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Wednesday, July 19
 

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ALAIC - Simultaneous translation Getsemaní Auditorium Children’s use of mobile devices-- literacy-- smartphone addiction and parental mediation in Taiwan Sala 301Fong-ching Chang Chiung-Hui Chiu Ping-Hung Chen Nae-Fang Miao Computer Games and Social Time of Families: A Sociological Perspective Sala 301Olga Sergeyeva Digital childhood in the global south: Researching children engagement with media in Colombia. Sala 301Rocio Lopez Ordosgoitia Andrea Lafaurie Picking-up-- partitioning-- passing-back-- and publicising: Competing patterns of family mediation in young children’s use of mobile touchscreen media Sala 301Bjorn Nansen Youthful audiences Sala 301Carlos Andrés Gutiérrez-González Reactualización de las superheroínas y heroínas del universo DC Comics Sala VIP IIIDanghelly Giovanna Zúñiga-Reyes Renacer en un apocalipsis zombie: el empoderamiento de género a través del caso del personaje de Carol en “The walking dead”. Sala VIP IIICarolina Pacheco Luna Series locales para públicos globales: la estrategia de contenidos originales de Netflix en la trasmisión de animes en países occidentales. Sala VIP IIILorena Treviño Assessing the Role of Community Radio in the Process of Democratization in India Barahona 2.1Narendra Singh Rao Shashwati Goswami Comunicación indígena en la sierra de Puebla ante los proyectos de muerte Sala 103José Manuel Ramos-Rodríguez Defensa Territorial, Medioambiental y Resistencia Mediática: La Experiencia del Consejo Cívico de Organizaciones Populares e Indígenas de Honduras (COPINH) Sala 103Luz Aída Ruiz Martinez Documentary Video and Mining Justice Sala 103Dorothy Kidd Geo-Community Media and Its Prospects for Environmental Stewardship: An Australian Case Study Sala 103Kerrie Foxwell-Norton Movimiento IDLE NO MORE: revolución positiva y pacífica para honrar la soberanía indígena y proteger la tierra y el agua Barahona 3Sylvia McAdam Protests and the Private Citizen: When the media stifles democratic participation Barahona 2.1Joy Leopold Savage intimacy, deviant safety: surveillance technology and club culture Sala 103Larisa Kingston Mann Sites of contestation: Community Radio, identity politics and the Nation-state in Africa Barahona 2.1Brilliant Mhlanga Tejido de Comunicación del pueblo Nasa de la Asociación de Cabildos Indígenas del Norte del Cauca ACIN Barahona 3Jair Vega Dora Muñoz Atillo Telefonía celular en Oaxaca Barahona 3 The Spectacle of/as the state: The 2016 coup in Turkey and the collective mediation of power Barahona 2.1Caitlin Miles Trump´s Era: Twitter as the new arena for defining vital issues Barahona 2.1Lucia Calderon Mobile communications among the Bedouin in Israel: an empirical demonstration of deliberate discrimination Pegasos 2Ghalia Abu Kaf Amit M Schejter Muhammad Abu Jafar Mobile telephony the transformer of copresence interactions in rural Kenya Pegasos 2leah jerop komen Participación ciudadana en las sociedades del conocimiento: Aplicaciones móviles para al gobierno abierto en Argentina-- México y Costa Rica. Pegasos 2Luisa Eugenia Ochoa-Chaves Using mobile phones to combat corruption: A case of citizen feedback model (CFM) Pegasos 2Awais Saleem Gen Z Perception of Reality Through Virtual and Augmented Devices Secretaría GeneralEduardo Zilles Borba Marcelo Zuffo Meme on the internet: the myth of the communist conspiracy in Brazil Secretaría GeneralGuilherme Popolin New media: Transforming youth’s perception regarding voting behavior. Secretaría General Organizational communication on virtual environments: Pending reflections for the strengthening of Teleworking Secretaría GeneralDoris Elena Muñoz Zapata Betsy Carolina Valencia Ayala Secondary gatekeeping in Twitter discussions on inter-ethnic conflicts: beyond ‘majority/minority’ filter bubbles? Secretaría GeneralSvetlana S Bodrunova Culture, development and communication: how to propose a theoric renewal based on old issues? Barahona 4.2Ndiaga Loum Oumar Kane Finding -Mother Culture” on Screen: A Study on the Media Use of Second Generation British Chinese Barahona 4.2Hui Ye Participación artística al servicio de la comunicación para la Paz Barahona 4.2Chuniaud Marion Russian-language media space: features-- tendencies and typology Barahona 4.2Olga Voronova Liudmila Voronova The Uses of the Internet in Canada : What Kinds of Empowerment for Immigrants ? Barahona 4.2Christian Agbobli Magda Fusaro Constructing the Dragon: Media Discourse on China and Relations of Power in Italian National Dailies-- 1994-2013 Sala 301 BRoberto Spiezio Digital inequality: who increase their capital on the Web? Differentiated uses of capital-enhancing activities among Chilean Young adults Sala 301 BDaniela Grassau Nicolle Etchegaray I write what we like: A textual analysis of Fallist microblogging Sala 301 BJon Adam Chen Imagen y criminalización del pueblo mapuche en noticias de la sección -conflicto mapuche” de emol (trabajo en proceso) Sala 301 BClaudio Ignacio Molina Conejeros Public media's role in regenerating