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AEJMC<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy:<br />

AEJMC’s Impact Over 110 Years and Beyond<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication<br />

106th Annual Conference • August 7-10, 2023 • Washington, D.C.<br />

#AEJMC23


DOCUMENTARY SCREENING AND PANEL<br />

Tuesday, August 8, 2023 • 4:30–6 p.m.<br />

Liberty Ballroom Salon M, Meeting Level 4 (M4)<br />

Trustworthy is a documentary that chronicles a 5,300-mile journey across<br />

America to explore the growing crisis of trust in media that threatens<br />

our democracy, and whether we can find common ground. From small<br />

towns and urban enclaves, the Trustworthy team spoke with journalists,<br />

experts and everyday Americans across the political spectrum about<br />

how we got to this critical moment, how we can become better news and<br />

information consumers, and how we can come together to rise above<br />

the misinformation and discourse aimed at dividing our communities.<br />

This documentary is a must-see for everyone who seeks to better<br />

understand our media and help bridge the political divide.<br />

trustworthydoc.com


Association for Education in Journalism<br />

and Mass Communication<br />

106th Annual Conference<br />

Washington, D.C • August 7-10, 2023<br />

Deb Aikat, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hil, AEJMC President<br />

Linda Aldoory, American University, AEJMC President-Elect<br />

Jan Lauren Boyles, Iowa State, AEJMC Council of Divisions Chair<br />

Amanda Caldwell, AEJMC/ASJMC Executive Director<br />

Felicia Greenlee Brown, AEJMC/ASJMC Assistant Director<br />

Cassidy Baird, AEJMC Events Coordinator<br />

AEJMC was founded November 30, 1912, in Chicago, Illinois,<br />

as the American Association of Teachers of Journalism.<br />

Table of Contents<br />

AEJMC Board of Directors 3<br />

AEJMC Elected Standing Committees 6<br />

Sunday Sessions 17<br />

Monday Sessions 35<br />

Tuesday Sessions 83<br />

Wednesday Sessions 133<br />

Thursday Sessions 177<br />

Conference Index 195<br />

AEJMC Past Presidents 176<br />

Award Recipients 221<br />

Advertiser’s Index 237<br />

AEJMC<br />

234 Outlet Pointe Blvd., Suite A<br />

Columbia, South Carolina 29210-5667<br />

office: (803) 798-0271 fax: (803) 772-3509 website: www.AEJMC.org


Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication<br />

234 Outlet Pointe Blvd., Suite A, Columbia, SC 29210-5667<br />

p: 803.798.0271 | f: 803.772.3509<br />

aejmc@aejmc.org | www.AEJMC.org<br />

AEJMC Community: community.aejmc.org<br />

2022–23 AEJMC BOARD OF DIRECTORS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Deb Aikat, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

da@unc.edu<br />

PRESIDENT-ELECT<br />

Linda Aldoory, American University<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Teresa Mastin, Michigan State University<br />

PAST PRESIDENT<br />

Susan Keith, Rutgers University<br />

CHAIR, PROFESSIONAL FREEDOM<br />

& RESPONSIBILITY COMMITTEE<br />

Gabriel Tait, Ball Sate University<br />

CHAIR, RESEARCH COMMITTEE<br />

Melita Garza, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign<br />

CHAIR, TEACHING COMMITTEE<br />

Laura Smith, University of South Carolina<br />

CHAIR, PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE<br />

Shahira S. Fahmy, American University in Cairo<br />

CHAIR, COUNCIL OF DIVISIONS<br />

Jan Lauren Boyles, Iowa State University<br />

VICE CHAIR, COUNCIL OF DIVISIONS<br />

Meredith Clark, Northeastern University<br />

CHAIR, COUNCIL OF AFFILIATES<br />

Karla Gower, Plank Center/Alabama<br />

CHAIR, COMMISSION ON GRADUATE EDUCATION<br />

Patrick R. Johnson, University of Iowa<br />

CHAIR, COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN<br />

Mildred Perreault, East Tennessee State University<br />

CHAIR, COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF MINORITIES<br />

Nathaniel Frederick II, Winthrop University<br />

ASJMC PRESIDENT<br />

Raul Reis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

ASJMC PRESIDENT–ELECT<br />

Johnny Sparks, Ball State University<br />

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR<br />

Amanda Caldwell<br />

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR<br />

Felicia G. Brown<br />

Welcome to Washington, D.C.!<br />

We are honored to have you join us! Welcome to the 106 th annual conference of<br />

AEJMC in Washington, D. C. Our conference venue, Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C.,<br />

is walking distance to media institutions, museums, and monuments.<br />

After three years of pandemic disruptions, AEJMC 2023 is all set to be among the<br />

most valuable platforms to connect with colleagues. We have cherished the<br />

camaraderie and collective wisdom of AEJMC members like you.<br />

AEJMC was founded Nov. 30, 1912, in Chicago, Ill., as the American Association of<br />

Teachers of Journalism. For more than 110 years, AEJMC has thrived as a premier<br />

scholarly organization in our field.<br />

We have collectively contributed to AEJMC’s rise as a collegial, resolutely nonpartisan,<br />

interdisciplinary organization fostering excellence in research, teaching, and<br />

professional freedom, the three pillars of AEJMC.<br />

We, as educators, nurture academic freedom and cherish its impact in our<br />

democracy. Recent social and political developments have imparted greater significance<br />

to our AEJMC 2023 conference theme: Fostering Freedom & Defending Democracy:<br />

AEJMC’s Impact Over 110 Years and Beyond.<br />

Our 2023 AEJMC conference features exciting sessions, informative workshops,<br />

engaging activities, and spirited socials. We have meticulously planned opportunities to<br />

learn from colleagues about our evolving media ecosystem and the echo chamber.<br />

We commend the AEJMC Central Office, our donors, event sponsors, AEJMC’s<br />

Standing Committees, AEJMC leaders in 19 Divisions, eight Interest Groups, and three<br />

Commissions to thoughtfully plan a successful 2023 AEJMC conference. Your creativity<br />

and commitment have helped us thrive.<br />

It is my great honor to serve as your 2022-23 President of AEJMC. Like you, I cherish<br />

the AEJMC summer conference as a convivial congregation with collegial exchange of<br />

ideas and insights for engaged scholarship.<br />

I hope all of us rest, relax, rejoice, and rejuvenate this summer, as we all should.<br />

Cordially,<br />

AEJMC Annual Conference | August 7-10, 2023<br />

Fostering Freedom & Defending Democracy:<br />

AEJMC’s Impact over 110 Years and Beyond<br />

Logo Design by:<br />

Addison Cave, University of Kentucky<br />

Deb Aikat, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

2022-23 President, AEJMC


2022-23 AEJMC Board of Directors<br />

3<br />

Deb Aikat<br />

North Carolina at Chapel Hil<br />

President<br />

Linda Aldoory<br />

American<br />

President-Elect<br />

Teresa Mastin<br />

Michigan State<br />

Vice President<br />

Susan Keith<br />

Rutgers<br />

Past President<br />

Gabriel Tait<br />

Ball State<br />

Chair, PF&R Committee<br />

Melita Garza<br />

Illinois at Urbana at Champaign<br />

Chair, Research Committee<br />

Laura K. Smith<br />

South Carolina<br />

Chair, Teaching Committee<br />

Shahira S. Fahmy<br />

The American University in Cairo<br />

Chair, Publications Committee<br />

Jan Lauren Boyles<br />

Iowa State<br />

Chair, Council of Divisions<br />

Meredith D. Clark<br />

Northeastern<br />

Vice Chair, Council of Divisions<br />

Patrick Johnson<br />

Iowa<br />

Chair, Commission on Graduate Education<br />

Nathaniel Frederick II<br />

Winthrop<br />

Chair, Commission on the<br />

Status of Minorities<br />

Mildred (Mimi) Perreault<br />

South Florida<br />

Chair, Commission on the<br />

Status of Women<br />

Karla Gower<br />

The Plank Center<br />

Chair, Council of Affiliates<br />

Raul Reis<br />

North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

ASJMC President<br />

Johnny Sparks<br />

Ball State<br />

ASJMC President-Elect


4 2022-23 ASJMC Executive Committee<br />

Raul Reis<br />

North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

President<br />

Johnny Sparks<br />

Ball State<br />

President-Elect<br />

Emily Metzgar<br />

Kent State<br />

Vice President<br />

Alan Stavitsky<br />

Nevada-Reno<br />

Past President<br />

Temple Northup<br />

San Diego State<br />

Program Representative<br />

Felicia McGhee-Hilt<br />

Tennessee at Chattanooga<br />

Program Representative<br />

Deb Aikat<br />

North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

AEJMC President<br />

Brad Rawlins<br />

Arkansas State<br />

ACEJMC Representative<br />

James Stewart<br />

Nicholls State<br />

ACEJMC Representative<br />

Kathleen McElroy<br />

Texas at Austin<br />

ACEJMC Representative<br />

Greg Luft<br />

Colorado State<br />

ACEJMC Representative<br />

Valarie White<br />

Florida A&M<br />

BCCA Representative


AEJMC Publications Editors<br />

5<br />

Jami Fullerton<br />

Oklahoma State<br />

Journalism & Mass<br />

Communication Educator<br />

Linda Steiner<br />

Maryland<br />

Journalism &<br />

Communication Monographs<br />

Daniela Dimitrova<br />

Iowa State<br />

Journalism & Mass<br />

Communication Quarterly<br />

AEJMC/ASJMC Central Office Staff<br />

Amanda Caldwell<br />

Executive Director<br />

7 years with AEJMC/ASJMC<br />

Cassidy Baird<br />

Events Coordinator<br />

First year with AEJMC/ASJMC<br />

Kysh Brown<br />

Website Content Manager<br />

27 years with AEJMC/ASJMC<br />

Lillian Coleman<br />

Progects Manager<br />

37 years with AEJMC/ASJMC<br />

Felicia Greenlee Brown<br />

Assistant Director<br />

30 years with AEJMC/ASJMC<br />

Samantha Higgins<br />

Communications Director<br />

11 years with AEJMC/ASJMC<br />

Saviela Thorne<br />

Membership Coordinator<br />

First year with AEJMC/ASJMC


6 2022-23 AEJMC Elected Standing Committee Members<br />

PROFESSIONAL FREEDOM<br />

AND RESPONSIBILITY<br />

Gabriel Tait,* Ball State<br />

Sabine Baumann, Jade University, Germany<br />

Colleen Connolly-Ahern, Pennsylvania State<br />

George Daniels, Alabama<br />

Amy Falkner, Syracuse<br />

Lillie Fears, Arkansas State<br />

Katie Place, Quinnipiac<br />

Carolyn Bronstein, DePaul<br />

Su Jung Kim, Southern California<br />

Paromita Pain, Nevada, Reno<br />

Jason Shepard, California State – Fullerton<br />

PUBLICATIONS<br />

Shahira Fahmy,* American University, Cairo<br />

Kim Bissell, Louisiana State<br />

Maria De Moya, DePaul<br />

Jacqueline Lambiase, Texas Christian<br />

Sun Young Lee, Maryland<br />

Donnalyn Pompper, Oregon<br />

Scott Reinardy, Kansas<br />

Chelsea Reynolds, California State – Fullerton<br />

Esther Thorson, Michigan State<br />

RESEARCH<br />

Melita Garza,* Illinois at Urbana-Champaign<br />

Katherine Foss, Middle Tennessee State<br />

Summer Harlow, Texas at Austin<br />

Shirley Ho, Nanyang Technological<br />

Tom Johnson, Texas at Austin<br />

Jasmine McNealy, Florida<br />

Radhika Parameswaran, Indiana<br />

Gregory Perreault, South Florida<br />

Amber Roessner, Tennessee, Knoxville<br />

Melissa Tully, Iowa<br />

Yong Volz, Missouri<br />

Kimberly Voss, Central Florida<br />

TEACHING<br />

Laura K. Smith,* South Carolina<br />

Raluca Cozma, Kansas State<br />

Tracy Everbach, North Texas<br />

Tiffany Gallicano, North Carolina, Charlotte<br />

Kristin Gustafson, Washington, Bothell<br />

Emily Metzgar, Kent State<br />

Mia Moody Ramirez, Baylor<br />

Chris Roberts, Alabama<br />

Shearon Roberts, Xavier-Louisiana<br />

Carol Schwalbe, Arizona<br />

Amanda Weed, Kennesaw State<br />

Kevin Williams, Mississippi State<br />

*denotes chair of committee


These Generous Sponsors Support the 2023 AEJMC Conference<br />

CONFERENCE PLATINUM SPONSOR<br />

The Knight Foundation<br />

CONFERENCE GENERAL SPONSOR<br />

Scripps Howard Fund<br />

CONFERENCE OPENING RECEPTION SPONSOR<br />

The Knight Foundation<br />

ieiMedia<br />

Trustworthy<br />

CONFERENCE WEBSITE SPONSOR<br />

ieiMedia<br />

Trustworthy Film, LLC<br />

CONFERENCE APP SPONSOR<br />

Ball State University<br />

CONFERENCE REFRESHMENT BREAK SPONSOR<br />

American University<br />

Michigan State University<br />

University of Memphis<br />

Kentucky University<br />

University of Oklahoma<br />

CONFERENCE BAG STUFFER SPONSOR<br />

Arizona State University<br />

Fulbright<br />

Overseas Press Club of America, Inc.<br />

CONFERENCE PROFESSIONAL HEADSHOT SPONSOR<br />

Texas State University<br />

AEJMC/ASJMC PAST PRESIDENTS’ RRECEPTION SPONSOR<br />

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


SHOW ME RESEARCH THAT<br />

The Missouri School of Journalism<br />

Joy Jenkins and Nick Mathews will work with the School’s Donald W.<br />

Reynolds Journalism Institute to translate academic work into direct<br />

benefits for newsrooms around the country.<br />

Together they will build a research team to bridge the gap between<br />

research and industry, to create lasting impacts that address challenges<br />

related to technology, funding, audience engagement and other critical<br />

issues faced by local news organizations.<br />

Joy Jenkins<br />

Joy Jenkins brings an international perspective to<br />

the study of shifts in the local news environment,<br />

such as organizations’ efforts to manage transitions<br />

toward increasing digital products and resources.<br />

Nick Mathews<br />

Nick Mathews’ research centers specifically<br />

around the impact of news deserts on audiences<br />

and their communities. He is interested<br />

in understanding how a lack of access to<br />

information and news affects people both at the<br />

individual level and as a society.


ENGAGES COMMUNITIES<br />

welcomes four new research faculty<br />

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and other shifts are changing the flow of ideas in a<br />

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The Tombras School PURPOSE Project<br />

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New Faculty<br />

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Assistant Professor<br />

Assistant Professor of Practice<br />

Assistant Professor<br />

PhD- University of Maryland PhD- University of South Carolina<br />

PhD- Texas Tech University


Hands On From Day 1<br />

With a commitment to cutting-edge education, the School of Journalism and Media<br />

prepares students to excel in today’s rapidly changing media world. Our renowned<br />

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Sunday Sessions<br />

17<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

8 a.m. to 5 p.m. / PC001 ASU Washington Center<br />

Advertising Division<br />

Off-site Workshop Session<br />

Innovating Data Storytelling and Visualization<br />

with AI & ChatGPT<br />

Sneak Peak of Choice Sessions<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Shanshan Lou, Appalachian State<br />

Panelists<br />

Morgan R. Bramlet, Principal and Creative Director,<br />

at BlueFusion Creative & Marketing<br />

Kim Herrington, Senior Analyst, Business Insights,<br />

Data & AI, at Forrester<br />

Eunjin (Anna) Kim, Southern California<br />

Su Jung Kim, Southern California<br />

Learn new techniques, make valuable connections, and<br />

develop a better understanding of the potential of AI/<br />

ChatGPT and ChatGPT-driven interactive experiences. In<br />

addition, we will host an experiential workshop focusing<br />

on syllabus design and class activities for a data storytelling<br />

course. Workshop will be held at ASU Washington<br />

Center, 1800 I Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006.<br />

Pre-registration is required and is open to all AEJMC<br />

members.<br />

The Mundane is Political: Everydayness of Subaltern<br />

Protest and Expression in the Digital Era<br />

Bruce Mutsvairo, Utrecht University<br />

and Tenford Chitanana, University<br />

of Technology Sydney<br />

Social Justice Activism and the Political Economy<br />

of Othering: Protests, Riots and Strikes, Oh My!<br />

Viola Milton, University of South Africa<br />

Wajinga Nyinyi! King Kaka’s Lyrical Lamentations<br />

and Kenya’s Popular Protest<br />

and Quest for Political and Economic Chang<br />

Wilson Ugangu, Multimedia University<br />

of Kenya<br />

An Examination of Protest Hashtags Amongst<br />

Ethiopian Social Media Users: Actors, Networks,<br />

and Motifs<br />

Téwodros Workneh, Kent State<br />

Hybrid Identities and Social Change: An African<br />

Feminism Project<br />

Beschara Karam, University of South Africa<br />

and Maha Bashri, United Arab Emirates<br />

University<br />

Social Media and Political Protest in Zimbabwe:<br />

Why Social Media Activism Fails<br />

Martin Ndlela, Inland Norway University<br />

of Applied Sciences<br />

8 a.m. to 5 p.m. / PC003 Union Station (M3)<br />

Newspaper and Online News Division<br />

Sunday<br />

8 a.m. to Noon / PC002 Independence Salon F (M4)<br />

International Communication Division<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Decolonizing the Protest: New Constructions<br />

of Social and Political Change in Africa<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Maha Bashri, United Arab Emirates University<br />

Beschara Karam, University of South Africa<br />

and Bruce Mutsvairo, Utrecht University<br />

Panelists<br />

Framing #FixtheCountry Protests in Print Media<br />

in Ghana<br />

Africanus L. Diedong, Simon Diedong Dombo<br />

University of Business and Integrated<br />

Development Studies<br />

Dramaturgy and Protester Reflexivity: A Study of<br />

Media Coverage of ENDSARS Protests in Nigeria<br />

Muhammed Musa, United Arab Emirates<br />

University<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Starting a Local News Partnership<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Richard Watts, director, Center for Research<br />

on Vermont<br />

Panelists<br />

Christina Smith, Georgia College<br />

Lara Salahi, Endicott College<br />

Academic/news partnerships are university-led programs<br />

where faculty vet, edit and share student work with media<br />

partners, providing high-impact experiential learning<br />

experiences for students and local content to struggling<br />

media partners. The training will include a discussion of<br />

financial models, academic credit, sustainability, local<br />

partnerships and the specific needs and questions of<br />

attendees. Attendees are expected to bring ideas about<br />

what partnerships between their university and a community<br />

news outlet might work or how to move their current<br />

one forward. Pre-registration is required.


18<br />

Sunday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. / PC004 LeDroit Park Room (M3)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication and Association of Schools of<br />

Journalism and Mass Communication<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Institute for Diverse Leadership in Journalism<br />

and Communication (IDL)<br />

2022-23 Jennifer H. McGill Fellows (Outgoing)<br />

Jan Lauren Boyles, Iowa State<br />

Katie Foss, Middle Tennessee State<br />

Hilary Fussell Sisco, Quinnipiac<br />

Cheryl Ann Lambert, Kent State<br />

Holly Overton, Pennsylvania State<br />

Jessica Retis, Arizona<br />

Jae-Hwa Shin, Southern Mississippi<br />

Gabriel B. Tait, Ball State<br />

Session open only to IDL Jennifer H. McGill Fellows.<br />

9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. / PC005 ASU Washington DC<br />

Cultural and Critical Studies Division, Walter Cronkite<br />

School of Journalism and Mass Communication,<br />

Arizona State University and Indian Country Today<br />

Off-site Workshop Session<br />

Indigenous Media and Communities<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Dawn Gilpin, Arizona<br />

Panelists<br />

Mark Trahant, Editor-at-Large, Indian Country<br />

Today (Shoshone-Bannock)<br />

Christina Azocar, San Francisco State (Upper<br />

Mattaponi)<br />

Rhonda LeValdo, Haskell Indian Nations University<br />

(Lawrence, KS) & Radio Producer/host (Acoma)<br />

Cynthia-Lou Coleman, Portland State (Osage Nation)<br />

Melissa Greene-Blye, Kansas (Miami Nation)<br />

Aliyah Chavez, Indian Country Today (Kewa)<br />

The session is intended to be of interest to members of<br />

these communities across North America, journalists and<br />

others who write about Indigenous peoples, educators<br />

interested in decolonizing their curriculum when teaching<br />

about today’s journalism landscape and journalism<br />

history, and all scholars interested in understanding the<br />

dynamics of Native communities, media and audiences.<br />

Join us at the ASU Washington, DC campus, 160 W. 1800<br />

St. NW, Washington, D.C. Pre-registration is required.<br />

9 to 11:30 a.m. / PC006 Monument Room (M4)<br />

Commission on the Status of Women<br />

and Commission on the Status of Minorities<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Intersectionality Beyond Theory<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Carolyn Nielsen, Western Washington<br />

and Kathleen McElroy, Texas at Austin,<br />

Panelists<br />

Natalie Tindall, Texas at Austin<br />

Marquita Smith, Mississippi<br />

Chelsea Peterson-Salahuddin, Michigan<br />

Lyric Mandell, Louisiana State<br />

Building on last year’s AEJMC colloquium on intersectionality,<br />

this interactive workshop focuses on the<br />

ways the often-misunderstood concept can be incorporated<br />

into your classroom, programming, service, and,<br />

of course, research and public scholarship. A panel will<br />

open the discussion then facilitate each table of participants<br />

in a collaborative session of ideas, experiences, and<br />

takeaways. This workshop is open to scholars of various<br />

expertise and backgrounds. Pre-registration is required.<br />

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. / PC007 Howard University<br />

Public Relations Division and Commission on Graduate<br />

Education<br />

Off-site Workshop Session<br />

Identity and Wellness for Graduate Students<br />

and Early Career Faculty<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Christopher Wilson, Brigham Young<br />

and Bobbie Foster, Maryland<br />

10:15 - 11:00 a.m.<br />

Part I — Be Who You Wanna Be: How to Foster<br />

Individual Wellness in Graduate School and Beyond<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Bobbie Foster, Maryland<br />

Panelists<br />

Sahar Mohamed Khamis, Maryland<br />

Bey-Ling Sha, California State – Fullerton<br />

Tia C.M. Tyree, Howard


Sunday Sessions<br />

19<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.<br />

Part II — Research University versus Teaching University:<br />

Which one is Right for You?<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Briana Trifiro, Boston<br />

Panelists<br />

Michelle Amazeen, Boston<br />

Anne Oeldorf-Hirsh, Connecticut<br />

Lara Salahi, Endicott College<br />

Amanda Weed, Kennesaw State<br />

Rhema Zlaten, Colorado Mesa<br />

12:45 - 1:30 p.m.<br />

Part II — Publish and Prevail: How to Find Success in the<br />

Peer Review Process<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Dongqing Xu, Miami<br />

Panelists<br />

Pamela Bourland-Davis, Georgia Southern<br />

Nicholas Browning, Indiana – Bloomington<br />

Julie O’Neil, Texas Christian<br />

Michael Schmierbach, Pennsylvania State<br />

Linda Steiner, Maryland<br />

Panelists will walk attendees through finding a research<br />

identity and explore how to create a personal narrative<br />

around their teaching and professional development.<br />

The goals will be to demystify some of the terminology<br />

of teaching and research, while providing graduate students<br />

and early career professionals with wellness tools.<br />

By the end of the workshop, attendees will have a better<br />

understanding of teaching versus research-focused jobs<br />

and how to navigate writing powerful DEI, teaching, and<br />

research statements. Registration for this pre-conference<br />

is free, but pre-registration is required. This workshop<br />

will be held at Howard University, MET Building, 300<br />

Bryant Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001. It is sponsored<br />

by the Arthur W. Page Center for Integrity in Public<br />

Communication.<br />

1 p.m. to 5 p.m. / PC008 Independence Salon G (M4)<br />

Panelists<br />

Jesus Ayala, California State Long Beach<br />

Jon Bekken, Albright<br />

Danielle Brown, Michigan State<br />

Ruth DeFoster, Minnesota<br />

Pallavi Guha, Towson<br />

Joy Jenkins, Missouri<br />

Susan Keith, Rutgers<br />

Minjie Li, Tennessee<br />

Jessica Maddox, Alabama<br />

Nick Matthews, Missouri<br />

Nathian Rodriguez, San Diego State<br />

Natalie Tindall, Texas at Austin<br />

Nikki Usher, San Diego<br />

This round-table workshop will examine the complexities<br />

surrounding funding and labor practices in the university<br />

context. We invite scholars of all career stages to discuss<br />

challenges and share strategies we have successfully used<br />

to negotiate contracts, assess the value of various types of<br />

work, and advocate for ourselves in the workplace. This<br />

workshop will improve transparency about compensation<br />

in our field. The pre-conference will wrap with a<br />

special issue brainstorming session. Light refreshments<br />

will be provided. Pre-registration is required.<br />

1 p.m. to 5 p.m. / PC009 Independence Salon F (M4)<br />

International Communication Division<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Oh, The Places You’ll Go: “Key Tips for Scholars<br />

from Underrepresented Communities on How to<br />

Get a Job and Thrive in the Academy<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Delaware Arif, South Alabama<br />

Panelists<br />

Delaware Arif, South Alabama<br />

Uche Onyebadi, Texas Christian<br />

Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

Hong Cheng, Southern Illinois-Carbondale<br />

Neelam Sharma, Idaho State<br />

Vanessa de Macedo Higgins Joyce, Texas State<br />

Sunday<br />

Cultural and Critical Studies Division<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Fostering Financial Literacy for Media Scholars<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Chelsea Reynolds, California State, Fullerton<br />

and Errol Salamon, Huddersfield, U.K.<br />

This workshop will address these issues and help participants<br />

understand the complex process of applying for<br />

and getting a job. The facilitators are from diverse backgrounds<br />

and represent various countries; they all work in<br />

the U.S. now. We will cover the following areas during<br />

the workshop: preparing the application package, building<br />

a teaching portfolio, constructing a research profile,<br />

completing phone, zoom, and campus interviews, and<br />

networking. Pre-registration is required.


REYNOLDS SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM<br />

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO<br />

CONGRATULATIONS,<br />

AL STAVITSKY<br />

ON 12 REMARKABLE YEARS AS DEAN!<br />

We are so grateful for your distinguished<br />

leadership and dedication to the Reynolds<br />

School. We couldn’t be happier to have you<br />

remain on our faculty as a professor and director<br />

of the Project for the Revitalization of Local<br />

News. Thank you, Dean Al!<br />

A NATIONAL SEARCH IS UNDERWAY FOR THE NEXT DEAN OF THE REYNOLDS SCHOOL<br />

To learn more about the position or to apply, please visit the job posting:<br />

WWW.UNR.EDU/HR/JOBS/EXECUTIVE-SEARCHES


WELCOME TO OUR NEW FACULTY<br />

KELSEY FITZGERALD<br />

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PRACTICE<br />

IN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION<br />

Professor Fitzgerald joins us from<br />

the Desert Research Institute. She is<br />

the director of the Mick Hitchcock,<br />

Ph.D., Project for Visualizing<br />

Science.<br />

NARAE KIM<br />

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR<br />

OF ADVERTISING<br />

Professor Kim joins our<br />

Advertising program from Zayed<br />

University. She holds a Ph.D. in<br />

Mass Communication from the<br />

University of Oklahoma.<br />

JIM SCRIPPS<br />

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PRACTICE<br />

IN JOURNALISTIC WRITING<br />

Professor Scripps joins us from<br />

Sierra Nevada University, now the<br />

University of Nevada, Reno at Lake<br />

Tahoe. He directs the Reynolds<br />

School Writing Center.<br />

WATCH OUR DOCUMENTARY<br />

Graduates of the first Journalism class, 1924<br />

SCAN TO WATCH!<br />

www.vimeo.com/reynoldsschool/ontherecord<br />

Produced to commemorate our centennial, the historical<br />

documentary “On the Record: A Century of Journalism Education at<br />

Nevada” is now available to watch online. Produced by Associate Professor<br />

Kari Barber and a team of students, the film explores the evolution of the<br />

Reynolds School through 100 years of challenge, change and<br />

achievement. The film was awarded “Best In Competition” at BEA.<br />

www.unr.edu/journalism<br />

/ReynoldsSchool @RSJNevada @RSJNevada /RSJNevada


22<br />

Sunday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

1 p.m. to 5 p.m. / PC010 Mint Room (M4)<br />

Law and Policy Division<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Law and Policy Preconference<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Amanda Reid, North Carolina<br />

and Jonathan Peters, Georgia<br />

Sessions<br />

Michael Hoefges Graduate Student Research Fund<br />

Presentations<br />

Moderated by Kyla Garrett Wagner, Syracuse<br />

Teaching Ideas Competition Presentations<br />

Moderated by Kyla Garrett Wagner, Syracuse<br />

Stare Decisis and Free Speech, a PF&R Panel<br />

Moderated by Eric Robinson, South Carolina<br />

Job-seeking, Annual Evaluation, Tenure, and<br />

Promotion<br />

Hosted by Amy Kristin Sanders, Texas, editor,<br />

Communication Law & Policy<br />

The preconference will feature a session dedicated to<br />

research supported by the Michael Hoefges Graduate<br />

Student Research Fund, a session dedicated to the<br />

Teaching Ideas Competition, a session about stare decisis<br />

and free speech, and a session hosted by Communication<br />

Law & Policy about job-seeking, annual evaluation, tenure,<br />

and promotion.<br />

1 p.m. to 5 p.m. / PC011 Union Station (M3)<br />

Newspaper and Online News Division<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Academic Job Market Readiness Workshop<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Chris Etheridge, Kansas<br />

This pre-conference workshop will give doctoral students<br />

one-on-one face time with senior scholars to answer<br />

questions, provide feedback on CVs, sample cover letters,<br />

research and teaching statements, and other common<br />

documents. In the opening panel, early- and mid-career<br />

scholars will share their experiences on the job market,<br />

but the remainder of the time will be dedicated to workshop-style<br />

sessions where doctoral students are assigned<br />

to meet with and get feedback from multiple tenured or<br />

advanced tenure-track faculty from both research and<br />

teaching institutions. Pre-registration is required.<br />

1 p.m. to 5 p.m. / PC012 Northwestern’s Medill<br />

Washington Bureau<br />

Participatory Journalism<br />

and Community Journalism Interest Groups<br />

Off-site Workshop Session<br />

Reimagining Journalism Education<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Letrell Crittenden, American Press Institute<br />

Jacob Nelson, Utah<br />

Andrea Wenzel, Temple<br />

Panelists<br />

Carrie Brown, City University New York<br />

Marcie Young Cancio, Amplify Utah/<br />

University of Utah<br />

Brian Creech, Lehigh<br />

Carla Murphy, Rutgers<br />

Andre Simms, DayOneNotDayTwo<br />

This preconference is a collaboration between the<br />

American Press Institute and the Engaged Journalism<br />

Exchange, a project which seeks to connect scholars and<br />

practitioners interested in research to make journalism<br />

stronger, more equitable, and more connected to communities<br />

and publics. Session to be held at Northwestern’s<br />

Medill Washington Bureau, 1301 K St, NW, Washington<br />

D.C. Pre-registration is required.<br />

1 p.m. to 5 p.m. / PC013 Marquis Salon 12-13 (M2)<br />

Commission on the Status of Women, AEJMC Council<br />

of Affiliates, and Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center<br />

for the Advancement of Women in Communication,<br />

Florida International University<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Women Faculty Moving Forward: Taking the Lead<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Florida International<br />

and Tracy Everbach, North Texas<br />

Keynote Speaker<br />

Maria Len-Rios, professor and associate director,<br />

Minnesota<br />

Panelists<br />

Jessica Retis, director, Arizona<br />

Meta Carstarphen, area head, strategic<br />

communication, Oklahoma<br />

Katie Place, professor, strategic<br />

communication, Quinnipiac


Sunday Sessions<br />

23<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Juliet Pinto, associate professor, journalism,<br />

Pennsylvania State<br />

Jennifer Vardeman, director, Jack J. Valenti School<br />

of Communication, Houston<br />

This annual workshop with accomplished academics<br />

will help junior women faculty move forward in their<br />

careers through mentoring and preparing for tenure and<br />

promotion and administration and leadership positions.<br />

By previous application only.<br />

1 p.m. to 5 p.m. / PC014 Capitol Room (M4)<br />

Small Programs Interest Group<br />

Workshop Session<br />

The Future of Small Programs in the 21st Century<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Brian Steffen, Simpson College<br />

and Christina Smith, Georgia College<br />

universities with small programs. Topics for discussion<br />

to include research-based findings on the current state<br />

of small programs, practical suggestions for possible<br />

program changes and recruiting practices that audience<br />

members can consider for implementation in their<br />

departments. Pre-registration is required.<br />

1 p.m. to 5 p.m. / PC015 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication Committee on Career Development<br />

Workshop Session<br />

The Potential of AI in the Newsroom, Education,<br />

and Research: Practical Implementation Strategies<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Hong Cheng, Southern Illinois, Carbondale;<br />

CCD Co-Chair<br />

and Herman Howard, Jarvis Christian;<br />

CCD Co-chair<br />

Sunday<br />

Speaker<br />

Perceptions of the Current State of Small Programs<br />

Christina Smith, Georgia College<br />

Panel I — Change Agents Impacting Their Small Programs<br />

Panelists<br />

Carrie Sipes, Shippensburg<br />

Lara Salahi, Endicott<br />

Dawn Francis, Cabrini<br />

Break (10 minutes)<br />

Panel II — If You Build It They Will Come: Recruiting<br />

Students to Your Major(s)<br />

Panelists<br />

Lisa Carponelli, Simpson<br />

Erin Kim-Cho, Grand View<br />

Kenneth Pybus, Abilene Christian<br />

Break (10 minutes)<br />

Panel III — Challenges and Solutions: Can We Save<br />

Our Small Programs?<br />

Panelists<br />

Kathleen Webber, College of New Jersey<br />

James Stewart, Nicholls State<br />

Jennifer Wilson, Drake<br />

Speaker<br />

The Role of SPIG as a Resource for Small Programs<br />

Jackie Incollingo, Rider<br />

This workshop will include panelists currently serving at<br />

This workshop will explore practical uses of AI tools in<br />

education, practice, and research. Participants will learn<br />

how to leverage AI for teaching and learning, decisionmaking<br />

and productivity, and in their research activities.<br />

Attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of AI’s<br />

potential and strategies for incorporating these tools into<br />

their work. The workshop is divided into three minisessions:<br />

AI in the Newsroom (1:00-2:15), AI in Teaching<br />

(2:25-3:35), and Using AI Tools in Research (3:45-5:00).<br />

The “AI in the Newsroom” panel provides insights into<br />

how AI tools will change news work, e.g. information<br />

gathering, supporting the writing process. The session on<br />

“AI in Teaching” explores opportunities and challenges of<br />

using AI tools in the classroom. The final panel on “Using<br />

AI Tools in Research” showcases how exciting tools can<br />

support researchers in their work, e.g. finding relevant<br />

literature, analyzing data. Those registered can attend all<br />

three or some of the sessions. Pre-registration is required.<br />

1 p.m. to 7 p.m. / PC016 Independence Salon H (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Business Session<br />

AEJMC Board of Directors, 2022-23<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill,<br />

President, AEJMC 2022-23<br />

AEJMC Board Members Only.


24<br />

Sunday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

5 p.m. to 6 p.m. / PC017 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

Commission on the Status of Women, AEJMC Council<br />

of Affiliates, and Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center<br />

for the Advancement of Women in Communication,<br />

Florida International University<br />

Reception for Kopenhaver Center Fellows, Present and<br />

Past<br />

Hosting<br />

Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Florida International<br />

and Tracy Everbach, North Texas<br />

7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. / PC018 Tulip (2nd Fl)<br />

History Division<br />

Session<br />

Awards Gala<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Madeleine Liseblad, California State, Long Beach<br />

The History Division Awards Gala will recognize our top<br />

award winners of the year and celebrate the importance<br />

of journalism history. Pre-registration is required.<br />

This is a networking reception for Kopenhaver Center<br />

Fellows, present and past. Thanks to the Scripps Howard<br />

Fund for their support of this event. By invitation only.


University of Wisconsin-Madison<br />

School of Journalism and Mass Communication<br />

Congratulations!<br />

Welcome New Faculty Members!<br />

Kathleen Culver<br />

New Director of UW SJMC<br />

Miya Williams Fayne<br />

Assistant Professor<br />

Jing Wang<br />

Assistant Professor<br />

Program Highlights<br />

87% #1<br />

of Ph.D. graduates are<br />

placed into university<br />

positions<br />

ranked in graduate<br />

placement — Journal of<br />

Communication<br />

Opportunities<br />

• Engaged advising and<br />

mentoring<br />

• Training in quantitative and<br />

qualitative research methods<br />

• Opportunities for collaborative<br />

research<br />

• Grants and research funding<br />

Learn More<br />

Program Contacts<br />

Lisa Aarli<br />

Graduate Advisor<br />

aarli@wisc.edu<br />

Michael Wagner<br />

Director of Graduate Studies<br />

michael.wagner@wisc.edu<br />

Kathleen Culver<br />

Department Director & Professor<br />

kbculver@wisc.edu


Beyond<br />

Objectivity<br />

Producing<br />

trustworthy<br />

news in today’s<br />

newsrooms<br />

What does it mean<br />

for journalism to be objective?<br />

In a new report, former Washington Post Executive Editor Leonard Downie Jr.<br />

and former CBS News President Andrew Heyward argue that the traditional<br />

defi nition of journalistic “objectivity” is too misunderstood and that it’s time for<br />

a new set of standards to produce fair, accurate, non-biased news for today’s<br />

diverse communities.


