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Scheduled Conference Title
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Social Media and Participatory Journalism: A New Model for Journalism Education? Abstract
Bernardo H. Motta
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Sourcing homelessness: How journalists use sources to frame homelessness Abstract
Barbara Schneider
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Sourcing Practices: Stability in the Midst of Change Abstract
Zvi Reich, Alex Nirenburg
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Studying journalistic role conceptions and content cross-nationally. How wide is the gap between theory and practice? Abstract
Arjen van Dalen
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Subconscius class consciousness? The reception of class dimensions in Three Loves, Falcon Crest and TV News Abstract
Sven Ross
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Substituting news for poetry – The Estado de São Paulo fight against censure in Brazilian dictators years Abstract
Eugenia Cabral, Paulo Júnior Pinheiro
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Teach communication ethics: improve the philosophical mind Abstract
Mónica Codina Blasco
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Teaching journalism in the Arab world; Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC) as a case study Abstract
Abdulmonam Mansoor Al-Hasani, Abdullah Khamis Al-Kindi
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Televising the “Real” and “Fictional” Cuban Revolution, 1959-1960 Abstract
Yeidy M Rivero
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Television News Agencies: The first three decades Abstract
Chris Paterson, Zuzana Zabkova
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Television, Citizenship and Public Knowledge: The Case of the Television Entrepreneurs Abstract
Raymond Boyle
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Affective Audiences of Facebook Abstract
Lisbeth Klastrup
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The April 5th Movement: Birth of China’s Citizen Photojournalism and New Social Documentary Tradition Abstract
Shi Li
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Australian Asbestos Network – how journalism can address a public health disaster Abstract
Gail Ann Phillips, Mia Kersti Maria Lindgren
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Chinese Peasants in the Process of Economic Reform: An Analysis of New York Time’s Editorials and Opinion Columns, 1981-2008 Abstract
Francis L. F. Lee, Chin-chuan Lee, Nina Li
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The contemporary status of Czech journalists: the spokespersons´ view Abstract
Jan Jirak, Barbara Kopplova
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Discursive and Social Paradigm of Al-Jazeera English Abstract
leon Yousif Barkho
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The effects of news frames on viewers’ perceptions of international conflicts and crises Abstract
Arne Freya Zillich, Roland Göbbel, Georg Ruhrmann
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The ethos of freelance journalists and information work Abstract
Martina Ladendorf
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Evolution of a Journalism Reform Programme: The Lessons of International Innovation Journalism Initiatives 2004–2010 Abstract
David Nordfors, Turo Uskali, Additional Authors
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The explosion of journalism schools in post-communist countries: the battle for the control of the cultural capital Abstract
Mihai Coman
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Future of Journalism: Artificial Intelligence And Digital Identities Abstract
Noam Lemelshtrich Latar, David Nordfors
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The impact of music in advertisements: An empirical approach towards the understanding of musical fit Abstract
Rebecca Preß
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Influence of Media vs Peers and Parents on Body Dissatisfaction Amongst Children in Singapore Abstract
May O Lwin, Shelly Malik
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The intersection between "obvious" and "catalyzed public" through the mediating domain of civic cultures. Abstract
Maria Francesca Murru
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Land: Stabilizing the soil with words and pictures Abstract
Sarah Augusta Lewison
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The mass media and Journalism Education situations in Central Asia Abstract
Bakhitbay Nurlibaevich Paluanov
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Newsroom and Social Change: How the U.S. Journalism Review Movement of the 1960s and 1970s Reflected Societal Forces Abstract
Susan Keith
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The peril of ‘paid’ news in the world’s largest democracy Abstract
Daya Thussu
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The Press Association’s 1926 Acquisition of Reuters: The involvement and implications for the Irish newspaper industry Abstract
James Thomas O'Donnell
 
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