nationalism with migrants: A case study of Korean television program-- My Neighbor Charles Sala 301 BTaeyoung Kim Ethics and multivocality: Exploring challenges of this communicative mode in heritage-making Barahona 2.3Shanade Bianca Barnabas Ética socioambiental e o direito à comunicação em comunidades tradicionais que habitam às margens do Rio São Francisco/Brasil Barahona 2.3Evaldo Becker Michele Amorim Becker High Deception in Higher Education: A philosophical discussion of the role of ethical communication in education in post-colonial South Africa Barahona 2.3Ylva Rodny-Gumede Colin Chasi Impacts of communication techniques on ethical behaviour and awareness: a comparative analysis. Barahona 2.3Yanick Farmer Infancias y agendas de comunicación: políticas-- medios y prácticas éticas emergentes Barahona 2.3Jose Eduardo Machain The Abscence of Responsibility Barahona 2.3Silvia Inés Molina Vedia del Castillo #Activism: Gender and Nationhood in #KideroMUSTGO and #DeportKoffiOlominde Barahona 1.1Wanjiru Mbure De los susurros a los gritos: prácticas de comunicación y resistencia anti heteronormativa en bogotá Sala 303 BRaul Fernando Diaz El cuerpo como dispositivo discursivo en la población transfemenina Sala 303 BDeicy Yvets Morales Medina El erotismo y la pornografía. La relación entre el cuerpo, la fotografía y el sexo en la obra de Alberto Alix García. Sala 303 BVirginia Ramírez Jiménez Feminist online organizations´ discourses on gender equality in Latin America Barahona 1.1Nancy Regina Gomez La invisibilidad de la narrativa lésbica Sala 303 BSugeily Vilchis Arriola On Gender and Margins: The Transformative Force of New Media Barahona 1.1Selena Irene Neumark Sororidad, clase y sexualidad: relaciones femeninas y feministas en '14 de abril. La República' (Diagonal TV, 2011- ) Sala 303 BLaura Castillo Mateu Gómez Nicolau Young college students in digital social networks: Access-- interaction and participation from a gender perspective Barahona 1.1Rocio Lopez Gonzales Gladys Ortiz Herdenson Guadalupe Gonzalez Lizarraga Big data approaches for health communication research: predictive sentiment and network analyses in social media Sala 302 ACarlos Arcila Calderón Luz Marina Alonso Connecting with Killer Apps – Can Digital Health Communication Overcome Health Resistant Behaviour? Sala 302 AOlaf H. Werder Embodied expertise and self-care practices: How runners enact medical expertise online Sala 302 APatricia Campbell Tweeting the Zika virus: a social network analysis Sala 302 AFrancisco Conrado Filho Sandra Marinho Luís António Santos Colombia frente al antisemitismo y la inmigración de judíos polacos y alemanes 1933 - 1948 C. CaballeroLina Maria Leal Despolitización y entretenimiento: una mirada histórica del sensacionalismo en la prensa ecuatoriana C. CaballeroFernando Casado Rebeca Sánchez Hace 100 años: inicio de la prensa en Honda-- Colombia como símbolo de progreso C. CaballeroGloria Ines Mestre Influences and confluences: international publications as a factor of cultural differentiation in the Brazilian 'belle époque'. C. CaballeroRachel Bertol Domingues Representaciones de la Naturaleza colombiana en National Geographica Magazine (1903-1926) C. CaballeroMonica Perez-Marin International broadcasting: a comparative study of American and Brazilian experience Sala 101Augusto Junior da Silva Santos Journalists’ autonomy around the globe: A comparative study of 41 mass media systems Sala 101Kerem Schamberger Michael Meyen Two faces of a government: An analysis of the coverage done by Empresa Brasileira de Comunicação of Michel Temer’s interim presidency Sala 101Franco Iacomini Leticia Mueller Rodrigo Asturuan ¿Primero el Estado o el Periodismo?: las nociones con que se estudia periodismo en América Latina Sala 101Rodrigo Araya María José Aragonés Definitions and solutions for fake news: Who says what? C. DamasLinda Steiner Fake news, the lying press and German journalist´s responses to a stigma C. DamasMichael Koliska Karin Assmann The great reaction: Reasserting journalistic professionalism in the age of Trump C. DamasSilvio Waisbord The twitter trenches in South Africa´s propaganda war C. DamasHerman Wasserman Between factual and fictional: -enunciation scenes” in Literature and in the Courts Salón ArsenalMarcus Assis Lima Ricardo Gomes Menezes Freedom of information and democracy: A comparative examination into the right to know. Salón ArsenalKatharine Allen Human Rights of Journalists in Jammu and Kashmir: A Comparative Analysis Between Journalists Working in Jammu Region and Kashmir Region. Salón ArsenalSahil Koul The political communication culture and the levels of transparency: Why is most important the culture that the regulation. Compare analysis of Chile and Uruguay 2010-2015 Salón ArsenalMatias Ponce Communication Floods – E-Mails in Scholarly Communication Barahona 4.1Corinna Luethje Franziska Thiele From self to person through posthumous digital presence Barahona 4.1Bjorn Nansen Human and social relations in cybersociality Barahona 4.1Alicia Elena Silva Nasty Discussion: an Overview on Flaming and