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Wednesday, August 8, 2012
8 am to 5 pm / 001
Advertising Division
Advertising Teaching Workshop Session: Preparing Our Students for a Brave New Digital World
Moderating/Presiding: Jan Slater, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Sheri Broyles, North Texas
Keynote:
Setting the Stage: The Industry’s Take on Digital
name, affiliation
Panelists:
Job Bound: An Insider’s Tricks to Help Your Students Land Their First Jobs
Brad Karsh, president and founder, Job Bound
Just Google It: Insights into Google Analytics
Kyle Welter, strategist, Google
Blurring the Lines: Digitas and Leo Burnett’s Arc Talk Old School to New Digital
Rich Pieczynski, vp/account director, Arc
Eddie Revis, digital planner, Digitas
Expanding Your Program’s Brand: Adding Value with Boot Camps, Seminars
and Other Creative Ideas
Rhiannon Clifton, director of programs, Charles H. Sandage Department
of Advertising, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Wrapping It Up
What’s On Your Mind: Sharing Problems and Solutions
Pre-registration is required.
8 am to Noon / 002
International Communication Division
Teaching Workshop Session: Global Journalism and Mass Communication: Effective Teaching
and Research Strategies
Moderating/Presiding:
Panelists:
Heloiza G. Herscovitz, California State, Long Beach
Arnold S. de Beer, Stellenbosch, South Africa
James Scotton, Marquette
Jiafei Yin, Central Michigan
Gregory G. Pitts, North Alabama
Luis Peon-Casanova, Nebraska-Lincoln
Sandhya Rao, Texas State San Marcos
Kalyani Chadha, Maryland
Folu Ogundimu, Michigan State
Melissa Wall, California State – Northridge
Nnamdi T. Ekeanyanwu, Covenant University, Nigeria
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Frauke Hachtmann, Nebraska-Lincoln
Sandra Whitehead, Hariri Canadian University, Lebanon
Discussants: Heloiza G. Herscovitz, California State, Long Beach
and Arnold S. de Beer, Stellenbosch, South Africa
8:30 am to Noon / 003
Law and Policy Division
Workshop Panel Sessions:
Summer Vacation is Over: Mass Communication Law Update
in 180 Minutes
Moderating/Presiding: Amy Kristin Sanders, Minnesota
8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
The Supreme Court Did What?!: Decisions from the 2011/2012 Term
Panelists:
Clay Calvert, Florida
Dan Kozlowski, St. Louis
Derigan Silver, Denver
9:45 to 10:45 a.m.
Texts, and Tweets and Flickr, Oh My: Social Media Law Update
Panelists:
Robert D. Richards, Pennsylvania State
Woodrow N. Hartzog, Cumberland School of Law, Samford
Daxton “Chip” Stewart, Texas Christian
11 a.m. to Noon
What Happened to “Don't Be Evil”: Privacy Law Update
Panelists:
T. Barton Carter, Boston
Amy Gajda, Tulane University Law School
Eric Easton, University of Baltimore School of Law
8:30 am to 2:30 pm / 004
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Meeting: Board of Directors Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Linda Steiner, Maryland, 2011-2012 AEJMC President
9 am to 4 pm / 005
Scholastic Journalism Division
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Off-site Teaching Workshop Session: Chicagoland Teach-In
Moderating/Presiding: Calvin L. Hall, Appalachian State and Sally Renaud, Eastern Illinois
Panelists:
John Bowen, Kent State
James Tidwell, Eastern Illinois
Candace Perkins Bowen, Kent State
Barry Locher, Illinois Press Foundation
Sally Renaud, Eastern Illinois
Workshop to be held at Loyola University School of Communication.
9 am to 5 pm / 006
Visual Communication and Electronic News Divisions
Off-site Workshop Session: Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere: Which One to Use and How
to Teach It?
Moderating/Presiding: Bruce Thorson, Nebraska-Lincoln
Speakers:
Wasim Ahmad, Stony Brook
Curt Chandler, Pennsylvania State
This workshop is designed to give participants a hands-on experience with these two high-powered
multimedia applications, Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere. With the release of FCP X, there have
been significant changes in the software. You will have the opportunity to compare these two
software applications. From this workshop experience you will be better able to make a decision
about which software you might want to use for yourself, for teaching and for your students. This
Adobe Premiere session is being taught by Wasim Ahmad, assistant professor, Stony Brook
University and the FCPX is taught by Curt Chandler, Senior lecturer/multimedia reporting in the
College of Communications at Penn State University. This offsite workshop will be held at
Northwestern University, McCormick Tribune Center Room, Room 4-115; 1870 Campus Dr.,
Evanston IL 60208. Pre-registration is required.
1 pm to 5 pm / 007
Communication Theory and Methodology and Mass Communication and Society Divisions
Workshop Session: Using NodeXL for Social Network Analysis
Moderating/Presiding: Michel M. Haigh, Pennsylvania State
Speaker: Marc A. Smith, Media Research Foundation
This preconference workshop examines social network analysis. Social network analysis can be
used to examine message boards, blogs, and friend networks. Smith will work with participants to
show them how to use the NodeXL program to conduct a network analysis. A laptop is required for
this session.
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Pre-registration is required.
1 pm to 5 pm / 008
International Communication Division
Workshop Session: Preconference Teaching Journalism in Developing Countries and Emerging
Democracies: The Case of UNESCO’s Model Curricula
Moderating/Presiding: Amy Schmitz Weiss, California State, San Diego
Panelists:
Fackson Banda, Division for Freedom of Expression & Media Development, UNESCO
Sundeep Muppidi, former Secretary-General, AMIC
Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, Northumbria University, England
Sonia Virginia Moreira, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Gordon Stuart Adam, formerly with Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
Rosental Calmon Alves, Texas at Austin (President of ORBICOM, global network
of UNESCO Chairs in Communication)
Peter Laufer, Oregon
1 pm to 5 pm / 009
Law and Policy Division, Community Journalism and Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Groups
Workshop Panel: Journalism Programs As News Providers: Legal and Other Protections
Moderating/Presiding: Geanne Rosenberg, Baruch College and CUNY-Journalism
Panelists:
Fred Bayles, Boston
Christopher Beall, Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, LLP
Joe Bergantino, Boston
Lucy Dalglish, Maryland
Steve Doig, Arizona State
Karen Dunlap, Poynter Institute
Howard Finberg, Poynter Institute
George Freeman, veteran New York Times lawyer
Bill Grueskin, dean, Columbia
Jeff Hermes, Citizen Media Law Project
Jane Kirtley, Minnesota
Frank LoMonte, Student Press Law Center
Ed Madison, Oregon
Nikhil Moro, North Texas
Eric Newton, Knight Foundation
Geneva Overholser, Director, Southern California-Annenberg
Cathy Packer, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Earnest L. Perry, Missouri
Jonathan Peters, Missouri
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Journalism schools are increasingly filling gaps in news coverage through school-sponsored
journalism projects, either independently or in partnership with professional news outlets.
Journalism schools can strengthen their educational programs and protect and advance the valuable
journalism they are contributing by reasonably addressing legal risk. Thank you for the support of
the Carnegie Corporation, the McCormick Foundation and the Harnisch Family Philanthropies.
Reception to follow. Pre-registration is required.
1 pm to 5 pm / 010
Media Ethics Division and Political Communication Interest Group
Workshop Session: Ethics of Politics: Teaching it Well
Moderating/Presiding: Ginny Whitehouse, Eastern Kentucky
and William Babcock, Southern Illinois at Carbondale
Introductions and Welcome
Panelists:
Teaching Ethics in the Presidential Election Season
Keynoter: Robert Denton, Virginia Tech; co-editor, Communicator-in-Chief:
How Barack Obama Used New Media Technology to Win the White House
Building an Ad Watch
Lee Wilkins, Missouri
From CNN to FOX to MSNBC: Building a News Fairness Watch
William Babcock, Southern Illinois at Carbondale
The Not So Subtle Racism of Presidential Politics
John Watson, American
Roundtables: Best Practices and Biggest Questions
From LDS to Islam: Why Sex is Easier to Talk about Than Religion in Politics but
Getting Students to Talk about Religion Anyway
Ginny Whitehouse, Eastern Kentucky
Using Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert to Teach Ethics
Mark Poepsel, Loyola, New Orleans and Chad Painter, Missouri
1 pm to 5 pm / 011
Small Programs Interest Group
Workshop Session: Best Practices in Advising Student Media
Moderating/Presiding: Susan Lewis, Abilene Christian
Panelists:
Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Florida International
Vince Filak, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Kenneth Pybus, Abilene Christian
Kay Colley, Texas Wesleyan
Veteran and new advisers come join the Small Programs Interest Group as we explore current best
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practices in advising student media. What are current HR opinions on compensation? How far is too
far in your role as an adviser? Can you advocate for good journalism and avoid the wrath of
administrators? What are the current states of newspapers, television stations, yearbooks, radio
stations, magazines and online media? Are new models working? How have social media and
mobile media impacted student media? Where and how do student public relations or advertising
firms fit into the mix? Come join some of the best student media advisers in the country as we
explore these and other issues.
1 pm to 5 pm / 012
AEJMC Task Force on Recruiting for Academic Diversity
Workshop Session: From Professional to Professor
1 to 2:30 p.m.
Session 1: Should Professionals of Color Make the Switch? Benefits and Consequences
Moderator: Jane Rhodes, dean for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, Macalester College,
Task Force Co-Chair
Panelists:
Earnest L. Perry, Missouri, Task Force member
Linda Callahan, North Carolina A&T, Task Force member
Lisa Peterson-de la Cuerva, Minnesota
Lee Thornton, Maryland
2:30 to 2:45 p.m.: Break
2:45 to 4 p.m.
Session II: What Does it Take to Make the Transition Work? Models and Needs
Moderator: Indira Somani, Washington & Lee
Panelists:
Charles Whitaker, Northwestern
Angie Chuang, American
Victoria LaPoe, Louisiana State
Herbert Lowe, Marquette
4 to 4:15 p.m.: Break
4:15 to 5 p.m.
Session III: What Have We Learned? Next Steps
Moderator: Lana Rakow, director, Center for Community Engagement, North Dakota,
Task Force Co-Chair
Panelists:
Federico Subervi, chair, AEJMC Latino & Latin American Task Force,
Texas State San Marcos
Linda Steiner, AEJMC president, Maryland
Jane Rhodes, Task Force Co-Chair, Macalster
Indira Somani, Task Force member, Washington & Lee
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2 pm to 4 pm / 013
Public Relations and Communication Technology Divisions
Workshop Session: Tenacious Tweeting, Bellowing Blogging, Fanatical FaceBooking,
Yappy YouTubing: Using Industry Cases as Teaching Tools
Moderating/Presiding: Tiffany Derville Gallicano, Oregon
Panelists:
Serena Carpenter, Arizona State
Lisa T. Fall, Tennessee
Jamie Izaks, co-founder/president, All Points Public Relations
Abby Lovett, vice-president, group manager, Ketchum
Charles Lubbers, South Dakota
Marcus Messner, Virginia Commonwealth
Alan VanderMolen, president/CEO, Global Practices and Diversified Insights Businesses
3:30 pm to 10 pm / 014
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: Council of Division Assessment Interviews
Moderating/Presiding: Tony DeMars, Texas A&M, Commerce, Council of Divisions Chair
4 pm to 6 pm / 015
Sports Communication Interest Group
Workshop Session: Twitter Dumb and Twitter Dee: Teaching Social Media for Sports Curriculum
Moderating/Presiding: Max Utsler, Kansas
Panelists:
Glenda Alvarado, South Carolina
Michael Mitrook, South Florida
John Sweeney, North Carolina
Lori Roessner, Tennessee
Welch Suggs, Georgia
Howard Schlossberg, Columbia College
5:30 pm to 10 pm / 016
International Communication Division
Workshop Session: Press Freedom, Democratic Accountability and Information
Flows Around the World
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Moderating/Presiding: Folu Ogundimu, Michigan State
Panelists:
Victor Ayedun-Aluma, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria
Arnold S. de Beer, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Leonardo Ferreira, Miami
Moderator/Presiding: Chris W. Ogbondah, Northern Iowa Cedar Falls
Panelists:
Eric Freedman, Michigan State
Olusola O. Isola, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Folu Ogundimu, Michigan State
Chris Paterson, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Subtopics: Press Freedom Ratings and Democratic Accountability Around the World; The Rise of
Digital Media and Implications for Press Freedom; The NWICO Debate and International News
Flow in Today’s Globalization Era; and From the Arab Street to Wall Street: How Relevant Are
Media as Informational Channels During Revolutionary Upheavals?
5:30 pm to 10 pm / 017
Internships and Careers Interest Group
Workshop Session: Internships and Careers “Bootcamp” Workshop
Moderating/Presiding: Abhinav Aima, Pennsylvania State-New Kingston
Workshop Presenters:
Advertising Sales careers
Scott Hamula, Ithaca
Internships Best Practices
Grace Levine, Quinnipiac
Programs Assessing Internships and Internships Assessing programs
John Chapin, Pennsylvania State, Beaver
Report on Survey Data from Internship Participants and Site Supervisors
to Guide Curriculum Changes
Nigel Dobereiner, Westfield State
5:30 pm to 9:30 pm / 018
Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
Workshop Session: New Deans, Directors and Chairs: Communicating Effectively
and Building Strong Teams
Moderating/Presiding: Jennifer H. McGill, executive director, AEJMC/ASJMC Central Office
Speaker: Derek Lane, leadership consultant, Kentucky
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6 pm to 9:30 pm / 019
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Elected Standing Committee
on Teaching
Workshop Session: Getting Started in Teaching Journalism: Tips From the Vets
Moderating/Presiding: Linda Aldoory, Maryland and Charles N. Davis, Missouri
This pre-conference workshop will contain four rounds of topical conversation, complete with
teaching tips at each. Groups will rotate from one to the next, so the conversation shifts gears every
30 minutes! You’ll leave each session armed with innovative teaching tips and a new teaching
veteran to keep in touch with as questions arise. While the workshop will focus on helping those
new to academe, experienced educators are welcome to participate and contribute as well.
7 pm to 9 pm / 020
Communication Theory and Methodology and Mass Communication and Society Divisions
Workshop Session: Advanced Social Network Analysis
Moderating/Presiding: Michel M. Haigh, Pennsylvania State
Speaker: Marc A. Smith, Media Research Foundation
This preconference workshop examines social network analysis. This is an advanced workshop for
people who have had previous experience with NodeXL. Smith will highlight some of the updates to
the program, and work through scenarios with participants. A laptop is required for this session.
Pre-registration is required.
8 pm to 10 pm / 021
The University of Oklahoma, Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication
and Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation
Social
Hosting: Joe Foote, Oklahoma and Bob Ross, Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation
8 pm to 10:30 pm / 022
AEJMC Night at the Movies
Special Centennial Showing: “The Music Man”
Set in 1912 Iowa, this movie will provide a look at life in the year of our founding.
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Thursday, August 9, 2012
7 am to 8 am / 023
Public Relations Division
Business Session: Executive Committee Past Heads Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Kenneth Plowman, Brigham Young
7 am to 8 am / 024
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: Task Force on Recruiting for Academic Diversity
Moderating/Presiding: Lana Rakow, North Dakota and Jane Rhodes, Macalester
8 am to 11:30 am / 025
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: AEJMC Finance Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Kyu Ho Youm, Oregon
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 026
Advertising Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Healthier Living Though Advertising
Moderating/Presiding: Frauke Hachtmann, Nebraska
Is Green Advertising Recommended When Things Go Wrong?
Harsha Gangadharbatla, Gergely Nyilasy and Angela Paladino, Oregon
Using Taylor’s Six-Segment Strategy Model to Generate Messages That Help
to Reduce Hospital-Acquired Infections
Ron Taylor, Tennessee, Knoxville
A Content Analysis of the Information Content of Over-the-Counter Drug Advertising
in Magazines
Lu Zheng, John Sutherland and Shine Liu, Florida
Separating Motivational Activation from Implicit Attitudes in a Food Advertising Context
Rachel Bailey, Indiana
An Ethical Dilemma? An Assessment of Commercials from the 12 top Fast-food Businesses
Julie Fudge, Nan Yu and Laura C. Farrell, North Dakota State
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Discussant: Sela Sar, Iowa State
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 027
Communication Theory and Methodology and Communicating Science, Health, Environment and
Risk Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Current Trends in Audience Analysis
Moderating/Presiding: Myiah Hutchens, Arizona and Liz Gardner, Texas Tech
Panelists:
Gini Dietrich, CEO, Arment Dietrich, Inc., Chicago
Elena Weinstein, communications associate, DDB, Chicago
Linda Rutherford, vice president, Communication and Marketing,
Southwest Airlines, Austin
Mia Sissac, senior communications associate, DDB, Chicago
Martha Carlos, communications director, American Red Cross, Chicago
Mike Hess, EVP, Data Fusion and Social Television Analytics, Neilsen, Chicago
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 028
Cultural and Critical Studies Division and Commission on the Status of Women
Teaching Panel Session: PC or Not PC, That Is the Question: Navigating the Contentious
Issue of Political Correctness in the Diversity Studies Classroom
Moderating/Presiding: Bob Trumpbour, Pennsylvania State Altoona
Panelists:
“But I Want a Man Who Treats Me Like a Princess”: Shattering Disney Dreams
Tracy Everbach, North Texas
Responding to Resistance and Fostering Transformation in Diversity Studies Courses
Karen Kline, Lock Haven
Getting Past PC by Avoiding IP (Identity Politics)
Christopher Martin, Northern Iowa
Playing “the Merit Game” — Complicating the Intersections of Race, Gender and Class
Meta Carstarphen, Oklahoma
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 029
International Communication Division
Refereed Research Paper Session: Framing the Middle East
Moderating/Presiding: Debashis “Deb” Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
High Drama on the High Seas: Peace vs. War Journalism Framing of the
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Mavi Marmara Incident*
Britain Eakin and Shahira Fahmy, Arizona
Uni-Dimensional Framing of a Multi-Dimensional Organization: Newspaper
Frames of Hizbullah
Rebekah Husted, Maureen Taylor, and Peter Gade, Oklahoma
Media Salience and Framing: Sources as a New Dimension of the Frame-Changing
Model as Applied to Coverage of the Saddam Hussein Trial
Jin Yang, Memphis and Padmini Patwardhan, Winthrop
Al-Jazeera and Al-Arabiya Framing of the Israel-Palestine Conflict During War
and Calm Periods
Mohamad Elmasry, American University in Cairo;
Alaa El Shamy, Ain Shams University; Peter Manning
and Andrew Mills, Northwestern and Phil Auter, Louisiana at Lafayette
Discussant: Debashis “Deb” Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
* Top Paper, International Communication Division
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 030
Law and Policy Division
Refereed Research Paper Session: Covering the Cs: Campaign Finance Law, Copyright
& Claims of Trade Secrets
Moderating/Presiding: Roy Moore, Middle Tennessee State
Who Are the Media? The Media Exemption to Campaign Finance Law*
John Remensperger, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Surveying the Post-Apocalyptic Landscape: Campaign-Finance Reform
and Free Speech After Citizens United
Matthew Telleen, Carmen Maye and Erik Collins, South Carolina
Online News Aggregators, Copyright, and the Hot News Doctrine
Robert G. Larson III, Minnesota
Who Owns Your Friends?: PhoneDog v. Kravitz and Business Claims of Trade
Secret in Social Media Information
Jasmine McNealy, Syracuse
Discussant: Eric Easton, Baltimore School of Law
*Third Place Student Paper
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 031
Media Ethics and Electronic News Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Storytelling in Electronic Media—The Bridge Between Public Relations
and Broadcast Journalism
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Moderating/Presiding: Jared Johnson, Brigham Young
Panelists:
Robert “Pritch” Pritchard, Oklahoma
Michael L. Thurwanger, Eureka College
Macon Mcginley, Georgia College and State University
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 032
Minorities and Communication and Scholastic Journalism Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Ethnic/Racial Minorities Participation in AEJMC: How Much
and What Type of Progress?
Moderating/Presiding: Federico Subervi, Texas State, San Marcos
Presenter: Mia Moody, Baylor
Respondents:
Felix Gutiérrez, Southern California
Cristina Azocar, San Francisco State
Carolyn Stroman, Howard
Hayg Oshagan, Wayne State
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 033
Newspaper and Online News Division
High Density Refereed Research Paper Session
Moderating/Presiding: Debashis “Deb” Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Group I Papers
New Media, Old Sources: An Examination of Source Diversity of Online News
in China
Na Liu and Fen Lin, City University of Hong Kong
A Wave of Sources: An Examination of Sources used in U. S. and Japanese
Newspaper Coverage of the Tsunami in Japan
Maria Fontenot, Catherine Luther and Ioana Coman, Tennessee
Online News Coverage and Political Knowledge: The Case of the 2010 Health
Care Reform Legislation
Kevin Wang, Butler
Sequence of Internet News Browsing: Platform, Content, Presentation
and Interface Usage
Lingzi Zhang, Singapore
Journalists, Technologists, and the Normalization Hypothesis: A Two-Part Case
Study of News Innovation Contest Submissions
Seth Lewis and Rodrigo Zamith, Minnesota; Nikki Usher
and Todd Kominak, George Washington
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Discussant: Nikhil Moro, North Texas
Group II Papers
Newspaper Clubs Emerge From Bohemia: Nineteenth Century Press Clubs
in Chicago Stop Short of an Interest in Professionalization
Stephen Banning, Bradley
The Sporting News: A Study on Sports Teams and the News that Writes About Them
Ben Miller, Louisiana State
When the War on Drugs is Fought on the Field: Exploring Newspaper Coverage
of Drug and Alcohol Deviance of College Athletes from 1970 to 2010
Natalie Brown and Shuhua Zhou, Alabama
Conversational Journalism in Practice: A Case Study of The Seattle Times’
2010 Pulitzer Prize Winner for Breaking News Reporting*
Doreen Marchionni, Pacific Lutheran
Courting Coverage: A Content Analysis of the News Reporting of Supreme Court
of Texas Cases
Kenneth Pybus, Abilene Christian
Discussant: Sandra Utt, Memphis
* Winner, Top Open Division Paper Award
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 034
Public Relations and History Divisions
Centennial Session
Teaching Panel Session: Guns, Gangsters, Prostitution and Porn: 100 Years of Vice
and Corporate Social Responsibility
Moderating/Presiding: Karen Miller Russell, Georgia
Panelists:
Richard Junger, Western Michigan
Natalie Y. Moore, Columbia College
Bey-Ling Sha, San Diego State
Jessalynn Strauss, Xavier
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 035
AEJMC Council of Affiliates (College Media Advisers)
Refereed Research Paper Session: Issues Facing Campus Media
Moderating/Presiding: Brian Steffen, Simpson
Best Practices for the Structure and Function of College Student Media Boards:
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Methods from the Field
Kay L. Colley, Texas Wesleyan
“So I Can Write Anything?”: Confronting the First Amendment and the Spiral
of Silence at a Free Speech Event
Theodore Petersen, Florida Institute of Technology
Black and White and Still Read All Over: An Examination of the State
of College Newspapers in a Time of Turbulence
Lisa Lyon Payne, Virginia Wesleyan
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 036
Community College Journalism Association
Teaching Panel Session: DIY Disruption: Reinventing Journalism Through Experimentation
Moderating/Presiding: Robert Mercer, Cypress College
Panelists:
Dan Reimold, College Media Matters
Mitzi Lewis, Midwestern State
Brian Steffan, Simpson College
Toni Albertson, Mt. San Antonio College
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 037
Small Programs and Internships and Careers Interest Groups
PF&R Panel Session: Entering the Workforce as an Entrepreneurial Journalist
Moderating/Presiding: Michael A. Longinow, Biola
Panelists:
Richard Gordon, director of digital innovation, Northwestern
Maribeth Vanderweele, The Vanderweele Group
Barbara Iverson, Columbia College
Lisa Phillips, SUNY-New Paltz
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 038
Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC)
Panel Session: Update on Review of Accrediting Standards
Moderating/Presiding:
Susanne Shaw, executive director, ACEJMC;
Peter Phatia, president, Accrediting Council,
and Doug Anderson, vice president, Accrediting Council
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 039
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Chinese Communication Association
Panel Session: Studying Journalism in the Chinese Context - A Multiplex of Research
Reflections and Refractions
Moderating/Presiding: Bonnie Peng, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Better There Than Not: The Value of Fieldwork in Chinese Media Studies
Judy Polumbaum, Iowa
Freedom vs. Control: Dominant Ideology and Framing in Contemporary Media
Research on China
Roya Akhavan, St. Cloud State
Studying Sideways: The Politics of Media Fieldwork in China
Limin Liang, City University of Hong Kong
From Backstage to Frontstage: The Visualization of Chinese Journalism in the
New Media Environment
Baohua Zhou, Fudan University; Pennsylvania
How Offline Research Furthers Online Research: Understanding the Role
of Microblogs in Chinese Journalism
Zhaoxi (Josie) Liu, Iowa
The Heroic Journalist: Memoirs of First-wave U.S. Correspondents in Post-Mao China
Yunya Song, City University of Hong Kong
Communication Empowerment in Shenzhen, China: The Experience of Southern Bi-Weekend
Jack Linquan Qiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong
This panel session is sponsored by the Chinese Communication Association (CCA), an affiliate with
the AEJMC. Every year, the CCA sponsors such a panel, which contributes to the diverse
theoretical, methodological and cultural perspectives presented at the AEJMC conference, provides
opportunities for CCA members to engage in collaborative research with each other, and
encourages CCA members to participate in AEJMC conferences.
10 am to 11:30 am / 040
Advertising Division
High Density Refereed Paper Research Session
Topic I — Advertising Effects and Effectivness
Sex Sells? A Meta-analysis of the Effect of Sexual Content in Advertisements
on Persuasive Outcomes
John Wirtz, Johnny Sparks and Kelli Lyons, Texas Tech
Understanding the Effects of Negative Celebrity Information
Mihyun Kang, William Reeves, Sejung Marina Choi
and Weonkyung Kim, Texas at Austin
The Effects of Visual Metaphor in Advertising on Attitude Changes
Soojin Kim and Jihye Kim, Florida
When Does Personalized Advertising Really Work? The Conceptual Difference
Between Actual Personalization and Perceived Personalization
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Cong Li, Miami
Effects of Violent Television Programs on Advertising Effectiveness Among Young Children
Eunji Cho, Wisconsin-Madison and Seung Chul Yoo, Texas at Austin
Discussant: Hong Cheng, Ohio
Topic II — New Media/Old Media
Advertising enjoyment and time perception in multitasking
Brittany Duff, Illinois; Sela Sar, Iowa State
and Sydney Chinchanachokchai, Illinois
How Connected Are Connected Consumers? Comparing the Contextual Use
of Traditional and Nontraditional Video Platforms
Kelty Logan, Colorado
Pre-Roll Advertising in Videogames: Effects on Brand Recall and Attitudes
Frank Dardis, Mike Schmierbach, Brett Sherrick
and Julia Daisy Fraustino, Pennsylvania State
Something Old, Something New: Convergence Culture, Lifestage Marketing,
and The Knot, Inc.
Jamie Schleser, American
I “Unlike” You! Reasons for Unliking Brand Pages on Facebook
Eun Sook Kwon, Eunice Kim and Sejung Marina Choi, Texas at Austin
Discussant: Bobbikay Lewis, Oklahoma State
10 am to 11:30 am / 041
Cultural and Critical Studies Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: CCS Top Faculty and Student Papers
Moderating/Presiding: Karen Kline, Lock Haven
Race and News in Post-Racial America: Shirley Sherrod and a Color-Blind
Tale of Racism*
Mai Yamagami and Hemant Shah, Wisconsin-Madison
“The Kids Are Not Alright”: The Symbolic Functions of Children in Anniversary
Memory of September 11*
Carrie Isard and Carolyn Kitch, Temple
The Voice of Capital: CNBC and the Representation of Finance Capitalism**
Aaron Heresco, Pennsylvania State
Illusory Empowerment: Representations of Korean Women in Television Series,
All-American Girl and Lost**
Jiwoo Park, Southern Illinois
Discussant: Gail Henson, Bellarmine
* Top Faculty Paper
** Top Student Paper
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10 am to 11:30 am / 042
Electronic News and Newspaper and Online News Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: State of the Industry
Moderating/Presiding: Bob Papper, Hofstra University
Panelists:
Mike Cavender, executive director, Radio Television Digital News Association
Jane McDonnell, executive director, Online News Association
Mizell Stewart III, board member, American Society of News Editors
and VP Content, Scripps Newspaper Group
Tom Rosenstiel, director, Project for Excellence in Journalism
10 am to 11:30 am / 043
International Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session:
A Medium of Our Own: Studies of Counterpublics, Self-representation and the Emergence
of Citizen Spheres
Moderating/Presiding: Debashis “Deb” Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Muslim Bloggers in Germany: An Emerging Counterpublic?*
Stine Eckert and Kalyani Chadha, Maryland
Online Social Networking Profiles and Self-presentation of Indian Youths
Peddiboyina Vijaya Lakshmi, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam;
Sagar Atre and Yusuf Kalyango, Ohio
Resisting or Reinforcing Western Stereotypes? Queen Rania of Jordan on YouTube
Melissa Wall, California State – Northridge
Youth Digital Cultures in Small Town and Rural Gujarat **
Manisha Shelat and Cathy DeShano, Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Debashis “Deb” Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
* Top Paper
** Top Student Paper
10 am to 11:30 am / 044
Magazine and History Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: The Century Club: Magazine History Connections
for the Millennial Generation
Moderating/Presiding: Sammye Johnson, Trinity
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Panelists:
The Evolving Trade of the Trade: Lessons to Learn from American Banker
Kathleen (Kitty) Endres, Akron
Magazine Survivor and Thriver Harper’s as a Publishing, Writing and Editing
Innovator: What Students Can Learn
Berkley Hudson, Missouri
Writing Through Recessions: Women’s Magazines Survive the Lean Times
Therese Lueck, Akron
Successes and Failures: Magazine Formulas That Work
Barbara Straus Reed, Rutgers
10 am to 11:30 am / 045
Mass Communication and Society Division and Graduate Student Interest Group
Teaching Panel Session: Promising Professors and Distinguished Educator
Moderating/Presiding: Jay Hmielowski, Yale and W. Joann Wong, Indiana
Panelists:
Rita F. Colistra, West Virginia
Kalen M. A. Churcher, Niagra
Marcia Watson DiStaso, Pennsylvania State
Distinguished Educator of the Year: John C. Pollock, The College of New Jersey
10 am to 11:30 am / 046
Minorities and Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Framing Immigration: Language, Voting and Healthcare
Moderating/Presiding: Petra Guerra, Wisconsin-Madison
Illegal or Undocumented? Alien or Immigrant? An Examination of Terms
Used by the News Media, 2000-2010
Thomas J. Hrach, Memphis
Framing Immigration: An Analysis of Newswire and Regional Newspaper
Coverage of Immigration in the U.S.**
Rodrigo Zamith, Minnesota
Does Language Matter? The Effects of News in Spanish v. English on Voting
by U.S. Latinos
Barry Hollander, Georgia
Perception and Use of Ethnic Online Communities as a Health Information Source
Among Recent Immigrants in the United States*
Junga Kim, Florida
Discussant: Brad Gorham, Syracuse
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* Second Place Student Paper
** Fourth Place Student Paper
10 am to 11:30 am / 047
Public Relations Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Public Relations Division Top Papers Session
Moderating/Presiding: Bey-Ling Sha, San Diego State
From Awareness to Advocacy: Understanding Nonprofit Communication,
Participation, and Support*
Brooke Weberling, South Carolina
Keeping It Real: Exploring the Roles of Conversational Human Voice and Source
Credibility in Crisis Communication via Social Media**
Hyojung Park, San Diego State and Glen Cameron, Missouri
Locating Image Management in Public Relations Research: A Content Analysis
of Image-related Studies Published in the Last Two Decades, 1991 2011***
Elmie Nekmart, Karla Gower and Lan Ye, Alabama
Strategic Partnership with Nonprofits in Practicing CSR: The Mediating Role
of Perceived Altruism and Organizational Identification on Supportive
CSR Outcomes****
Hyejoon Rim and Jaejin Lee, Florida
Discussant: Vince Hazleton, Radford
* First Place Open Competition
** Second Place Open Competition
*** Third Place Open Competition
**** First Place Student Competition
10 am to 11:30 am / 048
Visual Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Exploring Bias and Ethics in the Visual Field
Moderating/Presiding: Susan Zavoina, North Texas
Picture This: Employing Social Proof To Identify Media Bias
Michael Friedman, Michigan State
Adopting Situational Ethics in Photojournalism
Yung Soo Kim, Kentucky
Visual Exploration of Environmental Issues
Michelle Seelig, Miami
Does Negativity Prevail? A Content Analysis of Award-Winning News Photos
Carolyn Yaschur, Texas at Austin
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Discussant: Julianne Newton, Oregon
10 am to 11:30 am / 049
AEJMC Council of Affiliates and Scripps Howard Foundation
Teaching Panel Session: How to Teach Millennials in the Digital World
Presiding: Sue Porter, vice president/programs, Scripps Howard Foundation
Moderating: Doug Ward, Kansas, 2011 Teacher of the Year
Panelists:
Bob Richards, Pennsylvania State; 2006 Teacher of the Year
Louis Day, Louisiana State; 2005 Teacher of the Year
Shirley Staples Carter, South Carolina; 2006 Administrator of the Year
who has returned to the classroom
Carrie Porter, Northwestern; adjunct instructor and 2009 graduate, Medill
10 am to 11:30 am / 050
Community College Journalism Association and Small Programs Interest Group
Teaching Panel Session: The Digital Curators: Finding the Signal in a Sea of Noise
Moderating/Presiding: Toni Albertson, Mt. San Antonio College
Panelists:
Carrie Brown Smith, Memphis
Jonathan Groves, Drury
Robert Mercer, Cypress College
Mary Spillman, Ball State
10 am to 11:30 am / 051
Commission on the Status of Women
Refereed Paper Research Session: CSW Top Papers: Gendered Media in Politics, Academia,
and Sport
Moderating/Presiding: Stacey Hust, Washington State
“I Am Just an Ordinary Housewife:” Congressional Television and the Disruption
of the Public Sphere in the Early Fifties
Bastiaan Vanacker, Loyola-Chicago
“Catfights” Under the Male Gaze: Framing of the 2010 U.S. House Race Between
Kristi Noem and Stephanie Herseth Sandlin
Miglena Sternadori, South Dakota
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How Female and Male J/MC Authors Perceive the Journal Peer
Review Process: Differently
Brendan R. Watson, Minnesota-Twin Cities
and Daniel Riffe, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Women Bloggers: Identity and the Concept of Sports
Dunja Antunovic and Marie Hardin, Pennsylvania State
Discussant: Erica Austin, Washington State
10 am to 11:30 am / 052
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Elected Standing
Committee on Teaching
Teaching Panel Session: 2012 Best Practices in Teaching Writing Across Media
Moderating/Presiding: Bonnie Brownlee, Indiana
Competition Winners:
First Place:
Mapping Your Childhood Neighborhood: Reconstructing Details and Scenes
for a Narrative Essay
Carol B. Schwalbe, Arizona
Second Place:
Festival Fiasco: Teaching Students to Plan, Think, and Write across Platforms
Roxanne K. Dill, Louisiana State
Third Place:
Writing for the Web: Twitter as a Starting Point for Breaking News
Sue Burzynski Bullard and Michelle Hassler, Nebraska-Lincoln
Honorable Mention:
Public Relations in the Digital Age: Using Issues Management Principles
to Teach Effective Multiplatform Writing Skills
David L. Remund, Drake
This session will feature winners of the 2012 Best Practices in Teaching Writing across Media
competition, sponsored by the AEJMC Elected Standing Committee on Teaching for the seventh
year. The session is intended for anyone teaching or interested in writing across the journalism and
mass communication curriculum. The competition winners will share their teaching submissions,
explaining one assignment and how they carry it out in their classes. Attendees will each receive a
free booklet with the four winning entries. In addition, these entries and those from the previous six
competitions can be found in booklet form on the AEJMC Website, under Teaching Resources:
http://www.aejmc.com/home/2010/09/best-practices-in-teaching-booklets/.
