
Rosa Cabecinhas, Luís Cunha
Cover me with care (Auto-representation and reverie in Blankets by Craig Thompson)
Alfredo Guzmn Tinajero
Un acercamiento al animé Death Note
Jorge Salvador Anaya Martínez
Brazilian types and caricatures in animation short movies
Daniel Moreira de Sousa Pinna
SEMANTIC GAMES IN LAERTE COUTINHO’S COMICS
MONICA FONTANA
One man’s symphony
Daniel Moreira de Sousa Pinna
(Re)Shaping Boundaries of Communication and Citizenship in José Carlos Fernandes' comic books
Adriana Nogueira
Zimbabwean Election Cartoons 2008. A Framework for Analysis
Hilde Arntsen
The Rebirth of Philippine Komiks
Chair: John A. Lent
A Unique Phenomenon: Chinese Worker Cartoon Group
Ying Xu
Revitalization of Old Time Comics: Based on the Support Policy of Regional Level
Jae-Woong Kwon, Seung Hyun Park
DEFINING VALUE ADDED ANIMATION TO PROMOTE POSITIVE LIVING ENVIRONMENT: A CRITICAL STUDY OF UPIN AND IPIN
Juhanita Jiman
Reading Hong Kong Comic in the Heartlands of Singapore
Foo Tee Tuan
The narrative structure of the anime. Case of the anime Naruto
Danghelly Giovanna Zúñiga Reyes

[WG] Communication and HIV/AIDS

Challenges and shortcomings of policy in HIV and AIDS communication: the case of Botswana
jabulani sithole, Euna Lhee
Exploring Intersections between Gender Norms and HIV/AIDS Vulnerabilities in Northern Mozambique
Sarah Bandali
Framing AIDS: Comparing Efficacy and Agency Frames in HIV-AIDS Coverge in Four Anglophone African Newspapers, 2002-2008
Paul D'Angelo, John C Pollock
Internet Potential to Disseminate HIV/AIDS Prevention Messages among Young People from Vulnerable Sectors
Lucia Wang, Cecilia Valeriano, Betiana Caceres, Mariana Vazquez, Lucas Villalba
A critical analysis of HIV/AIDS interventions in Kenya: The case of two women’s led local organizations.
Karambu L Ringera
“Speaking the truth”: The role and positioning of the communicator in HIV/AIDS communication interventions
Sarah Cardey
The Information superhighway and the new public sphere: Opportunities for HIV/AIDS communication and improved citizen participation in Zimbabwe.
Innocent Yekeye
Using participatory approaches as part of Intervention Mapping to develop a cultural sensitive comprehensive sexuality education program: the example of The World Starts With Me in Uganda
Liesbeth E. Rijsdijk
Use of Multi-media Campaigns to Overcome Resistance to HIV/AIDS Testing and Treatment: Some Evidence for Health Communication
Gita Bamezai
Couple Testing for HIV: Evaluating Effectiveness of Educational Video
Jyotika Ramaprasad
Institutional Framework of Stigmatization on HIV & AIDS: Evidence from Health Care Settings in Gujarat, India
Satyajeet Nanda, BK vidya, A. Pramanik, P Krishnatray
PICTURES OF OTHERNESS – LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS (Photography and text project)
Pat Griffin
Knowledge is only powerful, if implemented.
Katya C May
Targeting mature women in a Brazilian anti-HIV battle: A case study of the campaign Bloco da Mulher Madura, 2009
Raquel Zanatta Coutinho, Paula Miranda-Ribeiro
The interplay of risk and gender discourses in news coverage of HIV/AIDS
Maria Zara Pinto-Coelho
Aids in Brazilian journalistic routines: an contemporary approach
Bruno Souza Leal, Carlos Alberto Carvalho
Ugandan print media’s ambivalent approach to homosexuality, implications for HIV/AIDS awareness
Cecilia Strand
Communication for social change in Kenya: using DVD-led discussion to challenge HIV/AIDS Stigma amongst health workers
Katrina Phillips, Betty Chirchir
Community-Based Participatory Approach to Health Literacy and HIV/AIDS Prevention:Evaluating the Service Learning Component
Nancy Muturi, Soontae An, Samuel Mwangi
Behaviour Change Communication Strategies in HIV Prevention, A View From Below: The Case of Female Adolescent Students in Zimbabwe
Sipikelelo Mugari
A replicable model for participatory communication: Zimbabwean experiences of the STEPS youth Documentary project
Darlington Farai Muyambwa
Critiquing assumptions in Communication and HIV prevention – searching for new conceptual frameworks
Marjan de Bruin
PICTURES OF OTHERNESS – LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS (Photography and text project)
Pat Griffin
“I am not afraid of dying but I fear being seeing to be sick”: Exploring the metaphysics of illness in Southern Africa in relation to HIV and AIDS Communication.
Keyan Gray Tomaselli, John-eudes Lengwe Kunda
Sham Reasoning and Pseudo-Science: Myths and Mediatization of HIV/AIDS in South Africa
Keyan Gray Tomaselli
A structural approach towards HIV/AIDS prevention: Examining the Sonagachi Project, a community oriented peer outreach initiative among sex workers in Calcutta, India
Satarupa Dasgupta
THE QUESTION OF TRUST (When the call is for beautyful national leaders who communicate beautifully on HIV/AIDS)
Colin Tinei Chasi
Impact of HIV/AIDS on women's lives in Malaysia
Yoke Lim Khor, Gerald Goh, Hamidah Abd Hamid, Rohani Hashim, Bhavani Ramasamy