2023 AEJMC panel session<br />

“Beyond Objectivity—A New Playbook<br />

for Strengthening and Transforming<br />

Journalism”<br />

Join us as two veteran journalists lead<br />

the conversation about moving “beyond<br />

objectivity” to create new guidelines for<br />

fair, accurate, trustworthy journalism in<br />

today’s increasingly diverse newsrooms<br />

and communities.<br />

Wednesday, August 9<br />

Noon-1:30 p.m.<br />

Mint conference room<br />

Meeting level 4<br />

The journalist’s job is truth, not<br />

objectivity. It is getting close to the reality,<br />

notwithstanding that we all have biases<br />

and passions.”<br />

— Neil Barsky<br />

Founder, The Marshall Project<br />

Leonard Downie, Jr., the Weil Family<br />

Professor of Journalism at the Walter<br />

Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication, started at The Washington<br />

Post in 1964 as an intern and rose through<br />

the ranks. He held the role of executive<br />

editor from 1991 through 2008. During his<br />

tenure at the Post, he investigated and led<br />

coverage of some of the most signifi cant<br />

events of the 20th century.<br />

The “Beyond Objectivity” report is funded by a grant<br />

from the Stanton Foundation.<br />

Cronkite doctoral students Rian Bosse, Stephen Kilar and Kristina Vera-Phillips<br />

and undergraduate student Autriya Maneshni also contributed to the report.<br />

Andrew Heyward, a Research Professor<br />

at the Walter Cronkite School of<br />

Journalism and Mass Communication<br />

and senior advisor to the new Center for<br />

Constructive Communication at MIT,<br />

is an award-winning broadcast news<br />

producer and expert on the changing media<br />

landscape. Among many newsroom roles,<br />

he served as President of CBS News from<br />

January 1996 until November 2005.


DEB AIKAT<br />

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL<br />

CONGRATULATIONS ON A YEAR WELL SERVED AS 2022-23 AEJMC PRESIDENT


Northwestern Medill<br />

welcomes new faculty<br />

Rayvon Fouché<br />

Professor<br />

Journalism and School of<br />

Communications<br />

Carolyn Tang Kmet<br />

Associate Professor<br />

Integrated Marketing<br />

Communications<br />

Kathy LaTour<br />

Professor<br />

Integrated Marketing<br />

Communications<br />

Rafael Matos<br />

Lecturer<br />

Integrated Marketing<br />

Communications<br />

Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan<br />

Senior Lecturer and<br />

George R.R. Martin Chair<br />

in Storytelling<br />

Journalism<br />

Jeff Treem<br />

Professor<br />

Integrated Marketing<br />

Communications<br />

Medill is seeking new faculty members<br />

for the following positions:<br />

SCAN FOR<br />

MORE DETAILS<br />

- Media Strategy<br />

- Marketing Analytics<br />

- Journalism


CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FACULTY<br />

Dr. Jessica Retis<br />

Director<br />

Launched the School’s Bilingual Journalism programs<br />

Pate McMichael<br />

New Associate Director and Director of Undergraduate Studies<br />

Reports on the intersection of true crime, history, and journalism<br />

Dr. Monica Chadha<br />

New Director of Graduate Studies<br />

Advancing research in entrepreneurial journalism<br />

Dr. Jeannine Relly<br />

New Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs and Inclusion for the College of SBS<br />

Launched the School’s Studies of Global Media programs<br />

Dr. Susan E. Swanberg<br />

Associate Professor, M.A., M.S., J.D., Ph.D., F.L.S.<br />

Supervisor of the science journalism specialty<br />

Liliana Soto<br />

Assistant Professor of Practice<br />

Emmy award-winning journalist supervising new broadcast studio<br />

JOIN OUR AWARD WINNING FACULTY!<br />

• The University of Arizona is an R1 research institution<br />

• First four-year university in Arizona to be recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution<br />

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Journals<br />

Books<br />

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Nebraska<br />

LOOKING AT THE STARS<br />

Black Celebrity Journalism in<br />

Jim Crow America<br />

Carrie Teresa<br />

$50.00 Hardcover<br />

SPORTS JOURNALISM<br />

A History of Glory, Fame, and<br />

Technology<br />

Patrick S. Washburn and<br />

Chris Lamb<br />

$60.00 Hardcover<br />

JOURNAL OF MAGAZINE MEDIA<br />

Edited by Joy Jenkins<br />

We are proud to be the<br />

publisher of the AEJMC<br />

Magazine Media Division’s<br />

official journal.<br />

HOME FRONT STUDIES<br />

Edited by James J. Kimble<br />

A new interdisciplinary journal<br />

focused on wartime as<br />

experienced by civilians in home<br />

fronts around the world.<br />

JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDIA<br />

Edited by Mary Lou Sheffer<br />

Chronicling the influence of<br />

sports media on contemporary<br />

culture.<br />

LOOK<br />

How a Highly Influential<br />

Magazine Helped Define Mid-<br />

Twentieth-Century America<br />

Andrew L. Yarrow<br />

$39.95 Hardcover<br />

PAULINE FREDERICK REPORTING<br />

A Pioneering Broadcaster Covers<br />

the Cold War<br />

Marilyn S. Greenwald<br />

Foreward by Marlene Sanders<br />

$34.95 Hardcover<br />

AN UNLADYLIKE PROFESSION<br />

American Women War<br />

Correspondents in World War I<br />

Chris Dubbs<br />

Foreward by Judy Woodruff<br />

$34.95 Hardcover<br />

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At The Media School at Indiana University, we view<br />

communication scholarship through an interdisciplinary<br />

lens. We are humanities scholars, social scientists, legal<br />

experts, historians, economists, and accomplished<br />

media professionals whose plurality of approaches<br />

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• Institute for Communication Research<br />

• Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism<br />

• National Sports Journalism Center<br />

• Observatory on Social Media<br />

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THANK YOU AND CONGRATULATIONS<br />

DEAN JAY BERNHARDT led Moody College of Communication<br />

for seven years with visionary leadership and as built the<br />

college into one of the most respected and impactful colleges<br />

of communication in the world. He was appointed President of<br />

Emerson College effective June 1. We wish him the very best!<br />

Moody College of Communication Associate Dean for Research<br />

and Jesse H. Jones Centennial Professor in the School of<br />

Journalism and Media RACHEL DAVIS MERSEY has been<br />

appointed Interim Dean of the College and will serve until a<br />

permanent dean is selected through a comprehensive national<br />

search process.<br />

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Professor<br />

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Associate Professor<br />

of Practice<br />

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Professor of Practice<br />

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Assistant Professor of Practice<br />

Joe Straubhaar<br />

Samuel Woolley


Monday Sessions<br />

35<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

7:30 to 8:30 a.m. / M001 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Business Session<br />

Council of Division Plaque/Certificate Pickup<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Samantha Higgins, AEJMC/ASJMC Central Office<br />

Representative from all DIG groups will stop by and pick<br />

up any plaques, certificates, etc. This is a mandatory<br />

meeting.<br />

7:30 to 9:30 a.m. / M002 Independence Salons F-G (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Business Session<br />

Careers Committee Meeting<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Hong Cheng, Southern Illinois, Carbondale;<br />

CCD Co-Chair<br />

and Herman Howard, Jarvis Christian;<br />

CCD Co-chair<br />

7 to 10 a.m. / M003 Independence Salon H (M4)<br />

Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Debunking Misinformation to Facilitate Caregivers’<br />

COVID-19 Vaccine Intentions: Integrating Message<br />

Concreteness and Corrective Information Source<br />

Qi Zheng, Chuqing Dong,<br />

and Fashina Alade, Michigan State<br />

Missing Voices: Examining How Misinformation<br />

Susceptible, Underrepresented Communities Engage,<br />

Perceive, and Combat Science Misinformation<br />

Michelle Amazeen, Boston,<br />

Rosalynn Vasquez, Baylor,<br />

Arunima Krishna, Yi (Grace) Ji, Chao (Chris) Su,<br />

and James Cummings, Boston<br />

Factors Influencing Debunking Messages’ Effectiveness:<br />

Comparing Hong Kong, the Netherlands, and the United<br />

States<br />

Xinzhi Zhang, Hong Kong Baptist University,<br />

Winson Peng, Michigan State,<br />

and Qinfeng Zhu, The University of Groningen<br />

A Systematic Literature Review of Health, Science,<br />

and Environmental Misinformation Correction<br />

on Social Media<br />

Jennifer Shiyue Zhang, Ruochong Ji, Junqi Shao,<br />

and Leona Yi-Fan Su, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign<br />

Truth From the Comments: Exploring the Effect<br />

of Comments as a Solution for Misinformation<br />

on Social Media<br />

Yueliang Wang,<br />

and Kun Peng, Macau University of Science<br />

and Technology<br />

Using Facts, Logic, and Humor to Counter<br />

Misconceptions about COVID-19 Epidemiological<br />

Models<br />

John Cook, Melbourne Centre for Behaviour Change,<br />

Sojung Kim, George Mason,<br />

and Emily Vraga, Minnesota<br />

Monday<br />

Business Session<br />

ASJMC Executive Committee Meeting<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Raul Reis, North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2022-23<br />

President, ASJMC<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M004 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk<br />

Division<br />

Refereed Paper Session<br />

Addressing Misinformation About Science<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

CJ Calabrese, Clemson<br />

Discussant<br />

Shupei Yuan, Northern Illinois<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M005 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Communication Technology<br />

and Newspaper and Online News Divisions<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Teaching the Intangibles: Going Beyond Basic<br />

Journalism Skills to Cultivate Stronger<br />

Students and Practitioners<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Ryan Thomas, Washington State


36<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Panelists<br />

Jesus Ayala, California Sate, Long Beach<br />

Gina Baleria, Sonoma State<br />

Caley Cook, Washington<br />

Qun Wang, Fordham<br />

John C. Watson, American<br />

Journalism programs generally do a great job of teaching<br />

students the basics of writing, interviewing, research, etc.<br />

But, what about those intangible skills that distinguish the<br />

great journalists from the rest. This panel would explore<br />

how to teach those intangible skills, including curiosity,<br />

empathy, tenacity, and how to recognize and minimize<br />

our own biases to ensure more ethical and comprehensive<br />

news gathering and reporting.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M006 Chinatown Room (M3)<br />

Communication Theory and Methodology Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Revisiting Communication Theories<br />

for Emerging Topics<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Hye Min Kim, Massachusetts<br />

Communicating Socially Acceptable Risk Judgments:<br />

The Role of Impression Information Insufficiency in the<br />

Risk Information Seeking and Processing Model<br />

Timothy Fung, Po Yan Lai<br />

and Robert Griffin, Hong Kong Baptist University<br />

Non-Use and Gratifications: Why People Flee Social<br />

Media Like TikTok<br />

Fan Yang and Qing Yan, South Florida<br />

Better Informed or Stay Naïve? Revisit Selective<br />

Exposure Theory and Its Implications on Political<br />

Learning<br />

Jing Guo<br />

and Hsuan-Ting Chen, Chinese University<br />

of Hong Kong<br />

and Shuning Lu, North Dakota State<br />

The Imagined Influences of the Imagined Bubbles:<br />

Narrative Thoughts as a Mechanism for Third-person<br />

Effect<br />

Shibo (Bruce) Wang, Bryan McLaughlin,<br />

and Brittany Potter, Texas Tech<br />

Discussant<br />

Anastasia Kononova, Michigan State<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M007 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Cultural and Critical Studies Division<br />

High Density Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Critical (Digital) Methods of Social Movements<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Ayleen Cabas-Mijares, Marquette<br />

Never Have I Ever…Challenged Whiteness<br />

Madhavi Reddi, York College of Pennsylvania<br />

and Joseph Richards, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

[EA] Repairing the Journalism Paradigm with Artificial<br />

Intelligence: How ChatGPT Editorials Preserve<br />

Objectivity, Whiteness & Colorblind Ideology<br />

Ever Figueroa, Colorado<br />

and Vincent Peña, DePaul<br />

[EA] Right-Wing Cancel Culture: A Case Study of<br />

#BoycottBollywood<br />

Prashanth Bhat, Houston,<br />

Sreya Mitra, American University of Sharjah<br />

and Narayanamoorthy Nanditha, North Carolina<br />

at Chapel Hill<br />

Suffering as the Counter-discourse: The Construction of<br />

a Niche Public Sphere through Feminist Podcasts<br />

Lulu Yuan, and Haiyan Wang, University of Macau<br />

[EA] How Does the Algerian LGBTQIA+ Community<br />

Use Facebook Groups to Navigate Their Sexual<br />

Identities?<br />

Rim Chaif, Kansas<br />

[EA] Protest Anthems as Songs of Mourning: Feminist<br />

Activism Through Collective Expressions of Grief<br />

Valentina Proust, Pennsylvania<br />

[EA] Reflexive Surveillance: Caring for, Managing and<br />

Controlling the Wealth, Families, and Life of Chinese<br />

Workers on Alipay<br />

Ran Ju, Illinois<br />

Digital Emiras: Gender Discourse within the Mosque<br />

versus on Facebook<br />

Omar Hammad, Rutgers<br />

Influence of Social Identity Among African American<br />

Journalists: Racial Self-consciousness in News Production<br />

Sima Bhowmik<br />

and Angie Chuang, Colorado-Boulder,<br />

and Debora Wenger, Mississippi<br />

On Shaky Ground: Stigma and Otherness in Directto-Consumer<br />

Advertising for Bipolar Disorder Drug<br />

Treatments<br />

Tara Walker, St. Bonaventure<br />

Discussant<br />

Seema Shrikhande, Oglethorpe<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.


Monday Sessions<br />

37<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M008 Liberty Salon O-P (M4)<br />

History Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

The Changing News Industry<br />

Discussant<br />

Tori Ekstrand, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Erin Coyle, Temple<br />

Capturing the Audience: Advertising’s Role in American<br />

Journalism in Historical and Critical Perspective<br />

Matthew Conaty<br />

and Victor Pickard, Pennsylvania<br />

[EA] Caught in the Middle: Public Policy, Black Radio<br />

Ownership and Broadcast Regulation<br />

Robin Sundarmoorthy, Maryland, College Park<br />

Mary Ann Shadd Cary: Embodying Intersectionality<br />

Through Newspaper Publishing in the 1850s<br />

Tracy Everbach, North Texas<br />

How Journalism Becomes a Discipline in Late Qing<br />

China: From Translation of Japan to Western Model<br />

(1903-1924)<br />

Mengqiu Zhang, Peking University<br />

Discussant<br />

Gerry Lanosga, Indiana<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M009 Mint Room (M4)<br />

Law and Policy Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Special Joint Call: Research at the Intersection<br />

of Communications Law and Critical-Cultural<br />

Studies<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Jason Shepard, California State-Fullerton<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M010 Monument Room (M4)<br />

Media Management, Economics and Entrepreneurship<br />

Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Understanding News Consumption<br />

and Paying Intent<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Xiaoqun Zhang, North Texas<br />

Antecedents of Paying Intent for News: The Culture of<br />

Free, Pay for News Injustice, and the Moderating Role<br />

of Political Interest<br />

Manuel Goyanes, Carlos III University,<br />

Rebecca Scheffauer, Universidad de Salamanca<br />

and Homero Gil de Zúñiga, University of<br />

Salamanca / Pennsylvania State University<br />

Comparing Effects of News Subscription Motivation<br />

and News Lifestyle and Their Impact on Subscription<br />

Retention<br />

Weiyue Chen, Butler<br />

and Esther Thorson, Michigan State<br />

Examining the Value of Digital News: The Effect of<br />

Social Media News Engagement and News Emotionality<br />

on News Paying Intent<br />

Victoria Chen, National Chung Cheng University<br />

Mobile News Apps: Substitute or Complement? The<br />

Effects of Mobile User Attitudes, Perceptions, and<br />

Motivations<br />

Miao Guo, Connecticut<br />

The Wall of Paywalls? Empirical Evidence from South<br />

Korean Newspaper<br />

Eugene Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science<br />

& Technology (KAIST)<br />

Monday<br />

Anti-Gay Legislation and the First Amendment: A Statutory<br />

Analysis of 2021-2022 Anti-gay Curriculum Laws<br />

Monica Crawford, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

[EA] Fighting Words: A Women’s Issue?<br />

Caitlin Carlson and Trevor Buchan, Seattle<br />

[EA] Taming the Shrew: How Freedom of Expression<br />

Subjugates Women<br />

Caitlin Carlson, Seattle<br />

and Kyla Garrett Wagner, Syracuse<br />

The Death of Precedent and Its Implications for First<br />

Amendment Rights<br />

Jon Bekken, Albright<br />

Discussant<br />

Cindy Price Schultz, Wyoming


38<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M011 Liberty Salon J/K (M4)<br />

Minorities and Communication Division<br />

and Entertainment Studies Interest Group<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Diversifying the Emerging Field of Podcast Studies<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Kim Fox, American University in Cairo<br />

Panelists<br />

Steve Bien-Aime, Kansas<br />

Gabriela Perdomo, Mount Royal University (Calgary)<br />

Tegan Bratcher, University of the Pacific<br />

Arthur D. Soto-Vásquez, Texas A&M International<br />

The takeaways from this multifaceted panel will include<br />

innovative concepts for research, curriculum and industry<br />

partnerships and as well as a space for robust discussion<br />

on how to make this growing area of mass communication<br />

more inclusive to people of color.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M012 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Public Relations Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Top Graduate Student Research<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Luke Capizzo, Missouri<br />

Motivating Employees to Protect the Company from<br />

Misinformation: The Effects of Inoculation Messages on<br />

Employee Advocacy and Corrective Behavior*<br />

Katie (Haejung) Kim, Minnesota,<br />

and Bugil Chang, Minnesota – Twin Cities<br />

Diplomacy in 280 Characters: A Content Analysis<br />

of Official State Twitter Accounts**<br />

Audrey Firrone, Memphis<br />

Fear Not – For It’s Authentic: Investigating Impacts of<br />

Perceived Authenticity in Corporate Social Advocacy for<br />

Polarizing Issues***<br />

Ejae Lee, Indiana<br />

Evaluating Multinational Corporations’ Crisis Response<br />

Strategies on Twitter during the Russia-Ukraine War<br />

Weiwen Yu, Arizona State<br />

Now Wars Are Fought on the Ground and on Social<br />

Networks: Meta’s Corporate Social Advocacy Strategies<br />

in the Invasion of Ukraine<br />

Vishala Persad, Oklahoma<br />

Discussant<br />

Colleen Connelly-Ahern, Pennsylvania State<br />

* First Place Paper, Student Competition Category<br />

** Second Place Paper, Student Competition Category<br />

*** Third Place Paper, Student Competition Category<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M013 Independence Salons A-E (M4)<br />

Visual Communication, International Communication<br />

and Advertising Divisions<br />

Scholar-to-Scholar (Poster) Refereed Research Paper<br />

Session<br />

Advertising Division<br />

Topic I — Social Media Advertising<br />

01-0830-01 • Real-Time Ad Browsing on a Social<br />

Media Platform: Testing Newsfeed Ad Recognition,<br />

Involvement, Engagement and Purchase Intent<br />

Xiaowen Xu, Butler<br />

Louvins Pierre and Carolyn Lin, Connecticut<br />

01-0830-02 • [EA] Your Brand is Hijacked: A<br />

Computational Examination of Bashtag Networks<br />

Exploring Negative eWOM Distribution Through Brand-<br />

Related Hashtags<br />

Haseon Park, Minnesota<br />

and Minjeong Kim, Tennessee<br />

01-0830-03 • [EA] Natural Hair Instagram Campaigns<br />

David Painter and Imani Ervin, Rollins College<br />

Discussant<br />

Linwan Wu, South Carolina<br />

Topic II — Disclosure and Persuasion Knowledge<br />

01-0830-04 • Effects of Cookie Disclosure Specificity on<br />

Targeted Advertising Responses: Persuasion Knowledge<br />

Model (PKM) Perspective<br />

Ilwoo Ju, Purdue,<br />

Chang Dae Ham, Illinois Urbana-Champaign,<br />

Tiwaladeoluwa Adekunle<br />

and Daeun (Grace) Lee, Purdue<br />

01-0830-05 • Examining the Change-of-Meaning Effect:<br />

Sequential Persuasion Knowledge Structure in Coping<br />

Mechanism with Online Behavioral Advertising<br />

Chang Dae Ham, Illinois Urbana-Champaign<br />

Ilwoo Ju, Purdue, Seo Jeong Heo<br />

and Yujin Lee, Illinois Urbana-Champaign


Monday Sessions<br />

39<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

01-0830-06 • The Effects of Sponsorship Disclosures<br />

and Promo Codes on Advertising Recognition and<br />

Attitudes: Testing the CARE Model in the Context of<br />

Influencer Advertising<br />

Guolan Yang, Oakland<br />

Discussant<br />

Weilu Zhang, Kentucky<br />

Topic III — Advertising During the Pandemic<br />

01-0830-07 • [EA] Advertising Agency Leadership<br />

through COVID: Exploring Evolving Leadership<br />

Communication in Challenging Times<br />

Luke Capizzo, Damilola Oduolowu,<br />

Teresia Nzau, Lauren Brengarth,<br />

and Margaret Duffy, Missouri<br />

01-0830-08 • Rebuilding Social Connection and<br />

Enhancing Advertising Effects Through the Nostalgic<br />

Appeal during the Pandemic<br />

Katie (Haejung) Kim, Bugil Chang, Debarati Das,<br />

Smitha Muthya Sudheendra, Jisu Huh,<br />

Dongyeop Kang,<br />

and Jaideep Srivastava, Minnesota<br />

Discussant<br />

Shanshan Lou, Appalachian State<br />

Topic IV — Brand Activism<br />

01-0830-09 • From Brand Activism to Brand Purpose:<br />

The Advertising Professional’s Perspective<br />

Fang Yang, Grand Valley State<br />

01-0830-10 • Role of Social Distance in Brand Activism<br />

(#StopAsianHate) from the Construal Level Theory<br />

Perspective<br />

Yoon Joo Lee, Washington State;<br />

Wen Zhao, Fairfield,<br />

and Yezi Hu, Washington State<br />

01-0830-11 • When Social Media Gets Political: How<br />

Message-Platform Match Affects Consumer Responses to<br />

Brand Activism Advertising*<br />

Xuan Zhou, Chen Lou,<br />

and Xun (Irene) Huang, Nanyang Technological<br />

01-0830-12 • Solidarity Brand Activism: Exploring<br />

How Black-Asian Intergroup Activism Integration in<br />

Advertising Influences Black and Asian Americans’<br />

Perceived Linked Fate, Racial Attitudes, and Consumer<br />

Responses<br />

Minjie Li, Tennessee<br />

Discussant<br />

Eunjin (Anna) Kim, Southern California<br />

*Open Research Session Second Place<br />

Topic V — Health Communication<br />

01-0830-13 • [EA] The Role of Fresh Start Mindset<br />

(FSM) and Collectivistic Orientation in Mental Health<br />

Awareness Ads<br />

Yoon Joo Lee, Washington State;<br />

Hye Jin Yoon, Georgia;<br />

and Hae Yeon Seo, Washington State<br />

01-0830-14 • [EA] Transportation Theory in Health<br />

Campaign Communication for Breast Cancer:<br />

Exploring Gaming Narratives as Vicarious Vehicles<br />

Adetutut Wanda-Kayode, South Carolina<br />

Discussant<br />

Shanshan Lou, Appalachian State<br />

Topic VI — Cause-Related Advertising<br />

01-0830-15 • Understanding How Consumers React<br />

to Rainbow-Washing: Revisiting the Role of Rainbow<br />

Washing Knowledge and Issue Involvement<br />

Dongjae Lim and Teresa Tackett, Alabama<br />

01-0830-16 • [EA] The Effect of Cause-Related<br />

Marketing as the Context for Other Ads<br />

Nam Young Kim, Sam Houston State,<br />

Masudul Biswas, Loyola Maryland,<br />

and Ki Won Seo, Sam Houston State<br />

01-0830-17 • How to Avoid the Greenwashing Trap: A<br />

Smartphone Eye-Tracking Examination of CSR Appeals<br />

and Image Framing on Greenwashing Perceptions and<br />

Visual Attention<br />

Youngji Seo, Temple,<br />

Shuoya Sun, Bartosz Wojdynski,<br />

and Jeffrey Duncan, Georgia<br />

01-0830-18 • Impact of Matching Message Elements at<br />

Construal Levels: Focusing on Descriptive Norm Appeal,<br />

Temporal Framing, and Regulatory Focus in Cause-<br />

Related Marketing Communication<br />

ChungIn (Hazel) Yun, Yeonsoo Kim,<br />

and Y. Greg Song, Texas at Austin<br />

01-0830-19 • [EA] Two Sides of the Green Story: Effects<br />

of 2-sided Sustainability Messages on Authenticity and<br />

Engagement<br />

Jie Chen, Tennessee<br />

Discussant<br />

Jaejin Lee, Florida State<br />

International Communication Division<br />

Topic I – Diplomacy and Coverage of World Leaders<br />

and Issues<br />

01-0830-20 • Strategic Framing: Comparing Speeches<br />

delivered by three African Presidents at the 76th UN<br />

General Assembly<br />

Godwin Etse Sikanku, University of Media, Arts,<br />

and Communication, Ghana;<br />

Eric Karikari, Towson,<br />

and Nana Kwame Osei Fordjour, Maryland<br />

Monday


40<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

01-0830-21 • “All Hail the Queen”: An Analysis of<br />

Mediated Tributes to Queen Elizabeth II by World<br />

Leaders<br />

Nana Kwame Osei Fordjour Maryland,<br />

Amanda Gyesi, Inusah Mohammed,<br />

Naadiyahtu Iddrisu,<br />

and Pamela Ofori Boateng New Mexico<br />

01-0830-22 • [EA] Comparative Analysis of the Global<br />

North’s and China’s Soft Power Over the African Media<br />

Landscape<br />

Success Osayi<br />

and Nihal Alaqabawy, Colorado-Boulder<br />

01-0830-23 • Vaccine Diplomacy in the Era of<br />

Covid-19: Framing News Coverage in International<br />

Broadcasters from China, Russia, the U.K., and U.S.<br />

Anna Young, Connecticut<br />

and Foluke Omosun, Sacred Heart University<br />

01-0830-24 • Up in the Air: Contesting Strategic<br />

Narratives in the International News Coverage<br />

of the U.S.-China Balloon Incident 2023<br />

Frankie Ho Chun Wong<br />

and Dinfin Mulupi, Maryland<br />

Discussant<br />

Lei Chen, Iowa<br />

Topic II — Social Media Use and International Issues<br />

01-0830-25 • Obstacles and Opportunities: Palestinian<br />

Youth Uses of Social Media to Promote International<br />

Solidarity<br />

Farid Abu Dheir, An-Najah National University,<br />

Brian J. Bowe, Western Washington,<br />

and Sodqi Mousa, Arab American University<br />

01-0830-26 • Examining the Effect and Mechanisms of<br />

Social Media Engagement-Enabled Mediated Contact on<br />

Attitudes toward Ukrainian Refugees<br />

Wenbo Li, Stony Brook, Shan Xu, Texas Tech,<br />

Masahiro Yamamoto, Albany,<br />

and Kerk Kee, Texas Tech<br />

01-0830-27 • Comparative Analysis of Online Social<br />

Support in Health: Brazilian and U.S. Facebook Groups<br />

on Diabetes*<br />

Fernanda da Silva, Annalise Baines,<br />

Hyunjin Seo, Macy Burkett, Rim Chaif, Nazra Izhar<br />

and Victoria Garcia, Kansas<br />

01-0830-28 • Social Media News Use Amplifies the<br />

Illusory Truth Effect of Viral Deepfakes: A Cross-national<br />

Study of Eight Countries<br />

Saifuddin Ahmed<br />

and Adeline Bee Wei Ting, Nanyang Technological<br />

University<br />

and Sheryl Wei Ting Ng, National University<br />

of Singapore<br />

Discussant<br />

Sara Shaban, Seattle Pacific<br />

Topic III — Journalist’s Role and Practice in a Global<br />

Context<br />

01-0830-29 • [EA] What is in the Book: In Search of<br />

Fact-Checking Code of Wthics?<br />

Ahmed Shatil Alam<br />

and Wahida Alam, Oklahoma,<br />

and H M Murtuza, Missouri State<br />

01-0830-30 • [EA] “I Am Working on Conflicting<br />

Expectations”: Collapsing Journalistic Roles<br />

in China’s Transnational Digital News Production<br />

Hai Wang, Washington and Bibo Lin, Oregon<br />

01-0830-31 • Mapping Journalistic Role Performance<br />

Across Five Arab Countries<br />

Claudia Kozman, Northwestern University in Qatar<br />

and Claudia Mellado, Pontificia Universidad<br />

Católica de Valparaíso, Chile<br />

01-0830-32 • [EA] Examining the Journalists of the<br />

Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project as<br />

an International Interpretive Community<br />

Kelsey Whipple, Massachusetts<br />

01-0830-33 • Forces Influencing Journalistic Practice:<br />

Bangladeshi Journalists’ Perceptions of Internal and<br />

External Pressures<br />

Sima Bhowmik<br />

and Hun Shik Kim, Colorado-Boulder<br />

01-0830-34 • Geographic Disparities within Digital<br />

Journalism Studies Research: A Meta-Analysis of an<br />

Emerging Field<br />

Manfred Asuman, Western Ontario<br />

and Brian Ekdale, Iowa<br />

Discussant<br />

Ruth Moon, Louisiana State<br />

Topic IV — Censorship, Chilling Effects, and<br />

Misinformation in Global Media<br />

01-0830-35 • Mob Censorship and Political Trolling<br />

of Journalists in Pakistan: An Analysis<br />

Haseeb Rehman, National University of Modern<br />

Languages (NUML), Islamabad<br />

01-0830-36 • [EA] Catalyzing Effects: Paradoxical<br />

Effects of Attempts to Chill on Journalism<br />

Taeyoung Lee, Josephine Lukito,<br />

Anita Varma and João Ozawa, Texas at Austin<br />

01-0830-37 • “You Cannot Sway them with Logic”:<br />

Journalists’ Responses to Public Support for Censorship<br />

in Kenya<br />

Meghan Sobel, Regis University<br />

and Job Mwaura, University of the Witwatersrand<br />

01-0830-38 • [EA] Investigating Cross-language<br />

Misinformation Mutations Using a Computational<br />

Approach<br />

Calvin Yixiang Cheng, University of Oxford,<br />

Dorian Quelle, Universität Zürich,<br />

and Scott Hale, University of Oxford


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41<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

01-0830-39 • Diversified Exposure Conciliates Biased<br />

Perceptions: Issue Involvement, Media Exposure<br />

Orientations, and Hostile Media Perception Toward<br />

Coverage of U.S.-China Trade Disputes<br />

Xudong Liu, Macau University of Science<br />

and Technology<br />

and Xigen Li, Shanghai University, China<br />

Discussant<br />

Sonali Kudva, Tampa<br />

*First Place, Latin American Communication Research<br />

and Researchers Award<br />

Visual Communication Division<br />

Topic I — Books, Politics, and AI<br />

01-0830-40 • Do Color Representations in Books<br />

Change over 20 Decades? An Empirical Analysis based<br />

on Google Books N-gram Corpus<br />

Lu Guan, Fudan University;<br />

Weiying Shi, City University of Hong Kong;<br />

Qianqian Li, Fudan University;<br />

and Mengmeng Wu, Fudan University<br />

01-0830-41 • Imaging Romance: A Comparison of<br />

Romantic Novel Covers in Chinese and English Network<br />

Literature Based on Cross-cultural Adaptation<br />

Xin Wen, Renmin University of China<br />

01-0830-42 • Photograph Quality in political Twitter<br />

during COVID-19<br />

Michael McCluskey, Anthony Cepak,<br />

and Samantha Belcher, Tennessee-Chattanooga<br />

01-0830-43 • Another Kind of Authenticity: The Visual<br />

Simulacra of Artificial Intelligence<br />

Shan Jiang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

Discussant<br />

Kelly Kaufhold, Texas State<br />

Topic II — Images and Identity<br />

01-0830-44 • Testing Effects of Perceptual Factors<br />

of Photography on Product Using Attachment<br />

Yimu Zhang, City University of Hong Kong<br />

01-0830-45 • Debunking Disguises and Correcting Self:<br />

The Effect of Visual Similarity on Correction Effects in<br />

Different Correction Situations<br />

Shuming Yang, Wuhan University<br />

01-0830-46 • E-cigarette Use Among Adolescents in<br />

China: The Influence of Identification and Parasocial<br />

Interactions with Film Characters<br />

Yujie Ni<br />

and Li Zhi, BNU-HKBU United International College<br />

01-0830-47 • [EA] Flips & Football: Gender<br />

Presentation and Sponsorships Collide in NCAA Name,<br />

Image and Likeness Policy for Collegiate Athletes<br />

Cara Hawkins-Jedlicka, Washington State<br />

and Andrea Hall, Middle Tennessee State<br />

Discussant<br />

Ross Taylor, Colorado-Boulder<br />

Topic III — Photojournalists and Social Media<br />

01-0830-48 • [EA] Do You “Like” My Selfie? Photoediting,<br />

Body Satisfaction and Well-being Among<br />

Female Emerging Adults<br />

Xiaowei Wu<br />

and Siqi Li, Renmin University of China<br />

01-0830-49 • [EA] Making the Invisible, Visible:<br />

Photojournalism and the Documentation of the COVID-<br />

19 Pandemic in a Gatekept Environment of Controlled<br />

Access<br />

Shane Epping, Wyoming<br />

01-0830-50 • [EA] The Influence of Photo Editors on<br />

Visual News Representation<br />

Tara Mortensen, South Carolina,<br />

Kyser Lough, Georgia, and<br />

Rachel Ford, South Carolina<br />

01-0830-51 • [EA] How Do Diverse Cues Affect Users’<br />

Selectivity and Duration of Incidental News Exposure on<br />

Social Media?<br />

Yani Zhao<br />

and Zijian (Harrison) Gong, Texas Tech<br />

01-0830-52 • [EA] Is The Journalist Coming?<br />

Photojournalists’ Identity Insecurities and Their Quest<br />

for Legitimacy in the Newsroom Hierarchy<br />

Lisa Krantz, Missouri<br />

and Ryan Thomas, Washington State<br />

Discussant<br />

Yung Soo Kim, Kentucky<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M014 Liberty Salon I (M4)<br />

Community Journalism Interest Group<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Redefining the Scope, Value, and Influence<br />

of Community Journalism<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Aaron Atkins, Weber State<br />

[EA] Staying Informed in an Emerging News Desert: A<br />

Community Information Needs Case Study<br />

Philip Napoli, Jamie Chornoby,<br />

Kaylee Rodriguez,<br />

and Asa Royal, Duke<br />

Monday


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44<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Spontaneous, Substantive, and Relational: Three<br />

Moments in the Study of Local Journalism<br />

Matthew Powers, Washington,<br />

and Sandra Vera-Zambrano, Universidad<br />

Iberoamericana<br />

Seeing After Believing: Exploring the Role of Personal<br />

Values in Civic News Use and Community Participation<br />

Emily Zhan and Esther Thorson, Michigan State,<br />

and Weiyue Chen, Butler<br />

Tucker Carlson and Creating Enemies: Us versus Them<br />

Dynamics in the Conservative Counter-sphere<br />

Burton Speakman, Kennesaw State,<br />

and Michael Dieringer and Larissa Lawrie, Missouri<br />

Discussant<br />

Karin Assmann, Georgia<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / M015 Marquis Salon 12/13 (M2)<br />

The Plank Center<br />

Networking Session<br />

Mentorship Coffee Hour<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Rosalynn Vasquez, Baylor and April Yue, Connecticut<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M016 Archives Room (M4)<br />

Broadcast and Mobile Journalism Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

From Podcasts to TikTok: Challenging Boundaries<br />

in the Evolving News Media Landscape<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Bill Silcock, Arizona State<br />

Blurring the Boundaries of Broadcast Journalism: Brands<br />

as Podcast Publishers<br />

David Dowling and Kylah Hedding, Iowa<br />

True Crime Podcasting: Journalistic Epistemology<br />

and Boundary Marking<br />

Phoebe Maares, University of Vienna,<br />

and Gregory Perreault, South Florida<br />

To Click or Not To Click? The role of News Sentiment<br />

and Platform Difference in Mobile Users’ News<br />

Readership<br />

Wan-Yun Yu, Rebecca Yu,<br />

and Yung-Ju Chang, National Yang Ming Chiao<br />

Tung University<br />

State Nationalism or Popular Nationalism? Analysing<br />

Media Coverage of TikTok Ban on Mainstream Indian<br />

TV News Channels*<br />

Anilesh Kumar, Hong Kong Baptist University<br />

[EA] Trending News: An Examination of Journalistic<br />

Form on TikTok<br />

Thom Crockett, Andrew Peacock,<br />

Willie Lieberman,<br />

and Michael Koliska, Georgetown<br />

Discussant<br />

Kelsey Whipple, Massachusetts-Amherst<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