10 am to 11:30 am / 053
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Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
Panel Session: Using the Becker Surveys in Assessment
Moderating/Presiding: Beth E. Barnes, Kentucky
Panelists:
Lee Becker, Georgia
Wilson Lowrey, Alabama
Al Tims, Minnesota
David Arant, Memphis
10 am to 11:30 am / 054
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication Arizona State University
Panel Session: News21 and the Teaching Hospital Model
Moderating/Presiding: Chris Callahan, Arizona State
Panelists:
Heather Billings, News21 alumnus, news apps developer, Chicago Tribune
and Arizona State
Paul Parsons, Elon
Gary Kebbel, Nebraska-Lincoln
Kristin Gilger, Arizona State
“News21and the Teaching Hospital Model” Funded by the Carnegie and Knight Foundations,
News21, which is now open to all accredited journalism schools, is changing the way journalism is
taught. Find out how your students can participate in this groundbreaking program that epitomizes
the teaching hospital model of journalism education.
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 055
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Framing Health and Science in the News
Moderating/Presiding: Z. Janet Yang, SUNY at Buffalo
A Look at Nature: The Visual Representation of Environmental Affairs
on the Covers of Time
Bruno Takahashi, SUNY ESF
and Mark Meisner, International Environmental Communication Association (IECA)
News Media’s Framing of H1N1 and its Effect on Public Perception
Eun Hae Park, Missouri
Examining News Coverage and Framing: The Case Study of Sea Lion Management
at the Bonneville Dam
Tess McBride and Cynthia Coleman, Portland State
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Metaphors in Science Communication: The Influence of Metaphors
on the Public Perception of Introduced Species
P. Sol Hart and Lauren Krizel, American
Commenting on Health: A Framing Analysis of User Comments in Response
to Health Articles Online
Avery Holton, Na Yeon Lee and Renita Coleman, Texas at Austin
Discussant: Sharon Dunwoody, Wisconsin-Madison
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 056
Cultural and Critical Studies and Visual Communication Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: The Male Gaze Revisited
Moderating/Presiding: Susan Zavoina, North Texas
Panelists:
From Renaissance Spectator to Contemporary Voyeur: Mediated Images
of Women and the Male Gaze through History
David Natharius, Arizona
The Utility of the Male Gaze in the Work of Contemporary American
Women Photographers
Liz Lance, Missouri
Who’s Looking How at Whom: Intersections of Agency in the Theater
of Mediatypes
Julianne Newton, Oregon
What Drives the Male Gaze? A “Glance” at Relevant Factors and Effects
Tom Reichert, Georgia
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 057
Electronic News and Magazine Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Documentary and Narrative Nonfiction in the Digital Age
Moderating/Presiding: Kathleen M. Ryan, University of Colorado Boulder
Panelists:
Patti Wolter, Northwestern
Gordon Quinn, artistic director, Kartemequin Films
Imran Siddiquee, social media and communications manager, MissRepresentation.org
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 058
Law and Policy Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Regulatory Agencies & Communication Law
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Moderating/Presiding: Michael D. Murray, Missouri - St. Louis
Policy Development Under Uncertain Regulatory Capture Conditions:
An Insiders’ Perspective
Amy Sindik, Georgia
The Calm Before the Storm? Indecency Regulation in the 1990s
Amy Kristin Sanders and Natalie Hopkins-Best, Minnesota
The Triangle of Minority Ownership, Employment and Content: A Review
of Studies of Minority Ownership and Diversity
Dam Hee Kim, Michigan
Determinants of Broadband Competition and Service Quality in the United States
Robert LaRose, Michigan State; Anthony Grubesic, Drexel; Johannes M. Bauer,
Wenjuan Ma; and Hsin-yi Sandy Tsai, Michigan State
An Analysis of FTC Cases Involving Substantiation of Health Claims
in Food Advertising*
Jeanne-Marie DeStefano, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Discussant: Paul Siegel, Hartford
* Top Student Paper
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 059
Media Management and Economic Division
High Density Refereed Paper Research Session:
Economics, Culture and Evolving Audience Behaviors in the Digital Era
Moderating/Presiding: George Sylvie, Texas at Austin
An Empirical Study of National Self-sufficiency in Broadcast Television Programming*
Xuexin Xu and Wayne Fu, Nanyang Technological University
and Joseph Straubhaar, Texas at Austin
Interactive Audiences on Internet Video Websites: Audience Valuation
in the New Media Era**
Yan Yang, High Point
The Potential Effect of VOD on the Windowing Process of Theatrical Movies
Byeng-Hee Chang and Sang-Hyun Nam, Sungkyunkwan University;
and Joo-Youn Park, Hankook University of Foreign Studies
What’s On (Digital) TV? Multicast Programming, the Public Interest Standard,
and the Scarcity Rationale***
David Kordus, Marquette
Building a Relationship on Twitter: A Content Analysis of University Twitter Accounts
Brandi Watkins and Regina Lewis, Alabama
Creative Destruction: An Exploratory Study of How Digitally Native News Nonprofits
Are Innovating Journalism Practices Online
Rebecca Nee, San Diego State
Free Culture, Human Capital and Economic Growth
Xiaoqun Zhang, Bowling Green State
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Mobile OS Competition and Early Diffusion of Smartphones in Global Mobile
Telecommunication Markets
Sangwon Lee, Central Michigan; Seonmi Lee, KT Corporation
and Justin Brown, South Florida
Smartphone: Utilitarian Product or Hedonic Product? Different Dimension of Adoption
Factor and Purchasing Intention
Hyunsang Son, Korea and Sylvia Chan-Olmsted, Florida
Discussant: Charlene Simmons, Tennessee at Chattanooga
* Second Place Faculty Paper
** Third Place Faculty Paper
*** Third Place Student Paper
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 060
Minorities and Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Countering Stereotypes: Media Coverage of Minorities
Moderating/Presiding: Don Grady, Elon
Newspaper Coverage of the 25th Anniversary of the King Holiday
Carla Kimbrough, Nebraska-Lincoln
Writing the Wrong: Can Counter-Stereotypes Offset Negative Media Messages
about African-Americans?
Lanier Holt, Indiana
Natives in the News: How the Rapid City Journal Covered Native Americans
on Page 1A
Savannah Tranchell and Mary Arnold, South Dakota State
Game of Colors: Implicit and Explicit Stereotypes in Coverage of America’s Pastime
Patrick Ferrucci, Edson Tandoc, Seoyeon Hong, Anthony Almond
and Glenn Leshner, Missouri
Discussant: Phil Jeter, Winston-Salem State
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 061
Commission on the Status of Women and Advertising Division
PF&R Panel Session: “Mad Women” Attack Topic: Mothering and Careers
Moderating/Presiding: Karen Mallia, South Carolina
Panelists:
Jane Maas, former agency president & creative director, author, Mad Women,
Adventures of an Advertising Woman and co-author of How to Advertise
(and grandmother)
Becky Swanson, EVP, executive creative director, Leo Burnett, childless
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Liz Taylor, creative director, freelancer, mother
Mary Williams Barber, freelance writer, childless
Sheri Broyles, former copywriter, North Texas
Kim Golombisky, former advertising executive, South Florida
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 062
Entertainment Studies, Graduate Student and Sports Communication Interest Groups
Off-site Luncheon: Lunch with the Graduate Students
Moderating/Presiding: Kelly Poniatowski, Elizabethtown
and Pamela Laucella, Indiana
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 063
Internships and Careers Interest Group and Public Relations Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Scholars as Social Connectors: Bridging Public Relations Theory
and Practice in a Time of Dramatic Technological and Economic Change
Moderating/Presiding: Karen Russell, Georgia
Panelists:
Barbara DeSanto, Maryville
Karen Freberg, Louisville
Anita Liskey, CME Group, Inc.
Chad Mezera, West Virginia
David Remund, Drake
Respondent: Lisa T. Fall, Tennessee
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 064
Political Communication Interest Group
Refereed Research Paper Session: Perspectives on Online Political Communication
Moderating/Presiding: Ashley Kirzinger, Louisiana State
Perceptions of Influence On and Of Political Bloggers: A Survey of Top
Political Bloggers
Laura Meadows, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Discourse architecture, Issue Stances, and Democratic Norms in Online
Political Discussion
Deen Freelon, American
Caustic Comments: Measuring Incivility in Online Comments and Testing
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Its Effects on Political Participation
Ashley Anderson, Michael Xenos, Dominique Brossard
and Dietram A. Scheufele, Wisconsin-Madison
The Effects of Politician’s and Constituency Characteristics on Political Use of Twitter
Cheonsoo Kim, Indiana
Discussant: Tom Johnson, Texas at Austin
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 065
Religion and Media Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Use of Mass Media in the Public Sphere by Religious Leaders
and Religious Institutions
Moderating/Presiding: Myna German, Delaware State
Islam, Mediation and Technology*
Nabil Echchaibi, Colorado-Boulder
Missing Voices: A Study of Religious Voices in Mainstream Media Reports About LGBT Rights
Debra Mason and Cathy E. Rosenholtz, Missouri
Engaging the Congregation: A Mediated Model of Religious Leaders’ Cues, Environmental
Concern, and Environmental Behaviors
Jay Hmielowski, Yale
The Environmental Movement and American Religion in the Network Society: Reconfiguring
Hierarchies to Exist within Heterarchical Organizational Structures
Kathryn Montalbano, Columbia
Discussant: Johnny Sparks, Central Michigan
* Top Faculty Paper
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 066
Hearst Journalism Awards Program
Business Session: Steering Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Jan Watten, program director, Hearst Awards Program
and Douglas Anderson, Pennsylvania State
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 067
The Scripps Howard Foundation and Arizona State University
Teaching Panel Session: Teaching Journalism Entrepreneurship: Lessons Learned
from the Inaugural Scripps Howard Journalism
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Entrepreneurship Institute
Moderating/Presiding: Elizabeth Smith, outreach director, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism
and Mass Communication, Arizona State
Panelists:
Jake Batsell, Southern Methodist
Michelle Ferrier, Elon
Lurene Kelley, Memphis
Ed Madison, Oregon
Entrepreneurial thinking and skills are becoming an important part of many journalism schools’
curricula. Participants from the inaugural Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Institute will
discuss what they learned and how they’re implementing those lessons. Session attendees will
receive information on how they can apply for the second Scripps Institute to be held at the
Cronkite School in January 2013.
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 068
USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
Panel Luncheon: USC Annenberg Research and Practice Presentation: Teaching with Technology,
Generally Accepted Practices (GAP) in PR, Community News Projects
Moderating/Presiding: Geneva Overholser, USC Annenberg’s School of Journalism
Panelists:
Bill Celis, associate professor and associate director of the USC Annenberg
School of Journalism
Jerry Swerling, USC Annenberg professor of professional practice and director
of PR Studies and the Strategic Communication and PR Center; USC Annenberg
assistant professor
Kjerstin Thorson, research director of the Strategic Communication
and PR Center
Willa Seidenberg, USC Annenberg professor of professional practice
Pre-registration for this luncheon was required.
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 069
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: 2011-12 Council of Divisions Meeting I
Moderating/Presiding: Tony DeMars, Texas A&M Commerce, Council of Divisions Chair
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 070
Advertising Division
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Off-site Tour: Advertising Division Chicago Tour: BBDO/Energy
Moderating/Presiding: Scott Hamula, Ithaca
Meet in hotel lobby at 1:15 p.m. for the short walk to 410 N. Michigan Avenue.
1:30 pm to 4:30 pm / 071
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
Off-site Tour: ComSHER is all Wet: Off-site Field Trip to the Shedd Aquarium
Moderating/Presiding: Michael Dahlstrom, Iowa State
The annual ComSHER off-site field trip takes us to the Shedd Aquarium, one of the most active sites
of science communication in Chicago with an estimated 1 million visitors this month alone.
Attendees will get free admission, a tour of the aquarium and a discussion with Shedd staff about
their successes and challenges with communicating science to such a large and public audience.
Some time is reserved for exploring the aquarium on your own. The Shedd aquarium is roughly two
miles from the conference hotel and will take about 20 minutes by cab, bus or foot. The tour will
start at 1:45 to allow for travel. For those interested in public transit, the #146 bus will take you
directly to the Shedd for $2.25 and requires exact change. You can also take the #3 bus to Michigan
and 11th and then head east on foot using the pedestrian bridge over the commuter train tracks for
approximately half a mile. To use the El, take the Grand subway stop and exit at Roosevelt and walk
east (turn left) for about half a mile on Roosevelt to the museum campus.
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 072
Communication Theory and Methodology Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Framing
Moderating/Presiding: Stephanie Edgerly, Northwestern
Beyond Content: Framing through the Roles of Journalists
Lea Hellmueller, Edson Tandoc and Tim Vos, Missouri
Attitude Change in Competitive Framing Environments? The Moderating Role
of Open/Close-Mindedness on Framing Effects About Global Climate Change
Erik Nisbet, Ohio State; P. Sol Hart, American; Teresa Myers, George Mason
and Morgan Ellithorpe, Ohio State
Talking about Healthcare: News Framing of Who Is Responsible for Rising Healthcare
Costs in the United States
Sei-Hill Kim, Andrea Tanner, Soo Yun Kim and Caroline Foster, South Carolina
Gains or Losses, or Gains and Losses? Expanding the Conceptual Boundaries
of Prospect Theory
Jessica Myrick and Sri Kalyanaraman, North Carolina
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The Impacts of Message Framing and Risk Type in Skin Cancer Prevention Public Service
Announcements (PSAs)
Hannah Kang and Moon J. Lee, Florida
Discussant: Julie Andsager, Iowa
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 073
History and Magazine Divisions
Research Panel Session: The Checkered Past (and Uncertain Future) of Journalism History
Moderating/Presiding: John M. Coward, Tulsa
Panelists:
John Pauly, Marquette
David Nord, Indiana
Don Shaw, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Carolyn Kitch, Temple
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 074
Law and Policy Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: “Bad” Speakers & “Bad” Speech: Libel, Prior Restraints
and True Threats
Moderating/Presiding: S. L. Alexander, Loyola New Orleans
When “Ripped from the Headlines” Means “See You in Court”: Libel By Fiction
and the Tort Law Twist on a Controversial Defamation Concept
Robert Richards, Pennsylvania State
Re-Defining Defamation: Psychological Sense of Community in the Age of the Internet
Amy Kristin Sanders and Natalie Hopkins-Best, Minnesota
Protecting Citizen Journalists with Actual Malice
Nikhil Moro, North Texas and Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
True Threats, Fake Warnings: Proscribing Intimidating Speech in a Context of Violence
Bastiaan Vanacker, Loyola Chicago
Past Bad Speakers, Performance Bonds & Unfree Speech
Clay Calvert, Florida
Discussant: Jane Kirtley, Minnesota
1:30 pm to 3 pm/ 075
Mass Communication and Society Division
High Density Refereed Paper Research Session: Health Issues and Portrayals in Mass Media
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Moderating/Presiding: Carol J. Pardun, South Carolina
Body Talk: Gay Men’s Body Image Commentary on Queerty.com
Joseph Schwartz, Northeastern and Josh Grimm, Texas Tech
Confronting Contradictory Media Messages about Body Image and Nutrition:
Implications for Public Health
Maria Len-Rios, Kelsey Davis, Alison Gammon, Charnissia Smith,
Swearingen Ann and Burgoyne Suzanne, Missouri
Cross-cultural Frame Analysis of Obesity: Comparative Cause and Solution
Framing of Obesity in Individualistic Culture and Collective Culture
Jin Sook Im, Florida
Media Stereotypes & the Stigmatization of Mental Illness: The Role
of Adjoining and Adjacent Primes
Scott Parrott
and Francesca Carpentier, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Obamacare in the News: The Consequences of National News Attention
and Political Knowledge on Attitudinal Ambivalence Towards
Healthcare Policy
Jay Hmielowski, Yale; Michael Beam, Washington State
and Myiah Hutchens, Arizona
The Internet-a Tool for Accessing Sex Related Information: How Do Young
Adults Use It?
Alice Tunaru and Yorgo Pasadeos, Alabama
The Knowledge Gap vs. the Belief Gap and Abstinence-only Sex Education
Douglas Hindman, Murrow College of Communication
Changmin Yan, Washington State
The Relationship of Critical thinking Toward Alcohol Ads With Perceptions
of Message Trustworthiness and Fairness
Erica Weintraub Austin and Lok Pokhrel, Washington State
What Are We Saying About Sex? A Content Analysis of Sex Articles in Men’s
and Women’s Health Magazine
Kimberly Walker, Indiana-Purdue
“Pulling the Plug on Grandma”: Obama’s Health Care Pitch, Media Coverage
& Public Opinion
Shahira Fahmy, Arizona; Christopher McKinley, Montclair State;
Christine Filer, Arizona and Paul Wright, Indiana
Discussants: Ann Major, Pennsylvania State and Brooke Weberling, South Carolina
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 076
Media Ethics Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Exploring Theoretical Models and Approaches
to Enhance Scholarship in Media Ethics
Moderating/Presiding: David Craig, Oklahoma
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Anthropological Realism for Global Ethics**
Clifford Christians, Illinois and Stephen Ward, Wisconsin-Madison
The Moral Psychology of Journalism Exemplars
Patrick Lee Plaisance, Colorado State, Elizabeth Skewes, Colorado
and Joanna Larez, Colorado State
Will Write for Food. The Ethics of Collaboration: Justice as Reciprocity
and Capabilities
Lee Wilkins, Missouri
Journalism Enhanced by Argumentation, Informal Logic, and Critical Thinking*
David Herrera, Missouri
Discussant: John Ferre, Louisville
* First Place, Carol Burnett Graduate Student Research Paper Award
** Top Paper, Open Competition
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 077
Media Management and Economics Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Media Management Perspectives on Audience Behavior
and Measurement
Moderating/Presiding: Glenda Alvarado, South Carolina
Media Fragmentation and Coexistence of Market Information Regimes: Simultaneous
Use of Two Television Ratings Systems in India
Harsh Taneja, Northwestern
Patterns of European Inter-Media Competition for Advertising Before and After
Online Advertising
Dan Shaver and Mary Alice Shaver, Jonkoping International Business School
Privacy Capital: Social Media Users Perceptions and Exchange of Their Privacy Online
Jason Cain, Florida
Linking Economics to Communication Research: Exploring the Third-Person Effect
on News Consumers’ Intention to Pay
H. Iris Chyi, Angela M. Lee and Avery Holton, Texas at Austin
Discussant: Phil Napoli, Fordham
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 078
Newspaper and Online News and International Communication Divisions
Research Panel Session: The Global Journalist in the 21st Century
Moderating/Presiding: Jason Martin, DePaul
Panelists:
A Survey of U.S. Journalists in the 21st Century
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Bonnie Brownlee, Indiana and Randal Beam, Washington
A Survey of German Journalists in the 21st Century
Siefried Weischenberg, University of Hamburg & Armin Scholl,
Institute for Communication Science in Münster, Germany
A Survey of Belgium Journalists in the 21st Century
Karin Raemaeckers, Ghent University, Belgium
A Survey of Brazilian Journalists in the 21st Century
Heloiza Golbspan Herscovitz, California State, Long Beach
A Survey of Korean Journalists in the 21st Century
Sung-tae Kim and Jihyang Choi, Indiana
A Survey of Arab Journalists in the 21st Century
Lawrence Pintak, Washington State
The Global Journalist: Evidence of Journalistic Diversity from 31 Nations
David Weaver and Lars Willnat, Indiana
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 079
Public Relations Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Public Relations Division Top Teaching Papers Session
Presiding/Moderating: Carol Ames, California State, Fullerton
Integrating Leadership in Public Relations Education for an Enhanced Value*
Juan Meng, University of Georgia
The State of PR Graduate Curriculum As We Know It: A Longitudinal Analysis **
Rowena Briones and Elizabeth Toth, Maryland
Will you be my Friend? How Public Relations Professors Engage with Students
on Social Networking Sites***
Tina McCorkindale, Appalachian State
The Role of Subjective Norms on Technological Adoption Intentions of Advertising
and Public Relations Students
Tobias Hopp, Oregon
Re-imagining Public Relations Curriculum in a Time of Rapid Change
Jerry Swerling, Kjerstin Thorson, Burghardt Tenderich, Niku Ward,
Brenna Clairr O’Tierney and Mia Becker, Southern California
Discussant: Brian Smith, Purdue
* First Place Teaching Competition
** Second Place Teaching Competition
*** Third Place Teaching Competition
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 080
Community College Journalism Association and Electronic News Division
Teaching Panel Session: Innovating Social Media in the Classroom
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Moderating/Presiding: Karen M. Turner, Temple
Panelists:
Doreen Marchionni, Pacific Lutheran
Francesca A. Viola, Temple
Mary T. Rogus, Ohio
Susan Jacobson, Temple
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 081
Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Group and Communication Technology Division
Research Panel Session: What’s Next for Research on Participatory Journalism?
Moderating/Presiding: Seth C. Lewis, Minnesota–Twin Cities
Panelists:
Jane Singer, Iowa
Sue Robinson, Wisconsin-Madison
Avery Holton, Texas at Austin
Bartosz W. Wojdynski, Virginia Tech
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 082
Sports Communication Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: The View from the Stands: An Examination of Sports Audiences
Moderating/Presiding: Scott Reinardy, Kansas
Defense! Or You will Lose Your Fans! NFL and MLB Team’s Fan Relationship
Management on Facebook
Dong Hoo Kim, Eun Sook Kwon,
and Young-A Song, Texas at Austin
Digital Touchdown?: An Examination of Audience’s Multiplatform Experience During
the 2012 Super Bowl
Tang Tang, Akron and Roger Cooper, Ohio
The Effects of Fantasy Football Participation on Team Identification, Team Loyalty
and NFL Fandom
Jeremy Lee, Florida State; Brody Ruihley, Natalie Brown
and Andrew Billings, Alabama
Local or National?: An Examination of Fans’ Perceptions of College Football
Scandal Coverage
Molly Yanity and Ashley Furrow, Ohio
The Paradox of Player Safety: Media Constructions of Violence in the NFL
Jacob Dittmer, Oregon
Discussant: John Carvalho, Auburn
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1:30 pm to 3 pm / 083
University of Georgia
Research Panel Session: Annual Surveys of Journalism and Mass Communication
Moderating/Presiding: Lee B. Becker, Georgia, and Tudor Vlad, Georgia
Results will be released for the 2011 Annual Survey of Journalism & Mass Communication
Graduates, the 2011 Annual Survey of Journalism and Mass Communication Enrollments, and the
2010-11 Survey of Doctoral Programs in Communication.
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 084
JHistory Internet Group
Panel Session: Digital Overload and Digital Fasts: Balancing the Need to Stay Connected
with the Need for Grounding and Reflection
Moderating/Presiding: David T.Z. Mindich, St. Michael’s
Panelists:
Mitchell Stephens, New York
Jennifer Rauch, Long Island-Brooklyn
Wendy Swanberg, Wisconsin-Madison
Dawn Gilpin, Arizona State
Jerry Swope, St. Michael’s
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 085
Cultural and Critical Studies Division and Entertainment Studies Interest Group
Research Panel Session: Critiquing the Critiquers: Ethics, Disclosure, and Turning Our
Own Favorite Media Inside-Out
Moderating/Presiding: Beverly G. Merrick, Nebraska-Kearney
Panelists:
Frank Fanboy (or Fangirl)-ism: The Potential for Authoritative Research
and Critical Contributions Among Enthusiast Researchers
Bryan Carr, Oklahoma
There Once Was a Supernatural Lamb: Popular Culture vs. Religion
Joseph M. Valenzano III, Dayton
The Thin Line Between Expertise and Fandom: Familiarity, Contempt, and Access
J. Richard Stevens, Colorado-Boulder
Not Lovin’ It: An Insider's Critique of Morally Ambivalent Marketing to Kids
Constance Milbourne, Rhode Island
Dissecting Great Brands: Toyota Crashes into Ozzy Osbourne
Jacqueline Lambiase, Texas Christian
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3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 086
Electronic News and Communication Technology Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Social Media: Metrics and Analytics
Moderating/Presiding: Jeremy Harris Lipschultz, Nebraska at Omaha
Panelists:
Rebecca Denison, senior analyst, strategy and analysis, Digitas
Mark LeBien, senior editor, Chicago Tribune
Kevin Saghy, public relations & marketing specialist, Chicago Cubs
Carol Fowler, editor/media relations lead, Viewpoints
Chuck Hemann, director of analytics, WCG
David Kamerer, Loyola, Chicago
Phil Gomes, senior vice president, Edelman Digital, Chicago
Stuart Shulman, Massachusetts Amherst
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 087
History Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: African-American Voices, Viewpoints, and Historical
Perspectives on Race
Moderating/Presiding: Jane Marcellus, Middle Tennessee State
Instruments of Transatlantic Community: Julia Griffiths’ “Letters from the Old World”
in Frederick Douglass’ Newspapers
Sarah Parsons, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
and Frank Fee, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Afro’s Ollie Stewart: Looking at American Politics, Society and Culture from Europe
Jinx Broussard and Newly Paul, Louisiana State
“To End the Racial Nightmare”: James Baldwin and the Kennedys
Kathy Forde, South Carolina
Polemics and Pragmatism: James J. Kilpatrick’s Shifting Views on Race
Between 1963 and 1966
Elizabeth Atwood, Hood College
Discussant: Aimee Edmondson, Ohio
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 088
International Communication Division
Centennial Session
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Research Panel Session: A Century of Journalism and News Media in Latin America
and the Caribbean
Moderating/Presiding: Manuel Chavez, Michigan and Rosental Alves, Texas at Austin
Panelists:
A Perspective of the Trajectory of South America
Leonardo Ferreira, Miami
A Perspective of the Trajectory of Central America
Rick Rockwell, American
A Perspective of the Trajectory of the Caribbean
Federico Subervi, Texas State
A Perspective of the Trajectory of Mexico
Sallie Hughes, Miami
A Perspective of the Trajectory of Brazil
Heloiza G. Herscovitz, California State, Long Beach
Discussants: Manuel Chavez, Michigan and Rosental Alves, Texas at Austin
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 089
Magazine and Visual Communication Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Teaching Marathon: Magazines and Visual Communication
Moderating/Presiding: Carol B. Schwalbe, Arizona
Panelists:
The Art of Interviewing: Thinking — and Listening — on Five Levels
at the Same Time
David Abrahamson, Northwestern
Storytelling with Billy Joel’s “Piano Man”
Lori Blachford, Drake
Hunting for Resolutions… Or Stalking the Narrative Story Idea
Ellen Gerl, Ohio
Multimedia Gathering with Mobile
Seth Gitner, Syracuse
Recreating Type-Only Posters, and Spying on the Competition
Sandra Henry, Drake
No Pain, Lots of Gain: Developmental Assignments in Magazine Design
Carol Elizabeth Holstead, Kansas
Adding Fragrance to Feature Writing
Cathy Johnson, Angelo State
Learning Attribution via Dueling Travel Magazines
Sammye Johnson, Trinity
A Quick Trick to Make Your Design Class Completely Student-Centered
Lee B. Joliffe, Drake
Documenting Biology Research in Posters by Visual Design Students
Dennis Jones, Samford
Discovering and Using the Five Senses to Diagnose Students’ Mind-Set Abilities
Early in the Semester
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Beverly Merrick, Nebraska-Kearney
Blind Grading: How to Evaluate Students’ Work More Objectively
Lyle Olson, South Dakota State
Cycling: How to Make Your ‘Body’ Move!
Quint Randle, Brigham Young
The Holocaust Project
Ann Schierhorn, Kent State
Design a Cover that Grabs Your Audience
Sheila Webb, Western Washington
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 090
Media Ethics and Law and Policy Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Teaching Law and Ethics Together: Mixing Oil and Water
Moderating/Presiding: Jack Breslin, Iona
Panelists:
John Williams, Principia, IL
Brian Steffen, Simpson, IA
Ted Glasser, Stanford
Joan Conners, Randolph-Macon
Joyce Hoffman, Old Dominion
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 091
Newspaper and Online News Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: What is News and What is Journalism?
Moderating/Presiding: Andy Bechtel, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Press Versus the Public: What is “Good Journalism?”*
Homero Gil de Zuniga, Texas at Austin
and Amber Hinsley, Saint Louis
What Is News? Audiences May have Their Own Ideas
Cory Armstrong, Melinda McAdams and Jason Cain, Florida
Newspaper-Owning Corporate Cultures and the Industry-Wide News Slant
Frederick Schiff and David Llanos, Houston
Newspaper Journalists Evaluate the State of the Watchdog Function
Marsha Ducey, Brockport (SUNY)
Argument Quality in Pulitzer Prize-winning Reporting
David Herrera, Missouri
Discussant: Eric Meyer, Illinois
* Winner, Top Open Division Paper Award
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3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 092
Public Relations Division
High Density Refereed Paper Research Session
Moderating/Presiding: Hilary Fussell Sisco, Quinnipiac
Motivations and Antecedents of Public Engagement on Corporate
Social Networking Sites
Sunny Wan-Hsiu Tsai and Rita Linjuan Men, Miami
A Study on Exploring Antecedents of Relationship Dissolution
in Organization-Public Relationships
Bitt Moon, Syracuse and Sung-Un Yang, Indiana-Bloomington
Considering Familial, Sociopolitical, Technological, and Other Factors
in a Cultural Approach to Risk Communication
Jennifer Vardeman-Winter, Houston
Predictors of Organizations’ Crisis Communication Approaches:
Full Versus Limited Disclosure
Sora Kim and Emma Wertz, Florida
Discussant: Chun-ju Flora Hung, Hong Kong Baptist University
Navigating Anger in Happy Valley: Using Facebook for Crisis Response
and Image Repair in the Wake of the Sandusky Scandal
Melanie Formentin, Denise Bortree
and Julia Daisy Fraustino, Pennsylvania State
Usage and Effectiveness of Facebook for Organizational Crisis Management
Eyun-Jung Ki and Elmie Nekmat, Alabama
Uncertainty Reduction Strategies via Twitter: The 2011 Wildfire Threat
to Los Alamos National Laboratory
Nicole Merrifield and Michael Palenchar, Tennessee
Discussant: Bryan Reber, Georgia
On Publicity: Ivy Lee’s 1924 Address to the American Association
of Teachers of Journalism
Kirk Hallahan and Stephen Cory Robinson, Colorado State
CSR-crisis Relevance on the Public’s Blame Attributions
Hanna Park, Florida
How to Minimize Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Cynicism
in Younger Generations: Exploring Trickle Effects of Social Partnerships
Daewook Kim, Texas Tech
Discussant: Craig Carroll, Lipscomb
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 093
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Community College Journalism Association, Small Programs Interest Group
and Scholastic Journalism Division
Refereed Paper Research Poster Session: Great Ideas For Teaching (G.I.F.T.)
Moderating/Presiding: John Kerezy, Cuyahoga Community College
1. Unsung Hero
Yanjun Zhao, Cameron
2. A Timeless Classic for Teaching Organizational Communication
Tamara Gillis, Elizabethtown
3. AP Style Game Day
Sue Burzynski Bullard, Nebraska
4. Screencasts and Standards
Adam J. Kuban and Laura MacLeod Mulligan, Ball State
5. Bringing Media Relations into the Classroom
Eric M. Wilson, Wichita State
6. Branding Your Website
David Painter, Full Sail University
7. WWJSD – What Would John Stewart Do?
Laura Hlavach, Southern Illinois
8. Journalistic Blogging Analysis
Carolyn Nielsen, Western Washington
9. From Tweet to Lead
Neil Ralston, Western Kentucky
10. Interviewing Interviewers
Chris Roberts, Alabama
11. The Structure Puzzle
Bruce Gillespie, Wilfrid Laurier
12. Cola Wars and Applied Research
Elizabeth Gardner, Texas Tech
13. Visual Framing of News Events
Daniel Hunt, Newbury
14. Avoid Source Remorse
Carol Schwalbe, Arizona
15. So You Want To Be An Entrepreneur
Andi Stein, California State, Fullerton
16. Rewriting the Trade Show Booth
Kelly Bruhn, Drake
17. Class Blog in a Visual Comm. Class
Amy DeVault, Wichita State
18. Making a Splash on the First Day of Class
Brandie Martin, Snow Dong and Anne Hoag, Pennsylvania State
19. Text Your Professor
Miglena Sternadori, South Dakota
20. What Do We Know?
Michael Grundmann, James Madison
21. Twitter Tweeting Twaining
Brian K. Johnson, Illinois
22. Gutenberg 2.0
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Emily Erickson, California State, Fullerton
23. Tweet me, Facebook me, or YouTube me, but Please Don’t Call Me
Sonya DiPalma, North Carolina
24. Feeding a Twitter News Feed
Rich Kenney, Florida Gulf Coast University
25. Quick-Shoot Assignment Produces Excitement, Strong Results
John Freeman, Florida
Discussant: Ginger Carter Miller, George College
Judge Coordinator: MaryJean Land, Georgia College
G.I.F.T. Judging Panel: Angela Criscoe, Georgia College; Mary Cupito, Northern Kentucky; Cindi
Deutschman-Ruiz, Cuyahoga Community; Jeremy Sarachan, St. John Fisher; Cindy L. Simoneau,
Southern Connecticut State; David Weinstock, Texas-Tyler; Barbara Zang, Worcester State; Kim
Karloff; Amanda Respess, Georgia College.
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 094
Commission on the Status of Women
Refereed Paper Research Session: Girlhoods, Popular Culture, and Identity
Moderating/Presiding: Spring-Serenity Duvall, South Carolina, Aiken
Girlhoods in the Golden Age of U.S. Radio: Music, Shared Popular Culture, and Memory
Sharon Mazzarella, James Madison; Rebecca Hains, Salem State
and Shayla Thiel-Stern, Minnesota
Subverting the Script: Strengthening Young Women’s Sexual Self-concept
by Exposure to Televised Counter Sexual Scripts
Rebecca Ortiz, Texas Tech
A Correlation Study on Chinese Young Female Audiences’ Exposure to American
TV Drama, Perceived Realism, and Sex-related Effects*
Qi Ling and Xin Zhang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
“A Girl Move”: Negotiating Gender and Technology in Chess Offline and Online
Undrahbuyan Baasanjav, Temple
Discussant: Stacey Hust, Washington State
* Top Student Paper
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 095
Civic and Citizen Journalism and Community Journalism Interest Groups
PF&R Panel Session: African Media, The Arab Spring and Democratization: The “Unseen”
and “Un-mentioned” Social Side of the News Revolution
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Moderating/Presiding: Arnold de Beer, Stellenbosch
Panelists:
Introduction: African Media, The Arab Spring and Democratization:
The “Unseen” and “Un-mentioned” Social Side of the News Revolution
Arnold de Beer, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
The Arab Spring, Quality Human Performance and Development Media
in Sub-Saharan Africa
Festus Eribo, East Carolina
Religious Leaders and the Media as Catalysts of Social Change
in Contested Democracies
Monica Chibita, Uganda Christian University, Uganda
Gender Perspectives, Media and Social Change.