[WG] Diaspora and Media

Representing Cosmopolitan identities in Transnational Cinema
Mahdis Azarmandi
Fostering social capital: Appropriation of Internet Use among Filipino Migrants in Japan
Reggy Capacio Figer
Sensing memories and belongings through media consumption among Portuguese Muslims of Indian and Mozambican Origin
Ana Catarina Pereira
Identities of the diaspora - migration and the listening of mediatic songs
Simone Luci Pereira
Media and Cultural identity: Diasporic Indian community’s media and cultural connections in the U.S.A.
Abhijit Sen
Blogging for Cuba: The Birth of a Cuban “digital diaspora”
Beatriz Calvo Peña, Dagmar Monett Diaz
The Mediation of Migration: ICTs and long distance relationships in transnational families
Mirca Madianou
Diasporic media consumption and cultural identity construction of Filipino women in Denmark
Shiella Cahig Balbutin
Goanet - Using R to Study a Diasporic Online Forum
António José Rosas
Rainbow Worriers: South African Expatriates Online
Martha Jane Evans
Muslim Youths and political engagement in the UK: An assessment of how social networking websites affects the political engagement of Muslim youths in the UK
Khalil Al Agha
Identities at the new media: contributes for a lusophone cyberspace cartography
Moisés Lemos Martins, Maria Lurdes Macedo
Imag(in)ed diversities. Postnational filmmaking in European cities
Arne Saeys
Negotiating (Diasporic) Identities: South Asians’ pro/ consumption of TV dramas on the internet in Hong Kong
Lisa Yuk Ming Leung
Logging into Diaspora – Online Identity Narratives among Romanians in Ireland
Gloria Macri
Online Nationalism
May Farah
From motherland strategies of representation to the feelings of belonging in young Portuguese of France
Manuel Antunes da Cunha
Latin American Diaspora and the Media: a Comparative Study of Ethnic Media in Los Angeles and Madrid
Jessica Retis
Digital media, migration, generation and globalization: Comparing the life histories of digital media use by immigrant and non- immigrant groups in Portugal and the USA
Joe Straubhaar

[WG] Digital Divide

Copyright Violation and Creative Industries in the Micro Economies of Latin America: The Case of Digital Piracy Networks on the Colombian-Venezuelan Border
Jairo Lugo-Ocando, Tony Sampson
City and networks: policies and ICT access in Aguascalientes, Mexico
Dorismilda Flores Marquez
Homo sacer as an accident of cyberculture
CLÁUDIA RIBEIRO SILVA
Towards a Digital Bangladesh 2021: Assessing the Prospects
Brian Patrick Shoesmith
Digital Divide in Journalism: Context of Russian Newsrooms
Olga Smirnova
Understanding barriers to digital television adoption in the context of the digital switchover in Portugal
Celia Quico, Manuel José Damásio
Factors Affecting Different Ways of Adoption of Terrestrial Digital Television Transition in South Korea
Kyung Han You, Sang-Hyun Kang, Hyuck MIn Kwon
Digital inclusion and social change among fishermen in South India
Sandhya - Rao
BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE AND THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES: AN INTER-INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS
OLUYINKA OLUDOLAPO OSUNKUNLE
Going ‘native’? - Reconsidering Perceptions about Teacher & Pupil ICT capabilities
Åsa Olsson
Bridging the broadband divide: Parallels and best practices from rural Norway and Uganda
Carol Azungi Dralega, Ingjerd Skogseid
Role of ICTs in Creating Awareness about Rights Leading towards a True Democracy in Pakistan
zarqa ali
Exploring the Roles of ICT Adoption in the Migratory Adaptation of the Rural-urban Migrants in Beijing
Weizhen Lei
Web 2.0 and the move from digital consumption to production and interaction: A new agenda for digital divide research
David Russell Brake
Do ICTs bridge the digital divide in rural India?
Periyasamy Govindaraju
Digital inclusion, migration, generation and social context: Comparing the life histories of digital media use by majority and disadvantaged groups in Portugal and the USA
Joe Straubhaar
CO-PROCESSES & DIGITAL DIVIDES: NEW APPROACHES TO IMPLEMENTING CHANGE
Nanette Levinson
DIME QUE TARIFA TIENES, TE DIRÉ QUIÉNES SON TUS AMIGOS: UNA INVESTIGACIÓN SOBRE EL IMPACTO DE LAS TARIFAS MÓVILES SIN LÍMITE DE COMUNICACIONES EN LAS RELACIONES SOCIALES DE LOS JÓVENES ENTRE LOS 18 Y LOS 24 AÑOS
Inês Teixeira Botelho
Cybercitizenship and Access to New Media: Exploring Digital Divide in Tao's Aboriginal Community
Liangwen Kuo, Chun-Tien Chen
Re-reading the blog on the Internet: formats, innovations and perspectives in Scientific divulgation and environmental intercommunication
Marcio Cordeiro Oliveira Junior, Magnólia Rejane Andrade dos Santos
Tan cerca, Tan lejos: ¿Jóvenes digitales con profesores analógicos?
Jose Cabrera
Podcasting in Brazil: democratizing the information
Lucio Luiz Corrêa da Silva, Pablo de Assis
Pixels for Pistols: Shooting Across the Digital Divide
Judith A. Nicholson
Framing a new dimension of the Digital Divide: digital inequalities in shaping the Internet.
Andrea Calderaro