* Second Place, Student Paper Competition<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M017Independence Salons A-E (M4)<br />

Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk<br />

Division<br />

Scholar-to-Scholar (Poster) Refereed Research Paper<br />

Session<br />

Topic I — Covid-19 on Social Media<br />

02-1030-01 • [EA] Promoting COVID-19 Vaccines via<br />

Misinformation Debunking Videos on TikTok<br />

Gaofei Li, Mengyu Li,<br />

and Sijia Yang, Wisconsin - Madison<br />

02-1030-02 • [EA] How Medical Experts Communicate<br />

with the Public on YouTube about COVID-19 +<br />

Seung Woo Chae, Indiana University Bloomington<br />

Harshit Shiroiya, Janice Chen, Drashti Shah,<br />

and Noriko Hara, Indiana-Bloomington<br />

02-1030-03 • [EA] Can Agenda Setting between Risk<br />

Communication Actors Reduce Public Risk Perception<br />

Bias: Evidence from Weibo During COVID-19<br />

Xinya Jiang, Lihan Yan,Yuanyuan Li,<br />

and Cheng-Jun Wang, Nanjing University<br />

02-1030-04 • [EA] Anger Shapes User Engagement<br />

of Moralized COVID-19-Related Tweets: Behavioral<br />

Evidence from Health Journalists<br />

Rongwei Tang,<br />

and Yuming Fang, Minnesota Twin Cities<br />

02-1030-05 • The Role of Optimistic Bias and Affect on<br />

Social Media Searches about COVID-19<br />

Laura Downey, and Ilwoo Ju, Purdue<br />

02-1030-06 • Mask Use by 2020 Presidential<br />

Candidates: Visio-Textual Framing Effects<br />

of COVID-19-related Social Media News Posts<br />

Aditi Rao, Saraswathi Bellur,<br />

and David Atkin, Connecticut


Monday Sessions<br />

45<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Topic II — Vaccine Beliefs, Behaviors, and Information-<br />

Sharing<br />

02-1030-07 • [EA] “There’s No Choice, Why Should<br />

I Care”: Vaccine Hesitancy Among Younger Adults in<br />

Hong Kong<br />

Yan Zeng, Wang Tat Chio,<br />

and Liling Zhu, Chinese University of Hong Kong;<br />

Ran Wei, Baptist University of Hong Kong<br />

and Dong Dong, Chinese University of Hong Kong<br />

02-1030-08 • [EA] Association Between Social Media<br />

Use and Vaccine Hesitancy: A Meta-analysis*<br />

Jinxu Li, Texas A&M;<br />

Yunsha Pu, Zhejiang University<br />

and Christopher Thompson, Texas A&M<br />

02-1030-09 • [EA] Communication and Response to the<br />

Malaria Vaccine Trials in the Assin Foso Sub-district of<br />

Ghana: An Interpretive Phenomenological Study<br />

Esi Thompson, Indiana<br />

02-1030-10 • [EA] Health Resource Distribution,<br />

Vaccine Attitude and Message Credibility: An Analysis<br />

Based on the HPV Vaccine Lottery in China<br />

Gang Wang, Shulun Wang,<br />

and Zhuo Zhang, Wuhan University<br />

02-1030-11 • Information Seeking about Vaccines:<br />

Institutional Trust, Perceived Benefits, and Individual vs.<br />

Collective Frames<br />

Porismita Borah, Washington State;<br />

Xizhu Xiao, Qingdao University; Xiaohui Cao,<br />

and Anastasia Vishnevskaya, Washington State<br />

02-1030-12 • Pluralistic Ignorance or a False<br />

Consensus? Republican Perceptions of In-group Vaccine<br />

Attitudes and Policy Support<br />

Graham Dixon, Blue Harville,<br />

and Sam Bashian, Ohio State<br />

02-1030-13 • When Balanced Isn’t Better: The Impact<br />

of Balanced Vaccine Information on Responses to<br />

Vaccine Promotion<br />

Mina Park, and Ning Li, Kangwon National University<br />

02-1030-14 • Predicting Chinese Women’s HPV<br />

Vaccination Intention: The Influence of Norms and Risk<br />

Perception<br />

Yuxin Li, Ruofei Gao,<br />

and Nainan Wen, Nanjing University<br />

Topic III — Climate Change Journalism<br />

02-1030-15 • [EA] The Role of Nationalism in Climate<br />

Reporting in the Global South: A Case Study of India +<br />

Lea Hellmueller,<br />

and Namrata Acharya, City University of London<br />

02-1030-16 • [EA] Semantic Features and Public<br />

Engagement on Social Media: Case Study of Climate<br />

NGOs and the Public’s Response to Them<br />

Eugene Kim,<br />

and Noriko Hara, Indiana-Bloomington<br />

02-1030-17 • “Dispelling Knowledge Complexity”:<br />

Using Weight-of-Experts Strategy To Communicate<br />

Climate Change Via Local Extreme Events<br />

Yang Yi, Dongqing Xu,<br />

and Nicholas Carcioppolo, Miami<br />

02-1030-18 • Constructing Climate Change as a Critical<br />

Incident: Journalists in the US Embrace Paradigm<br />

Reconsideration +<br />

Sohana Nasrin, Tampa<br />

02-1030-19 • DeSantis vs. NOAA: Who Are Florida<br />

Journalists Listening to on Climate Change?<br />

Alexandrea Matthews, Florida;<br />

Osama Albishri, King Abdulaziz University;<br />

Benjamin Lynn, Eliana DuBosar,<br />

and Spiro Kiousis, Florida<br />

Topic IV — Messaging about Health, Food, and the<br />

Environment<br />

02-1030-20 • [EA] Encouraging Car Seat Use by Parents<br />

with Fatalistic Beliefs: Formative Research and Message<br />

Design<br />

Susan Dun, Yara Mahrous,<br />

Temesgen Tewolde, Hatim Rachdi, Sam Meekings,<br />

and Natasha Das, Northwestern University in Qatar<br />

02-1030-21 • [EA] A Mixed-Method Approach to<br />

Determine Salient Message Themes for Promoting<br />

Active Pro-Environmental Behavior Intentions Among<br />

Coastal Residents in the U.S.<br />

Yidi Wang, Jiaying Liu,<br />

and Jennifer L. Gay, Georgia<br />

02-1030-22 • [EA] Risk Framing or Efficacy Framing?<br />

How Does Psychological Distance Affect Women’s<br />

Breast Cancer Screening Intention in China<br />

Xiqian Zou, Tsinghua University;<br />

and Xiang Ou, Nanning Normal University<br />

02-1030-23 • How Healthy and Unhealthy<br />

Food Appears in Children’s Movies and Series: A<br />

Comprehensive Content Analysis<br />

Alice Binder, University of Vienna;<br />

Brigitte Naderer, Medical University of Vienna;<br />

Jörg Matthes, University of Vienna;<br />

Raffael Heiss, Management Center Innsbruck;<br />

Ines Spielvogel, Michaela Forrai, Helena Knupfer,<br />

and Melanie Saumer, University of Vienna<br />

02-1030-24 • Recognition and Comprehension Across<br />

Message Appeal and Media Format: Decoding Memory<br />

Performance in Health Communication—An ERP Study<br />

Xuejiao Chen, Beijing Normal University,<br />

Yanyun Wang, Illinois at Urbana Champaign,<br />

and Guoming Yu, Beijing Normal University<br />

02-1030-25 • What’s the Benefit? Examining Effective<br />

Appeals for Plant-based Foods<br />

Soobin Choi<br />

and P. Sol Hart, Michigan<br />

Monday


46<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

02-1030-26 • Culturally Competent Health Reporting:<br />

The Influences of News Sources and Formats<br />

Dianne Garyantes, Rowan<br />

and Priscilla Murphy, Temple<br />

Topic V — Communication Technology and Social<br />

Connectedness<br />

02-1030-27 • [EA] Role of Matched Support in Relapse<br />

Prevention Among People with Alcohol Use Disorder +<br />

Tae Joon Moon, Texas Health Science Center<br />

at San Antonio<br />

02-1030-28 • Communication Using Digital Media,<br />

Social Connectedness, and Environmental Engagements<br />

among Adolescents<br />

Sun Young Lee, Wisconsin-Madison<br />

02-1030-29 • The Use of Technology to Communicate<br />

Environmental Sustainability at Expo 2020 in Dubai<br />

Yulia Medvedeva, Zayed University<br />

02-1030-30 • Subjective Health Beliefs and Objective<br />

Sensor Monitoring: Intervention Effect of Home and<br />

School on Children’s Oral Health<br />

Zefeng Lin, Zipeng Zhu, and Bolin Cao<br />

02-1030-31 • Examining the Role of Individual and<br />

Structural Attributes in Smoking Cessation with Gender<br />

Differences through Egocentric Social Network Analysis<br />

Sijia Liu, Hsi-Chen Wu, Siying Yang,<br />

and Liang Chen, Tsinghua University<br />

Topic VI — Narrative and Humor in Health and<br />

Environmental Communication<br />

02-1030-32 • [EA] Blood Oath or Bleed Out?: The<br />

Impact of Blood Donations<br />

Kara Villarreal,<br />

and Mary Liz Brooks, West Texas A&M<br />

02-1030-33 • Breaking Myths of Organ Donation:<br />

Promoting Sign-ups with Narrative Integration and<br />

Persuasion Focus<br />

Sisi Hu, Arkansas<br />

and Amanda Hinnant, Missouri<br />

02-1030-34 • How Identity-based Storytelling Affects<br />

Empowerment: An Environmental Justice Public<br />

Deliberation Experiment Among Latinx Community<br />

Members<br />

Amanda Molder, Isabel Villanueva,<br />

and Kaiping Chen, Wisconsin - Madison<br />

02-1030-35 • The Order Effects of Humor and Risk<br />

Messaging Strategies in Public Service Announcements<br />

Promoting COVID-19 Vaccinations: The Moderating<br />

Role of Trust in Science<br />

Hanyoung Kim, Kentucky, Hye Jin Yoon,<br />

Jeong Yeob Han, Ja Kyung Seo,<br />

and Youngjee Ko, Georgia<br />

Topic VII — Health Organizations and Community<br />

Health<br />

02-1030-36 • [EA] Sexual and Reproductive Health<br />

in Rohingya Refugee Setting: Examining the Impact of<br />

Couple Communication<br />

Muhammad Zakaria, Md Khadimul Islam,<br />

and Muhammad Aminul Islam, Wayne State<br />

02-1030-37 • Pandemic Lessons from Nonprofit<br />

Leaders: Insights from and for Community Resilience in<br />

Appalachia<br />

Geah Pressgrove, West Virginia,<br />

Christen Buckley, Florida<br />

and Julia Fraustino, West Virginia<br />

02-1030-38 • Posted in Error: Did the CDC’s Retraction<br />

of Aerosol Guidance Undercut Its Public Reputation?<br />

Traci Hong, Zilu Tang, Jiaxi Wu, Eleanor Murray,<br />

Derry Wijaya, and Christopher Beaudoin, Boston<br />

02-1030-39 • Burnout on the Rise and Communication<br />

Officials in Local Health Departments Likely to Leave<br />

Public Health Field<br />

Muhammad Ittefaq, James Madison<br />

02-1030-40 • Tweets that Matter: Exploring the<br />

Solutions to Maternal Mortality in the United States<br />

Discussed by Advocacy Organizations on Twitter<br />

Diane Ezeh Aruah, Tennessee State,<br />

Yvonne Henshaw, Air Liquide<br />

and Kim Walsh-Childers, Florida<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

+ Third Place Student Paper<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M018 Liberty Salon N (M4)<br />

Communication Technology Division<br />

High Density Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Brian G. Smith, Brigham Young<br />

Topic I — AI, Bots, and ChatGPT<br />

The Impact of AI on Crisis Communication: A Study of<br />

Public Perceptions and Trust<br />

Travis Loof, Rachel Ehlers, Prah Haider,<br />

Julia Lobo Paes, Rachel Spinks,<br />

and Ben Gellerman, South Dakota<br />

Can AI Journalism Reduce Hostile Media Perceptions?<br />

Findings from Two Experiments<br />

Estel Huh, Emily Kubin,<br />

and Christian von Sikorski, University of<br />

Kaiserslautern-Landau


Monday Sessions<br />

47<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Voices of the Future: Insights from Academics about<br />

ChatGPT’s Impact on Teaching, Research, Assessment,<br />

and Learning<br />

M. Laeeq Khan, Ohio, Aqdas Malik,<br />

and Khalid Hussain, Sultan Qaboos University<br />

Topic II — Gaming and the Virtual Experience<br />

Winning the Game Against Fake News? Using Games<br />

to Inoculate Adolescents and Young Adults in Singapore<br />

Against Fake News<br />

Edson Tandoc Jr.<br />

and Seth Seet, Nanyang Technological U<br />

Whom Do You Want to Be Friends With An Extroverted<br />

or an Introverted Avatar? Impacts of the Uncanny Valley<br />

Effect and Conversational Cues<br />

Se Jung Kim, SUNY Polytechnic Institute,<br />

Heejae Lee, Shengjie Yao,<br />

and T.Makana Chock, Syracuse<br />

Drivers and Barriers of Joining Virtual Brand<br />

Experiences: Metaverse Implications<br />

Hyehyun Julia Kim<br />

and Sylvia Chan-Olmsted, Florida<br />

Topic III — Social Media Uses and Effects<br />

Maliciously Trolling and Insulting Others on Social<br />

Media: The Role of Social Media News Use, Culture of<br />

Impunity, and Social Media Envy<br />

Manuel Goyanes, Carlos III University,<br />

Isabel Inguanzo;<br />

and Homero Gil de Zúñiga, University of<br />

Salamanca / Pennsylvania State University<br />

Reality Check: The Effects of Hiding Dislikes on<br />

YouTube’s User Behavior<br />

Maggie Zhang<br />

and Yee Man Margaret Ng, Illinois Urbana<br />

Champaign<br />

Topic IV — Uses of Technology in Communication:<br />

Apps, VR, and Platforms<br />

Longitudinal Outcomes of Dating App Decisioning: Just<br />

Swipe or Swipe Right?<br />

Marina Thomas, Anja Stevic,<br />

and Jörg Matthes, University of Vienna<br />

To Skip or Not to Skip: Eye-tracking Skippable Ads<br />

Under Varying Levels of Arousal<br />

Othello Richards, Jason Freeman,<br />

and Austin Camper, Brigham Young<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M019 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

International Communication Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Social Activism in the Age of Instagram and<br />

TikTok: Comparative Perspectives from<br />

the Global South<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Rana Arafat, City, University of London<br />

Panelists<br />

Laila Abbas, American University in Cairo<br />

Hanan Badr, Paris Lodron University Salzburg<br />

Andre Rodarte, Texas at Austin<br />

Lindsey Blumell, City, University of London<br />

Rana Arafat, City, University of London<br />

Sanam Mahoozi, City, University of London<br />

Joao Vicente Seno Ozawa, Texas at Austin<br />

This panel aims to enable a scholarly discussion to examine<br />

how new social media platforms such as TikTok and<br />

Instagram allow for producing personalized visual political<br />

content enabling younger publics in the Global South<br />

to engage in connective action. Focusing on online social<br />

and political movements in the Global South, the panel<br />

puts together a group of scholars from all over the world<br />

who will discuss the use of new social media platforms<br />

for political and social causes.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M020 Independence Salon F/G (M4)<br />

Magazine Media Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Is “Mother” on the Cover? Should You “Look<br />

Up”? Science and Health Journalism in an Era<br />

of Misinformation<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Carol Zuegner, Creighton<br />

and Mariette DiChristina, Boston<br />

Panelists<br />

Erin Wayman, Science News<br />

Kate Sheppard, The Assembly, North Carolina<br />

at Chapel Hill<br />

Michelle A. Amazeen, Boston<br />

Laura Helmuth, Scientific American<br />

Margaret Orr, George Mason<br />

Frank Sesno, George Washington<br />

Monday


48<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M021 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Newspaper and Online News and Media Management,<br />

Economics and Entrepreneurship Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Making Metajournalistic Discourse:<br />

Media Journalists on Media and Politics<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Nikki Usher, San Diego<br />

Panelists<br />

Jack Shafer, Politico<br />

David Folkenflik, NPR<br />

Elahe Izadi, Washington Post<br />

Denetra Walker, Georgia<br />

Much of the conversation around the future of the news<br />

media begins with the reporting and analysis of journalists<br />

who cover or produce commentary on the media<br />

beat. However, the process of reporting on news companies,<br />

press/politics relations, questions of diversity and<br />

inclusion in journalism, and platform companies has<br />

received less discussion among scholars and journalists<br />

alike. We discuss concerns that top-flight media reporters<br />

and columnists have for the future of the news media,<br />

their approach to covering democratic backsliding and<br />

rising authoritarianism, and the difficulties and challenges<br />

that come from reporting and commenting about<br />

the industry/companies these journalists work for and in.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M022 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Public Relations<br />

and Cultural and Critical Studies Divisions<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Strategic Communication and Critical Branding<br />

Research: Examining Issues of Race, Gender,<br />

and Culture<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Luke Capizzo, Missouri<br />

Panelists<br />

Eric Adae, Drake<br />

Tugce Ertem-Eray, North Carolina State<br />

Pablo Miño, Boston<br />

Teresa Tackett, Arkansas<br />

This panel proposes to focus on race, gender, and cultural<br />

approaches to strategic communication and critical<br />

branding research. Our mission is to continue the alreadyexisting<br />

efforts by AEJMC to push for more inclusivity in<br />

their scheduled activities and events by featuring a panel<br />

of young scholars from different backgrounds who share<br />

a common thread of research focused on critical-cultural<br />

studies, branding, and strategic communication.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M023 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

Scholastic Journalism and Law and Policy Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Student Press Freedom from Tinker to New Voices<br />

and Beyond<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Calvin L. Hall, North Carolina Central<br />

Panelists<br />

Leslie Klein, Georgia<br />

Genelle Belmas, Kansas<br />

Frank LoMonte, CNN<br />

Gary Green, Student Press Law Center<br />

This panel will discuss the protection of student press<br />

freedom over the last five decades, with an emphasis on<br />

legal cases and social-political movements that have both<br />

increased the area of protection and decreased that area.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M024 Monument Room (M4)<br />

AEJMC Council of Affiliates<br />

and College Media Association<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Issues Facing the Campus Press<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Elizabeth Smith, Pepperdine<br />

Exploring Editorial Leadership: Leadership<br />

and Motivation in Scholastic Journalism<br />

Julie Lewis, Central Montana<br />

and Vincent F. Filak, Wisconsin-Oshkosh<br />

Social Justice in Campus Media: How Magazine<br />

Journalists Respond to the Police Killing<br />

of Breonna Taylor<br />

Carol Terracina-Hartman, Murray State<br />

Student Newsrooms, Political Climate and Coverage<br />

of Censorship<br />

Ryan Medders, Sharon Docter,<br />

and Kirstie Hettinga, California Lutheran


Monday Sessions<br />

49<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Reaching New Audiences: Student News Organizations’<br />

Spanish-language Coverage<br />

Carrollyne Aasen, Rachel Martinez,<br />

LaVerne Seales, Kirstie Hettinga,<br />

Monica Gracyalny,<br />

and Sheridan Wigginton, California Lutheran<br />

Learning from Their Experience: What Journalism<br />

Educators Can Learn from Journalists Who Covered<br />

Trauma<br />

Theodore G. Petersen, Florida Institute of Technology<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M025 Liberty Salon J/K (M4)<br />

Panelists<br />

Cathy M. Jackson, Norfolk State<br />

Sharon Bramlett Solomon, Arizona State<br />

Proshot Kalami, Norfolk State<br />

Morgan Kirby, Texas Southern<br />

This panel will explore whether and how mass media<br />

industries’ messages and production impact the mental<br />

health of Black women. Versions of critical race theories<br />

will be used to determine how selected reality and scripted<br />

TV shows, social media, and movies depict stories and<br />

characters that can do more harm than good.<br />

Monday<br />

Commission on Graduate Education<br />

and Advertising Division<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Graduate Student and Early Career Professional<br />

Development and Network Building<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Eunjin (Anna) Kim, Southern California<br />

Panelists<br />

Linwan Wu, South Carolina<br />

Weilu Zhang, Kentucky<br />

Mohammed Ademo, Maryland, College Park<br />

Vy Luong, Missouri<br />

Nisha Sridharan, Arizona State<br />

This interactive panel aims to bring together graduate<br />

students and early career scholars and to provide them<br />

with the professional skills needed for their academic<br />

careers. The panel allows graduate students and early<br />

career scholars to learn from senior scholars’ and their<br />

peers’ insights and experiences in their field of study.<br />

Topics may include managing your advisors, dealing with<br />

imposter syndrome, writing research proposals, preparing<br />

for prelims, navigating the job market (industry and academia),<br />

teaching (your first) class, advising students, and<br />

creating an online presence, to name a few.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M026 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Commission on the Status of Minorities and Minorities<br />

and Communication Division<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Behind the Fourth Wall: Mass Media Isn’t Always<br />

Good for Black Women and Their Mental Health<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Lillie M. Fears, Arkansas State<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M027 Liberty Salon O-P (M4)<br />

Participatory Journalism Interest Group<br />

and Mass Communication and Society Division<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Documenters: Growing a National Participatory<br />

Civic Media Network<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Max Resnik, Documenters Network Manager,<br />

City Bureau<br />

Panelists<br />

Lawrence Daniel Caswell, Managing Editor,<br />

Community at Signal Cleveland<br />

Serena Garcia, Atlanta Documenters Civic Producer<br />

Fiona Morgan, independent media researcher<br />

This panel brings together program managers and<br />

City Bureau staff to discuss the core curriculum for<br />

Documenters and local evolutions and innovations cocreated<br />

with local Documenters and newsrooms. We’ll<br />

also hear from an independent researcher who has been<br />

looking at Documenters as a case study of how journalism<br />

can connect with broader civic infrastructure.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M028 Mint Room (M4)<br />

JHistory Internet Group<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Will Generative AI (ChatGPT, Bard, Etc.) Change<br />

Everything, Everywhere, All at Once… or Not?<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

David T. Z. Mindich, Temple


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Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Panelists<br />

Elliot King, Loyola Maryland<br />

Melita Garza, Illinois at Urbana Champaign<br />

Zef Segal, The Open University of Isreal<br />

Kim Pearson, College of New Jersey<br />

Four scholars interested in media history will examine<br />

generative AI against the backdrop of media history. We<br />

will explore how ChatGPT, etc. might change how we<br />

study and produce media content. The panel will be followed<br />

by an open-ended discussion.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / M029 Chinatown Room (M3)<br />

SPJ-Google News Initiative<br />

Workshop Session<br />

SPJ Google News Initiative Media Storytelling<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Deb Aikat, North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2022-23<br />

President, AEJMC<br />

Workshop Trainer<br />

Lara Salahi, Endicott College, Beverly, MA<br />

The workshop will cover best practices in research and<br />

verification, as well as tools and strategies to examine<br />

trending issues, frame stories and visualize data. All<br />

workshop participants will receive access to Google<br />

News Initiative University Network curriculum and training<br />

materials/lesson plans to use in their teaching and<br />

research projects. Please download Google Chrome and<br />

have your Gmail account ready to go for this hands-on<br />

workshop. The workshop is free, but we encourage you<br />

to sign up to attend. Limited seats.<br />

11 a.m. to 5 p.m. / M030 Independence Salon H (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication and Association of Schools of<br />

Journalism and Mass Communication<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Institute for Diverse Leadership in Journalism<br />

and Communication (IDL)<br />

2023-24 Jennifer H. McGill Fellows (Incoming)<br />

Masudul Biswas, Loyola<br />

Bill Cassidy, Northern Illinois<br />

Deborah Chung, Kentucky<br />

Sydney Dillard, DePaul<br />

Nathaniel Frederick, II, Winthrop<br />

YoungAh Lee, Ball State<br />

Regina Luttrell, Syracuse<br />

Nathian Shae Rodriguez, San Diego State<br />

Session open only to IDL Jennifer H. McGill Fellows.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M031 Liberty Salon J-K (M4)<br />

History Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Black Press, Arts & Culture<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Marquita Smith, Mississippi<br />

Panelists<br />

Mark Dolan, Mississippi<br />

Bernell Tripp, Florida<br />

Hamil Harris, The Washington Post<br />

This panel explores an often less-discussed role of the<br />

black press in disseminating African American arts and<br />

culture. Panelists would reflect on black publications<br />

as venues for the expression of arts and culture, as well<br />

as forums for the critique of literary, musical, and visual<br />

work.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M032 Monument Room (M4)<br />

International Communication Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Election Coverage, Communication,<br />

and Contested Results<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Stephen Ssenkaba, Oregon<br />

The Communication Mediation Model and Election<br />

Integrity: Media Use, Cognitive Needs, Election Fraud<br />

Claims and Vote Decision in the U.S. and South Korea<br />

Heysung Lee<br />

and Hernando Rojas, Wisconsin – Madison<br />

Obstacles and Engagement: How (Perceptions of)<br />

Electoral Fraud and Voter Inducement Shape Turnout in<br />

Nigeria<br />

Oluseyi Adegbola, Tennessee, Knoxville<br />

and Jacob Groshek Kansas State<br />

The Audience Logic in Election News Reporting on<br />

Facebook: What Drives Audience Engagement in<br />

Transitional Democracies of Albania and Kosovo?<br />

Lindita Camaj Houston,<br />

Erlis Çela Beder University College,<br />

and Gjylie Rexha, UBT University, Kosovo


Monday Sessions<br />

51<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Contesting the Meaning of January 8, the Assault on the<br />

Brazilian Capital<br />

Dariya Tsyrenzhapova, Joseph Straubhaar,<br />

and Silvia Dalben Furtado, Texas at Austin<br />

Women Journalists on the Target of Bolsonaro: An<br />

Analysis Using Twitter During Brazilian Election<br />

Campaign in 2022*<br />

Silvia Dalben Furtado,<br />

Ningyuan Ma, Sungwon Jung,<br />

and Melissa Santillana, Texas at Austin<br />

Discussant<br />

Vanessa de Macedo Higgins Joyce, Texas State<br />

* Third Place, Latin American Communication Research<br />

and Researchers Award<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M033 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Law and Policy Division and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,<br />

Transgender, Queer Interest Group<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Don’t Say Gay: How States are Silencing<br />

Expression About Sexual Orientation and Gender<br />

Identity<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Caitlin Carlson, Seattle<br />

Panelists<br />

Isreal Balderas, Elon<br />

Minjie Li, Tennessee<br />

Chelsea Reynolds, California State-Fullerton<br />

Jason Shepard, California State-Fullerton<br />

Following Florida’s lead, at least 20 states have introduced<br />

bills prohibiting public elementary school teachers<br />

from using a curriculum that addresses topics related to<br />

gender identity and sexual orientation. This panel will<br />

examine the chilling effect the proposed and enacted legislation<br />

will likely have on young people and educators’<br />

free expression. We’ll also discuss activists’ narratives to<br />

counter this effort and consider how media can be utilized<br />

to aid in resistance.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M034 Independence Salons A-E<br />

(M4)<br />

Mass Communication and Society and Minorities and<br />

Communication Divisions, and Community Journalism<br />

Interest Group<br />

Scholar-to-Scholar (Poster) Refereed Research Paper<br />

Session<br />

Mass Communication and Society Division<br />

Topic I — Health Messaging Across Platforms<br />

03-1230-01 • Instagram #Sober Journeys: How Relapse<br />

Narratives and Viewing Orders Contribute<br />

to Destigmatization on Social Media<br />

Hang Lu, Michigan<br />

03-1230-02 • The Spread of Pro- and Anti-Vaccine<br />

Views by Coordinated Communities on Social Media in<br />

the Time of COVID-19<br />

Yunya Song, Hong Kong Baptist,<br />

Xian Yang, Manchester, and Qintao Huang<br />

and Zhijun Song, Hong Kong Baptist<br />

03-1230-03 • Exploring the Role of Education and<br />

Perceived E-Health Literacy in Knowledge Gap Across<br />

Media Presentation<br />

Liang Chen, Yunsong Li<br />

and Xinying Tan, Tsinghua University<br />

03-1230-04 • [EA] Communicating Type 2 Diabetes:<br />

Social Determinants of Health Cues in Print News<br />

Media<br />

Md Khadimul Islam, Wayne State<br />

Discussant<br />

Sara Yeo, Utah<br />

Topic II — Fact-Checking and News-Seeking<br />

03-1230-05 • Seeing An Unlikely Truth: Do Video<br />

Fact Checks and “Unlikely Sources” Facilitate Belief<br />

Correction?<br />

Viorela Dan, Innsbruck,<br />

and Renita Coleman, Texas at Austin<br />

03-1230-06 • Exposure and Elaboration: The<br />

Conditional Effect of Fact-Checking on Misinformation<br />

Accuracy Perception<br />

Soeun Yang, Korea Advanced Institute of Science<br />

and Technology,<br />

Eun Cheol Choi, Southern California,<br />

and Chul-joo Lee, Seoul National University<br />

03-1230-07 • To Switch to Big Screens or Not: The<br />

Effect of News Features and Device on News-Seeking<br />

and Transportation in Digital Space<br />

Ian Hawkins<br />

and Mingxiao Sui, Alabama at Birmingham<br />

Monday


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Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

03-1230-08 • Can Artificial Intelligence Save Public<br />

Communication? Source Labeling Effects in Fact-<br />

Checking for Risky Science Issues<br />

Won-Ki Moon, Florida,<br />

and Lee Ann Kahlor, Texas at Austin<br />

Discussant<br />

Anne Oeldorf-Hirsch, Connecticut<br />

Topic III - Journalism, Ideology and Media Trust<br />

03-1230-09 • In Diversity We Trust?: Examining the<br />

Effects of Ideological Diversity on Media Trust<br />

Eliana DuBosar and Jay Hmielowski, Florida,<br />

and Muhammad Rasul, California- Davis<br />

03-1230-10 • Does Media Diet Diversity Affect Media<br />

Trust? An Investigation into Their Connections<br />

Tien-Tsung Lee, Macau, Yuki Fujioka, Georgia State,<br />

and Jiawei Tu, Macau<br />

03-1230-11 • Caught in the Balance: Examining the<br />

Effects of Journalist Ideology and News Story Credibility<br />

Jay Hmielowski, Brittany Shaughnessy<br />

and Luna Pittet Gonzalez, Florida<br />

03-1230-12 • The Perceived but “Neglected” Pandemic:<br />

A Moderated Mediation Model of Media Exposure, Fear<br />

and Avoidance Coping Among Macao Residents<br />

Qingrui Li, Kun Peng, Xudong Liu<br />

and Zhen Sun, Macau University of Science<br />

and Technology,<br />

and Piper Liping Liu, Macau<br />

Discussant<br />

Kirstie Hettinga, California Lutheran<br />

Topic IV – Online Incivility and News Framing<br />

03-1230-13 • Linking Exposure to Uncivil Online<br />

Comments to Decreased Political Knowledge:<br />

The Mediating Role of Active News Avoidance<br />

Alberto Ardèvol-Abreu, Héctor Centeno Martín<br />

and Sheila Guerrero Rojas, Universidad de La<br />

Laguna<br />

03-1230-14 • Tuning Out or Voice Out: Silencing<br />

Effects of Xenophobic Outgroup Cues in COVID-19<br />

News Coverage<br />

Yiming Wang, Ran Tao<br />

and Sijia Yang, Wisconsin-Madison<br />

03-1230-15 • The Framing of the Anti-Critical Race<br />

Theory (CRT) Bills in the News<br />

Delaware Arif, Pavica Sheldon, Andrea Parker<br />

and Angie Yerovi, South Alabama<br />

03-1230-16 • Disney in Black and White: An Analysis<br />

of Race Representation Within Disney Animated Films<br />

Abbie Speed, Pamela Brubaker<br />

and Jessica Zurcher, Brigham Young<br />

Topic V – Journalistic Experience and Audience Impact<br />

03-1230-17 • [EA] Black Journalists’ Motivations,<br />

Considerations, and Strategies Concerning<br />

Contentious Topics on Social Media<br />

Erin Perry, Wayne State<br />

03-1230-18 • [EA] Journalism Under the Taliban:<br />

Understanding the Lived Experiences of Journalists<br />

in Afghanistan<br />

Sayyed Shah, Jacksonville State,<br />

Ahmadullah Archival, Connecticut,<br />

and Shah Sawar Khan, New Mexico<br />

03-1230-19 • Audience Expectation of the Journalistic<br />

Roles Under Democratic Backsliding: The Case of Hong<br />

Kong<br />

Lu Wei Rose Luqiu, Hong Kong Baptist,<br />

and Shuning Lu, North Dakota State<br />

03-1230-20 • [EA] Perceived Organizational Effects on<br />

Mental Health in the Newsroom<br />

Kayli Plotner<br />

and Patrick Ferrucci, Colorado-Boulder<br />

Discussant<br />

Gretchen Hoak, Kent State<br />

Topic VI – News, Agendas and Going Viral<br />

03-1230-21 • “Flattening the Curve”: Communication,<br />

Risk and the Covid-19 Pandemic in Turkey<br />

Mohamed Ben Moussa, University of Sharjah,<br />

Aziz Douai, Regina,<br />

and Mehmet Yalcin Parmaksiz, Canada West<br />

03-1230-22 • Negative Sentiment, Virality, and Media<br />

Bias: A Computational Analysis of News Content on<br />

Social Media*<br />

Christian Staal Bruun Overgaard, Texas at Austin<br />

03-1230-23 • Cursed Conspiracy Cascades: The<br />

Reciprocal Relationship Between Conspiracy<br />

Mentality and Social Media Political Homophily<br />

Gregor Rettenegger, Gothenburg,<br />

and Homero Gil de Zúñiga, Salamanca<br />

& Pennsylvania State<br />

03-1230-24 • Will Sudden Events and Outbreak<br />

Discussions Affect the Stability of the Agenda?<br />

A Study on the Agenda Structure Based on Social Media<br />

En Zheng, Tsinghua University,<br />

Haiya Kang, Qingdao Agriculture University,<br />

Yan Zhang, Tianjin Normal University,<br />

Mao Zhao, Chengdu Normal University,<br />

and Y. Zhang, Nanchang University<br />

Discussant<br />

Fan Yang, South Florida<br />

Discussant<br />

Brad Gorham, Syracuse


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Topic VII — Mediated Advocacy and Collective Action<br />

03-1230-25 • When the Right Riots: How Ideology,<br />

Protest Tolerance, Authoritarianism and News<br />

Consumption Affect Perceptions of the US Capitol<br />

Insurrection<br />

Rachel R. Mourão<br />

and Danielle K. Brown, Michigan State<br />

03-1230-26 • On Being Human: An Investigation of<br />

Virtual Influencers and Activism<br />

Haley R. Hatfield<br />

and Aarum Youn-Heil, Georgia<br />

03-1230-27 • An Angry, Hopeful, or Efficacious Citizen:<br />

Information, Emotion, and Participation in an Emerging<br />

Democracy<br />

Oluseyi Adegbola, Tennessee, Knoxville,<br />

and Weiwu Zhang, Ball State<br />

03-1230-28 • Using Social Media to Motivate Collective<br />

Actions: An Experimental Study of Twitter Message<br />

Frames and Engagement Cues Related<br />

to the #StopAsianHate Movement<br />

Tianting Zhang, Missouri-Columbia<br />

Discussant<br />

Hazel Cole, West Georgia<br />

Topic VIII — Perceptions of Media Messaging and<br />

Consumer Behavior<br />

03-1230-29 • Purposeful Purchasing: Third Person<br />

Perceptions of Women-Owned and Minority-Owned<br />

Branding<br />

Andrea Bergstrom, Coastal Carolina,<br />

Clay Craig, Texas State,<br />

Shannon Bichard, Texas Tech,<br />

and Mary Liz Brooks, West Texas A&M<br />

03-1230-30 • Why Does Anyone Buy an NFT in China?<br />

Perceived Values in the Digital Age<br />

Zishan Ding and Runping Zhu, Lanzhou<br />

03-1230-31 • Food for Thought: An Examination<br />

of Brand Messages and Consumer Attitudes about<br />

Alternatively Produced Food Choices<br />

Mary Liz Brooks, West Texas A&M,<br />

Shannon Bichard, Texas Tech,<br />

Clay Craig, Texas State,<br />

and Andrea Bergstrom, Coastal Carolina<br />

03-1230-32 • An Uphill Battle: Using Framing to<br />

Overcome Unwed-Mother Stereotypes<br />

and Elicit Donations<br />

Patti Douglass<br />

and Melissa R Gotlieb, Texas Tech<br />

Discussant<br />

Ruoxu Wang, Memphis<br />

Topic IX – Identity, Privacy and Communication<br />

Technology<br />

03-1230-33 • A Pilot Study of Predicting Self-<br />

Censorship on Sensitive Topics on Chinese SNS<br />

Yezi Hu, Washington State<br />

03-1230-34 • Does the Privacy Paradox Exist? A Meta-<br />

Analysis of Privacy Concerns and Information Disclosure<br />

of Internet Users<br />

Yue Wang, Catholic University of Leuven,<br />

and Xinmiao Zhang, Bristol<br />

03-1230-35 • I, Structure, and Dasein: Qualitative<br />

Exploration of Adults’ Experiences with Digital<br />

Information and Communication Technologies<br />

in the Context of Aging<br />

Anastasia Kononova, Barikisu Issaka<br />

and Moldir Moldagaliyeva, Michigan State,<br />

Lin Li, California, Irvine,<br />

and Vladislava Sukhanovskaya<br />

and Fei Sun, Michigan State<br />

03-1230-36 • From Elites to Losers? Counterpublic<br />

Collective Identity of Small-Town Swots in<br />

Contemporary China<br />

Jie Cui, Shanghai Jiao Tong<br />

Discussant<br />

Alec Tefertiller, Baylor<br />

Topic X — Mediated Relationships and Effects Among<br />

Groups<br />

03-1230-37 • Build a Tighter Bond: A Grounded Theory<br />

Analysis of Social Interactive Labor on MOBA Games<br />

Zhiyun Chen, Shanghai Jiao Tong,<br />

Baike Yao, Fudan,<br />

and Kaibo Yao, Zhejiang Gongshang<br />

03-1230-38 • The Long Farewell: Continuous<br />

Communication and Social Discussion<br />

on Vloggers’ Memorialized Accounts<br />

Langcheng Zhang<br />

and Stella Xin Yin, Nanyang Technological<br />

03-1230-39 • Local Familiar Strangers in Digitalizing<br />

Urban Neighborhoods in Seoul<br />

Yong-Chan Kim, Miran Pyun,<br />

Hyejin Shin and Lu Fang, Yonsei<br />

03-1230-40 • [EA] Redefining Aging: Motivations and<br />

Role Dilemmas in the Production of Douyin Content by<br />

China’s “Elderly Internet Celebrity”<br />

Jiaojiao Ma, Shanghai Jiao Tong<br />

Discussant<br />

Terri Hernandez, Mississippi State<br />

* Third Place, Student Competition Paper, Mass<br />

Communication and Society Division


Monday Sessions<br />

55<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Minorities and Communication Division<br />