Margaretha Geertsema, Butler
African Media and Democratization (Peter Lang, 2011).
Yusuf Kalyango Jr., Ohio
Respondent: Kaarle Nordenstreng, University of Tampere, Finland
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 096
Political Communication Interest Group and Mass Communication and Society Division
Research Panel Session: Four Decades of Agenda-setting Research: Past and Future,
Local and Global
Moderating/Presiding: Ying Roselyn Du, Hong Kong Baptist
Panelists:
Speaking for 1970s
Donald Shaw, UNC-Chapel Hill
Speaking for 1980s
David Weaver, Indiana
Speaking for 1990s
Lars Willnat, Indiana
Speaking for 2000s
Guy Golan, Syracuse
Respondent: Max McCombs, Texas-Austin
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 097
Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
ASJMC Presidential Panel: Putting the “Ad” in Administration: JMC Leadership
Opportunities and Challenges for those from Advertising
and Public Relations Backgrounds
Moderating/Presiding: Beth E. Barnes, Kentucky, 2011-12 ASJMC President
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Panelists:
Strategic Planning
Roger Lavery, Ball State
Administrative Job Search Process
Carol Pardun, South Carolina
External Communication
Brad Rawlins, Arkansas State
Fundraising
Jan Slater, Illinois
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 098
Korean American Communication Association
Refereed Paper Research Session: AEJMC-KACA High-Density Research Session
Moderating/Presiding: Sung-Un Yang, Indiana-Bloomington
New Ways of Accessing News with Mobile Devices: Exploring the Relationships
Among Perceived Suitability, Motives, and Behaviors for Using Mobile-Based News
Hongjin Shim, Yonsei University; Kyung Han You, Pennsylvania State
and Jeong Kyu Lee, The ClearWay Minnesota
Linking Heath Information Seeking to Behavioral Outcomes: Examination of the Antecedents
and the Outcome of Childhood Vaccination Information Seeking in South Korea
Hyun Ou Lee, Hanyang University and Soyoon Kim, Minnesota
What Makes a Festival Experience Extraordinary?: Examining the Mediating Role
of the “Shinmyoung” Experience in the Relationship Between Perceived Festival
Quality and Behavioral Intentions
Tae-Il Yoon, Hallym University and Hae-Young Byun, Kangwon National University
Testing the Effects of Pictorial Exemplification in Health News about Breast Cancer
on Korean Women’s Early Detection Behaviors*
Yangsun Hong and Woohyun Yoo, Wisconsin-Madison
Legislators Talking and Walking: A Comparison of Korean and American Social Media
Behavior and Voting Patterns
Matthew A. Shapiro and Libby Hemphill, Illinois Institute of Technology;
Ho-Young Yoon and Han Woo Park, Yeungnam University
Media Use Among North Korean Migrants in South Korea and Its Impact on Their
Identity Formation and Adaptation
Eunkyung Lee, Rutgers University
A CEO’s Stealing Thunder on Twitter: Analysis of the Effects of a CEO’s Proactive
Self-Disclosure of Crisis Information Via Twitter
Nohil Park, Seoul Digital University; JiYeon Jeong, Hongik University
and Bokyung Kim, Rowan University
* Top Paper, Korean American Communication Association
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 099
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Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk and Mass Communication and Society
Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Health Literacy’s Impact on Patients, Providers, and Society
Moderating/Presiding: Robert A. Logan, U.S. National Library of Medicine,
U.S. National Institutes of Health
Panelists:
Michael Wolf, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine
Paul D. Smith, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health
David W. Baker, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine
Joanne G. Schwartzberg, American Medical Association
This pioneering panel brings together some of the leaders in health literacy research to discuss
advances in the field, the potential of health literacy research to strengthen the impact of
communication in public health and clinical care, and the professional leadership that is occurring
within medical institutions in response to health literacy challenges.
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 100
Cultural and Critical Studies Division
High Density Refereed Paper Research Session:
(De)Constructing Community: Theorizing Health, Citizenship, and Violence
Moderating/Presiding: Indira Somani, Washington and Lee
“Coloured TV”: The 1960s Conferences and BBC Television Programming
Darrell Newton, Salisbury
“They Dangerously Confuse the Concept of Personhood and Citizenship:” An Analysis
of Media Representations of Immigrant Women and Families in the Oklahoma
Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act of 2007
MaryAnn Martin, Independent
Empowered Leaders and Alone in Community: Stories of Romanian Roma Health Mediators
Adina Schneeweis, Oakland
Signifying AIDS: How Media Uses Metaphors to Define a Disease
Ammina Kothari, Indiana
“Metro’s Very Own West Side Story”: Gangs and Metaphor in Contemporary
Canadian Newspapers
Chris Richardson, Western Ontario
The Victim and the Trickster in the Other World: Myth in CNN’s Coverage
of the Rwandan Genocide
Sally Ann Cruikshank, Ohio
Mutiny on the Bay: Investigating the Presentation of the Scott Olsen Police
Assault on the Websites of San Francisco Bay Area Local Television Stations
Sean Leavey, Rutgers
Analyzing News as Myth: An Analysis of the Basement of Horror Story
Kathryn Beardsley, Temple
The Battle for Constructing Meaning of the 2008 Korean Candlelight Protest
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Wooyeol Shin, Minnesota
A News Negotiation of a State’s “History”: Collective Memory of the 2011 WI Protests
Sue Robinson, Sandra Knisely and Mitchael Schwartz, Wisconsin-Madison
Discussants: Jane Marcellus, Middle Tennessee State and Bonnie Brennen, Marquette
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 101
Communication Theory and Methodology Division and Graduate Student Interest Group
PF&R Panel Session: Experimental Methodology in Mass Communication: How to Improve
as Scholars and Reviewers
Moderating/Presiding: Myiah Hutchens, Arizona
Panelists:
Rob Wicks, Arkansas
Esther Thorson, Missouri
Glenn Leshner, Missouri
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 102
Electronic News Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: How We Influence Audience Members — If We Do
Moderating/Presiding: Laura K. Smith, Huston-Tillotson
At Face Value: Considering the Audience for Fox News’ Opinion Programming
Penina Wiesman, Rutgers
Ideology Trumps Meteorology: Why Many Television Weathercasters Remain
Unconvinced of Human-Caused Global Warming
Kris Wilson, Texas at Austin
Agenda Trending: Reciprocity and the Predictive Capacity of Social Network
Sites in Intermedia Agenda-Setting Across Issues Over Time
Jacob Groshek, Erasmus and Megan Clough Groshek, SOSMediaLab
Dynamic v. Static Infographics in Online News: Impact of Format on Perceptions,
Memory and Consumption
Patrick Merle, Coy Callison and Glenn Cummins, Texas Tech
Discussant: Gary Hanson, Kent State
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 103
Law and Policy and History Divisions
Research Panel Session: Neither Fish nor Fowl? Legal History and Its Place in Research,
Teaching and AEJMC
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Moderating/Presiding: Derigan Silver, Denver
Panelists:
Kathy Roberts Forde, South Carolina
W. Wat Hopkins, Virginia Tech, editor, Communication Law and Policy
Dean Smith, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Jeffery A. Smith, Wisconsin-Milwaukee, associate editor, Journalism and Mass
Communication Quarterly
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 104
Media Ethics and International Communication Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Global Ethics: International Contexts and their Implications for Pedagogy
Moderating/Presiding: Robert S. Fortner, American University in Bulgaria
Panelists:
Clifford G. Christians, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Stephen Ward, Wisconsin-Madison
Mark Fackler, Calvin College
Catherine Cassara, Bowling Green State
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 105
Minorities and Communication and Media Management and Economics Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Tribute to African-American Media Pioneers/Giants
Moderating/Presiding: Lillie M. Fears, Arkansas State
Panelists:
Barbara E. Allen, founder, Middle Passage Productions, Inc.; documentarian,
“Dusable to Obama: Chicago’s Black Metropolis”
Gail F. Baker, Nebraska Omaha
Jerry Domatob, Alcorn
Cathy Jackson, Norfolk State
George Sylvie, Texas at Austin
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 106
Scholastic Journalism Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Scholastic Journalism Now & In the Future: From Technology
to Identity
Moderating/Presiding: Jimmy McCollum, Lipscomb
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The State of Scholastic Journalism in South Dakota
Chuck Baldwin and Lyle Olson, South Dakota State
Journalism’s Next Generation? How High School Journalists View
the Future of Journalism*
Joseph Dennis and Amy Sindik, Georgia
Scholastic Journalism Teacher Use of Digital Devices
and Social Networking Tools**
Bruce Plopper, Arkansas-Little Rock
and Anne Fleming Conaway, Bemidji State
Negotiating Identity and High School Journalism: Race, Ethnicity, Gender,
Class & Sexuality
Eddie Madison, Oregon
Discussant: Mary Arnold, South Dakota State
* Top Student Paper
** Laurence Campbell Research Award, Top Faculty Paper
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 107
Visual Communication and Magazine Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Curated Journey: iPad and Tablet Narrative
Moderating/Presiding: Joel Beeson, West Virginia
Panelists:
Crossing the Digital Divde: Implementing Tablet Magazines in the Classroom
Jeff Inman, Drake
Magazines’ Alternative Tablet Storytelling Strategies
Susan Currie Sivek, Linfield College
Touch Interface as New Narrative Form
Dana Coester, West Virginia
Storyboarding for Interactive Narrative
David Olsen, professional technologist, West Virginia
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 108
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Community Journalism Interest Groups
Research Panel Session: The Tragedy of Today’s GLBT Journalism
Moderating/Presiding: Dane S. Claussen, ACLU of Nevada
Panelists:
Tracy Baim, editor, Windy City Media Group
Lori Blachford, Drake
Chris Burnett, California State – Long Beach
Nick Lasorsa, Texas at Austin
Dean Mundy, Appalachian State
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5 pm to 6:30 pm / 109
Small Programs Interest Group and Public Relations Division
Teaching Panel Session: Teaching the Advertising and Public Relations Campaigns Course
Moderating/Presiding: Ginger Carter Miller, Georgia College
Panelists:
Donna Davis, Oregon
Tricia Farwell, Middle Tennessee State
Joyce Haley, Abilene Christian
Katerina Tsetsura, Oklahoma
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 110
Sports Communication and Entertainment Studies Interest Groups
Research Panel Session: Crossing the Line: Exactly How Much Do We Need to Know
About Athletes’ Private Lives?
Moderating/Presiding: Howard Schlossberg, Columbia College
Panelists:
Graham Couch, Kalamazoo Gazette
Barry Rozner, SPJ award-winning columnist, Daily Herald
Wilfredo Cruz, Columbia College
Rod Burks, WTMJ4, Milwaukee
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 111
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Elected Standing
Committee on Research
Award Panel Session: 2012 James Tankard Book Award Finalists
Moderating/Presiding: Pat Curtin, Oregon
Finalists (listed alphabetically by author)
Radio Utopia: Postwar Audio Documentary in the Public Interest
Matthew C. Ehrlich, Illinois; 2011
University of Illinois Press
After the Czars and Commissars: Journalism in Authoritarian Post-Soviet
Central Asia
(edited by) Eric Freedman, Michigan State and Richard Shafer, North Dakota; 2011
Michigan State University Press.
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Audience Evolution: New Technologies and the Transformation of Media Audiences
Philip M. Napoli, Fordham; 2011
Columbia University Press.
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 112
Korean American Communication Association
Refereed Paper Research Session: AEJMC-KACA High-Density Research Session II
Moderating/Presiding: Jangyul “Robert” Kim, Colorado State
Revisiting Social Capital: Power Elites’ Social Capital Building Via Korean Newspapers’
People Section
Wan Soo Lee, Dongseo University and Min-Kyu Lee, Chung-Ang University
Religious Drama Exposure and Audience’s Knowledge Change: The Roles of Faith
Motivation, Program Appeals, and Dual Information Processing
Kisung Yoon, Gil-Chun Catholic Church
Social Media Use, Body Image and Psychological Well-Being: A Cross-Cultural
Comparison of Korean and the U.S.
Hye-ryeon Lee and Hye-Eun Lee, Hawaii at Manoa; Junghwa Choi, Hallym University
Jang Hyun Kim, Hawaii at Manoa and Hae Lin Han, Windward Community College
The Candle Light Movement, Media Coverage and Ideological Implications: Semiotic
and Discourse Analysis of News Coverage Using Baek’s SNA & DSA
Seon-Gi Baek, Eun Jung Baeck and Slgi Lee, Sungkyunkwan University
Power Relations among News Websites for Posting Headlines through Monitoring
and Imitation
Jeongsub Lim, Sogang University
Global Public Health Concerns and McDonald’s TV Commercials: A Longitudinal Analysis
of the Fast-Food Giant’s Strategies in Korea
Kwangmi Ko Kim, Towson; Ping Shaw, National Sun Yat-sen University
and Hong Cheng, Ohio
Mediating Role of the Organization-Employee Relationship Between Organizational Justice,
Supervisory Justice, Organizational Culture and Turnover Intention
Soojin Kim, Kelly Vibber and Jeong-Nam Kim, Purdue
A Contents Analysis of News Coverage of Suicide in Korea from Public Health Perspective
Hannah Lee and Soontae An, Ewha Womans University
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 113
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Centennial Session
Keynote Session: AEJMC Centennial Kickoff and Keynote Session
Moderating/Presiding: Linda Steiner, Maryland, 2011-12 AEJMC President
Thursday, August 9, 2012
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Centennial Kickoff
November 30, 1912, Beginnings:
AEJMC recognizes the schools and companies of the 23 founding members:
(alpha by name of school/company)
Chicago Tribune — James Keeley, editor
Columbia University — John W. Cunliffe and Talcott Williams
DePauw University — N.W. Barnes and E.E. Troxell
Editor & Publisher Magazine — Frank L. Blanchard, editor
Indiana University — J.W. Piercy
Inland Printer — B.F. Chittick
Iowa State University — Fred W. Beckman
Kansas Agricultural (now Kansas State University) — Charles Dillon
Marquette University — Rev. J.E. Copus
Massachusetts Agricultural (now the University of Massachusetts Amherst) — Robert W. Neal
Minnesota College of Agriculture — J.O. Rankin
National Printer-Journalist — B.B. Herbert
Notre Dame University — John M. Cooney
Publishers’ Auxiliary — J.B. Gairing
University of Cincinnati — George Miller
University of Kansas — Merle Thorpe
University of Illinois — F.W. Scott
University of Michigan — Fred N. Scott
University of Missouri — Frank Martin
University of Wisconsin-Madison — Willard G. Bleyer and Grant Hyde
[Commemorative plaques provided by the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass
Communication.]
Scripps Howard Foundation Journalism Award presentations:
2011 Journalism and Mass Communication Teacher of the Year
Award Recipient: Douglas Ward, Kansas
2011 Journalism and Mass Communication Administrator of the Year
Award Recipient: John Lavine, Northwestern
AEJMC Equity & Diversity Award presentation:
2012 Recipient: Annenberg School of Journalism at the University of Southern California
Keynote Speaker:
Richard Gingras, head of News Products, Google
8:15 pm to 9:30 pm / 114
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Opening Reception
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Featuring light hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar, the reception is a perfect place to reconnect with
friends and meet new colleagues. Free to all attending the conference, including family members.
Tickets are not required, but please wear your name badge.
Special thanks to the following schools for their financial support:
Loyola University-Chicago
University of Illinois
Indiana University
Iowa University
Marquette University
Minnesota University
Northwestern University
Iowa State
Wisconsin-Madison
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Friday, August 10, 2012
7 am to 8 am / 115
History Division
Business Session: Executive Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Tim P. Vos, Missouri
7 am to 8 am / 116
Mass Communication and Society Division
Business Session: Mass Communication and Society Editorial Board Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Stephen Perry, Illinois State, editor, Mass Communication and Society
7 am to 8 am / 117
Newspaper and Online News Division
Business Session: Executive Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Chris Roberts, Alabama
7 am to 8 am / 118
Public Relations Division
Business Session: Outgoing Executive Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Heidi Hatfield Edwards, Florida Tech
All members interested in the introduction of new matters or discussion of current matters are urged
to attend the meeting of the outgoing board of the Public Relations Division.
7 am to 8 am / 119
AEJMC Membership Committee
Welcome Session: New Member Breakfast
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Moderating/Presiding: Guy Golan, Syracuse
New members and first-time conference attendees are encouraged to attend this informal breakfast.
7 am to 9:45 am / 120
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: Elected Standing Committee on Professional Freedom and Responsibility
Moderating/Presiding: Katherine Bradshaw, Bowling Green State
7 am to 9:45 am / 121
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: Elected Standing Committee on Research
Moderating/Presiding: Ann Hollifield, Georgia
7 am to 9:45 am / 122
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: Elected Standing Committee on Teaching
Moderating/Presiding: Jennifer Greer, Alabama
7 am to 9:45 am / 123
Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: Executive Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Beth E. Barnes, Kentucky, 2011-12 ASJMC President
and Peggy Kuhr, Montana, 2012-13 ASJMC President
7 am to 8:30 am / 124
Kappa Tau Alpha
Business Session: Chapter Advisers’ Breakfast/Business Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Keith P. Sanders, Missouri
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7 am to 8:30 am / 125
Pennsylvania State University
Breakfast Session: Alumni Breakfast
Moderating/Presiding: Marie Hardin, Pennsylvania State
By invitation only.
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 126
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
High Density Refereed Paper Research Session: Targeting Communities for Health Communication
Moderating/Presiding: Elizabeth Gardner, Texas Tech
How Do Korean Senior Immigrants Use the Internet for Health Communication in the U.S.?
Jae Park, North Florida and Eric Haley, Tennessee
Individual and Community Empowerment through a “Higher Power”: An Exploration
of Rural Appalachian Women’s Communication about Health, Religion,
and Empowerment
Lucinda Austin, Elon
Brochures as Potential Initiators of Change: Study of STD Brochures Available
to Native American Youth
Marilee Long, Donna Rouner, Roe Bubar, Irene Vernon
and Greg Boiarsky, Colorado State and Jennifer Walton, NEON
Media Use and Interpersonal Communication Following a Disaster: The May 22, 2011
Tornado in Joplin, Missouri
Brian Houston, Missouri
Hard times in the Heartland: How Metropolitan Midwest Newspapers Cover Rural Health
Julie Andsager and Petya Eckler, Iowa
The Effectiveness of the Entertainment Education Strategy in Sexual Assault Prevention: A Field
Experiment in a College Campus Setting
Stacey Hust, Paula Adams, Chunbo Ren, Ming Lei
and Weina Ran, Washington State and Emily Marett, Mississippi State
A “Hopeful Transition to Parenthood”: Metaphoric Mobilization in Web Framing
of Fertility Clinics
Orly Shachar, Iona
Barriers to Medical Research Participation as Perceived by Clinical Trials Investigators:
Reaching out to Rural and African American Communities in South Carolina
Andrea Tanner, Sei-Hill Kim; Daniela Friedman, Caroline Foster
and Caroline Bergeron, South Carolina
An Evaluation of Church-based Public Engagement on Nanotechnology
John Besley, Michigan State and Sang Hwa Oh, South Carolina
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From Rangers to Radio: The Role of Communication in the Development
of Sense of Place
Laura Rickard and Richard Stedman, Cornell
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 127
Communication Theory and Methodology Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Agenda Setting
Moderating/Presiding: Betsy Emmons, Alabama
Measuring Public Opinion Formation: Assessing First- and Second-Level Agenda
Setting through Salience Measures
Jennifer Kowalewski, Texas Christian and Maxwell McCombs, Texas at Austin
Exploring “the World Outside and the Pictures in Our Heads”: A Network
Agenda Setting Study
Hong Tien Vu, Lei Guo and Maxwell McCombs, Texas at Austin
Who (or What) Sets J-bloggers’ Agenda? A Comparison Between the Political J-blogs
of Newspapers and Television Networks
Jihyang Choi, Indiana
Searching for Salience: The Interplay of Media Coverage and Online Search Behavior
During the BP Oil Disaster
Matthew Ragas, Hai Tran and Jason Martin, DePaul
Aggregating Agendas: Online News Aggregators as Agenda Setters
Paige Madsen, Iowa
Discussant: Michel Haigh, Pennsylvania State
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 128
Electronic News Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: What We Reported and How We Decided to Do It
Moderating/Presiding: Dale Edwards, Northern Colorado
How Journalists Perceive Influence: A Qualitative Assessment of Local
Television Reporters’ Ethical Decision-Making*
Beth Concepcion, SCAD
Partisan and Structural Bias: Broadcast, Cable, and Public Networks’ Coverage
of the 2008 Presidential Election
Arvind Diddi, SUNY at Oswego; Frederick Fico, Michigan State
and Geri Alumit Zeldes, Michigan State
Analyzing Story Tone in the Network TV News Coverage of Bush v. Obama
Dennis Lowry, Ben Eng, Bob Katende
and Rajvee Subramanian, Southern Illinois
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Man on the Street or Man on the Tweet? Using Social Network Site Comments
as Vox Pop in Television News
Sherice Gearhart, Texas Tech
Discussant: Cindie Jeter-Yanow, Southwest Mississippi State
*
Top Faculty Paper Award
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 129
History Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: World War II Reporting
Moderating/Presiding: James C. Foust, Bowling Green State
An Enemy’s Talk of Justice: Japanese Radio Propaganda Against Japanese American
Mass Incarceration During World War II
Takeya Mizuno, Toyo University
A New Medium at War: The Importance of Foreign Radio Reports in Portugal
During World War II
Nelson Ribeiro, Catholic University of Portugal
American Wartime Newsreels and Press Reaction during WWII
Stephen McCreery, Georgia
“To Plead Our Cause” and Make a Profit: The Competitive Environment of the
African American Press during World War II
Earnest Perry, Missouri
Discussant: Mike Sweeney, Ohio
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 130
Mass Communication and Society Division and Graduate Student Interest Group
Teaching Panel Session: Submitting Your Papers to Journals in Mass Communication
Moderating/Presiding: Stephen Perry, Illinois State, editor, Mass Communication and Society
Panelists:
Dane S. Claussen, ACLU of Nevada, editor, Journalism & Mass
Communication Educator
Anthony Moretti, Robert Morris, co-editor, Electronic News
Sandra H. Utt, Memphis, co-editor, Newspaper Research Journal
Ran Wei, South Carolina, associate editor/editor-elect, Mass Communication
and Society
Lee Wilkins, Missouri, editor, Journal of Mass Media Ethics
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8:15 am to 9:45 am / 131
Media Ethics Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: What News Coverage of Critical Issues Tells Us
About Journalists and Journalism
Moderating/Presiding: Jack Breslin, Iona
“Spike the Football”: Truth-telling, the Press and the Bin Laden Photos
Frank Vultee, Wayne State
Covering White “Just-Us”: What Did Journalists “Really” Say About Ipperwash?
Romayne Fullerton, Western Ontario; Maggie Peterson, Duquesne
and Ginny Whitehouse, Eastern Kentucky
Journalistic Ethics at the Border: How El Paso Times Journalists Balance Reporting
the News and Protecting their Sources
Cathleen Carter and Kris Kodrich, Colorado State
Comparing Chinese and U.S. Journalism Students on their Perceptions
of the Roles and Ethics of Journalism
Jin Yang and David Arant, Memphis
Discussant: Tom Bivins, Oregon
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 132
Media Management and Economics Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: The Media Corporation: Research on Corporate
Structures in 21st Century Media
Moderating/Presiding: Amy Jo Coffey, Florida
Corporations as Indispensable Entities to the Media: How Interlocking Board of Directors
Influence Media Coverage*
Jun Ho Lee and Michael Bednar, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Collapse of the Newspaper Industry: Goodwill, Leverage and Bankruptcy
John Soloski, Georgia
Not Dead Yet: Newspaper Company Annual Reports Show Chains Still Profitable
Marc Edge, South Pacific
Too Much, Too Little, or Just About Right? Measuring Concentration of Media Ownership,
1976-2009**
Tom Vizcarrondo, Louisiana State
Discussant: Ken Killebrew, South Florida
* First Place Faculty Paper
** First Place Student Paper
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8:15 am to 9:45 am / 133
Newspaper and Online News and Scholastic Journalism Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Breakfast of Editing Champions: Beyond the Blog
Moderating/Presiding: Andy Bechtel, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
This annual gathering is open to anyone who teaches editing, appreciates editing or simply likes to
hang around editing professors. This year’s breakfast includes a panel on the role of social media in
editing courses.
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 134
AEJMC Council of Affiliates; Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Interest Group
and Minorities and Communication Division
Teaching Panel Session: Enhancing Diversity Teaching in the Classroom
Moderating/Presiding: Victoria Lim, multi-platform journalist/newsroom trainer,
Society of Professional Journalists
Panelists:
Barbara Barnett, Kansas
Lori A. Blachford, Drake
Joel Geske, Iowa State
Curtis Lawrence, Columbia College Chicago
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 135
Entertainment Studies Interest Group, Cultural and Critical Studies, Advertising
and Public Relations Divisions
Scholar-to-Scholar Refereed Paper Research Session: Title
Advertising Division
Topic I — Teacher’s Pet Projects
1. Perceptions of Work-life Balance Among US Advertising Students:
A Study of Gender Differences
Jami Fullerton and Alice Kendrick, Oklahoma State
2. Learning From the Best: A Study of the Growth, Goals and Methods
of Exemplary Teachers
Brett Robbs, Colorado at Boulder and Sheri Broyles, North Texas
3. Overview of Technology’s Role in the Advertising Creative Classroom
Lisa Duke and Sabrina Habib, Florida
4. Where the Bottom Line Is Higher: What Small IMC Agencies Need
From New Graduates
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Martine Robinson Beachboard, Idaho State and Lisa Weidman, Linfield
Discussant: Karen Mallia, South Carolina
Topic II — Deep Dive into New Media
5. When Do Consumers Seek Brand Recommendations Online? Updating Existing
Theory on Product Choice and the Form of Information
Hyuk Jun Cheong, Tennessee
6. Examining Perceived Control of Navigation and Its Interaction with Perceived
Fit in Cause-Sponsorship Leveraging on Corporate Web Sites
Ye Wang, Missouri - Kansas City
7. Engagement Ads in Social Network Games: Persuasion Knowledge and Consumer
Choices to Send Marketer-Generated eWOM to Friends
Jin Kyun Lee and Sara Steffes Hansen, Wisconsin-Oshkosh
8. London, Lyrics, & Louis Vuitton: A Cross-cultural Content Analysis of Product
Placement in Popular Music
Clay Craig and Shannon Bichard, Texas Tech
9. Young Consumers’ Motivations for Scan QR Code Advertising
Jong-Hyuok Jung, Rachel Somerstein
and Eun Seon Kwon, Syracuse
Discussant: Tom Fauls, Boston University
Topic III — The Agency Business
10. Creative Reconstruction in Tokyo: The Rebuilding of an American/Japanese
Advertising Agency
Daniel Haygood, Elon
11. Advertising in Flux: The Exodus of Account Planning from St. Louis
Sara Roedl, Southern Illinois
12. An Exploratory Study of An Emerging Phenomenon in Advertising Agencies:
Project Management Is Taking Over?
Daniel Ng, Oklahoma
13. Exploring Interactive Media from the Perspective of Creative Professionals
at Advertising Agencies in the Midwest
Adam Wagler, Nebraska-Lincoln
Discussant: Patricia Mark, South Alabama
Topic IV — Ad Effects and Impacts
14. Narrative Transportation in Radio Advertising: A Study of the Effects
of Dispositional Traits on Mental Transportation
Lu Zheng and Yunmi Choi, Florida
15. The Effect of Tempo in the Background Music of Political Television Spots
on Candidates’ Issue Images, Humane Images, and Voters’ Recall
Sang Chon Kim and Doyle Yoon, Oklahoma
16. The Effect of Acculturation on the Language of Advertising Among Hispanics
Ashley Garcia and Cynthia Nichols, Oklahoma State
17. Cultural Cues in Advertising: Context Effects on Perceived Model Similarity,
Identification Processes, and Advertising Outcomes
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Gregory Hoplamazian, Loyola-Maryland
18. The Effects of Spokes-characters and Mood on Children’s Attitudes Toward Advertising
and Purchase Intention
Bin Shen and Karla Gower, Alabama
Discussant: Elizabeth Housholder, Minnesota
Cultural and Critical Studies Division
Topic — Culture, Consumerism and Crisis
19. The Structuration of Crisis Management: Guiding a Process of Repair
Erin Schauster, Missouri
20. “Reading” The Apprentice: Culture and the Manufacturing of Reality
Sharon Terrell, South Alabama
21. The Complexity of Immaterial Production: Toward a Political Economy of Crowdsourcing
Ruben Ramirez, Puerto Rico
22. Apotheosizing Jobs, Mythologizing America: Consumerism and the Liberalist
Media in China
Zhengjia Liu and Daniel Berkowitz, Iowa
Discussant: Ted Glasser, Stanford
Topic — Framing the Story: Language, Policy and Participation Rituals
23. Framing as Media Ritual: Fox News Network (FNN) Covers the Bristol Palin Pregnancy
Frank Durham and Lee Hye-Jin, Iowa
24. Environmental Policy and Public Participation: How ‘Election Day’
Democracy Defines NEPA
Ritch Woffinden, Washington State
25. Death in Waikiki: The Significance of the Geo-cultural Context in News
Media Framing
Ann Auman, Hawaii
26. “Makmende Is So Powerful He Showed Us Who We Truly Are:” Kenya’s Collective
Reimaging and a Meme of Optimism
Brian Ekdale and Melissa Tully, Iowa
Discussant: Jason Zenor, SUNY at Oswego
Topic — Exploring Community, Culture, and Identity
27. Queer as a Football Bat: Hegemonic Gayness and Homophobic Narrative
in Out Magazine’s ‘Sports Issue’
Robert Byrd, Southern Mississippi
28 If I Were a Belle: Performers’ Negotiations of Feminism, Gender, and Race
in Princess Culture
Rebecca Hains, Salem State
29. Urban or Rural? An Analysis on the Stereotypical Media Depictions of Phoenix
Guys in China
Li Chen, Iowa
30. Madame C.J. Walker: Educational Practice, Media and Culture
Loren Saxton, Georgia
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Discussant: Erika Engstrom, Nevada, Las Vegas
Topic — Constructing Meaning, Memory and Myth
31. Rise of the Planet of the Apes and the Speculative as Public Memory
Phil Chidester, Illinois State
32. Heteroglossia, Polyphony, and Unfinalizability: Examining a White House
Press Briefing Through the Theories of Mikhail Bakhtin
Sarah Cavanah, Oklahoma
33. Myth Interprets the Bandung Conference: The Black Press’ Narrative
of the Other World
Jinx Broussard and Ben LaPoe, Louisiana State
34. Sociology After Society: Emile Durkheim and “The Walking Dead”
Bryan Carr, Oklahoma
Discussant: Jeanne Criswell, Indianapolis
Topic — Redefining Journalism in Consumer Culture
35. Who Are Journalists? Presentation of Self on the Microblog “We Are Journalists”
Michael Clay, Ohio
36. “Where Buzz is Born”: South-by-Southwest, Blogging, and Media Conduction
Robert Peaslee, Texas Tech and Stephanie Miles, Iowa
37. Participation beyond Production: Reception and Ritual in the Study
of Activist Audiences
Jennifer Rauch, Long Island
38. From Breaking to Traditional News: How Journalists Craft Resonance
Through Storytelling
Victoria LaPoe and Amy Reynolds, Louisiana State
Discussant: John Pauly, Marquette
Public Relations Division
39. Applying the Constructivist Approach to New Media PR Courses
Elizabeth Bates and Mia Moody Ramirez, Baylor
40. Coorientation Theory and Assessment of the RFP solution to Client/Service Learner
Matchmaking
Cathy Rogers and Valerie Andrews, Loyola New Orleans
41. Examining the Relationship between International Public Relations Efforts, Media Coverage,
Country Reputation and Performance Using Agenda Building & Agenda Setting
Rajul Jain and Lawrence Winner, Florida
42. The Influence of Confucianism on the Legitimacy of Chinese Organizations
Shuo Yao and John Brummette, Radford
and Luo Yi, Montclair State
43. Because the Subaltern Cannot Speak: An Introduction to the Culture-Centered Approach
to Public Relations
Induk Kim, Northern Illinois
Discussant: Suman Lee, Iowa State
44. Theorizing the Global-Local Paradox: Comparative Research on Information
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Subsidies’ Localization by U.S.-based Multinational Corporations
Juan-Carlos Molleda, Sarabdeep Kochhar
and Christopher Wilson, Florida
The Role of the Organization in Networked Social Capital: A Political Public Relations
Model of Social Capital Building
Adam Saffer, Oklahoma
Public Relations and Public Diplomacy: A Divided Past, a Shared Future
Antoaneta Vanc and Kathy Fitzpatrick, Quinnipiac
Exploring the Role of Senate Majority Leader Political Public Relations Efforts: Comparing
Agenda-Building Effectiveness across Information Subsidies
Spiro Kiousis, Ji Young Kim, Ashley Carnifax
and Sarabdeep Kochhar, Florida
Political Public Relations and the Promotion of Participatory, Transparent
Government through Social Media
Elizabeth Avery and Melissa Graham, Tennessee
Discussant: Colleen Connelly-Ahern, Pennsylvania State
49. Social Campaigns Help Our Image, Right?: Using the Situational Theory to Explore
Effects on Attitudes Toward a Brand and Its Issues
Elizabeth Johnson-Young, North Carolina
and Robert Magee, Virginia Tech
50. Empowered & Engaged: A Phenomenological Study Exploring Social Media Best
Practices for Nonprofit Organizations
Tessa Breneman, Alexis Abel
and Frauke Hachtmann, Nebraska-Lincoln
51. Identifying Social Media Influencers: Using Network Mapping to Track Information
Flows in Online Interest-Based Publics
Kathleen Stansberry, Oregon
52. Examining the Effect of Organizations’ Interpersonal Approach in Social
Networking Sites
Kang Hoon Sung, Florida
53. Defining And Measuring Organization-Public Dialogue
Heewon Cha, Ewha Womans University, Sung-Un Yang, Indiana
and Minjeong Kang, Ball State
Discussant: Marcia Watson DiStaso, Pennsylvania State
54. Beyond Reactive Public Relations: How a Delphi Study of New Technology
Informs Professional Practice
Adam Saffer, Michael Kent and Pop Rebeca, Oklahoma
55. Hegemony, Self-disciplining, and Stigma Among Public Relations Professionals:
Exploring Foucault’s Concept of Bio-power
Katie Place, Saint Louis
and Jennifer Vardeman-Winter, Houston
56. Winning Hearts and Building Community: An Analysis of Basic Rights Oregon’s
“Love Commitment. Marriage” Campaign
Erica Ciszek, Oregon
57. Developers’ Views about Public Meetings in the Context Public Relations Theory
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Geah Pressgrove and John Besley, South Carolina
58. Company Executive vs. Customer Testimonial: Examining Credibility of Quoted
Spokespersons in Business-to-Business Communication
Pauline Howes, Kennesaw State
and Lynne Sallot, Georgia
Discussant: Donald K. Wright, Boston
Entertainment Studies Interest Group
59. Breaking Drug War Hegemony or Reinforcing the Bad? Illicit Drug Discourses
in AMC’s Breaking Bad
Katrina Flener, Temple
60. I Know You Are, But What Am I? Adolescents’ Third-person Perception Regarding
Dating Violence
John Chapin, Pennsylvania State
61. Real or Fiction? Perceived Realism, Presence, and Attitude Change
in Reality Programming
Emily Dolan and Laura Osur, Syracuse
62. Scripted Sexual Violence: The Association Between Soap Opera Viewing
and College Students’ Intentions to Negotiate Sexual Consent
Stacey Hust, Ming Lei, Weina Ran and Chunbo Ren, Washington State
and Emily Marett, Mississippi State
63. Sex and Violence in Billboard’s Most Popular Songs: A Content Analysis of Sexual
and Violent Content in Mainstream Music Lyrics
Stacey Hust and Weina Ran, Washington State
and Kathleen Rodgers, Department of Human Development
Discussant: Mina Tsay, Boston
64. All This Has Happened Before: Battlestar Galactica as a Dialogue
on the War on Terror
Laura Osur, Syracuse
65. Is Fat the New Black?: The Impact of Multiple Exposures of Mike & Molly
on College Students Attitudes Toward Obesity and Body Image
Cynthia Nichols and Bobbi Kay Lewis, Oklahoma State
66. Traditional vs. Entertainment News: A Study of Framing and Format Effects
on Consumer Perceptions
Holly Miller and Whitney Walther, Minnesota
67. Get Rich or Die Buying: The Travails of the Working Class Auction Bidder
Mark Rademacher, Butler
Discussant: Kelly Crowley, Shenandoah
68. Animation Growing Up: Hollywood is Adding Adult Humor in Children’s
Animated Films
Chelsie Akers and Giulia Vibilio, Brigham Young
69. From Heroic Hawkeye to the Morgue Playboy: Shifting Representations of Health
Professionals and Patients in 1970s and 1980s Television
Katie Foss, Middle Tennessee State
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70. Gloomy Euphoria or Joyous Melancholy? Nostalgic Experiences of MMORPG
Players in China: A Qualitative Study
Hang Lu, Marquette
71. Is Cheating a Human Function? The Roles of Presence, State Hostility, and Enjoyment
in an Unfair Video Game
J.J. DeSimone, Li-Hsiang Kuo and Tessa Verbruggen, Wisconsin-Madison
72. The Greatest Entertainment Ever Sold: Branded Entertainment and Public Relation Agencies’
Role in Product Placement
Kathy Richardson, Berry and Carol J. Pardun, South Carolina
Discussant: Maja Krakowiak, Colorado at Colorado Springs
73. It’s Still All In Your Head: Revisiting the Parasocial Compensation Hypothesis
Phillip Madison; Lance Porter
74. May Self-Efficacy Be With You: Self-Efficacy in Star Wars Online Fan Communities
Alexis Finnerty and Dan Amernick, Syracuse
75. Portlandia Tracks the Music Industry into the Age of Digital Media
Elia Powers, Maryland-College Park
76. Story, Music, and Disposition Theory
Mark Shevy, Lauren Larsen, Carolyn Tobin
and Aubrey Kall, Northern Michigan
Discussant: Debashis “Deb” Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 136
Religion and Media Interest Group and Visual Communication Division
PF&R Panel Session: Las Vegas Religion: Exploring Sacred and Secular Media in Sin City
Moderating/Presiding: Augie Grant, South Carolina
Panelists:
Desire for the Ungodly Goddess: The Feminine Image Machine of Vegas
Larry Mullen, Nevada Las Vegas
Blurring the Sacred and Secular: Hybrid Images in Las Vegas Media
Daniel Stout, Nevada Las Vegas
Religious Images of Las Vegas: From Traditional to Subversive
Paul Lester, California State, Fullerton
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 137
Small Programs Interest Group and Community College Journalism Association
Teaching Panel Session: Newsroom to Classroom: Meeting the Challenges of the First Three Years
Moderating/Presiding: Elizabeth Atwood, Hood College
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Panelists:
Donna Bertazzoni, Hood College
Carrie Buchanan, John Carroll
John Kerezy, Cuyahoga Community College
James Simon, Fairfield
Cindy Simoneau, Southern Connecticut State
Margo Wilson, California University of Pennsylvania
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 138
Journalism and Communication Monographs
Business Session: Editorial Board Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Paul M. Lester, editor, California State, Fullerton
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 139
Poynter Institute’s NewsU
Research Panel Session: The Future of Journalism Education is Now
Moderating/Presiding: Vicki Krueger, NewsU
The assessment results from two semesters of the innovative e-learning project from The Poynter
Institute’s News University will be revealed at this session. The presenters will also talk about a
unique hybrid course run in four different countries in partnership with the European Journalism
Centre. Plus, the latest tools to make classroom teaching easier for the instructor and more engaging
for students, with measurable training results: Poynter NewsU Course Packs. In addition, we’ll also
talk about the new news literacy efforts under way.