Incivility in News Comments Sections Barahona 4.1Andrés Rosenberg Benadrett Stepping Stones or Handicaps. Inclusion and Exclusion in Academia Barahona 4.1Katrin Christiane Döveling From the Grim Sleeper to #blacklivesmatter: are urban black people turning to Twitter to mobilize? Barahona 2.2Dhiraj Murthy Hacking Trump: opportunity advertising as participation Sala 303 AAna Duarte Melo Loyalists against Democracy? Twitter, affective publics and the union flag protests in Northern Ireland  Barahona 2.2Paul Reilly Participation and transformation: practices and perceptions about communication and collaborative consumption Sala 303 AFernanda Elouise Budag Participatory challenges in Public Health Communication Sala 303 AAna Duarte Melo Sara Balonas Teresa Ruão Manuela Felício Towards stories that matter: Narratives of (dis)connection on Twitter following the Brexit referendum Barahona 2.2Photini Vrikki Viral cultures for resistance: the role of memes in the social media communication of alternative discourses and dissent in Russia Barahona 2.2 Cinema and Censorship in the Construction of Indian Heritage. Sala 304 ANikhil Thomas Titus If you ask for Kashmir, we'll rip you apart': The appropriation of Kashmiri freedom movement by Bollywood cinema Sala 304 ARavikant Kisana Isn’t it metaphor or new interpretation? Korean historical film, metaphors, dialogues, and re-interpretations in the modern society: A Semiotic and discourse analysis on, ‘the Throne (2014)’, an Oedipal conflict... Sala 304 AJungwoo Jang Dakyung Choo Kyoung Hee An The “Mizrahi Pillar of Fire”- Activists’ perceptions of the role of media in a memory-driven conflict Sala 304 A Between Collapsing Categories and Emboldened Empire.  Salon P. ObregónAdel Iskandar Decolonial Infrastructures and US Empire in Decline Salon P. Obregón Infrastructures of Empires and its complacent discontents Salon P. ObregónMiriyam Aouragh Media Infrastructures and Right Wing Popular Movements in Colombia Salon P. ObregónAngela Arias Zapata Unsettling Colonial Infrastructures Salon P. ObregónOmar Jabary-Salamanca Constructing Metanarrative in Red China: Framing the Mukden Incident on People’s Daily from 1946 to 2016 Sala 201Bingyang Xie Newspapers and social network sites transformations in Egypt post the 2011 revolution: Politicizing media and mediatizing politics Sala 201Mostafa Shehata Political communication in an African post-colony: The case of election campaign messaging in Zimbabwe Sala 201Wallace Chuma The political communication culture or the political ideology: What´s explain the relationship between the press and the governments? Argentina-- Chile and Uruguay 2010-2017 Sala 201Matías Ponce A Theological Approach to the Social Problems Associated with the Use of Information and Communicatyion Tec hnologies-ICT Barahona 1.2Sneyder Rojas Díaz How to Be a Jesus' Disciple in the -Almighty- Media Age: The «induced communitarian censorship» as an immunization strategy to the media influence. Barahona 1.2Gabriel Avila New Media, Youth & Renegotiation of Ethnic and Religious Identity in Nigeria Barahona 1.2Nelson O. Omenugha Religious Digital Consumption among Youth. Study Case in Catalonia.   Barahona 1.2Alba Sabaté Gauxachs The Preacher-- his ‘Endangered Flock’ and the New Media: Analyzing and critiquing the New Face of Religion in Nigeria Today. Barahona 1.2Ngozi Marion Emmanuel De la pantalla suprema a la pantallaesfera: narrativas transmedia, narrativas expandidas Sala 304 BCarlos Obando El lenguaje de la política en Internet: la comunicación de gobierno por YouTube y memes ante la homogeneización del discurso público Sala 304 BSergio Roncallo Dow Diego Armando Mazorra El tratamiento digital de la imagen: un proceso cognitivo de Comunicación Visual Sala 304 BLuis Carlos Contreras Martins Las imágenes visuales de la infancia: una construcción de identidades en manuales escolares nacionales. Sala 304 BAlexis Castellanos Escobar ¿Y eso como qué le representa? Sala 304 BAngélica María Gallardo

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FELAFACS Getsemaní Auditorium Entre el interés público y el interés del público: audiencia-- análitica web y criterios de noticiabilidad en cuatro redacciones europeas- Sala 301 Jóvenes-- tic y convivencia Sala 301Giuliano Dante Seni Medina Martha Cecilia Romero Moreno Proceso de medición de audiencia de la prensa a través de la interactividad de facebook Sala 301Marcia Furtado Avanza Wesley Moreira Pinheiro Comunicación en clave de paz: caracterización de experiencias colectivas de comunicación para pensar la construcción de paz en Colombia Sala 103Melba Patricia Quijano Triana Experiencias Internacionales, que debe aprender Colombia para el post conflicto Barahona 3Gustavo Gómez La comunicación después de la violencia Barahona 3Sandra Borda La investigación de las luchas contempraneas por el derecho a la comunicación: Desafios teóricos-metológicos Barahona 2.1Maria Liliana Córdoba La radiografía de los medios colombianos en zonas de conflicto Barahona 3 Lowering walls through digital media? Communication-- participation-- and the