Topic — MAC Make(s) History<br />

03-1230-41 • Then and Now, Newsroom Diversity<br />

Matters for Mississippi’s Black Journalists<br />

Sima Bhowmik, Colorado-Boulder,<br />

Marquita Smith and Debora Wenger, Mississippi<br />

03-1230-42 • Reaching for Reconciliation: Reader<br />

Responses to Seven Newspapers’ Apologies for Histories<br />

of Racist Coverage<br />

Michael Fuhlhage, Anna Lindner,<br />

Keena Shante Neal<br />

and Kirby Phillips, Wayne State<br />

03-1230-43 • A Different Side: How World View<br />

Impacted News Coverage of Massive Resistance in a<br />

Black-Owned Newspaper in Charlottesville, VA<br />

Manuel Chavez<br />

and Michele Joseph, Michigan State<br />

03-1230-44 • Oxford Town: The 1962 Integration of<br />

the University of Mississippi as Portrayed in New York<br />

Times Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger and the Black Press<br />

Kathleen Wickham, Mississippi<br />

Discussant<br />

Celeste González de Bustamante, Texas at Austin<br />

Discussant<br />

Sharon Bramlett-Solomon, Arizona State<br />

Topic — Social Media/Media Portrayals<br />

03-1230-51 • Flipping the Script: How Deb Haaland<br />

Used Social Media to Question Native American<br />

Stereotypes<br />

Newly Paul, North Texas<br />

03-1230-52 • Andscape, “Where Blackness is Infinite:”<br />

A Critical Race Analysis of Brian Flores’ NFL Lawsuit<br />

Coverage<br />

Christina Myers, South Carolina<br />

03-1230-53 • #FreePervisPayne: How Social Media<br />

Discourse Affected a Capital Punishment Case<br />

Oakley Weddle, Memphis<br />

03-1230-54 • Staying Connected in Times of<br />

Uncertainty: Small Historically Black Colleges and<br />

Universities’ Information Sharing on Instagram<br />

During the COVID-19 Pandemic*<br />

Pamela Peters, Kansas<br />

03-1230-55 • The Real Cancel Culture: Racial Bias and<br />

Injustice on Social Media<br />

David Painter, Fiona Bown, Jaheim Morris,<br />

and Colin Hedge, Rollins College<br />

Monday<br />

Topic — Streaming, Broadcasting and Podcasting<br />

03-1230-45 • Speaking Up on Local Television News:<br />

Gender, Race, and Representation<br />

Chris Anderson, Margarita Tapia<br />

and Jill Edy, Oklahoma<br />

03-1230-46 • Framing a Black Murder: How Network<br />

Television Reporters Told the Story of George Floyd<br />

Felicia McGhee, Tennessee, Chattanooga<br />

and Cheryl Ann Lambert, Kent State<br />

03-1230-47 • Streaming with More Diversity? A<br />

Comparison of the Representation of Minorities in<br />

Public, Commercial, and Streaming Television Content<br />

Rhanna Haverkort, Mariska Kleemans,<br />

and Serena Daalmans, Radboud University<br />

03-1230-48 • Distracting to Whom? White Normativity<br />

& Imagined News Audiences<br />

Elia Powers, Towson<br />

Discussant<br />

Gheni Platenburg, Auburn<br />

Topic — Minorities in the News and in the Newsrooms<br />

03-1230-49 • The Professional Backstaging of Diversity<br />

in Journalism<br />

Ashley Carter<br />

and Patrick Ferrucci, Colorado-Boulder<br />

03-1230-50 • Symbolic Power on the Line: US News<br />

Coverage of Brittney Griner’s Detainment<br />

Kandice Green<br />

and Carol Liebler, Syracuse<br />

Discussant<br />

Denetra Walker, Georgia<br />

Topic — Minorities, Politics and Identity Politics<br />

03-1230-54 • Effects from Disposition to Situation:<br />

Centering on the Situational Problem Recognitions of<br />

Anti-Asian Crime<br />

SunHa Yeo, Hyelim Lee,<br />

and Jeong-Nam Kim, Oklahoma<br />

03-1230-55 • When Everyone is Laughing at Antiminority<br />

Meme: The Effects of Socially (Dis)Approval<br />

Disparagement Humor on Support for Minority Group<br />

Bingbing Zhang, Iowa<br />

Discussant<br />

Sharon Bramlett-Solomon, Arizona State<br />

*Third Place Student Paper, Minorities and<br />

Communication Division<br />

Community Journalism Interest Group<br />

03-1230-56 • Vaccine Narratives: The Story of Polio in<br />

Small-town Newspapers<br />

Katherine Foss, Middle Tennessee State,<br />

and Kate Edenborg, Wisconsin-Stout<br />

03-1230-57 • Delta Variant in Both “Home” and “New”<br />

Countries: How Ethnic Newspapers Served Indian<br />

Diaspora in the U.S.<br />

Masudul Biswas, Loyola Maryland


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Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

03-1230-58 • “It’s Been a Privilege to Serve You”:<br />

A Critical Discourse Analysis of Community News<br />

Closures During the COVID-19 Pandemic<br />

Rian Bosse<br />

and Nisha Sridharan, Arizona State<br />

Discussant<br />

Brian Steffen, Simpson College<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M035 Liberty Salon O-P (M4)<br />

Media Ethics Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Ethical Issues for a Digital Age<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Sheila Lalwani, Texas at Austin<br />

Virtue Ethics for Leadership and Governance of the<br />

Digital Future<br />

Prabu David, and Sanjay Gupta, Michigan State<br />

and Preeti Shroff, Northwestern<br />

Why Do Young People Resist Algorithm Systems:<br />

Embedded Algorithm Ethical Factors<br />

Peiying Wu<br />

Rise of AI and Rise of Science Communication for AI:<br />

Communicating AI for AI Ethics<br />

Won-Ki Moon, Florida<br />

and Sangwook Lee, Pennsylvania State<br />

[EA] Algorithmic Transparency: Institutional and<br />

Individual Challenges in US, UK and German<br />

Newsroom<br />

Hannes Cools, Amsterdam<br />

and Michael Koliska, Georgetown<br />

Cognitively Verify, Then Trust: The Association of the<br />

Cognitive Process of News Verification with Media Trust<br />

in Responding to Perceived Mis/disinformation<br />

Joseph Yoo, Wisconsin-Green Bay<br />

Discussant<br />

Greg Munno, Syracuse<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M036 Liberty Salon N (M4)<br />

Newspaper and Online News Division<br />

High-Density Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Gabrielle D. Beacken, Texas at Austin<br />

Theme I — The Intersection of Health and News<br />

Journalism Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic:<br />

Do We Still Need the Newsroom?<br />

Mirjana Pantic, Pace<br />

and Adam Santovac, Belgrade<br />

Critical Incident in Journalism: Fostering Community,<br />

Resilience, and Public Service During the COVID-19<br />

Pandemic<br />

Xu Zhang, Peay State<br />

and Lea Hellmueller, City of London<br />

[EA] Covering Medical Aid in Dying (MAID): Frames in<br />

News Coverage of MAID in States That Considered But<br />

Did Not Pass End-Of-Life Legislation from 2014 to 2019<br />

Kimberly Lauffer, Keene State,<br />

Sean Baker, Central Michigan,<br />

and Natalee Seely, Ball State<br />

Measuring Up to Others: How Different Social Norms<br />

Predict Information Management about Superfood<br />

Health Hacks and Small-Change Diets<br />

Nour Zeid and Yijia Zhu, Texas A&M,<br />

and Dominik J. Leiner, Augsburg,<br />

and Sebastian Scherr, LMU Munich<br />

Sippin’ on Some Sizzurp: A Qualitative Framing<br />

Analysis of National Opioid Abuse Coverage in Nigerian<br />

Newspapers<br />

Yewande Addie, RTI International,<br />

and Moon Lee, Syracuse<br />

Discussant<br />

Alyssa Appelman, Kansas<br />

Theme II — Misperceptions, Fake News, and News<br />

Trust<br />

But Not for Me: Asian Immigrants’ (Mis)Trust in News<br />

K. Hazel Kwon, Kris Vera-Phillips,<br />

Young Eun Moon, and Chun Shao, Arizona State<br />

and Weiai Wayne Xu, Massachusetts-Amherst<br />

Legitimate Fact-Checking Use and Political<br />

Misperception: Testing the Cognitive Process of<br />

Elaboration on Political Knowledge<br />

Yi Wang, Han Lin, and Yonghwan Kim, Dongguk<br />

and Bumsoo Kim, Pusan National<br />

An Investigation of Factors Influencing the Level of<br />

Public Trust in Singapore’s Mainstream Media<br />

Shuhang Chen, Nanyang Technological<br />

and Shangyuan Wu, National of Singapore


Monday Sessions<br />

57<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

[EA] Exploring Audience Heuristics of Journalistic<br />

Transparency<br />

Michael Koliska and Leticia Bode, Georgetown<br />

Fake News as Challenges in Journalistic Professionalism<br />

and Accountability: U.S. Media Perception<br />

Md Sazzad Hossain, Mississippi<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M038 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Commission on the Status of Women<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Women in Podcasting: The DC Edition<br />

Discussant<br />

Mark Coddington, Washington and Lee<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M037 Archives Room (M4)<br />

Scholastic Journalism Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Civic Communicators of the Future: Educating<br />

and Training Students for Supporting Democracy<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Serajul Bhuiyan, Savannah State<br />

Becoming Members of the Fifth Estate: A Case Study<br />

Using Social Media in K-12*<br />

Emilia Askari, Michigan<br />

[EA] Students and Statehouses<br />

John Tomasic, Washington<br />

[EA] Key Themes in News/Academic Partnerships:<br />

Results from Leader Interviews<br />

Hannah Kirkpatrick, Jocelyn Rockhold,<br />

and Richard Watts, Vermont<br />

Visual Representations of Community in Scholastic<br />

Photojournalism: A Thematic Analysis of Awardwinning<br />

Photographs from the National Scholastic Press<br />

Association’s Photo of the Year Contest**<br />

Leslie Klein, Georgia<br />

Discussant<br />

Bradley Wilson, Midwestern State<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

* Third Place Faculty Paper (tie)<br />

** Third Place Student Paper<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Kim Fox, podcaster, The Ehky Ya Masr Podcast;<br />

The American University in Cairo<br />

Panelists<br />

Renita Jablonski, director of audio, Washington Post<br />

Kimberly Adams, co-host, Marketplace’s<br />

#MakeMeSmart<br />

Emily Kwong, co-host, NPR’s ShortWave Podcast<br />

This panel will explore women in decision making roles<br />

in the growing field of podcasting. Additionally, the panelists<br />

will address concerns about work-life balance in<br />

the constantly demanding world of journalism and media<br />

production.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M039 Marquis Salons 12/13<br />

(M2)<br />

Commission on Graduate Education<br />

Luncheon<br />

Hosting<br />

Patrick Johnson, Iowa, head CSGE<br />

The Commission on Graduate Education invites graduate<br />

and undergraduate students to participate in the<br />

first Commission luncheon. The luncheon will include<br />

presentation of our top-paper awards, activities, and<br />

quality conversation to help AEJMC student participants<br />

to find a community. The luncheon kicks off the week<br />

of AEJMC activities, so it is a perfect opportunity to meet<br />

new friends, co-authors, and conference colleagues. Preregistration<br />

is required.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M040 TBA<br />

Religion and Media Interest Group<br />

Monday<br />

Off-site Luncheon<br />

Hosting<br />

Kathryn Montalbano, Kentucky<br />

Location TBA


58<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M041 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

Small Programs Interest Group and Visual<br />

Communication Division<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Labor-based Grading in Multimedia Courses<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

KC McGinnis, Grand View<br />

Panelists<br />

Shannon Zenner, Elon<br />

Kevin Ripka, Iowa<br />

This panel and workshop will explore the applicability<br />

of labor-based grading to both writing and multimedia<br />

courses. The panelists have implemented labor-based<br />

grading in courses including news writing, video production,<br />

audio production, photography, and social media<br />

publishing.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M042 Pew Research Center<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication Committee on Career Development<br />

Offsite Tour<br />

From Radio to “Serial” Pew Research Center:<br />

How Americans’ Relationship with Audio News<br />

and Podcasts Have Evolved<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Sabine Baumann, Berlin School of Economics<br />

and Law<br />

Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that<br />

informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends<br />

shaping the world. It conducts public opinion polling,<br />

demographic research, content analysis and other datadriven<br />

social science research. It does not take policy<br />

positions. Our tour will focus on a presentation from<br />

two of Pew Research Center’s experts, Senior Researcher<br />

Elisa Shearer and Research Assistant Jacob Liedke. Their<br />

presentation will focus on the Center’s trend data around<br />

the audio and podcasting sectors, especially findings<br />

from two recent Pew Research Center reports on how<br />

Americans are engaging with podcasts. The tour is<br />

limited to 30 people, who can register on a first-come,<br />

first-serve basis using the Google form linked below. Pew<br />

Research Center is about 15-to-20-minute walk from the<br />

conference hotel. Register using:<br />

https://forms.gle/X5PXjg628jTRcYY47<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M043 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication Elected Standing Committee on<br />

Professional Freedom and Responsibility<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Beyond Thoughts and Prayers: Covering Mass<br />

Shootings and Vicarious Trauma<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Gabriel B. Tait, Ball State<br />

Panelists<br />

Eraldo “Dino” Chiecchi, Texas State<br />

Kimberly Voss, Central Florida<br />

Michael McCluskey, Tennessee-Chattanooga<br />

Katherine Jacobsen, Committee to Protect Journalists<br />

By mid-June of this year, the Gun Violence Archive had<br />

recorded 272 mass shootings in which four or more<br />

people were shot or killed. It is the professional responsibility<br />

of journalism and mass communication educators<br />

to prepare students for vicarious trauma – a real thing<br />

among journalists and others who deal with tragedy. This<br />

panel memorializes Dylan Lyons, a 2019 graduate of<br />

the University of Central Florida’s Nicholson School of<br />

Communication and Media, who was killed in February<br />

while reporting in the Orlando television market. It also<br />

offers strategies for how to position our students for the<br />

reality of covering tragedy and trauma. Learn about the<br />

Uvalde Reporting Project, which involved a multimedia<br />

reporting team from Texas State University. Their work<br />

was published in a May series in the Austin American-<br />

Statesman. Prepare to also become acquainted with<br />

resources from the Committee to Project Journalists,<br />

which is an independent nonprofit organization promoting<br />

press freedom and defending the right of journalists to<br />

report news safely and without fear of reprisal.<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M044 Mint Room (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication and Peter Lang Publishing<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

AEJMC/Peter Lang Scholarsourcing Series: Book<br />

Roundup with the Scholarsourcing Authors<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Carolyn Bronstein, DePaul, Series Editor, AEJMC/<br />

Peter Lang Scholarsourcing Series


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Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Panelists<br />

Algorithmic Audience in the Age of Artificial<br />

Intelligence<br />

Roselyn Du, California State, Fullerton<br />

Crisis Communication Case Studies on COVID-19:<br />

Multidimensional Perspectives and Applications<br />

Sarah Smith-Frigerio, Tampa<br />

and Mildred F. “Mimi” Perreault, South Florida<br />

Writing Home: Race, Newspapers and a Culture<br />

of Place in Pre-Statehood Oklahoma<br />

Meta Carstarphen, Oklahoma<br />

School Shootings<br />

Kathleen I. Alaimo, Dayton<br />

Authors of recently published and in-progress<br />

Scholarsourcing books will discuss their projects and<br />

the process of securing a contract. The series editor and<br />

members of the editorial committee will be present to<br />

answer questions.<br />

Using the Functional Theory by Robert K. Merton<br />

in Studying the Newspapers Specializing in Ethnic<br />

Minorities<br />

Phuong Thi Vi, University of Sciences, Thai<br />

Nguyen, Vietnam<br />

World Press FreedomIndex (WPFI) and South Asia:<br />

Political, Professional and State Contestations in India<br />

Sanjay Bharthur, Manipal Institute of<br />

Communication, India<br />

Silencing the Fourth Estate? A Deep Dive into the Past,<br />

Present and Future of Press Freedom and Freedom of<br />

Expression in Bangladesh<br />

Nabila Mushtarin, Louisiana State<br />

Public Perceptions of News Media in Bangladesh:<br />

Unveiling a Credibility Crisis through an Al Jazeera<br />

Report<br />

Mohammad Ali, Maryland College Park;<br />

Zahedur R. Arman, Framingham State;<br />

Md Jamal Uddin, Cornell,<br />

and Khairul Islam, Wayne State<br />

Monday<br />

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. / M045 Liberty Salon I (M4)<br />

South Asia Communication Association (SACA)<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Jatin Srivastava, Ohio<br />

and Deb Aikat, North Carolina Chapel Hill<br />

Topic I — Journalism Practice in South Asian Contexts<br />

Journalists’ Routine Practices During Public Health<br />

Crisis: Changing Professional Role Conceptions and<br />

Objectivity Norms<br />

Khairul Islam and Najma Akhther, Wayne State<br />

Freedom in Journalism: Analyzing the Current Media<br />

System in Bangladesh and Its Impact on Journalists’ Job<br />

Satisfaction and Practices<br />

Nadia Nahrin Rahman, Kentucky<br />

and Monira Begum, Southern Mississippi<br />

Safety of Journalists in India<br />

Jyotika Ramaprasad, Miami<br />

Discussant<br />

Dhiman Chattopadhyay, Shippensburg<br />

Topic II — News and Democracy in South Asian<br />

Contexts<br />

Fake News Impact Mainstream Media in Bangladesh<br />

and Saudi Arabia<br />

Md Sazzad Hossain, Iowa<br />

and Abdullah Ayidh J. Alqahtani, Mississippi<br />

Discussants<br />

Muhammed Rashedul Hasan, Illinois at Chicago<br />

and Jatin Srivastava, Ohio<br />

Topic III — Media and Politics in South Asian Context I<br />

The Influence of Social Media Platforms on Political<br />

Power Dynamics: Exploring the Role of Digital Media in<br />

Shaping Political Discourse<br />

Rahul Gupta, Guru Nanak Dev University, India<br />

Challenges, Prospects and Role of Media in Emergence<br />

of India as “Voice of Global South” — An Exploratory<br />

Study<br />

Charu Lata Singh, Vivekananda Institute<br />

of Professional Studies, India<br />

South Asian Migrant Workers in Malaysia: A Double-<br />

Edged Sword?<br />

Sankaran Ramanathan, Mediaplus Consultancy,<br />

Malaysia<br />

Use of Digital platforms for Political Interest, Online and<br />

Offline Political Participation Among Women in India<br />

and Pakistan<br />

Taufiq Ahmad, Ohio<br />

and Tayyab Ali, University of Hertfordshire, UK<br />

A Qualitative Analysis of Hindutva Hate Speech using<br />

Diffusion of Innovation Theory<br />

Raja Das, Ohio<br />

Discussant<br />

Neelam Sharma, Idaho State<br />

Topic IV — Media and Politics in South Asian Context<br />

II<br />

The Political Dynamics of Social Media Usage among<br />

University Students in Bangladesh<br />

Muhammed Rashedul Hasan, Illinois at Chicago


60<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Examining the Influence of Political Advertising in<br />

Online Platforms on Voters’ Behavior: A Study with<br />

Special Reference to the General Election to 16th<br />

Legislative Assembly of Karnataka<br />

Sandeep, Karnataka State Akkamahadevi Women’s<br />

University, India,<br />

and J. M. Chandunavar, Karnatak University<br />

(Dharwad), India<br />

Conflicts of Nationalisms in Bangladesh<br />

Zainul Abedin, Mississippi Valley State<br />

and Shafiqur Rahman, South Carolina State<br />

Participation and Perception of Youth about Electoral<br />

Process and Vote Casting: A Social Survey at Hyderabad<br />

Sindh Pakistan<br />

Meetha Ram, University of Ferrara, Italy,<br />

Bakhtawar Nizamani, University of Sassari, Italy,<br />

and Zameer Hassan, University of Science and<br />

Technology of China, China<br />

Nepal Government’s Use of Twitter for Digital<br />

Engagement with Its Publics<br />

Rashmi Thpaliya, Eastern Illinois<br />

and Shugofa Dastgeer, Texas Christian<br />

What Makes the Political YouTube Channel Popular?<br />

Effect of Bias, Agenda-setting, and Aggressiveness on<br />

User Activity in Bangladesh-based Channels<br />

Kazi Mehedi Hasan, Southern Illinois<br />

and Md Rejaul Haque, Minnesota State<br />

Discussants<br />

Taufiq Ahmad and Jatin Srivastava, Ohio<br />

Topic V — Media, Communication and Social Change<br />

in South Asian Contexts<br />

Decoding Reproductive Health Messaging: A<br />

Comparative Analysis of US and Pakistani Audiences<br />

based on Health Literacy<br />

Faria Shaikh and Megan Denneny, Oregon<br />

Contemporary Trends and Critical Perspectives in<br />

Development Communication: A Comprehensive<br />

Review: Bangladesh & South Asia Perspective<br />

Minara Nazmin, Georgia State<br />

Harnessing the Global Village: The Role of<br />

Communication Technologies in Development<br />

Communication in Bangladesh<br />

Minara Nazmin, Georgia State<br />

Discussant<br />

Rauf Arif, Towson<br />

Topic VI — New Media and Society in South Asian<br />

Contexts I<br />

Freedom of Expression or Normalizing Hate? Framing<br />

of Trolling News in Indian Websites<br />

Dhiman Chattopadhyay, Shippensburg<br />

Digital Communication: Unravelling the Impact of<br />

Technology on Right-Wing Propaganda Machinery<br />

in India<br />

Syeda Saadia Azim, Sister Nivedita University,<br />

Kolkata, India<br />

Online, Oppressed, and Hesitant: Asian Descent Girls<br />

and Racialized Sexual Harassment<br />

Pallavi Guha, Towson and Paro Pain, Nevada, Reno<br />

Understanding Female Journalists’ Experiences of<br />

Online Abuse in Pakistan and Indonesia: A Social Media<br />

Analytics<br />

Rizvan Saeed and Ratna Ariyanti, Ohio<br />

Exploring Digital Media Consumption and Political<br />

Engagement Among Indian Rural Women: Challenges<br />

and Opportunities<br />

Tahmeena Nigar Sultana<br />

and Onkaragouda Kakade, Karnataka State<br />

Akkamahadevi Women’s University, India<br />

Discussant<br />

Prashanth Bhat, Houston<br />

Topic VII — New Media and Society in South Asian<br />

Contexts II<br />

Dalit Digital Media in India: An Emergent Counter<br />

Public?<br />

Kalyani Chadha, Northwestern<br />

Virtual Connectivity and Cultural Affiliation: The Use<br />

of Southeast Asian Diaspora Social Media in the UAE<br />

Ahmed El Gody, Khalaf Tahat,<br />

and Ahmed Masoori, University of Arab Emirates,<br />

UAE,<br />

and Mahitab Ezz El Din, Linnaeus University,<br />

Sweden<br />

Social Media: An Extension of Cultural Industry,<br />

A Critical Review<br />

Md Nurul Karim Bhuiyan, Georgia State<br />

The Impact of Social Media on South Asian Social<br />

Movements<br />

Md Nurul Karim Bhuiyan, Georgia State<br />

India’s Culture and Immigrants’ Use of Social Media to<br />

Assimilate<br />

Eleazar Yisrael, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

Discussant<br />

Pallavi Guha, Towson<br />

In our commitment to the 2023 AEJMC conference theme<br />

“Fostering Freedom & Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s<br />

Impact Over 110 Years and Beyond” the South Asia<br />

Communication Association (SACA) will host an interactive<br />

paper session. Research papers were selected in a<br />

peer-reviewed competition. With over one-fourth of the<br />

world’s population, South Asia has emerged as an important<br />

region for politics, security, health, culture, media<br />

and other relevant issues across the repertoire of our field.


Monday Sessions<br />

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SACA was constituted in 2015 at the AEJMC conference<br />

in San Francisco. Instituted as an umbrella organization<br />

with a presence in key organizations, SACA currently<br />

constitutes 3,498 scholars and professionals worldwide.<br />

1:30 to 2 p.m. / M046 Marquis Salons 1-5 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Spotlight Panel Session<br />

AEJMC Community 101: Your Netflix Experience<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Felicia G. Brown, AEJMC/ASJMC Central Office<br />

and Samantha Higgins, AEJMC/ASJMC Central Office<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M048 Liberty Salon J-K (M4)<br />

History and Cultural and Critical Studies Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

“‘Not a Melting Pot but a Beautiful Mosaic’:<br />

Diverse Histories of Resistance and Struggle<br />

in the American South”<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Jason Lee Guthrie, Clayton State<br />

Panelists<br />

Susan McFarlane-Alvarez, Michigan State<br />

Lori Amber Roessner, Tennessee, Knoxville<br />

Claire Rounkles, Missouri<br />

Edward Timke, Michigan State<br />

Monday<br />

Make the most of your AEJMC Community experience by<br />

learning steps to allow others to find and connect with<br />

you, engage in meaningful conversations about the topics<br />

that matter to you, and build your presence in the online<br />

AEJMC Community.<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M047 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Broadcast and Mobile Journalism and Communication<br />

Technology Divisions<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Installing Updates: Reconciling Research on Virtual<br />

Reality and Immersive Media Over Time<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

James D. Ivory, Virginia Tech<br />

Panelists<br />

Andrea Stephenson Won, Cornell<br />

Sun Joo Ahn, Georgia<br />

Jeremy Bailenson, Stanford<br />

Sriram Kalyanaraman, Florida<br />

Nicholas Bowman, Syracuse<br />

This panel will explore insights from active and experienced<br />

researchers working with virtual reality and related<br />

technologies regarding how we should interpret, apply,<br />

adapt, and extend the existing research on rapidly changing<br />

(and more popular than ever) immersive media tech.<br />

This panel highlights understudied histories of cultural<br />

resistance and political struggle in the American South.<br />

Despite the long regional history of injustice, journalists,<br />

artists, community leaders, and scholars have always<br />

pushed back against local political hegemony and dominant<br />

cultural narratives through creativity, determination,<br />

and public discourse.<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M049 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

Magazine Media Division<br />

and Internships and Careers Interest Group<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

The Gig Economy: How Freelancing Has Become<br />

the New Norm and How We Can Teach It<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Jeffrey Ranta, Coastal Carolina<br />

Panelists<br />

Jacqueline Marino, Kent State<br />

Jeff Inman, Drake<br />

Rawiya Kameir, Syracuse<br />

Vesna Brajkovic, Heavy Duty Trucking<br />

Hal Vincent, Elon<br />

Adam Pitluk, Coastal Carolina<br />

This panel will discuss how to build a freelance writing<br />

course, focusing on practical assignments, hard-won<br />

insights, and student success stories that will help with<br />

your course design.


Welcome to the Manship School<br />

Kimberly Bissell, Ph.D.<br />

Dean of the LSU Manship School of Mass Communication<br />

We are thrilled to welcome Kimberly Bissell, Ph.D.,<br />

as the incoming dean of the Manship School of<br />

Mass Communication at Louisiana State University.<br />

Bissell previously served the University of Alabama’s<br />

College of Communication and Information<br />

Sciences as Associate Dean for Research;<br />

Executive Director of the Institute for<br />

Communication & Information Research; Director of<br />

the Health Communication Research Lab; and the<br />

Southern Progress Corporation Endowed Professor<br />

in Magazine Journalism.<br />

Celebrating Exceptional New Faculty<br />

Jeonghyun Janice Lee, Ph.D.<br />

Assistant Professor, Public Relations<br />

Nihar Sreepada, Ph.D.<br />

Assistant Professor, Public Relations<br />

Alyson Neel<br />

Professional-in-Residence


The Manship School Congratulates<br />

Kathleen Searles, Ph.D.<br />

Associate Professor<br />

Political communication scholar Kathleen<br />

Searles, Ph.D., is co-leading a $5 million<br />

National Science Foundation grant to study<br />

online harassment of journalists. The project<br />

will fund the creation of a comprehensive<br />

system of care that merges social and technical<br />

resources for journalists in need.<br />

Asha Winfield, Ph.D.<br />

Assistant Professor<br />

Critical and cultural media scholar Asha<br />

Winfield, Ph.D., is the recipient of the Ralph<br />

E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award<br />

and the National Communication Association’s<br />

(NCA) Outstanding Dissertation Award for her<br />

research on Black health and Black<br />

representation in media.


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August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M050 Liberty Salon O-P (M4)<br />

Media Ethics<br />

and Minorities and Communication Divisions<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

“I Would Much Prefer Not to Be Visible”: Ethical<br />

Drawbacks of Visibility for Marginalized People<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Anita Varma, Texas at Austin<br />

Panelists<br />

Azeta Hatef, Emerson<br />

Rachel Grant, Florida<br />

Ayleen Cabas-Mijares, Marquette<br />

Ricardo Valencia, California State, Fullerton<br />

What are journalists’ ethical obligations when people ask<br />

to remain invisible? When, if ever, do journalists have a<br />

duty to people who prefer not to become sources, even<br />

if anonymized? How should journalists balance safety<br />

considerations for entire communities becoming the<br />

targets of hateful campaigns with the public’s right and<br />

need to know?<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M051 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Media Management, Economics and Entrepreneurship<br />

and Communication Theory and Methodology Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

State of Audience Measurement and Analytics<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Todd Holmes, California State, Northridge<br />

Panelists<br />

Miao Guo, Connecticut<br />

Ronen Shay, Fordham<br />

Xiaoqun Zhang, North Texas<br />

Anthony Palomba, Virginia<br />

As Nielsen One launches and other newer firms specializing<br />

in audience measurement rise to the forefront,<br />

it appears readily apparent that older methods for<br />

understanding audiences are being replaced. This panel<br />

focuses on the latest trends occurring in the audience<br />

analytics landscape and where the measurement business<br />

is moving in the midst of new innovations, including AI<br />

and machine learning.<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M052 Independence Salons F-G<br />

(M4)<br />

Political Communication Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Political Comedy, Satire and Entertainment<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Bingbing Zhang, Iowa<br />

Exploring the Development of Satire Community in Postauthoritarian<br />

China: A Fieldwork Study of the Stand-up<br />

Comedy Club in the Digital Age<br />

Yipeng Xi, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

[EA] Gutfeld vs. Colbert: Situating Gutfeld! In the<br />

Landscape of Contemporary Late-night Talk Shows in<br />

the Context of Political Outcomes and Climate Change<br />

Heesook Choi, Mississippi State<br />

[EA] Reading Between the Laughs: An Analysis of<br />

Audience Interpretations of Racial Justice Texts from The<br />

Daily Show with Trevor Noah?<br />

Nishat Parvez, Oregon<br />

Taking Entertainment Seriously: Mediation Effects<br />

of Hedonic and Eudaimonic Experiences Between<br />

Entertainment Preference and Political Interest<br />

Jing-Yi Pu, City University of Hong Kong;<br />

Jinjin Zhou,<br />

and Zhi-Jin Zhong, Sun Yat-Sen University, China<br />

[EA] Politics As Fun: Countering Digital Nationalism<br />

with Bengali Viral Videos<br />

Suruchi Mazumdar, O.P. Jindal Global University<br />

Discussant<br />

Sherice Gearhart, Texas Tech<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M053 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

Visual Communication<br />

and Scholastic Journalism Divisions<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Teaching Identity-Aware Safety Tools for Student<br />

Journalists<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Tara Pixley, Loyola Marymount and Journalism<br />

Source of Safety Founder


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August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Panelists<br />

Vanessa Charlot, Assistant Professor of Creative<br />

Multimedia, University of Mississippi<br />

Jeje Rajab, Security Advisor for PEN America<br />

Rosem Morton, National Geographic Explorer +<br />

Security Advisor for IWMF<br />

Chris Waugaman, Virginia State<br />

This panel presents best practices for teaching journalism<br />

students how to center ethics and equity to shape<br />

their risk mitigation practices as individuals with diverse<br />

backgrounds working in dynamic environments and<br />

conditions. The presentation will feature a variety of<br />

techniques for successfully engaging communication and<br />

journalism students in classroom discussions, lectures<br />

and exercises that foreground safety and security while<br />

doing their work as journalists, with special emphasis on<br />

trauma-informed and identity-aware practices.<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M055 Liberty Salon I (M4)<br />

Participatory Journalism Interest Group<br />

and Commission on the Status of Minorities<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Making Journalism Education More Inclusive<br />

and Less Extractive<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Carrie Brown, City University New York<br />

Panelists<br />

Jillian Bauer-Reese, Temple<br />

Vanessa Maria Graber, Stockton University/<br />

Free Press<br />

Cirien Saadeh, Journalism of Color Training Center,<br />

Prescott College<br />

Monday<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M054 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Commission on the Status of Graduate Education<br />

and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer<br />

Interest Group<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Teaching for Social Justice: Theory and Practice<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Marisa Holmes, Rutgers<br />

Panelists<br />

Bobbie Foster, Maryland, College Park<br />

Sohana Nasrin, Tampa<br />

Minjie Li, Tennessee<br />

Meredith Clark, Northeastern<br />

This interactive panel will equip attendees with theoretical<br />

and practical foundations for teaching social justice.<br />

Panelists will center knowledge production from within<br />

and in collaboration with social movements and organizations.<br />

Engaging a critical lens, the panelists will address<br />

the intersections of race, gender, class, and sexual orientation.<br />

In this panel, we’ll hear from innovators attempting to<br />

democratize journalism through a range of student projects<br />

and programs—from collaborations with community<br />

groups and community colleges to pay-what-you-wish<br />

courses focused on the needs of journalists of color. We’ll<br />

hear about what’s worked and what hasn’t, and what<br />

resources they draw from. Panelists will also discuss how<br />

these strategies might lead to more accessible j-school<br />

programs and, eventually, a more inclusive and equitable<br />

industry.<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M056 Chinatown Room (M3)<br />

Sports Communication<br />

and Small Programs Interest Groups<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Developing the Sport Media Program:<br />

An Administrator Perspective<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Michael Mirer, Wisconsin-Milwaukee<br />

Panelists<br />

Chris Etheridge, Kansas<br />

Carrie Sipes, Shippensburg<br />

Brian Steffen, Simpson<br />

Shari Veil, Nebraska<br />

Academic departments connected to AEJMC have<br />

embraced sports media programs, serving students eager<br />

to build skills and connections in this context. The panel<br />

explores the benefits, drawbacks, and challenges of<br />

developing sports media programs.


