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Bergés Saura, L., 15M, Indignados, #spanishrevolution: counter hegemonic communication experiences to face the crisis is Spain, Political Economy Section session: Communications practices, experiences and struggles of social movements: Indignados, #OWS and #YoSoy132. Slot Code: PEF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG21 Abstract
Bernhard, U., M. Dohle, K. Mueller, and G. Vowe, Examining political online participation as a consequence of presumed media influences, Political Communication Research Section session: PANEL: Political online communication: Contents, perceptions and effects on individuals and organizations. Slot Code: POLT1b, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG18 Abstract
Bernstein, A., Is it (finally now) time for a victory lap? – gender, media and sport revisited, Media and Sport Section session: Time for a victory lap? - Gender, Media and Sport. Slot Code: SPOF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG09 Abstract
Bernstein, A., SESSION CHAIR: "Publishing on Media and Sport (Roundtable Discussion Panel)", Media and Sport Section session: Publishing on Media and Sport (Roundtable Discussion Panel). Slot Code: SPOT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG09
Berry, M., and G. Philo, The impact of the mass media on public understanding and attitudes to the financial crisis., Crisis Communication Working Group session: Financial Crisis and Communication. Slot Code: CRIT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG17 Abstract
Bharthur, S., Responses to Global Power and Communication Orders: BRICS and India’s domestic and comparative response in the Information and Communication sector, International Communication Section session: BRICS as a new global communication order. Slot Code: INCW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in CG86
Bharthur, S., Panel: BRICS as new global communication order Paper: Responses to Global Power and Communication Orders: BRICS and India’s domestic and comparative response in the Information and Communication sector, International Communication Section session: BRICS as a new global communication order. Slot Code: INCW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in CG86 Abstract
Bharthur, S., Journalism Education & BRICS: Issues and Challenges for Comparative Assessment, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Creative Skills vs. Creative Destruction of Journalism Education Theme V: Generic Studies of Journalism. Slot Code: JRE T3c, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG05 Abstract
Bicacro, J., Odes to a lazy body: Delay and stasis as backlashes to acceleration, Visual Culture Working Group session: Globalization and World visual order. Slot Code: VISF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in Helix - The Gallery Abstract
Bierman, R., and A. Leurdijk, Challenges, opportunities for PSM and how to be indispensable in 2020?, Public Service Media Policies Working Group session: DOUBLE EBU PANEL SESSION (II). Public Service Media: How To Be Indispensable in 2020?. Slot Code: PSMW3a, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG15
Birkner, T., and P. H. Ramos, The Iberian Zollverein. The Spanish newspapers and their support to a customs union in Spain and Portugal (1845-1860), History Section session: Media representations and reconstructions of historical crises and conflicts. Slot Code: HISW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in Helix - The Studio Abstract
Bjerke, P., and B. K. Fonn, The Hidden Theory in Financial Cricis Journalism. The Case of Norway, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Narratives, Communities and Conflicts in Transforming Environment Theme IV: Methods for Quantifying Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE F1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG23 Abstract
Blake, S., and J. Shtern, Free access, free labour: user perspectives on their role in creating social media advertising markets, Emerging Scholars Network Section session: Information Economy. Slot Code: ESNW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG07 Abstract
Blöbaum, B., Trust in Journalism in a Digital World, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Surveying Journalism in an Evolving World Theme V: Generic Studies of Journalism. Slot Code: JRE T1c, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG05 Abstract
Blondheim, M., The Jewish Communication Tradition and its Encounters with (the) New Media, Media, Religion and Culture Working Group session: Religious Organisations and the Digital Age. Slot Code: MRCW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in QG02 Abstract
Blondheim, M., and E. Segev, Is America’s Global Power in Decline? International Online News as a Diagnostic for the Short-term Trajectory, International Communication Section session: Comparative and transnational studies of media globalization/localization. Slot Code: INCT3b, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in C123 Abstract