construction of peace in a Mexican prison Sala 103Antoni Castells-Talens Políticas públicas de comunicación para el post conflicto Barahona 3Sebastián Salamanca Romper las fronteras, buscar al sujeto. Una propuesta teórico-metodológica para el abordaje de la dimensión comunicativa en las prácticas políticas de los movimientos sociales Barahona 2.1Valeria Meirovich Social movements and their media: challenges from past to present Barahona 2.1Gita Zadnikar The role of communication in overcoming war and and building peace Sala 103Amparo Cadavid Angelica Nieto Carmen Lucia Bohorquez Toward an intersectional critical analysis of the political economy of autonomous media resource mobilization Barahona 2.1Sandra Jeppesen Kamilla Petrick Transformaciones de la cultura nasa en Gaitania, Tolima, en un contexto de post-conflicto: retos comunicativos para la construcción de la paz en el territorio Sala 103Arlovich Correa Manchola Transformative Media Organizing: Key findings from participatory action research across three social movements. Barahona 2.1Sasha Costanza-Chock Challenges Facing Internet Governance Arrangements for More Inclusion Pegasos 2Carolina Ines Aguerre Learning from the Gendered Past of Internet Governance: Toward Feminist Legitimation of an Internet Social Forum Pegasos 2 Social Movement or Socially Conscious Hacktivism? The Viability of Intervening in the Internet’s Policy-making Process through a Social Justice Virtual Platform Pegasos 2Eduardo Enrique Villanueva-Mansilla Tackling the Challenges of Datafied Citizenship Pegasos 2Arne Hintz Dailywage-- Draught-- Danger and the I-Slate : Contexts and their role in ICT for Education Secretaría GeneralNiranjana Prem Digital archives for overcoming the digital divide in latin america Secretaría GeneralAndrea Limberto Home environments and the development of online skills: A case study of Latino/Hispanic working class immigrant youths living in Austin-- Texas. Secretaría GeneralAndres Lombana-Bermudez Power of Internet meme in contemporary political communication Secretaría GeneralDomagoj Bebić Structural ageism in digital technologies Secretaría GeneralAndrea Rosales Mireia Fernández-Ardèvol Tool and techniques for measuring digital empowerment Secretaría Generalkirti singh Dipak De Diaspora and Migration as branded-content Barahona 4.2Fernanda Martinelli Digital Connectivity and Integration: The case of Eritrean Refuges and Migrants in Columbus-- Ohio Barahona 4.2Goitom Negash New discourses in Qatar: A comparative study of labour migration and socio-cultural power structures in traditional and digital news media Barahona 4.2Denielle Janine Emans Today is party: the construction of the social and cultural identities of the immigrant in the celebrations of the origins Barahona 4.2Camila Escudero Concepción teórico-metodológica del proyecto de investigación re-estructuración del sistema mediático cubano entre los años 2007 y 2017. Sala 301 BDasniel Olivera Pérez Mexico politics; methodology; presidenal debates Sala 301 BRebeca Domínguez Cortina Probing Elections through Text Messages: The Affect Resonance of Creative Publics Sala 301 BTara Mahoney Tweeting Security: Security Discourse on Twitter During The Third US Presidential Debate of 2016 Sala 301 BKatarzyna Elliott-Maksymowicz Who speaks of the crisis? The sources in print journalism about the economic crisis in Brazil Sala 301 BMaria Lucia de Paiva Jacobini -Narraciones-- calidad de la información y valores en entornos digitales: Opinión pública y proceso de negociación de paz en Colombia” Barahona 2.3Roberto Sancho Larrañaga Half a citizen-- twice as deviant: Discursive preferences in mainstream and alternative news on the internment of mentally disabled criminals in Belgium Barahona 2.3Robin Reul Reconciliación-- reconstrucción y acuerdo de paz en Colombia. Análisis de la prensa internacional según el modelo del peace journalism. Barahona 2.3María Teresa Nicolás Representation of ‘labour’ in news: A critical perspective Barahona 2.3Mrinmoy Majumder The fabric of a discursive object The ethics of journalistic practices in times of war: the Ivorian civil war of 2010-2011 Barahona 2.3Oulai Marc bertrand Goué The Religious Framework of Forgiveness Without Apology for Survivors of Shootings Barahona 2.3Sharrona Pearl Communicate to empower: An analysis of the importance of strategic communication in the work of NGO feminists in Nicaragua to be able to participate in the design of public polices with a gender perspective. Barahona 1.1Gema Massiel Espinoza Delgado El discurso feminicida en las letras de canciones de la música regional mexicana: el dispositivo de la normalización mediática de la violencia de género contra las mujeres Sala 303 BNelly Lucero Lara Chávez El Entramado de los Afectos. Indefensión y Poder en la Comprensión de la Violencia de Género Sala 303 BAlejandra Patricia Gómez Cabrera El significado de la experiencia de la violencia feminicida en familiares de víctimas y sobrevivientes en el Estado de México: una mirada desde el interaccionismo simbólico-- la fenomenología y la estigmati... Sala 303 