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College of Media faculty and students participate in ICA Conference

6/17/2013  8:00 am

A number of College of Media faculty and graduate students are participating this week in the International Communications Association (ICA) Annual Conference.


Communication Science: Evolution, Biology, and Brains: Innovation in Theory and Methods

Music, Morality, Mind: Voices From Jamaica’s Music Community, Ethical Universals, and Neuroscience Intersect

Vernita Pearl Fort


Young Scholars’ Roundtable: Visual Narrative

Visual Communication Studies

Mediation of the Crisis in America: Hollywood’s Pendulum Between Individualism and Evil Corporations

Ergin Bulut


Race and Ethnicity in Communication: Two Sides of the Same Coin or Separate Concepts for Scholarly Discussion?

Ethnicity and Race in Communication Roundtable Proposal

Ethnicity and Race: Central Issues in the Contemporary Global Moment.

Angharad N. Valdivia


Rethinking Media Theory for the Post-Mass Media Era

Philosophy, Theory and Critique Panel

Toward a Critical Refrigerator Studies

James Hay


Deconstructing Discourses of Class, Diaspora, and Authorship in an Era of Globalization

Global Communication and Social Change Paper Session

The "Affordable Fashion" Discourse in TV Advertisements During Economic Hardship: An Analysis of UNIQLO in Taiwan

Wei-Fen Chen


Feminist Media Studies Editorial Board Meeting

Isabel Molina-Guzman


Korean American Communication Association (KACA) State of Art Research Panel

Examining Perceptions of Climate Change Among South Koreans: An Image-Based Qualitative Investigation

Brittany R. L. Duff


Pre-Industrial Limits of Paper Manufacturing and Their Impact on Print Culture: Historical Parallels With the Spectrum Scarcity Debate

Communication History Panel

John Nerone


It's Not Easy Being Green: Hopping Along With Environmental Advertising and Consumerism

Environmental Communication Paper Session

How the Effectiveness of Environmental Advertising is Influenced by Mood-Message Regulatory Frame Interactions

Brittany R. L. Duff


Cultural Approaches to Understanding Journalism

Journalism Studies Paper Session

Journalism History in Popular Culture

Matthew Ehrlich


Game Industry in Local and Transnational Space

Popular Communication Panel

Production of the Micro-Urban Space: Understanding Spatial Dynamics in the Gaming Industry

Ergin Bulut


Mentoring: Up, Down and Around

Feminist Scholarship Roundtable Proposal

Angharad N. Valdivia


Free Speech, Content Regulation, and the State

Communication Law & Policy Paper Session

Noncommercial Mechanisms in North American Media Regulation: Institutional Reception of Al Jazeera English

Ian Kivelin Davis