Bodrunova, S. S., The rise of nation-wide mediated public counter-spheres in times of crisis: cases of Italy and Russia, Political Communication Research Section session: Mediatization of politics, scandals and corruption media. Slot Code: POLT3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG22 Abstract
Boesman, J., Gatekeeping, News Values and Framing in an Era of Journalistic Change: The Case of the Flemish Press, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Journalism in a Changing Profession Theme III: Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE F4b, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG10 Abstract
Bognar, E., L. Dencik, and P. Wilkin, Social media, virtual politics and inclusion – the Case of Hungary’s ‘Milla’ group, Community Communication Section session: Social Movements and Online Activism. Slot Code: CoCW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in Q122 Abstract
Boller, E., Visual War Frames - How was the war in Libya presented in TV news?, Crisis Communication Working Group session: War, Terrorism, Conflicts and Crisis Communication I. Slot Code: CRIW2a, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in HG17 Abstract
Bosch, T. E., Social media and community journalism in South Africa, Communication Policy and Technology session: User-citizen involvement in media platforms. Slot Code: CPTS3b, on Sat 29 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q121 Abstract
Botma, G. J., Raise the red lantern: Global mediated popular culture in the Chinese empire, International Communication Section session: Soft power and the changing geopolitics. Slot Code: INCW3b, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in C123 Abstract
Bourk, M., and R. E. Gutsche Jr, News-Masking: A Theoretical Perspective on the Rituals and Artifacts of News During Crisis, Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and Society Section session: Making news in crisis and risk situations. Slot Code: MCPW3a, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in CG12 Abstract
Bourret, C., and K. Fraoua, Religions, lobbies, media, standards and societal changes: the example of "marriage for all" in France, Media, Religion and Culture Working Group session: Media agenda setting and the public sphere. Slot Code: MRCT1a, on Thurs 27 June at 9:00-10:30 in Q205 Abstract
Bowe, B. J., F. Allard-Huver, and E. Candel, Reading Authority: The Oklahoma Sharia Amendment and the Framing of a Muslim Threat, Media, Religion and Culture Working Group session: Clash of Cultures: A case study in Islam and the West. Slot Code: MRCS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in QG02 Abstract
Braeuer, M., and J. Wolling, Representatives of the public? Members of civic protest groups vs. party members, Political Communication Research Section session: Political entertainment. Slot Code: POLT4a, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in HG22 Abstract
Braman, S., Laying the Path: Foundational Policy-Making by Internet Designers, Communication Policy and Technology session: Internet Design and Practice. Slot Code: CPTF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in QG13 Abstract
Braman, S., SESSION MODERATOR & DISCUSSANT: "Law/CPT joint session: Transparency and Corruption", Law Section with Communication Policy and Technology session: Law/CPT joint session: Transparency and Corruption. Slot Code: LAWW3A, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in C167
Braman, S., Policy Consequences of the WikiLeaks Moment: Locating the Legal Subject, Law Section with Communication Policy and Technology Section session: Rights of the Individual. Slot Code: LAWT1a, on Wed 26 June at 9:00-10:30 in C167 Abstract
Braman, S., CHAIR: Law Section Business Meeting, Law Section session: Law Section Business Meeting. Slot Code: Business Meeting, on Fri 28 June at 12:30-14:00 in Place to be determined. We will convene over lunch.
Braman, S., and R. T. Huesca, Special Session with Sandra Braman and Robert Huesca: “How Do We Know if This Is Success or Not?”, Emerging Scholars Network Section session: Special Session with Sandra Braman and Robert Huesca: “How Do We Know if This Is Success or Not?”. Slot Code: ESNF3a, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG07
Brantner, C., K. Förster, O. Gruber, P. Herczeg, K. Kleinen-von Königslöw, K. Lobinger, and A. Wonneberger, “We are Nobel Prize!“ European Online Newspapers’ Coverage and Framing of the EU Identity in the Debate on the Nobel Peace Prize, Political Communication Research Section session: Politics and media interplays. Slot Code: POLS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG22 Abstract
Breen, M. J., Critical Community Informatics: Social Placemaking using ICTs in Residential Developments, Community Communication Section session: Internet Use, Marginalized Communities and Democratic Engagement. Slot Code: CoCW3b, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in Q219 Abstract
Breen, M. J., SESSION CHAIR: "Tactical Media, Art, and Creative Protest", Community Communication Section session: Tactical Media, Art, and Creative Protest. Slot Code: CoCT4b, on Thurs 27 June at 16:00-17:30 in Q219
Breen, M. J., Australian Cultural Digital Facilitation - Policy Intervention, Political Economy Section session: Media Reform around the World. Slot Code: PET3a, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG21 Abstract