9:30 am to 2 pm / 140
Urban Communication Foundation
Off-Site Tour: Chicago Architectural Boat Tour
Moderating/Presiding: Gary Gumpert, Urban Communication Foundation
The Chicago Architectural Foundation River Cruise is one of the great attractions of Chicago. This
90-minute tour traces the history of this great city through an interpretive tour of almost fifty of its
greatest landmarks. Join this year’s Gene Burd Urban Journalism Award winner on this truly exciting
and informative event. Pre-registration was required to get a ticket.
Meet in Marriott lobby at 9:30 a.m. to walk to boat. The tour departs from the southeast corner of
the Michigan Ave Bridge promptly at 10 a.m.
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9:45 am to 1 pm/ 141
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: Strategic Plan Implementation Committee
Moderating/Presiding: David Kurpius, Louisiana State
10 am to 11:30 am / 142
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Elected Standing Committee
on Research
Centennial Session
Plenary Panel Session: Reflections on the Next 100 years of Media
and Mass Communications Research
Moderating/Presiding: David D. Perlmutter, Iowa
Slideshow: “Great Mass Communication Theories and Theorists of the Past”
Shawn Harmsen and David D. Perlmutter, Iowa
Panel discussion to follow.
Panelists:
Guy J. Golan, Syracuse
Larry Gross, Southern California
Ann Hollifield, Georgia
Regina Lawrence, Texas at Austin
Dhavan Shah, Wisconsin-Madison
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 143
Communication Theory and Methodology Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Theory Development and Revision
Moderating/Presiding: Justin Walden, Pennsylvania State
Spirals Into Fragmentation: Rethinking the Spiral of Silence for Reference Groups
in the New Media Environment
Andrew Pritchard, North Dakota State
Depriming Hypothesis: A Theoretical Exploration of the Reverse Phenomena
of News Priming Effects
ByungGu Lee, Wisconsin
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Incorporating Motivated Cognition into the Extended Parallel Process Model:
An Integrative Theoretical Essay
Glenn Leshner, Paul Bolls and Anthony Almond, Missouri
Hearing the Other Side Revisited: Toward a Unified Theory of Deliberative
and Participatory Democracy
Hoon Lee, Nojin Kwak and Scott Campbell, Michigan
Player Agency, In-Game Behaviors, and Effects: Toward Developing a More
Robust Theory of Video Games*
J.J. DeSimone and Justin Mozer, Wisconsin
Discussant: Maria Leonora (Nori) Comello, North Carolina
* Top Two Student Paper
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 144
International Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Around the World in 90 minutes: Cross-national Comparisons
of News Media and Content
Moderating/Presiding: Jeannine Relly, Arizona
Power Distance and Trust in News Media: A Comparative Study of America and China*
Ivanka Radovic and Rachel Rui, Tennessee, Knoxville
How They Cover the World: A Comparison of News Predictors for The Associated Press,
The New York Times and Reuters**
Beverly Horvit, Peter Gade, Liz Lance and Youn-Joo Park, Missouri
A Cross-National Comparison of Russian and U.S. Newspaper Coverage of Iran’s
Nuclear Program
Diana Sokolova and Carol Schwalbe, Arizona
Revolutionary Medium? Portrayals of Social Media in American and Egyptian
Newspapers’ Coverage of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution
Margaret A. Fesenmaier, Virginia Tech; Luay Kaloumeh, Università della Svizzera italiana;
Yuxi Zhuang and James Ivory, Virginia Tech
Discussant: Jeannine Relly, Arizona
* Top Student Paper
** Top Paper
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 145
Magazine Division and Internships and Careers Interest Group
Teaching Panel Session: Who We Hire Now and Why: What Magazine Editors
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Seek in Employees and Freelancers
Moderating/Presiding: Jennifer Halperin, Columbia College
Panelists:
John B. Zibluk, Arkansas State
Hank Sartin, senior editor, Time Out Chicago
Rich Dzierwa, editor, Consumer Digest
David Bernstein, senior editor, Chicago Magazine
Keri Lynch, research editor, Advertising Age
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 146
Mass Communication and Society Division
High Density Refereed Paper Research Session: Social Media, Politics and Culture
Moderating/Presiding: Benjamin LaPoe, Louisiana State
#OCCUPYNEWS: Participatory Media, Networked Movements and Change
in the Media Agenda
Jeremy Littau and Ashley Sciora, Lehigh
Bonding Friends, Bridging Families: How Parents Share and Seek Support on Facebook
Bob Britten and Jessica Troilo, West Virginia
Does Podcast Influence on Twitter and Mainstream Media? Intermedia Agenda Setting
Effects in Podcast, Twitter, and Mainstream Media During 2011 Seoul Mayoral By-Election
Jin Sook Im, Jihye Kim and Jung Min Park, Florida
Facilitating the Egyptian Uprising: A Case Study of Facebook and Egypt’s
April 6th Youth Movement
Brian J. Bowe, Michigan State; Mariam Alkazemi, Florida
and Robin Blom, Michigan State
Routinizing a New Technology in the Newsroom: Twitter as a News Source
in Mainstream Media
Soo Jung Moon and Patrick Hadley, West Georgia
Spreading the News: Social News Sharing Practices Among Young Adults
Kjerstin Thorson, Southern California
Studying the Effects of Online User and Expert Reviews on Participant Elaboration
of Contract Documents
Yukari Takata, Florida
The Role of Motivation and Offline Social Trust in Explaining College Student’s
Self-disclosure on SNSs
Weiwei Zhang and Peiyi Huang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Walk in Two Worlds: The Impact of Social Media Consumption on Chinese Immigrants
and Sojourners’ Acculturation to the American Culture
Cong Li and Yu Liu, Miami
Why Kids Become Mobs? An Empirical Analysis of Youth Flash Mobs and Social Media
Hyunjin Seo, Kansas; Brian Houston, Missouri;
Leigh Anne Taylor Knight, Kansas City Area Education Research Consortium;
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Emily Kennedy and Alexandra Inglish, Kansas
Discussants: Eulalia Puig-Abril, Illinois at Chicago and Marcus Messner, Virginia Commonwealth
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 147
Media Ethics and Cultural and Critical Studies Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: “Class Warfare” in the Mainstream Media
Moderating/Presiding: Ryan Thomas, Missouri
Panelists:
Robert Handley, Denver
Christopher Martin, Northern Iowa
Bonnie Brennen, Marquette
Ted Glasser, Stanford
David Orlikoff, Occupy Chicago
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 148
Minorities and Communication and Scholastic Journalism Divisions
Off-site Luncheon: Robert P. Knight Multicultural Annual Award Luncheon
Moderating/Presiding: Petra Guerra, Wisconsin-Madison and David Bulla, Zayed
Presentation of Scholastic Journalism Division’s Robert P. Knight Multicultural Award
Recipient: Illinois Press Foundation
and Eastern Illinois University High School Journalism Workshop
Recognition of 2012 Lionel C. Barrow, Jr. Award Recipient:
Federico Subervi, Texas State, San Marcos
Speaker: Michael House, president, Chicago Defender
Luncheon will be held at Grand Lux Café, 600 N. Michigan Ave., 2 blocks from the conference
hotel on the corner of North Michigan Avenue and Ontario Street. Pre-registration is required.
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 149
Public Relations Division
Off-site Bill Adams/Edelman Luncheon
Moderating/Presiding: Heidi Hatfield Edwards, Florida Tech
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Speaker: Phil Gomes, senior vice president, Edelman Digital
Seating is limited. Pre-registration is required. Location: Lawry’s Restaurant, 100 East Ontario Street,
Chicago, IL 60611; (312) 787-5000. Seating is limited. Pre-registration is required. Contact Natalie
Tindall at [email protected] for additional information. Luncheon sponsored by Edelman
Worldwide Public Relations.
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 150
Visual Communication Division
Off-site Luncheon Session: Visual Journalism: Photography, Print Informational Graphics
and Digital Design
Moderating/Presiding: Bruce Thorson Nebraska-Lincoln
Scott Strazzante started work at the Chicago Tribune in 2001 and is a 9-time Illinois Photographer of
the Year, has covered major sporting events but is most proud of uncovering small moments in life.
Jonathan Berlin is the head of print graphics for the Tribune and has led a number of their redesigns.
Ryan Mark who is an interactive designer building sites and user experiences online. The luncheon
will be held at the Chicago Tribune, 435 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago IL 60611. Preregistration is required.
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 151
AEJMC Council of Affiliates (Scripps Howard Foundation)
PF&R Panel Session: Funders Tell All: How to Pitch Irresistible Grant Applications
Moderating/Presiding: Christopher Callahan, dean, Arizona State
Panelists:
Clark Bell, journalism program director, McCormick Foundation
Susan King, dean, North Carolina-Chapel Hill; former vice president
for external affairs, Carnegie Corporation
Amy Starlight Lawrence, journalism program associate, Knight Foundation
Mike Philipps, president and CEO, Scripps Howard Foundation
Eric Newton, senior advisor to the president, Knight Foundation
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 152
Commission on the Status of Women
Session: Networking Luncheon
Moderating/Presiding: Stacey Hust, Washington State
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11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 153
Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Models of Emerging Journalism
Moderating/Presiding: Deborah Chung, Kentucky
Crowdfunding for Civic Journalism: An Analysis of Story Content and Publication on Spot.Us
Marianne McCarthy, California State, Northridge
New Institutionalism and a Business Model for “Social Journalism”
Mark Poepsel, Loyola, New Orleans
Twitter as a "Journalistic Substitute?" Examining #wiunion Tweeters’ Behavior and Self-Perception
Aaron Veenstra, Narayanan Iyer, Fawaz Alajmi, Ravee Subramanian,
and Chang Sup Park, Southern Illinois - Carbondale
Discussant: Jack Rosenberry, St. John Fisher
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 154
Entertainment Studies Interest Group and Electronic News Division
Off-site Tour: Broadcasting Lives: Lessons for Students from the Museum
of Broadcast Communications
Moderating/Presiding: Brad Yates, West Georgia
Panelists:
David Cupp, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Marc Glick, Museum of Broadcast Communications, Chicago
Brad Yates, West Georgia
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 155
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Religion and Media Interest Groups
PF&R Panel Session: The State of the Community 2012
Moderating/Presiding: Tara Kachgal, Wisconsin-Superior
Panelists:
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Tracy Baim, editor, Windy City Media Group
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Kate Sosin, reporter, Windy City Media Group
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Laura Castañeda, Southern California
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Proposition 8: An Analysis of Latter-day Saint (Mormon) Culture & Media
Strategies Used to Ban Same-sex Marriage
David Scott, Utah Valley
“Homosexuality is Bad for Me”: An Analysis of Gay Christian Testimonies
in Christianity Today Magazine
James Trammell, High Point
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 156
Graduate Student Interest Group and History Division
Teaching Panel Session: King Kong Class: When Size Matters and Strategies to Deal With It
Moderating/Presiding: Berkley Hudson, Missouri
Panelists:
Mike Sweeney, Ohio
Earnest Perry, Missouri
Marjorie Kruvand, Loyola
Tim Macafee, Wisconsin-Madison
Patrick Ferrucci, Missouri
Pam Fine, Kansas
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 157
Sports Communication Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: A Closer Look at Framing and Identity in Sports Communication
Moderating/Presiding: Mary Lou Sheffer, Southern Mississippi
Beyond Getting Your Bell Rung: Framing of Sport-Related Concussion Coverage
Between 2007 and 2012*
Lesa Major, Matthew Zimmerman and Lauren Burch, Indiana
Closing the Gender Gap? A Framing Analysis of High School Basketball Coverage
Erin Whiteside and Jodi Rightler-McDaniels, Tennessee
Which Team Do You Play For? A Social Identity Study of Sports and News Journalists
and the Coverage of Athletes Who Commit Crimes
Vincent Filak and Scott Reinardy, Kansas
The Vancouver “Big Six” Gender-Framed: NBC’s Primetime Coverage of the 2010
Vancouver Olympics
James Angelini, Delaware; Andrew Billings, Alabama
and Paul MacArthur, Utica
Exploring Situational Crisis Communication Theory: Using The 2011 NBA Lockout
to Investigate Crisis Response Strategies**
Melanie Formentin, Pennsylvania State
Discussant: Brad Schultz, Mississippi
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* Top Faculty Paper
** Top Student Paper
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 158
Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly
Business Session: Editorial Board Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Daniel Riffe, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 159
Kappa Tau Alpha and Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Awards Luncheon
Moderating/Presiding: W. Joseph Campbell, American, KTA President
and Linda Steiner, Maryland, AEJMC President
Pre-registration required to attend.
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 160
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Scholar-to-Scholar Refereed Paper Research Session
Communicating Science, Health Environment and Risk Division
Topic — To Your Health: New Ideas for Effective Persuasion
1. For Fit’s Sake: A Norms-based Approach to Healthy Behaviors Through
Influence of Presumed Media Influence
Kaijie Ng, Grace Leong, Tiffany Tham
and Shirley Ho, Nanyang Technological
2. Can Media Literacy Change Children’s Attitudes and Preferences for Sugary Drinks
and Fast Foods?
Yi-Chun (Yvonnes) Chen, Virginia Tech
3. Exploring the Elaboration Likelihood Model in Cancer Communication: Experimental
Testing of Behavioral Intentions and Action
Paula Rausch, National Cancer Institute
4. Fitter with Twitter? The Direct and Efficacy-Mediated Effects of Reading, Writing,
and Tweeting Health Messages Online
Rachel Young, Missouri
5. The Impact of HIV PSAs on Attitudes, Behavioral Intentions and Risk Perception
as a Function of Evidence Form, Argument Quality, Personal Relevance and Gender
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Jueman (Mandy) Zhang, Makana Chock, Gina Chen, Valerie Schweisberger
and Yi Wang, New York Institute of Technology
Discussant: Bruce Pinkleton, Washington State
Communication Technology Division
6. Showing Off Where I am? The Interplay of Personality Traits, Self-disclosure,
and Motivation on Facebook Check-ins*
Shaojung Sharon Wang, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
7. My Whole World’s in My Palm!: Teenagers’ Mobile Use and Skill**
Yong Jin Park, Howard
8. User Behaviors in Social Commerce***
Don Shin, affiliation
9. Diffusion of News Services and Political News in Mobile Media:
A Time Budget Perspective****
Xiaoqun Zhang and Louisa Ha, Bowling Green State
and Sung-Yeon Park, Bowling Green State/Korea University, Seoul, ROK
Discussant: John Pavlik, Rutgers
* First Place Faculty Paper
** Second Place Faculty Paper
*** Third Place Faculty Paper
**** Fourth Place Faculty Paper
10 Engagement with News Content in Online Social Networks
Anne Oeldorf-Hirsch
and S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State
11. Does Twitter Make Us More Knowledgeable? The Moderating Role
of Need for Orientation
Eun-Ju Lee and Soo Youn Oh, Seoul National University
12. Effects of Three Dimensions of Web Navigability on Attitudes and Perceptions
of an Organizational Site
Bartosz Wojdynski, Virginia Tech
13. Personalized News: How Filtering Shapes News Exposure
Michael Beam, Washington State
and Gerald Kosicki, Ohio State
14. Understanding the Technological Advantages of Web Surveys: Can Response
Formats Impact Data Quality?
Clay Craig and Patrick Merle, Texas Tech
Discussant: James D. Ivory, Virginia Tech
Electronic News Division
15. Changes in Content Characteristics of Nontraditional Media After Partnering
with Traditional New Providers*
Jeremy Saks, Ohio
16. Tweeting in the Dark: A Comparative Analysis of Journalists’ Usages of Twitter
During a Crisis
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Rebecca Nee, San Diego State
and Judith Fusco, SRI International Center for Technology in Learning
Connecting with Audience Through Social Media: An Analysis
of Social Media Use in Broadcast Stations in the U.S.
Victoria Zeal and Eunseong Kim, Eastern Illinois
New Perspectives from the Sky: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Journalism
Mark Tremayne and Andrew Clark, Texas-Arlington
The Use of Online Innovations by Large market Television and News Radio Stations:
A Content Analysis of Station Homepages
Tim Wulfemeyer and Amy Schmitz Weiss, San Diego State
Fueling the Debate: Predictive Relationships Among Personality Characteristics,
Motives and Effects of Animated News Viewing
Wai Han Lo and Benjamin Ka Lun Cheng, Hong Kong Baptist
What is at Stake for Making English News in China: The Case
of CCTV-9’s Relaunches
Jing Ning, Rutgers
* Top Student Paper Award
** Division will present “Top Interactive Paper” award during this session
Law and Policy Division
22. Facial Recognition vs. the Law
Robert G. Larson III, Minnesota
23. The “High Life” at “Mimi’s”: West Virginia’s Wrongful Ban of Limited
Video Lottery Advertising
Matthew Haught, South Carolina
24. Justices or Politicians in Robes? Using the Brandenburg Line to Examine
Political Influence on Supreme Court Decisions
Jared Schroeder, Oklahoma
25. Mental Illness, the News Media and Open Justice: The Australian Experience
Mark Pearson, Bond
Discussant: Holly Hall, Arkansas State
Newspaper and Online News Division
26. Social Media and the Evolution of Journalists’ Routines
Brian Moritz, Syracuse
27. Multimedia Journalism Fever: An Examination of the Spread of Adoption
of Digital Reporting Techniques
Matthew Haught and Jack Karlis, South Carolina
28. Will Social Media “Save” Newspapers? Examining the Effectiveness
of Facebook and Twitter as News Platforms
Alice Ju, Sun Ho Jeong and H. Iris Chyi, Texas at Austin
29. Social Media Editors in The Newsroom: A Survey of Roles and Functions
Tim Currie, King’s College
Discussant: Amy Zerba, Florida
30. The Online Innovations of Legacy News Media: A Content Analysis
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of Large-Market Newspaper and Broadcast Station Websites
Amy Schmitz Weiss and Tim Wulfemeyer, San Diego State
31. When Journalism Met the Internet: Old Media and New Media Greet the Online Public
Mike Dillon, Duquesne
32. Anatomy of a Train Accident: Case Study of News Diffusion Via
the Weibo Micro-blogging Service in China
Narayanan Iyer, Southern Illinois and Yanfang Wu, China
Discussant: Norm Lewis, Florida
Scholastic Journalism Division
33. High School Student Publications As Public Relations Tools: What Historical
References Say About Such Use/Misuse
Bruce Konkle, South Carolina
34. Creating Collegiate Media Opportunities in the Classroom Using Social Media
Cindy Royal, Texas State, San Marcos
Discussant: Andi Stein, California State-Fullerton
Commission on the Status of Women
Topic — Gender in Political Media and Creative Writing
35. A Section of Their Own: Women Leaders in the Financial Times’
Women At the Top
Elanie Steyn and Kathryn Jenson White, Oklahoma
36. Media and Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Campaign: A Model for Understanding
Construction of Collective Memory
Mary Tucker-McLaughlin, East Carolina
and Kenneth Campbell, South Carolina
37. The Performance of Gender Roles in Creative Writing: Why Do Women
Submit Less Than Men?
Richard Mocarski, Alabama
38. “Try to Lift Someone Else as We Climb”: Building Bridges From Press Clubs
to Women’s Liberation
Candi Carter Olson, Pittsburgh
39. He Said, She Said: The Effects of Gender on Political Attack Ads
Bryan McLaughlin, Catasha Davis, Sandra Knisely, David Coppini
and Young Mie Kim, Wisconsin-Madison
Discussants: Frank Durham, Iowa and Paulette Kilmer, Toledo
Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Group
Perspectives on Community-Engaged Journalism
40. The Relationship between Citizen Journalism and Development Communication
Tyler Jones and Wilson Lowrey, Alabama
41. The New Storytellers for Community Reclamation: Emerging News Non-Profits
Sue Robinson and Magda Konieczna, Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Jack Rosenberry, St. John Fisher College
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Community Journalism Interest Group
Topic — From the Past to the Future: Evolving Community Journalism
42. Making Hyperlocal News: An Exploration of the News Values and Perceived Roles
of Journalists Working in Local, Independently Owned Online News
Michael Horning, Bowling Green State
43. Youth Connection: Promoting Community Ties and Positive Values in Scholastic
and Non-scholastic Online Youth-generated News
Jeffrey Neely, North Carolina Wilmington
44. Fighting Spirit: Competing Hyperlocal Sites Outmatch Legacy Newspaper’s Efforts
Barbara Selvin, Stony Brook
45. “Letters From Home,” Intimacy in the Norwegian Community Press
John Hatcher, Minnesota-Duluth
Discussant: Bill Reader, Ohio
Political Communication Interest Group
46. Bibliometric Analysis of Communication and Terrorism Scholarship
Michael McCluskey and Elizabeth Stoycheff, Ohio State
47. Framing in the Last Fifteen Years: Examining Definitions, Citations, Mechanisms
and Antecedents Across Fifteen Disciplines
Porismita Borah, Washington State
48. I’m Done! Causes of Selective Exposure: Interaction Effects of Incivility
and Partisan Incongruence on Dissonance
Stephanie Jean Tsang, Wisconsin
49. The New American Right: Rhetorically Analyzing Tea Party Coverage Through
the Protest Paradigm
Kevin Musgrave and Bryan Carr, Oklahoma
50. Talking or Thinking? Pathways from News to Political Learning Among Children
Edson Tandoc and Esther Thorson, Missouri
Discussant: Jay Hmielowski, Arizona
Religion and Media Interest Group
Topic — Religion and Media: Issues and Themes
51. A Parade Or A Riot: A Discourse Analysis of Two Ethnic Newspapers
in Northern Ireland
Dave Ferman, Oklahoma
52. Seeing and Not Believing: Concern for Visual Culture in The Humanist
Rick Clifton Moore, Boise State
53. Rational Choice in Religious Advertising: American Religions Adapt
to the Spiritual Marketplace
Andrew Pritchard and Julie Fudge, North Dakota State
54. More Diverse Images of Women Found in Smaller Niche Magazine:
Diverse Feminine Images Presented in Christian Teen Magazines
Charlotte Martinez, Ohio
55. Turning the Tide: The Religious Press’ Role in the Passage of the Civil Rights Act
Mike Trice, Florida Southern
Discussant: Michael Longinow, Biola
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Small Programs Interest Group
56. The Divided Classroom: Definitions of News and Consumption Habits of Journalism
Educators and their Students
Soo-Kwang Oh, Stanton Paddock and Jacqueline Incollingo, Maryland
57. Mastery and Modeling in the Teaching of News Writing: A Social Cognitive Approach
William Nevin and Wilson Lowrey, Alabama
58. Assessing Assessment: Evaluating Outcomes and Reliabilities of Grammar, Math
and Writing Measures in Media Writing
Tricia Farwell, Leon Alligood, Sharon Fitzgerald
and Ken Blake, Middle Tennessee State
Discussant: Katherine Orloff, Hood
Sports Communication Interest Group
59. More than Just a Pretty Face? Examining the Influence of Attractiveness
and Reporter/Athlete Congruity on Perceived Credibility
Dustin Hahn and Glenn Cummins, Texas Tech
60. Do Celebrity Endorsements Work? Exploring Effective Strategies of Banner
Advertisement in Sport Websites
Woo-Young Lee, Central Missouri and Minjung Sung, Chung-Ang
61. When Fan Identification Levels Go Extreme: An Exploratory Study of the Highly
Identified Fans of the Ultimate Fighting Championship
Natalie Brown, Michael Devlin, and Andrew Billings, Alabama
62. Money Changes Everything: Sports Journalists and England’s Barclays Premier League
Danielle Sarver Coombs, Kent State and Anne Osborne, Louisiana State
63. Contrasting Desired Sports Journalism Skills in a Convergent Media Environment
Stan Ketterer, John McGuire, and Ray Murray, Oklahoma State
64. College Athletes’ Perception of Social Media Use
Mary Sheffer, Southern Mississippi; Brad Schultz, Mississippi
and Lyndie Bishop, Southern Mississippi
65. Television Sports and Social TV: The Courtship Continues
John Shrader, California State, Long Beach
Discussants: Kelly Poniatowski, Elizabethtown and Paul Husselbee, Southern Utah
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Advertising Division
Off-site Tour: Advertising Division Chicago Tour: WGN
Moderating/Presiding: Scott Hamula, Ithaca
Meet in hotel lobby at 1:15 p.m. for the short walk to 435 N. Michigan Avenue.
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 162
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History and Cultural and Critical Studies Divisions
Centennial Session
PF&R Panel Session: Theorizing Journalism in Time
Moderating/Presiding: Carolyn Kitch, Temple
Panelists:
How Journalism History Matters to Journalism Studies
John Nerone, Illinois
Inertia and Change in Journalistic Fields
Rodney Benson, New York University
Historical Mechanisms and Journalistic Change
Tim P. Vos, Missouri
The Public Sphere, Popular Culture, and the Changing Discourse of News
Michael Schudson, Columbia
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 163
Visual Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: 2012 Visual Communication Division Top Papers
Moderating/Presiding: Robert Moses Peaslee, Texas Tech
Storytelling with Interactive Graphics: An Analysis of Editors’ Attitudes and Practices*
Jennifer Palilonis and Mary Spillman, Ball State
The Influence of Mood and Symbolic Value on the Evaluation of Destination Logos**
Sela Sar, Lulu Rodriguez, Suman Lee and Supathida Kulpavaropas, Iowa State
Richard as Waking Nightmare: Barthesian Dream, Myth, and Memory
in Shakespeare’s Richard III***
Brian Carroll, Berry
A Tale of Two Icons: Photographic Representations of Reconciliation In Peru and Guatemala****
Robin Hoecker, Northwestern
Discussant: Jim Kelly, Indiana
* Top Faculty Paper
** Second Place Faculty Paper
*** Third Place Faculty Paper
**** Top Student Paper
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 164
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Council of Affiliates
and Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
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PF&R Panel Session: Top Fundraisers Share Their Secrets
Moderating/Presiding: Geneva Overholser, Southern California
Panelists:
Ann Brill, Kansas
Chris Callahan, Arizona State
Sonya Duhé, Loyola, New Orleans
Brad Hamm, Northwestern
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 165
Graduate Student Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Social Media, Technology and the Internet: How
Media Consumers and Producers Interact
Moderating/Presiding: Jeffrey Kyle Riley, Florida
Younger Generations’ Use of Social Media for College Athletics: A Uses
and Gratifications Approach
Daewook Kim, Texas Tech
Determining the Ethical Duty of Public Relations Practitioners Within
the Online Space
Katie Ingold, Saint Louis
Effects of Anonymity on Online Group Opinion Polarization
June Yung Kim, Florida
Attention Please! Why Facebook Use is not Enough to Make People
Buy From Facebook Ads
Heather Shoenberger and Edson Tandoc, Missouri
A Case Study of Grantmakers’ Use of Technology as a
Public Relations Strategy
Geah Pressgrove, South Carolina
Discussant: Timothy Macafee, Wisconsin-Madison
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 166
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Elected Standing Committee
on Professional Freedom and Responsibility
Business Session: Resolutions Hearing
Moderating/Presiding: Lillie Fears, Arkansas State
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 167
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Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Elected Standing
Committee on Teaching
Roundtable Session: Doctors Are In
Moderating/Presiding: Jennifer Greer, Alabama
Panelists/ “Doctors” and “their specialties:
Strategies to Balance Research, Teaching and Service
Linda Aldoory, Maryland
Creating a Teaching Portfolio for Tenure and Promotion
Bonnie Brownlee, Indiana
Building a Better Syllabus
Charles Davis, Missouri, and Karen Miller Russell Georgia
Using Twitter and Other Social Media Tools for Effective Teaching
Amy Faulkner, Syracuse
Incorporating diversity into your classes
Anita Fleming-Rife, Northern Colorado
Teaching Online or Using Course Sites to Enhance Face-to-Face Classes
Susan Keith, Rutgers
Teaching and Conducting Research Abroad for the Global Scholar
Birgit Wassmuth, Kennesaw State
Speed dating meets group therapy for effective teaching in this popular session hosted by the elected
Standing Committee on Teaching. How does it work? Participants pick one of seven simultaneous
discussion tables to share ideas and ask questions for 20 minutes. The moderator will ring a bell
every 20 minutes, and participants may move to another discussion table, or stay at the same table
to continue their discussion. Seasoned “Doctors” (members of the Committee on Teaching) share
their tips in their “specialties” and facilitate discussion around the table. Participants will be directed
to download a “Doctors Are In” booklet containing top tips from the faculty experts in each
area.(That booklet and many more resources compiled by the Committee on Teaching can be found
at: http://www.aejmc.org/home/resources/teaching-resources/). This session is designed for all
teachers, new and veteran alike. We all hope to learn from each other in this fast-paced, interactive
format.
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 168
Northwestern University in Qatar
Panel Session: When a School Meets a Country: Fashioning a Media Vision for Libya After
the Fall of Qaddafi
Moderating/Presiding: Everette E. Dennis, dean/CEO, Northwestern Qatar
Panelists:
Everette E. Dennis, dean and CEO, Northwestern University in Qatar
Jelal El Gallal, former spokesman, National Transitional Council of Libya
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Amel Jerary, Fmr Press Officer, Prime Minister’s Office, Libyan Interim Government,
and Lecturer, University of Tripoli
Robert Picard, Director of Research, Reuters Institute, University of Oxford
Joe F. Khalil, Associate Professor, Northwestern University in Qatar
The purpose of this session is to consider whether the good offices model developed in Qatar has
broader application for the media in governmental transitions and whether universities should
engage in thought leadership with transitional government bodies at all.
Northwestern University in Qatar’s December 2011 “good offices” conference, titled “Media Vision
for Libya,” is a potentially historic, rare example of a communication and journalism school
working directly with the de facto media and interim government of a country to address issues of
freedom of expression and independent media. The conference, which connected settled
scholarship on governance, media economics, technology, and education/training with conferees
from Libya’s governing National Transitional Council, led to a statement of principles and action
plan. Organized by NU-Q and drawing on the “good offices” concept from diplomacy and
statecraft, the conferees who came to Doha, Qatar for the sessions included Nabil El Araby, the
Secretary-General of the ArabLeague, and a delegation of 17 Libyan representatives from different
regions, tribal groups, and occupations, most of whom were directly involved in the 2011 Libyan
revolution. National Transitional Council Vice-Chairman Abdulhafeed Ghoga served as Libyan
delegation chair.