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August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M057 Liberty Salon N (M4)<br />

AEJMC Elected Standing Committee on Teaching<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

The Teaching Experts Are In: Learning in the<br />

Age of AI<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Laura Smith, South Carolina, 2022-23 Chair,<br />

ESC Teaching<br />

Panelists<br />

Journalism Information, Misinformation<br />

and Authenticity<br />

Emily Metzgar, Kent State<br />

and Gina Baleria, Sonoma State<br />

Using AI Responsibly in the Workplace<br />

Tiffany Gallicano, North Carolina-Charlotte<br />

and Jenny (Jiun-Yi) Tsai, Northern Arizona<br />

Legal & Ethical Implications of AI and Education<br />

(and They’re Not All Bad)<br />

Chris Roberts, Alabama<br />

and Kyla Garrett-Wagner, Syracuse<br />

Contextualizing AI Technology & History: Fear,<br />

Criticism and Hope<br />

Kirstin Gustafson, Washington-Bothell<br />

and Ken J. Ward, Pittsburg State<br />

Academic Integrity<br />

Tracy Everbach, North Texas<br />

and Rhema Zlaten, Colorado Mesa<br />

Opportunities and Threats: Working Automation<br />

into the Journalism Classroom<br />

Raluca Cozma, Kansas State<br />

and Patrick Walters, Washington & Lee<br />

Creativity or Calamity: The Cutting Edge<br />

of AI-crafted Photojournalism<br />

Amanda Weed, Kennesaw State,<br />

Gabriel B. Tate, Ball State (VISC)<br />

and Stephen Hart, Principal, Customer Success<br />

Education, Adobe<br />

Using AI/ML in Audience Analysis & Media<br />

Competition<br />

Kevin Williams, Mississippi State<br />

and Anthony Palomba, Virginia<br />

Roundtable Facilitators<br />

Shearon Roberts, Xavier-Louisiana<br />

and Mia Moody Ramirez, Baylor<br />

Join invited teaching chairs from a range of divisions<br />

and interest groups, as well as members of the Standing<br />

Committee on Teaching, to discuss opportunities and<br />

safeguards for teaching in the context of artificial intelligence<br />

technologies. Participants will circulate around<br />

topic-driven tables, learning time-saving strategies for<br />

lesson preparation, ideas for teaching students how to<br />

leverage AI in the classroom, preparation of the next generation<br />

of JMC professionals, and legal/ethical guardrails.<br />

Think of this as speed dating with an academic twist.<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M058 Archives Room (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication and News Engagement Day Committee<br />

Panel Session<br />

Celebrating 10 Years of News Engagement Day!<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Paula M. Poindexter, Texas at Austin, Chair,<br />

News Engagement Day Committee<br />

Celebrating 10 Years of News Engagement Day! Book<br />

Drawing for:<br />

Newsroom Confidential: Lessons (and Worries)<br />

from an Ink-Stained Life<br />

by Margaret Sullivan<br />

Genius Makers: The Mavericks Who Brought AI<br />

to Google, Facebook, and the World<br />

by Cade Metz<br />

How Democracies Die<br />

by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt<br />

Keynote Speaker<br />

Perceptions of Social Media’s Effects on Democracy<br />

in the U.S. and Around the World<br />

Richard Wike, Director, Global Attitudes<br />

Research, Pew Research Center<br />

2023 News Audience Research Paper Award<br />

Presentation<br />

Comparing Effects of News Subscription Motivation<br />

and News Lifestyle and Their Impact on<br />

Subscription Retention<br />

Weiyue Chen, Butler<br />

and Esther Thorson, Michigan State<br />

News for the Ages: An Examination of Trust Factors<br />

by Generational Cohort<br />

Amy Jo Coffey and Chris DeFelice, Florida<br />

After receiving exceptional reviews and almost perfect<br />

scores, the two research papers win the 2023<br />

News Audience Research Paper Award and each author<br />

receives a certificate and will split the $1,000 cash prize.<br />

Sharing<br />

Great Ideas to Celebrate Our 10th News Engagement<br />

Day, Tuesday, October 3, 2023


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2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M059 Mint Room (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication and Peter Lang Publishing<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M062 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Broadcast and Mobile Journalism<br />

and Media Ethics Divisions<br />

Business Session<br />

AEJMC/Peter Lang Scholarsourcing Series:<br />

Office Hours/Executive Committee Meeting<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Carolyn Bronstein, DePaul, Series Editor, AEJMC/<br />

Peter Lang Scholarsourcing Series<br />

Thinking about submitting a proposal for the AEJMC/Peter<br />

Lang Scholarsourcing series? Come workshop your ideas<br />

with the editor and members of the editorial committee.<br />

Meet authors who have published in the series or have<br />

manuscripts under contract.<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

How Will Local Journalism Change as Metaverse,<br />

Mobile 5G and Decentralized Web 3.0 Take<br />

Shape? In Particular, What Might be Ethics<br />

Guardrails for Both Community and Local TV Media?<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Subbu Vincent, Santa Clara<br />

Panelists<br />

Don Heider, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics<br />

Retha Hill, Arizona State<br />

Robert Hernandez, Southern California<br />

Monday<br />

2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. / M060 Monument Room (M4)<br />

The University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Networking Session<br />

Meet and Greet with the Staff and Leadership<br />

of the Student Press Law Center<br />

Hosting<br />

Brett Johnson, Iowa<br />

The University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication and the Law and Policy Division will<br />

host staff members of the Student Press Law Center and<br />

the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press for a<br />

casual meet-and-greet social.<br />

4 p.m. to 7 p.m. / M061 Metropolitan African<br />

Methodist Episcopal Church<br />

Religion and Media Interest Group<br />

Offsite Tour<br />

Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church<br />

The Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church<br />

is also known as “The National Cathedral of African<br />

Methodism.” Attendees will be given a personal tour of<br />

the Church from Pastor. William H. Lamar who not only<br />

engages his congregation through physical space of the<br />

Church but also through social media platforms such as<br />

Facebook and YouTube. ​The tour is free, but registration<br />

is required at https://aejmc2.wufoo.com/forms/2023-<br />

rmig-washington-dc-tours<br />

Oftentimes, questions of ethics are raised only after the<br />

fact or after a crisis has emerged. Discussing hypothetical<br />

scenarios of news breaking, and participation in the<br />

news gathering in these new media environments will<br />

help more than hurt. Especially to avoid the perils of journalism’s<br />

encounters with social media that led to many<br />

after-the-fact ethics advisories to be issued. This panel<br />

will outline a few questions and scenarios to discuss.<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M063 Independence Salons A-E<br />

(M4)<br />

Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk<br />

and Newspaper and Online News Divisions<br />

Scholar-to-Scholar (Poster) Refereed Research Paper<br />

Session<br />

Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk<br />

Division<br />

Topic I — Attitudes, Behaviors, and News about Covid-<br />

19<br />

04-1630-01 • [EA] Mapping News Coverage during the<br />

COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review of Content<br />

and Framing Analyses<br />

Kim Walsh-Childers, Taylor Vasquez,<br />

Kristine Crane, and April Hines, Florida<br />

04-1630-02 • Framing Fauci: Analyzing Partisan<br />

Media Coverage of a Top U.S. Spokesperson During<br />

COVID-19<br />

Foluke Omosun, Sacred Heart University<br />

and Anna Young, Connecticut<br />

04-1630-03 • Confronting the Maskless: Antecedents<br />

of Norm Enforcement Behavior and Meta-norm<br />

Misperception During COVID-19 at a College Campus<br />

Hwanseok Song and Ilwoo Ju, Purdue


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04-1630-04 • Going the Distance for COVID 19:<br />

Relationships among News Use, Psychological Distance,<br />

Risk Perceptions, and Behavioral Intentions<br />

Jay Hmielowski, Alexandrea Matthews,<br />

and Haoran Chu, Florida<br />

04-1630-05 • Credible, Collaborative, Cautionary: How<br />

Ghana’s Government Communicated about COVID-19<br />

Cheryl Ann Lambert<br />

and Samuel Mensah Noi, Kent State<br />

04-1630-06 • Exploring Factors Influencing Attitudes<br />

towards COVID-19 Prevention Measures and<br />

Compliance with Behavioral Guidelines<br />

Savannah Kelly and Hyoungkoo Khang, Alabama<br />

04-1630-07 • The Roles of Cognitive, Affective,<br />

and Conative Dimensions in Confrontation Decision:<br />

Lessons from the Pandemic<br />

Ilwoo Ju, Eylul Yel, and Hwanseok Song, Purdue<br />

Topic II — Information Processing and Cognitive<br />

Responses to Health and Environmental Issues<br />

04-1630-08 • The Influence of “US FDA” Authorized<br />

Modified Exposure Claim on Heuristic Processing of<br />

Warnings, Positive Evaluation, and Greater Acceptance<br />

of Novel Tobacco Promotional Message Among Young<br />

Adults<br />

Jungmi Jun, Jing Wen, and Ali Zain, South Carolina,<br />

and Khalid Alharbi, Al Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud<br />

Islamic University<br />

04-1630-09 • When Virtue is Its Own Reward: How<br />

Norms Influence Consumers’ Willingness to Recycle<br />

and Reuse<br />

Prerna Shah and Janet Yang, Buffalo<br />

04-1630-10 • Coercive Cessation or Persuasive<br />

Promotion? Examining Factors Contributing to the<br />

Resistance to Pro-environmental Campaign Messages<br />

Yanni Ma, Oregon State<br />

04-1630-11 • Diminishing Psychological Reactance<br />

through Self-transcendent Media Experiences: A Selfreport<br />

and Psychophysiological Investigation<br />

Russell B. Clayton, Florida,<br />

Jessica G. Myrick, Pennsylvania State,<br />

Katherine R. Dale, Junho Park, Emily Sarra,<br />

and Ella Hechlik, Florida State<br />

04-1630-12 • Health Information Processing Bolsters<br />

Symptom Management of Irritable Bowel Disease: A<br />

Cross-Cultural Study<br />

Bu Zhong, Hong Kong Baptist University,<br />

Wenjing Xie, Marist College,<br />

Stefanie Kempton, and Lola Xie, Pennsylvania State<br />

Topic III — Social Media, Online Discussions, and Health<br />

04-1630-13 • [EA] Empowering Cancer Patients in<br />

Bangladesh: Insights into Information Seeking Behavior<br />

and Challenges on Facebook<br />

Mohammad Ali, Maryland, College Park<br />

and Md Rejaul Haque, Minnesota State, Mankato<br />

04-1630-14 • [EA] How Online Interactions Affect the<br />

Health Status of Users with Depression? A Data Mining<br />

Perspective<br />

Liu Yuanyuan<br />

and Xiaojing Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

04-1630-15 • [EA] An Experimental Test of the Effects<br />

of Public Mockery of a Social Media Health Campaign:<br />

Implications for Health Organizations’ Social Media<br />

Strategies<br />

Jessica Myrick, Jin Chen, Eunchae Jang,<br />

Megan Norman, Yansheng Liu, Lana Medina,<br />

and Haniyeh Parhizkar, Pennsylvania State,<br />

and Janine Blessing, University of Augsburg<br />

04-1630-16 • Cultivating Positivity through Authentic<br />

Stories: How Self-Disclosure Builds Cancer Vlog<br />

Communities on YouTube<br />

Hyang-Sook Kim and Jinie Pak, Towson,<br />

Mun-Young Chung, Bloomsburg,<br />

and Youjeong Kim, Texas State<br />

04-1630-17 • Social Media and Health: An Exploratory<br />

Study of Gen Z<br />

Kate Friedel, and Erin Willis, Colorado-Boulder<br />

and Matthew J. Haught, Memphis<br />

Topic IV — Communication of Stigma in News and<br />

Social Media<br />

04-1630-18 • How #Relapse Instagram Posts Influence<br />

Destigmatization: The Mediating Role of Perceived<br />

Realism, Counterfactuals, and Emotions<br />

Hang Lu, Michigan<br />

04-1630-19 • Stigma Communication and Management<br />

Strategies Associated with Visceral Leishmaniasis: The<br />

Case of West Pokot, Kenya<br />

David Lomoywara, Iowa<br />

04-1630-20 • Dammed, Diverted, Redirected: Stigma<br />

in Newspaper Articles about the SSRIs, 1995-2015<br />

Tara Walker, St. Bonaventure<br />

04-1630-21 • The Cross-Cultural Representation<br />

of Health-Related Stigma in Online News Coverage:<br />

A Comparative Analysis between the U.S. and Korea<br />

Hannah Lee, Ewha Womans University,<br />

Joseph Yoo, Wisconsin - Green Bay,<br />

and Soontae An, Kansas State<br />

Topic V — Risk and Crisis Communication<br />

04-1630-22 • [EA] Community-Based Flood-Risk<br />

Management: Information Sources, Risk Communication<br />

and Social Resilience<br />

Carolyn Lin, Connecticut<br />

04-1630-23 • Strategic Orientations in Explicating the<br />

Evolving Coordination Mechanism: A Longitudinal<br />

Observation of Online Emergency Collaborative<br />

Networks During Typhoon Mangkhut<br />

Xiao Wang, Nanjing University,<br />

and Maggie Zhang, Illinois Urbana Champaign


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69<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

04-1630-24 • Seeking the Public Health Angle in<br />

Missouri Newspaper Coverage of the Opioid Crisis<br />

Justin Willett, Shelly Rodgers,<br />

and Jon Stemmle, Missouri<br />

04-1630-25 • An Analysis of Direct-to-consumer<br />

Genetic Testing Companies and Their Communication<br />

of Health Risk and Test Limitations<br />

Nicole Lee, Arizona State,<br />

Matthew VanDyke, Alabama,<br />

Alan Abitbol, Dayton, Kaylynne Wallace,<br />

and Christina Meneses, Arizona State<br />

04-1630-26 • Risk Perception and Uncertainty in News<br />

Coverage about E-cigarettes as Predictors of Avoidance<br />

Intentions<br />

Xiaodong Yang, Shandong University<br />

and Yunsong Li, Tsinghua University<br />

Topic VI — Communicating Science<br />

04-1630-27 • [EA] Science Communication “Pockets<br />

of Belonging”: Inviting in a Plurality of Science Identities<br />

Nic Bennett and Anthony Dudo, Texas at Austin,<br />

and John Besley, Michigan State<br />

04-1630-28 • [EA] Investigating How Experts<br />

Conceptualize Scientific Uncertainty and Communicate<br />

Uncertainty with Journalists and Publics<br />

Becca Beets,<br />

and Dominique Brossard, Wisconsin–Madison<br />

04-1630-29 • [EA] Communicating Authenticity as<br />

Role Models: A Thematic Analysis of Women STEM<br />

Influencers on Instagram<br />

Jocelyn Steinke, Connecticut<br />

04-1630-30 • [EA] Communicating Emerging<br />

Technologies in the Post-Truth Era: The Case of Artificial<br />

Intelligence (AI)<br />

Yangsun Hong, New Mexico,<br />

Eun Cheol Choi, Southern California,<br />

and Chul-joo Lee, Seoul National University<br />

04-1630-31 • [EA] Bridging the Information Gap: An<br />

Analysis of Journalist and Scientist Perceptions on<br />

Wildfire Coverage in Oregon<br />

Laura Gattis, Beatriz Mira, Samantha Lorenzo,<br />

and Hollie Smith, Oregon,<br />

Emily Jane Davis, Oregon State,<br />

and Dan Morrison, Oregon<br />

04-1630-32 • Going Beyond Political Ideology:<br />

A Computational Analysis of Civic Trust in Science<br />

Sangwon Lee,<br />

and Marshall A. Taylor, New Mexico State,<br />

Saifuddin Ahmed, Nanyang Technological<br />

University,<br />

and Won-Ki Moon, Florida<br />

04-1630-33 • Trust in Science versus Conspiracy:<br />

An Application of the RISP Model to COVID-19<br />

Vaccination Context<br />

Jarim Kim<br />

and Juhyun Kim, Yonsei University<br />

04-1630-34 • Reaching Audiences for Science<br />

Communication: The Role of Socio-Demographics<br />

in Attention to Science Content on Social Media<br />

Henry Allen, Isabelle Freiling,<br />

and Sara Yeo, Utah<br />

and Michael Cacciatore, Georgia<br />

Topic VII — Emotions, Messaging, and Social Media<br />

04-1630-35 • [EA] Testing the Effectiveness of<br />

Emotional Appeals on Self- and Others-Focused Mental<br />

Health Outcomes<br />

Nicholas Eng, Georgia<br />

04-1630-36 • How Does Loss-versus-gain Message<br />

Framing Affect HPV Vaccination Intention? Mediating<br />

Roles of Discrete Emotions and Cognitive Elaboration<br />

Chen Luo, Yifei He, Yimeng Xu, Xiaoya Yang,<br />

and Hanying Wang, Wuhan University<br />

04-1630-37 • The Interplay of Emoji Type and Evidence<br />

Type on H.pylori Detection Intentions: Focusing on the<br />

Underlying Emotional Mechanism<br />

Yifei He and Chao Chen, Wuhan University<br />

04-1630-38 • Mental Health Messages on TikTok: The<br />

Use of Emotional Appeals<br />

Sultana Ismet Jerin, Nicole O’Donnell,<br />

and Di Mu, Washington State<br />

04-1630-39 • Examining the Effects of Visual Art<br />

on Emotions, Interest, and Social Media Engagement<br />

on Instagram<br />

Isabel Villanueva, Nan Li, Thomas Jilk,<br />

Julianne Renner,<br />

and Brianna Van Matre, Wisconsin – Madison<br />

04-1630-40 • Diffusion of Polarized Information on<br />

Twitter and Vaccination Behaviors: Understanding<br />

Intertwined Role of Moralization and Emotions<br />

Ali Zain, Zhenlong Li, Chen Liang,<br />

and Xiaoming Li, South Carolina<br />

Newspaper and Online News Division<br />

Topic I — Politics, Elections, and Partisanship<br />

04-1630-41 • Alternative Epistemologies as<br />

Distinguishing Features of Right-wing and Left-wing<br />

Media in the United States<br />

Mark Coddington, Washington and Lee<br />

and Logan Molyneux, Temple<br />

04-1630-42 • [EA] Look, a Trump Indictment: U.S.<br />

Newspapers’ Visual Coverage of the Manhattan Grand<br />

Jury Announcement<br />

Susan Keith, Rutgers<br />

and Leslie-Jean Thornton, Arizona State<br />

04-1630-43 • Trumpism’ and the U.S. Media: A Mixed<br />

Methods Analysis of the Midterm Election<br />

Lana Medina, Pennsylvania State<br />

04-1630-44 • The Government’s Mouthpiece + Brain<br />

The Think-tank Turn of Chinese Newspapers in the<br />

Digital Era<br />

Haiyan Wang, Macau and Liangen Yin, Shenzhen<br />

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70<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

04-1630-45 • Historical Acknowledgement and a<br />

Narrative of the Teaching Material: The Partisan<br />

Newspapers’ Writing Patterns in Chinese<br />

Undergraduate (College and University) Textbooks<br />

Xin Zheng, Shenzhen<br />

Discussant<br />

Cynthia Chen, Butler<br />

Topic II — News Coverages of Sports, Pollution, and<br />

Environmental Risk<br />

04-1630-46 • Shared Concerns Versus Ideological<br />

Preferences: The New York Times’ Coverage<br />

of Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics and Beijing 2022<br />

Winter Olympics<br />

Renyi He<br />

and Xiaoyun Huang, Chinese of Hong Kong<br />

04-1630-47 • Examining the Impact of News and<br />

Topics on Engagement with Tweets about Transgender<br />

Athletes: A Text Mining Approach<br />

Jueman (Mandy) Zhang, Rhode Island,<br />

Yi (Jasmine) Wang, Louisville, Amaya Henry,<br />

and Muhammad Yaseen, Long Island<br />

04-1630-48 • Olympian Women’s Representation in the<br />

News Improved According to Content Analysis of Three<br />

U.S. Dailies<br />

Jenny Dean, Texas Wesleyan<br />

and Francesco Somaini, Central Washington<br />

04-1630-49 • [EA] Neutrality in Midwestern U.S.<br />

Newspapers: How Journalists in Rural States Report on<br />

Water Pollution<br />

Jessica Walsh, Nebraska-Lincoln,<br />

Serena Miller, Michigan State,<br />

Mimi Perreault, South Florida<br />

and Endurance Lawrence, East Tennessee State<br />

04-1630-50 • Covering Environmental Risk<br />

Communication: From “Doom” News to Solutions<br />

Journalism. An Exploration of Mainstream versus<br />

Hispanic and Black Media<br />

Ioana Coman, Texas Tech,<br />

Gabriel Dominguez Partida, Panamericana<br />

and Nihar Sreepada, Missouri State<br />

Discussant<br />

Greg Munno, Syracuse<br />

Topic III — Audience Engagement and Perceptions<br />

04-1630-51 • Inside the Echo Chamber of Secrets: A<br />

Quantitative Review of Selective Exposure and Hostile<br />

Media Perceptions<br />

Sara Holland, Connecticut<br />

04-1630-52 • [EA] The Moderating Role of News<br />

Engagement in Predictions of Media Credibility<br />

Dongni Li, Hong Kong Baptist<br />

04-1630-53 • Community Activists as Agents in<br />

the Journalistic Field: An Exploration of Community<br />

Organizing in the Online Comment Sections<br />

of Local Newspaper Facebook Pages<br />

Jocelyn McKinnon-Crowley, Syracuse<br />

and Elizabeth Chambers, Washington State<br />

04-1630-54 • [EA] Exploring How Well Commenters on<br />

Online News Represent the Whole Audience Group<br />

Seung Woo Chae, Indiana at Bloomington<br />

04-1630-55 • [EA] Shamed, Embarrassed, and Skeptical:<br />

How Inadvertently Sharing Fake News Influences Users’<br />

Perceptions of the Information Environment and Social<br />

Media Use<br />

Tien-Hong Vu and Huong Ha, Kansas<br />

Discussant<br />

Logan Molyneux, Temple<br />

Topic IV — Framing and Audience Effects<br />

04-1630-56 • [EA] The Difference a Decade Makes:<br />

Shifts in How the Media Framed Two Elementary School<br />

Shootings<br />

Elizabeth Skewes, Colorado<br />

and Kathleen Alaimo, Dayton<br />

04-1630-57 • [EA] Collective Memory: An Analysis<br />

of News Frames in the MSU Mass Shooting<br />

Sevgi Baykaldi, Linda R. White,<br />

Soo Young Shin, and Marisa Smith, Michigan State<br />

04-1630-58 • The Interplay of News Framing and<br />

Comment Incivility: An Experimental Study on the<br />

Perceptual and Behavioral Effects of Online News<br />

Exposure Regarding Asylum Seeker Crime Issue<br />

in Hong Kong<br />

Jing Guo, Chinese of Hong Kong<br />

and Yangjuan Hu, Peking<br />

04-1630-59 • Exploring the Congruence of Audience<br />

and Media Frames: The Impact of Political Leaning on<br />

Media Effects<br />

Austin Hubner, Louisville,<br />

August Grant, South Carolina,<br />

Jeffrey Wilkinson, Florida A&M,<br />

Serena Miller, Michigan State<br />

and Colin Piacentine, South Carolina<br />

04-1630-60 • Framing of Afghan vs. Ukrainian Refugees<br />

in Western News Media<br />

Shugofa Dastgeer, Texas Christian<br />

and Desiree Hill, Central Oklahoma<br />

Discussant<br />

Jueman (Mandy) Zhang, Rhode Island<br />

Topic V — Normative Influences and Collaboration in<br />

Journalism<br />

04-1630-61 • [EA] Charlotte Journalism Collaborative:<br />

A Case Analysis of Collaborative Journalism<br />

Serajul Bhuiyan, Savannah State


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Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

04-1630-62 • Abusive Men and the Women who<br />

Enable Them: A Tale of Three Betrayals<br />

Miglena Sternadori<br />

and Bethany Pitchford, Texas Tech<br />

04-1630-63 • “Congratulations to Those Men”:<br />

A Content Analysis of Pulitzer Prize Winners by Gender,<br />

1985-2002<br />

Chad Painter and Danny Robinson, Dayton<br />

04-1630-64 • Interstitial Space of Crisis and the Role<br />

of Normalization and Collaboration in Journalism<br />

Gregory Perrault, South Florida,<br />

Valérie Bélair-Gagnon, Minnesota,<br />

and Jennifer Henrichsen, Washington State<br />

04-1630-65 • [EA] Investigating Institutions: Forces<br />

Shaping Investigative Journalism of Public and Private<br />

Institutions in the U.S.<br />

Evan Lasseter<br />

and Valerie Nava, Missouri at Columbia<br />

Discussant<br />

Kyser Lough, Georgia<br />

Topic VI — Metajournalistic and Theoretical Discourses<br />

04-1630-66 • An Alternative View: The Metajournalistic<br />

Discourse of Mainstream Media Criticism<br />

Michael Dieringer, Missouri at Columbia<br />

04-1630-67 • [EA] Challenging Normative News:<br />

Exploring the Organizational Identity of Non-Profit<br />

Monothematic News Organizations<br />

Nisha Sridharan, Arizona State<br />

04-1630-68 • The Illusio Paradox: Metajournalistic<br />

Discourse in Columns and Editorials about the Nobel<br />

Peace Prize of 2021<br />

Enrique Nunez-Mussa, Michigan State<br />

04-1630-69 • [EA] Effects of the News-Bothers-<br />

Me-Perception on News Media Use and Political<br />

Knowledge<br />

Younghwan Kim, Janggeun Lee,<br />

and Harim Lee, Dongguk<br />

and Bumsoo Kim, Pusan National<br />

04-1630-70 • [EA] Journalists on Strike! Metajournalistic<br />

Discourse on Mass Strikes by US News Workers<br />

Dinfin Mulupi, Maryland<br />

Discussant<br />

Chris Etheridge, Kansas<br />

Topic VII — Challenges Facing Journalism<br />

04-1630-71 • “Freedom” Around the World: How<br />

Global News Covered the 2022 Freedom Convoys<br />

Jessica Maki, Wisconsin<br />

and Caley Hewitt, Louisiana State<br />

04-1630-72 • Endangered Counties: Predicting News<br />

Desert and its Impact on Social Capital<br />

Jaewon Choi<br />

and Edward Malthouse, Northwestern<br />

04-1630-73 • Distinguishing News, Journalism,<br />

and Promotional Content in the Digital Age<br />

Fernanda Kramer and Todd Davies, Stanford<br />

04-1630-74 • Authenticity During Conflict Reporting:<br />

The China-India Border Clash in the Indian Press<br />

Arjun Chatterjee, Hong Kong Baptist<br />

04-1630-75 • Follow the Metrics and Keep Visible:<br />

How Does Social Media Affect For-Profit Companies’<br />

Science Communication Content Production?<br />

Jing Yang and Xizhu Xiao, Qingdao<br />

Discussant<br />

Lindita Camaj, Houston<br />

Topic VIII — AI, Automated Journalism, and Other<br />

Evolving News Practices<br />

04-1630-76 • Intentions to Engage with Automated<br />

Journalism: The Impact of Authorship Cues, Algorithmic<br />

Transparency, and Knowledge<br />

Rui Wang and Yotam Ophir, Buffalo<br />

04-1630-77 • A Global Perspective on Data Journalism<br />

Materiality: Knowledge Production Across Public<br />

Transparency Infrastructure Environments<br />

Lindita Camaj, Houston, Gerry Lanosga, Indiana<br />

and Jason Martin, DePaul<br />

04-1630-78 • Publish First, Verify Later: Digital Tools<br />

and Role Transformation Among Turkish Journalists<br />

Soheil Kafiliveyjuyeh<br />

and Ruth Moon, Louisiana State<br />

and Feyyaz Firat, Ankara Haci Bayram Veli U<br />

04-1630-79 • [EA] Agency and Modality Interaction:<br />

Exploring the Impact of Multimodal AI-Generated<br />

Content on News Credibility<br />

Xinyi Liu, Nanyang Technological, Qing Xiao, China<br />

Diqiao Liang, and Yingqi Pan, Nanyang Technological<br />

04-1630-80 • [EA] Venture Philanthropy, Local News,<br />

and the Murky Promise of Innovation<br />

Brian Creech, Temple<br />

Discussant<br />

Stephen J. McConnell, New York<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M064 Archives Room (M4)<br />

Communication Technology Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Top Faculty Paper Competition<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Brian G. Smith, Brigham Young<br />

Monday


72<br />

Monday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Algorithmic News Diversity and News Recommendations<br />

Does Algorithmic Nudging Suggest Better News?*<br />

Don Shin, Zayed University<br />

Platform Rules as Privacy Tools: The Influence<br />

of Screenshot Accountability and Trust on Privacy<br />

Management**<br />

Alexis Shore and Kelsey Prena, Boston<br />

Perceptions of Discriminatory Algorithm Decisions:<br />

Unpacking the Role of Individual Characteristics***<br />

Soojong Kim, California-Davis<br />

* First Place Faculty Paper<br />

** Second Place Faculty Paper<br />

*** Third Place Faculty Paper<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M065 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Communication Theory and Methodology<br />

and Mass Communication and Society Divisions<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Teaching Computational Communication<br />

Research Methods<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Judith Rosenbaum-Andre, Maine<br />

Panelists<br />

Jihye Lee, Texas at Austin<br />

Josephine Lukito, Texas at Austin<br />

Soojong Kim, California-Davis<br />

Susuma Kumble, Towson<br />

Hyunjin Seo, Kansas<br />

Jieun Sun, Florida<br />

This panel seeks to discuss teaching strategies in research<br />

methods course for including computational social science<br />

research methods used in journalism and mass<br />

communication. While these methodological approaches<br />

have been widely incorporated among researchers, there<br />

has yet to be discussions on pedagogical and practical<br />

reasons to include these methods in undergraduate and<br />

graduate-level research methods courses.<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M066 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

International Communication Division<br />

and Commission on the Status of Women<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Nothing is Safe for Women Online: Hatred, Abuse,<br />

and Women Journalists in the Age of Digitalization<br />

in the Global South<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Neelam Sharma, Idaho State<br />

Panelists<br />

Daniela V. Dimitrova, Iowa State<br />

Delaware Arif, South Alabama<br />

Shahira Fahmy, University of Cairo, Egypt<br />

Magdalena Saldaña, Pontificia Universidad Católica<br />

de Chile, Chile<br />

Shugofa Dastgeer, Texas Christian<br />

This panel will discuss the challenges faced by women<br />

journalists in the Global South. We contribute to the<br />

ongoing discussion around online abuse, harassment,<br />

and threats by providing insights into the challenges<br />

faced by women journalists in the contemporary mediated<br />

society.<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M067 Liberty Salon N (M4)<br />

Law and Policy Division<br />

High-Density Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Roy Gutterman, Syracuse<br />

[EA] Media Literacy as Media Policy: An Assessment<br />

of State-Level Legislative Activity<br />

Trinity Florence, Annaleise Linkenhoker,<br />

Mia Meier, Philip Napoli,<br />

Micaela Simeone,<br />

and Maddie Wray, Duke<br />

Sounding the Alarm: Legal Implications of Evolving<br />

College Media Independence<br />

Jessica Sparks, Jonathan Anderson,<br />

and Ashley Alarcon, Florida<br />

[EA] Pronouns and Honorifics in the Academy:<br />

Theorizing Academic Freedom and Speech Pursuant to<br />

Classroom Management<br />

Michael Park, California Polytechnic San Luis Obispo<br />

Is This For Real? Finding Relief for Deepfakes Through<br />

the Torts of Misappropriation and Right of Publicity<br />

Laurie Thomas Lee, Nebraska-Lincoln


Monday Sessions<br />

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Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

[EA] The View from the Bar: How Media Lawyers<br />

Perceive Their Work<br />

Jonathan Peters, Georgia<br />

UPEPA: A Path Toward SLAPP Protection in Federal<br />

Court<br />

Jenny Cowan, Syracuse<br />

Contextualizing Sheppard v. Maxwell: A Legal and<br />

Historical Analysis of Whether a 1954 Murder Trial Was<br />

Like a Carnival or a Roman Holiday for the Press<br />

Erin Coyle, Temple<br />

Two Paths of Balancing Technology and Ethics:<br />

A Comparative Study on AI Governance in China<br />

and Germany<br />

Fen Lin<br />

and Viktor Tuzov, City University of Hong Kong<br />

Tale of Two Requesters: How Public Records Law<br />

Experiences Differ by Requester Type<br />

A. Jay Wagner, Marquette<br />

and David Cuillier, Florida<br />

[EA] Strict Scrutiny Applies: Except in Texas, Florida,<br />

Illinois, Minnesota and…<br />

Israel Balderas, Elon<br />

and Christopher Terry, Minnesota<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

Panelists<br />

Amy McCoy, Drake<br />

Jacqueline Lambiase, Texas Christian<br />

Lindsay M. McCluskey, State University<br />

of New York at Oswego<br />

Lawrence J. Parnell, George Washington<br />

Claudia Labarca Encina, Pontificia Universidad<br />

Catolica de Chile, Santiago, Chile<br />

The panel will offer strategic insights into how PR practitioners<br />

in government and the nonprofits and private<br />

sectors can improve their communication and enhance<br />

public trust in their messaging. It should also provide<br />

useful insights into best practices in government communication,<br />

identifying areas for more focus in academic<br />

curriculum and encouraging academic research in new<br />

directions.<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M070 Liberty Salon I (M4)<br />

Commission on Graduate Education<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

What I Wish I’d Known: Maximizing Your Time<br />

as a Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant<br />

Monday<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M068 International Spy Museum<br />

Mass Communication and Society Division<br />

Off-site Tour<br />

International Spy Museum<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Juan Liu, Towson<br />

A 90-minute guided tour of the International Spy Museum.<br />

MCSD members can sign up for the tour on a first-comefirst<br />

serve basis. Please see membership e-newsletter for<br />

signup details.<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M069 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Public Relations and Political Communication Divisions<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Can Governments Recover from a Crisis in Trust?<br />

New Research on Local, State, National, and<br />

International Communications<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Janis Teruggi Page, Illinois at Chicago<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Kimi Conro, Colorado State<br />

Panelists<br />

Nicholas Eng, Georgia<br />

Christen Buckley, Florida<br />

Kelsey Prena, Boston<br />

Samuel M. Tham, Colorado State<br />

Meredith Drosback, Deputy Director for Science,<br />

SciLine (American Association for<br />

the Advancement of Science)<br />

Carlina DiRusso, Research Manager, Ketchum<br />

This panel of incoming faculty fresh off the job market,<br />

early career scholars, and industry PhDs will provide an<br />

experienced take on best practices for navigating these<br />

various graduate positions, including topics related to<br />

work/life balance during grad school, maximizing mentorship<br />

and networking through your position(s), advocating<br />

for the professional development and work/research<br />

experience you need, and translating and leveraging your<br />

assistantship work experience into both academic and<br />

non-academic job markets.


74<br />

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Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M071 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

Commission on the Status of Minorities<br />

and Scholastic Journalism Division<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Making DEIB More Than Checking a Box:<br />

The Landscape of New Administrative Initiatives<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Carolyn Walcott, Clayton State<br />

Panelists<br />

Rockell Brown, Syracuse<br />

Celeste González de Bustamante, Texas at Austin<br />

Across the country, journalism and communication colleges<br />

are creating their own DEI deans and programs.<br />

How are these programs going to assess themselves?<br />

What do DEIB administrators see as their challenges and<br />

opportunities?<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M072 Liberty Salon J-K (M4)<br />

Small Programs Interest Group<br />

and Cultural and Critical Studies Divisions<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Jesse Owens: Sensation, Superstar, Sufferer, Symbol<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Pamela Parry, Southeast Missouri State<br />

Panelists<br />

Michael Milford, Auburn<br />

Scott Reinardy, Kansas<br />

Wayne Wanta, Florida<br />

Sport and geopolitics are a rapidly growing area as more<br />

academic studies examine the intersection of sports<br />

with politics. Jesse Owens’ life and his 1936 Olympic<br />

accomplishments made him the first subject of this area,<br />

even before it was studied. Students in 2022-2023 and<br />

beyond need heroes more than ever. This is especially<br />

true for Blacks and minorities who may have more difficult<br />

family backgrounds. Owens, a Black student at (in<br />

this time, very biased) Ohio State when he competed at<br />

the Olympics, is a perfect example of this. This panel<br />

explores how every college/university program, small or<br />

large, can be involved in telling his story.<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M073 Mint Room (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication Elected Standing Committee on<br />

Publications<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Meet the AEJMC Publications’ Editors<br />

and Translation Fellows<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Shahira S. Fahmy, The American University in Cairo<br />

The Publications Committee, responding to strategic<br />

initiatives for AEJMC and its global engagement, has<br />

plans to ensure the organization’s refereed scholarship<br />

is more available to global audiences. These fellows,<br />

working with the editorial team and engagement editor,<br />

will translate abstracts for JMC Quarterly, JMC Educator,<br />

and JC Monographs. These translations would be into the<br />

five official United Nations languages, beyond English.<br />

Applicants should be fluent in Arabic, Chinese, French,<br />

Russian, or Spanish.<br />

4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. / M074 Monument Room (M4)<br />

Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Panel Session<br />

The Long-term Sustainability and Relevance<br />

of JMC Education and Programs<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Raul Reis, North Carolina at Chapel Hill,<br />

president ASJMC 2022-23<br />

Panelists<br />

Jim Brady, Vice President, Journalism,<br />

Knight Foundation<br />

Liz Carter, President and CEO,<br />

Scripps Howard Fund<br />

Teresa Mastin, Michigan State,<br />

Vice President, AEJMC 2022-23<br />

Paul Mihailidis, Emerson<br />

The journalism and mass communication professions and<br />

disciplines continually face relentless technological and<br />

social change. Sustainability depends on nimble and collaborative<br />

adaptation among professional and academic<br />

stakeholders, as well as support from funding foundations.<br />

ASJMC’s Current Issues panel will explore issues<br />

related to the long-term sustainability of JMC education<br />

and programs from professional, academic, and foundation<br />

perspectives.