Brennan, N. P., Melodrama, Modernity, and the Brazilian Television Mini-series, Popular Culture Working Group session: Fashioning Subjects. Slot Code: POPS1a, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in Q217 Abstract
Brereton, P., Scoping Audience Studies in Eco-Cinema Research, Environment, Science, and Risk Communication Working Group session: Environmental Sustainability and Crises in Ireland: Performing Public Participation or Public Acceptance?. Slot Code: ENVW4a, on Wed 26 June at 16:00-17:30 in Helix Blue Room Abstract
Brereton, P., J. B. Foster, and R. Maxwell, Plenary No. 2: A ‘Three-Legged Stool’ ? Environmental & Economic Crises and the Strategic Implications for the Role, Content and Practices of Mediated Communication, Plenary session: A ‘Three-Legged Stool’ ? Environmental & Economic Crises and the Strategic Implications for the Role, Content and Practices of Mediated Communication. Slot Code: Plenary Session, on Thurs 27 June at 11:00-12:30 in Mahony Hall, the Helix building [ also relayed to The Theatre, the Helix ]
Brereton, P., SESSION CHAIR & DISCUSSANT: "Interactive Audiences", Audience Section session: Interactive Audiences. Slot Code: AUDW2b, on Wed 26 June at 11:00-12:30 in HG19
Brereton, P., P. Kirby, R. Kitchin, R. Flynn, and M. Cronin, Special Session G) From Neoliberal Pin-Up to ‘Austere’ or ‘Failed’ State? Aspects of Crisis, ‘Creative Destruction’ and Austerity in the Republic of Ireland, Special session: From Neoliberal Pin-Up to ‘Austere’ or ‘Failed’ State? Aspects of Crisis, ‘Creative Destruction’ and Austerity in the Republic of Ireland. Slot Code: Special Session, on Fri 28 June at 14:00-15:30 in The Theatre, Helix building
Brewin, M., Media studies and radical orthodoxy, Media, Religion and Culture Working Group session: ‘Media, Religion & Culture’ on Communicating Religiously: Theoretical Explorations - II. Slot Code: MRCS3a, on Sat 29 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG02 Abstract
Brikse, I., R. Tjarve, and V. Freibergs, National identity and media identity constructing: Frame analysis of public service regulation acts in post-Soviet countries, Law Section session: Constructing and Evaluating Policy. Slot Code: LAWF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in C167 Abstract
Brikse, I., and I. Beitika, Determining public value of public broadcasting: case study of Latvia, Public Service Media Policies Working Group session: DOUBLE EBU PANEL SESSION (II). Public Service Media: How To Be Indispensable in 2020?. Slot Code: PSMW3a, on Wed 26 June at 14:00-15:30 in QG15 Abstract
Bromley, M. S., Jim really fixed it: creative destruction and the non-reporting the Savile case in the British press, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Creative Destruction & Media Hostility: Painful Professional Realities Theme III: Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE S1b, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG10 Abstract
Bromley, M. S., and H. Tumber, A city bathed in light": foreign correspondence, London and the prevalence of the old order, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Foreign correspondents and (re) colonisation in the global news system - new hubs, and new peripheries? Theme I: International Collaborative Research in Journalism Research: New Challenges and Emergent Perspectives. Slot Code: JRE T3b, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG10
Bromley, M. S., C. Archetti, H. Tumber, M. J. Bunce, B. Josephi, and M. P. Walsh, Foreign correspondents and (re)colonisation in the global news system - new hubs, and new peripheries?, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Foreign correspondents and (re)colonisation in the global news system - new hubs, and new peripheries? Theme I: International Collaborative Research in Journalism Research: New Challenges and Emergent Perspectives. Slot Code: JRE T3b, on Thurs 27 June at 14:00-15:30 in HG10 Abstract
Brophy, E., N. Cohen, and G. de Peuter, Cultural Workers Organize: Experiments in Collective Organization in the Creative Economy, Political Economy Section session: Contested Formations of Cultural and Digital Labour. Slot Code: PES1b, on Sat 29 June at 9:00-10:30 in Q218 Abstract
Broughton Micova, S. E., The Aetiology of Draft Media Law Syndrome in South East Europe, Post-Socialist and Post-Authoritarian Communication Working Group session: Journalism cultures and the public sphere. Slot Code: POSF4a, on Fri 28 June at 16:00-17:30 in Q158 Abstract
Broughton Micova, S. E., and D. Tambini, How the British Press Covered its own Crisis, Journalism Research and Education Section session: Narratives, Communities and Conflicts in Transforming Environment Theme IV: Methods for Quantifying Professional Journalism. Slot Code: JRE F1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in HG23 Abstract
de Bruin, M., SESSION CHAIR: "Panel: Health, Culture and State", Communication and HIV/AIDS & Health Communication and Change WGs session: Panel: Health, Culture and State. Slot Code: CHAF1a, on Fri 28 June at 9:00-10:30 in CA124

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