BEleane Harin Proo Méndez Gender Equality Communication in Community Participation for Game Management in Uganda Barahona 1.1Wilson Truman Okaka Irene Judith Nagasha L’énonciation et la visibilité des victimes: la parole politique des femmes dans les posts sur les réseaux sociaux Barahona 1.1Angie Biondi Women speak out: transforming the normative politics of gender and voice Barahona 1.1Anita Ruth Biressi Heather Alison Nunn Adopción de innovaciones en salud y redes interpersonales. Sala 302 ALuz Marina Alonso Palacio La construcción social del vih y su tratamiento a través del uso de plataformas de facebook: Vih-- Aprendiendo a sonreír de nuevo; un estudio de caso en México. Sala 302 AArmando Romero Ventura La tendencia fitness en Instagram: interacciones sociales virtuales y las representaciones de salud y bienestar. Sala 302 AElizabeth Vargas-Rosero Laura Posso Menco Kelly Pozo García Papá Oso: Comunicación y salud neonatal en el marco del valor económico y cultural de un recién nacido enfermo en el Hospital Regional de Cusco-- Perú. Sala 302 ACarla Colona G. Photoboy-- una herramienta tecnológica para la promoción y prevención de diferentes tipos de cáncer causados por el consumo de tabaco en espacios públicos digitales de la ciudad de pereira Sala 302 AJulián Enrique Páez Valdez 'Making Portugal Great Again!' Radio Broadcasting and Salazar’s Nationalist Discourse in 1930s and 1940s C. CaballeroNelson Costa Ribeiro Press and institutional breakdowns: expressions of the imaginary in journalistic narratives C. CaballeroCamila Garcia Kieling Shadows on the screen: the construction of a female imaginary in the newsreel No-Do (Spain, 1943-1975) C. CaballeroJosé Manuel Peláez Ropero No information Sala 101 Alaroye-- Isolezwe and the adoption of digital technologies C. Damas Boundary Performance and Epistemology in the US 2016 Fake News Media Debate Sala VIP IIIJesse Owen Hearns-Branaman El periodismo local-regional en el mundo: Desde impreso a digital-de lo global a lo hyperlocal Sala VIP IIISonia Aguilar How do scholars use -theory” in Journalism Studies peer-reviewed papers? The case of the European Journal of Communication. Sala VIP IIIEnric Saperas Ángel Carrasco-Campos Manuel Martínez Nicolás Innovations journalistiques et nouvelles expériences de l’information. C. DamasPhilippe Useille Journalism and education: the news about the city Sala VIP IIIMary Weinstein Re-defining the Concept of Hard and Soft News: A Factorial Survey on Journalists’ Understanding of a Popular Concept Sala VIP IIIIsabella Glogger Rhetoric of changes: the international circulation of discourse about online journalism C. DamasFábio Henrique Pereira Florence Le Cam Technology ‘braking’ journalism: The role of technology as a constraining rather than enabling force in news production C. DamasKostas Saltzis The Media Dependence Model: Introducing a Critical Analysis of Mainstream News Media Performance on Leading Social Movements of the Digital Age Sala VIP III Between a Neutral and Pluralist Environment: Hate Speech in the U.S. Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights Salón ArsenalSebastian Zarate Re-Imagining First Amendment Theory in the 21st Century: First Steps Salón ArsenalAnthony Lewis Fargo State advertising-- access to information and media pluralism in Chile: contrasting policy and practice Salón ArsenalXimena Orchard Pamela Romero Ana María Castillo The First Amendment and Internet Hate Speech: Outdated solutions to a modern problem Salón ArsenalChris Demaske The National Communication Council: Opportunity or Constraint for Press freedom and Freedom of Expression in Cameroon. Salón ArsenalPeter Tiako Ngangum A social-historical analysis of the visions on the relations between university education, technologies and nature Pegasos 1Joan Pedro Carañana Arte, Educommunication and New technologies: a methodological proposal to create new learning scenarios Pegasos 1Paola Chaparro Herramientas que están transformando la educación en los colegios y preparando hacia una cultura de paz. Pegasos 1María Camila Contreras Olga Lucía Patiño Mediación pedagógica y cultura participativa : La perspectiva colaborativa de innovación tecnológica en Universidades de América Latina Pegasos 1Daniela Favaro Garrossini Francisco Sierra Caballero Observatory of Expanded Advertising: An experience with advertising literacy workshops in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Pegasos 1Patricia Cecilia Burrowes Always on: about mobile phone use of young adults in face-to-face interactions Barahona 4.1Daniela Stelzmann Is it better text or talk? Comparing the effect of communication medium on the acquaintanceship process Barahona 4.1Aditi Paul Let me be your Matchmaker: Examining effectiveness of advertising appeals of online dating apps Barahona 4.1Arpan Yagnik Aditi Paul Privacy Frames: How the Media Write About-- Discuss-- and Afford Privacy Barahona 4.1Federica Fornaciari Scale Development to Measure the Selfie Behaviour of College Students in India Barahona 4.1Ruchi Tewari Reena Shah Inclusive rural communication services. Building