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AEJMC 2016

Bock, M., Lough, K., Fadnis, D. (2016). “Her” Photographer: The Roanoke Live Shot Murders and Visual Communication’s Place in the Newsroom. Paper accepted for presentation at the 2016 AEJMC Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

García-Perdomo, V., Aruth-Sturm, H. (2016). Strangers in the Field: Public Perception of Professionals, Technology, Audiences, and the Boundaries of Journalism. Paper accepted for presentation at the 2016 AEJMC Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Graber, S. M. (2016). War of Perception: A Habermasian Discourse Analysis of Human Shield Newspaper Reporting during the 2014 Gaza War. Presented at the AEJMC Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Harlow, S., Salaverría, R., Kilgo, D., García-Perdomo, V., (2016). Visual Dissent: Examining Framing, Multimedia, and Social Media Recommendations in Protest Coverage of Ayotzinapa, Mexico*.  Paper accepted for presentation at the 2016 AEJMC Conference, Minneapolis, MN. (*First place, paper research competition International Communication Division).

Jung, H. (August, 2016). Necessary complexity of transnational media culture: K-pop in the West. Paper accepted for presentation at the Association for Education in Journalism          and Mass Communication Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Kilgo, D., Boulter, T., & Coleman, R. See it in his eyes: Linking nonverbal behavior to character traits in impression formation of politicians. Paper presented to the Visual Communication Division of AEJMC, Minneapolis, MN, August 2016.

Kilgo, D.K.; Mourao, R..; Sylvie, G. (2016).  Did Black Lives Matter? The evolution of protest coverage after the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown Accepted for Presentation in International Communication Division, AEJMC. 

Kilgo, D.K.; Harlow, S.; Garcia, V.; Salaverria, R. (2016).  An New Sensation? Exploring Sensationalism, Online Journalism and Social Media Audiences across the Americas. Accepted for Presentation in International Communication Division. AEJMC

Kilgo, D., Harlow, S., García-Perdomo, V., Salaverría, R. (2016). If it Bleeds, it Leads, but is it Shared? An Exploration of Sensationalism and Social Media Recommendations in Digitally Native News Publications in the Americas. Paper accepted for presentation at the 2016 AEJMC Conference, Minneapolis, MN. 

Lu, S. (2016). Hail the Lucky Money on WeChat: The rising cultural form on the Chinese mobile Internet. Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). Minneapolis, MN.

Lu, S. (2016). One newspaper, double faces: A cross-platform content analysis of People’s Daily on Twitter and Weibo. Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). Minneapolis, MN.

McGregor, S.C. & Molyneux, L. (2016). Twitter’s influence on news judgment: An experiment among journalists. (accepted for presentation to Newspaper & Online News Division, 2016 AEJMC annual conference, Minneapolis, MN).

McGregor, S. & Mourao, R.R. (August, 2016). "Second Screening Donald Trump: Conditional Indirect Effects on Political Participation", paper accepted at the Political Participation Interest Group.

Ng, M., Chen, G. M., & Chen, V. Y. “Quizzical Attraction of Online Personality Quizzes: A Uses and Gratifications Perspective” Paper accepted for presentation at the AEJMC Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN. August 4-7, 2016.

Oz, M. (August, 2016). Does Paris matter more than Beirut and Ankara? A Content Analysis of Frames Employed in Terrorism Coverage. Accepted for presentation to the International Communication Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication for its annual conference. Minneapolis, MN. 

Pain, P. & Chen, V. Y. “When I ask a question, they look at me strangely.” Paper accepted for presentation at the AEJMC Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN. August 4-7, 2016.

Saldaña, M., Cueva, L., García-Perdomo, V. (2016). When Gaps Become Huuuuge: Donald Trump and Beliefs about Immigration. Paper accepted for presentation at the 2016 AEJMC Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Shahin, S. (2016, August). Facing up to Facebook: How digital activism, mass media, and independent regulation foiled a capitalist threat to net neutrality. Paper accepted for presentation at the AEJMC annual conference (Communication Technology Division) in Minneapolis. *Jung-Sook Lee Top Student Paper Award (2nd place).

Tanikawa, M. (2016). Do large countries hunger for information less? A country's size and strengths as determinants of foreign news volume. Paper presented at AEJMC Conference, Minneapolis, MN, August 2016. 

ICA 2016

Chen, G.M., Fadnis, D., & Lu, S. (2016). Unspiraling the silence: Online incivility and likelihood to speak out about safety of childhood vaccines. Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). Fukuoka, Japan.