[WG] Environment, Science and Risk Communication

The Amazon rainforest in the light of climate change and global warming: an international media perspective case study in environmental communication
Michael Hanke
Picturing Environmental Risk: National Geographic and the Alberta Oilsands
Chaseten Remillard
Planet Earth on the Eve of the Copenhagen Climate Conference 2009: A Study of Prestige Newspapers from Different Continents
Radoslaw Sajna
Sustainability and semantics: Elucidating managerial conceptions of sustainable development through corpus linguistics
Alon Lischinsky
Media, discourses and the environment: Nepal in a picture
Sangita Shrestha
Fear appeals and the global warming news: Examining the use of threats and response efficacy in Tainwan's news content
Shu-Chu Sarrina Li
Discursive intersections: a study of media-policy elites struggles over GM food risks in Britain
Anita Howarth
Inclusive Risk Communication: linking climate change, air pollution and health in a Risk Governance model.
Anna Garcia, Pablo Santcovsky, José Luis Terrón, Ramon Jordi Moles
The case of black-necked swans death in Valdivia, Chile: the importance of managing communications on environmental conflicts
Daniela Contreras Lanfranco
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT: FOSTERING PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT ON CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE PHILIPPINES THROUGH ONLINE MEDIA
Jaime Manuel Queipo Flores
Swine flu and risk coverage of Korean newspapers
Sunmi Chun
Talking Sustainability in India: Public and Private views on the Environment and Sustainable Development
Prithi Nambiar
Communicating on Climate Negotiations. A Content Analysis of French Traditional and Participative Online News Media during the Copenhagen Summit
Mathieu Charles Simonson, Omar V. Rosas
Communicating and policing risks. The case of the H1N1-pandemic in Sweden
Goran Palm
Earth Systems Media and the Visualization of Crisis
Chris Russill
Science, media and citizenship: new requirements and new ways?
Iris Herrmann-Giovanelli
Media and Science: to a media-sociological perspective
Pieter Maeseele
Framing Emerging Technologies. Risk Perception of Nanotechnology in the German Press
André Donk, Julia Metag, Matthias Kohring, Frank Marcinkowski
A critical view on company’s accounting environmental reporting
Filomena Antunes Brás
Framing and cross-cultural adaptation in elephant conservation issues: A case study in Thailand
Trisha, T. C. Lin, Junjie Lin
How climate scientists assess climate change and how they communicate it - A double-barreled conflict
Senja Post
Comprehension of fragile and conflicting scientific evidence on the basis of media and recipients’ frames
Georg Ruhrmann, Michaela Maier, Jutta Milde, Joachim Marschall
Green Biotechnology in Switzerland. How Civil Society Defied the Industrial and Political Establishment
Werner A. Meier, Martina Leonarz, Heinz Bonfadelli
Thematization: a proposal for environmental journalism practice
Reges Schwaab
How media portray typhoon: The representation and simulation of TV news
SHUN-CHIH KE
German Media Coverage around the UN Climate Change Conference
Dorothee Arlt, Jens Wolling
Climate change from the audience’s perspective. Theorizing empirical findings on media usage and media effects between routine and information seeking.
Monika M. M. Taddicken, Irene Neverla
Commodifying Crisis: Rhetorics of Risk and Regulation
Scott Edward Denton
Prime time news and public awareness on energy efficiency: the Portuguese case
Ana Horta, Luísa Schmidt
Environmental Activism, New Media and Heterotopias.
Maxine Newlands
Political subjectivity and the environmental crisis: examining the roles of mediated communication
Anabela Carvalho
No New Coal Plants: media-savvy activists’ responses to Big Coal in Australia
Adam Robert Lucas
CHASING THE LONG TAIL OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Somnath Batabyal
Media and risk communication: an empirical study on lead contaminated areas in South America
Gabriela Marques Di Giulio, Bernardino Ribeiro Figueiredo, Lúcia Costa Ferreira, Philip Macnaghten, Nelly Mañay, José Ângelo Sebastião Araújo Anjos
Japanese mid-term greenhouse gas emission reduction target: How people see governmental decision?
Midori Aoyagi Usui
The transnational in local environmental protest
Libby Lester
From Ideograph to Conceptual Equivalence: Media's Representation of Three-Gorges Project in China and America (1992-2009)
Tao Liu, Linsen Su
Communicating climate change in the Belgian french press
Antigoni Vokou
Cultural resonances in the coverage and framing of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, Copenhagen, December 2009
Anders Hansen, Miguel Vicente, Jingrong Tong
The pro-Reach project: analysis of communication strategies of civil society to defend a draft Directive on Sustainable Development
Céline Pascual Espuny
’The Ethanol Dream’ scrutinised – local news reporting as investigative journalism
Annika Egan Sjölander
Impacts of perceptual bias, self efficacy, and information sources on climate change policy support and personal carbon reduction actions in Taiwan
Mei-Ling Hsu, Yie-Jing Yang
Frankenfoods and the Press: Will Nano be the Next GM?
Alison Anderson
New media use and public perception about environmental issues in Japan
Miki Kawabata
ETHICS, MOTIVATION AND PARTICIPATION ROLES IN ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION
Concepcion Piñeiro, Maria Jose Diaz, Mireya Palavecino, Rocío Martin, Javier Benayas, Luis Enrique Alonso
The production and communication of scientific knowledge in environmental NGOs.
Nina Kruglikova
Science Image in Portugal: a comparative study with university students
Paula Ramos Nogueira, Teresa Augusta Ruão, Isabel Correia Neves, Gabriela Lema Botelho
Blogs of scientists as competing channels for the dissemination of science news
Vinciane Colson

[WG] European Public Broadcasting Policies

National broadcasting policy v European State aid control: the benefits of introducing competition principles into the regulation of public service broadcasting
Karen Donders, Caroline Pauwels
Germany’s Public Service Broadcasters going online – resulting competition effects and the question of the justification for Public Service Media online
Nadine Lindstädt
Coping with Change: Organizational Responses of the Swiss Public Service Broadcaster to Technological and Financial Challenges
Manuel Puppis, Matthias Künzler
Social media interplaying and strengthening public service-media
Pernilla Patricia Severson
Still struggling with PSB? Maybe South Africa should get rid of it.
Pieter Fourie
Self-regulation in response to media performance issues:
Yael de Haan
PUBLIC TELEVISION AND IDENTIFICATION: THE CASE OF FLEMISH CITIZENS WITH MOROCCAN AND TURKISH BACKGROUNDS Evidence from correlation research and family interviews in Flanders
Hatim El Sghiar, Leen d'Haenens
Looking for Legitimacy Amidst Demands for New Performative Standards, Public Value Tests and Market Impact Assessments. The case of Flemish PSM VRT in an international context
Hilde Van den Bulck
Moving away from PSB 2.0? How the EU State Aid regime and the revised 2009 Communication on State Aid to PSB are impacting on PSBs expansion into online media in Europe.
Benedetta Brevini
Chances and challenges of the German version of PVT: The case of ARD and ZDF
Barbara Thomass
Public Value, Paradigms and Politics
robert david beveridge
Public broadcasters in Spain and its regions: Trying Out New Forms of Adaptation to the digital landscape
Juan Carlos Miguel
Media Accountability System and its features when applied to the Radio Ombudsman services of Brazilian Public Broadcaster
Fernando Oliveira Paulino, Laurindo Leal Filho, Luiz Martins da Silva
An Understanding of the Public Media and the Context of Political Culture
Inta Brikse
‘Cooperation and partnerships in Public Service Broadcasting’: regained legitimacy or business-model-utopia? Lessons from a geographic-comparative analysis
Tim Raats, Caroline Pauwels
Hybrid Television: Opportunities and challenges for Public Broadcasters to improve their service to the citizenship.
Roberto Suárez Candel