evidence, informing policies – rationale, design and findings of a global collaborative study Sala 303 AElske van de Fliert Multi-stakeholder engagement and policy dialogue for inclusive rural communication services: the need for evidence Sala 303 AMario Acunzo No information Barahona 2.2 Perspectives of anticipation, reflexivity, inclusion and responsiveness to study the sustainability and impact of communicative interventions – Lessons learned from a global collaborative study Sala 303 ALoes Witteveen Policy options for rural communication services: Latin American perspective. Sala 303 AFrancesco Maniglio Correcting market failure in the Canadian news industry Barahona 4.3Amanda Oye Digital Terrestrial Television in Mexico City. An opportunity for universal access? Barahona 4.3César Bárcenas Curtis Info-Show In European Television: The Industry Lab For Engagament With The Social Audience Barahona 4.3Rosa Franquet Calvet Public Service of Media-- Ombudsperson services and media observatories: approaches and diversities in Brazil-- Portugal-- and Argentina Barahona 4.3Fernando Oliveira Paulino Madalena Oliveira Jairo Faria Social television and information: Public and commercial strategies in Europe Barahona 4.3Matilde Delgado Reina Celina Navarro Bosch Pau Lluis Gumiel Elisa Paz Perez Not just your average cartoon - 'Mainzelmännchen' as agents of conservative TV propaganda Sala 304 AHolger Briel The gamification of Australian racism and anti-racist gaming. Sala 304 ARobbie Fordyce Timothy Neale Thomas Apperley Zombies 'Made in Brazil': practices of representation of the undead from popular culture to the media culture Sala 304 AAnderson Lopes da Silva Capitalism and Media without Democracy: The unexceptional case of ‘Arab Exceptionalism’ Salon P. ObregónGholam Khiabany Latin American Media (Communication) Systems: Democratic hindrance or vector? Salon P. ObregónRodrigo Gomez Mediatized Populisms: Illiberal Futures from the Rest of the World Salon P. ObregónPaula Chakravartty The great media swindle  Salon P. ObregónNatalie Fenton Des Freedman Influences of Opinion Contexts on Opinion Expression Sala 201Ka Ho Lee Trump-Clinton tweets and its effects on public and media perceptions in the 2016 U.S Presidential Campaigns. Sala 201Juma Kasadha Voting with their heads and their hearts: The EU referendum through letters to the editor Sala 201Iñaki Garcia-Blanco Lucy Bennett Young People-- Public Space and Active Citizenship: What Current Social and Political Conflictivity Do They Perceive? Sala 201Dimitrina Jivkova Semova Eva Aladro Vico Film Incendies…Light Stories and Humanity: Experiences of dialogue with women in Bolivia Barahona 1.2Patricia Elizabeth Cortés Shifting perspectives in the representation of colonial missionaries in documentary films Barahona 1.2Elizabeth Lieza Louw 'Queer Eyes': Locating The 'Gaze' In The Visual Narratives Of Queer Cinema Sala 304 BRavikant Kisana Banditism as gender issue: the romantic outcast played by woman in Latin American cultural imaginary Sala 304 BLuiza Lusvarghi Women (and men) in the streets: Visual framing of the Women's March in U.S. newspapers Sala 304 BSusan Keith

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Disclosure of medicines: the focus of media on reverse policy and society behavior Sala 302 AFabiana Campos Franco Satina Priscila Marcondes Pimienta Mello Igor Nascimento dos Santos ACICOM Getsemaní Auditorium Articulating Fear: Politics, morality and illegal fans of cult conspiracy drama Utopia Sala 301Jose Luis Urueta Panel: Audiences in Context: A Dynamics of Fear in Contemporary Culture Sala 301Annette Hill Renarrativising Fear: Transnational audiences and documentary engagement with The Act of Killing and The Look of Silence Sala 301Annette Hill Stranger Things: Audience engagement with narrative, memory and trauma in popular drama Sala 301Jane Roscoe Syrian Refugee Children, Screen-Media and the Political Economy of Fear Sala 301Tarik Sabry The Securitization of Islam in Britain and the politics of fear. Sala 301Roza Tsagarousianou Business meeting Barahona 3 Las políticas de apoyo al euskera en el sistema cinematográfico del País Vasco Pegasos 2Maria Jose Deogracias Patxi Azpillaga Beatriz Zabalondo Lengua de Señas Mexicana (LSM) y video en redes sociales digitales: apropiación tecnológica de la comunidad sorda en México Pegasos 2Julieta Cuevas Parra Media Diversity Policies in Europe in light of transforming media systems Pegasos 2Dirk Arnold Whose Voices? How media policy shapes minority language radio in Taiwan. Pegasos 2Ya-Chi Chen An Ethnographic Case Study of Instagram: A Picture of the Digital Divide. Secretaría GeneralLawrence Wood Digital Inclusion or Divide? The Case of Ghana's Health Sector Secretaría GeneralBetty B.B Ackah Going beyond the Cartesian Split: Understanding the Internet of Things with Extended Mind Thesis Secretaría GeneralMonica Zhongxuan Da Media nets of communities for the national and cultural identity Secretaría GeneralSergey Grigorievich Korkonosenko Marina A. Berezhnaia Resignified Journalism and the future of media