Chen W., Lu, S., Li, X., & Zheng, P. (2016). Smog in the mirror house: Framing under the dome. Chinese Internet Research Conference & Post-conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). Shanghai, China.

Chen, W. & Lu, S. (2016). Let’s come together to connect the world: Charming, Charmed, Mark Zuckerberg and China’s Soft Power. Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). Fukuoka, Japan.

Chen, VY.,  P., & Pain, P. What changed public opinion on the same sex marriage issue? New implications of attributes in media agenda setting. Selected for presentation International Communication Association, 2016

Chen, G. M., & Zheng, P. (June 2016) The “Defensive Effect”: Uncivil Comments Indirectly Increase Intention to Participate Politically, Through Negative Affect. Accepted for presentation at 2016 ICA annual conference, Japan.

Chyi, H. I. & Tenenboim, O. (2016). Reality Check: The Performance Gap between U.S. Newspapers' Print and Online Products, 2007-2015. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan.

García-Perdomo, V., Spence, J., Straubhaar, J., Mora, A. Second Screening in Latin America: a window for added engagement with TV industry. Paper accepted at the 2016 ICA Conference, Fukuoka, Japan.  

Hasell, A. A. & McGregor, S. C. (2016). Black-Box Algorithms: Scholarly use of proprietary coding software in communication research. (accepted for presentation at ICA preconference: Communication Research Methods 2016: Practices & Challenges).

Holton, A., Lee, A. M., & Chen, V. Y. “Extending Explications of News Overload: Effects of content and topic specific factors on selective scanning and news avoidance.” Paper accepted for presentation at the ICA. Fukuoka, Japan. June 9-13, 2016.  

Lu, S., Chen, G.M., & Fadnis, D. (2016) Trolling the outspokenness: Exploring the effects of incivility on spiral of silence in news comment websites. Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). Fukuoka, Japan.

Manosevitch, I. & Tenenboim, O. (2016). The Multifaceted Role of User-Generated Content in News Websites: A Conceptual Framework. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan.

McCombs, M., Zheng, P., & Pain, P. Psychological geography through the eyes of the New York Times and People’s Daily: A network agenda-setting analysis. Selected for presentation International Communication Association, 2016

Other Conferences in 2015-2016

Audet, Barbara. "Deconstructing 1952:  Print and Broadcasting Redefine Political Reporting During the Eisenhower/Stevenson Election." 2016 Joint Journalism and Communication Conference, March 2016, NY

Chen, V. Y. “Dancing with the giants: A case study of the partnerships between news publishers and online service companies.” Paper presentation at the World Media Economics and Management Conference. New York. May 2-6, 2016.

Chen, V. Y. “Ten-Year Trend Analysis of Agenda Setting Effect On Same-Sex Marriage Coverage.” Paper presented at Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, annual conference, Chicago, IL. November 21, 2015.

Chen, V. Y. “The Causes and Consequences of News Overload” Paper presented at the AEJMC International Regional Conference in Santiago, Chile. October15-17, 2015.

Chen, V.Y., & Pain, P. Media sources and the same sex marriage issue: Through the lens of the agenda setting theory. Selected for presentation WAPOR 2016

Chen, GM., & Pain, P. OBAMACARE in the news: An alternate and mainstream media frame comparison. Selected for presentation WAPOR 2016.

Chen, W., *Lee, S., & Baek, K. (2016). Hybrid: Organizational Membership and Protest Participation in the Age of Social Media and Financial Hardship.  Paper presented at American Sociological Association, Seattle.

Cueva Chacón, L. & Sinta, V. (April, 2016). Objective journalism versus advocacy: What the Ramos-Trump confrontation reveals of the current state of Latino journalism. Paper presented at TAMIU 2016 Conference on Latin American Communication Research in Transnational Settings, Laredo, TX.

Gameel, B., Lu, S., Jung, H., & Johnson, T. (2015). Putting Out Fire with Gasoline in Tahrir Square: Revisiting the Gamson Hypothesis. Annual Conference of the National Communication Association (NCA). Las Vagas, NV.

Garcia, V., & Zheng, P. (May 2016). Paying attention in a unique way: Difference between second screening and TV-only viewers during the U.S. presidential debate. Accepted for presentation at 69th World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR) annual conference, Austin, TX.

García-Perdomo, V. (2015, November). Obsessed with Disseminating News: Analysis of four TV News Channels on Twitter: The case of CNNE, Univision News, Caracol News, and CityTv. Paper presented at the Contemporary Developments on Media and Society Conference in Argentina and Latin America, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

García-Perdomo, V. & Zheng, P. (2016). Paying Attention in a Unique Way: Differences Between Second Screening and TV-only Viewers during the U.S. Presidential Debate. Paper presented at the 2016 Annual WAPOR Conference, Austin, Tx.  