Monday Sessions<br />

75<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. / M075 Marquis Salons 6-10 (M2)<br />

8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. / M076 Mezzanine Foyer<br />

Keynote Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill,<br />

President, AEJMC 2022-23<br />

Award(s) Recognitions<br />

Presentation of Scripps Howard Awards:<br />

Introduction<br />

Liz Carter, President and CEO,<br />

Scripps Howard Fund<br />

2022 Scripps Howard Journalism & Mass Communication<br />

Teacher of the Year Award Recipient<br />

Rachel Young, Iowa<br />

2022 Scripps Howard Journalism & Mass Communication<br />

Administrator of the Year Award Recipient<br />

David D. Kurpius, Missouri<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Opening Reception<br />

Hosting<br />

Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill,<br />

President, AEJMC 2022-23<br />

Primary sponsor of the opening reception, John S. and<br />

James L. Knight Foundaton in honor of the retirement of<br />

Alberto Ibargüen, president and CEO. Additional sponsors<br />

are Trustworthy and ieiMedia.<br />

Monday<br />

2023 AEJMC Equity & Diversity Award Presentation<br />

Recipient<br />

Department of Journalism and Strategic Media<br />

at the University of Memphis<br />

Award accepted by David Arant, chair<br />

Keynote Speaker<br />

Local News: A Train Crash Waiting to Happen<br />

and How to Avoid It<br />

Alberto Ibargüen, president and CEO,<br />

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation,<br />

former publisher, The Miami Herald<br />

and El Nuevo Herald<br />

2023 AEJMC Presidential Award<br />

Alberto Ibargüen, president and CEO,<br />

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation<br />

Instituted in 1984, the AEJMC Presidential Awards recognizes<br />

distinguished service to journalism and mass communication<br />

education.<br />

Ibargüen’s keynote address will be followed by an interactive<br />

discussion on local news with our AEJMC 2023<br />

attendees. The relevance of local news resonates with<br />

professors, professionals, and provocateurs. The keynote<br />

session will celebrate Ibargüen’s stellar contributions,<br />

his powerful legacy, and caring leadership. With a lifelong<br />

commitment to local news Ibargüen’s distinguished<br />

career spans the Hartford Courant, Newsday in New<br />

York, and The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald.<br />

During his tenure, the Miami Herald won three Pulitzer<br />

Prizes and El Nuevo Herald won Spain’s Ortega y Gasset<br />

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Department of Advertising<br />

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Department of Journalism<br />

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Brechner Freedom of<br />

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Brechner Eminent Scholar in<br />

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Journalism/Law<br />

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MÓNICA GUZMÁN<br />

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Tuesday Sessions<br />

83<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

7:00 to 8:00 a.m. / Tu001 Marquis Salon 7 (M2)<br />

Public Relations Division<br />

Business Session<br />

JPRE Editorial Meeting<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Pamela Bourland-Davis, Georgia Southern<br />

7:00 to 8:00 a.m. / Tu002 Chinatown Room (M3)<br />

University of South Carolina<br />

7:30 to 9:30 a.m. / Tu005 Independence Salon H (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Business Session<br />

Elected Standing Committee on Research<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Melita Garza, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,<br />

2022-23 chair, ESC Research<br />

7:30 to 9:30 a.m. / Tu006 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

Alumni Breakfast<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Tom Reichert, dean, South Carolina<br />

Alumni and friends of the School of Journalism and Mass<br />

Communications from the University of South Carolina,<br />

breakfast is on us! Join us for a hearty meal and coffee to<br />

start your day.<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Business Session<br />

Elected Standing Committee on Teaching<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Laura Smith, South Carolina, 2023-23 chair,<br />

ESC Teaching<br />

Tuesday<br />

7:30 to 9:30 a.m. / Tu003 Monument Room (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Business Session<br />

Elected Standing Committee on Professional<br />

Freedom and Responsibility<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Gabriel B. Tait, Ball State, 2022-23 chair,<br />

ESC Professional Freedom and Responsibility<br />

7:30 to 9:30 a.m. / Tu004 Independence Salons F/G (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Business Session<br />

Elected Standing Committee on Publications<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Shahira S. Fahmy, American University in Cairo,<br />

2022-23 chair, ESC Publications<br />

All members of the Standing Committee on Teaching,<br />

including newly elected officers, are encouraged to<br />

attend.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu007 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Broadcast and Mobile Journalism Division<br />

and Community Journalism Interest Groups<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Teaching Journalism Students to Tell Stories<br />

From Their Own Communities<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Sonja Williams, Howard<br />

Panelists<br />

Sherri Williams, American<br />

Angie Chuang, Colorado-Boulder<br />

Oscar Guerra, Connecticut<br />

Danielle Deavours, Samford<br />

Many journalism & communications students do not see<br />

their stories in mainstream media, and if they do, the stories<br />

often don’t represent their authentic experience. This<br />

panel would explore how to teach journalism students to<br />

push back on mainstream narratives and discover how to<br />

tell their own stories from perspectives not always represented<br />

in mainstream media.


84<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu008 Liberty Salon N (M2)<br />

Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk<br />

Division<br />

High Density Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Communicating Science, Health, Environment<br />

and Risk High-Density Refereed Research Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Nicole Lee, Arizona State<br />

Topic I — Science and Journalism<br />

Inequity as the Cost of Overwork: A Qualitative Study<br />

into Journalists’ Understanding of Source Diversity in<br />

Science News and What Can Be Done to Promote It<br />

Joshua Anderson<br />

and Anthony Dudo, Texas at Austin<br />

Personas of Mediatized Scientists: A Qualitative Study<br />

of the Mediatization of Science Within the Scientistjournalist<br />

Relationship<br />

Laura Moorhead, Alice Fleerackers,<br />

and Lauren Maggio, San Francisco State<br />

Journalists’ Handling of Scientific Uncertainty During<br />

the COVID-19 Pandemic<br />

Kelsey Mesmer, Saint Louis<br />

and Rosie Jahng, Wayne State<br />

Topic II — Climate Perceptions and Media<br />

Climate Change Mitigation Through Emissions Trading<br />

System: A Qualitative Content Analysis of Media Using<br />

Agenda Setting Theory<br />

Emily King Kinsey and Saima Kazmi, Colorado<br />

Some Slice of Climate Anxiety… is Good: Exploring the<br />

Relationship Between College Students Media Exposure<br />

and Perceptions about Climate Change<br />

Emmanuel Maduneme, Oregon<br />

Explaining Topical and Emotional Convergence in the<br />

Discussion of Climate Change Using Accommodation<br />

Theory in Deep Learning Models<br />

Nour Zeid, Thomas Frissen, Yeheng Pan,<br />

and Sebastian Scherr, University of Augsburg<br />

Topic III — Communication and Mental Health Support<br />

Patient Influencers’ Campaign to Raise Awareness of<br />

Mental Health: Effects of Illness Disclosure Narrative<br />

Structure and Its Narrative Transportation Experience<br />

Hyosun Kim, Indiana State<br />

Conflict with Children, Psychological Depression and<br />

Problematic Internet Use among Chinese Older Adults<br />

Yu Jia, Tianyuan Liu, Yang Yang, Qinyu Chen,<br />

and Shuang Gao, Wuhan University<br />

Does Sympathy Really Help to Reduce Sigma? Linking<br />

Attention to Depression Information on Social Media<br />

with Social Distance Based on O-S-R-O-R Model<br />

Shuang Song and Donghan Fu, Beijing Normal<br />

Longitudinal Associations of Emerging Adults’<br />

Perceptions of Self-, Peer, and Influencer Authenticity<br />

with Depressive Tendencies<br />

Kevin Koban and Jörg Matthes, University of Vienna<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu009 Marquis Salon 10 (M2)<br />

International Communication Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Digital and Social Media Presentations<br />

of Women’s Rights Internationally<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Sally Farhat, Maryland<br />

Freedom For Feminist’s Voices in Ghana: Digital<br />

platform Use by Feminist and Gender Equity<br />

Nongovernmental Organizations in Ghana*<br />

Felicity Dogbatse, Bowling Green State<br />

[EA] Negotiating the Turbulent Waters of Social Media<br />

by Female Journalists: The Case of Uganda<br />

Stephen Ssenkaaba, Oregon<br />

Empowerment in Focus: Framing Saudi Women’s Rights<br />

Through Vision 2030 in Arabic and Western News<br />

Narratives<br />

Yusra Alzahrani, and Lily Zeng, Arkansas State<br />

[EA] Reporting from the Outside While Looking In:<br />

Iranian Diaspora Journalists and #WomanLifeFreedom<br />

Sara Shaban, Seattle Pacific,<br />

and Soheil Kafiliveyjuyeh, Louisiana State<br />

“Woman, Life, Freedom” A Visual Rhetoric Analysis<br />

of #MahsaAmini on Twitter<br />

Menna Elhosary, Laila Abbas<br />

and Shahira S. Fahmy, American University in Cairo<br />

Discussant<br />

Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh, Butler<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

* Third Place, James W. Markham Student Paper<br />

Competition<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu010 Capitol Room (M4)<br />

Magazine Media<br />

and Cultural and Critical Studies Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Freedom to Be: How Magazines Build Communities<br />

for All Women, of All Faiths, at All Life Stages


Tuesday Sessions<br />

85<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Carol Terracina-Hartman, Murray State<br />

Panelists<br />

Caroline Kitch, Temple<br />

Michael Longinow, Biola<br />

Joy Jenkins, Tennessee, Knoxville<br />

Tamara Welter, Biola<br />

Denise Rolark Barnes, Washington Informer<br />

This panel will explore questions such as: Is the Supreme<br />

Court decision positioned as an issue of religion versus<br />

politics? How is religion represented: Is organized religion<br />

to blame for this Supreme Court decision? How is<br />

faith depicted? Is faith represented as a personal choice<br />

a relationship outside politics? Can women be multidimensional?<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu011 Marquis Salon 8 (M2)<br />

Mass Communication and Society Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Media Effects and Mental Health<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Terri Hernandez, Mississippi State<br />

The Mental Health Gratifications and Consequences<br />

of Video Games: In the Words of Gamers<br />

Scott Parrott, Alabama<br />

Happy Being Me: Unraveling the Effect Process of<br />

Appearance-Related Social Media Exposure on Body<br />

Esteem Among Females with Varying Levels of Trait<br />

Self-Objectification*<br />

Hongjie Tang and Yongjie Yue, Tsinghua University<br />

Does Interaction with Social Media Influencers Make<br />

You Feel Lonely? The Mediating Roles of Parasocial<br />

Relationship, Sense of Belonging, and Social Support<br />

Juan Liu and Jung-Sook Lee, Towson<br />

[EA] “We’re All in This Together:” Self-Transcendent<br />

Social Media and the Eudaimonic Media Experience<br />

David Peters and Carol Liebler, Syracuse<br />

Watching Awe-Inspiring Videos Promote Tolerance<br />

Towards Others Through Humility<br />

Yu-Hao Lee and Qing Xu, Florida,<br />

and Tammy JihHsuan Lin, National ChengChi<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu012 Liberty Salon J-K (M4)<br />

Media Ethics Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Expanding the Ethical Toolbox and Implications<br />

for Identity<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Sydney Forde, Pennsylvania State<br />

Sound Ethics: The Perils and Promise of True Crime<br />

Podcast Journalism*<br />

David Dowling, Iowa<br />

Moral Entrepreneurship as a Framework to Teaching<br />

Public Relations and Activism: University Educators’<br />

Perspectives<br />

Elina Erzikova, Central Michigan<br />

The Slavery on Long Island Project: Using Experiential<br />

Learning to Teach Student Journalists How to Tap<br />

History and Community Stakeholders to Report on Race<br />

in America<br />

Karen Masterson, Richmond,<br />

Zachary Dowdy,<br />

and Terence Sheridan, Stony Brook<br />

Moral Identity Development Among Emerging Adults<br />

in Media: A Longitudinal Analysis<br />

David Craig, Oklahoma,<br />

Patrick Plaisance, Pennsylvania State,<br />

Erin Schauster, Colorado-Boulder,<br />

Chris Roberts, Alabama,<br />

Katie Place, Quinnipiac,<br />

Casey Yetter, Oklahoma,<br />

and Jin Chen, Pennsylvania State<br />

Discussant<br />

Joy Jenkins, Tennessee, Knoxville<br />

*Professional Relevance Award<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu013 Marquis Salon 9 (M2)<br />

Media Management, Economics and Entrepreneurship<br />

and Political Communication Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Responsible AI in Media and Journalism<br />

Tuesday<br />

Discussant<br />

Christina Najera, Tennessee at Knoxville<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

* Second Place, Student Competition Paper<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Kelly Kaufhold, Texas State<br />

Panelists<br />

Sabine Baumann, Jade/Berlin School of Economics<br />

& Law, Germany<br />

Roselyn Du, California State Fullerton


86<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Kerk Kee, Texas Tech<br />

Alexandra Merceron, Columbia<br />

Donghee Shin, Zayed, Dubai<br />

Jon Zmikly, Texas State<br />

Panelists explore AI in media and journalism, including<br />

the algorithmization of news reporting, the implications<br />

of tools such as ChatGPT, and resulting challenges of<br />

media production as well as consumption. They address<br />

ethical and legal implications of these technologies and<br />

call for a responsible use and application in media organizations.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu014 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Public Relations Division<br />

and Commission on the Status of Minorities<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Historical Moments in Public Relations:<br />

Gender and Race “Through the Years”<br />

Dedicated to Dr. Carolyn Cline*<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Linda Aldoory, American<br />

Panelists<br />

Denise Hill, Vice President of Corporate<br />

Communications and Community Relations,<br />

Lowes Companies, Inc.<br />

Karla Gower, Alabama<br />

Pamela Bourland-Davis, Georgia Southern<br />

Nneka Logan, Virginia Tech<br />

Janice Smith, Morgan State<br />

Respondent<br />

Elizabeth Toth, Professor Emerita, Maryland<br />

This panel brings together the experts and the innovators<br />

who have investigated and/or experienced gender and<br />

race at different historical moments. From the 1960s to<br />

today, panelists will offer snapshots and cases that illustrate<br />

the relationships, challenges, and impact of women<br />

and people of color in public relations.<br />

*Dr. Cline’s research led to “The Velvet Ghetto: The<br />

Impact of the Increasing Percentage of Women in Public<br />

Relations and Business Communication,” in 1986. She<br />

was among the first to lead in the feminist scholarly<br />

movement in public relations. She passed away on Nov.<br />

28, 2022.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu015 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

Scholastic Journalism Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Advancing Journalism and Mass Communication<br />

Education Through Research-Backed Approaches<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Kimberly Lauffer, Keene State College<br />

[EA] Too Many Cases, Too Little Support: How the<br />

Debate Over What Instructors Teach in Media Law<br />

Courses is a Symptom of Institutional Changes in Mass<br />

Communication Education<br />

Kyla Garrett Wagner, Syracuse,<br />

Genelle Belmas, Kansas<br />

and Daxton “Chip” Stewart, Texas Christian<br />

Understanding the Teaching of Media Literacy in Higher<br />

Education Environments*<br />

McKenna Premus, Minnesota<br />

Visual Communications Curriculum for the 21st Century:<br />

A Longitudinal Assessment of a Communication Design<br />

Program<br />

Adam Wagler, Nebraska<br />

and Katie Kcrmarik, Illinois State<br />

[EA] Instructor Perceptions of AP Style Teaching<br />

Methods in Journalism Education<br />

Brian Delaney, Auburn, Jessica Walsh, Nebraska,<br />

Justin Blankenship and Hannah Luz, Auburn<br />

Discussant<br />

Melanie Wilderman, Oklahoma<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

* Second Place Student Paper<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu016 Mint Room (M4)<br />

Visual Communication Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Creative Research Competition Winners<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Jennifer Midberry, Lehigh<br />

Award Winners<br />

Photography<br />

It’s Hard to Stop Rebels that Time Travel<br />

Raymond Thompson, Jr., Texas at Austin


Tuesday Sessions<br />

87<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Film and Video<br />

Dreaming of a Free Press<br />

Joe Gosen and Brian J. Bowe, Western Washington<br />

Design Award<br />

Piranesi’s Worlds<br />

Jason Porter, South Carolina<br />

The Creative Research Competition is an opportunity to<br />

have your creative research vetted in a blind-juried, peerreviewed<br />

international competition.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu017 Independence Salons A-E (M4)<br />

Commission on Graduate Education<br />

and Communication Technology Division<br />

Scholar-to-Scholar (Poster) Refereed Research Paper<br />

Session<br />

Communication Technology Division<br />

Topic — AI and Health<br />

05-0830-01 • Can an In-group AI Therapist That<br />

Provides High Interactive Messages Increase Disclosure<br />

Intention of Mental Health Problem?<br />

Eunchae Jang and Yansheng Liu, Pennsylvania State<br />

05-0830-02 • [EA] Privacy Concern and Online<br />

Medical Consultation: A Survey Based on the Health<br />

Belief Model<br />

Shuo Yao and Haoran Chu, Florida<br />

05-0830-03 • AI Anxiety: Explication and Exploration of<br />

Effect on State Anxiety When Interacting with AI Doctors<br />

Hyun Yang and S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State<br />

05-0830-04 • Sharing for Better Health: Exploring Age,<br />

Health Data Sharing Behavior, and Relatedness Needs<br />

in Mobile Health Apps<br />

Eun Hwa Jung, Kookmin University<br />

05-0830-05 • [EA] Use of an Interactive Care<br />

Coordination Assistant (ICCA) for Diabetes Management<br />

Moon Lee, Jeongwon Yang, Shengjie Yao,<br />

Heejae Lee, Nalae Hong, and Xi Liu, Syracuse<br />

Discussant<br />

Staci Smith, Brigham Young<br />

Topic — Social Media and Health<br />

05-0830-06 • [EA] Emotional Contagion and Expressions<br />

of Fertility Concepts in Discussions on Fertility Topics on<br />

Sina Weibo<br />

Yijie Ye, Yubin Li<br />

and Hao Gao, Nanjing Normal University<br />

05-0830-07 • Tell Me More: Longitudinal Relationships<br />

Between Online Self-Disclosure, Co-Rumination, and<br />

Psychological Well-Being<br />

Anja Stevic, Kevin Koban,<br />

and Jörg Matthes, University of Vienna<br />

05-0830-08 • Predicting the Effects of Online Health<br />

Information Processing on Successful Aging: A<br />

Communicative Ecology Perspective<br />

Tai-Yee Wu, Huai-Kuan Zeng<br />

and Wei-Hong Lin, National Yang Ming Chiao<br />

Tung University<br />

and David Atkin, Connecticut<br />

05-0830-09 [EA] #DeleteYourPeriodTracker: Twitter<br />

Users Sentiments About Data Privacy and Women’s<br />

Health in Post-Roe America<br />

Jessica Myrick, Mengqi Liao, Ryan Wang,<br />

and S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State<br />

05-0830-10 • Understanding Health Misinformation<br />

Sharing Among the Middle-aged or Above in China<br />

Chen Luo, Wuhan University,<br />

Yulong Tang, Beijing Institute of Graphic<br />

Communication<br />

and Yan Su, Peking University<br />

Discussant<br />

Mustafa Oz, Tennessee-Knoxville<br />

Topic — Social Media Effects, Mood and Image<br />

05-0830-11 • Be Well with Social Media: Exploring the<br />

Effects of Social Media Writing on Subjective Happiness<br />

among Young Adults in US<br />

Jung Kyu Kim, Jin-Ae Kang,<br />

and Glenn Hubbard, East Carolina<br />

05-0830-12 • Coping with Negative Moods using<br />

Mobile Media Among Young Adults<br />

Hannah Lee, Yoon Lee,<br />

and Soontae An, Ewha Womans University<br />

05-0830-13 • Feelings, Follows, and Feeds: Mood<br />

Effects on Social Media Use<br />

Chelsea Hampton, Brittany Shaughnessy,<br />

Tracey Kyles, Uma Raja, Eliana DuBosar,<br />

Grant Jones, Jie Jin, Jennifer Maizel,<br />

and Benjamin Johnson, Florida<br />

05-0830-14 • [EA] Body Image and Food Content on<br />

TikTok: Exploring the Influence of TikTok Videos on<br />

Users’ Body Image<br />

Ekaterina Lisovskaia, Hechen Ding<br />

and Jun Pei, Kansas<br />

05-0830-15 • Do I Look Good Enough? Examining the<br />

Relationship Between Instagram Appearance-Related<br />

Activities and Body Image Concerns Among Egyptian<br />

Males<br />

Laila Abbas, Menna Elhosary,<br />

and Rasha Abdulla, American University in Cairo<br />

Discussant<br />

Itai Himelboim, Georgia<br />

Tuesday


88<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Topic — Communication Technology, Crises,<br />

and Activism<br />

05-0830-16 • Transmedia Organizing in Climate<br />

Change Movement of the Current Era<br />

Sohana Nasrin, Tampa<br />

05-0830-17 • [EA] Unveiling the Hidden Stories:<br />

Exploring Survivors’ Narratives of Sexual Harassment<br />

in the #MosqueMeToo Movement<br />

Shoaa Almalki, Texas at Austin<br />

05-0830-18 • Is Chatbot’s Empathy Contagious? Effects<br />

of Empathy Types and Chatbot Identity in Soliciting<br />

Donation for #StopHateAisan<br />

Minjin Rheu, Taeyoung Kim<br />

and Chris Yim, Loyola-Chicago<br />

05-0830-19 • VR Technology and Humanitarian Crises:<br />

Political Ideology, Sympathy, and the Intention to Donate<br />

Porismita Borah, Bimbisar Irom, Yoon Joo Lee,<br />

Danielle Ka Lai Lee and Di Mu, Washington State,<br />

and Anastasia Vishnevskaya, Eylul Yel,<br />

and Ron Price, Purdue<br />

05-0830-20 • Exploring the Impact of Augmented<br />

Reality in Disaster Journalism: An Integrated Research<br />

Framework<br />

Sai Datta Mikkilineni, Miaohong Huang,<br />

Jiyoung Lee, and Madison Duboise, Alabama<br />

Discussant<br />

Christen Buckley, Florida<br />

Topic — AI, Algorithms and Behavior<br />

05-0830-21 • When We Think “News Will Find Me”:<br />

Relative Credibility of Social-Media Friends,<br />

Algorithms and Editors<br />

Mengqi Liao, Yuan Sun, Timilehin Durotoye;<br />

and S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State;<br />

and Homero Gil de Zúñiga, University of<br />

Salamanca / Pennsylvania State<br />

05-0830-22 • Mobility Disrupted: The Power of<br />

Algorithms Over Domestic Traveling During COVID-19<br />

Pandemic in China<br />

Nebojsa Stevanovic, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

05-0830-23 • Swayed by the Algorithm or Owning<br />

It? Gen Z’s Dance with Social Media Personalization<br />

Architectures<br />

Stephen J. McConnell, New York University<br />

05-0830-24 • [EA] AI Fairness and Trust in Predicting<br />

Support for Algorithmic Misinformation Moderation<br />

Ming Wang, Nebraska-Lincoln<br />

05-0830-25 • Behind the Black Box: The Moderating<br />

Role of the Machine Heuristic on the Effect of<br />

Transparency Information about Automated Journalism<br />

on Hostile Media Bias Perception<br />

Rui Wang and Yotam Ophir, Nebraska-Lincoln<br />

Topic — Bots, ChatGPT, and AI<br />

05-0830-26 • [EA] Bots Versus Humans: Who Can<br />

Challenge Corporate Hypocrisy on Twitter?<br />

Serena Armstrong, Caitlin Neal, Rongwei Tang<br />

and Emily Vraga, Minnesota<br />

05-0830-27 • [EA] Factors Influencing Adoption<br />

of ChatGPT: Extending UTAUT Model<br />

Sangwon Lee, S. Mo Jones-Jang, Myojung Chung,<br />

and Nuri Kim, New Mexico State<br />

05-0830-28 • [EA] When Chatbots Make Errors:<br />

Cognitive and Affective Pathways to Understanding<br />

Forgiveness of Chatbot Errors<br />

Bolin Cao, Zhenming Li and Li Jiang, Shenzen<br />

05-0830-29 • Whose Love Story is More Visible?<br />

Examining the User-to-User Sharing in an Online<br />

Community of Human-chatbot Romance<br />

Shuyi Pan, Jie Cui,<br />

and Yi Mou, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

Discussant<br />

Gina Baleria, Sonoma<br />

Topic — Communication Technology and Fact Checking<br />

05-0830-30 • [EA] Cross Country Correction: Who<br />

Witnesses and Performs Corrections on Social Media<br />

in Four Countries<br />

Emily Vraga, Leticia Bode, Rongwei Tang<br />

and Shelley Boulianne, Georgetown<br />

05-0830-31 • Who Shares Misinformation on Social<br />

Media? A Meta-analysis of Audience Traits Related to<br />

Misinformation Sharing<br />

Yanqing Sun and Juan Xie, Holy Names<br />

05-0830-32 • You’ve Been Fact-Checked! Examining<br />

The Effectiveness of Social Media Fact-checking Against<br />

the Spread of Misinformation<br />

Ben Wasike, Texas Rio Grande Valley<br />

05-0830-33 • User Responses to Misinformation<br />

Flagging by Automated vs. Human Fact-Checkers<br />

Mengqi Liao and Sian Lee, Pennsylvania State,<br />

Annie Dooley, Ohio State, S. Shyam Sundar,<br />

and Aiping Xiong, Pennsylvania State<br />

05-0830-34 • Selective Citations in Fact-Checking:<br />

Proposing an Analytical Approach<br />

Chao (Chris) Su, Yi (Grace) Ji, Arunima Krishna,<br />

and James Cummings, Boston, Rosalynn Vasquez<br />

and Harsh Taneja, Illinois Urbana Champaign,<br />

and Michelle Amazeen, Boston<br />

Discussant<br />

Amanda Sturgill, Elon<br />

Discussant<br />

Anne Oeldorf-Hirsch, Connecticut


Tuesday Sessions<br />

89<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Topic — Communication in the Virtual World<br />

05-0830-35 • When Humans Respond to Virtual<br />

Emotions: Affective, Attitudinal, and Behavioral<br />

Responses to Virtual Human’s Expression of Happiness,<br />

Sadness, and Lust<br />

Sitan Li, Jeongmin Ham,<br />

and Matthew S. Eastin, Texas at Austin<br />

05-0830-36 • [EA] Ritual of Objectivity vs. Ritual<br />

of Emotionality: Emotion Display and the Credibility<br />

of Virtual Newscasters<br />

Yicong Guan, Yi Mou,<br />

and Shuyi Pan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

05-0830-37 • Whom Am I Following? Toward an<br />

Integrated Model of Mind Perception and Source<br />

Orientation for Human-Virtual Influencer Encounters<br />

Fanjue Liu, Florida<br />

05-0830-38 • Key Characteristics of VR Videos and<br />

Their Impacts on Audience Engagement<br />

Huyen Nguyen and Madeline Wilson, Kansas State<br />

05-0830-39 • Immersive Journalism Research,<br />

Dominated by Media Effects and Gratifications:<br />

A Systematic Review of Academic Literature Since 2010<br />

Juan Camilo Hernández,<br />

and Víctor García-Perdomo, Universidad<br />

de La Sabana<br />

Discussant<br />

Michael Horning, Virginia Tech<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

Commission on Graduate Education Showcase<br />

(AEJMC DIG’s Participation)<br />

Advertising Division<br />

05-0830-40 • “One Size Fits All” or “All Fit in One<br />

Size”? An Analysis of the Branding and Advertising<br />

Strategies of Brandy Melville<br />

Huahua Dong<br />

05-0830-41 • Match-up Hypothesis in Advertisement:<br />

Gender Stereotype of Male Endorser and Advertising<br />

Attitude<br />

Xinran Sheng, Jingyu Wu, and Siyang Tan<br />

Communicating Science, Health, Environment, and Risk<br />

Division<br />

05-0830-42 • How Fossil Fuel Companies Use Native<br />

Advertisements to Shift Environmental Narratives in U.S.<br />

Media<br />

Emma Longo, Boston<br />

05-0830-43 • The Third Person Effect of COVID-19<br />

Misinformation and The Role of Media Literacy in<br />

Health Behaviors<br />

Hae Yeon Seo, Washington State<br />

Communication Technology Division<br />

05-0830-44 • AI or Real Human? Connecting<br />

Anthropomorphic Voice-based Conversational Agents<br />

with Perceived Usefulness and Loneliness<br />

Jingwei Liu and Yibei Yu<br />

05-0830-45 • Expanding Time, Expanding Self: How<br />

Does IT Identity Affect Efficiency Software Use?<br />

Yuyingzi Yang<br />

Communication Theory and Methodology Division<br />

05-0830-46 • Conceptualizing How Brand Reputation,<br />

Consumer Identity, and Information Processing Influence<br />

Consumer Decision Making<br />

Louvins Pierre, Connecticut<br />

05-0830-47 • Extension of Theory of Psychological<br />

Reactance: Fear and Anxiety as Additional Affective<br />

Responses & Information Seeking as Coping Response<br />

Eunchae Jang, Pennsylvania State<br />

Cultural and Critical Studies Division<br />

05-0830-48 • Journalistic Perspectives on the Impact<br />

of Embodied Identities and Experiences on Newswork<br />

Carolina Velloso, Maryland<br />

05-0830-49 • Contemporary Art, Interpellation, and<br />

Racialized Gentrification: A Case Study on Hudson<br />

Valley Displacement<br />

Dylan Lackey, Virginia Commonwealth<br />

International and Communication Division<br />

05-0830-50 • A Cross-country Female Leadership<br />

Study: Is the Velvet Ghetto Still Relevant to Strategic<br />

Communication?<br />

Saima Kazmi, Emily Kinsey,<br />

and Pulung Perbawani, Colorado at Boulder<br />

05-0830-51 • Vapes, Followers, and Dresses: How<br />

Lebanese WhatsApp News Groups Advertise Amid an<br />

Economic Crisis<br />

Azza El-Masri, Texas at Austin<br />

Discussant<br />

Weiwen Yu, Arizona State<br />

Law and Policy Division<br />

05-0830-52 • “Moments of Critical Junctures”:<br />

Comparing Public Comment Data on Article 17<br />

of the Implementation of EU Directive on Copyright<br />

DSM RL (EU) 2019/790 to Net Neutrality<br />

Sheila Lalwani, Texas at Austin<br />

05-0830-53 • A Not So Common Carriage: Issues<br />

with Ascribing Common Carrier Status to Social Media<br />

Platforms<br />

Evan Groder, Syracuse<br />

05-0830-54 • Stingrayveillance: An Examination of the<br />

IMSI Catchers’ Abuse of the Civil Rights in the Era<br />

of Digital Policing<br />

Ahmed Alrawi, Pennsylvania State<br />

Tuesday


90<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Magazine Media Division<br />

05-0830-55 • Pink Ribbon Campaign in China: How Were<br />

Women’s Images and Human Health Communicated?<br />

Yang Yi, Miami<br />

Mass Communication and Society<br />

05-0830-56 • Deconstructing Digital Media Literacy<br />

and Social Participation<br />

Xinyu Zhao<br />

05-0830-57 • I Seek, Therefore I Know? Active News<br />

Seeking and Incidental News Exposure on News<br />

Knowledge<br />

Ker Hian Lua, Peng Loy, and Kenan Monteiro, Guan<br />

Media Ethics Division<br />

05-0830-58 • Do No Harm, Do Not Swarm: Storied<br />

Experiences of Mass Shooting Survivors with Journalists<br />

Lisa Krantz, Missouri<br />

05-0830-59 • HIV and MPOX: When Health Collides<br />

with Politics in News Coverage<br />

Boitshepo Balozwi, Missouri<br />

Minorities and Communication Division<br />

05-0830-60 • Objectivity or Advocacy: Black<br />

Journalists’ Role Perceptions and Social Media<br />

Use When Covering the #BlackLivesMatter Movement<br />

Tianting Zhang, Missouri<br />

05-0830-61 • I Am Not My Hair (CROWN): The Critical<br />

Agenda Setting Role of Celebrities and Influencers in the<br />

Movement to End Natural Hair Discrimination<br />

Benjamin P. Tetteh, Syracuse<br />

Political Communication Division<br />

05-0830-62 • Politics or Business — What Overpowers<br />

in the Political Economy of Media Industry:<br />

A Perspective from a South Asian Country<br />

Abu Ahmed<br />

05-0830-63 • Evaluating the Effects of Partisan News<br />

Consumption on Gut Instinct, Mainstream<br />

Perceptions, and Actual Political Knowledge<br />

Alexis Haskell<br />

Visual Communication Division<br />

05-0830-64 • Reckoning with a Racist Past: A Textual<br />

Analysis of Newsroom Mugshot Policies Following the<br />

2020 Racial-Justice Movement<br />

Kayli Plotner, Colorado<br />

Commission on the Status of Women<br />

05-0830-65 • Hollywood’s Misogyny: The Portrayal of<br />

Female Journalists in Oscar Films<br />

Hao Zhang, Universidad Complutense de Madrid<br />

05-0830-66 • Shifting the Narrative of Saudi Women:<br />

A Dynamic Framing Analysis of Four Newspapers Before<br />

and After the Saudi Vision 2030<br />

Yusra Alzahrani and Lily Zeng, Arkansas State<br />

Entertainment Studies Interest Group<br />

05-0830-67 • Always Rooting for the Anti-Hero: A<br />

Critical Analysis of Audience Reactions to the Phase 4<br />

Diversity Initiative in the Marvel Cinematic Universe<br />

Chris DeFelice, Florida<br />

and Kyle Stanley, Louisiana State<br />

05-0830-68 • You Wouldn’t Like Them When They’re<br />

Angry: Review Bombing, eWOM, and Feminist Theory<br />

in Response to “Woke” Media<br />

Alex Eschbach and Casey Yetter, Oklahoma<br />

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Interest<br />

Group<br />

05-0830-69 • It’s: How COVID-19 Affected LGBTQ+<br />

Mediated and Interpersonal Relationships<br />

Clay Williams, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

Participatory Journalism Interest Group<br />

05-0830-70 • Journalism Demystified: The Role<br />

of Citizen Journalism in Covering #EndSARS Police<br />

Brutality Protest in Nigeria<br />

Damilola Oduolowu<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu018 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Small Programs<br />

and Religion and Media Interest Groups<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Wildfire Prevention: Teaching Opinion Writing<br />

and Features in a Post-Civil Discourse Culture<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Michael Longinow, Biola<br />

Panelists<br />

Jack Zibluk, Tennessee at Chattanooga<br />

Jackie Incollingo, Rider<br />

This panel helps faculty learn new ways to guide student<br />

thinking and learning about civility, better listening and<br />

reasoned media dialogue in opinion and feature writing.<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu019 Archives Room (M4)<br />

Kappa Tau Alpha<br />

Business Session<br />

Advisor’s Breakfast<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Beverly J. Hovit, Missouri, Executive Director, KTA<br />

Pre-registration is required.