2 pm to 4 pm / 169
Public Relations Division
Off-site Tour: Edelman Headquarters
Moderating/Presiding: Michelle Ewing, Kent State and Jennifer Vardeman-Winter, Houston
Edelman Headquarters, 200 East Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60601-6436. Off-site locations
(walking distance from the conference hotel and the luncheon). No fee but pre-registration is
required. Contact Michele Ewing - [email protected] or Jennifer Vardeman-Winter [email protected]
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 170
Communication Technology Division
High Density Refereed Paper Research Session
Presiding Chair: Adam J. Saffer, Oklahoma
Fighting Death: The Effects of Punitive Difficulty on Video Game Enjoyment,
Immersion and Need Satisfaction
Mike Schmierbach, Brett Sherrick and Mu Wu, Pennsylvania State
It’s Not Easy Trying to Be One of the Guys: The Effects of Avatar Attractiveness,
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Avatar Gender, and Purported User Gender on the Success of Help-Seeking
Requests in an Online Game
T. Franklin Waddell, Pennsylvania State
and James D. Ivory, Virginia Tech
Pills and Power-Ups: Substance Use in Video Games
Ryan Rogers, Jessica Myrick, Sri Kalyanaraman
and Eric White, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
A Wii, a Mii, and a New Me? Testing the Effectiveness of Wii Exergames in Increasing
Children’s Enjoyment, Engagement, and Exertion in Physical Activity
Cui Zhang, Charles Meadows and Kimberly Bissell, Alabama
Making a Kinection: Competitive and Collaborative Multiplayer Gameplay
in Exergames
Wei Peng and Julia Crouse, Michigan State
Discussant: Bartosz Wojdynski, Virginia Tech
Presiding Chair: Qian Xu, Elon
Motivations to Contribute to Commons-based Peer Production: A Survey of Top
English-language Wikipedia Contributors
Yoshikazu Suzuki and Jisu Huh, Minnesota
Psychological Individual Differences and the U&G of Facebook: The Relationship
Between Personality Traits and Motivational Reactivity and the Motivations and Intensity
to Use Facebook in Taiwan
Kanni Huang, Michigan State; Anastasia Kononova, American University of Kuwait;
Yi-hsuan Chiang, Shih Hsin University
and Saleem Alhabash, Michigan State
Examining Gender Differences in Using Facebook for Social Connections: An Application
of Uses and Gratifications Theory
Chen-wei Chang, Southern Mississippi
SNS Use on Mobile Devices: An Examination of Gratifications, Civic Attitudes
and Engagement in China
Yang Cheng and Jingwen Liang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Predicting Internet Risks: A Longitudinal Panel Study of Gratifications-sought, Internet
Addiction Symptoms and Social Media Use
Louis Leung, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Discussant: Marcus Messner, Virginia Commonwealth
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 171
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: New Approaches Toward Climate Change Communication
Moderating/Presiding: Shirley Ho, Nanyang
A U.S. – China Comparison of Information-seeking Intent About Climate Change
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Z. Janet Yang, SUNY at Buffalo; Lee Ann Kahlor, Texas at Austin
and Haichun Li, Beijing Normal University
Concern About Climate Change: A Cross-National Analysis of Political, Cultural,
and Media Influences*
Heather Akin, Wisconsin-Madison
Framing Responsibility in Climate Change: Ethnocentric Attribution Bias, Perceived
Causes, and Policy Attitudes
Seung Mo Jang, Michigan
Patients or Polar Bears? Framing the Public Health Implications of Climate Change
Justin Rolfe-Redding, George Mason
More is Less: Gatekeeping and Coverage Bias of Climate Change
in US Television News
Lee Ahern and Melanie Formentin, Pennsylvania State
Discussant: Michael Dahlstrom, Iowa State
* Top Three Student Paper
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 172
Electronic News and Visual Communication Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Arab Spring on TV: Global Perspectives on Coverage by CNN,
BBC and Aljazeera
Moderating/Presiding: Mary Rogus, Ohio
Panelists:
name, affiliation
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 173
History Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: History Division Top Papers
Moderating/Presiding: Tim P. Vos, Missouri
For “The Cause of Civil and Religious Liberty”: Abner Cole and the Palmyra, NY,
Reflector (1829-1831)*
Kimberley Mangun and Jeremy Chatelain, Utah
The Evolving Bride in Godey's Lady's Book**
Emilia Bak, Georgia
The Struggle for Men's Souls: Tracing Cold War Liberation Strategy in the Crusade
for Freedom Campaign***
Wendy Melillo, American
A New York Tribune Reporter's Correspondence, Captivity, and Escape During
the American Civil War****
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Michael Fuhlhage, Auburn
Discussant: Erika Pribanic-Smith, Texas at Arlington
* Top Faculty Paper
** Top Student Paper
*** Second Place Faculty Paper
**** Third Place Faculty Paper
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 174
International Communication Division and Commission on the Status of Women
Centennial Session
Research Panel Session: 100 Years of International Journalism, Communication, and Media Studies
Moderating/Presiding: Manuel Chavez, Michigan State
Panelists:
The Last 100 Years of Experience in Asia
Sundeep Reddy Muppidi, Nanyang Technological, Singapore
The Last 100 Years of Experience in Latin America
Rosental Alves, Texas at Austin
The Last 100 Years of Experience in Africa
Elanie Steyn, Oklahoma and Thalyta Swanepoel, Olivet
The Last 100 Years of Experience from Europe
Eric Freedman, Michigan State
The Last 100 Years of Experience in North America
Jennifer Hoewe, Pennsylvania State
Discussant: Lucinda Davenport, Michigan State
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 175
Law and Policy and Media Ethics Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Is it in the Public Interest? FCC v. Fox and the Implications
for Indecency and Culture
Moderating/Presiding: Jason Zenor, SUNY-Oswego
Panelists:
Clay Calvert, Florida
Dan Isett, Parents Television Council
K. Maja Krakowiak, Colorado at Colorado Springs
Mina Tsay, Boston
Erik Ugland, Marquette
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3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 176
Magazine Division and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Interest Group
PF&R Panel Session: Minority Magazines: Keeping Relevance and Readers in Today’s Marketplace
Moderating/Presiding: Elizabeth Hendrickson, Tennessee
Panelists:
Patrick Farabaugh, publisher, Our Lives Magazine
Kyra Kyles, senior editor, Jet Magazine
James M. Stephens, Tennessee State
Estelle Gonzales Walgreen, editor-in-chief, Hispanically Speaking News
Charles F. Whitaker, Northwestern
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 177
Minorities and Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Best of MAC Research Papers
Moderating/Presiding: Frances Ward-Johnson, Elon
The DC Snipers and Shifting Signifiers of Otherness: Newspaper Coverage
of John Allan Muhammad and John Lee Malvo*
Angie Chuang and Robin Chin Roemer, American
Latino Online Newspapers vs. Mainstream Online Newspapers: A Comparative
Analysis of News Coverage of the 2010 Health Care Reform**
Masudul Biswas, Shippensburg
Where Do I Belong: From Laguna Beach to Jersey Shore: Portrayal of Minority
Youths on MTV Reality Shows***
Sung-Yeon Park, Mark Flynn, Alexandru Stana, David Morin
and Gi Woong Yun, Bowling Green State
“What if Michael Vick Were White?”: Analyzing Framing, Narrative, and Race
In Media Coverage of Michael Vick****
Bryan Carr, Oklahoma
Discussant: Felecia Jones Ross, Ohio State
*
First Place Faculty Paper
** Second Place Faculty Paper
*** Third Place Faculty Paper
**** First Place Student Paper
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 178
Scholastic Journalism Division
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Refereed Paper Research Session: Control of the Student Press: Legal and Other Considerations
Moderating/Presiding: Monica Hill, North Carolina
Framing “BONG HITS 4 JESUS”: A Content Analysis of Local Newspapers’ Coverage
of the Supreme Court’s Decision in Morse v. Frederick
Karla Kennedy, Oregon
Of Black Armbands and Pink Boobie Bracelets: Should Pink Be This Year’s Black?
Genelle Belmas, California State-Fullerton
Educating for Freedom & Responsibility: Lessons from the First Amendment
Schools Project
Cynthia Mitchell, Central Washington
Friend or Foe? Media Advisory Boards the Norm at Four-year Schools; Most Advisers
Give High Marks for Priorities, Performance
Lei Xie and James Simon, Fairfield
Discussant: John Bowen, Kent State
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 179
Community Journalism and Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Groups
Teaching Panel Session: Mobile Me, Mobile We — Building and Bridging Communities
with Mobile
Moderating/Presiding: Dana Coester, West Virginia
Panelists:
Digital Arab Spring: The New Mobile War Correspondent
Chris Martin, West Virginia
The Economics of Production, Consumption and the Impact of Mobile
Tom Glaisyer, Open Technology Initiative
The Mobile Web and the Promise of Health for All: Journalism’s Role
in an Age of Digital Health Knowledge
Harry Dugmore, Rhodes
Digital We In Marginalized Communities
Joel Beeson, West Virginia
Horizontal Verticality: Audience Building in the Community Mobile Sphere
Dana Coester, West Virginia
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 180
Religion and Media Interest Group and Mass Communication and Society Division
PF&R Panel Session: Religion, Politics, and the Quest for the White House. How Religion
and Identity are Discussed in the Current Political Climate
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Moderating/Presiding: Cecile Holmes, South Carolina
Panelists:
Ascribing Religion in the 2008 Presidential Election
Kimberly Davis, Maryland
Religion as Distraction: The Three Republican Parties of 2012
John Williams, Principia College
Leader-endorsed and Deity-approved: The Role of Religious Affiliation
and Participation in Elections in the New Millennium
Amanda Sturgill, Elon
Campaign as Teaching Moment
Manya Brachear, religion reporter, Chicago Tribune
Front Page News Values in a National Sample of U. S. Daily Newspapers:
A Preliminary Report
Janet A. Bridges, Sam Houston State
George Sylvie, Texas at Austin
Lamar W. Bridges, Texas A&M - Commerce
Sandra H. Utt, Memphis
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 181
Small Programs Interest Group and Communication Theory and Methodology Division
PF&R Panel Session: Hot Topic: The Media and Trayvon Martin: What’s the Story?
Moderating/Presiding: Elizabeth Atwood, Hood College, and Myiah Hutchens, Arizona
Panelists:
Eric Deggans, Tampa Bay Times
Kenny Irby, Poynter Institute
Keith Longmore, West Orlando News Online
Laura Washington, columnist, Chicago Sun-Times; political analyst, ABC/7
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 182
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Elected Standing Committee
on Professional Freedom and Responsibility
Award Panel Session: 2012 AEJMC First Amendment Award
Moderating/Presiding: Katherine Bradshaw, Bowling Green State
2012 First Amendment Award Recipient: Carole Simpson, Emerson
Respondents:
Woodrow Hartzog, Samford
Derigan Silver, Denver
Daxton Stewart, Texas Christian
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3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 183
Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: General Business Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Beth E. Barnes, Kentucky, ASJMC President
Installation of 2012-2013 ASJMC President: Peggy Kuhr, Montana
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 184
Advertising Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Top Papers
Moderating/Presiding: Hairong Li, Michigan State
Child Exposure to Food and Beverage Placements in Movies: Toward an Implicit
Persuasion Model*
Jorg Matthes, Vienna
Branding Potentials of Keyword Search Ads**
Chan Yoo, Kentucky
Between “Likes” and “Shares”: Effects of Emotional Appeal and Virality
of Social Marketing Messages on Facebook***
Saleem Alhabash, Anna McAlister, Elizabeth Taylor Quilliam, Amy Hagerstrom,
Shupei Yuan, Nora Rifon and Jef Richards, Michigan State
The Relationship Between Uncertainty Avoidance and Children’s Online
Advertising Regulation Code: Examining the EASA****
Nathaniel Evans, Tennessee
Discussant: Troy Elias, Florida
* Top Paper
** Second Place Paper
*** Third Place Paper
**** Best Student Paper
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 185
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Top ComSHER Paper Panel and Eason Prize
Moderating/Presiding: Lee Ahern, Pennsylvania State
Resistance, Ethnicity and Health: Designing Messages that Reduce Reactance
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for Hispanic and non-Hispanic Diabetics*
Liz Gardner, Texas Tech
Join the Conquest: Developing a Campaign to Increase Clinical Research
Participation in North Carolina**
Heidi Hennink-Kaminski, Jessica Willoughby
and Dana McMahan, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Protection Motivation Theory and Trait Anxiety: Protecting Children’s
Dental Health***
Kimberly Walker, Indiana-Purdue
Use of Social Media by U.S. Hospitals: Benefits and Challenges***
Petya Eckler, Rauf Arif and Erin O’Gara, Iowa
Heightening Uncertainty Around Certain Science: Media Coverage, False Balance,
and the Autism-vaccine Controversy****
Graham Dixon and Christopher Clarke, George Mason
Discussant: Rob Logan, U.S. National Library of Medicine
* First Place Faculty Paper
** Second Place Faculty Paper
*** Third Place Faculty Paper (TIE)
**** Eason Prize for Top Student Paper
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 186
Communication Technology Division
High Density Refereed Paper Research Session
Presiding Chair: Jessica Gall Myrick, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Cancer Talk on Twitter: Community Structure and Information Sources in Breast
and Prostate Cancer Social Networks
Itai Himelboim and Jeong Yeob Han, Georgia
The Efficacy of State Health Departments to Promote Public Health Messages:
The Case of Twitter
Bobby DeMuro, Erin Willis and Courtney Meeks, Memphis
Online Health Communities and Chronic Disease Self-Management
Erin Willis, Memphis
Patterns of Participation in New Media in China: Analysis from a Public Health Crisis
Fangfang Gao, Florida
Influencing Public Opinion from Corn Syrup to Obesity: A Longitudinal Analysis
of the References for Nutritional Entries on Wikipedia
Marcus Messner, Marcia DiStaso, Yan Jin, Shana Meganck, Scott Sherman
and Sally Norton, Virginia Commonwealth
Discussant: Homero Gil de Zuniga, Texas at Austin
Presiding Chair: Ralph Berenger, American of Sharjah
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Transported into the Twitter World: When Politicians’ Twitter Communication
Affects Public Evaluations of Them
Eun-Ju Lee and Soo Yun Shin, Seoul National University
Political Television Hosts on Twitter: Examining Patterns of Interconnectivity
and Self-exposure in Twitter Political Talk Networks
Itai Himelboim, Goergia
Tweeting Life-casting or Public Affairs?: Journalists’ Tweets, Interactivity,
and Ideology
Na Yeon Lee, Yonghwan Kim and Ji won Kim, Texas at Austin
Agenda Setting in the Internet Age: The Reciprocity Between Using Internet
Search Engines and Issue Salience
ByungGu Lee and Jinha Kim, Wisconsin-Madison
Blinded by the Spite?: A Path Model of Political Attitudes, Selectivity, and Social Media
Thomas J. Johnson, Texas at Austin
and Barbara K. Kaye, Tennessee at Knoxville
Discussant: Jacob Groshek, Erasmus
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 187
Cultural and Critical Studies Division and Community College Journalism Association
PF&R Panel Session: In Honor of Hanno Hardt: Continuing the Critical Path Between
Europe and the U.S.
Moderating/Presiding: Ralph Beliveau, Oklahoma
Panelists:
Anantha Babbili, Texas A & M
Bonnie Brennen, Marquette
Margaret Duffy, Missouri
Ted Glasser, Stanford
John Kerezy, Cuyahoga Community College
Charles Self, Oklahoma
Lisa McLaughlin, Miami-Ohio
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 188
Electronic News Division
Business Session: Past Chair and Incoming Officer Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Kathleen M. Ryan, Colorado and Laura Smith, Houston-Tillotson
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 189
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International Communication and Mass Communication and Society Divisions
Scholar-to-Scholar Refereed Paper Research Session:
International Communication Division
Topic – Framing within and across Cultures
1. Availability and Individual Cognitions: Exploring How Framing Effects Vary
Across Cultures
Timothy Fung, Hong Kong Baptist University
and Dietram A. Scheufele, Wisconsin-Madison
2. Framing Tibet: A Comparative Study of U.S. and Chinese Newspapers, 2008-2011
Xiangyi Shou, Gang (Kevin) Han and Lulu Rodriguez, Iowa State
3. A Framing Analysis of U.S. News Coverage of Diplomatic Relationship Between
the U.S. and Venezuela
Victor Oliveira Bonomi and Po-Lin Pan, Arkansas State
4. The Framing of European Debt Crisis in the Chinese Press: Rethinking Global Risk
and Cosmopolitanism
Zhifei Mao, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
5. Amount of Coverage, Framing, and Dramatization in News Articles about Natural
Disasters: A Content Analytical Study of the Difference in Coverage of Developed
and Developing Countries
Katharina Lang, Miami
6. Military Affairs in Korean News as Media Spectacle: A Case Study of ROKS Choenan
and Yeonpyeong Island Events
Soo-Kwang Oh, Maryland
Discussant: Emily Metzgar, Indiana
Topic – Emerging Questions about Old and New Media
7. Examining Traditional and New Media Credibility in Pakistan
KyuJin Shim, Syracuse; Anita Day; South Florida; Guy J. Golan, Syracuse
and Sung-Un Yang, Indiana
8. What’s the Bandwidth for Democracy? Deconstructing Internet Penetration
and Citizen Attitudes About Governance*
Elizabeth Stoycheff, Ohio State
9. The Image of the Nation-Brand of the Country of Georgia as Presented by Major
American Newspapers between January 1 and July 1, 2010
Giorgi Topouria, Missouri
10. Why Do Direct Quotations Matter in South Korean Newspaper Headlines?
Jiyoung Han, Minnesota
11. Displacing the Displacement Hypothesis? Does the Internet Really Displace
Traditional Media?
Edson Tandoc, Missouri-Columbia
Discussant: Indira Somani, Washington and Lee
* Top Student Paper, International Communication Division
Topic – New Settings and Approaches to Agenda Setting
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12. Domestic, International, and Foreign News Content on ABC, CBS and NBC Television
Network News from 1971 to 2007
Katherine Bradshaw and James Foust, Bowling Green State;
Joseph P. Bernt, Ohio and Brian Krol, Bowling Green State
13. Agenda setting and microblog use in China
Yanfang Wu, David Atkin, Yi Mou, Carolyn Lin,
and Tuenyu Lau, Connecticut
14. The Press-Enabled Rise of Two Two-Term Presidents: Brazil’s Popular Lula
and the US’s Unpopular Bush
Tania Rosas-Moreno, Loyola Maryland
15. Effects of Real and Fictional Presidential Debates on the Perceived Importance
of Issues
Jeongsub Lim, Sogang University
Discussant: Lyombe Eko, Iowa
Topic – Revolutionary Perspectives: Studies on Social and Online Media
16. Moving images of revolution: Social media and the 2011 Tunisian intifada
Catherine Cassara, Bowling Green State
17. Social Media, the Arab Revolution, and Media Frames: A Cross-national Study
of Western and Arab Newspapers
Fatima Alsalem, Jihyang Choi, and Shuo Tang, Indiana
18. Life is Elsewhere: The Use and Effects of the Homeland Media among
the Digital Sojourners
Jie Qin and Jie Gao, City University of Hong Kong
19. News From Tripoli, Benghazi, Brega and Misrata: How Al-Jazeera and BBC Online
News Framed The Libyan Revolution
Kioko Ireri, Indiana-Bloomington
Discussant: Colleen Connolly-Ahern, Pennsylvania State
or Maria Flores, Texas A&M International
Topic – Media, Politics and Society in China
20. Foreign News as Marketable Power Display: Reporting Foreign Disasters
by the Chinese Local Media
Haiyan Wang, Francis L. F. Lee,
and Yue Wang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
21. Green Sells – Effects of Green Visuals in Advertising on Chinese Consumers’
Brand Perception
Fei Xue, Southern Mississippi
22. Manufacturing Professional Honor: Official Journalism Award as Social Control in China
Chin-Chuan Lee, City University of Hong Kong
and Shunming Huang, Sichuan University, China
23. Covering News with Provincial Characteristics? Comparing Health News Coverage
in China’s Guangdong and Henan Provinces
Dong Dong, Qiuyuan Huang, Ziwei Shen, Lingyue Tang,
and Chenyang Wang, Hong Kong Baptist University
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Discussant: James Scotton, Marquette
Topic – Past and Present: An Evolution in Gatekeeping
24. Early Global Media in the Indian Ocean Rim: The Telegraph and Colonial Britain
Sujatha Sosale, Iowa
25. Press Censorship of the Indian Emergency of 1975-1977: The Response of the
Underground Movement
Sagar Atre, Ohio
26. Mediating the African Message: Social Influences on a Ugandan Newspaper
Steve Collins, Central Florida
27. Gatekeeping & Citizen Journalism: The Use of Social Media During the Recent Uprisings
in Iran, Egypt, and Libya
Sadaf Ali, Wayne State and Shahira Fahmy, Arizona
28. Where are NGOs in the Global Network Society? An Analysis of Organizational
Networking Patterns for Freedom of Expression
Sun Ho Jeong, Texas at Austin
29. Cultural Imperialism Revisited: Empirical Determination of the Role of Superstructures
on Internet Searches of International Issues
Mia Kamal and Yongick Jeong, Louisiana State
Discussant: Janis Chakars, Gwynedd-Mercy College
Topic – The Practice and Education of Journalists and Communicators around the World
30. Educating Globally Aware Journalists: What Is It, Why Does It Matter and How
Do We Prepare Our Students?
Scott Winter, R. Bruce Mitchell and Nancy Mitchell, Nebraska-Lincoln
31. Nepalese Journalists After the Interim Constitution in 2007: A Survey of Their Profile,
Work Condition, and Job Perception
Deepak Neupane, and Lily Zeng, Arkansas State
32. Communication Styles: Their Role in Understanding Autism in Korea and the United States
Myna German and Keonhee Kim, Delaware State
33. Kenyan Journalists: A Study of Demographics, Job Satisfaction, News Values
and Perceived Autonomy
Kioko Ireri, Indiana-Bloomington
34. Invisible Colleges within Chinese Communication Community: Patterns and Trends
of Co-authorship in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, 2006-2011
Mengmeng Zhao, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Discussant: Leonardo Ferreira, Miami
Topic – Gender and Media Production and Consumption
35. “My Little Girl”: The Ethics of News Coverage of an Intersex South African Athlete
Rick Kenney, Florida Gulf Coast University and Kimiko Akita, Central Florida
36. Gender Digital Divide? Facebook Uses and Gratifications Among Kuwaiti College Students
Anastasia Kononova, American University of Kuwait
and Saleem Alhabash, Michigan State
37. Not Just a Pretty Face: Changing K-pop Idol Imagery from 2005 to 2012
Quan Xie, Ohio and Mark Walters, Southern Illinois at Carbondale
38. Internet Addiction among Young People in China: Internet Connectedness, Online Gaming,
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and Academic Performance Decrement
Qiaolei Jiang, Nanyang Technological University
39. Race and Masculinity: A comparison of Asian and Western Models in Men’s
Lifestyle Magazine Advertisements
Ping Shaw and Yue Tan, National Sun Yat-Sen University
Mass Communication and Society Division
Topic — Journalism and Editorials
40. Changing Standards for Offensive Language: Gate Widens at The New Yorker
Duane Stoltzfus, Goshen
41. The Impact of News Text, News Frames and Individual Schemata on News Comprehension
Guang Yang and Steve Guo, Hong Kong Baptist University
42. “The Pictures in Our Heads”: How Typical News Versus Comedy News Might Influence
theTransfer of Issue Attributes from the Media’s Agenda to the Public’s Agenda
Jennifer Kowalewski, Texas Christian
43. Interpreting the Nation's Toughest Immigration Law: How The Arizona Republic’s
Editorials Framed SB 1070
Carolyn Nielsen, Western Washington
44. News Narratives, Issues Attitudes, and Audience Responses
Fuyuan Shen, Lee Ahern and Michelle Baker, Pennsylvania State
Discussant: Jon Bekken, Albright
Topic — Children and Teens
45. Children’s Consumption of Fast-Paced Television as a Predictor of Their Vigilance
James McCollum, Lipscomb
46. Mobilizing or Reinforcing Engagement with Politics? Impact of Media Voice
and Political Talk on Political Engagement of Teens
Eunjin Kim, Esther Thorson, Yulia Medvedeva
and Margaret Duffy, Missouri
47. Beyond Uses and Gratifications: How Context Affects Communicative Decision-making
in the Texting Generation
A.J. "Alex" Avila, Texas at Austin
48. Parents’ Influence Biases on Children, Their Own and Others
Jacqueline Eckstein and Patrick Meirick, Oklahoma
49. Neither Here nor There: The Consumption of U.S. Media Among Pre-adolescent
Girls in Ecuador
Guillermo Avila-Saavedra, Salem State
Discussant: Mark Rademacher, Butler
Topic — International Perspectives
50. Another Path to Participation? Digital Literacy, Motivation and Participation:
South Korean Case
Sungsoo Bang, Texas at Austin
51. Emerging Public Sphere Online in China: One Public Health Crisis, Two Different Voices
Fangfang Gao, Florida
52. Media Exposure and Fashion Involvement in the China: A Model of Analysis
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Mona Sun and Steve Guo, Hong Kong Baptist University
53. Disaster in Haiti: Critical Themes in News Coverage of the 2010 Relief Effort
Jared LaGroue and Michael Murrie, Pepperdine
54. What About Afghanistan? Examining Newspaper Coverage About the War
in Afghanistan
Michel Haigh, Pennsylvania State
Discussant: Seung Chul Yoo, Texas at Austin
Topic — Political and Civic engagement
55. Turn a Blind Eye If You Care: Seeking Political Information Online
and Implications for Attitudes
AXEL Westerwick, Steven Kleinman,
and Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick, Ohio State
56. Terror Management and Civic Engagement: An Experimental Investigation of Mortality
Salience on Civic Engagement Intentions
Jennifer Green and Patrick Merle, Texas Teach
57. International News Attention and Civic Engagement: Disasters and Donations
in the Digital Age
Jason Martin, DePaul
58. Explaining the Decline of Media Trust from Political Characteristics: How Ideology Exerts
differential influences on partisans
Yang Liu, City University of Hong Kong
59. Fighting to be Heard: The Homeless Grapevine’s Battle to Provide and Protect the Freedom
of Speech for Cleveland’s Homeless Citizens
Lena Chapin, Ohio
Discussant: Kajsa Dalrymple, Iowa
Topic — Advertising and New Media effects
60. Exploring Youth, New Media Alcohol Marketing and Associated Behaviors
Eric Hoffman, Erica Weintraub Austin, Bruce Pinkleton
and Ming Lei, Washington State
61. When Advertisements Make Someone Look Bad (or Better)
Minchul Kim, Wisconsin-Milwaukee
62. Exploring Message Meaning: A Qualitative Media Literacy Study of College Freshmen
Seth Ashley, Boise State; Grace Lyden and Devon Fasbinder, Missouri
63. Posed and Poised: The Physical Positioning and Engagement of Models
in Advertisements
Sara Roedl, Southern Illinois
64. Internet Access Effects in Low and High-Income Rural Residents in Middle America
Adam Maksl, Esther Thorson and Alecia Swasy, Missouri
Discussant: Sandy Utt, Memphis
Topic — The Variable Influence of Television
65. Influences of Anxiety and Medium on News-based Rumor Transmission*
Brian Weeks, Ohio State
66. Predictors of Simultaneous Media Use: The Impact of Motivations, Personality,
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and Environment
Shanshan Lou and Roger Cooper, Ohio
67. Cultivating a Dream of Happily Ever After
Minchul Kim, Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Youn-Gon Kang, Chung-Ang University
68. Law & Order, CSI, and NCIS: The Association between Exposure to Crime Drama
Franchises, Rape Myth Acceptance and Sexual Consent Negotiation Behaviors
among College Students
Stacey Hust, Washington State; Emily Marett, Mississippi State; Ming Lei,
Chunbo Ren and Weina Ran, Washington State
69. Modeling Television Viewing: Integrating Motivational and Situational Predictors
Harsh Taneja and Vijay Vishwanathan, Northwestern
* Moeller Student Paper Competition Winner
Discussant: Francesca Dillman Carpentier, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Topic — Online and New Media
70. When Does Multitasking Facilitate Information Processing?: Effects of Internet-Based
Multitasking on Information Seeking and Knowledge Gain
Se-Hoon Jeong, KOREA and Yoori Hwang, Minnesota
71. Attribution, Credibility, and Conspiracy: Source Attribution and the Credibility
of Online Conspiracy Theory Media
Jessica Mahone, Florida
72. The Two Internet Freedoms: Framing Victimhood for Political Gain
Benjamin W. Cramer, Pennsylvania State
73. Do Traditional News Outlets Matter in the Twitterverse? Agenda-setting and the
Two-step Flow on top Microblogs
Jennifer Greer, Justin Blankenship and Yan Yan, Alabama
74. Exploring Self-Stability and Dispositional Media Use Motives as a Predictor of Flow
and Media Addiction: the Internet, a Mobile Phone and a Video Game
Hyoungkoo Khang and Jung Kyu Kim, Alabama
Discussant: Mike Schmierbach, Pennsylvania State
Topic — Media Effects
75. The Relationship among Media Exposure, Possibility of Event Occurrence, Third-Person
Effect and Behavioral Intentions
Xduong Liu, Macau University of Science and Technology
and Ven-hwei Lo, Chinese U of Hong Kong
76. The Birthers and Obama: An Analysis of News Media Exposure and Motivated Reasoning
Barry Hollander, Georgia
77. The Unintended Consequences of “Moderate Mitt:” The Ideologies of Mitt Romney
& Second-level Agenda Setting
Christopher Vargo and Jaime Arguello, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
78. Sports Commentary: Comparing Male and Female Announcers During Women’s
NCAA Tournament Games
Katrina Overby, Indiana and John McGuire, Oklahoma State
Discussant: Michael Boyle, West Chester
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Media Management and Economics Division
PF&R Panel Session: The History of Teaching Media Management
Moderating/Presiding: Teresa Jo Styles, North Carolina A&T
Panelists:
History of Best Practices
Mary Alice Shaver and Dan Shaver, Jonkoping International Business
School, Sweden
Management Teaching Today
Bozena Mierzejewska, Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden
Best Practices in the Use of Case Studies and Management Strategies
Yan Yang, High Point
Publications and Media Management Teaching
Dane S. Claussen, ACLU Nevada
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 191
Scholastic Journalism Division
Teaching Panel Session: Innovative Outreach to Scholastic Media
Moderating/Presiding: David W. Bulla, Zayed
Award Winning Panelist:
Social Media Toolbox: A Resource for Student Journalism Programs
Marina A. Hendricks, Kent State
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 192
Graduate Student Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Top Papers in Graduate Student Interest Group
Moderating/Presiding: Ashley Carnifax, Florida
U.S. Media Frames of Egyptian Revolution Participants*
Andrea Guzman, Illinois at Chicago
War and Peace Journalism Frame in Pajhwok Afghan News and Associated Press:
A Content Analysis**
Anissa Tanweer, Arizona
In Media We Distrust: The Interplay of Message, Context and Media Trust on Political
Evaluations***
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David Wise and Bryan McLaughlin, Wisconsin-Madison
Can the General Learning Model Predict More than Antisocial and Prosocial Behaviors?
The Links among Video Games, Mental Well-being, and Physical Fitness****
J.J. DeSimone, Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Carson Wagner, Ohio
* First Place Paper (Guido Stempel Award)
** Second Place Paper
*** Third Place Paper
**** Fourth Place Paper
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 193
Internships and Careers Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: ICIG Refereed Research Paper Session
Moderating/Presiding: John Chapin, Pennsylvania State
Gender, Personality Attributes, and Predictors of Career Success in Media Professions
Roger Cooper, Ohio and Tang Tang, Akron
A Content Analysis of Undergraduate Advertising Program Websites
Erin Schauster, Missouri; Joonghwa Lee, Middle Tennessee State;
Patrick Ferrucci, Missouri; Seoyeon Kim, Missouri
and Kim Sheehan, Oregon
HelpWanted 2011: An Examination of Job Skills Required by Top U.S.
News Companies
Lynn Owen, William Peace and Deb Wenger, Mississippi
Reshaping the Classroom & Workplace Communities?: Millennial Graduates
Rate Their Job Skills & Professional Characteristics
Vicki Todd, Quinnipiac
Discussant: Mary Blue, Tulane
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 194
Religion and Media Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Social Media and Religion: Influence and Practice
Moderating/Presiding: name, affiliation
Holy App! An Exploration of Christian, Jewish, and Islamic iPhone Applications*
Wendi Bellar, Syracuse
How Buddhism Communicate via Sina Weibo
Meng Shi and Xiao He, American
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Christian Communication in 140 Characters or Less
Brittany Pruett, Southern Mississippi
The Megachurch Tweets: How 13 Large Churches are Using Twitter
Sheree Martin, Samford
Discussant: John G. Wirtz, Texas Tech
* Top Student Paper
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 195
Small Programs and Community Journalism Interest Groups
PF&R Panel Session: Social Media and the Ethnic Press in Chicago
Moderating/Presiding: Michael A. Longinow, Biola
Panelists:
Ashmer Mandou, Noticias Bilingue/Lawndale News
Kimbriell Kelly, Chicago Reporter
Fabiola Pomareda, La Raza
Young Kim, Korea Times Chicago
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 196
Sports Communication Interest Group and Commission on the Status of Women
Research Panel Session: Title IX: Forty Years of Progress and Potential
Moderating/Presiding: Pamela C. Laucella, Indiana
Panelists:
Marie Hardin, Pennsylvania State
Andy Billings, Alabama
Melissa Isaacson, ESPN, Chicago
Welch Suggs, Georgia
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 197
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Centennial Session
Presidential Panel: The Future in Media and Technology
Moderating/Presiding: Linda Steiner, Maryland, 2011-12 AEJMC President
Speakers:
Anne Balsamo, Southern California
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Andrew Hines, Houston
5 pm to 6:30 pm / 198
Urban Communication Foundation and Association for Education in Journalism
and Mass Communication
2012 Gene Burd Urban Journalism Award Panel:
“Who Speaks for Cities, How Do Cities Speak to Us?”: Re-imagining Urban Spaces
Moderating/Presiding: Gene Burd, Texas at Austin
Panelists:
Gary Gumpert, president, Urban Communication Foundation
Blair Kamin, architectural critic, Chicago Tribune
Anijo Matthew, Illinois Institute of Technology
Charles C. Self, Oklahoma
Presentation of Award: Gary Gumpert, president, Urban Communication Foundation
2012 Gene Burd Urban Journalism Award:
Blair Kamin, Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic, Chicago Tribune
This special panel will be followed by a reception sponsored by the Urban Communication
Foundation. The Foundation was created in 2004 with a $1 million endowment from longtime
AEJMC member Gene Burd, Journalism professor at the University of Texas at Austin.
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 199
Advertising Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Frauke Hachtmann, Nebraska-Lincoln
Hospitality provided by Michael Edmonds, Warc.
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 200
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Z. Janet Yang, SUNY at Buffalo
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 201
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Cultural and Critical Studies Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Jacqueline Lambiase, Texas Christian
PF&R Award Presentation
Recipient: Center for Media and Democracy
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 202
History Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Tim P. Vos, Missouri
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 203
Media Management and Economics Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Dane S. Claussen, ACLU of Nevada
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 204
AEJMC Council of Affiliates
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Florida International
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 205
Entertainment Studies Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Kelley Poniatowski, Elizabethtown College
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 206
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Graduate Student Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Erica Salkin and J.J. De Simone, Wisconsin – Madison
and Ashley Carnifax, Florida
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm /207
Internships and Careers Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding:
John Chapin, Pennsylvania State-Beaver
and Abhinav Aima, Pennsylvania State, New Kensington
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 208
Small Programs Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Kay L. Colley, Texas Wesleyan
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 209
Sports Communication Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Pamela C. Laucella, Indiana
6:45 pm to 9 pm / 210
American University School of Communication
Social: Welcome Reception for New American University School of Communication
Dean, Jeff Rutenbeck
Hosting: Rose Ann Robertson, associate dean, American
Welcome reception open to membership and AEJMC conference attendees.