Ghobrial, B., Lu, S., Jung, H., & Johnson, T. (November, 2015). Putting out fire with gasoline in Tahrir square: Revisiting the Gamson hypothesis. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Jung, H. (June, 2016). Transnational media culture and soft power of the Korean Wave in the United States. Paper accepted for presentation at the Korean Wave retrospective: 20 years of history, Vancouver, Canada.

Jung, H. (October, 2015). Narrowing the gap between cultural boundaries: Visiting Korean Wave as soft power in the United States. Paper presented at the Global Fusion conference, College Station, TX.

Kilgo, D.; Yoo, J.; Johnson, T. (2016) Following the leader? Identifying characteristics of anonymous opinion leadership in reddit. Accepted for presentation at the World Association for Public Opinion Research, Austin, TX.

Kilgo, D.; Mourao, R.R.; Sylvie, G. (2016) Framing Ferguson: the interplay of advocacy and journalistic frames in the case of Michael Brown. Accepted for presentation at the Southern States Communication Conference, Austin, TX.  *Top Student Paper.

Lu, S. (2016). Why are they not getting along? An exploratory analysis of belief systems among Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese, 2003-2012.  Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA). Chicago. IL. 

McGregor, S.C. (2016). Media Issue Ownership: Reconciling Partisan News and Issue Ownership. (accepted for presentation at the Political Communication pre-conference, 2016 APSA annual conference, Philadelphia, PA).

McGregor, S.C. & Baym, N. (2016). Relational Labor in Candidates’ Social Media Presence. (accepted for presentation at the Political Communication pre-conference, 2016 APSA annual conference, Philadelphia, PA).

McGregor, S. C., Kreiss, D. & Lawrence, R. G. (2016). “Instastyle”: Campaign Communication In the Selfie Era. (accepted for presentation at 2016 APSA annual conference, Philadelphia, PA). 

McGregor, S. C. & Holton, A. E. (2016). (Mis)informaton and Vaccines: A Network and Content Analysis of Broad and Narrow Conversations on Twitter. (accepted for presentation at 2016 Media Sociology pre-conference, 2016 American Sociological Association annual meeting, Seattle, WA).

McGregor, S. C. & Lawrence, R. G. (2015). Does Strategic Stereotyping ‘Work’ for Candidates? Testing the Effects of Personalization on Public Assessment of Candidate Traits. (presented at at 2015 WAPOR annual conference, Austin, TX).

Oz, M., Zheng, P & Chen, GM. (May, 2016). Civility, Politeness and Discussion Quality on Social Media. Paper presented at WAPOR Annual Conference in Austin, TX. 

Saldaña, M. & Johnson, T. (2016). Reports of Agenda Setting’s Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated: Agenda Sharing Relationships among Traditional Media, Online Only Media and the Public. Paper presented at WAPOR Annual Conference in Austin TX (May 2016).

Saldaña, M. & Pain, P. (2015) Computer analysis for understanding compelling arguments. Big data and the unemployment issue in 2011. Paper presented at MAPOR Annual Conference in Chicago IL (Nov. 2015).

Shahin, S. & Zheng, P. (2016, September). The Iran nuclear deal: How global power relations shape global news. Paper accepted for presentation at the American Political Science Association annual conference (Political Communication Division) in Philadelphia.

Shahin, S. (2016, March). Global politics and the indexing and framing of global news: A six-nation study. Paper presented at the International Studies Association annual conference (International Communication Division) in Atlanta.

Shahin, S. & Jung, H. (2015, October). Music on the Orient Express: Postcolonial readings of U.S. media coverage of Korean Wave and Bollywood musicals. Paper presented at the Global Fusion annual conference in College Station, Texas.

Zheng, P., Gil de Zúñiga, H., Tu, F. & Shahin, S. (2015, November). What’s not to “Like?” How political expression on social media enhances participation. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual conference (Political Communication Division) in Las Vegas.

Zheng, P. & Shahin, S. (2016, May). Locating the ‘paradigm’ in protest paradigm: A comparative network analysis of news framing of protests in Brazil, China, and India. Paper presented at the World Association for Public Opinion Research annual conference in Austin

PUBLICATIONS

Jung, H. (2016). Transnational media culture and soft power of the Korean Wave in the United States. Forthcoming in International Journal of Communication.

Jung, H. (2016). Subtitles in South Korean entertainment television: Focused on a third-person effect. Journal of Entertainment and Media Studies, 2(1), 77-109.