organizations: sociocultural transformations on management of contents at the age of the screens Secretaría GeneralIsadora Ortiz de Camargo The rise of the Digital capital and its relation with the third level of the Digital Divide Secretaría GeneralMassimo Ragnedda Friending Ferment: Greek-American with Ottoman Origins on Facebook Barahona 4.2Denise Matthews George Topalidis Social media and diasporic discourse: how the Internet encourages cultural resistance of Mexicans living in Barcelona-- Spain. Barahona 4.2David Ramírez Plascencia Tuning into the soundtrack of daily life: How a polymedia environment has enabled older members of the Irish diaspora in Melbourne to immerse themselves in the everyday rhythms of life in their homeland Barahona 4.2Glenda Ballantyne Influences on South African and Chinese journalists covering China’s human rights and sustainable development record Sala 301 BWillemien Calitz Privacy at the Blurring Boundaries of Work. Sala 301 BOpe Akanbi The Haunted Dispansion: Ghost Protests and Activism in the Digital Era Sala 301 BChris Raftery Stephanie Scott Rosa Mikeal Martey Yes to Workers-- Maybe to Labor: Representations of Labor in the LA Free Press Sala 301 BJohn Remensperger Discursos sobre el Decrecimiento: Un análisis comparativo de las organizaciones Akatu e Adbuster. Barahona 2.3Camila Pereira Morales El declive del héroe y el ascenso de las sombras. Problemáticas éticas de la transformación del héroe contemporáneo Barahona 2.3Carlos Mario Berrío Meneses El periodismo cultural como discurso para repensar la política. Barahona 2.3Lorena Rocío Arvizu Poder, política y ética Barahona 2.3Leonardo Francisco Figueiras Prensa, poder y ética en México en los tiempos de Peña Nieto: el caso de Carmen Aristegui-MVS (2014-2015) Barahona 2.3Hugo Luis Sànchez Construyendo madres: representaciones de género y melodrama televisivo en el Perú en el siglo XXI. Estudio de tres casos Sala 303 BGiuliana Cassano Female Movie Viewers’ Processing of Contravening Beauty Ideals In Movie Drama in Cuba and Mexico and Their Body Esteem. Barahona 1.1Pierre Wilhelm Lazaro Dibut Toledo Imágenes de la mujer y visiones de mundo en la telenovela. Caso voltea pa` que te enamores Sala 303 BVerónica Sandra Fuenmayor Contreras Las trabajadoras sexuales de Milagro (Ecuador) y su mirada crítica del discurso mediático hacia ellas Sala 303 BAna Belén Puñal Rama Ana Tamarit Rodríguez Juan Carlos Cevallos Lozano Living single-- watching single: Black women’s interpretations of single Black women in Black oriented relationship media Barahona 1.1Jessica Moorman Regulación y autorregulación con perspectiva de género en México: retos y posibilidades del nuevo marco normativo Sala 303 BClaudia Ivette Pedraza Bucio Si Malakas ay Si Maganda: Feminist Interpretations of Western TV Shows by Young Filipina Women Barahona 1.1Ivy Grace Cachola Espejo Eliza-Anne Beatrice Sison Dazo Janna Paula Geron Nadine Janessa Buñao Pamela Renee Reyes Social Media Discussion About Gender Representation on European TV Talk Shows Barahona 1.1Óscar Coromina Matilde Delgado Elisa Paz The discourse of new communalism in Mexico and its contribution for building a communication society Critical Analysis of Aprender a escuchar. Enseñanzas maya-tojolabales by Carlos Lenkersdorf. Sala 303 BMaría Guadalupe Trejo Estrada No information Salón Arsenal No information Salón Arsenal No information Salón Arsenal No information Salón Arsenal No information Salón Arsenal No information Salón Arsenal No information Salón Arsenal No information Salón Arsenal Cinema at the hospital: an analysis at the University Hospital of Rio de Janeiro Sala 302 ATatiane Mendes Pinto Diffusion-- Convergence and Influence of Pharmaceutical Innovations: A Comparative Study on China and U.S. Patents Sala 302 AQiaolei Jiang Chunjuan Luan Repertoires of media criticism and praise and their connections to biocommunicability: an interview study with mental health consumers advocates and professionals Sala 302 AKate Holland 11 Years of mobile journalism in Spain C. CaballeroAlba Silva-Rodríguez Xosé López-García A comparative history of the first two decades of online journalism in Spain and Portugal C. CaballeroMoisés Limia Access to archived news content: Estonian case C. CaballeroHalliki Harro-Loit Don’t read that book! – moral panics and social fears from Gutenberg to the Digital C. CaballeroCarla Ganit Cátia Ferreira New Territories for Digital Citizenship? The Civic Identity of the First Civic Hackers in South Korea C. CaballeroDanbi Yoo China's Mediated Soft Power Strategies in Kenya and South Africa. An Audience Perspective. Sala 101Herman Wasserman Dani Madrid Morales Cine, Lenguas No Hegemónicas e Identidad: Subtitulado y Nuevos Territorios para la Diversidad Sala 101Margarita Ledo Andión Silvia Roca-Baamonde María Soliña Barreiro-González Don Camilo's international travel: Applying the cultural transduction framework Sala 101Hernán David Espinosa-Medina Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed News Agencies of the Global South: preliminary findings of an ongoing survey Sala 