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College of Media faculty and students participate in AEJMC Conference

7/15/2013  8:00 am

The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) is a nonprofit, educational association of journalism and mass communication educators, students and media professionals. The annual conference, held this year in Washington, D.C. will feature a number of papers and discussion with College of Media professors and students.


Advertising Division

Teaching Workshop Session: The World of Advertising: What State Are We Really In?

Moderating/Presiding: Jan Slater


Refereed Paper Research Session: Playing with Your Food

Chang Dae Ham, Gunwoo Yoon and Michelle Nelson

Food Advergames Targeting Children: Brand Exposure Context, Nutritional Content, and Ad Breaks

Discussant: Brittany Duff


Newspaper and Online News Division

Topic — Social Media and Journalistic Routines

Discussant: Eric Meyer


Understanding and Overcoming Stigma through Communication

Are Alternative Farmers Yielding Success with Online Communication Tools for Their Social Capital and Business Viability

Katie Abrams


Advertising Creativity and Applications

A Different Approach to an Old Problem: A Qualitative Study on the Role of Analytical and Experiential Processing on Consumers’ Interpretation of Organic

Sela Sar


Wonder Women, Super Kids, and High School Students?

Selling or Selling Out?: An Analysis of Children’s Snack Packages and Implications for Advertising Practitioners and Educators

John Wirtz, Regina Ahn, Gina Song, and Zongyuan Wang


Entertainment Studies Interest Group and History Division

PF&R Panel Session: The Image of the Washington Political Journalist in Popular Culture

Broadway Takes on “The Columnist”: A Case Study with Joseph Alsop

Matthew C. Ehrlich


International Communication Division

Topic — Framing: How Journalists See the World

Visual Communication Division

Dichotomous Nature of Preference for Visual Complexity

Zongyuan Wang and Brittany Duff, and Jen Moss


Promoting Places: Schema Complexity and Valence Elicited by Country

Logos for Tourism

Sela Sar


Religion and Media and Entertainment Studies Interest Groups

PF&R Panel Session: Media as Cultural or Popular Religion

Brands as Religion

Jan Slater


AEJMC Council of Affiliates (Associated Collegiate Press) and Law and Policy Division

PF&R Panel Session: Student Media, J-School Newsrooms and Class Publications:

Can They Coexist?

Panelists: Brant Houston 


Religion and Media Interest Group

Topic — Religious Communication in the Public Sphere: Practical Applications and Theoretical Explorations

Discussant: John G. Wirtz


Media Ethics Division

PF&R Panel Session: Non-Western Approaches for Analyzing Ethical Dilemmas in Participatory Journalism, Popular Culture and Social Media

Respondent: Cliff Christians


Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication Arizona State University

Panel Session: Preparing Your Students for a World of Disability

Panelists: Leon Dash


International Communication Division

National Media Environments: Culture, Practices & Limitations

Euros over Citizens: The Dutch Press’s Narrow Conception of Democracy

Tabe Bergman


Strategic & Political Communication in the International Environment

Mass Communication and Society Division

Measuring News Media Literacy

Stephanie Craft