[WG] Ethics of Society and Communication

The Social Perception of Journalistic Ethical Attitudes in Madrid
Carlos Maciá Barber, Susana Herrera Damas
Born to be famous? Celebrities’ children and their rights
Ana Jorge, Lidia Maropo
GOOD CITIZENS AND GOOD JOURNALISTS: SELF CENSORSHIP AMONG BROADCAST JOURNALISTS IN PORT HARCOURT, NIGERIA
WALTER CHIKWE IHEJIRIKA, ANGELA N OLIMMA
Public relations identity and public relations image – a self-monitoring problem or a structural problem?
Gisela Gonçalves
Communicating citizenship and social change through CSR: a Philippine perspective
Marianne Dayrit Sison
Respect as an ethical limit in citizen’s behavior
Fatima Fernandez-Christlieb
Ética Feminista y Comunicación
Aimée Vega Montiel
How journalists and citizenship consider minorities and vulnerable groups should be treated by media in Spain
Juan Carlos Pérez Fuentes, Santiago Urrutia, Susana López Pérez, Begoña Zalbidea Bengoa
Universidad y ciudadanía: comunicación del conocimiento como alternativa para el desarrollo social
Karina Paola Valarezo González, Karen Cesibel Valdiviezo Abad, Alfonsina Quezada, Daniela Estefania Gallardo Ledesma, Miguel Túñez
Ombudsman Service to assure Media Accountability and Transparency in Brazilian TV
Jairo Faria Guedes Coelho, Juliana Soares Mendes, Fernando Oliveira Paulino
Freedom and Political Dependence from the Ethical Perspective of Spanish Journalists
Ruth Rodriguez, Marcel Mauri, Christopher Tullock
Propaganda, internet and citizen activism
Joaquim Paulo Serra
The ethics of the media on the treatment of immigration and citizenship.
Suárez Villegas
A discussão da ética lobatiana em favor do processo ensino-aprendizagem em Comunicação: um questionamento
Alexandre Huady Torres Guimaraes, José Mauricio Conrado Moreira da Silva, Silvia Cristina Cópia Carrilho Martins
Why no fun? Moral engagements with beauty, joy and playfulness
Maaike Martha de Jong
The controversial end of an informative program
Mariana Lameiras de Sousa, Ana Melro, Helena Filipa Carvalho, Vítor de Sousa
Ethics and Communication Agents in Mexico
María Antonieta Rebeil
Political visibility, Youth and ethics: the 'Verdurada' and their narrativities
Rose Luiza Melo Rocha, Denise Tangerino
Child Poverty in the Portuguese Press –mapping a social problem
Paula Cristina Martins, Rui Ramos, Sara Pereira, Madalena Oliveira
The ethics of Communication: the structural limits to the ethics of society
Alberto Montoya
Journalism and ethics: Some notes about Brazil and Portugal
Ana Lúcia Prado Santos ALPRS
Ethics in the digital era: challenges of hipermedial alphabetization
Jorge Alberto Hidalgo Toledo
Education and research of the communication in Latin-america. Ethics, crisis and civil change
Gustavo Adolfo León Duarte

[WG] Health Communication and Change

Media V. Communication: Narrative Medicine in Pediatrics
Eva Berger, Isaac Berger
Don’t Fear the Needle: A Community Perspective Approach to Examining H1N1 Flu Vaccination Patterns and Health Communication Awareness in Southern California
Raul Reis, Andrew Schrock
Obesity and poverty in the media: a case study from Brazilian newspaper
Monica Carvalho
Subverting the Marxist Paradigm: Vaccination Discourse in New Zealand Mainstream and Alternative Online Media
Linda-Jean Kenix
ANÁLISE COMPARATIVA DAS ESTRATÉGIAS SEMIÓTICAS DE CAMPANHAS CONTRA O VÍRUS H1N1 EM HOSPITAIS PORTUGUESES E BRASILEIROS.
Brenno A. A. Rodrigues, Samuel Borges Salgado, Maristella Alves do Nascimento
Digital Inclusion of Community Health Workers of Sergipe, Brazil: analysis of literacy practices in information and communication health.
Pablo Boaventura Sales Paixão, Valéria Pinto Freire, Maria de Fátima Monte Lima, Ronaldo Nunes Linhares, Ana Valéria Machado Mendonça
The representation of suicide on the Internet
Michael Uv Westerlund
Self-disclosure: talk individuals into social networks-- A study of self-disclosure and structural support within an online depression support group
Qinfeng Zhu
O discurso erótico na representação dos símbolos sexuais em Televisão
Ícaro Gibran Bastos Sampaio
Reading psychiatry against the grain: Exploring the relevance of ‘postpsychiatry’ for health communication and media studies
Kate Eloise Holland, R Warwick Blood
The H1N1 global pandemic in Australia: risk, perception and culture
R. Warwick Blood, Kate Holland, Simon Chapman, Jane Pirkis, Michelle Imison, Andrea Fogarty, Andrew Dare
This is my cause. T-shirts with messages, an interdisciplinary Austrian-Brazilian dialogue
Margret Jaeger, Márlon Calza
Strengthening Eating Habits through a Communication Program. Case Study: Colegio Inter Canadiense de Puebla.
Jesús Roberto Sánchez Reina, Hilda Gabriela Hernández Flores
Bridging the Knowledge Gap Hypothesis and Differential Gains Model: The Role of Socio-Economic Status, Mass Media, and Interpersonal Communication on Public Knowledge of H1N1 Flu Pandemic in Singapore
Shirley S. Ho
Understanding How Audiences Interpret the Edutainment Soap Makgabaneng: A Textual Analysis
L. Meghan Peirce
El Individualismo Contemporáneo y la Comunicación bajo la Perspectiva de la Cohabitación Cultural
Alexandre Rossato Augusti
COMMUNICATING NUTRITION INFORMATION IN COMMUNITY SETTINGS – A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF SOME INSTITUTINAL APPROACHES IN INDIA
Subba Rao Maruthi Gavarvarapu, Vinod Pavarala
Influenza A: How official sources set the agenda of Portuguese Newspapers?
Teresa Ruão, Felisbela Lopes, Zara Pinto-Coelho, Sandra Marinho
Communication and (ill)healths
Sinikka Torkkola
‘Self Health’ and Societal Health: British press coverage of health inequalities (1998-2009)
David Nigel Deacon, James Stanyer, John Downey, Dominic James Wring
Faith-based Approach to Health and Behavior Change Communication: Potential and Challenges for Rural Communities in Kenya
Nancy Muturi
Health Communication and Swine Flu in the 2009 Muslim Ceremony of Hajj
omid ali masoudi
Journalistic reporting on mental disorders: examples from Swiss newspapers’
Angelica Hüsser, Michael Schanne
From the savage and the possessed one to the citizen: Reflections around the social representations on the persons with disability aborigens in Mexico.
Eduardo García
'Disability in the Uruguayan Media’
Natalia Mattioli, Raul de Mora Jimenez
Young TV producers reporting on HIV/AIDS
Nanna Helene Engebretsen