6:45 pm to 9 pm / 211
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University of Tennessee, Michigan State University and Kansas State University
Social: 6:45 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
Todd Simon Commemoration: 8:15 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Hosting: Mike Wirth, Tennessee, Lucinda Davenport, Michigan State
and Angela Powers, Kansas State
Reception and commemoration open to membership and AEJMC conference attendees.
6:45 pm to 8:15 pm / 212
Urban Communication Foundation and Association for Education in Journalism
and Mass Communication
2012 Gene Burd Urban Journalism Award Reception
Hosting: Gary Gumpert, president, Urban Communication Foundation
2012 Award Recipient: Blair Kamin, architecture critic, Chicago Tribune
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 213
Advertising Division
Off-site Social
Hosting: Scott Hamula, Ithaca
Social held at Billy Goat Tavern, near Tribune Towers and Wrigley Building, 430 N. Michigan
Avenue at lower level.
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 214
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
Off-site Social
Hosting: Michael Dahlstrom, Iowa State
The first ever ComSHER reception will be held in the Theater Area of the Rush Bar, located in the
lobby of the conference hotel. Hors d’oeuvres will be served and a cash bar is available.
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8:30 pm to 10 pm / 215
International Communication Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Manuel Chavez, Michigan State
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 216
Mass Communication and Society Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Seungahn Nah, Kentucky
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 217
Media Ethics Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Kati Tusinski Berg, Marquette
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 218
Minorities and Communication Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Petra Guerra, Wisconsin-Madison
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 219
Newspaper and Online News Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Chris Roberts, Alabama
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 220
Public Relations Division
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Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Heidi Hatfield Edwards, Florida Tech
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 221
Scholastic Journalism Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting/Honors Lecture
David Adams Educator or the Year Award:
Recipient: Bruce Konkle, South Carolina
Top Student Paper Award:
Recipients: Joseph Dennis and Amy Sindik, Georgia
Laurence Campbell Top Faculty Paper:
Recipients: Bruce Plopper, Arkansas-Little Rock, and Anne Fleming Conaway, Bemidji State.
Moderating/Presiding: David W. Bulla, Zayed
Honors Lecture: Cheryl Pell, Michigan State
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 222
Community College Journalism Association
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Toni Albertson, Mt. San Antonio College
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 223
Commission on the Status of Women
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Stacey Hust, Washington State
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 224
Religion and Media Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
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Moderating/Presiding: Cecile S. Holmes, South Carolina
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 225
Small Programs Interest Group
Off-site Social
Hosting: Susan Lewis, Abilene Christian and Kay L. Colley, Texas Wesleyan
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 226
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Reception: AEJMC Past Presidents’ Reception
Moderating/Presiding: Jan Slater, Illinois and Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Florida International
All AEJMC past presidents are welcome to attend this gathering.
AEJMC thanks the Council of Affiliates for its financial support of the reception.
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 227
University of Missouri
Social
Hosting: Dean Mills, Missouri
8:30 pm to 10 pm / 228
Washington State University and University of Oregon
Social
Hosting: Lawrence Pintak, Washington State and Tim Gleason, Oregon
10:15 pm to 11:45 pm / 229
Minorities and Communication Division
Off-site Social
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Hosting: Petra Guerra, Wisconsin-Madison
Location of social to be announced at members’ meeting.
10:15 pm to 11:45 pm / 230
Marquette University, Ohio State University, University of Iowa, University of Minnesota
and University of Wisconsin-Madison
Social
Hosting:
Lori Bergen, Marquette; Carroll Glynn, Ohio State; David Perlmutter, Iowa;
Albert Tims, Minnesota and Greg Downey, Wisconsin-Madison
10:15 pm to 11:45 pm / 231
Ohio University, Louisiana State University, Iowa State University and Scripps Howard Academic
Leadership Academy
Social
Hosting: Robert Stewart, Ohio; Jerry Ceppos, Louisiana State;
Michael Bugeja, Iowa State and Lisa Lundy, Scripps Howard Academic
Leadership Academy
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7 am to 8 am / 232
Cultural and Critical Studies Division
Business Session: Executive Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Jacqueline Lambiase, Texas Christian
7 am to 8 am / 233
Media Management and Economics Division
Business Session: Executive Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Ken Killebrew, South Florida
7 am to 8 am / 234
Minorities and Communication Division
Business Session: Executive Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Felecia Jones Ross, Ohio State
7 am to 8 am / 235
Public Relations Division
Business Session: Incoming Executive Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Susan Grantham, Hartford
All members interested in active leadership roles in the Public Relations Division are urged to attend
the meeting of the incoming board.
7 am to 9:45 am / 236
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
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Business Session: Publications Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Marie Hardin, Pennsylvania State
7 am to 8 am / 237
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: Divisional Journal Editors Business Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Sandy Utt, Memphis
7 am to 8 am / 238
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: Latino and Latin America Task Force
Moderating/Presiding: Feberico Subervi, Texas State, San Marcos
7 am to 8 am / 239
Society of Professional Journalists
Breakfast Session: SPJ Campus Chapter Advisers
Moderating/Presiding: Joe Skeel, executive director, Society of Professional Journalists
By invitation only.
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 240
Advertising Division
Teaching Panel Session: How Master Teachers Evolve Over Time and What We
Can Learn from Them
Moderating/Presiding: Sheri Broyles, North Texas and Brett Robbs, Colorado
Panelists:
Alice Kendrick, Southern Methodist
Jay Newell, Iowa State
Charles Patti, Denver
Kimberly Selber, Texas Pan American
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John Sweeney, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 241
International Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Transnational Movements and Media: Approaches to Studying
Im(migration) and Diaspora
Moderating/Presiding: Celeste González de Bustamante, Arizona
El Salvador and Costa Rica: Two Central American Opposite Cases in Their
State-Diaspora Relations
Vanessa Bravo, Elon
Creation of Transnational Media Culture in a Digital Diaspora Space: Analysis of Media
Sharing Web Board of an Online Community of Female Korean Im/migrants in the U.S.
EunKyung Lee, Rutgers
Framing News Across Borders: Newspaper Coverage of the U.S. Immigration Debate
in U.S. and Mexico from 2004 to 2007
Paola Pascual-Ferra, Miami
Frames and Fronteras: U.S.-Mexico Migration/Immigration News Coverage
on Both Sides of the Border
Christian Kelleher, Texas at Austin
Discussant: Celeste González de Bustamante, Arizona
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 242
Magazine Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Award-Winning Papers: Major Life Issues: Health, Race,
Gender and, of Course, Sports
Moderating/Presiding: Ellen Gerl, Ohio
Comparing Health Messages in Magazines: Journalistic Elements and Their
Connection to Health Literacy and Numeracy*
Maria Len-Rios and Amanda Hinnant, Missouri
More Trouble Than the Good Lord Ever Intended: Representations of Inter-racial
Marriage in U.S. News Magazines**
Catherine Luther and Jodi Rightler-McDaniels, Tennessee-Knoxville
It Doesn’t Matter If You’re Black or White: Breast Cancer Messages in Young Women’s
Magazines***
Sarah Henize, Bowling Green State
Balancing Act: The Rhetorical Vision of Champion Magazine****
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Ashley Furrow, Ohio State
Discussant: Lyn Lepre, Marist
* Top Faculty Paper
** Second Place Faculty Paper
*** Top Student Paper
****Second Place Student Paper
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 243
Mass Communication and Society Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Top Student Papers
Moderating/Presiding: Sidney Bedingfield, South Carolina
Television Viewing and the Belief in the American Dream*
Laras Sekarasih, Massachusetts Amherst
Explicating the Concept of Journalist: How Scholars, Legal Experts
and the Industry Define Who Is and Who Isn’t**
Edson Tandoc and Jonathan Peters, Missouri-Columbia
Seeing the World Through a Filter: How College Students Place Trust in Others***
Elia Powers and Michael Koliska, Maryland
Gates Wide Open: A Systematic Review of Gatekeeping Research****
Edson Tandoc and Patrick Ferrucci, Missouri-Columbia
Discussant: Bu Zhong, Pennsylvania State
* Top Student Paper
** Second Place Student Paper
*** Third Place Student Paper
**** Fourth Place Student Paper
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 244
Media Ethics and Public Relations Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Conflicting Systems of Ethics: The Media and The Military
Moderating/Presiding: Michael Parkinson, Texas Tech
Panelists:
Shannon Bowen, Syracuse
Kenneth Plowman, Brigham Young
Robert Pritchard, Oklahoma
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John Schmeltzer, Oklahoma
Major Mark Swiatek, USAFA
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 245
Media Management and Economic and Newspaper and Online News Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Developing Research Partnerships with Media Organizations
Moderating/Presiding: Amber Hinsley, St. Louis
Panelists:
C.W. Anderson, CUNY
Rachel Davis Mersey, Northwestern
Rich Gordon, Northwestern
Nikki Usher, George Washington
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 246
Minorities and Communication Division and Commission on the Status of Women
PF&R Panel Session: Leveraging the International Experience: Using the Fulbright
Experience as an Opportunity for Personal and Professional
Growth (Honoring Evonne “Von” Whitmore)
Moderating/Presiding: Masudul Biswas, Shippensburg
Panelists:
Cory Armstrong, Florida
Stacey J.T. Hust, Washington State
Sharon Stringer, Lock Haven
Discussant: Cathy Jackson, Norfolk State
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 247
Scholastic Journalism and Law and Policy Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: A Scholastic Journalism Census of Today’s High Schools
Moderating/Presiding: Candace P. Bowen, Kent State
Panelists:
Mark Goodman, Kent State
Peter Bobkowski, Kansas
Frank LoMonte, Student Press Law Center
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8:15 am to 9:45 am / 248
Visual Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Digital Images and Networked Communication
Moderating/Presiding: Mary Bock, Kutztown
The Icon of the Egyptian Revolution: Using Social Media in the Toppling
of a Mideast Government
Sadaf Ali, Wayne State and Shahira Fahmy, Arizona
She Poses, He Performs: A Visual Content Analysis of Male and Female
Professional Athlete Facebook Profile Photos
Betsy Emmons and Richard Mocarski, Alabama
The Iconic Situation Room Image and its Appropriations: A Study of Internet Memes
and Their Rhetorical Messages
Natalia Mielczarek, Iowa
The Visual Representation of Campaign Communication: Candidate Images in Partisan Blogs
Shuo Tang, Indiana
Discussant: Mary Bock, Kutztown
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 249
AEJMC Council of Affiliates
Refereed Research Session: First Annual Industry Research Forum
Moderating/Presiding: Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Florida International
Media Entrepreneurship: Curriculum Development and Faculty Perceptions
of What Students Should Know
Michelle Ferrier, Elon
Best Practices in Managing News Website Comments
Mitch McKenney, Kent State
The Ten Percent Dilemma: The Opportunities and Challenges of Managing
Newspapers in the Digital Age
Paul Steinle, Southern Oregon and Sara Brown, Valid Sources, Seattle
These papers were the winners of $1000 awards in a blind competition to select the best proposals
for this First Annual Industry Research Forum sponsored by the Council of Affiliates of AEJMC.
Special thanks to the Scripps Howard Foundation for its support.
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 250
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Political Communication Interest Group; Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk;
Communication Theory and Methodology and Communication Technology Divisions
Scholar-to-Scholar Refereed Paper Research Session
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
Topic — Health Information-seeking and Risk
1. Health Self-Efficacy and Health Information Seeking: Exploring Relationships between Source
Utilization, Source Trustworthiness, Health Behaviors, and Demographics
Ho-Young (Anthony) Ahn, Southern Connecticut State; Nathaniel Evans, Tennessee;
Tatjana Hocke, James Madison and Elizabeth Avery, Tennessee
2. Do Online Health-related Behaviors Lead to Being Helped?*
Hui Zhang, Colorado State
3. Predicting Cancer Information Seeking and Cancer Knowledge: The Role of Social
and Cognitive Factors
Shelly Hovick, MD Anderson Cancer Center;
Ming-Ching Liang and Lee Ann Kahlor, Texas at Austin
4. Risk in Risk: Exploring Effects of Multiple Health Risk Situation, Risk Scale and Risk Origin
Upon Public’s Perceived Health Risk in News
Gang (Kevin) Han, Iowa State; Juyan Zhang, Halli Trip
and Paul LeBlanc, Texas at San Antonio
5. Testing The RISP Model: Cell Phone Users and The New “Possible” Risk of Brain Cancer
Ronald Yaros, Maryland
Discussant: Cynthia Coleman, Portland State
* Top Three-Student Paper
Topic — Risk Perceptions
6. Seeking Information about Complex Science: The Interplay of Risk-benefit Perceptions
and Prior Knowledge
Leona Yi-Fan Su, Nan Li, Dietram A. Scheufele, Dominique Brossard
and Michael Xenos, Wisconsin-Madison
7. Seeking Information about Climate Change: Attention to News Media, Objective
Knowledge, and Other Antecedents in an Augmented PRISM
Shirley Ho, Benjamin Detenber, Sonny Rosenthal
and Edmund Lee, Nanyang Technological
8. The Effects of Graphic Messages Embedded in an Anti-smoking Videogame
on Knowledge Improvement and Attitudes Toward Smoking
Hyo Jung Kim and Joung Huem Kwon, Nanyang Technological
9. Glamorization or Cautionary Tale? Comparing Episodes of MTV’s 16 and Pregnant
and the Mediating Role of Outcome Expectations on Pregnancy Beliefs and Aspirations
Autumn Shafer, Texas Tech
10. Mediating Trust in Terrorism Coverage
Kirsten Mogensen, Roskilde University
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Discussant: Robert Griffin, Marquette
Topic — Political Health and Science Communication:
11. Anatomy of a Gaffe: Examining Print and Blog Coverage of Michele Bachmann’s
HPV Vaccine Controversy
Robert Zuercher, Adam Parrish and Elizabeth Petrun, Kentucky
12. Partisan Media and Healthcare: Conditional Indirect Effects of Ideology
and Ambivalence on Structural Knowledge
Myiah Hutchens and Jay Hmielowski, Arizona
and Michael Beam, Washington State
13. Ten Years of News Coverage of Nanotechnology in Taiwan: Toward a Revised
Model of Mediated Issue Development
Tsung-Jen Shih, National Chengchi
14. A Dangerous Neighbor: The News Frames of the Radiation Effects from the Fukushima
Nuclear Accident
Junga Kim and Bijie Bie, Florida
15. The Climate Change Blame Game: U.S. Elite Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change
Z. Janet Yang, SUNY at Buffalo; Anthony Dudo, Lee Ann Kahlor,
Ming-Ching Liang, Texas at Austin; Jenny Allen Catellier, Weiai Xu
and Jonathan Mertel, SUNY at Buffalo
Discussant: Andrea Tanner, South Carolina
Topic — Interpersonal Support Online
16. Expression and Reception of Emotional Support Online: Mediators of Social
Competence on Health Benefits for Breast Cancer Patients
Woohyun Yoo, Wisconsin-Madison; Kang Namkoong, Kentucky; Mina Choi,
Dhavan Shah, Michael Aguilar, Stephanie Jean Tsang, Yangsun Hong
and Dave Gustafson, Wisconsin-Madison
17. In Her Own Voice: Women Scientists’ Identity Centrality and Perceptions
of Workplace Climate
Jocelyn Steinke, Western Michigan
Topic — Eco-labeling
18. If They Can’t Help Me, Can I Help Myself? Institutional Trust and Self-efficacy
in Eco-label Use
Lucy Atkinson, Texas at Austin
and Sonny Rosenthal, Nanyang Technological
19. Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to Explain Green-Buying, Recycling,
and Civic Engagement Behavioral Intentions
Youqing Liao, Sonny Rosenthal
and Shirley Ho, Nanyang Technological
20. To Green or Not To Green: A Cross-Cultural Study of the Impact of Product-Green
Claim Congruity
Eunice Kim, Texas at Austin
Discussant: Linda Aldoory, Maryland
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Communication Technology Division
21. The Effects of Internet Use and Internet Efficacy on Offline
and Online Engagement
Weiwu Zhang and Sherice Gearhart, Texas Tech
22. Exploring the Elaboration Likelihood Model in Cancer Communication:
Extending Experimental Testing of Attitudes to Organizations and Blogs
Paula Rausch, National Cancer Institute
23. Mortality Salience Effects on Selective Exposure and Cognitive Processing
on the Web
Robert Magee and Bartosz Wojdynski, Virginia Tech
24. Mobile Communication Competence and Mobile Communication Usage:
Based on College Students’ Analysis
Fan-Bin Zeng and Zhang Rong, Jinan University
25. Democracy, Press Freedom, and Facebook: Identifying Conditional
Diffusion of Technology
Shin Lee, Washington
Discussant: Xun “Sunny” Liu, California State Stanisiaus
26. Get in the Game: Customization, Immersion, Autonomy and Enjoyment
Keunyeong Kim, Julia Woolly, Mike Schmierbach, Julia Daisy Fraustino
and Mun-Young Chung, Pennsylvania State
27. The Influence of Video Game Controllers on Game-player’s Self-awareness,
Sense of Control and Enjoyment
Jeeyun Oh, Mun-Young Chung
and Mike Schmierbach, Pennsylvania State
28. Exploration of Online Support Community for Excessive Gamers
Seol Ki, Rutgers
29. Networking for Philanthropy in Social Network Sites
Yoojung Kim and Wei-Na Lee, City University of Hong Kong
30. Tagging and Identity Construction Online: Taking Tag Usage
on Sina Weibo Microblog for Example
Xuan Xie, Hong Kong Baptist University
Discussant: Amy Shirong Lu, Indiana
31. Doing It All: An Exploratory Study of Personality Predictors
of Media Multitasking
Gunwoo Yoon, Zongyuan Wang, Jun Ha Lee, Jen Moss
and Brittany Duff, Illinois
32. Multitasking and Social Television: Use of Television and Social Media
in a Multi-Platform Environment
Jiyoung Cha, North Texas
33. Ban It or Use It? The Impact of Smartphone on Student Connectedness
and Out-of-Class Involvement
Xun “Sunny” Liu, Nancy Burroughs, VIckie Harvey
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and Qing Tian, California State, Stanislaus
34. The Effects of Ambient Media: What Unplugging Reveals
about Being Plugged In
Jessica Roberts and Michael Koliska, Maryland
35. Smartphone News Consumption: The Absence of Location-Based
Services Within Today’s Mobile News Apps
Amy Schmitz Weiss, San Diego State
Discussant: Yong Jin Park, Howard
36. Are Wikimedia Less Susceptible to Censorship than Mainstream Media?
Jim DeBrosse, Ohio
37. When Old and New Media Collide: The Case of WikiLeaks
Elizabeth Hindman, Washington State and Ryan Thomas, Missouri-Columbia
38. Predicting Communal and Connective Public Goods Contribution in SNS:
Network Incentives and Social Value Orientations
Wang Liao, Yusi Liu and Jianbin Jin, Tsinghua University
39. What Motivates Consumers to Accept User-Generated Contents on Product
Review Websites?
Yunjae Cheong, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies;
Kihan Kim, Seoul National University and Hyuksoo Kim, Alabama
40. Should I Trust Him? Effects of Profile Cues on eWOM Credibility
Qian Xu, Elon
Discussant: Julie Jones, Oklahoma
Communication Theory and Methodology Division
Topic — Theory Evaluation
41. Evaluation of the Theory of Planned Behavior*
Kuan-Ju Chen, Georgia
42. An Evaluation of Social Conformity Theory: Understanding Cross-Discipline
Extension and Relevant to Computer-Mediated Communication
Yan Shan, Georgia
43. An Examination of Social Network Theory
Eun Sook Kwon, Georgia
Discussant: Myiah Hutchens, Arizona
*Top Three Student Paper
Topic — Social Media
44. The Gates Around the Book: Applying Gatekeeping Theory to Facebook
Patrick Ferrucci, Edson Tandoc and Adam Maksl, Missouri
45. The Dualities of Social Network Sites
Kyu Hahn and Hyelim Lee, Seoul National
46. Examining News Quality on Twitter
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Ashley Kirzinger, Johanna Dunaway and Kirby Goidel, Louisiana State
47. The Reader’s Willingness to Comment on Online News Articles: A Study
of the Individual’s Behavioral Responses in Light of Media Effects Theories
and Online News
Soo-Kwang Oh and Xiaoli Nan, Maryland
Discussant: Porismita Borah, Maryville
Topic — Habituation, Learning, and Socialization
48. Elaboration or Distraction? Knowledge Acquisition from Thematically Related
and Unrelated Humor in Political Speeches
Jörg Matthes, Vienna
49. Developmental Provocation: Youth Prompting of Purposeful Political Parenting
Mike McDevitt, Colorado and Spiro Kiousis, Florida
50. In the Mood for Learning: How Mood, Pacing, and Semantic Difference Influence
Learning of Children’s Education Television Programming
Michael Devlin and Natalie Brown, Alabama
and Cynthia Nichols, Oklahoma State
51. Does Automatic Attention Allocation to Auditory Structural Features Habituate?
Robert Potter, Matthew Falk, Soyoung Bae, Teresa Lynch, Nicholas Matthews,
Ashley Kraus and Sharon Mayell, Indiana
Discussant: Aaron Veenstra, Southern Illinois
Topic — Emotion
52. Excitation Transfer Effects Between Semantically Related and Temporally Adjacent Stimuli
Glenn Cummins, Texas Tech; Wes Wise, Kansas State
and Brandon Nutting, Texas Tech
53. The Roles of Emotions and News Media on Political Participation
Doo-Hun Choi and Michael Cacciatore, Wisconsin
and Sei-Hill Kim, South Carolina
54. Testing the Planned Risk Information Seeking Model: Context-specific
and Construct-related Extensions
Jessica Willoughby and Jessica Myrick, North Carolina
55. The Role of Content Enjoyment in Effects of Sexual and Romantic Media Primes
Francesca Dillman Carpentier and Scott Parrott, North Carolina
and Temple Northup, Houston
Discussant: Mike Schmierbach, Pennsylvania State
Topic — Attitudes, Identity, and Ideology
56. Erring on the Conservative Side?: Assessing Psychological Conservatism
as Integrated Latent Predictor of Selective Exposure
Angela M. Lee and Thomas J. Johnson, Texas at Austin
57. Information-Seeking Self-Identity: Scale Development and Validation
Sonny Rosenthal, Nanyang Technological University
58. Filling in the Blanks between Corporate Communication and Financial Performance:
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Corporate Associations and Customer Satisfaction
Weiting Tao, Florida
Discussant: Jason Reineke, Middle Tennessee State
Topic — Communication in Crises
59. Behavioral Pluralism of the Third-person Effect: Evidence from the News
about Fukushima Nuclear Crisis
Ran Wei, South Carolina; Ven-hwei Lo, Chinese University of Hong Kong;
Hungyi Lu, National Chung Cheng University
and Hsin-Ya Hou, National Chengchi University
60. Diffusing Deviant Behavior: A Communication Perspective on the Construction
of Moral Panics
Bryan Denham, Clemson
Discussant: Rosanne Scholl, Louisiana State
Political Communication Interest Group
61. Explicating the Values-Issues Consistency Hypothesis through Need for Orientation
Sebastian Valenzuela, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
and Gennadiy Chernov, University of Regina,
62. Does Twitter Motivate Political Engagement?: Tweeter, Opinion Leadership,
and Political Discussion
Chang Sup Park, Southern Illinois
63. The Civic Engagement and Psychological Empowerment of Micro-blog Usage in China:
A Case Study of Sina Weibo
Keyi Xu and Yang Liu, Chinese University of Hong Kong
64. Talking as Communicators: Effects of Group Communication, Government-citizen Interaction,
and Perceived Media Importance on Online Political Discussion
Na Liu and Xinzhi Zhang, City University of Hong Kong
65. Is Facebook Making Us Dumber? Exploring Social Media Use as a Predictor
of Political Knowledge
Michael Cacciatore, Sara Yeo, Leona Yi-Fan Su, Doo-Hun Choi, Michael Xenos,
Dietram A. Scheufele, Dominique Brossard, Ashley Anderson
and Jiyoun Kim, Wisconsin-Madison and Elizabeth Corley, Arizona State
Discussant: Deen Freelon, American
66. Bamboozling the Public? Developing a Theory of Strategic Misinformation
Michelle Amazeen, Temple
67. When Political Comedy Turns Personal: Humor Types, Audience Evaluations,
and Attitudes
Amy Becker and Beth Haller, Towson
68. Thinking About Political Comedy: Comparing the Role of Ability on Cognition
and Political Attitudes between Late-Night Comedy and Cable News Audiences
Heather LaMarre, Minnesota
69. Effects of Opinionated Media and Selective Exposure on Economic Perceptions
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During Two Presidential Elections
Rosanne Scholl and Ashley Kirzinger, Louisiana State
70. Examining News Coverage of HPV Vaccine Policies: Can Outrageous Claims
Shift Journalists’ Focus?
Kelly Madden, Maryland
Discussant: Porismita Borah, Washington State
71. New Media Influences on Political and Media Disaffection
Younei Soe, Indiana
72. The Free Binayak Sen Campaign: Framing to Mobilize Collective Action for Social Change
Siobhan Smith, Margaret D’Silva, Nicole Meyer
and Greg Leichty, Louisville
73. A Tale of Political Trust at the National and Local Levels: Examining Media Effects
on Political Trust in China
Chujie Chen, City University of Hong Kong
and Mengqian Yuan, Chinese University of Hong Kong
74. Stumbling Into Action: How Incidental Exposure and News Consumption Influence
Social Capital and Civic Participation
Mark Coddington, Homero Gil de Zúñiga
and Thomas J. Johnson, Texas at Austin
75. Civic Responsibility or Consumer Desire: Morning News and Priming Support
for a Social Cause
Melissa R. Gotlieb, Wisconsin-Madison
and Kjerstin Thorson, Southern California
Discussant: Emily Vraga, George Washington
76. Who Leads Media Agenda?
Jeong Ran Kim, California at Davis
77. Covering the Veil: France 24.com and CNN.com’s Framing of the French Burqa Ban
Sally Ann Cruikshank and Joachim Hechinger, Ohio
78. The Radio President: Herbert Hoover on the Great Depression
Youn-Joo Park, Missouri
79. Need for Orientation, Selective Exposure and Attribute agenda setting effects:
Change versus Reinforcement
Lindita Camaj, Houston
80. “Three Versions of Jimmy Carter”: Paul Szep and the Production of Presidential
Political Cartoons
Amber Roessner and Denae Darcy, Tennessee
Discussant: Mark Poepsel, Loyola New Orleans
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 251
Small Programs Interest Group and Community College Journalism Association
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Teaching Panel Session: Equal Opportunity for All: Tips for Teaching Communications
Students with Disabilities
Moderating/Presiding: Elizabeth Atwood, Hood College
Panelists:
Michael Ray Smith, Campbell
Michael Longinow, Biola
Ginger Carter Miller, Georgia College & State
John “Jack” Zibluk, Arkansas State
Robin Jones, Great Lakes ADA Center
8:15 am to 9:45 am /252
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Elected Standing Committee
on Teaching
Centennial Session
Panel Session: Teaching JMC, A Talk and Tweet Session: What We’ve Learned
in Our First 100 Years
Moderating/Presiding: Linda Aldoory, Maryland
Panelists: Charles Davis, Missouri
Birgit Wassmuth, Kennesaw State
Diana Rios, Connecticut
Caryl Cooper, Alabama
To commemorate 100 years of teaching Journalism and Mass Communication, we pulled together
instruction experts to answer your questions, hear your concerns, and address some current
challenges with issues such as using social media, developing online course material, handling large
and small class sizes, and dealing with economic constraints on our academic units. What does
being a good teacher really mean for tenure and promotion? How can you keep up with students
who seem far ahead of us in digital and social media? How do we keep curriculum fresh after
teaching the same course year after year? Share your most pressing or difficult questions and discuss
with the panelists the real answers. Tweet your questions ahead of time: Use #AEJMCTeach100 in
your tweet to: @laldoory. Email your questions to [email protected] And share your questions in
person at the session.
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 253
Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
Panel Session: Mass Communication Education: A Changing Mission?
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Moderating/Presiding: Andrew Mendelson, Temple
Speakers:
Jeremy Harris Lipschultz, Nebraska-Omaha
Jerry Ceppos, Louisiana State
Lynn Zoch, Radford
Mass communication programs have been called upon to reach beyond their majors and their
campuses to create projects that offer entrepreneurial skills to students, engage local communitybased organizations, and provide service-based learning opportunities and professional clinics. This
panel will focus on how various programs are developing such projects. In addition, this panel will
feature discussion of some of the numerous challenges including integration with existing curricula,
partnerships with other schools and departments, issues of accreditation and funding.
10 am to Noon / 254
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
General Business Session: AEJMC Business Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Linda Steiner, Maryland, AEJMC 2011-12 President
Award Presentations:
Hillier Krieghbaum Under-40 Award
Recipient: Susan Robinson, Wisconsin-Madison
Nafziger-White-Salwen Dissertation Award
Recipient: Dean Smith, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dorothy Bowles Public Service Award
Inaugural Recipient: Candace Perkins Bowen, Kent State
Lionel C. Barrow, Jr. Award for Distinguished Achievement in Diversity
Research and Education
Recipient: Federico Subervi, Texas State San Marcos
Award Announcements:
2012 Gene Burd Urban Journalism Award
Recipient: Blair Kamin, Chicago Tribune
Remarks by: Gary Gumpert, president, Urban Communication Foundation
2012 James W. Carey Media Research Award, sponsored by the Carl Couch Center
for Social and Internet Research
Recipients: Kathy Roberts Forde, South Carolina
Katherine A. Foss, Middle Tennessee State
2012 Barrows Scholarship Award, sponsored by the Communication Theory
& Methodology Division
Recipient: Rowena Briones, Maryland
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Presentation of Commission on the Status of Women Awards
Donna Allen Award for Feminist Advocacy
Recipient: name, affiliation
Mary Gardner Award for Graduate Student Research
Recipient: name, affiliation
Mary Ann Yodelis Smith Award for Feminist Scholarship
Recipient: name, affiliation
Outstanding Woman in Journalism and Mass Communication Education
Recipient: name, affiliation
Installation of 2012-13 AEJMC President: Kyu Ho Youm, Oregon
12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 255
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Refereed Paper Research Session: Scholar-to-Scholar
Advertising Division
Topic I — Ad Constructs and Variables
1. Testing “Visibly” Disabled Spokesperson Credibility on the Advertising
Attitudes and Purchase Intentions of Able-bodied Consumers
Wilbur Martin and Sidharth Muralidharan, Southern Mississippi
2. The Effect of Arousal Variance and Presentation Sequence on Audience
Responses to Animal Protection PSAs
Hyejin Kim and Okhyun Kim, Minnesota, Twin Cities
3. Affective Valence, Level-of-Processing and Message Regulatory Focus: How the
Effectiveness of Anti-Drinking-and-Driving Advertisements is Influenced
by Audience Mood
George Anghelcev, Pennsylvania State and Sela Sar, Iowa State
4. Does DTCA Influence Consumers’ Perceived Importance of a Health Issue?
Two-Sided Message-Order and DTCA Skepticism
Ilwoo Ju and Jinseong Park, Tennessee
5. Eco-Friendly Buying Behavior: Examining the Roles of Environmental Knowledge,
Concern, and Perceived Consumer Effectiveness
Jun Heo and Sidharth Muralidharan, Southern Mississippi
Discussant Brittany Duff, Illinois
Topic II — Advertising Across Cultures
6. Assessing the Relationship of Attitude Toward the Ad to Intentions to Use
Direct-to-Consumer Drugs: A Systematic Quantitative Meta-analysis
Wan Seop Jung, American University at Dubai
and E. Soo Rhee, Wisconsin-Eau Claire
7. To Help or Not to Help: Effects of Affective Expectancies on Responses
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to Prosocial Advertisements
Sheetal Patel, Texas-Arlington
and Sri Kalyanaraman, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Happy to Help?: The Role of Antecedent Mood with Emotional Appeals
in Disaster Relief Advertising
Seungae Lee, David Tisdale and Jun Heo, Southern Mississippi
The Influence of Identity Fusion on Patriotic Consumption: A Cross-Cultural
Comparison of Korea and the U.S
Jinnie Yoo and KyungOk Kim, Texas at Austin
Characteristics of Advergames on Online Gaming Websites Targeting Children
Soontae An, Ewha Womans and Hannah Kang, Florida
The Effectiveness of Comparative versus Noncomparative Advertising
for Nonprofessional Services
Fred Beard, Oklahoma
Discussant: Qingjiang Yao, Fort Hayes
Cultural and Critical Studies Division
12. “Pure F***ing Armageddon”: Theorizing the Transgressive in Black Metal Subculture
John Sewell, Georgia State
13. Putting Music Videos (and You) to Work: How Vevo Turns Publicity
and Participation into Profits
Heather McIntosh, Northern Illinois
14. My Gun Dirty, My Brick Clean: Postmodern Representations of New York City
in Late-Night Cinemax Series
Pietro Calautti, Middle Tennessee State
15. The Resurrection of Yamato Damashii in the Japanese Postwar Memory
Jaehyeon Jeong, Temple
16. Ain’t 3-D Women Hot?: The Female Body in Three-Dimensional Film, Avatar
Jungmin Kwon, Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Discussant: Phillip Chidester, Illinois State
History Division
17. From Crisis to Consensus: Advertising Practitioner Responses to the Trust Consolidation
Era, 1898-1902
Stewart Alter, McCann Worldgroup
18. Print Ads in Post-World War II Publications: An Analysis of Humor
Adam Avant, Georgia
19. On Finding Dorothy Shaver: First Lady of Retailing and Public Relations Innovator
Sandra Braun, Mount Royal
20. American OGPU: J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI and the “Smear Campaign” of 1940
Matthew Cecil, South Dakota State
21. Seize the Time: How the Black Panthers’ Early Media Strategies Shaped the Party’s Image
Caitlin Cieslik-Miskimen, Wisconsin, Madison
Discussant: Lisa Parcell, Wichita
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International Communication Division
Topic – Creating Credibility and Image through Media Production and Consumption
22. Media Use and Political Trust in an Emerging Democracy: Setting the institutional
trust agenda
Lindita Camaj, Houston
23. Audience Speaks Out: Minkaohan Uyghur Response To The Representation
of Uyghurs In Chinese State Media
Liang Zheng, Colorado
24. Public Trust: A Comprehensive Investigation on Perceived Media Credibility in China
Hongzhong Zhang, Beijing Normal University; Shuhua Zhou
and Bin Shen, Alabama
25. Serving the Party or the Market: Front Page Photos in People’s Daily and Its
Commercial Offspring
Zhaoxi Liu, Iowa
Discussant: Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh, Butler
Mass Communication and Society Division
Topic — Journalism, Norms and News Coverage
26. All Things Considered: Trust in NPR
Emily Pfetzer, Louisiana State
27. Building Community Among NPR Listeners
Joseph Kasko, South Carolina
28. Comparing Agenda-Setting Roles of Newspaper Columnists
and Editorials in Kenya
Kioko Ireri, Indiana-Bloomington
29. Individual and Structural Biases in Journalists’ Coverage
of the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill
Brendan R. Watson, Minnesota-Twin Cities
30. Sharing Content Among Local News Stations: A Study of the Local News Pool
Kate West, Georgia
Discussant: Vincent Cicchirillo, Texas at Austin
Minorities and Communication Division
31. Choctaw and Cherokee Nations: How Freedom of Expression Isn’t Just
a White Man’s Idea
Kevin Kemper, Arizona
32. Opposite but Equal: Examining the Protest Paradigm Through the Hegemonic Lens
Josh Grimm, Texas Tech
Discussant: Yuki Fujioka, Georgia State
33. Celebrated Images of Blackness: A Content Analysis of Oscar Award
Winning Films of the 20th Century
Roslyn Satchel, Louisiana State
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34. Ghost in the House: Remembering Champion Jack Johnson
