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Scheduled Conference Title
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Confronting Audience Research: A Methodological Comparison between Focus Group and Small Group Research Designs in Assessing Prejudice Abstract
Karin Wilkins
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Connected and distracted: walking bodies and narrative action Abstract
Mágda Rodrigues da Cunha
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Coverage patterns of Korean media on the ‘Candle light movement and their political and ideological meanings - A Semiotic Network Analysis on media coverage - Abstract
Seon-Gi Baek, Eun-Jung Baeck, Hae-Young Hwang
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Covering Copenhagen: Lessons from a Transnational Study of Journalism Abstract
Risto Kunelius, Elisabeth Eide, Ibrahim Saleh, Anna Roosvall, Billy Savorno, Daniel Hermann, Oliver Hahn, Ville Kumpu
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Criticism of the Police in the News Abstract
Ester Edla Pollack, Sigurd Allern
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Criticism of the Police in the News Abstract
Ester Pollack
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Defining and Analyzing Journalism under the Terms of Hybridity Abstract
maja malik, amy schmitz weiss
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Difficulties in the link between being citizens and audiences Abstract
Rebeca Padilla
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Digital Journalism Education: a comparative study on the Brazilian scenario Abstract
Elizabeth Saad Corrêa
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Diversification of Journalism Education in Developing Countries: Abstract
Richard E Shafer
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Domesticating international news in China – a case study of Beijing Youth Daily Abstract
Shixin Ivy Zhang
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Dynamics of Symbolic Power of the Producers of Colombian Television Political News and Their Local Audiences Abstract
Adriana Angel, Julián Andrés Burgos
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship ELECTRONIC APPROACH TO TEACHING JOURNALISM: A PEDAGOGICAL PERSPECTIVE Abstract
Manisha P Pandey
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Elite British Press Discourses on Tiananmen as a News Icon Abstract
Chin-Chuan Lee, Francis Lap Fung Lee, Charles Man
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Emerging Consumption Patterns among Young People of Traditional and Internet News Platforms in the Low Countries Abstract
Anna Van Cauwenberge, Leen d'Haenens, Hans Beentjes
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship ENCLAVES AND DILEMMAS OF RECEPTION. FAMILY FARMERS AND AGRICULTURAL PRESS Abstract
Edgardo Luis Carniglia
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship European Trends in Journalism Education Abstract
georgios terzis
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Events and homophobia: agenda setting, newsworthiness and framing Abstract
Elton Antunes, Paulo Bernardo Vaz
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Examining the Linkage Between Journalistic Performance and Citizen Assessments of Media Abstract
Lee Bernard Becker, Tudor Vlad, Cynthia English
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Exploring online experiences of young people in rural areas Abstract
Fatimah Awan, David Gauntlett
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship For a Socially Responsible Journalism: Poverty and Exclusion in Chilean Media Abstract
Victoria Uranga, Catalina Littin
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Foreign Press, Home Politics. The case of the Spanish Transition to Democracy (1975-1978) Abstract
Jaume Guillamet
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship From history to news: the process of times hierarchyzation in journalistic narratives in Brazil Abstract
Leticia Cantarela Matheus, Marialva Carlos Barbosa
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship From Journalism Education to Media Education in Russia: Contemporary trends in historical context Abstract
Slavka Borissova Antonova, Richard Shafer
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship From journalists' press to great media groups' press: The reaction to Spanish political Transition Abstract
Marcos Sebastián Pérez
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Global Journalism 2.0 Abstract
Herman Wasserman
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Guarding the Floodgates: Ethical and Legal Issues in Participatory Online Journalism Abstract
Jane B. Singer, Ari A. Heinonen, David Domingo, Alfred Hermida, Steve Paulussen, Thorsten Quandt, Zvi Reich, Marina Vujnovic
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Hacia una idea poscolonial de periodismo, towards a postcolonial idea of journalism Abstract
Rodrigo Araya
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Harnessing Citizen Voices:Managing User-Generated Content as a Strategic Element of News Competition Abstract
Cheryl Ann Hollifield
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Hebrew journalists in European Empires: Control, Censorship and How They Bypassed It? Abstract
Gideon Kouts
 
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