[WG] Islam and Media

Position and Rights of Non-Muslims in Islamic States: Perceptions by Different Muslim Groups in Northern Sudan
Osman Mohamed Osman Ali
Multiculturalism, identity and freedom of speech: Islam and the Geert Wilders Case.
Elizabeth Anne Poole
Representation of the Gaza News in the media
Reza Naghibulsadat, Ali Asghar Kia
Image Analysis of the Arab Community in Romania
Emilia Dragomir
Western Media Amid Growing Religious Extremism in Pakistan: Non-Muslim Perspective’ in United States of America, Germany, Australia and United Kingdom about Islam and Muslims
Shaista Malik
The Rise and Fall of the Public Sphere in Muslim Society: Media and Malaysia
Jack Lule
Practices, Behaviors and Attitudes: Public Opinion Change in the Arab-Muslim World
Nuria Simelio, José María Perceval, Santiago Tejedor
Among the war of images, the images of a conflict: a look on the Israeli / Palestinian conflict through Avi Mograbi’s documentaries
Fernando Resende, Francisco Ferraz
Image and ideology: media polarizations after 9/11
Alberto Klein
Bosniaks: Disoriented Role Models for Muslim Europeans
Adisa N/A Busuladzic
Coverage of Women in the Religious Magazines of Pakistan (2000-2009)
Bushra Hameedur Rahman
Challenges of Establishing Native Ethnographer’s Authority Amidst Discourses of Terror
Tabassum Khan

[WG] Media Production Analysis

Voces en conflictos midiáticos: análisis de los medios de comunicación sobre cuestiones de educación en Portugal.
antonio francisco ribeiro freitas
Changing production culture in entertainment - A case study of television satire
Hanne Bruun
How far to the global? Lived experiences of media production at the margins
Ivan Kwek
Insurgent rule? Aligning to technological innovation and convergence in media production
Rui Alexandre Novais, Luisa Silva
Participatory culture in online journalism. A case of a blog team and an institutional online newspaper editorial
Pernilla Patricia Severson
Changes in Radio Program Production and Audience Habit in Korea
Joo-Yeun Park
Breaking News as radicalisation - the categorisations of news through myths and tasks in 3 Danish Online newsrooms.
Jannie Moeller Hartley
Managing the Public Debate: Attitudes and Strategies of Catalan Online Newsrooms towards Comments in News
David Domingo, Carles Ruiz, Josep Lluís Micó, Pere Masip, Javier Díaz Noci
Documentary Filmmaking Ethics: the filmed vs. the film
willemien sanders
Implications of media convergence in Mexico: the case of Grupo Imagen
María Elena Meneses
Quality in public service television production.
Roel Puijk
The journalists’ view on commercialization
Ingela Wadbring
Collaboration in Media Production: How Can Network Theory Explain Today’s Digital Media Environment?
amy schmitz weiss
Digital feature journalism: how discursive practices of an online newsroom affect genre development
Steen Steensen
Making 'The Daily Me': Technology, economics and habit in the mainstream assimilation of personalized news
Neil James Thurman
Analyzing workflow in a converged newsroom
Paschalia-Lia Spyridou, Andreas Veglis
Creative Constraints and Informal Reflexivity in Independent Documentary Development
Anna R. E. Zoellner
The Network of News Production
Anja Bechmann
Self conceptions of TV entertainment producers and editors
M. Bjørn von Rimscha
The institutional transformation of public television in Spain (TVE): Internal and external perceptions
José María García de Madariaga, Fernando Tucho, Juan Calvi
Ethnography of journalistic production – case studies of Brazilian press
isabel siqueira travancas
The role of social networking as a newsgathering tool in the coverage of the Iranian elections in 2009.
Megan Knight
Characteristics of synergetic production in a 24-hour live channel
Maria Theresa Konow Lund
Beijing: A media capital where media is produced glocally
Angela Lin Huang
Are News Promoting Human Rights? – Observing News Production Processes and Its Influence on Human Rights News
Susana Sampaio Dias
The influence of the Internet on Portuguese press
Helena Dias Lima, Nuno Moutinho, Hélder Bastos
Help me Investigate: the social practices of investigative journalism
Jonathan Joseph Hickman
Disappearing journalistic authority
Merja K. Helle, Maija Töyry
"'O Meu Telejornal' is no longer ours"
Luis Miguel Loureiro, Felisbela Lopes

