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Monday, April 7 • 10:00am - 11:15am
BEA2014 Scholar-to-Scholar Poster Session

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Visit this year's poster session in the exhibit hall and be prepared to vote and interact with the presentations.

Curriculum, Assessment and Administration Paper Competition
Bob Kalwinsky, Middle Tennessee State University; Jan Quarles, Middle Tennessee State University; Deans and Chairs of ACEJMC-Accredited Colleges and Schools: A Demographic and Qualitative Analysis

Nick Taylor, University of Texas Pan American; The Search For Innovative Ideas: How To Save
Today's Mass Communication Department

Documentary Paper Competition
John McHale; Illinois State University; The Recursive Documentary Writing Process: The Case of Pontiac’s Rebellion         

Daniel Labbato; SUNY - New Paltz; Reading Identity in Everyday Images               

International Paper Competition
Shuhua Zhou, University of Alabama; Fei Qiao, University of Alabama; Hongzhong Zhang, Beijing Normal University; Yang Lin, Xi'an Jiaotong University; Declining Credibility? A Comparison Study of Perceived Media Credibility in China

Eungjun Min, Rhode Island College; Hollywood Dream of Korean Entertainment Industry (Hallyu: Korean Wave) and Its Textual Significance

Qingqing Hu, Arizona State University; Re-Construction of Wu Xia Culture On Screen: A study of China's Jinyong TV Serials               

Abdul-Karim Ziani, University of Bahrain; Shahira Fahmy, University of Arizona; Mokhtar Elareshi, University of Tripoli; Young Bahrainis’ Use of and Perception of Satellite TV News Services

Interactive Media and Emerging Technologies Paper Competition
Ed Youngblood, Auburn University; Robert Galvez, Rhode Island College; E-government in Rhode Island: What effects do templates have on usability, accessibility, and mobile readiness?

L. Meghan Mahoney, West Chester University of Pennsylvania; Bessie Lawton, West Chester University of Pennsylvania; Lukas Pelliccio, Denver University; Social Media Health Communication: A Cross-Cultural Investigation on the Motivations and Challenges of Using Participatory Technology to Communicate with Patients

Jonathon K. Frost, Auburn University; Online Religion and Religion Online: Reform Judaism and Web-based Communication

Hyungmin Kim, Temple University; Mobile Technology and Popular Mobile Games

Management, Marketing and Programming Paper Competition
Carol Ames, California State University, Fullerton; The Audience-Hyphenate Spiral: A Theory of the Expanding Influence of the Audience in Entertainment  

Patrick John Kirnan, Syracuse University; Split-Season Scheduling: Does it Increase the Number of Viewers?        

Multicultural Studies Paper Competition
Avriel C. Epps, University of California, Los Angeles and Travis Dixon, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); (Un)Conscious Rhymes & Choice Online: A Comparative Content Analysis of Anti- and Pro-social Rap Lyrical Themes Found on Traditional and New Media Outlets

Jennifer Woodard, Middle Tennessee State University; Race, Gender and Class Online: The Web as Digital Divide and Digital Bridge

Eungjun Min; Rhode Island College; Racial and Class Disparities Between Black and Korean: Another American Tragedy and Dream

Imani M. Cheers, The George Washington University; Social Media as a Marketing Tool: African American Women Watching "Scandal"

Jodi L. Rightler-McDaniels, University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Catherine Luther, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; White People Wednesday: A Forum for Resisting or Consenting?

News Paper Competition
Serena Carpenter; Michigan State University; Anne Hoag; Penn State University; Augie Grant; University of South Carolina; Convergence or Divergence? An Examination of Print and Broadcast Individuals’ Personality Traits

Christine Eschenfelder; University of Florida; Nataliya Dmytrochenko; University of Florida; First Impressions: How Women Working in their First Television News Jobs Experience the Demands of the Industry

Shuhua Zhou; University of Alabama; Bin Shen; University of Alabama; Hongzhong Zhang; Beijing Normal University; Yang Lin; Xi'an Jiaotong University; Comparison & Magnitude Credibility: Whom to Trust When Reports Are Conflicting?

Soo Jung Moon; University of West Georgia; Enhancing Predictability of Vote Choice: Effects of Issue Salience of TV News on the Proximity and Directional Models



 


Monday April 7, 2014 10:00am - 11:15am
BEA Exhibit Hall

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