Tuesday Sessions<br />

91<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

8:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu020 Marquis Salon 12-13 (M2)<br />

School of Journalism and Communication, Shanghai<br />

International Studies University<br />

Executive Committee/Business Session<br />

Online Media and Global Communication:<br />

Bridging Scholarship Between<br />

the Global North and the Global South<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Louisa Ha, Bowling Green State<br />

Writing for academic journals is highly competitive. Even<br />

if you overcome the first hurdle and generate a valuable<br />

idea or piece of research - how do you then sum it up in<br />

a way that will capture the interest of reviewers? There’s<br />

no simple formula for getting published - editors’ expectations<br />

can vary both between and within subject areas.<br />

But there are some challenges that will confront all academic<br />

writers regardless of their discipline. How should<br />

you respond to reviewer feedback? Is there a correct<br />

way to structure a paper? And should you always bother<br />

revising and resubmitting? We asked our AEJMC journal<br />

editors for their tips on getting published.<br />

Panelists<br />

SISU’s 40th Year Anniversary Introduction and<br />

Research on Online Media and Global<br />

Communication<br />

Ke Guo, Shanghai International Studies<br />

University, China<br />

Online Media and Global Communication’s Role<br />

in Bridging the Global North and Global South<br />

Communication Scholarship<br />

Louisa Ha, Bowling Green State<br />

OMGC Themed section on Digital Cities and<br />

Remediation of Global Civilization<br />

Ji Pan, Fudan University, China<br />

Generation Z and Global Communication<br />

Research Initiative<br />

Peiqin Chen, Shanghai International<br />

Studies University<br />

AEJMC’s Membership and Research Globalization<br />

Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

By invitation only.<br />

9:30 to 10 a.m. / Tu021 Marquis Salons 1-5 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Spotlight Panel Session<br />

How to Get Published at AEJMC<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Shahira S. Fahmy, American University in Cairo<br />

Panelists<br />

Daniela Dimitrova, Iowa State, editor, JMC Quarterly<br />

Jami A. Fullerton, Oklahoma State, editor,<br />

JMC Educator<br />

Linda Steiner, Maryland, editor, J&C Monographs<br />

Martha Avtandilian, publisher, Social Science<br />

Journals, SAGE Publishing<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu022 Marquis Salon 6 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Cornerstone Teaching Panel Session<br />

Navigating Solutions for Teaching Diversity,<br />

Equity, and Inclusion in a Democratic Society<br />

Presiding<br />

Laura Smith, South Carolina, 2022-23 Chair,<br />

ESC Teaching<br />

Moderating<br />

Shearon Roberts, Xavier-Louisiana,<br />

2022-23 Vice Chair, ESC Teaching<br />

Panelists<br />

Adrienne Lu, Senior Reporter, Chronicle<br />

of Higher Education<br />

Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill,<br />

2022-23 President, AEJMC<br />

Earnest Perry, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies<br />

and Research, Missouri<br />

Amy Sanders, Editor, Communication Law<br />

and Policy Journal, Texas at Austin<br />

Each year, one of AEJMC’s standing committees takes the<br />

reins for this high-profile conference session. This year’s<br />

panel of distinguished speakers focuses on the realities<br />

of teaching DEI in the United States today. Speakers will<br />

update us on DEI legislation, address alignment of classes<br />

with university and ACEJMC accreditation requirements<br />

for diversity, potential effects on hiring, tenure and<br />

promotion practices, and best practices for handling<br />

FOIA request, constructing your syllabus, and managing<br />

workplace communications. After the panelists’ remarks,<br />

attendees will have 30+ minutes to submit questions and<br />

concerns anonymously to panelists through their cell<br />

phones.<br />

Tuesday


92<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu023 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Broadcast and Mobile Journalism<br />

and Media Management, Economics and<br />

Entrepreneurship Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

News Flash: What Journalism Organizations<br />

Must Do Now to Hire Our Grads<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Deb Wenger, Mississippi<br />

Panelists<br />

Chip Mahaney, Scripps Recruiter<br />

Bree Sison, Anchor, WRVR Richmond<br />

Maureen Linke, Editor and Project Manager,<br />

Wall Street Journal<br />

Ryan Schmelz, White House Radio Correspondent,<br />

Fox News<br />

This panel will include the results of a new survey and<br />

in-depth interviews with recent journalism graduates that<br />

explore what’s affecting their decisions to take or forgo<br />

newsroom jobs. Session attendees will gain fresh insights<br />

regarding the role of low salaries, tough shifts, and<br />

intense pressure in exacerbating the challenges for journalism<br />

employers, and what strategies they can employ to<br />

hire and retain the new generation of journalists.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu024 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Communication Technology Division<br />

and Religion and Media Interest Groups<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Technology, Pandemic and Doctrine: How the<br />

Changes in Online Practice During COVID have<br />

Affected the Landscape of Faith<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Augie Grant, South Carolina<br />

Panelists<br />

Ed Youngblood, Auburn<br />

Nandini Bhalla, Texas State<br />

Amanda Sturgill, Elon<br />

Jim Trammell, High Point<br />

This panel will look at some of the effects of the pandemic<br />

on existing religious practice and on new types of<br />

faith expression such as the Q-Anon movement.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu025 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

History Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Gender, Race, and Class: Marginal Identities<br />

and Media Ambivalence<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Rachel Grant, Florida<br />

Framing Emmett Till: Reporting Both Sides of the Story<br />

Gwyneth Mellinger, James Madison<br />

The Last Invisible Minority: Tropes and Stigma in News<br />

Coverage of Intersex People Since 1752<br />

Miglena Sternadori, Texas Tech<br />

Bored Women and Calculating Men: Gender-Based<br />

Violence in Women’s Magazine Fiction<br />

Bailey Dick, Bowling Green<br />

[EA] “Speed the Parting Guest:” Minnesota Newspaper<br />

Coverage of the 1916 Mesaba Iron Range Strike<br />

Genelle Belmas, Kansas<br />

Discussant<br />

Perry Parks, Michigan State<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu026 Marquis Salon 8 (M2)<br />

Media Ethics Division<br />

and Commission on the Status of Women<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Adopting Ethics of Care in Journalism Practice<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Ann Auman, Hawai’i<br />

Panelists<br />

Joe Jones, West Virginia<br />

Why Care Ethics is for Everyone: The Black Press,<br />

Lifestyle Journalism, and Truthful Reporting<br />

Joe Mathewson, Northwestern<br />

A Feminist Ethics of Care for Reporting on Victims<br />

of Sexual Misconduct/Violence<br />

Linda Steiner, Maryland<br />

Ethics of Care for Covering Gun Violence<br />

Erin K. Coyle, Temple<br />

Panelists will discuss the feminist and life-experience<br />

roots of the ethics of care, and the challenges of practicing<br />

it, as well as provide examples.


Tuesday Sessions<br />

93<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu027 Liberty Salon N (M4)<br />

Political Communication Division<br />

High Density Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Jo Lukito, Texas at Austin<br />

[EA] Riots or Revolution? A Framing Analysis of the<br />

2022 Iran Protests in U.S. and Iranian Media<br />

Farah Mubarak, Peking University<br />

Silencing by Murder? Editorial Coverage of the Jamal<br />

Khashoggi Case in The Washington Post<br />

Amani Ismail, University of Hertfordshire<br />

and Gayane Torosyan, SUNY Oneonta<br />

[EA] “A Poison Running Through Our Body Politic”:<br />

Media Frames of White Supremacists in Response to<br />

President Biden’sBuffalo Shooting Massacre Speech<br />

Alyssa Hill, Utah<br />

[EA] Comparing Presidential Tweets in The News: How<br />

Did the Partisan News Media Report on the Candidates’<br />

Tweets during the US 2016 and 2020 Presidential<br />

Election Campaign?<br />

Miyoung Chong, Stephen Song,<br />

and Monica Ancu, South Florida<br />

Discussant<br />

Juliana Fernandes, Florida<br />

Exiting with Dignified Rhapsody vs the Symbolism of<br />

National Unity: An Examination of U.S. Presidential<br />

Concession Speeches, 1952-2016<br />

Uche Onyebadi, Texas Christian<br />

and Carolyn Walcott, Clayton State<br />

[EA] From Comedian to Leader of the Free World?<br />

Comparing Volodymyr Zelensky’s<br />

Multimodal News Portrayal Around the Globe<br />

Dennis Steffan, Free University of Berlin<br />

and Niklas Venema, Leipzig University<br />

[EA] Public-oriented or Government-oriented? The<br />

Internal Logic of Apologies in Chinese Government<br />

Press Conference<br />

Yaoye Hou<br />

and Qingyun Zhao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

Discussant<br />

Maria DeMoya, Tennessee, Knoxville<br />

Media Coverage of Covid-19 Pandemic during the<br />

Trump and Biden Administrations<br />

Kaejha Dee and Hyoungkoo Khang, Alabama<br />

The (De)-politicization of Internet Memes in Chinese<br />

National Youth Propaganda Campaign: Visual<br />

Mobilization and Cultural Resistance<br />

Jie Cui, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

Interplay of Agenda Setters in the Digital Age: The<br />

Associative Issue Network between News Organizations<br />

and Political YouTube<br />

Bumsoo Kim, Yonghwan Kim,<br />

Janggeun Lee, Han Lin,<br />

and Yi Wang, Pusan National University<br />

Discussant<br />

Alex Moe, SUNY Brockport<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu028 Liberty Salon O-P (M4)<br />

Scholastic Journalism and Communicating Science,<br />

Health, Environment and Risk Divisions<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Addressing Burnout, Recruitment and Retention<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

R. J. Morgan, Mississippi<br />

Panelists<br />

Carol Terracina Hartman, Murray State<br />

Weiwu Zhang, Ball State<br />

Harrison Hove, Florida<br />

Leslie Dennis, formerly of Southern Interscholastic<br />

Press Association<br />

Erinn Harris, Journalism Education Association, VA<br />

How are we as a profession going to sustain quality<br />

instructors in high-profile elective appointments when<br />

those jobs require hours of additional [highly scrutinized]<br />

work for little or no additional pay? This panel will<br />

explore strategies for addressing burnout, recruitment,<br />

and retention.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu029 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Commission on Graduate Student Education<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

TBA<br />

Put on a Positive Attitude: How Nonprofit Beneficiaries<br />

Elicit Empathy in Program Videos<br />

Patti Douglass, Texas Tech<br />

Can a Climate Change News Game Enhance Users’<br />

Interest, Knowledge, and Motivation to Take Action?<br />

Mohamed Salama, Maryland<br />

Tuesday


94<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Public HPV Knowledge Acquisition from Media: Revisit<br />

Media Attention in the Cognitive Mediation Model and<br />

Incorporate the Effect of Fear<br />

Xinying Tan, Tsinghua University<br />

Does Online Gaming Connect Players: It Is More Than<br />

Just Gaming Frequency<br />

Fangxin Xu, Texas at Austin<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu030 Marquis Salon 9 (M2)<br />

Entertainment Studies Interest Group<br />

and Mass Communication and Society Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

The Value of Entertainment Scholarship<br />

for Theory and Research<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Nick Bowman, Syracuse<br />

Panelists<br />

Serena Daalmans, Radboud University, Netherlands<br />

Lindsay Grace, Miami<br />

Ryan Lange, Alvernia University<br />

Charisse L’Pree Corsbie-Massay, Syracuse<br />

Nancy Jennings, Cincinnati<br />

Josh Sheppard, Colorado<br />

Jan van den Bulck, Michigan<br />

This panel spotlights the contributions of an international<br />

and inclusive subset of authors from the 50-plus-chapter<br />

edited volume, Entertainment and Media Communication<br />

published as part of De Gruyter - Mouton’s Handbooks of<br />

Communication Science [HoCS] series.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu031 Capitol Room (M4)<br />

Sports Communication Interest Group<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Representations of Gender Across the Sports<br />

Media Fields<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Jason Stamm, Nebraska<br />

Complicating the Sk8rgrl: Asymmetrical Visibility of<br />

Feminisms in Olympic Skateboarding*<br />

Monica Crawford, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

Promoting Coaches on Instagram: A Content Analysis of<br />

Posts Featuring NCAA Division I Coaches of Women’s<br />

Sports<br />

Martina Santia and Jodi Upton, Syracuse,<br />

and Scott Hirko, Wayne State<br />

University Inspiration, Fairness, Cheating, and<br />

Transphobia: An Analysis of Tweets about Lia Thomas’<br />

NCAA Swimming Championship<br />

Mohammed Madouh<br />

and Rich Johnson, Arizona State,<br />

Samer Al-khateeb, Creighton,<br />

Kyran Cupido, St. Francis Xavier,<br />

and Miles Romney, Brigham Young<br />

Twitter as a Storytelling Tool for Collegiate Women<br />

Athletes’ Complex Self-representations<br />

Shannon Scovel, Maryland<br />

An Awakening in Sports Media: How Sports Journalists<br />

Framed Injustice During the 2012 and 2022 Title IX<br />

Anniversaries<br />

Erin Whiteside and Aman Misra, Tennessee<br />

Discussant<br />

Bill Cassidy, Northern Illinois<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

* Top Student Paper, Sports Communication Interest<br />

Group<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu032 Marquis Salon 7 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

James A. Tankard Jr. Book Award<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Melita Garza, Illinois at Urbana Champaign<br />

James A. Tankard Jr. Book Award Recipient<br />

Journalistic Autonomy: The Genealogy of a Concept<br />

[University of Missouri Press]<br />

Henrik Örnebring<br />

and Michael Karlsson, Missouri<br />

Finalists<br />

City Newsmen: Public Lies and Professional Secrets<br />

in Cold War Washington<br />

[University of Chicago Press]<br />

Kathryn J. McGarr, Wisconsin-Madison<br />

Clash: Presidents and the Press in Times of Crisis<br />

[University of Nebraska Press: Potomac Books]<br />

John Marshall, Northwestern


Tuesday Sessions<br />

95<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

The James A. Tankard award recognizes the most outstanding<br />

book in the field of journalism and communication.<br />

It also honors authors whose work embodies excellence<br />

in research, writing and creativity. First presented in<br />

2007, the award is named in honor of Dr. James Tankard,<br />

Jr., posthumous recipient of AEJMC’s 2006 Eleanor Blum<br />

Distinguished Service to Research Award, former editor<br />

of Journalism Monographs and a longtime University of<br />

Texas at Austin journalism professor.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu033 Liberty Salon I (M4)<br />

Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism<br />

and Mass Communications (ACEJMC)<br />

Workshop Session<br />

Panelists<br />

Del Galloway, president ACEJMC; senior vice<br />

president, Communications Wells Fargo<br />

and Patricia Thompson, executive director, ACEJMC<br />

The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and<br />

Mass Communications (ACEJMC) is the agency responsible<br />

for the evaluation of professional journalism and<br />

mass communications programs in colleges and universities.<br />

There are 119 schools accredited by ACEJMC.<br />

Young Adults’ Intentions Toward the Prevention of<br />

Parents’ Dementia in Taiwan: Examining Personality and<br />

Information Processing in Fear-Appeal Communication<br />

Shu-Chu Sarrina Li<br />

and Cheng-Ting Peng, Institute of Communication<br />

Studies, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung<br />

University<br />

Alleviating Coronavirus Disinformation: Examining<br />

Influences of Social Media (Dis)information Efficacy,<br />

Critical Social Media Post, and Health Literacy<br />

on Preventive Measures and Vaccination<br />

Trisha T. C. Lin, National Chengchi University,<br />

Taiwan,<br />

Jeffry Oktavianus, Hong Kong Polytechnic University,<br />

and Esther H. T. Heng, National Chengchi University,<br />

Taiwan<br />

The Polarized Nasty Talkers: Examining How Different<br />

Social Media Exposure Patterns Play Their Roles in<br />

Affecting Online Incivility Participation in China<br />

Jing Guo<br />

and Jiayu Qu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong<br />

and Zhumeng Zuo, Department of Psychology,<br />

The Chinese University of Hong Kong<br />

Discussants<br />

Zhaoxi Josie Liu, Trinity University<br />

This panel includes a set of studies on Chinese communication<br />

in terms of technology and ideology.<br />

Tuesday<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu034 Liberty Salon J-K (M4)<br />

Chinese Communication Association<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Reflecting and Advancing Chinese Communication<br />

Theories in a Post-Pandemic World<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Yong Volz, Missouri<br />

Zero-COVID or Coexistence? It is An Ideological<br />

Question: Examining Politicized Cognition Underlying<br />

the Chinese Public’s Attitude to Pandemic Control<br />

Xi Luo, Jingjie Qian,<br />

and Hepeng Jia, Soochow University, Suzhou, China<br />

Communicating Environment Protection via VR: Effects of<br />

Realism and Spatial Presence on Risk Perception<br />

Ran Wei, Chinese University of Hong Kong,<br />

Shuhua Zhou, Missouri,<br />

Kannie Huang, Fu Jen Catholic University,<br />

and Renyi He, Chinese University of Hong Kong<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu035 Mint Room (M4)<br />

International Association for Literary Journalism<br />

Studies (IALJS)<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

The Art of Fact in Science and Nature Writing, I<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

David Dowling, Iowa<br />

Panelists<br />

The Art of Fact in an Age of Intuition<br />

April Eichmeier, St. Thomas<br />

Who Will Speak for the Trees?: The Case of Bomi<br />

Hills, Liberia, and the Return of Foreign Bulldozers<br />

to Again Bury this Place “Under the Dirt of<br />

Progress”<br />

Karen Masterson, Richmond<br />

Storytelling for Social Justice: Global News<br />

Coverage of Forced Eviction of the Otodo Gbame<br />

Waterfront Community in Nigeria<br />

Munachim Amah, Iowa


96<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

The Big Picture and the Small Scene. Anna Tsing’s<br />

Assemblages and Capitalist Survivalism vs. Paul<br />

Engle Iowa’s Writer’s Workshop, and the Nature In<br />

Between<br />

Pablo Calvi, Stonybrook<br />

Neocolonialism and Science Journalism: The Case<br />

of India’s The Wire<br />

Subin Paul, IE University<br />

and David Dowling, Iowa<br />

This panel is the second of two sessions addressing efforts<br />

to bend existing journalistic forms to meet the demands<br />

of changes in the scientific and natural worlds that have<br />

inspired advances in reportorial method and perspective.<br />

10:30 a.m. to Noon / Tu036 Marquis Salon 10 (M2)<br />

Urban Communication Foundation<br />

Award Panel Session<br />

Gene Burd Awards for Excellence in Urban<br />

Journalism and Urban Journalism Research<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Robert (Bob) Trumpbour, Pennsylvania State,<br />

Altoona<br />

Presentation of the 2023 Gene Burd Award for<br />

Excellence in Urban Journalism<br />

Recipient — Yvonne Latty, Temple<br />

Presentation of the 2023 Gene Burd Award for Research<br />

in Urban Journalism Studies Recipient —<br />

Parachute Journalism: How Local and Regional<br />

U.S. Journalists Construct and Perceive National<br />

Coverage of Crises in Their Communities<br />

Kelsey Whipple, Massachusetts-Amherst<br />

Panelists<br />

Rauf Arif, Towson<br />

David Boardman, Temple<br />

Yvonne Latty, Temple<br />

Kelsey Whipple, Massachusetts-Amherst<br />

Robert (Bob) Trumpbour, Pennsylvania State,<br />

Altoona<br />

Yvonne Latty is Professor of Practice at Temple University’s<br />

Klein College of Media and Communication. She had<br />

served as a long-time investigative journalist for the<br />

Philadelphia Daily News, with reporting that has been<br />

recognized with numerous awards including Clarion,<br />

Gracie, and Philly Awards as well as recognition for best<br />

short documentary at the Phoenix Film Festival. As director<br />

of the Logan Center for Urban Investigative Reporting,<br />

Latty coordinates, assists, and provides expertise to the<br />

reporting efforts of Temple University students and faculty<br />

as they cover a myriad of urban issues. Latty previously<br />

served as a journalism professor at New York University’s<br />

Arthur Carter Journalism Institute.<br />

Kelsey Whipple is Assistant Professor of Journalism at the<br />

University of Massachusetts, Amherst. In her research<br />

Whipple examines how journalists covering urban communities<br />

within the United States perceive the impact<br />

of “parachute journalism” created by journalists from<br />

national outlets on their work, their news organizations,<br />

their audiences, and their communities. She has conducted<br />

a textual analysis of national coverage of three recent<br />

events in Florida (the Stoneman Douglas High School<br />

shooting, the Pulse night club shooting, and the Surfside<br />

condo collapse), and conducted in-depth interviews with<br />

journalists working in those Florida cities. The judges<br />

felt the Whipple research described an often overlooked<br />

-- and timely -- journalistic phenomenon, parachute journalism.<br />

Her research has been published in numerous<br />

academic journals and included in industry sites such as<br />

the Nieman Journalism Lab. Whipple has received Top<br />

Faculty Paper Awards from AEJMC and ICA.<br />

Both awards, which honor Gene Burd, professor emeritus<br />

of Journalism at the University of Texas and a pioneer in<br />

urban journalism studies, are jointly sponsored by AEJMC<br />

and the Urban Communication Foundation.<br />

Noon to 3 p.m. / Tu037<br />

Religion and Media Interest Group<br />

The US Holocaust Memorial<br />

Museum<br />

Offsite Tour<br />

The US Holocaust Memorial Museum<br />

The Holocaust was the systematic, state-sponsored persecution<br />

and murder of six million Jews by the Nazi<br />

regime and its allies and collaborators. The US Holocaust<br />

Memorial Museum teaches millions of people each year<br />

about the dangers of unchecked hatred and the need to<br />

prevent genocide. Spanning three floors, the museum’s<br />

self-guided Permanent Exhibition, The Holocaust, offers<br />

a chronological narrative of the Holocaust through historical<br />

artifacts, photographs, and film footage. There is<br />

a $1 donation fee per person. Registration is required at<br />

https://aejmc2.wufoo.com/forms/2023-rmig-washingtondc-tours


Tuesday Sessions<br />

97<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu038 Independence Salons A-E (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Scholar-to-Scholar (Poster) Refereed Research Paper<br />

Session<br />

Advertising Division<br />

Topic — Digital Media and Consumer Engagement<br />

06-1230-01 • Exploring the Relationship between<br />

Relevant Multitasking and Persuasion: The Role of<br />

Inattentional Screen Blindness, Elaboration, and Flow*<br />

Yuhmiin Chang, National Chengchi (NCCU)<br />

06-1230-02 • [EA] Building Consumer-Brand<br />

Relationships: Exploring the Effect of Interactivity<br />

on Information Seeking and Sharing Intentions<br />

Louvins Pierre, Amanda Denes<br />

and Carolyn Lin, Connecticut<br />

06-1230-03 • How Do Interactivity Affordance<br />

and Perceived Similarity Trigger User Stickiness in<br />

Livestream Commerce: A Stimulus-Organism-Response<br />

Perspective<br />

Yingying Ma, Zhejiang Communication<br />

06-1230-04 • How Do Live Streaming Ads Influence<br />

Consuming Intentions and Behaviors of the Chinese<br />

Older Consumers?<br />

Zhipeng Yang, Jinghong Xu,<br />

and Lishuai Ma, Beijing Normal<br />

06-1230-05 • Mobile Games Going VR: How Do Game<br />

Mode, Brand Familiarity, and Game Skill<br />

Level Influence Game Engagement?<br />

Ruoxu Wang, Jin Yang and Amy Cook, Memphis<br />

Discussant<br />

Guolan Yang, Oakland<br />

* Open Research Session Third Place, Advertising Division<br />

Broadcast and Mobile Journalism Division<br />

Topic — Journalism in Transition: Building Bridges<br />

Across Topics, Borders, Media Formats, and<br />

Generations<br />

06-1230-06 • News for the Ages: An Examination<br />

of Trust Factors by Generational Cohort<br />

Amy Jo Coffey, and Chris DeFelice, Florida<br />

06-1230-07 • Reimagining Newsroom Convergence in<br />

Africa: The Case of Ghana’s EIB Network<br />

Stephen Ssenkaaba, Oregon<br />

06-1230-08 • [EA] “It’s More About Connection:” The<br />

Form of News on TikTok<br />

Nicholas Garbaty and Michael Koliska, Georgetown<br />

06-1230-09 • [EA] Examining the Role of News-Finds-<br />

Me Perceptions in Vulnerability to Fake News Through<br />

Third-Person Perception<br />

Yu Tian, and Lars Willnat, Syracuse<br />

06-1230-10 • [EA] Norms, Routines, and Boundaries of<br />

Data Journalism in U.S. Public Radio Newsrooms<br />

Stan Jastrzebski, Keren Henderson,<br />

Jocelyn McKinnon-Crowley,<br />

and Kevin Crowston, Syracuse<br />

Discussant<br />

David Dowling, Iowa<br />

Communication Technology Division<br />

Topic — Social Media, Networks, and Information<br />

Sharing<br />

06-1230-11 • Addressing COVID-19 Disinformation<br />

through a Local Lens: A Case Study of Tracking<br />

COVID-19 Twitter Narratives in Pennsylvania<br />

Luliia Alieva, Dawn Robertson<br />

and Kathleen M. Carley, Carnegie Mellon<br />

06-1230-12 • Walking on the Blade: Talkativeness,<br />

Linguistic Diversity, and User Engagement on the Dark<br />

Web Forums<br />

Zhicong Chen, Nanjing University,<br />

and Xiang Meng, City University of Hong Kong<br />

06-1230-13 • The Impact of the Mild and Extreme Level<br />

of Incivility on Opinion Expression: An Experimental<br />

Approach<br />

Mustafa Oz and Scott Greeves, Tennessee<br />

06-1230-14 • [EA] The Role of Recommendation<br />

Fatigue and Media Literacy in Consuming<br />

Recommended Content by Recommender Systems<br />

Junwan Seo, State University of New York at Buffalo<br />

06-1230-15 • Under-served and under-engaged on<br />

social media: How Marginalized Groups<br />

Accessed COVID-19 Relief Programs on Facebook<br />

Jihye Lee and Soojong Kim, Texas<br />

Discussant<br />

Hyunjin Seo, Kansas<br />

Topic — Social Media, Disclosure, and Privacy<br />

06-1230-16 • [EA] Employees’ Use of Social Media<br />

and Boundary Spillover: A Thematic Review<br />

Jiangling Huang,<br />

and Jos Bartels, Hong Kong Baptist University<br />

06-1230-17 • Online Privacy-Disclosure Paradox: How<br />

Interactivity Affects User Perception<br />

Yongnam Jung, Jiaqi (Agnes) Bao,<br />

and S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State<br />

06-1230-18 • Acceptance of Facial Recognition<br />

Technology in Surveillance: Role of Trust, Security,<br />

and Privacy Perceptions<br />

Hyesun Choung, Prabu David<br />

and Tsai-Wei Ling, Michigan State<br />

06-1230-19 • Understanding Americans’ TikTok Privacy<br />

Concerns, Resistance, and Rejection via their Country<br />

Reputation of China<br />

Heesoo Jang, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

Tuesday


98<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Discussant<br />

Laeeq Khan, Ohio<br />

Topic — AI Impact on Personal, Professional, and<br />

Social Life<br />

06-1230-20 • Identifying the Determinants and<br />

Barriers of AI-Powered Smart Home Devices Adoption:<br />

Transforming Customer Experience with Communication<br />

Style and Embodied AI<br />

Cong Lin; Renmin University of China;<br />

Jian Shi, Academy of Contemporary China<br />

and World Studies;<br />

Haocheng Wang, Soyoung Jung,<br />

Na TA, Ruhao Liu, Huajie Cao<br />

and Yuxin Gao, Renmin University of China<br />

06-1230-21 • Is Artificial Intelligence Persuasive?<br />

Examining the Role of AI-Generated Advertisements<br />

on the Manifestation of Machine Heuristic, Counter-<br />

Arguments, Creativity, and Credibility<br />

Sai Datta Mikkilineni and Eyun-Jung Ki, Alabama<br />

06-1230-22 • [EA] Digitally Converging Hometown<br />

Networks and Hometown Social Capital on Smartphone<br />

Amongst Internal Migrants in contemporary China<br />

Yutian Xiong and Yimei Zhu, University of Leicester<br />

06-1230-23 • AI Scientists’ and Lay Publics’ Views of<br />

AI’s Social Impacts: A Comparison of Segmentation<br />

Analyses<br />

Luye Bao, Mikhaila Calice,<br />

and Dominique Brossard, Wisconsin – Madison<br />

06-1230-24 • Embodied AI as Job Interviewer: Exploring<br />

the Effects of AI-Applicant Similarity on Job Applicants<br />

Lewen Wei, University of New South Wales;<br />

Bingjie Liu, and Mu Wu, California State, Los Angeles<br />

Discussant<br />

Benjamin Johnson, Florida<br />

Topic — Communication Technology Effects:<br />

Entertainment and Well-being<br />

06-1230-25 • “It’s a-Me, Mario!”: A Thematic Analysis<br />

of Gamers’ Understanding of Masculinity in Video<br />

Game Characters<br />

Christina Najera,<br />

and Curry Wilson, Tennessee, Knoxville<br />

06-1230-26 • [EA] Smartphone Divide and Its Impacts<br />

on Cultural Capital and Psychological Well-being<br />

Namkee Park, Jae Eun Chung<br />

and Seungyoon Lee<br />

06-1230-27 • Usage Motivations and User Categorizations<br />

of Metaverse: Their Impacts on Offline Activities<br />

Daye Hong and Chang-Hoan Cho, Yonsei University<br />

06-1230-28 • Monkey See, Monkey Makes a TikTok:<br />

An Examination of Gen Z’s Adoption and Perceived Use<br />

of TikTok During the Covid-19 Pandemic<br />

Eseosa Imade, Philip Auter, T. Phillip Madison<br />

and Lauren Auverset, Louisiana at Lafayette<br />

06-1230-29 • Artists or Art Thieves? Media Messages<br />

and Public Opinion about Artificial Intelligence Image<br />

Generators<br />

Paul Brewer, Liam Cuddy, Wyatt Dawson,<br />

and Robert Stise, Delaware<br />

Discussant<br />

Othello Richards, Brigham Young<br />

History Division<br />

06-1230-30 • [EA] Selling Schools: Educational<br />

Publicity in Early Twentieth Century**<br />

Caitlin Cieslik-Miskimen, Idaho<br />

06-1230-31 • Chinese Video Game Industry in Post-<br />

Cold War Era: How the Video Game became Digital<br />

Drug in the 1990s*<br />

Nansong Zhou, New York University<br />

06-1230-32 • Magazine Journalism and Drugs of Abuse,<br />

1945-1965<br />

Bryan Denham, Clemson<br />

06-1230-33 • Seattle’s Vision of Arctic Gold: Erastus<br />

Brainerd’s Klondike Pitch<br />

Derek Moscato, Western Washington<br />

06-1230-34 • America’s Secret Mission with Russia:<br />

Newspaper Coverage of Russian Volga Relief Efforts,<br />

1921-1923<br />

Gulmira Amangalieva, Alabama<br />

Discussant<br />

Pamela Walck, Duquesne<br />

and Ken Ward, Pittsburg<br />

* Third Place, Top Student Paper, History Division<br />

** Top Extended Abstract, History Division<br />

International Communication Division<br />

Topic I — Global Media and Representations<br />

06-1230-35 • The Effects of Cultural Dimensions on<br />

Algorithmic News: How Do Algorithms Reinforce<br />

Cultural Values?<br />

Don Shin and Azmat Rasul,<br />

and Emily Shin, Zayed University<br />

06-1230-36 • From Complicit to Savior: How Western<br />

Media Framed Western Clothing Chains vis-à-vis Rana<br />

Plaza Collapse<br />

Mir Ashfaquzzaman, Iowa<br />

06-1230-37 • [EA] Use of Focus Groups Research on<br />

Health Communication Messages on SRHR: Experiences<br />

of ‘Gender Empowerment’ from the Global South<br />

Carolina Matos, City, University of London<br />

06-1230-38 • Tracing the Influences of Social<br />

Institutions and Media System on the Rohingya<br />

Genocide Coverage: A Comparative Critical Discourse<br />

Analysis of the US and Chinese Press<br />

Mushfique Wadud, Colorado-Boulder


Tuesday Sessions<br />

99<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

06-1230-39 • Can Naomi Osaka Represent Japan? An<br />

Exploration of Values in Japanese College Students’<br />

Attitudes towards Interracial Relationships<br />

Jin Yang, Memphis<br />

06-1230-40 • New Representation of Africa? An<br />

Analysis of Africa-based Chinese Diaspora Vlog Practice<br />

Lei Chen and Zhiying Xu, Iowa<br />

Discussant<br />

Uche Onyebadi, Texas Christian<br />

Topic II — Algorithms, AI, and Influences on the Web<br />

06-1230-41 • How Nature-centered Videos of Li Ziqi<br />

Influence the Formation of Viewers’ Biospheric Values<br />

Jun Xu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

06-1230-42 • [EA] Government Fact-checking in the<br />

South Asian Context<br />

Ahmed Shatil Alam, Umer Bilal<br />

and Mohammad Hossain, Oklahoma<br />

06-1230-43 • [EA] Disciplining and Caring for the<br />

Algorithmic Self in China: Platform Governmentality<br />

and Self-making through Recommendation Systems<br />

Ran Ju, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign<br />

06-1230-44 • ChatGPT3 and the Media in the Global<br />

South: How Non-representative Corpus in Sub-Sahara<br />

Africa are Engaging Chatbots?<br />

Gregory Gondwe, California State - San Bernardino<br />

Discussant<br />

Marina Petric, Texas Tech<br />

Topic III — Media and Global Events<br />

06-1230-45 • Investigating Political Bias of Media<br />

Coverage During the COVID-19 Pandemic in South<br />

Korea<br />

Hyo-sun Ryu, Jae Kook Lee,<br />

and Jiseong Yang, Sungkyunkwan University<br />

06-1230-46 • [EA] Collectivist Culture, Individualism,<br />

Media Fragmentation, and COVID-19 Response in<br />

South Korea<br />

Eunjin Kim, Southern California,<br />

Esther Thorson, Michigan State,<br />

Eunseon Kwon, Texas Christian,<br />

and Chang-Hoan Cho, Yonsei University<br />

06-1230-47 • International Broadcaster Content of the<br />

2022 World Cup on YouTube<br />

Christopher Toula<br />

and Ryan Broussard, Sam Houston State<br />

Discussant<br />

Saima Kazmi, Colorado-Boulder<br />

Minorities and Communication Division<br />

Topic — Minorities’ Identities and Higher Education<br />

06-1230-48 • Critical Pedagogy in a Large Lecture<br />

Classroom: Increasing Awareness, Knowledge, and a<br />

Desire for Change<br />

Kelli Boling, Nebraska-Lincoln<br />

06-1230-49 • JMC Programs’ Response to the Summer<br />

of 2020: An Analysis Through an Anti-Racism Lens<br />

Masudul Biswas, Loyola Maryland<br />

and Dorothy Bland, North Texas<br />

06-1230-50 • From Entertainment to Empowerment:<br />

A Call for Social Media Literacy Education<br />

Kim Smith, Jeanette Wade<br />

and Joseph Jowers, North Carolina A&T State<br />

06-1230-51 • Minoritized Scientists in the<br />

United States: An Identity Perspective to Science<br />

Communication<br />

Leilane Rodrigues, Bruno Takahashi,<br />

and Leigh Ann Tiffany, Michigan State,<br />

Evelyn Valdez-Ward, Rhode Island<br />

and Sunshine Menezes, Michigan State<br />

06-1230-52 • [EA] Connected Learning, Social Media<br />

and Black Youth Participation in Civic Engagement<br />

Jabari Evans<br />

and Covenant Odera Ezenna, South Carolina<br />

06-1230-53 • My VP Looks Like Me (x3): Fictive Kinship<br />

and the Intersectional Identities of Kamala Harris<br />

William Singleton, Chalise Macklin<br />

and Lillie Fears, Arkansas State<br />

Discussants<br />

Vanessa Bravo, Elon<br />

and Mia Moody-Ramirez, Baylor<br />

Political Communication Division<br />

06-1230-54 • [EA] “Racist Equity and Unjust Policies:”<br />

Examining Anti-Black Disinformation in Partisan News<br />

about Critical Race Theory<br />

Marisa Smith, Michigan State,<br />

Deja Rollins, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,<br />

Leilane Rodrigues, Michigan State,<br />

Victoria Fields, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,<br />

Sue Lim and Christina Myers, Michigan State,<br />

Meredith Clark, Northeastern,<br />

Miyoung Chong, South Florida,<br />

and Wanjiru Njonge, Michigan State<br />

06-1230-55 • The Effects of Partisan Ownership on<br />

Election Coverage: A Comparative Analysis of Two<br />

Bangladeshi Newspapers’ Content on Bangladesh’s<br />

2018 Disputed Election<br />

Mushfique Wadud, Colorado-Boulder<br />

06-1230-56 • Public Perception Towards Chinese<br />

Investments: A Kenyan Perspective<br />

Frankline Matanji, Iowa<br />

Tuesday


100<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Discussant<br />

Ming (Bryan) Wang, Nebraska, Lincoln<br />

06-1230-57 • The Impact of Media Exposure and<br />

Information Seeking on Consumers’ Response to<br />

Corporate Political Advocacy<br />

Zicheng Cheng, Pennsylvania State<br />

and Leping You, Miami<br />

06-1230-58 • Encountering Political News in the<br />

Moment of Entertainment? Motivations of Mobile News<br />

Use, Algorithmic Recommendations, and Political News<br />

Exposure on Mobile Phones<br />

Rebecca Yu, Wan-Yun Yu, Yung-Ju Chang,<br />

Jian-Hua Jiang Chen, Chen-Chin Lin,<br />

and Jui-Chun Liu, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung<br />

06-1230-59 • [EA] Do They Care Anymore?: Examining<br />

Effects of Exogenous Shocks on Political Interest and<br />

News Avoidance<br />

Serena Armstrong, Minnesota<br />

Discussant<br />

Weiwu Zhang, Ball State<br />

06-1230-60 • Why People Rely on Fact-Checkers?<br />

Testing Theses of ‘Perceived Severity of Fake News’ and<br />

‘Disappointment in News Media’<br />

Chang Sup Park, Albany<br />

06-1230-61 • Biased Processing of Political Factchecks<br />

on Social Media: Testing the Effects of Partisan<br />

Worldview and User Comments on Political Candidate<br />

Evaluation<br />

Bingbing Zhang, Iowa<br />

06-1230-62 • You Have Been Blocked: Exploring the<br />

Psychological, Personality, and Cognitive Traits of<br />

Blocking Misinformation Sources on Social Media<br />

Saifuddin Ahmed and Adeline Bee Wei Ting,<br />

Nanyang Technological University<br />

and Muhammad Masood, City University<br />

of Hong Kong<br />

06-1230-63 • Source Matters? Exploring the Effects of<br />

Source Congeniality on Fact-Checking on Twitter<br />

Luxuan Wang and Lauren Feldman, Rutgers<br />

06-1230-64 • Uncovering the Dynamics of Political<br />

Misinformation in South Asia<br />

Shudipta Sharma, Bowling Green State<br />

and Muhammed Rashedul Hasan, Illinois at Chicago<br />

Discussant<br />

Emily Vraga, Minnesota<br />

Scholastic Journalism Division<br />

06-1230-65 • [EA] “Witty Catch-Phrase”: Examine the<br />

Influence of Title Elements on Mass Communication<br />

Scientific Publications’ Reach*<br />

Huu Dat Tran, Uyen Diep,<br />

and Nabila Mushtarin, Louisiana State<br />

06-1230-66 • [EA] Why (Not) Be a Journalist?<br />

Investigating the (De)motivations of Modern Media<br />

and Journalism Students<br />

Erik Brooks<br />

and Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

Discussant<br />

Sohana Nasrin, Tampa<br />

* Top Student Extended Abstract, Scholastic Journalism<br />

Division<br />

Community Journalism Interest Group<br />

06-1230-67 • Is Cross-regional Reporting Fading?<br />

A content Analysis of Coverage From Three Mainland<br />

Chinese Press<br />

Fankai Dai, Tsinghua<br />

06-1230-68 • The News Sourcing Practices of Solutions<br />

Journalists in Africa, Europe, and the U.S.<br />

Jennifer Cox, Salisbury, and Serena Miller<br />

and Son Young Shin, Michigan State<br />

06-1230-69 • [EA] Activating Solidarity Journalism:<br />

Analyzing the Impact of Newsroom Union Organizing<br />

on Journalism Practices<br />

Ever Figueroa, Colorado<br />

and Annalise Baines, Kansas<br />

06-1230-70 • Low-power FM Radio and Education:<br />

A Case Study of a Potential Joint LPFM Operation in the<br />

Carolinas<br />

Joseph Kasko, Winthrop<br />

Discussant<br />

Nick Mathews, Missouri<br />

Entertainment Studies Interest Group<br />

06-1230-71 • Retro Video Game Hardware and the<br />

Evocation of Nostalgia<br />

Ben Alfonsin, Texas Tech<br />

06-1230-72 • I Played I Healed: How Gaming Help<br />

Quarantined People Relieve Stress During<br />

the COVID-19 Pandemic<br />

Zizhong Zhang and Jing Jin, Tsinghua University<br />

and Chen Luo, Wuhan University<br />

06-1230-73 • When They Don’t Know: The Ethics of<br />

Causing Emotions and Physical Reactions in the Film<br />

Viewer<br />

Stephanie Salyer, Oklahoma<br />

06-1230-74 • [EA] Projection Effects on Online Dating<br />

Profiles: The Relationship Between Assessment of Selfcrafted<br />

Photos Versus Others’ Photos<br />

Qing Xu, Florida<br />

Discussant<br />

Brad Limov, Texas at Austin


AT MEMPHIS WE’RE<br />

DRIVEN BY DOING.<br />

Memphis receives<br />

2023 AEJMC Equity<br />

& Diversity Award<br />

Our remarkable city lends us unique<br />

opportunities to advance the diversity<br />

and understanding of our profession. We<br />

celebrate our recognition as the 2023<br />

AEJMC Equity & Diversity Award winner<br />

with a renewed commitment to serving<br />

our students and our community.<br />

Memphis-Mainz<br />

exchange partnership<br />

celebrates 20 years<br />

Our relationship with Johannes Gutenberg<br />

University and ZDF television in Mainz,<br />

Germany, began in the mid-1990s and was<br />

formally signed in 2002. In May, we celebrated<br />

20+ years of the exchange. More than 200<br />

students and 10 faculty from both universities<br />

have participated in partnership. On May<br />

10, alongside representatives from the U.S.<br />

German Consulate General, both universities,<br />

and ZDF, we renewed our agreement.<br />

Welcome to our new colleague<br />

Jasper Fessmann, Ph.D.<br />

Assistant Professor of Public Relations<br />

Fessmann joins from West Virginia University and earned his<br />

Ph.D. from the University of Florida.<br />

memphis.edu/jrsm<br />

The University of Memphis is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action University.<br />

It is committed to education of a non-racially identifiable student body.