[WG] Media, Religion and Culture

¿Exotics or invisibles?: Indigenous issues and ethnic media in Colombia
Maurizio Ali
Broadcasting, Ethnic Narratives, and Conflict in the Horn of Africa
ali noor mohamed
Online Religion in Nigeria: the Internet Church and Cyber Miracles
Innocent Eberechi Chiluwa
Preservation vs. Change – Manifestations of Feminist Discourse in Commercial Family Magazines in Ultra-Orthodox Society in Israel
Orly Tsarfaty, Dalia Liran-Alper
Media, religion and ritual
Mihai Coman
Pope Benedict XVI and the Ratsbone accident: the representation of Islam and the 'clash of civilizations' in the Italian media
martina ambrosini
Religion and Other Scientific and Medical Alternatives to Blood Transfusions: “A case of the Jehovah’s Witnesses”
Joseph Muyangata
“RELIGIOSITY ON WHEELS”: A cultural analysis of religious paintings on transport lorries and buses in Nigeria
WALTER CHIKWE IHEJIRIKA, KATE A OMENUGHA
RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE IN AFRICA Religious programmes with a political dimension on the confessional radios in West Africa
Etienne Laketienkoia DAMOME
Bolivians in São Paulo – Brazil: Multiculturalism, Labour Migrations and Citizen’s Practices
Danilo Borges Dias
A mídia na Igrja Universal
josé wagner ribeiro
The New England Execution Sermon: Texts, Rituals, and Power
Mark Winston Brewin
Articulating universal human values and mediating citizenship: The participative dimension of Contemporary Christian Music
Vicky Ho
Faith in the Net: Toward the creation of networks Religious Recognition
Luis Ignacio Sierra
Is media antipathy to religion eroding citizenship?
Maria Diomira Way
Everyday religiousness as the communication. Conversational strategies, cooperation with mass-media and authorities in Catholic and Orthodox Church amongst other religious movements, incl. sects, cults and individual cases of spiritual searches in Syberia
Jedrzej Morawiecki, Bartosz Jastrzebski
Spirituality of Slovak University Students Using the Internet
Juraj Povazan, Juraj Holdos
The media reception of the shifting of religious proclivity in Brazil
marilia pacheco fiorillo
Participation Gap of Youth in China in the Emerging New Media Context
Yunxia Pang
Meios de comunicação e religião - mútuas contaminações
malena segura contrera
“Qasr El Nile Bridge and the De-traditionalisation of Space”
Tarik Sabry
Participatory communication - new possibilities for Catholics and other denominations in Poland
Janina Fras
Taking time for Reading Scriptural Text – Drawing out Continuity:
Francis Daniel Coffey
Fé na mídia: a mediatização das imagens de religão na TV
Heinrich Araujo Fonteles
Espetáculo religioso e Mídia: o novo sacerdócio mediatizado.
Jacqueline Dolghie
Media, Hinduism & Buddhism: Mainstream media coverage of Asia’s two major religions
Abhijit Sen
Media's Influence on the Changing Rural Public Space in Multi-ethnic Regions (1960-2010): A Cross-cultural Study of Jishishan, China
Tao Liu, Linsen Su
Internet as a missionary tool
sara balonas, rosa cabecinhas
Catholics in Russian Media: citizens but strangers?
Victor Khroul
Muslim Youths and political engagement in the UK: How social networking websites affects the political engagement of Muslim youths in the UK
Khalil Al Agha
Online Spaces and the Ethno-religious Divide in the Philippines: A Deliberative Democracy or Agonistic Pluralism?
Cheryll Ruth Reyes Soriano
MEDIA, RELIGION AND ENTERTAINMENT: HOW THE FAITH SPECTACLES MOLD THE CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOSITY
Karla Regina Macena Pereira Patriota, Pedro Paulo Procópio de Oliveira Santos, Rogério Bronsztein
MEIOS DE COMUNICAÇÃO E RELIGIOSIDADE - CONFIGURAÇÕES RELIGIOSAS NO ESPAÇO MEDIÁTICO
andreia perroni escudero
Media as a Mediator through the Institution of Religion
Kishwar Sultana
Appraising the Appraisal: A critique of the ‘Appraisal’ variable in quantitative and qualitative approaches
fabro steibel, Milena Marinkova
From Risk to Hatred?: Relationship between Religious Risk Perception, Media Consumption and Prejudice in Pakistan.
Nasim Ahmad
Mass Education and Peace Building: Exploring the Media Option in the Niger Delta
Odamah Aliyu Musa
The Religious Oratory of the Catholic Charismatic Renovation: Case Study
Cinira Maria Barbosa Leite
Imagen, fantasmagoría y religión. Pensar la economía de la religión desde la comunicación.
Víctor Silva Echeto Silva Echeto vimasi, Víctor Silva Echeto Silva Echeto
The Place of African Communication in Christian Worship in Nigeria A Study of Its Forms and Characteristics As Applied Among The Urhobo Christian Community in Nigeria
Harvey G.O., Igben
Gender Wars around Religion and Tradition in Sembene Ousmane’s Moolaade
Dominica Dipio
Faith in the Net: Toward the creation of networks Religious Recognition
Luis Ignacio Sierra Gutiérrez

