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Tuesday, April 8 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
BEA2014 Faculty and Student Research-in-Progress

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Student Research-in-Progress
Adeniyi W. K. Bello, Texas Tech University; Community Radio in Africa: Catalyst or Enabler

Angelita Faller, Ohio University; An Exploratory Study of the Determinants of Internet Addiction

Donna Guidry, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Lucian F. Dinu, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; David Kobetz, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; e positive online consumer reviews beneficial? Effects of review valence on perceived authenticity, site and brand attitudes, and purchase intentions

Jason Anthony Cain, University of Florida; Bonding Online: The Role of Bonding Social Capital in Social Network Site Use

Christine Eschenfelder, University of Florida; College curriculum in broadcast journalism programs: Is work-life balance part of the lesson and should it be?

Lindsey Erin Blumell, Texas Tech University; Exploring Benghazi: Where the 2012 U.S. Compound Attacks Place in International News Reporting

Alexandra M. Merceron, University of Connecticut; Exploring the Uses, Gratifications & Effects of Social TV Viewing

Lori Lawrence, University of South Carolina; Factors of Success in American Films

Priyanka Khandelwal, Texas Tech; Erik P Bucy, Texas Tech University; Graphication of the evening news: Evidence from two decades of presidential campaign coverage

Arijit Basu, Texas Tech University; Mash-up Advertising: Its potential, effects, and relevance in the 21st century as a viable advertising tool for advertising campaigns

Coral Rae, University of Alabama; Andrew Billings, University of Alabama; Perceptions of Teen Pregnancy: The Impact of MTV’s 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom

Dunja Antunovic, Penn State University; Patrick Parsons, Pennsylvania State University; Tanner R Cooke, The Pennsylvania State University; Read, Watch, and Click: A Generational Analysis of Routine News Media Repertoires

Zijian Gong, Texas Tech University; Redefining Rational and Emotional Advertising Appeals as Available Processing Resources: Toward an Information Processing Perspective

Miles Romney, Arizona State University; Rich Johnson, Arizona State University; Setting the Agenda Through Hybird Messages: A Study of SportsCenter and Fox Sports Live

Nathian Shae Rodriguez, Texas Tech University; Texas Country: A Tale of A Successful Nice in the Tall City

Shaohai Jiang, Texas A&M University; The effects of extraversion and bridging social capital on opinion expression in Sina Weibo

Jennifer Green, Texas Tech University; Ann Rodriguez, Texas Tech University; Coy Callison, Texas Tech University; The Effects of Media Multitasking on Memory for TV Program Content and Advertisements

Ying Xu, Bowling Green State University; Louisa Ha, Bowling Green State University; *\Xiao Hu, Bowling Green State University; he Study on Lurkers of Facebook Fan Pages

Jessica E Wendorf, University of Miami; Fan Yang, University of Miami; Use of Facebook to Mitigate Negative Feelings

Faculty Research-in-Progress
Kelly Davis, Appalachian State University; A fantasy theme analysis of Downton Abbey, season one

Rebecca Taylor, Siena College; Breaking News in 140 Characters: An Analysis of Twitter’s Impact and Legal Liability in National News Coverage

Mark C. Lashley, La Salle University; Renovating, Spoofing, Shattering the Talk Show Form: Late Night Talkers in the Post-Television Era

Marilyn Terzic, UQAM; Rethinking regulation: The Netflix effect and the Canadian broadcasting system

William Evans, University of Alabama; Sensationalism in Electronic News Explicated and Considered in its Bio-Cultural Context

Curtis Blaine Matthews, Kansas State University; Wes Wise, Kansas State University; The relationship of character portrayals in advertising stereotypes

Sadaf Rashid` Ali, Eastern Michigan University; Shahira Fahmy, University of Arizona; Visualizing victims of disaster: A comparison of Associated Press images of Hurricane Katrina and Pakistan

Tuesday April 8, 2014 1:15pm - 2:30pm
BEA Exhibit Hall

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