Carrie Isard, Temple
35. Fine and Punishment: James Harrison, NFL fines and USA Today’s
Construction of Black Masculinity
Molly Yanity, Ohio
Discussant: Natalie Tindall, Georgia State
Public Relations Division
36. Explicating and Investigating Stewardship Strategies on Nonprofit Websites
Geah Pressgrove, Brooke Weberling
and Erik Collins, South Carolina
37. Analyzing the Relationships among Website Interactivity and Organization
Impression, Trust and Purchase intention for a Product Recall Crisis
Jooyun Hwang and Spiro Kiousis, Florida
38. Are Public Radio Stations Creating Opportunities for Dialogue on Their Web Sites?
Joshua Bentley, Oklahoma
39. Corporate Web Site Communication with Investors: The Relationship Among Employee
Size, Profitability, and Web Site Communication
Nur Uysal, Oklahoma
40. E-mobilization and Empowered Health Activism: How Social Media Changes
the Mutuality Between Korean Health Activism and Its External Counterparts
KyuJin Shim, Syracuse
Discussants: Emily Kinsky, West Texas A&M and Curtis Matthews, Kansas State
Visual Communication Division
41. Hot Metal, Cold Reality: Photographers’ Access to Steel Mills
Howard Bossen, Eric Freedman and Julie Mianecki, Michigan State
42. Seeing the World Through a Different Lens: Examining Visual Gatekeeping
via East African Photojournalists’ Experiences with News Organizations
Steve Collins, Central Florida; Kimberly Bissell and Gyro Newman, Alabama
43. Picturing the World
Hwalbin Kim and Soo Yun Kim, South Carolina
44. A Poker Face: Rhetorical Analysis of Prototypical Images of Luxury Brand Advertising
E. Soo Rhee and Wan Seop Jung, Wisconsin - Eau Claire
45. Multimedia Use on News Websites: A Look at Photo Slideshows and Videos Through
the Uses and Gratifications Theory
Jin Yang, Rachelle Pavelko and Sandy Utt, Memphis
Discussant: Erik Meyer, Illinois
Entertainment Studies Interest Group
46. Buffy the Stereotype Slayer
Nichole Bogarosh, Washington State
47. Dancing with the Binary: Heteronormative Expectancies and Gender Inclusiveness
on Dancing with the Stars
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Betsy Emmons, Richard Mocarski, Rachael R. Smallwood
and Sim Butler, Alabama
48. De-spiritualization, De-contextualization, and the Politics of Repression: Comparing
The/Whale Rider’s Competing Texts
Robert Peaslee, Texas Tech
49. The Reality of It All: Navigating Racial Stereotypes on Survivor: Cook Islands
Patrick Ferrucci and Margaret Duffy, Missouri
50. What Happens to the “Cream of the Crop”? The Representative Anecdote
in AMC’s Mad Men
Erika Engstrom, Nevada, Las Vegas
Discussant: Cynthia Nichols, Oklahoma State
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Interest Group
Topic — Media Representations of GLBT People and News
51. I See Gay People: Exploration of Television Program Types, Acceptance
of Homosexuals, and the Para-Social Contact Hypothesis
Dave Wilcox, Wisconsin – Madison
52. Stars, Stripes, and Gays: Coverage of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Repeal
in Military News
Paige Madsen, Iowa
53. Aliens in the Closet: Representations of LGBT Characters in American
Science Fiction Television Programs
Laura Osur, Syracuse
Discussant: Jennifer Fleming, California State – Long Beach
Graduate Student Interest Group
Topic — Critiquing the Abstract: Music, Anime and Erotica
54. A Lame Law: A History of Criminal Libel
A.Jay Wagner, Indiana
55. Describing the Shared Experiences of Being a High School Journalist:
A Phenomenological Study
Adam Maksl, Missouri
56. Presidential Crisis Communication in Environmental Disasters: A Content
Analysis Comparing White House Responses to Hurricane Katrina and the
BP Deepwater Horizon Disaster
Cayce Myers and Nicola Corbin, Georgia
57. Have We Moved? A Content Analysis of Food Advertising Aired During
Popular Children’s Programming
Charles Meadows and Cui Zhang, Alabama
58. Framing Protest: A Discourse analysis of US TV News Coverage of the Iraq War
Protests on February 15, 2003
Anmol Kalsi and Matthew Ross, South Carolina
Discussant: Debashis “Deb” Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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59. The Changing Nature of Information Exchange for Online and Social Network
Site Political Participation: A 2008 to 2010 Comparison
Timothy Macafee, Wisconsin-Madison
60. The Tiger Woods Scandal in the Media: Measuring Attribute Effects on the Public
Claudia Kozman, Indiana
61. Preparing PhDs: A Survey of Journalism and Mass Communications Doctoral
Course Faculty
Jack Karlis, Caroline Foster and Matthew Telleen, South Carolina
62. Rethinking and Reexamining Theories on Information Age
Chia-I Hou, National Taiwan University
63. Refugee Status: Tracing the Global Flows of M.I.A.
Brian Creech, Georgia
Discussant: James Carviou, Iowa
12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 256
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Covering Frankenfood and Food Choices: Science
Communication About What We Eat
Moderating/Presiding: Gang (Kevin) Han, Iowa State
The Effects of Press Freedom and Biotech Policy on Southeast Asian Newspapers’
Coverage of GM Crops
Ruby Asoro, Iowa State
Feast or Famine: Acceptability of GM foods for Prevention of Plant Disease
Joseph Steinhardt and Katherine McComas, Cornell
and John Besley, Michigan State
Newspaper Portrayals of Climate-friendly Plant-based Food Choices:
The New York Times and The Australian
Radhika Mittal, Macquarie University
Science News Media Use, Institutional Trust, and South Koreans’ Risk Perception
of Genetically Modified (GM) Foods
Sang Hwa Oh and Sei-Hill Kim, South Carolina
Synthetic Biology, Real Issues: U.S. Media Coverage of Synthetic Biology
Marjorie Kruvand, Loyola Chicago
Discussant: Ron Yaros, Maryland
12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 257
Electronic News Division
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Off-site Luncheon Session: Executive Committee Lunch
Moderating/Presiding: Kathleen M. Ryan, Colorado Boulder
If you’re interested in becoming an officer in the division, please join us for lunch. Contact Division
Chair Kathleen Ryan ([email protected]) to RSVP. All current and incoming officers are
also expected to attend.
12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 258
Law and Policy Division
Centennial Session
Refereed Paper Research Session: Legal History: The Study of How Law Has Evolved
and Why It Changed
Moderating/Presiding: Jon Bekken, Albright
The Real Story Behind the Nation's First Shield Law: Maryland, 1894-1897**
Dean Smith, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Evolution of Canon 35 and the Two Maverick States That Did Not Follow Suit
Michael Martinez, Tennessee
The Closing of the Ether: Communication Policy and the Public Interest in the U.S.
and Great Britain, 1921-1926
Seth Ashley, Boise State
Secrecy and Transparency of the Chinese Government: A Historical Perspective*
Yong Tang, Western Illinois
Discussant: Kathy Forde, South Carolina
* Top Faculty Paper
** Second Place Faculty Paper
12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 259
Magazine Division
Off-site Luncheon Session: Magazine Programs Under Siege: A Conversation about the
Importance and Relevance of Teaching Magazine Media
Moderating/Presiding: Kevin Lerner, Rutgers
Attendees should meet in the lobby at noon.
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12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 260
Commission on the Status of Minorities
Panel Session: Teaching Race, Gender and Media; What’s New, What’s Needed
Moderating/Presiding: Petra Guerra, Wisconsin – Madison
Panelists:
Lisa Brock, Kalamazoo College
Janice Castro, Northwestern
Sharon Bramlett-Solomon, Arizona State
Stan West, Columbia College Chicago
12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 261
AEJMC Council of Affiliates, Civic and Citizen Journalism and Community Journalism Interest
Groups Luncheon Session: New News Labs: The Rise of University Entrepreneurial News Startups Moderating/Presiding: Jan Schaffer, executive director, J-Lab; entrepreneur in residence,
American Presenters: Suzanne McBride, founder, Austin Talks, Columbia College-Chicago
Willa Seidenberg, director, Intersections SouthLA and Annenberg
News Radio, USC-Annenberg David Poulson, editor, Great Lakes Echo, Michigan State Steven Elliott, director, Digital News, Cronkite News Service, Arizona State Luncheon produced by J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism. Funded by the Ethics and
Excellence in Journalism Foundation. Pre-registration is required.
12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 262
Small Programs Interest Group
Off-site Luncheon Session: Teacher of the Year Award Luncheon
Moderating/Presiding: Susan Lewis, Abilene Christian
SPIG Teacher of the Year: Kathy Brittain Richardson, Berry
Location of luncheon will be TBA. Pre-registration is required.
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12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 263
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Research Roundtable: AEJMC 2012 Emerging Scholar Presentations
Moderating/Presiding: Daniel Stout, Nevada, Las Vegas
2012 Emerging Scholars research projects:
Submissiveness and Subversiveness: Two Sides of the Same Coin? Interdisciplinary
Analysis of Russian Media’s Trajectories
Elina Erzikova, Central Michigan
Silencing Mexico: A Study of Influences on Mexican and U.S. Journalists Reporting
along the Northern Border
Celeste Gonzalez de Bustamante and Jeannine Relly, Arizona
Are Global Journalistic Practices and Global Epistemology Emerging? Evidence
from Multinational and Extra-National Journalistic Partnerships
Robert Handley, Denver
The Power of Acculturation: Understanding Online Information Seeking Among
New Immigrants
Weirui Wang, Florida International, and Nan Yu, North Dakota State
12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 264
Loyola University Chicago and Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Elected Standing Committee on Professional Freedom & Responsibility
PF&R Panel: Journalists Under Arrest: When Police and Reporters Clash
Moderating/Presiding: Katherine Bradshaw, Bowling Green State
Panelists:
Don Ponce, WGN-TV, Chicago
Ralph Braseth, Loyola Chicago
Lucy Dalglish, Maryland
12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 265
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Research Roundtable: Graduate Program Directors
Moderating/Presiding: Linda Steiner, Maryland
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12:15 pm to 1:30 pm / 266
Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
Panel Session: Managing Change in a Small JMC Department
Moderating/Presiding: Mary Jean Land, Georgia College & State University
Presenters: Maureen Croteau, Connecticut
Pam Luecke, Washington & Lee
Greg Pitts, North Alabama
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 267
Advertising Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Advertising Meaning and Message
Moderating/Presiding: Scott Hamula, Ithaca
From Credibility to Engagement: Determing Meaning in Public Relations and Advertising
Brian Smith, Houston
“Ultimate” Sponsorship: Fan Identity, Brand Congruence and the Ultimate Fighting Championship
Michael Devlin, Natalie Brown, Andrew Billings
and Stacy Bishop, Alabama
Objectification or Evolution? Examining Male Representations in Advertisements
in Singapore’s Men’s Magazines, 1985-2011
Jack Yong Ho and Fernando Paragas, Nanyang Technological
Country Music is Cool: Advertising, Symbolic Excludivores and Musical Omnivores
Dawn Ziegerer Behnken, Pennsylvania State
Discussant: Roy Winegar, Grand Valley
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 268
Communication Theory and Methodology Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Methods and Analysis
Moderating/Presiding: Jessica Myrick, North Carolina
Explicating Time: Toward Making Content Analysis Research Describing Time
Frames More Meaningful
Julie Andsager, Iowa and Joseph Schwartz, Northeastern
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A Reliability Index (ai) that Assumes Honest Coders and Variable Randomness
Xinshu Zhao, Hong Kong Baptist University / Fudan University
Survey Data Analysis with Continuous Moderator Variables in Multiple Regression Modeling
Mohammed Al-Azdee, Indiana
Modeling Longitudinal Communication Data with Time Series ARIMA
Hanlong Fu, Connecticut; Jun Wang, Washington State
and Arthur VanLear, Connecticut
Tradeoffs Between Webcam, Chat, and Face-To-Face Focus Groups on Dimensions
of Data Quality and Richness
Katie Abrams, Illinois; Sebastian Galindo-Gonzalez, Florida; Gina Song,
Zongyuan Wang and Chanju Lee, Illinois
Discussant: Jörg Matthes, Vienna
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 269
Cultural and Critical Studies Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Covering the Middle East: Religion and News Discourse
Moderating/Presiding: Kim LeDuff, Southern Mississippi
Pakistani Women as Objects of Fear and “Othering”
Bushra Rahman, University of the Punjab
Pre-9/11 Stains on Pakistan’s Character: American and British Newspaper Coverage
of the Kargil War of 1999
Sagar Atre, Ohio
Islamic Awakening or Pro-Democracy Movement: How Iranian and U.S. Governments
Framed the Egyptian Uprising
Esmael Esfandiary, Georgia State
Construction of Minnesota Muslim Identity: A Critical Analysis of Twin Cities Media
Ruth DeFoster and Natalie Hopkins-Best, Minnesota
Discussant: Adina Schneeweis, Oakland
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 270
Electronic News and Media Ethics Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Weathering the Storm: What Happens When News Personnel
Make the News?
Moderating/Presiding: Jeanne N. Rollberg, Arkansas at Little Rock
Panelists:
Phil Rosenthal, Chicago Tribune
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Bill Davie, Louisiana-Lafayette
Wendy Wyatt, St. Thomas
Charles Tuggle, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Joe Watson, Baker
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 271
Magazine and Media Management and Economics Divisions
Research Panel Session: Social Media and Magazines
Moderating/Presiding: Carol B. Schwalbe, Arizona
Panelists:
Kris Boyle, Creighton
Elizabeth Hendrickson, Tennessee
Hugh Martin, Ohio
Susan Currie Sivek, Linfield
Carol Zuegner, Creighton
Respondent: Bob Britten, West Virginia
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 272
Public Relations Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Social Media and Public Relations
Moderating/Presiding: Richard D. Waters, San Francisco
What Do Blog Readers Think? A Survey to Assess Ghost Blogging and Commenting
Tiffany Gallicano, Yoon Cho and Thomas Bivins, Oregon
Seeking an Updated Understanding of the Public Relations – Journalist
Relationship in the Age of Social Media
Dustin Supa, Boston University and Lynn Zoch, Radford
Predicting Digital and Social Media Adoption Based on Organizational
and Practitioner Characteristics
Kjerstin Thorson, Burghardt Tenderich, Jerry Swerling, Niku Ward
and Brenna Clairr O’Tierney, Southern California
Social Media as a Relationship Strategy: Twitter’s Impact on Enhancing
Brand Loyalty
Zongchao Li, Miami
A Comparative Content Analysis of Fortune 1000 Corporate Communication
Strategy on Facebook and Twitter
Weiting Tao and Christopher Wilson, Florida
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Discussant: Tom Kelleher, Hawaii
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 273
Visual Communication and Communication Technology Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: The Best of the Web
Moderating/Presiding: Kim Komenich, San José State
and Diego Mazorra, Universidad Externado de Colombia
Winning Presentations:
Team Journalism First Place: Syracuse Diners Seth Gitner, Syracuse Second Place: Changing America Ken Harper, Syracuse Third Place: Boruca: Behind the Mask Amanda Sturgill, Elon Honorable Mention: Together Liberia Ken Harper, Syracuse Individual Innovation First Place: Overtown: Inside/Out Charles “Stretch” Ledford, Illinois/Miami Second Place: On the Web Xtine Burrough, California State Fullerton Third Place: What's on Your Plate at the Dining Hall? Kelley Wollman, North Carolina at Chapel Hill Team Innovation First Place: The Struggle for a Neighborhood Sarah Riazati, North Carolina at Chapel Hill Second Place: We the People: Bringing the Census to Life in Arizona Leslie-Jean Thornton, Arizona State Third Place: Interactive Basketball Scoreboard Kelley Wollman, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 274
Commission on the Status of Women
Refereed Paper Research Session: (Im)migrant Workers, International Media, and Gender
Moderating/Presiding: Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh, Butler
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Few Shades of Gray: Media Portrayal of German-American Relations
During the Postwar Occupation of Germany
Marilyn Greenwald, Ohio
Western Media Attitudes Toward an Immigrant of Color Sex Crime Victim:
Case Study: The DSK Case
Jenny Mumah, North Texas
The Marginalization of Dagongmei: A Critical Discourse Analysis of News Coverage
on Female Migrant Laborers in China
Siyuan Yin, Illinois
Discussant: Radhika Parameswaran, Indiana
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 275
Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Journalism and Community
Moderating/Presiding: Sue Ellen Christian, Western Michigan
Cynics and Skeptics: Evaluating the Credibility of Mainstream and Citizen Journalists*
D. Jasun Carr, Matthew Barnidge, ByungGu Lee, Stephanie Jean Tsang
and Joshua Villanueva, Wisconsin – Madison
Whose News? Whose Values? Citizen Journalism and Journalistic Values Through
the Lens of Content Creators and Consumers
Avery Holton, Mark Coddington and Homero Gil de Zuniga, Texas at Austin
Citizen Journalism 3.0: A Case Study of the Twin Cities Daily Planet
Mary Lou Nemanic, Pennsylvania State - Altoona
In Their Own Words: Teens Find a Voice in Their Communities through Working
with Youth News Websites
Jeffrey Neely, North Carolina – Wilmington
Discussant: Melissa Tully, Iowa
* Top Student Paper
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 276
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender and Entertainment Studies Interest Groups
Research Panel Session: Theories and Methods in GLBT and Entertainment Studies
Moderating/Presiding: Gary Hicks, Southern Illinois, Edwardsville
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Panelists:
Edward Alwood, Quinnipiac
Kevin G. Barnurst, Illinois - Chicago
Rhonda Gibson, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Gary Hicks, Southern Illinois, Edwardsville
Leigh Moscowitz, College of Charleston
Rodger Streitmatter, American
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 277
Sports Communication Interest Group and Minorities and Communication Division
Research Panel Session: The 65th anniversary of Jackie Robinson: A Celebration of Integration
and the Potential for Equity
Moderating/Presiding: Pamela C. Laucella, Indiana
Panelists:
Brian Carroll, Berry College
Chris Lamb, College of Charleston
Larry Lester, co-founder, Negro Leagues Museum
James Rada, Ithaca College
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 278
Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
Gerald Sass Award for Distinguished Service to Journalism and Mass Communication:
Turning Your Graduates into News Innovators and Entrepreneurs
Moderating/Presiding: Peggy Kuhr, Montana
2012 Award Recipient:
Vivian Vahlberg, director, Community News Matters program,
The Chicago Community Trust
Panelists:
Vikki Porter, Knight Digital Media Lab, USC Annenberg
Jean Gaddy Wilson, owner, Position The Future Consultants;
founder, New Directions for News
Jan Schaffer, executive director, J-Lab
Vivian Vahlberg, director, Community News Matters program,
The Chicago Community Trust
This all-star panel will discuss helping graduates envision and then create their own futures —
and in the process transform the field of news and information.
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1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 279
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
AEJMC Equity & Diversity Award Panel: Celebrating Difference
Moderator/Presiding: Geneva Overholser, Southern California
Panelists:
Laura Castaneda, Southern California
William Celis, Southern California
Robert Hernandez, Southern California
Listen to a conversation about Annenberg’s successful curriculum enhancements, stronger
recruitment and retention of students and faculty and the growth of school programs reflecting
difference in its many forms. Session recognizes the Annenberg School for Communication and
Journalism at the University of Southern California as the 2012 recipient of the AEJMC Equity &
Diversity Award.
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm / 280
American University Center for Social Media
Panel Session: Journalist and Fair Use
Moderating/Presiding: Patricia Aufderheide, director, Center for Social Media, American
Panelists:
TBA
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 281
Electronic News Division and Sports Communication Interest Group
Research Panel Session: Sporting News: Reporting on Crises in Collegiate Sports
Moderating/Presiding: Anthony Moretti, Point Park
Panelists:
name, affiliation
Discussant: Pam Laucella, Indiana
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 282
History, Communication Technology and Newspaper and Online News Divisions
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Scholar-to-Scholar Refereed Paper Research Session
Communication Technology Division
1. Comments on YouTube Videos: Understanding the Role of Anonymity
M Laeeq Khan, Michigan State
2. The YouTube Platform: The Nomad in Participatory Culture
Mark Lashley, Georgia
3. The Role of Motivations and Anonymity on Self-disclosure in SNSs: A Comparison
of Facebook and Formspring
Hyunsook Youn, Rutgers
4. What’s on Your Mind? What Facebook Users Disclose in their Status
Updates and Why
Edson Tandoc and Heather Shoenberger, Missouri
5. Who Says What about Whom: Cue-taking Dynamics in the Impression Formation
Processes on Facebook
Jayeon Lee and Young Shin Lim, Ohio State
Discussant: Marcia DiStasio, Pennsylvania State
6. Old Dogs & New Media: Examining Age and Teaching Focus in the Debate
Between Technology and Tradition in the Journalism Classroom
Jeffrey Riley, Florida
7. Educating the New Media Professional: Using the Technology Acceptance
Model to Investigate Professional Media Students’ Technological Adoption
Tobias Hopp, Oregon
8. Young Journalists Today: Journalism Students’ Perceptions of the
Ever-Evolving Industry
Stephanie Daniels, North Texas
9. Imagining the Future of Journalism Through Open-Source Technology:
A Qualitative Study of the Knight-Mozilla News Technology Partnership
Nikki Usher and Seth C. Lewis, Minnesota–Twin Cities
and Todd Kominak, George Washington
10. Using a Constructivist Approach to Teach SEO Tactics to PR Students
Mia Moody and Elizabeth Bates, Baylor
Discussant: Jessica Smith, Texas Tech
11. Rethinking the Dynamics of New Media Adoption: The Case of Smart TV
Sungjoon Lee, Cheongju
12. Understanding User Adoption and Behavior of Smartphone: An Extension
of the Technology Acceptance Model
Sangwon Lee, Central Michigan; Moonhee Cho, South Florida
and Euna Park, New Haven
13. Bridging People, Building Knowledge: An Examination of Chinese Web Users’
Adoption of Social Media for Knowledge Sharing
Yu Liu and Cong Li, Miami
14. Some Effects of Internet Access Among Rural and Small-town Respondents
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Adam Maksl, Alecia Swasy and Esther Thorson, Missouri-Columbia
15. The Smartphone: Next Digital Divide?
Joseph Jai-sung Yoo, Texas at Austin
Discussant: Itai Himelboim, Georgia
16. Technostalgic Photography and Damon Winter’s “A Grunt’s Life”
Heidi Mau, Temple
17. Exploring the Knowledge Production Gap in the Chinese Micro Blogosphere
Lu Wei and Mengdi Wang, Zhejiang University
18. #like me plz: Examining Influence and Social Capital within the Knight News
Twitter Discourse
Julie Jones, Aimei Yang, Adam Saffer
and Jared Schroeder, Oklahoma
19. Digital Conversion: Social Media, Engagement, and the “I am a Mormon” Campaign
Brian Smith, Houston
20. What Are You Worrying about on Social Networking Sites? Empirical Investigation
of Young Social Networking Site Users’ Perceived Privacy
Yongick Jeong and Erin Coyle, Louisiana State
Discussant: Amanda Sturgill, Elon
21. Technology Disruption Theory and Middle East Media
Ralph Berenger and Mustafa Taha, American University of Sharjah
22. The Active Citizen’s Information Media Repertoire: An Exploration of Local-community
News Habits in Madison, WI, During the Digital Age
Sue Robinson, Wisconsin-Madison
23. The Political Implications of Media Repertoires
Su Jung Kim, Northwestern
24. Alternative Media in a Digital Era: Comparing Information Use Among U.S.
and Latin American Activists
Summer Harlow, Texas at Austin and Dustin Harp, Texas at Arlington
25. Blog Credibility: Examining the Influence of Author Information and Blog “Reach”
Porismita Borah, Missouri-St. Louis
Discussant: Robert Bergland, Missouri Western State
History Division
26. Young Guns: How Firearms Advertisers Targeted Children in Magazines
of the Early 1900s
Marshel Rossow, Minnesota State, Mankato
27. Independent Woman: How a World War I Recruiting Effort Gave Rise to
a Feminist Magazine
Jane Marcellus, Middle Tennessee State
28. The Shenandoah Crash As Seen Through the National Magazines of the 1920s
Thomas J. Hrach, Memphis
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Discussant: Keith Greenwood, Missouri
29. Lasting Scars of the JFK Assassination: The Tragedy and PTSD-like Trauma
of Merriman Smith
Young Joon Lim and Michael Sweeney, Ohio
30. “Ask What You Can Do to the Army”: The Underground G.I. Press During Vietnam
Chad Painter and Patrick Ferrucci, Missouri
31. “Just Plain Jimmy”: Magazine Coverage of Jimmy Carter’s 1976 Campaign
Amber Roessner and Natalie Manayeva, Tennessee
Discussant: Tom Schwartz, Ohio State
32. The Contradictions of Herbert Hoover: Positive and Negative Liberty
in American Broadcasting Policy
Seth Ashley, Boise State
33. Raised on the Radio: The 1920s and America’s First Media Generation
Annie Sugar, Colorado-Boulder
34. RCAism: The Roots of a Rationalized Broadcasting System
Randall Patnode, Xavier
Discussant: Jim Foust, Bowling Green State
35. Bringing Politics to the Living Room: The Kefauver Hearing and the Debate
on the Democratic Potential of a New Medium
Bastiaan Vanacker, Loyola-Chicago
36. An Uneasy Encounter: Global Perspectives and American Journalism Ideals
on Town Meeting of the World
Kevin Grieves, Ohio
37. Congress Needs Help: The Story of NBC’s Extraordinary 1965 Documentary
Critique of Legislative Inefficiency
Thomas Mascaro, Bowling Green State
Discussant: Roger Mellen, New Mexico State
38. “Not Exactly Lying”: The Life and Death of the “Fake” in Journalism
and Photography, 1880-1910
Andie Tucher, Columbia
39. “A Strange Absence of News”: The Titanic, The Times, Checkbook Journalism,
and the Inquiry Into the Public’s Right to Know
Ronald Rodgers, Florida
40. When a Doctor Became a Whistleblower: Dr. Henry K. Beecher and the Press, 1965-1966
Amy Snow Landa, Minnesota
Discussant: Jon Bekken, Albright
41. Media, Memory, and a Sense of Place: The Nation’s First Washington
Janice Hume, Georgia
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42. Tributes to Fallen Journalists: The Role of the Hero Myth in Journalistic Practice
Raymond McCaffrey, Maryland**
43. Literary Journalism “Tinctured with Magic”: The Subjectivity of William Bolitho
Brandon Bouchillon and Kevin Stoker, Texas Tech
Discussant: Lisa Luedeman, Gardner-Webb
44. Out of the Mists of Time: Newspaper Coverage of Travel to Lithuania 1988-1993
Kerry Kubilius, Ohio
45. “A Slogan of Mockery”: Never Again and the Unnamed Genocide
in Southern Sudan, 1989-2005
Sally Ann Cruikshank, Ohio
46. Free at Last: Media Framing and the Evolution of Free Agency in Major League Baseball*
Brett Borton, South Carolina
Discussant: Yong Volz, Missouri
* Second Place Student Paper
** Third Place Student Paper
47. Mary Garber: A Woman in a Man’s World
Ashley Furrow, Ohio
48. Awarding a Revolution: The Penney-Missouri Magazine Awards During
Second-Wave Feminism
Dayne Logan, Missouri
49. Framing of Women Pharmacists in Mainstream and Trade Press During
Second-Wave Feminism
L. Michael Posey, Georgia
Discussant: Maurine Beasley, Maryland
Newspaper and Online News Division
50. A Newspaper Strategy for Challenging Access Barriers at Shopping Malls
Jim DeBrosse, Ohio
51. A Study of College Students’ Attitudes Toward a Paid News Content System
Yoonmo Sang, Texas at Austin
52. Herding Reader Comments Into Print: Gatekeeping Across Media Platforms
Kathleen McElroy, Texas at Austin
53. The Adoption of Smartphones and Tablet Computers Among American Journalists:
A National Survey Author*
Logan Molyneux, Texas at Austin
Discussant: Cathy Stablein, DuPage
* Winner, MacDougall Student Paper Award
54. Age, Ethnicity, and the Exemplification of Hunger*
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William Kinnally, Ryan Burkett and Brenton Burkett, Central Florida
55. Analyzing Online Coverage of a Possible Cancer Risk From Cell Phones
Ronald Yaros and Elia Powers, Maryland
56. Gatekeeping in East Africa: Organizational Structure and Reporter Gender
as Potential Influences on Newspaper Content
Steve Collins and Tim Brown, Central Florida
Discussant: Bill Cassidy, Northern Illinois
* Winner, Top Open Division Paper Award
57. Creating Frames, Contextualizing Frames: Elite versus Non-Elite Press
Coverage of the 2008 Recession
Josephine Lukito and Atsushi Tajima, SUNY at Geneseo
58. Framing of the Egyptian Revolution in the Op-Ed sections of the
International Herald Tribune and the Wall Street Journal
Guy J Golan, Syracuse
59. The Natural Framing of Military Conflict News: The 2008 Russian Invasion
of Georgia in Resonance, Izvestia and The New York Times
Robert McKeever, North Carolina at Chapel Hill;
Ekaterina Basilaia and Ivane Javakhishvili, Tbilisi State
and Donald Shaw, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Discussant: Barbara Reed, Rutgers
60. How Student Journalists Seek Information and Evaluate Online Sources
During the Newsgathering Process
Julia Tylor, Arizona State
61. Justice and Journalism at the Supreme Court: Newspaper Coverage
of Ideology within the Roberts Court
Elizabeth Woolery, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
62. The Viewing Room: How Journalists Prepare for and Respond to Witnessing Executions
Kenna Griffin, Oklahoma
Discussant: Andi Stein, California State, Fullerton
63. Media Credibility and Journalistic Role Consumptions: Views on Citizen
and Professional Journalists among Citizen Contributors
Deborah Chung and Seungahn Nah, Kentucky
64. Hostility toward Sport Commentators in the Online Arena: A Reexamination
of Disposition Effects Hypothesis
Po-Lin Pan, Arkansas State
65. Today’s Main Feature: Disappearing Feature Sections in the Age of Feature Writing
Bret Schulte, Arkansas
Discussant: Tom Moore, CUNY
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Magazine Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Magazine Division Research Panel
Moderating/Presiding: Barbara Reed, Rutgers
Female Bodies on Display: Attitudes Regarding Female Athlete Photos
in Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue and ESPN: The Magazine’s Body Issue
Rachael R. Smallwood, Natalie Brown and Andrew Billings, Alabama
Defining Celebrity and Driving Conversation: Celebrities on the Cover
of People Magazine
Jon Arakaki, SUNY College at Oneonta and Bill Cassidy, Northern Illinois
Audience Reactions to Consumer Magazines: A Test of the Effects of Commercial
Frames and Sources
James Cole and Jennifer Greer, Alabama
Normalization of Cosmetic Surgery in Women’s Magazines
Shu-Yueh Lee, Wisconsin-Oshkosh and Naeemah Clark, Elon
Empirical Research in Women’s Magazine Health Content
Shelly Rodgers, Amanda Hinnant, Alecia Swasy
and Roma Subramanian, Missouri
Discussant: Scott Fosdick, San José State
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 284
Mass Communication and Society Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Top Papers
Moderating/Presiding: Diana Martinelli, West Virginia
Turnoff Everything: The Challenges and Consequences of Going on a Complete
and Extended Media Fast*
Lauren Bratslavsky, Harsha Gangadharbatla
and Darshan Sawantdesai, Oregon
Partisans and Controversial News Online: Comparing Perceptions of Bias
and Credibility in News From Blogs Versus Mainstream Media**
Mihee Kim and Ronald Yaros, Maryland
Online Deliberation of the Scientific Evidence for Breastfeeding: A Mixed-Method
Analysis Using the Integrative Model for Behavioral Prediction***
Maria Len-Rios, Manu Bhandari and Yulia Medvedeva, Missouri
Why Share in the Social Media Sphere: An Integration of Uses and Gratification
and Theory of Reasoned Action****
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Chang-Dae Ham and Joonghwa Lee, Middle Tennessee State
Discussant: Seungahn Nah, Kentucky
* Top Faculty Paper
** Second Place Faculty Paper
*** Third Place Faculty Paper
**** Fourth Place Faculty Paper
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 285
Media Ethics Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: The Ethical Implications of Digital Media
and Social Cognition on Journalistic Practices
Moderating/Presiding: Jenn Mackay, Virginia Tech
Ethics in the Digital Age: A Comparison of Moving Images and Photographs
on Moral Reasoning
Aimee Meader, Lewis Knight and Renita Coleman, Texas at Austin
and Lew Wilkins, Missouri
How Social Cognition Can Be Used in Journalism Training to Reinforce
Ethical Standards of Practice
Sue Ellen Christian, Western Michigan
Idea Plagiarism: Journalism’s Ultimate Heist
Norman Lewis, Florida
Journalists’ Engagement with Facebook: A Theoretical Analysis
Sally Haney, Mount Royal
Discussant: Jane Singer, Iowa
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 286
Minorities and Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Diversity in TV, Films and the Internet
Moderating/Presiding: Kyle Huckins, Indiana Wesleyan
On-Air Diversity: Comparing Television Network Affiliates’ Ethnic Representation
Amy Jo Coffey, Georgia
User-Generated Racism: An Analysis of Stereotypes of African Americans, Latinos,
and Asians in YouTube Videos*
Lei Guo and Summer Harlow, Texas at Austin
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Hispanics’ Uses and Gratifications in the three-screen Media Environment
Kenton Wilkinson, Texas Tech; Anthony Galvez, Rhode Island College
and Todd Chambers, Texas Tech
Stereotypes in Blockbusters: An Examination of Asian Characters in Top Box Office
American Films (2000-2009)
Jia-Wei Tu and Xing Liu, City University of Hong Kong
Discussant: Josh Grimm, Texas Tech
* Third Place Student Paper
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 287
Visual Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Visual Rhetoric and Framing: New Considerations
Moderating/Presiding: Lulu Rodriguez, Iowa State
Images of Injustice: A Visual-Rhetorical Analysis of “Inside Job”
Anthony Collebrusco, Colorado at Boulder
A Story of a Somber Remembrance: Visual Framing and Iconicity
in the 10-year Commemorative Coverage of 9/11
Nicole Dahmen and Britt Christensen, Louisiana State
How the Visual Fits into the Framing Process
Sarah Merritt, American
Framing the Bureau: Legitimacy and the Public Relations Photographs of Hoover’s FBI
Jennifer Tiernan and Matthew Cecil, South Dakota State
Discussant: Jennifer Palilonis, Ball State
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 288
AEJMC Council of Affiliates (Scripps Howard Foundation, ASNE) and Law and Policy Division
Teaching Panel Session: Legal Issues that Need Classroom Attention
Moderating/Presiding: Susan Keith, Rutgers
Panelists:
Dave Giles, vice president for legal issues, Scripps Howard Foundation
Kevin Goldberg, general counsel, American Society of News Editors
Cheryl Ann Bishop, Quinnipiac
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 289
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Community College Journalism Association and Scholastic Journalism Division
Teaching Panel Session: We'll Do It Live: Real-Time Reporting Without Regrets
Moderating/Presiding: Rob Fuentes, SUNY Rockland
Panelists:
Robert Mercer, Cypress College
Carrie Brown Smith, Memphis
Jonathan Groves, Drury
Toni Albertson, Mt. San Antonio College
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 290
Commission on the Status of Women and Religion and Media Interest Group
Research Panel Session: Veiled Messages: Framing of Hijab and Muslim Identity in Western Media
Moderating/Presiding: Beverly G. Merrick, Nebraska-Kearney
Panelists:
Defining Islamophobia
Brian J. Bowe, Michigan State
Above the Fold and Beyond the Veil: Media Depictions of Muslim Women
Nahed Eltantawy, High Point
Hijab and Muslim Comedians: Challenging Stereotypes with Humor
Ammina Kothari, Indiana
Veiling the News, Reporters in Hijab: Deconstructing the Framing of Western
Journalists Who Wear the Headscarf in the Field
Rosemary Pennington, Indiana
Ephemeral Veils, Enduring Images: Tracing Media Representations of Western
Celebrity Activism, Veiling, and Femininity in Muslim Cultures
Spring-Serenity Duvall, South Carolina-Aiken
The Prophet and the Press: Barack Obama and American Civil Religion’s Journalistic
Priesthood
Lori Henson, Saint Mary of the Woods
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 291
Community Journalism Interest Group and Media Management and Economics Division
PF&R Panel Session: Startling Startups in the Business of Journalism
Moderating/Presiding: Al Cross, Kentucky
Panelists:
Heidi Kulicke, Orange County Business Journal
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Amy Starlight Lawrence, project specialist, Knight Foundation
Rich Gordon, director of digital innovation, Northwestern
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 292
Entertainment Studies Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Best of Entertainment Studies Interest Group
Moderating/Presiding: Kelly Poniatowski, Elizabethtown
Judging a Book By Its Cover: Using Q Method to Examine Millennials’ Perceptions
and Expectations of Classic Novels
Katherine Patton, West Virginia
The Kardashians Made Me Want It: The Effects of Privileged Television
on Emerging Adults’ Materialism
Emily Acosta Lewis, Western New England
The Cathartic Effects of Narrative Entertainment Through Contemplation:
Examining the Mediating Role of Self-perceptions on Health Outcomes
After Fictional Drama Exposure
Guan-Soon Khoo, Pennsylvania State
Have We Ever Experienced Remade Fan Video as Visual Poaching on YouTube?