[WG] Popular Culture

The Life, The Music, and The Identity, of OURS ------ A study of Guangzhou independent bands’ lifestyle and music production
Jieying WANG
RTP-Açores television fiction. An essay on Açorianidade
Catarina Burnay
The online stage: heteronormative self representation and popular online communication
Sofie Van Bauwel, Sander De Ridder
The Hybridization of Bollywood movies: Indian popular cultural products incorporate American-Western themes and ideas.
Abhijit Sen
Popular TV’s contribution to moral-emotional repertories of its audiences.
Tonny Krijnen
Do-it-Yourself Politicotainment: Lebanese Bloggers in the Arab Hub
Kristina Maj Riegert
The Empire of Love: the post war colonial romance novel
Deborah Philips
Popular magazines exposure and eating attitudes impacts in teenage girls
Maria Joao Cunha Silvestre
Celebrities in media: comparing two different types of emergence
Lígia Campos de Cerqueira Lana
Exemplary citizenship: Accommodating Big names in a small culture
Barry J King
‘Americanizing’ the Chinese Martial Arts Film Genre: Transculturation in Kung Fu Panda and Kill Bill
Yock Sian Tee, Vivian Chen
At the crossroads of the formal and popular: convergence culture and new publics in Zimbabwe
Wendy Willems
“Justin Timberlake, you got my thirty bucks!”: Celebrity Crisis Media Events
Sue Collins
APAFunk: developing citizenship through a popular music genre
Pablo Laignier
Popular Culture in an Aging Society: Changes in Japanese Advertising?
Michael Prieler, Florian Kohlbacher, Shigeru Hagiwara, Akie Arima
A Cinderella Story?Telenovela reception among diaspora girls in Flanders, Belgium
Fien Adriaens
Innovation and Television Formats. A Media and Cultural Studies Approach
Lothar Mikos, Stefanie Armbruster
Glee goes global: The intersection of corporate promotion and fan culture in Fox Italy’s flash mob
Jessica Ann Birthisel
Memory and Celebrity: an analysis of “Who Do you Think You Are?”
Peter Lunt
Communicating Stars - Analyzing the awards show as cross-media celebrity culture
Helle Kannik Haastrup
Consumption Practices in Women’s and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines: Analysing Post-Feminism’s ‘Others’
Claudia Alvares
Re-conceptualising work: Popular current affairs television and the discursive formation of the citizen in the new world of work.
John Joseph Benson
Geography, Gender and the Television Mini-series: Redrawing the Boundaries of National Culture in Brazil
Niall Brennan
Learning About Being a Girl from the Disney Exotic Princesses
Diana Iulia Nastasia, Charu Uppal
From Success to Failure: The Global Televisual Circulation of "Ugly Betty"
Isabel Molina-Guzman
Godly Superheroes, Superheroic Gods and National Identity
Santanu Chakrabarti
Public participation in brazilian soap operas: Contributions for a critical anlysis of quality in television fiction
Clarice Greco Alves
Candy or poison? A critical discourse analysis of news coverage of video games in Taiwan
Ying-chia Hazel Lin
The emerging media exchange in the cultural regionalization of Asia
peichi chung
Citizenship, culture and media
Jean-Martin Rabot
Tears ´R Us: Transparency and corpreal authenticity on the screen
Anja Maria Hirdman
Lion King vs. Shrek -gender roles in contemporary animated films
Arkadiusz Lewicki
Brazilian media and reggae music: shaping new discourses about culture
Leonardo Alvares Vidigal

[WG] Post-Socialist, Post-Authoritarian

Empowering citizenship: media practitioners on moderation of populist xenophobia in Belarus
Galina Miazhevich
Trusted media, untrusted journalists: paradoxes of post-communist press
Mihai Coman
Patriotic Media and the European Public Sphere: A Comparative Analysis of the News Coverage of the Patria Affair in Slovenia and Finland
Ksenija Vidmar Horvat, Hannu Nieminen
Elite continuity in Latin American democratization
Colin Sparks
Performing and resisting the state: the case of the televised ‘music’ gala in Zimbabwe
Wendy Willems
La Voz de Galicia: Generational identification in the Spanish political Transition to democracy
Marcos Sebastián Pérez
‘I am a grass mud horse’: Anti-vulgar Movement, Censorship, and Online Activism of the Chinese Netizens
Dianlin Huang
USAGE OF PRESS AS A HEGEMONIC STRUGGLE FIELD “Turning Soldier Elites into Enemies”
nuket elpeze ergec
Elections media coverage in the Post-Soviet countries during 2008/2010 political period
Andrei Vadimovich Raskin
Post-Authoritarian States and Television:Comparing Korea and Taiwan, A path-dependency approach
Lihyun LIN
The authorship is the message
Nataliya Ikonnikova
Citizen journalism in Russia
Yassen N. Zassoursky, Yassen N. Zassoursky
Blogging on Russia versus reporting on Russia. What Russia are we talking about?
Hedwig de Smaele
Twenty years of media change in Russia: what does it tell us about the West?
Hedwig de Smaele
From a dictatorship of the Party to the dictatorship of the market, or…? Examining public TV practices in the Visegrád group
Marina Mikhailovna Pavlikova
Political Leadership Rebranding: New Communication Principles in Russian Politics
Anastasia Grusha
Citizen participation, media and political change. On Harun Farocki and Andrej Ujica’s Videograms of a revolution
David Montero, Jose Manuel Moreno
Changes and Continuities in media system in the post-democratization – a Case study of Far Eastern democracies
Seongbin Hwang
Assessing Eastern European Media Twenty Years after the Fall of Communism
Diana Iulia Nastasia, Sorin Nastasia
The Culture Of Journalism in the Post-Soviet Space: Characteristics and Future Trends
Inta Brikse
Pluralist Media in Kenya: A critical view
Elisabet Maria Erika Helander
Local communication matters? - local information services and civic journalism in the creation of the civic society – the case of Poland
Ilona Biernacka-Ligieza
Different Strategies of Latvia’s Russian-Language Newspapers: Between Ethnicity and Citizenship
Ainars Dimants