Kilgo, D.K.; Sinta, V. (2016) Six things you didn’t know about headline writing: Sensational form in headline writing of traditional and digitally native news organizations. Research Journal of the International Symposium of Journalism.

Kilgo, D.K. (2015). Media Landscape on Tumblr:  News organization convergence attributes in youth-oriented social media networks. Digital Journalism. (ahead-of-print).

McGregor, S. C. & Reis Mourao, R. (forthcoming). Talking politics on Twitter: gender, elections, and social networks. Social Media + Society

McGregor, S. C., Lawrence, R. G., & Cardona, A. (2016). Personalization, gender, and social media: Gubernatorial candidates’ social media strategies. Information, Communication & Society. (published online ahead of print).

McGregor, S. C., Reis Mourao, R., Neto, I., Straubhaar, J. D. & Anduluci, A. (forthcoming). Second Screening as Convergence in Brazil and the US. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media

Seok Ho Lee, “When ideology meets bottom line: analysis on market competition and ideological bias in newspapers.”Asian Journal of Communication, Advance online publication, 1-20 (March 2016).

Seok Ho Lee and Qian Wang, " A Comparative Investigation Into Press–State Relations: Comparing Source Structures in Three News Agencies’ Coverage of the North Korean Missile Crisis." International Journal of Communication,10, 1907-1928. (April 2016).

Oz, M. (Forthcoming, 2016). Mainstream Media’s Coverage of the Gezi Protests and protesters’ perception of mainstream media. Manuscript accepted for publication.Global Media and Communication Journal. 

Saldaña, M., Sylvie, G. & McGregor, S. (2016). Journalism–Business Tension in Swedish Newsroom Decision Making. Journal of Media Ethics, 31(2), 100-115. 

Saldaña, M., De Macedo Higgins Joyce, V., Schmitz Weiss, A. & Calmon Alves, R. (2016) Sharing the Stage. Analysis of social media adoption by Latin American journalists. Journalism Practice. Prepublished online on March 04. 

Saldaña, M., McGregor, S.C. & Gil de Zúñiga, H. (2015) Social media as a public space for politics: Cross-national comparison of news consumption and participatory behaviors in the UK and U.S. International Journal of Communication, 9(2015), 3304–3326. 

Saldaña, M. & Ardèvol-Abreu, A. (2016). From Compelling Arguments to Compelling Associations at the Third Level of Agenda Setting. In L. Guo & M. McCombs (Eds.), The Power of Information Networks: New Directions for Agenda Setting, (pp. 104-118). New York: Routledge.

Saldaña, M. (forthcoming). Random sampling. In J. Matthes (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. London: Wiley.

Saldaña, M. (forthcoming). Nonrandom sampling. In J. Matthes (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. London: Wiley.

Schmitz Weiss, A., De Macedo Higgins Joyce, V., Saldaña, M. & Alves, R. (forthcoming). Latin American Investigative Journalism Education: Learning Practices, Learning Gaps. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator.

Shahin, S. (2016). Right to be forgotten: How national identity, political orientation, and capitalist ideology structured a trans-Atlantic debate on information access and control. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 93(2), 360-382. Special issue: Information Access and Control in an Age of Big Data. doi: 10.1177/1077699016638835

Shahin, S., Zheng, P., Sturm, H. A., & Fadnis, D. (2016). Protesting the paradigm: A comparative study of news coverage of protests in Brazil, China, and India. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 21(2), 143–164. doi: 10.1177/1940161216631114

Shahin, S. (2016). When scale meets depth: Integrating natural language processing and textual analysis for studying digital corpora. Communication Methods and Measures, 10(1), 28-50. doi: 10.1080/19312458.2015.1118447

Shahin, S. (2016). The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Muslim: Media representations of ‘Islamic punk’ through a postcolonial lens. In J. Smith & B. K. Thakore (Eds.), Race and Contention in Twenty-First Century U.S. Media (pp. 214-230). New York: Routledge.

Shahin, S. (forthcoming). Analysis of messy data. In J. Matthes (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. London: Wiley.

Suran, M.; Kilgo, D.K. (2015). Freedom from the press? How anonymous gatekeepers on Reddit covered the Boston Marathon bombing.

Yoo, J., Zheng, P., Jung, H., Chen, V., & Lu, S. (2015). Tap, scroll down, chat and more? Examining the influence of mobile applications and interpersonal discussions towards political participation. International Symposium on Online Journalism, 5(1), 167-187.

Zhou, B., & Lu, S. (forthcoming). Media use in China. In P. Roessler (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Effects. WileyBlackwell.