101Pedro Aguilar Audience participation in Spanish news programs between 2010 and 2016: Sobering up after the digital enthusiasm C. DamasIgnacio Bergillos Rosa Franquet News Media Plurality by means of International Cooperation: The case of ´Voces´ in El Salvador C. DamasJairo Alfonso Lugo-Ocando Silvia Salar Olmedo Sources in the news as agents of legitimation C. DamasAngeliki Boubouka • Vaia Doudaki The Centrality of TV News in the Convergent Media Environment: rethinking how the links between production and reception assign meanings to the 2016 Olympic Games C. DamasBeatriz Becker Leal Machado Igor Waltz Joana Tassinari Unintentional journalism’ and advocacy in the Pacific: blurring the boundaries or a niu approach to reporting global news? C. DamasHannah Spyksma Best-sellers of Young Reading: appropiation and communicative practices concerning written popular fiction Pegasos 1Nestor David Polo Media and Education in regard to Young Refugees in Germany – Results of a Qualitative Study with Young Refugees and Social Workers Pegasos 1Henrike Friedrichs-Liesenkötter Towards Participatory Media Education Praxis: The DiverCity Web Archive Pegasos 1Kizhavana Jaysankar Transmedia skills: differences and inequalities in the Colombian context Pegasos 1Carlos Barreneche Eduardo Gutiérrez -¿Cómo ocupar una escuela? Yo busco en internet!”: la política participativa en ocupaciones de escuelas públicas en Brasil Barahona 2.2Richard Romancini Fernanda Castilho El discurso audiovisual participativo como herramienta metodológica de investigación para comunidades transmigrantes. Sala 303 AMaría José Hernández Movimientos socio-comunicacionales y nuevas configuraciones mediáticas en América Latina. Barahona 2.2Alberto Efendy Maldonado No todo lo que brilla es oro: Resistencias comunicativas al proyecto minero La Colosa. Análisis de las construcciones de sentido y hegemonías elaboradas por organizaciones sociales y campesinas en Cajamarca... Barahona 2.2Diego Alberto Polo Representations of leadership and community: A visual rhetoric analysis of the Mont-Pelerin and Geneva negations on the Cyprus problem Sala 303 AAysu Arsoy The Black Circle : Making Video with Communities for Social Change Sala 303 APauline Anastasiou Una comunicación para la Transformación. La experiencia de comunicación popular audiovisual en los Montes de Maria. Sala 303 ACecilia Viviana Ceraso Una experiencia de comunicación entre comunidades en resistencia: Pahuatlán-- Puebla en defensa de la vida y el territorio. Barahona 2.2Mariana Jiménez López Video participativo como herramienta metodólogica para el estudio de expresiones de identidad juvenil: la experiencia en un centro comunitario Sala 303 AChristopher Eduardo Herrera Guerrero Lord Buddha TV in the paradigm of Popular Culture. Sala 304 AShivdas Yuvaraj Thorat Septimazo Sala 304 ALaura Marcela Cardona Writing the 'wrong': women's visual protests over the surfaces of London and Mexico City Sala 304 ALaura Guimaraes Correa “Mentalidad televisiva”- patterns and particularities of song lyrics dedicated to television in Chile Sala 304 ASebastián Alaniz Media concentration in Latin America: Towards a new scenario with digitization and convergence? Salon P. ObregónGuillermo Mastrini Moving hegemony in the Mexican television scene? Salon P. ObregónEnrique E. Sanchez-Ruiz Transformation in Latin American Television Salon P. ObregónJohn Graham Sinclair Who is the Public? National Public Radio and the Ideal Latino Listener Salon P. ObregónChristopher Anthony Chavez -PANEL:- Social Media versus Mainstream Media: Analyses of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election Sala 201 Accounting for the Unaccountable: Alternative Agenda and othe Peripheral Factors in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election Campaign Sala 201Imafidon Olaye Traditional and Social Media Coverage of the U.S. 2016 Presidential Election Campaign in the Middle East Sala 201May Abdallah What happens to dance step when the music changes Sala 201Bernard Emenyeonu Media Activism in Religious Groups of Facebook in Brazil: Abadiânia-- Irmãos Verdadeiros and Amor a Nossa Senhora Aparecida e à Igreja Católica. Barahona 1.2Letícia Monteiro Rocha Greicy Mara França Eduardo Perotto Biagi Angela Eveline Werdemberg dos Santos Relations of the Muslim community of the Abou Bakr AlSiddiq mosque in Bogotá with the non-Muslim population of its surroundings-. Barahona 1.2Carlos Novoa Pinzón The Era of Free Social Media and One-Way Flow of Information (A case study on Paris Attack and Participation of Muslims and Non-Muslims on Facebook) Barahona 1.2sajida awais The Sea without Faithful Waters: Youth researchers views outside the classroom about conflicts of religious tourism in Canindé city. Barahona 1.2Fernando N Cavalcante The Ethics of Immersion-- a discussion about ethical questions in Immersive Journalism Sala 304 BAndre Fagundes Pase Eduardo Campos Pellanda Toward Transformative Visual Ethics: New Worlds + New Ways of Seeing = New Ways of Knowing Sala 304 BJulianne H. Newton

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