[ET] Crisis Communication

The role of proximity in international news coverage of crises: A critical discourse analysis of the mediation of the 2003 SARS outbreak.
Stijn Joye
Media and Swine flu outbreak in Mexico: a survey study
Uriel Caballero González
'Anti-crisis' programs in 23 world cities: the communication of local governments to face up to the financial tsunami
Alberto Carrera
Comparing Strawberries and Quandongs: Assessing International Crisis Response Consistency Across Industries
Audra Rebecca Diers
New-media uses in war time: Internet-based collaborations during the Israel- Hezbollah war (2006)
Azi Lev-On
Crisis Communication and the Role of Stakeholder Attributions: The Effects of Covariation Information and Attributional Inferences on Organizational Reputation
Andreas Schwarz
Extending the Media Hype Concept in Prolonged Crisis Coverage: How should Organizations Respond?
Guat-Jane Lam, Casie Pei-Shi Eng, Cheryl Mei-Xian Quek, Charlene Wei-Ling Ho, Augustine Pang
New Media and Celebrity Crisis Communication: A Study of Edison Chen’s Image Repair Strategies arising from Sex Scandal
Han-Joo Chiew, Chitraveni Kumar, Elaine Geok-Choon Lim, Augustine Pang
Suicide communication on the Internet
Michael Uv Westerlund
Managing Reputational Risk: Creating a safety net through Corporate Communication programs
Paulo Salgado, Teresa Ruão, Susana Machado
Legitimation Endeavor: A model of “Orchestrated Persuasive Communication” practiced by the Chinese Government in Public Crises
Zhengye (Jenny) Hou, shujun (Penny) jiang
CORPORATE BLOGS: NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ORGANIZATIONAL CRISIS RESPONSE
Li Qian, Wan-Ying Lin
Addressing the Media: A Study of China’s Government Spokesperson System in Times of Crises
Ni CHEN
Multidimensional crises: A theoretical challenge
Eva-Karin Olsson, Jesper Falkheimer, Åsa Thelander
PREVENCIÓN EFICAZ DE SITUACIONES DE CRISIS: LA GESTIÓN DEL ISSUES MANAGEMENT
Kathy Matilla
Crisis Preparedness versus Paranoia: A Conceptual Model of the Effects of Over Communication of Crisis Preparedness Messages by Governments
Rasiah Raslyn Agatha, Kester Yi-Xun Tay, Augustine Pang, May O Lwin
Information warfare under the crisis conditions: The experience of Russia (2008-2009)
Evgeny Nikolaevich Pashentsev
Crisis Communication and managing Muhammad cartoon crisis from a stakeholder perspective: The Swedish and Danish case
Kristina Lindholm, Eva Karin Olsson
Motivations of Text-Based Donations During Hatian Earthquake
L. Meghan Peirce, Emil Bakke
Citizen camera-reporting and the Iran election crisis
Mervi Pantti, Kari Andén-Papadopoulos
Crisis and “citizen” constructions in traditional and new media: comparing political, corporate, medial and public crises communications
Juliana Raupp, Friederike Schultz
The medium is the message? Perceptions of crisis communication strategies on twitter, blogs and traditional media
Friederike Schultz, Sonja Utz
Crisis communication and the image of Mexico during the H1N1 influenza pandemic
Alejandro Macedo, Omar Macedo, Yadira Pérez
Militants or Civilians: An analysis of the Niger Delta Crisis in Nigeria
Aretha Oluwakemi Asakitikpi, Aderogba Adeyemi
Naming is Framing: Swine Flu, New Flu, and AH1N1
Orla Vigsø
Making a Connection: Social Media’s Key Role in the Coverage of the Haiti Earthquake and in the Relief Efforts
Kris Kodrich, Melinda Laituri
Social Media Monitoring in Crisis Communication: An Example of H1N1 Vaccine Crisis in Taiwan
Yi-Chen Debbie Wu
When sorry seems to be the hardest word... -The rhetorical crisis communication strategies of female politicians in Norway and Sweden
Elin Strand Hornnes
The rhetoric of risk in the news about pandemics
Joaquim Paulo Serra
Opinions on a pandemic influenza Swedish general public about risks, authorities and media coverage of the Swine Flu 2009
Marina Ghersetti, Tomas Andersson Odén
Crisis Communication on YouTube
Kari Andén-Papadopoulos
Available in Perpetuity: Citizen Challenges to School Shooter Imagery
Marguerite Moritz
Witness to War: Photojournalism in Times of Crisis
Stuart Allan
Crisis and Semantic Networks for Communication Components for Top and Bottom-Ranked Global Corporations in Reputation
James A. Danowski

[ET] Visual Culture

Visual Deterrence, on Virilio and Information War
Catarina Patrício Leitão
Information and Cognitive Processes in Art Appreciation
Fen Lin, Mike Yao
Visual Framing. How Images Effect Information Processing and Emotional Responses to Journalistic Messages about the war in Gaza
Cornelia Brantner, Katharina Lobinger, Irmgard Wetzstein
Aesthetization of violence and contemporary cinema: death meets sensuality
Rose de Melo Rocha, Daniel B. Portugal
Urban Interactions on the Quotidian Dressing
Márlon Calza
Universal Visuality - a methodological approach
Andrzej Gwizdalski
Framing War. Domesticity and the Visuality of Conflict
Isabel Capeloa Gil
Picturing contemporary landscape: research through Augusto Alves da Silva's gaze
teresa mora, helena pires
20 Years of Visual Studies in Communication. Trends and Developments in International, European and German Visual Communication Research.
Katharina Lobinger, Elke Grittmann
The graphic idea of periodicals in relation to reading using e-readers
Maurício Furlanetto, Paula Jung Rocha
Avatar, 3D AND CULTURAL VISION
Deborah Anne Tudor
Cinema of the Future: Studies on Stereocopic Technology, Aesthetics and Hybrid Identity of 3D Cinema
chan ka lok sobel
Visualizing the World Order in Korean television dramas
Myoung-Hye Kim
Cultural Study of young people in North Korea
Sunny Yoon
The visual Culture of Medicine in Portugal
António Fernando Cascais
Transgression as operator of consumption and creation of fashion in contemporary visual communication
Fabio Pezzi Parode, Paula Visona, Michael Melchiors
The ghettos in the globalization era: visual cultures that emerge defying design and communication
Alexandre Rocha da Silva, Fábio Pezzi Parode, Ione Maria Ghislene Bentz
Mapping visibilities of Turkey between 1948-1952: Marshall Plan Films and birth of development discourse in Turkey
Altug Akin
Individual expressions and collective perceptions: Tattoos as transgressive visual culture in Singapore
Yanling Sarah Khiu, Wai Yin Ip
Binding Logics in Art
Silvia Pinto
Real and fiction in contemporary documentary
Thalita Cruz Bastos
A preservação do patrimônio material: despertar o olhar e a importância da preservação da memória com fotografia e meios digitais em ambiente de ensino
Manoel Roberto Lima, Patricia Passos
The film-elicitation as a teaching tool in Information and Communication Sciences
Nayra Vacaflor, Marie-Julie Catoir
Ultramarine Blues: the filmic memorial of the salted sea ballad
Maria do Carmo Piçarra
Online Journalism Design: A Challenge to Achieve
Ana Serrano Tellería
The simulation through the image: war and trauma in Harun Farocki's Immersion
Icaro Ferraz Vidal Junior
O audiovisual gaúcho contemporâneo: marcas narrativas e estéticas
Miriam de Souza Rossini
Visualizing Global Tensions and Local Concessions in a Rural Community
Kristina Juraitė

[JS] Policies for Community Communication

Civil society media (CSM), communication rights and digital switchover in Brazil: establishing a framework to an international comparative perspective
Adilson Cabral, Eula Cabral
Digital Reinvention in Remote Australia
Ellie Rennie
ICTs and Citizenship: A Framework for Progressive Policies
Parminder Jeet Singh


 

 

 

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