Keunyeong Kim, Pennsylvania State
Men on The Wire: A Textual Analysis of “The Most Realistic Depiction
of a Newsroom Ever”
Patrick Ferrucci and Chad Painter, Missouri
Discussant: Kelly Poniatowski, Elizabethtown
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 293
Graduate Student Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Media and Mass Communication Across the Globe:
International Perspectives
Moderating/Presiding: J.J. DeSimone, Wisconsin-Madison
Spectacularizing Queers: How Young Females are Embraced by the Media Industry
in South Korea
Jungmin Kwon, Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Tracing African Mass Communication Research Trends From 1980-2009
Kioko Ireri, Indiana – Bloomington
Media Coverage Regarding the International Conflict Stemming from NDM-1
Jihye Kim, Florida
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How News Media Use Affects Political Discussion in a Transnational Society:
Evidence from the China Survey
Jia-Wei Tu, City University of Hong Kong
Journalists Back to School: Korean Journalists’ Perception on Further
(Continuing) Education
Sangwon Park, Indiana
Discussant: Steve Urbanski, West Virginia
3:30 pm to 5 pm / 294
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Panel Session: Bringing the Knight News Challenge Apps to Life in the Classroom
Moderating/Presiding: Jan Slater, Illinois and Paul Parsons, Elon
2012 Bridge Grant projects:
Adopting Ushahidi for Crowdsourcing and Data Visualization: New Paths
for Event-mapping in Chile
Ingrid Bachmann, Universidad Catolica de Chile
Kansas.com High School News Feed
Peter (Piotr) Bobkowski, Kansas
CityCircles Light Rail Job Classifieds
Serena Carpenter, Arizona State
Reporting from the Storm
Julie Jones, Oklahoma
OpenBlock Campus
Jacqueline Marino, Kent State
In-depth Reporting of Methamphetamine Production and Abuse in Oklahoma
Ray Murray, Oklahoma State
Telling Stories with Data: Life at a Hispanic Serving University
Cindy Royal, Texas State San Marcos
LarryvilleKU: Web and Mobile Application of OpenBlock to The Kansan
Hyunjin Seo, Kansas
Photojournalism and Social Engagement Tablet App
Adam Wagler, Nebraska-Lincoln
@SDSU — Where’s the News?
Amy Schmitz Weiss, San Diego State
Special thanks to the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for funding these grant projects. A call
is out for the second round of these grants. Deadline to apply is September 10, 2012. Visit
www.aejmc.org for the full call for proposals. Copies of the call will also be available at this session.
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Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
Business Session: International Editorial Board Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Dane S. Claussen, editor, ACLU of Nevada
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 296
Communication Technology Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Top Student Papers
Moderating/Presiding: Carmen Stavrositu, Colorado at Colorado Springs
What has Social Networking Service (SNS) Research Done for the Half Decade? Review,
Critiques, and Discussion of the Studies From 2006 to 2011
Yin Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Discussant: David Magolis, Bloomsburg
A Comparative Content Analysis of Dialogic Theory on Fortune 1000 Facebook
and Twitter Pages
Christopher Wilson and Weiting Tao, Florida
Discussant: Benjamin Bates, Tennessee
Tweeting Every Touchdown: Analyzing the Twitter Use of Sports Fans through the
Uses and Gratifications Theory
Natalie Brown, Alabama
Discussant: John Russial, Oregon
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 297
Communication Theory and Methodology Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: The Best of CT&M
Moderating/Presiding: Rosanne Scholl, Louisiana State
A Comparison of Three Approaches to Computing Information Insufficiency:
Challenges and Opportunities*
Sonny Rosenthal, Nanyang Technological
Multiple Opinion Climates in Online Forums: Role of Website Source Reference
and Within-forum Opinion Congruency**
Elmie Nekmat and William Gonzenbach, Alabama
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Multiplying Incongruence: How the Emotional Response to Diverse Sources
of Incongruent Messages Mediates Participatory Intentions***
Emily Vraga, George Washington
The Hostile Media Effect and Political Talk: Expanding the Corrective
Action Hypothesis****
Matthew Barnidge, Wisconsin
Conceptualizing the Intervening Roles of Identity in Communication Effects:
The Prism Model*****
Maria Leonora (Nori) Comello, North Carolina
Discussant: Douglas Blanks Hindman, Washington State
* Top Faculty Paper
** Top Two Faculty Paper
*** Top Three Faculty Paper
**** Top Student Paper
*****Top Theory Paper
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 298
Cultural and Critical Studies and History Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Whose Revolution? Gramsci, History, and the Power of Media
in the 21st Century
Moderating/Presiding: Charles Self, Oklahoma
Panelists:
On the Relevance of Gramsci to 21st Century Critical/Cultural Media Studies
Meenakshi Gigi Durham, Iowa
Cultural Hegemony and the Audience in the Age of Social Media:
Produsage vs. Templatation
Shayla Thiel-Stern, Minnesota
Gender Dynamics and Journalists: Cultural Work and the Function of Functionaries
Erika Engstrom, Nevada-Las Vegas
Learning Without Illusions and Without Becoming Disillusioned: Gramsci, Media,
and Liquid Literacy
Ralph Beliveau, Oklahoma
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 299
Electronic News Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: The New Media Are Coming, The New Media Are Coming!
Moderating/Presiding: David Free, Texas at Austin
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The Effect of Kuwaiti Online Readers on Sectarian and Tribal Issues: Case Study
Alaan Online Newspaper*
Ali Dashti, Gulf University for Science and Technology
A Digital Juggling Act: New Media’s Impact on the Responsibilities of Local
Television Reporters
Anthony Adomato, Missouri
New Media in the Newsroom
Eric White, affiliation
Twitter: Journalism Chases the Greased Pig
Desiree Hill, Central Oklahoma
Discussant: Debashis “Deb” Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
*
Top Paper Award
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 300
Law and Policy Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Contemporary Questions About the First Amendment
& Freedom of Expression
Moderating/Presiding: Jeannine Relly, Arizona
Social Science, Media Effects & The Supreme Court: Is Communication Research
Relevant After Brown?
Clay Calvert, Florida; Matthew Bunker and Kimberly Bissell, Alabama
American Un-Exceptionalism: The Case of Copyright Law's Public Domain
and Freedom of Expression*
Edward Carter, Brigham Young
Spam and the First Amendment Redux: Free Speech Issues in State Regulation
of Unsolicited Email
Jasmine McNealy, Syracuse
To Defer or Not to Defer? Deference and Its Differential Impact on First Amendment
Rights in the Roberts Court
Clay Calvert and Justin Hayes, Florida
Getting Excited About the CALM Act: The First Amendment and Loud Commercials
Dale Herbeck, Boston College
Discussant: William Lee, Georgia
*Third Place Faculty Paper
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 301
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Magazine Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Rachel Davis Mersey, Northwestern
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 302
Mass Communication and Society Division and Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Group
Teaching Panel Session: Teaching With and About Participatory Media Cultures
Moderating/Presiding: Jennifer Henderson, Trinity
Panelists:
Aaron Delwiche, Trinity
Daren Brabham, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Jennifer Fleming, California State, Long Beach
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 303
Newspaper and Online News and Media Management and Economics Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Editing Centers — Yea or Nay
Moderating/Presiding: John Russial, Oregon
Panelists:
Teresa Schmedding, president, American Copy Editors Society
Randy Jessee, media general, Richmond, VA
Tracy Collins, head, Gannett Design Studio, Phoenix (via Skype)
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 304
Public Relations Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Contemporary Issues in the Practice of Public Relations
Moderating/Presiding: Lynn Zoch, Radford
Trust Me, Trust Me Not: An Experimental Analysis of the Effect of Transparency
on Trust and Behavioral intentions in organizations
Giselle Auger, Duquesne
Speaking Out: An Exploratory Analysis of Public Relations Professionals
and their Willingness to Self-Censor
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Vincent Filak, Wisconsin-Oshkosh and Melissa Dodd, Miami
Exploring Complex Organizational Communities: Identity as Emergent Perceptions,
Boundaries, and Relationships
Dawn Gilpin and Nina Miller, Arizona State
Measuring BP Media Relations Outcomes Post Spill: An Illustration of How
Public Relations’ Effects May Be Overestimated
Brendan R. Watson, Minnesota-Twin Cities
What Contributes to Public Relations Professionals’ Own Conflict: Life Affecting Work
Hongmei Shen, San Diego State and Hua Jiang, Towson
Discussant: Moon J. Lee, Florida
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 305
Visual Communication Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Creative Projects
Moderating/Presiding: Michael Cheers, San José State and Craig Herndon, Howard
Why Me? Tom Moran’s Long Walk
Mike Grundmann, James Madison
Congressional Primaries: Digging Into Illinois’ 2012 Elections
Jeremy Gilbert, Northwestern
Berlin Black and White: A Sabbatical Project
John Freeman, Florida
Discussant: Lester Sloan, Savannah State
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 306
Community Journalism Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: From Shoe Leather to Cyberspace: Evolving
Community Journalism
Moderating/Presiding: Eileen Gilligan, SUNY Oswego
Undocumented Workers and Immigration Reform: Thematic vs. Episodic Coverage
in a Rural Kansas Community Daily*
Michael Fuhlhage, Auburn
Conversation Starters: A Study of Interactivity on Community Press-Supported
Facebook Pages**
Michael Clay Carey, Ohio
Student Experiences in Community Journalism: A Case Study of Two Universities
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Lisa Paulin-Cid, North Carolina Central
If You Build It, Will They Come? An Exploratory Study of Community Reactions
to an Open Source Media Project in Greensburg, Kansas
Samuel Mwangi, Steve Smethers and Bonnie Bressers, Kansas State
Discussant: Eileen Gilligan, SUNY Oswego
* Top Faculty Paper
** Top Student Paper
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 307
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: The Past the future of the GLBT Community
Moderating/Presiding: Carolyn Byerly, Howard
Clearing the Bench: Framing the 2010 Iowa Fight Over Gay Marriage*
Shawn Harmsen, Iowa
Covering the Other: A Historical Analysis of the Stonewall Uprising
and GLBT Rights Movement
Chad Painter, Missouri
An Eminent Illustrator and the Man Behind the Man: J. C. Leyendecker
and Charles Beach
Rodger Streitmatter, American
Broadband Bugchasers: The Digital, Physical, and Social Habits
of Those Who Purposely Give/Contract HIV
Cory Weaver, Syracuse
Discussant: Rhonda Gibson, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
*Top Student Paper
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 308
Political Communication Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Best Faculty & Student Papers Panel
Moderating/Presiding: Erik C Nisbet, Ohio State
Partisanship, Message Framing, and the Effectiveness of Negative Political Advertising*
Kenneth Kim, Oklahoma State
Ratcheting Up the Grassroots Rhetoric: Tea Party Candidates and Twitter
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in the 2010 Midterm Elections**
Jason Turcotte and Chance York, Louisiana State
Which Candidates Can Be Mavericks? The Intersection of Issue Disagreement
and Candidate Biography***
Emily Vraga, George Washington
Belief of Policy? Religious Cues and Voter Evaluations****
Bryan McLaughlin and David Wise, Wisconsin –Madison
Discussant: David Perlmutter, Iowa
* Best Faculty Paper Award Winner
** Best Student Paper Award Winner
*** Best Faculty Paper Runner-Up
**** Best Student Paper Runner-Up
5:15 pm to 6:45 pm / 309
Religion and Media Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Islam: Frames and Themes in the Mass Media
Moderating/Presiding: Doug Swanson, California State–Fullerton
The Muslim Fallacy: An Examination of Public Opinion and the Framing
of Barack Obama’s Religion
Joseph Kasko, South Carolina
Muslim media in the United States and their role in the American Public Square
Mohammad Siddiqi, Western Illinois
The Othering of Terrorists: An Analysis of Two Major U.S. Newspapers’ Use
of the Word Terrorist and Subsequent Mention of Religion
Jennifer Hoewe, Pennsylvania State
Male in the Masjid: Framing men on Little Mosque on the Prairie
Rosemary Pennington, Indiana
Discussant: John Patrick Ferré, Louisville
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 310
Communication Technology Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Jacob Groshek, Erasmus, Rotterdam
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7 pm to 8:30 pm / 311
Communication Theory and Methodology Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Michel M. Haigh, Pennsylvania State
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 312
Electronic News Division
Off-site Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Kathleen M. Ryan, Chair, Colorado
and Laura Smith, Incoming Chair, Huston-Tillotson
This year’s Bliss Award honoree is Bob Papper, chair, Journalism, Media Studies and Public
Relations in the School of Communication, Hofstra University. The award ceremony, reception and
members’ meeting will be held at Loyola University Chicago, School of Communication, 51
Pearson Street. This is just a short walk from the Conference Hotel.
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 313
Law and Policy Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: David Cuillier, Arizona
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 314
Magazine Division
PF&R Panel Session: Magazine Professional of the Year Cocktail Reception
Moderating/Presiding: Rachel Davis Mersey, Northwestern
7 pm to 9 pm / 315
Public Relations Division
Off-site Social
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Hosting: Katie Place, Saint Louis and Matt Ragas, DePaul
Event Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, 1 West Grand Ave., Chicago, IL 60610. Rock Bottom is
located just three blocks from the conference hotel. A complimentary drink and appetizers will be
provided. There is no fee for the social, but pre-registration is required. If you plan to attend the
social, please email Katie Place and Matt Ragas: [email protected] Event sponsored by: The
Arthur W. Page Center for Integrity in Public Communication, Pennsylvania State University
Prize sponsors: University of Oregon, DePaul University, University of Louisville, Georgia State
University, Glen Broom and Bey-Ling Sha
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 316
Visual Communication Division
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Jeremy Gilbert, Northwestern
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 317
Commission on the Status of Minorities
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Curtis Lawrence, Columbia College Chicago
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 318
Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Jeremy Littau, Lehigh
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 319
Community Journalism Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Joe Marren, Buffalo State
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7 pm to 8:30 pm / 320
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Jason Shepard, California State, Fullerton
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 321
Political Communication Interest Group
Business Session: Members’ Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Tom Johnson, Texas at Austin
7 pm to 8:30 pm / 322
Religion and Media Interest Group
Social: Journal of Media and Religion Tenth Anniversary Reception
Hosting: Daniel A. Stout, Nevada, Las Vegas and Judith M. Buddenbaum, Colorado State
8:45 pm to 10:15 pm / 323
Communication Technology Division
Off-site Social
Hosting: Jacob Groshek, Erasmus, Rotterdam
8:45 pm to 10:15 pm / 324
Minorities and Communication Division
Off-site Social
Hosting: Felecia Jones Ross, Ohio State
Location to be announced at Members’ Meeting.
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8:45 pm to 10:15 pm / 325
Community Journalism Interest Group
Off-site Business Session: Executive Committee Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Joe Marren, Buffalo State
8:45 pm to 10:15 pm / 326
Political Communication Interest Group
Off-site Social
Hosting: Thomas Johnson, Texas at Austin
8:45 pm to 10:30 pm / 327
AEJMC Night at the Movies
Special Centennial Showing: “Easter Parade”
Set in 1912 New York City, this movie also features covers for 10 magazines published in 1912.
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Sunday, August 12, 2012
7 am to 8 am / 328
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: 2012-13 Council of Divisions Meeting II
Moderating/Presiding: Tony DeMars, Texas A&M Commerce, Council of Divisions Chair
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 329
Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk and Communication Theory
and Methodology Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Winning Nationally Competitive Grants
Moderating/Presiding: Shirley S. Ho, Nanyang Technological, Singapore
Panelists:
Noshir Contractor, Northwestern
Charles T. Salmon, Nanyang Technological, Singapore
Sharon Dunwoody, Wisconsin-Madison
Jane D. Brown, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Glen T. Cameron, Missouri
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 330
Communication Technology and Visual Communication Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Teaching with Technology: Learning Concepts in the Face
of Challenging Software
Moderating/Presiding: Amanda Sturgill, Elon
Panelists:
Mindy McAdams, Florida
Howard Finberg, Poynter
Phillip Motley, Elon
Mark Blaine, Oregon
8:15 am to 9:45 am /331
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International Communication and Minorities and Communication Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Immigration and the Media: New Research and Journalism
Practice in the US and Mexico
Moderating/Presiding: Otto Santa Ana, California, Las Angeles
Panelists:
National Perspectives of State Turmoil and Characteristics of Elite U.S.
Newspaper Coverage of Arizona SB 1070
Manuel Chavez, Michigan State
and Jennifer Hoewe, Pennsylvania State
The Successes and Pitfalls of Spanish-language Television Coverage
of Arizona’s Immigration Law, April–May 2010
Mercedes Vigón
and Lillian Bustos-Martinez, Florida International
Mexican Newspaper Narrative Framing of Migration
Manuel Guerrero, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico
Immigration Reporting from a Practice Perspective
Carolyn Brown, American
Reporting Migration from a Latino and Practice Perspective
Paula Gomez, Univision Television Chicago
Discussant: Celeste González de Bustamante, Arizona
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 332
Media Ethics and Public Relations Divisions
Refereed Paper Research Session: The Ethical Implications of Digital Media
and Social Cognition on Journalistic Practices
Moderating/Presiding: Shannon Bowen, South Carolina
“Mind the CSR Communication Gap”: The Role of Authenticity
in the Communication of CSR
Christopher Wilson, Weiting Tao, Sarabdeep Kochar
and Mary Ann Ferguson, Florida
Consumers’ Ethical Evaluation of Greenwashing Ads
Harsha Gangadharbatla and Kim Sheehan, Oregon
Whistleblowing in Public Relations: Ethical Dilemma or Role Responsibility
Cary Greenwood, Middle Tennessee State
Corporate Social Responsibility Communication on the Internet: A Content
Analysis of Fortune 100 Companies
Seul Lee, Eunji Kang and Mary Ann Ferguson, Florida
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Discussant: Michael Palenchar, Tennessee
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 333
Media Management and Economics Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Structuring Media Organizations
Moderating/Presiding: Angela Powers, Kansas State
Creating Lobbying Strategies in a Competitive Environment: An Insider’s Perspective*
Amy Sindik, Georgia
Winning the Popularity Contest: Assessing Independent Record Company Performance
in the Digital Download Market
Heather Polinsky, Central Michigan
The New Non-Profits: A Financial Examination
Magda Konieczna and Sue Robinson, Wisconsin-Madison
Organization Ecology and Emerging Media: A Case Study
Wilson Lowrey, Alabama
Discussant: Debashis “Deb“ Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
*
Second Place Student Paper
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 334
Newspaper and Online News Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: The Business of Journalism
Moderating/Presiding: Mark Ludwig, California State, Sacramento
A Comparison of News Media Avoidances Among Young Adults Across Media
Amy Zerba, Sylvia Chan-Olmsted and Hyejoon Rim, Florida
Old Dogs, New Tricks: Online News Uses New Tools but Attracts the Same Eyeballs
Kelly Kaufhold, Texas Tech
The State of the Weekly Newspaper Industry
Stephen Lacy, Michigan State; Daniel Riffe, North Carolina at Chapel Hill;
David Coulson, member-at-large, and Robin Blom, Michigan State
The Impact of Local Newspaper’s Community Capital Perception on Subscription/Readership
and Advertising Effects
Gi Woong Yun, David Morin, Louisa Ha, Mark Flynn, SangHee Park
and Xiao Hu, Bowling Green State
Social Responsibility Theory and the Digital Nonprofits: Should the Government
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Aid Online News Startups?
Rebecca Nee, San Diego State
Discussant: Rod Carveth, Goodwin College
8:15 am to 9:45 am /335
Commission on the Status of Women and AEJMC Council of Affiliates
PF&R Panel Session: Leading Innovation: Women at the Forefront of Development
in Media Organizations
Moderating/Presiding: Jennifer Vardeman-Winter, Houston; Amber Hinsley, St. Louis
and Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Florida International
Panelists:
Rebecca Baldwin, Northwestern, and vice president/general manager, Zap2it.com
Karla Gower, Alabama
Lisa A. Knutson, chief administrative officer, The E.W. Scripps Company
Cindy Royal, Texas State
Amy Schmitz Weiss, San Diego State
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 336
Political Communication Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Campaigns and Elections
Moderating/Presiding: Lauren Feldman, American
The Effects of Social Media on Political Participation and Candidate Image
Evaluations in the 2012 Iowa Caucuses
Daniela Dimitrova and Dianne Bystrom, Iowa State
Wishful Thinking and Predictive Accuracy in U.S. Presidential Elections
from 1952 to 2008
Barry Hollander, Georgia
The Use (and Misuse) of Reframed News-Mediated Content in 2008 Presidential
Campaign Ads
Chris Roberts, Alabama
Parent-Child Communication Patterns, School Political Discussions, News Media
Use and Adolescent Knowledge and Political Interest in the 2008 Presidential Election
Chang-Dae Ham, Illinois-Urbana Champaign;
Joonghwa Lee, Middle Tennessee State and Esther Thorson, Missouri
Discussant: Amy Becker, Towson
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8:15 am to 9:45 am / 337
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Training Session: Incoming Division and Interest Group Heads
Moderating/Presiding: Daniel Shipka, Louisiana State
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 338
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Training Session: Incoming Professional Freedom and Responsibility Chairs
Moderating/Presiding: Katherine A. Bradshaw, Bowling Green State
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 339
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Training Session: Incoming Research Chairs
Moderating/Presiding: Patricia A. Curtin, Oregon
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 340
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Training Session: Incoming Teaching Chairs
Moderating/Presiding: Susan Keith, Rutgers
8:15 am to 9:45 am / 341
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Training Session: Incoming Division and Interest Group Vice Heads
Moderating/Presiding: Jacqueline Lambiase, Texas Christian
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9 am to Noon / 342
Arab-U.S. Association of Communication Educators (AUSACE)
Business Session: Board Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Judy VanSlyke Turk, Virginia Commonwealth
10 am to 11:30 am / 343
Communication Technology and Media Management and Economics Divisions
Research Panel Session: Social Media and the U.S. Presidential Primaries
Moderating/Presiding: Daniela Dimitrova, Iowa State
Panelists:
Title
Raluca Cozma, Iowa State
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Mitchell S. McKinney and Brian Houston, Missouri
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Gary Hanson, Jennifer Chakroff, Mei-Chen Lin,
and Paul Haridakis, Kent State
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Hyun Jung Yun and Cynthia Opheim, Texas State
Title
Homero Gil de Zuniga, Texas at Austin
Discussant: John Allen Hendricks, Stephen F. Austin State
10 am to 11:30 am / 344
History, and Law and Policy Divisions and AEJMC Council of Affiliates
PF&R Panel Session: Prejudging Justice: The News Media and Prominent Criminal
Trials, 1897 to 2011
Moderating/Presiding: Wendy Melillo, American
Panelists:
Andrea Lyon, former defense attorney for Casey Anthony
W. Joseph Campbell, American
Rummana Hussain, criminal courts reporter, Chicago Sun-Times
John C. Watson, American
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10 am to 11:30 am / 345
Minorities and Communication and Media Ethics Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Examining News Coverage of American Indians by the Mainstream Media
Moderating/Presiding: Scott Manning Stevens, director, McNickle Center for American Indian
and Indigenous Studies Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois
Panelists:
Framing Effects of Conflicts in Indian Country on Public Attitudes
about Salmon and Sovereignty
Cynthia-Lou Coleman, Portland State
Mainstream Media’s Coverage of Crime in Indian Country
Selene Phillips, Louisville
Constructing a Reality: Mainstream Press Images of American Indians
Mavis Richardson, Minnesota State, Mankato
Examining the Effects of ABC’s Children of the Plains on American Indian Identity
John Sanchez, Pennsylvania State
10 am to 11:30 am / 346
Newspaper and Online News and Electronic News Divisions
Research Panel Session: Changing Newsrooms: Contributions from Newsroom
Ethnography in the Digital Age
Moderating/Presiding: Carrie Brown, Memphis
Panelists:
Jane Singer, Iowa
Jonathan Groves, Drury
Nikki Usher, Southern California
C.W. Anderson, City University of New York
Sue Robinson, Wisconsin-Madison
10 am to 11:30 am / 347
Public Relations and Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Teaching Industry Specific
Communication Content
Moderating/Presiding: Qingjiang (Q.J.) Yao, Fort Hays
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Panelists:
Carol Ames, California State – Fullerton
Denise Bortree, Pennsylvania State
Sharon Dunwoody, Wisconsin-Madison
Michael Palenchar, Tennessee-Knoxville
Richard Waters, San Francisco
10 am to 11:30 am / 348
Scholastic Journalism and International Communication Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Teaching Abroad: Adapting Your Course Content, Teaching Strategies
and Yourself to Meet the Needs of Your Students
Moderating/Presiding: Calvin L. Hall, Appalachian State
Panelists:
Matt Duffy, Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
Alma Kadragic, University of Wollongong in Dubai, U.A.E.
Sharon Stringer, Lock Haven
Nailah Hamdy, American University of Cairo
10 am to 11:30 am / 349
Visual Communication Division
Research Panel Session: Analysis of Visuality Using Q Methodology
Moderating/Presiding: Mark Popovich, Ball State
Panelists:
Byung Lee, Elon
Mark Popovich, Ball State
Dennis Kinsey, Syracuse
Robert Logan, National Library of Medicine
James Rhoads, Westminster College
10 am to 11:30 am / 350
Entertainment Studies Interest Group and Mass Communication and Society Division
PF&R Panel Session: Social Media, Games and Advertisers: Industry Planning
and Research Activities
Moderating/Presiding: Timothy R. Gleason, Wisconsin-Oshkosh
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Panelists:
Delivering Human Experiences Through the 4Cs
Anne Enright, sr. vice president, Digital Director, Starcom Worldwide, Chicago
Social Play and Advertising in Multi-Player Online Games
Sara Hansen, Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Social Network Games, Consumers and eWOM
Jin Kyun Lee, Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Discussant: Timothy R. Gleason, Wisconsin-Oshkosh
10 am to 11:30 am / 351
Political Communication Interest Group and Advertising Division
PF&R Panel Session: Presidential Election 2012 - Political Advertising Misinformation
Moderating/Presiding: Michelle Amazeen, Rider
Panelists:
Tom Feran, editor, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio
Erika Franklin Fowler, assistant professor, Department of Government,
Wesleyan University; director of the Wesleyan Media Project.
Chris Mottola, Republican media strategist, former consultant,
John McCain’s 2008 campaign
Fourth Panelist-TBA
10 am to 11:30 am / 352
Sports Communication Interest Group
Refereed Paper Research Session: Through the Years: Sports Media Portrayal and Paradigm
Moderating/Presiding: Debashis “Deb“ Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Say It Ain’t So, Joe: Prestige Newspaper Coverage of Joe Paterno
and the Penn State Scandal
Paul Husselbee, Southern Utah
Ain’t It So? “Shoeless” Joe Jackson, Collective Memory, and the Shaping
of an American Hero
Brett Borton, South Carolina
New Playing Grounds: How Sport Was Reconceptualized
for U.S. Television in the 1960s
Tara Kachgal, Wisconsin-Superior
Performing the “Good Negro Athlete” in Mid-Century America: Three Case Studies
Phillip Hutchison, Kentucky
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Discussant: Erin Whiteside, Tennessee
10 am to 3 pm / 353
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Business Session: 2012-13 AEJMC Board of Directors Meeting
Moderating/Presiding: Kyu Ho Youm, Oregon, 2012-13 President
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 354
Advertising and Public Relations Divisions
PF&R Panel Session: Brands Under Fire: The Importance of Authenticity, Transparency and Trust
Moderating/Presiding: Heidi Hennick-Kaminsky, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Panelists:
Jim Geike, vice president, Global Marketing, Burt’s Bees
Marcia Watson DiStasio, Pennsylvania State
Amber Hutchins, Kennesaw State
Tina McCorkindale, Appalachian State
Dana McMahan, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 355
Communication Technology and Cultural and Critical Studies Divisions
Teaching Panel Session: Internationalizing the Discipline: From Students to Service to Studies
Moderating/Presiding: Ralph Berenger, American University Sharjah
Panelists:
Debbie Goh, Nayang Technical, Singapore
Jacob Groshek, Erasmus, Rotterdam
Brad Hamm, Northwestern
Constance Milbourne, Rhode Island
Jeff Wilkinson, UIC-Hong Kong
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 356
Electronic News Division and Internships and Careers Interest Group
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Teaching Panel Session: Innovation or Annihilation: The Future of Journalism Curriculum
in America (The Conversation Continues)
Moderating/Presiding: Laura Smith, Huston-Tillotson
Panelists:
Barbara Hines, Howard
Lovette Chinwah-Adegbola, Central State
Don Heider, Loyola Chicago
Ava Thompson Greenwell, Northwestern
Sonya Duhé, Loyola New Orleans
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 357
Law and Policy Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Anonymity, Confidentiality and Privacy
Moderating/Presiding: Jason Martin, DePaul
The Anonymous Speech Doctrine in the Internet Era: Developments in Libel,
Copyright, and Election Speech
Jason Shepard and Genelle Belmas, California State Fullerton
To Reveal or Conceal?--An ISP's Dilemma: Presenting a New “Anonymous Public Concern Test”
for Evaluating ISP Subpoenas in Online Defamation Suits
Cayce Myers, Georgia
The Life, Death, and Revival of Implied Confidentiality
Woodrow Hartzog, Cumberland School of Law at Samford
Tracking, Technology, and Tweens: Better Regulation to Protect Children’s Privacy Online*
Lisa Barnard, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Public Interest . . . what Public Interest? How the Rehnquist Court Created the FOIA Privacy
Exceptionalism Doctrine
Martin E. Halstuk and Benjamin W. Cramer, Pennsylvania State
and Michael D. Todd, New Hampshire
Discussant: Jennifer Henderson, Trinity
*Second Place Student Paper
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 358
Minorities and Communication Division and Political Communication Interest Group
Research Panel Session: Ethnic Minority Groups in the Crosshairs of the 2012 Electoral Campaigns
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Presiding: Federico Subervi, Texas State San Marcos
Moderating: Diana Rios, Connecticut and Alex Tan, Washington State
Panelists:
Latinos
Federico Subervi, Texas State San Marcos
Asian Americans
H. Denis Wu, Boston and Tien-Tsung Lee, Kansas
African Americans
Hub Brown and Bradley Gorham, Syracuse
American Indians
Cristina Azocar, San Francisco State
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 359
Newspaper and Online News Division
PF&R Panel Session: Session Title: Moderation in All Things?: Anonymous Readers’ Comments
and the Ethics of Editorial Control
Moderating/Presiding: Bill Broun, East Stroudsburg
Panelists:
David Nelson, Northwestern
Bill Reader, Ohio
Rem Rieder, editor, American Journalism Review
Jack Rosenberry, St. John Fisher
11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 360
Commission on the Status of Women
Refereed Paper Research Session: Performing and Constructing Gender Identity, Femininity,
and Sport
Moderating/Presiding: Barbara Reed, Rutgers
Performance of Gender Identity on Wedding Websites
Laura Beth Daws, Georgia Highlands College
Sweetness and Strength: Codes of Femininity and Body Image
in Branded Social-Networking Messages*
Anne Holcomb, Western Michigan
Gender Politics in Interscholastic Sports: A Framing Analysis of Title IX
Erin Whiteside, Tennessee; Marie Hardin, Drew Shade,
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Julia Daisy Fraustino and Erin Ash, Pennsylvania State
The Bounce of Title Nine
Aimee Edmondson, Ohio
Discussant: Tracy Everbach, North Texas
* Top Student Paper
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 361
International Communication Division and Commission on the Status of Women
Research Panel Session: Women in the Media Industries: Global Perspectives
Moderating/Presiding: Carolyn Byerly, Howard
Panelists:
Women Editors Caught in the Throes of Political and Economic Change
in China
Yunjuan Luo, Texas Tech
Of Servants, Snakes, and Female Editors: Reflecting On Racism, Misogyny
and Hate Speech
Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh, Butler
The Privilege, Gift and Burden of Being a Venezuelan Woman Actor
Carolina Acosta-Alzuru, Georgia
Watching Barkha Dutt: Television News and Female Celebrity in India
Radhika Parameswaran, Indiana
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 362
Public Relations Division
Refereed Paper Research Session: Crisis Communications and Public Relations
Moderating/Presiding: Matt Ragas, DePaul
A Fight for Legitimacy: A Case Study of the 2011 Education Union Crisis
Michael Paquette, Maryland
Relational Expectancy, Expectancy Violations, and Post-crisis Communication:
BP Oil Spill Crisis
Sora Kim, Florida
Enacting Best Practices in Risk Communication: Analysis of an Expert Panel
Melissa Janoske, Brooke Liu
and Stephanie Madden, Maryland
“We’re Not the Only One with the Crisis”: Exploring Situational Variables
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in an Extension of Situational Crisis Communication Theory
Hyun Jee Oh, Nanyang Technical University
and Hyojung Park, San Diego State
Crisis Attribution in News Articles: A Study of the Effect of Labeling
on Corporate Reputation
Alyssa Appelman and Michelle Asmara, Pennsylvania State
Discussant: David Dozier, San Diego State
1:30 pm to 3 pm / 363
Community College Journalism Association and Internships and Careers Interest Group
Teaching Panel Session: It’s All in the Message: How to Attract a New Breed
of Journalism Students
Moderating/Presiding: John Kerezy, Cuyahoga College
Panelists:
John Capouya, Tampa
Toni Albertson, Mt. San Antonio College
Lovette Chinwah-Adegbola, Central State
Robert Mercer, Cypress College
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