102<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Internships and Careers Interest Group<br />

06-1230-75 • Commodification of Internship Experience<br />

and Neoliberal Discourses in China’s Job Market<br />

Ziyu Wang, Hong Kong Baptist University<br />

06-1230-76 • How Public Speaking Anxiety Influences<br />

Young Adults’ Career Interests and Plans<br />

Aaliyah Brooks, Tameka Shelford<br />

and Elia Powers, Towson<br />

Discussant<br />

Cessna Winslow, Tarleton State<br />

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Interest<br />

Group<br />

06-1230-77 • Delegitimizing Tactics Amidst Media<br />

Coverage of Trans Athlete Sport Bans:<br />

A Cross-Platform Comparison of Media Framing<br />

Leigh Moscowitz, South Carolina,<br />

and Andrew Billings, Emily Dirks,<br />

Joshua Jackson, and Spencer Tomsett, Alabama<br />

06-1230-78 • Eclectic Performance, Identity Dissonance<br />

and Virtual Spatial Role Reinvention among China’s<br />

Transgender Community<br />

Ran Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

06-1230-79 • Double “Firsts” and Double Binds:<br />

Analyzing News Coverage of Maura Healey,<br />

the “First Lesbian Elected Governor in the U.S.”<br />

Meg Heckman, Northeastern<br />

and Kelsey Whipple, Massachusetts-Amherst<br />

06-1230-80 • Her Body, Himself…but Make it Gay:<br />

Opening Up Carol J. Clover’s Final Girl to Gay Male<br />

Spectators<br />

Joseph Sirianni, Niagra University<br />

06-1230-81 • [EA] From Hudson to Louganis: The<br />

Framing of HIV/AIDS in the Context of Celebrity<br />

Disclosures from 1985-1995<br />

Arthur Cook Bremer, Missouri<br />

06-1230-82 • This Just In, I’m Out: Pioneering Gay<br />

Broadcast Journalists and Disclosure<br />

Robert Richardson, Texas at Austin<br />

Discussant<br />

Rhonda Gibson, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu039 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk<br />

Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Artificial Intelligence and Science Communication<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Kimi Conro, Colorado State<br />

Using ChatGPT to Create Health Communication<br />

Narratives: Results from Three Experiments<br />

Haoran Chu and Sixiao Liu, Florida<br />

Examining the Effect of Social Cues on Healthcare<br />

Chatbots Acceptance and OPR: Trust in a Warm Human<br />

vs. a Competent Machine<br />

Miaohong Huang and Eyun-Jung Ki, Alabama<br />

Science Information Seeking: Humor Type, Perceived<br />

Mirth, Information Processing and Seeking on Artificial<br />

Intelligence (AI)<br />

Sung In Choi, Georgia,<br />

Jennifer Shiyue Zhang, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign<br />

Michael Cacciatore, Georgia, Sara Yeo, Utah,<br />

and Leona Yi-Fan Su, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign<br />

How Themes and Emotions of Social Media Discussions<br />

on Artificial Intelligence Are Associated with Social<br />

Sharing of Messages<br />

Soojong Kim, California, Davis,<br />

Poong Oh, Nanyang Technological University,<br />

Jae Eun Chung, Howard,<br />

and Chul-joo Lee, Seoul National University<br />

[EA] AI-powered Mental Health Communication:<br />

Examining the Effects of Expectations on Health<br />

Behavioral Intentions<br />

Xuan Qian and Shupei Yuan, Northern Illinois<br />

Discussant<br />

Leticia Bode, Georgetown<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu040 Marquis 8 (M2)<br />

History and Media Ethics Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Coming Clean: Truth, Reconciliation,<br />

and Reparation in Journalism<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

TBA


PAGE 8 | AEJMC NEWS, JULY 2023<br />

Law & Policy Division<br />

ASSOCIATION FOR EDUCATION IN JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION<br />

50 th Anniversary Celebration<br />

Congratulations to the Law & Policy Division for 50 years of scholarship,<br />

free-expression advocacy, and leadership.<br />

The Law & Policy Division was created in 1973, amidst a string of legal challenges and First Amendment<br />

questions that were shaping free expression. So much and so little have changed in the 50 years that<br />

have passed. The division continues to explore and advocate for free expression.<br />

Dwight Teeter, University of Kentucky, presided over the division’s first business meeting at the 1974<br />

conference. By then the new division had 100 members. He wrote, “Witness the decisions of the<br />

Supreme Court in the past few weeks in cases affecting access to media, obscenity, reporter access to<br />

prisons, libel, and freedom to dissent in the military service.”<br />

Teeter credited Don Gillmor, University of Minnesota, “as the prime architect” of the division’s first<br />

conference programming. This year, we begin a yearlong celebration of the Law & Policy Division’s<br />

legacy as we also keep an eye on the future.<br />

Help us get our yearlong celebration started by joining us for our joint social with the Media<br />

Management and Economics and Communicating Science, Health, Environment, and Risk divisions.<br />

The social will be held during AEJMC’s annual conference at the Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C., at<br />

8:15 p.m. on Wednesday, August 9, in the Marquis Ballroom Salons 8­10 Foyer on Meeting Level 2.


104<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Panelists<br />

Michael Fuhlhage, Wayne State<br />

Lee Wilkins, Missouri<br />

Gwyneth Mellinger, James Madison<br />

Meredith D. Clark, Northeastern<br />

Keith Woods, National Public Radio<br />

This panel will explore truth and reconciliation efforts by<br />

American news organizations in the last few years, the<br />

philosophical and theological underpinnings for such<br />

efforts, efforts that these news organizations have made<br />

to assess racist coverage patterns and practices going<br />

back to the nineteenth century, the difference between<br />

lip service and meaningful apology and action to mend<br />

rifts between news organizations and their communities,<br />

attempts to diversify the newsroom and the obstacles<br />

that have impeded them, and the need for reparations in<br />

American news media.<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu041 Marquis Salon 9 (M2)<br />

Law and Policy<br />

and International Communication Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

The Global Future and Policymaking Impact<br />

of Media Law Research<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Shelley Kimball, Johns Hopkins<br />

Panelists<br />

Amy Mitchell, The Center for News, Technology,<br />

and Innovation<br />

Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological University<br />

Kyu Ho Youm, Oregon<br />

Edward L. Carter, Brigham Young<br />

In recent years, media law scholars have focused analysis<br />

on media law research itself, analyzing methods and<br />

typologies of analysis as well as the place of media law<br />

research in society, academia, and policymaking. In<br />

connection with the 10th anniversary of the Harry W.<br />

Stonecipher, which annually recognizes top media law<br />

scholarship, this panel focuses on the state of media<br />

law research and its developing contribution not only to<br />

academic discourse but to policy and lawmaking around<br />

the globe.<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu042 Marquis Salon 10 (M2)<br />

Mass Communication and Society<br />

Division and Commission on the Status of Minorities<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Fair Chance Diversity Sourcing & Reporting<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Joe Grimm, Michigan State; former Detroit Free<br />

Press reporter and diversity recruiter<br />

Panelists<br />

Lucinda Davenport, Michigan State<br />

Peter Bhatia, CEO, Houston Landing<br />

Marissa Martinez, POLICO State Policy and Politics<br />

Reporter<br />

Laura Soto Barra, National Public Radio (NPR), VP<br />

of Research, Archives & Data Strategy<br />

Journalism has an ethical responsibility to reflect communities.<br />

Newsrooms and universities are developing<br />

freeware tools that reporters use to compare census<br />

demographics to their sourcing. Participants will experience<br />

the tools on their own phones.<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu043 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Minorities and Communication<br />

and Media Management, Economics<br />

and Entrepreneurship Divisions<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Tuning into Radio Trends and Preservation Issues<br />

at HBCU Stations<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Dorothy Bland, North Texas<br />

Panelists<br />

Marquita Smith, Mississippi<br />

Jocelyn Robinson, HBCU Radio Preservation Project<br />

Vicci Saunders, Howard University’s WHUR<br />

Jacqueline Jones, Morgan State<br />

This panel focuses on radio trends and preservation issues<br />

at HBCU stations. In addition to preservation, other topics<br />

to be addressed include programming, business models,<br />

revenue streams, audience, curriculum opportunities,<br />

and the evolution of technologies such as streaming and<br />

podcasts. The DC-Baltimore area is home to WHUR and<br />

the WHUR Radio Network Multicultural Division, which<br />

are based at Howard University, as well as WEAA and<br />

WMUR at Morgan State University.


AEJMC NEWS, JULY 2023 | PAGE 9<br />

ASSOCIATION FOR EDUCATION IN JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION<br />

CSW Celebrates 50th Anniversary<br />

in Washington, D.C., at the AEJMC Conference<br />

Women have always been an integral part of AEJMC, even if they were not always visible. In 2023 we<br />

are proud to be celebrating 50 years of the AEJMC Commission on the Status of Women. What started<br />

with a small group of women in 1973 has grown to more than 175 active members.<br />

The AEJMC Commission on the Status of Women focuses on issues that require attention ­ equity and<br />

inclusion, equal pay, parental leave, access to reproductive care, and legislation ­ concerning women’s<br />

roles in media and communication scholarship, service and teaching.<br />

CSW welcomes new members who can contribute to our cause:<br />

women, men and non­binary scholars, practitioners, faculty, staff and students.<br />

July<br />

CSW Business meeting (TBA)<br />

August 6<br />

8:00 a.m.­Noon • Intersectionality Workshop<br />

(Preconference)<br />

1:00­5:00 p.m. • Kopenhaver Fellows<br />

5:00­6:00 p.m. • Kopenhaver Fellows Reception<br />

Events<br />

August 8<br />

50th Anniversary Party at Clyde’s<br />

7:30­9:30 p.m. • Clyde’s in Gallery Place<br />

(walking distance from the conference hotel)<br />

Registration is required; there is a cash bar.<br />

August 9<br />

10:30­11:30 a.m. • AEJMC Business Meeting<br />

Noon­1:30 p.m. • Top Paper Session


106<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu044 Liberty Salon J-K (M4)<br />

Newspaper and Online Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Visuals, News Avoidance, and the Attention<br />

Economy<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Patrick Ferrucci, Colorado at Boulder<br />

Stay Informed and Protected When Overloaded:<br />

Examining the News Curation and Avoidance Strategies<br />

on Social Media*<br />

Biying Wu-Ouyang, Chinese of Hong Kong,<br />

Shuning Lu, North Dakota,<br />

and Hsuan-Ting Chen, Chinese of Hong Kong<br />

The Effects of Customizing Information on Public Views<br />

of Issues, Central Agendas, and Other Generations<br />

Bumsoo Kim, Pusan National<br />

and Yonghwan Kim, Dongguk<br />

Can Visuals Detract Attention from Text? Cognitive<br />

Effects of the Amount and Type of Visuals on Attention<br />

to Digital Longforms<br />

Zijian Gong, Yani Zhao and Kerk Kee, Texas Tech<br />

Effects of Visuals in Solutions Journalism: A Social<br />

Media Eye-Tracking Experiment<br />

Bartosz Wojdynski, Kyser Lough<br />

and Sohyun Park, Georgia<br />

News Surveillance and Democracy: The Effect of News<br />

Negativity and Political Trust on Intentional News<br />

Avoidance<br />

Manuel Goyanes, Carlos III<br />

and Marton Bene, TK Institute for Political Science<br />

Discussant<br />

Gina M. Masullo, Texas at Austin<br />

* Third Place Paper<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu045 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Public Relations Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Public Affairs, Public Opinion, and Public Relations<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Moonhee Cho, Tennessee<br />

How Political Ideology Affects the Communication of<br />

Organizational Relations: A Social Network Approach<br />

Leping You, Miami of Ohio,<br />

Xinyan Zhao, North Carolina,<br />

and Sifan Xu, Tennessee at Knoxville<br />

Closing the Loop on Pre-Post Disaster Discourse of<br />

Renewal: Flood Communication Readiness, Learning,<br />

and Ethics<br />

Abigail Riggs and Julia Fraustino, West Virginia<br />

The Role of Government Public Relations in Climate<br />

Action: Predicting Public Support for Government<br />

Policy via Political Ideology, Environmental Concern,<br />

Government-Citizen Relationships, and Situational<br />

Perceptions<br />

Myoung-Gi Chon and Eunji (Angie) Chung, Auburn<br />

Pushing Hands and Buttons: The Effects of Corporate<br />

Social Issue Stance Communication and Online<br />

Comment (In)Civility on Publics’ Emotional and<br />

Behavioral Responses<br />

Wenqing Zhao, Georgia, Xuerong Lu, Oregon State,<br />

Yan Jin, Georgia,<br />

and Toni van der Meer, Amsterdam<br />

Visual Rhetoric and User Fantasies on Facebook: The<br />

Case of an African Presidential Inauguration<br />

Nana Kwame Osei Fordjour, Maryland,<br />

Timothy Kwakye Karikari, International Business<br />

Economics – Beijing, China,<br />

and David Weiss, New Mexico<br />

Discussant<br />

Virginia Harrison, Clemson<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu046 Marquis Salon 7 (M2)<br />

AEJMC Council of Affiliates<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Building a Local News Partnership: Examples<br />

From Around the Country<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Richard Watts, CEO, Center for Community News,<br />

Vermont<br />

Panelists<br />

Kathleen McElroy, Texas at Austin<br />

Colleen Steffen, Franklin College<br />

Courtney Cowgill, director of media<br />

and engagement, Montana<br />

A lack of local news undercuts democracy reduces citizen<br />

engagement and leads to greater polarization. What<br />

is the role of colleges and universities in addressing the<br />

crisis? In this panel we present the latest research on 130<br />

programs from different colleges and universities, and<br />

we discuss two of these innovative partnerships in-depth<br />

with leaders from the University of Texas and Franklin<br />

College where student reporting is directly contributing<br />

to local news.


Tuesday Sessions<br />

107<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu047 Liberty Salon I (M4)<br />

Commission on the Status of Women<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu049 City Tap Penn Quarter DC<br />

Small Programs Interest Group<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Talking Back and Speaking Up: Women Challenge<br />

Bodily Control, Violence, and Stigma<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Sheila Webb, Western Washington<br />

Digitized Narratives on #MahsaAmini: Constructing a<br />

Cyberfeminist Movement on Tiktok<br />

Laila Abbas<br />

and Menna Elhosary, American University in Cairo<br />

Intersectionality Theory as Praxis: Inclusivity in Genderbased<br />

Violence Organizations’ Online Messaging<br />

Mikayla Pevac, Pennsylvania State<br />

The Supreme Court is Poised to Overturn #RoeVWade<br />

and I’m Mad as Hell.”: A Politically Charged Feminist<br />

Discourse Analysis<br />

Kelli Boling, Nebraska-Lincoln<br />

“Another Thing We Have to Deal With”: Black<br />

Women’s Communication About Pelvic Floor Disorders<br />

Jennifer Vardeman, and Felicia York, Houston<br />

“Perjurers, Rapists, and Zealots are Ending Abortion”:<br />

Sports Journalists’ Reaction to the Loss of Abortion<br />

Rights<br />

Jessica Walsh, Kelli Boling, Jason Stamm,<br />

and Brian Petrotta, Nebraska-Lincoln<br />

Off-site Teacher of the Year Luncheon<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Masudul Biswas, Loyola Maryland<br />

and Jackie Incollingo, Rider<br />

2023 Recipient<br />

Ecaterina Stepaniuc, North Carolina A&T<br />

Luncheon to be held at City Tap Penn Quarter DC, 901<br />

9th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001, just a minute<br />

walk from the conference hotel. Pre-registration is<br />

required.<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu050 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Sports Communication Interest Group<br />

and Political Communication Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Politics and Sports - Intersectional Opportunities<br />

at What Cost?<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Michael Mirer, Wisconsin-Milwaukee<br />

Tuesday<br />

Discussant<br />

Carolyn Nielsen, Western Washington<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu048 Liberty Salon O-P (M4)<br />

Religion and Media Interest Group<br />

and Cultural and Critical Studies Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Critiquing Religion Using Fictional TV as Text<br />

in Research and Teaching<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Erika Engstrom, Kentucky<br />

Panelists<br />

Ralph Beliveau, Oklahoma<br />

Ruth DeFoster, Minnesota<br />

Joseph M. Valenzano III, Dayton<br />

Erika Engstrom, Kentucky<br />

This panel explores the genre of Catholic horror, which<br />

combines the religious with the fantastical, in the context<br />

of the current streaming media environment.<br />

Panelists<br />

Les Carpenter, The Washington Post<br />

Roxane Coche, Florida<br />

Steve Fox, Massachusetts<br />

Fahad Humayan, Evansville<br />

A new intersection of sports and politics has emerged, as<br />

nations invest in competitions and clubs to burnish their<br />

reputations. This panel explores how sports journalists<br />

and others should think about their professional practices<br />

in this context.<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu051 Marquis Salon 12-13 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Business Session<br />

Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly<br />

Academic Publishing and Peer Review Training<br />

Program<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Daniela Dimitrova, Iowa State; JMCQ editor


108<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly<br />

(JMCQ) in partnership with the AEJMC Publications<br />

Committee is launching a new program aimed at<br />

engaging scholars currently based in the Global South.<br />

The program is open to emerging scholars in journalism,<br />

mass communication or related fields. Preference will be<br />

given to AEJMC members. The selected cohort will work<br />

closely with the AEJMC Publications Committee and the<br />

JMCQ editorial team. The program will be tailored to<br />

international scholars and includes topics ranging from<br />

manuscript preparation and article submission to peer<br />

review and publication ethics. The mentorship program<br />

will provide tips and strategies for publishing research<br />

articles in peer-reviewed academic journals. The session<br />

is chaired by the JMCQ Editor-in-Chief.<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu052 Archives Room (M4)<br />

Kappa Tau Alpha and Association for Education in<br />

Journalism and Mass Communication<br />

Awards Luncheon<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Beverly Horvit, Missouri, executive director, KTA<br />

and Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill,<br />

President, AEJMC 2022-23<br />

The ceremony recognizes both associations’ award winners<br />

and divisions’ student paper winners. All are welcome.<br />

A KTA business meeting will follow the ceremony.<br />

KTA remains committed to its guiding principles of<br />

Knowledge, Truth and Accuracy. Pre-registration is<br />

required.<br />

12:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu053 Capitol Room (M4)<br />

Scripps Howard Fund and Association for Education in<br />

Journalism and Mass Communication<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Scripps Howard Fund and Scripps Howard Awards<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Mike Canan, program director, Scripps Howard Fund<br />

1:30 to 2 p.m. / Tu054 Marquis Salons 1-5 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Spotlight Panel Session<br />

Navigating AEJMC as a Resource<br />

for Graduate Students<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Patrick Johnson, Iowa<br />

and Bobbie Foster, Maryland<br />

Come and learned how being a graduate student in<br />

AEJMC can play an integral part in weaving the fabric of<br />

your experience at your institution and other organizations.<br />

The scope of issues we engage with is expansive,<br />

ranging from social or cultural events to shaping the<br />

policies and procedures governing graduate student life<br />

as a whole. You could also serve as a graduate student<br />

representative communicating with the president and the<br />

Board of Directors.<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu055 Liberty Salon J-K (M4)<br />

Communicating Science, Health, Environment<br />

and Risk and Communication Theory and<br />

Methodology Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Open Science in Communication Research<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Sara K. Yeo, Utah<br />

Panelists<br />

Nick Bowman, Syracuse<br />

Isabelle Freiling, Utah<br />

Asheley Landrum, Texas Tech<br />

Chris Skurka, Pennsylvania State<br />

In this PF&R session, panelists will discuss the open science<br />

initiative, including its principles and current practices<br />

for making research more transparent and reproducible,<br />

with an eye toward communication scholarship.<br />

Learn about the grant opportunities the Scripps Howard<br />

Fund offers for journalism education programming and<br />

how you can use the Scripps Howard Awards to teach<br />

your students.


Tuesday Sessions<br />

109<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu056 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Cultural and Critical Studies<br />

and Minorities and Communication Divisions<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

It’s About Power, Stupid! (Re)Exploring Critical<br />

and Cultural Studies<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Karin Assmann, Georgia<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu058 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

Media Management, Economics and Entrepreneurship<br />

and Advertising Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning<br />

in Media<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Anthony Palomba, Virginia<br />

Panelists<br />

Rebecca Kern-Stone, Manhattan College<br />

Khanyile Mlotshwa, KwaZulu Natal<br />

Loren Saxton Coleman, Howard<br />

Rick Stevens, Colorado at Boulder<br />

Nabil Echchabi, Colorado at Boulder<br />

Chelsea Reynolds, California State, Fullerton<br />

Adina Schneeweis, Oakland<br />

Critical and cultural studies is a meta, interdisciplinary<br />

approach to engaging with and examining culture, and in<br />

this case media and communication. At the center of this<br />

intersectional approach is a comprehensive examination<br />

of ideologies of power, hierarchies of oppression, and<br />

the manifestations of the cultural structures that keep the<br />

power in place. This panel explores and uncovers intersections<br />

in social and cultural research as well as critical<br />

and cultural methodologies.<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu057 Marquis Salon 10 (M2)<br />

Mass Communication and Society<br />

and Law and Policy Divisions<br />

Panelists<br />

Su Jung Kim, Southern California<br />

Miao Guo, Connecticut<br />

Mohammed Yousef, New Mexico<br />

Anthony Palomba, Virginia<br />

Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI),<br />

along with MLops, are now deployed in most media and<br />

entertainment firms. However, the vast majority of academics<br />

in media and entertainment studies do not use<br />

these tools. It is imperative for us to close this gap. This<br />

session will provide an overview regarding what these<br />

areas of research may offer prospective researchers, as<br />

well as recent work in these areas.<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu059 Capitol Room (M4)<br />

Political Communication<br />

and Scholastic Journalism Divisions<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Teaching Ideas Competition Panel: Celebrating<br />

Winning Ideas in Cross-disciplinary Teaching<br />

Tuesday<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Restoring Truth and Trust in the Marketplace<br />

of Ideas: New Fronts in the Battle for Democracy<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Kathy R. Fitzpatrick, South Florida<br />

Panelists<br />

Battinto Batts Jr., Arizona State<br />

Patrick Butler, Senior Vice President, International<br />

Committee for Journalists<br />

Lucy Dalglish, Maryland<br />

Allan Richards, Florida International<br />

This panel will share new ideas for battling the “infodemic”<br />

of lies and fake news that has created a culture of<br />

disinformation that has diminished public trust in media<br />

and created anxiety about the future of democracy.<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Lindita Camaj, Houston<br />

Panelists<br />

David Lynn Painter, Rollings College<br />

Theresa de los Santos, Pepperdine<br />

Shannon Zenner, Elon<br />

Joan Conners, Randolph-Macon College<br />

This panel is the place to find new ideas about how to<br />

refresh the information we teach and how we teach it<br />

from a cross-disciplinary perspective. It showcases the<br />

winners of the Political Communication and Scholastic<br />

Journalism divisions’ teaching contest, who will share<br />

their experiences on how to execute their award-winning<br />

teaching ideas in your classroom and how to assess student’s<br />

work.


110<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu060 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Public Relations Division<br />

and Internships and Careers Interest Group<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Let’s Go Team! Fostering Dynamic Teamwork<br />

for Career Readiness<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Amanda Bradshaw, Mississippi<br />

Panelists<br />

Juan Meng, Georgia<br />

Jeffrey Ranta, Coastal Carolina<br />

Hal Vincent, Elon<br />

Adrienne A. Wallace, Grand Valley State<br />

Amanda J. Weed, Kennesaw State<br />

This panel will address the emerging trends and best<br />

practices of student teamwork in five unique applications:<br />

a) classwork, b) student-run agencies, c) student organizations,<br />

d) student competitions, and e) professional<br />

development.<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu061 Marquis Salon 8 (M2)<br />

Visual Communication Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

News Photos and Meaning-Making<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Sorin Nastasia, Southern Illinois-Edwardsville<br />

When You Are at the Front Row Seat to History:<br />

Photojournalists’ Experiences of Covering Human<br />

Suffering in War and Conflict<br />

Xu Zhang, Austin Peay State<br />

and Michael T. Martinez, Tennessee-Knoxville<br />

Picturing the Overturn of Roe v. Wade: An Analysis<br />

of Newsroom Instagram Photographs and Their<br />

Photographers<br />

Andrea Hudson and Noor Abdallah, Georgia<br />

A Short Trip through Past News: Photo Elicitation<br />

of Memory of News Events<br />

Terry Britt, Texas-Tyler<br />

From Iconic Images to Explorable Collections? Insights<br />

from Using a “Distant Reading Hyper-photography”<br />

Research Approach<br />

Julian Kilker, Nevada, Las Vegas<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu062 Marquis Salon 9 (M2)<br />

Commission on Graduate Education<br />

and International Communication Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Conducting International Research: Experiences<br />

from African and Latin American Ph.D.<br />

Students and Professors<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Raiana Soraia De Carvalho, Syracuse<br />

Panelists<br />

Marialina Antolini, Michigan State<br />

Maria Celeste Wagner, Florida<br />

Benjamin Tetteh, Syracuse<br />

Nana Kwame Osei Fordjour, Maryland<br />

Panelists will discuss a variety of topics including, possibilities<br />

for decolonizing media studies through international<br />

research, potential challenges of comparative and<br />

cross-cultural research, tips on how to handle time and<br />

financial constraints, and ethical concerns for those interested<br />

in studying African and Latin American contexts.<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu063 Liberty Salon O-P (M4)<br />

Commission on the Status of Women<br />

and Magazine Media Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Black Culture, White Audiences: How Magazines<br />

Transmit Ideas<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Dorothy Bland, North Texas<br />

Panelists<br />

Aileen Gallagher, Syracuse<br />

Qi Ni, Syracuse<br />

Marquita Smith, Mississippi<br />

This session considers the ways that magazines, especially<br />

O the Oprah Magazine made Black culture more<br />

palatable to White audiences in the first decade of the<br />

21st century.<br />

Discussant<br />

Keith Greenwood, Missouri


Tuesday Sessions<br />

111<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu064 Liberty Salon N (M4)<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu065 Liberty Salon I (M4)<br />

Entertainment Studies Interest Group<br />

High Density Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Advancing Entertainment Research<br />

in Communications<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Waleed Rashidi, California State, Fullerton<br />

Impact of Movies Coco and Encanto in the Media<br />

Portrayals of Mexico and Colombia<br />

Vanessa Bravo, Elon<br />

Video Games and Media Dependency During<br />

COVID-19: #NintendoYearInReview<br />

Alec Tefertiller, Baylor<br />

and Anthony Palomba, Virginia<br />

Finding Mr. Right in Otome Games: A Study on<br />

Parasocial Exchange of Human-Gamebot Relationships<br />

Zhiyun Chen, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

and Baike Yao, Journalism School of Fudan<br />

Uses and Gratifications for VR Games: An Analysis<br />

of the Reviews of Beat Saber<br />

Kexin Li, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

How Voice Shapes Companionship? Examining the<br />

Mediating Role of Loneliness between Podcast Listening<br />

and Well-being Among Chinese Users<br />

Jiaqi Liu, Tsinghua University<br />

and Ziliang Zeng, Wuhan University<br />

From Mundane to Significant: Searching for Meanings<br />

in Companionship Livestreams<br />

Fan Yang and Qing Yan, South Florida<br />

Equality Beyond Games: The Revelation of Game<br />

Equality to Social Equality<br />

Zixuan Zhu and Yujia Cheng, Hong Kong Baptist<br />

Twitch Aggression Profile: Exploring Aggression<br />

on a Live Mixed-Media Platform<br />

Seung Woo Chae, Indiana-Bloomington<br />

[EA] Effects of Toxic Behavior and Toxicity Victimization<br />

on Gaming Disorder: Perceived Ostracism and Anger<br />

Rumination as Mediators<br />

Jiayue Ma, Renmin University of China<br />

“I Think There’s Been a Glitch”: A Content Analytic<br />

Approach to Understanding Twitter Discourse<br />

Surrounding Ticketmaster’s Mishandling of Ticket Sales<br />

for The Eras Tour<br />

Briana Trifiro, Boston, Brittany Shaughnessy, Florida<br />

Kimi Conro, Colorado State<br />

and Kate Stewart, South Carolina<br />

Discussant<br />

Newly Paul, North Texas<br />

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Interest<br />

Group and Council of Affiliates<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Intersectional Queer Identity and LGBTQ<br />

Journalism in Washington DC and Baltimore Area<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Yidong Wang, Kansas<br />

Panelists<br />

Earl Fowlkes, Center for Black Equity<br />

Zack Ford, independent media worker<br />

Patrick Johnson, Iowa<br />

This panel invites LGBTQ media and community organizations<br />

in the Washington DC-Baltimore area to join the<br />

conversation on journalism, queerness, representation,<br />

and intersectionality. Panelists will bring in their experience<br />

on the ground as activists-journalists.<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu066 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Participatory Journalism Interest Group<br />

and Newspaper and Online News Divisions<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

From Witnesses to Participants of News:<br />

The Impact of Immersive Technologies<br />

on News Production and Consumption<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

You Li, Eastern Michigan<br />

Panelists<br />

Tanja Aitamurto, Illinois Chicago<br />

Veda Shastri, National Geographic<br />

William Schulte, Winthrop<br />

S. Shyam Sundar, Center for Socially Responsible<br />

Artificial Intelligence, Pennsylvania State<br />

Scholars and practitioners in this panel will discuss the<br />

most recent developments of immersive technologies and<br />

their applications to journalism. They will address the<br />

new ethical responsibilities of journalists toward audiences,<br />

the roles of emotionality, autonomy, and control<br />

when journalists handle the relationship with the public<br />

in an immersive experience.<br />

Tuesday<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.


112<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu067 Marquis Salon 7 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Research Award Panel Session<br />

Paul J. Deutschmann Award<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Melissa Tully, Iowa<br />

and Esther Thorson, Michigan State<br />

2023 Recipient<br />

Jane B. Singer, City, University of London<br />

Panelists<br />

Steve Reese, Texas at Austin<br />

David Weaver, Indiana-Bloomington<br />

Linda Steiner, Maryland<br />

Tim Vos, Michigan State<br />

Singer is Professor Emerita of Journalism Innovation at<br />

City, University of London. She previously held academic<br />

staff posts at the University of Iowa and Colorado<br />

State University and served as Johnston Press Chair in<br />

Digital Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire<br />

(U.K.). A former print and online journalist, Singer has<br />

researched the evolution of digital journalism since the<br />

mid-1990s, with a focus on journalists’ changing roles,<br />

perceptions, norms and practices.<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu068 Marquis Salon 6 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Presidential Panel Session<br />

Fostering Freedom & Defending Democracy:<br />

AEJMC’s Impact Over 110 Years and Beyond<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill,<br />

President, AEJMC 2022-23<br />

Panelists<br />

Jay Rosen, New York University & PressThink<br />

Eddith Dashiell, Ohio<br />

Jim Brady, Knight Foundation<br />

Howard Mortman, C-SPAN<br />

Dane S. Claussen, National Communication Assoc.<br />

Hong Cheng, Southern Illinois at Carbondale<br />

Carl Cannon, Real Clear Politics<br />

developments have imparted greater significance to our<br />

AEJMC 2023 conference theme: Fostering Freedom &<br />

Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 110 Years<br />

and Beyond. AEJMC was founded November 30, 1912,<br />

in Chicago, IL, as the American Association of Teachers<br />

of Journalism. For more than 110 years, AEJMC has<br />

thrived as a premier scholarly organization in our field.<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu069 Mint Room (M4)<br />

International Association for Literary Journalism Studies<br />

(IALJS)<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

The Art of Fact in Science and Nature Writing, II<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

David Dowling, Iowa<br />

Panelists<br />

Where Nature Has More Finely Wrought: Freneau’s<br />

Republican Air<br />

Micah Bateman, Iowa<br />

Teddy Bears and Mind Bombs: Locating Historical<br />

Themes in Science and Environmental Journalism<br />

Bill Kovarik, Radford<br />

The Inconclusive Present in Humboldt<br />

and in Science<br />

Raleigh Darnell, Texas A&M<br />

Is Nature Writing Obsolete?<br />

Susan E. Swanberg, Arizona<br />

This panel is the second of two sessions addressing efforts<br />

to bend existing journalistic forms to meet the demands<br />

of changes in the scientific and natural worlds that have<br />

inspired advances in reportorial method and perspective.<br />

2:30 to 4 p.m. / Tu070 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

Korean American Communication Association<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Jinhyon Kwon, Flagler<br />

Open Competition<br />

Visual Construction of the Competitive Imaginary in<br />

South Korea’s (Inter)national Development Volunteer<br />

Images*<br />

Kyungsun “Karen” Lee, Zayed University<br />

We, as educators, nurture academic freedom and cherish<br />

its impact in our democracy. Recent social and political


Tuesday Sessions<br />

113<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Normative Influence of Social Media on Adolescents’<br />

Actions, Attitudes, and Perceptions toward Non-<br />

Normative Behavior in South Korea<br />

Irkwon Jeong, Kwangwoon University<br />

and Hyoungkoo Khang, Alabama<br />

Revived Yellow Peril: A Comparative Analysis of<br />

Hate Crime and Racial Discrimination Against Korean<br />

Americans During the COVID-19 Pandemic<br />

Seung-Hwan Mun, Northeastern Illinois<br />

Student Competition<br />

The Effect of Online Consumer-generated Visual Content<br />

in the Hospitality Section: Focusing on Shared Photo<br />

Types and Platform Characteristics<br />

Jeeyun Park, Texas at Austin<br />

The Effectiveness of Spatial Presence in Mixed Reality<br />

Sports (MRS) on Exercise Satisfaction and Adherence<br />

Soyon Choi and Hyungrok Jin, Texas at Austin<br />

The Effect of Message Fatigue of COVID-19 Emergency<br />

Alert on Avoidance Behavior: The Mediating Role of<br />

Perceived Information Usefulness<br />

Yunjin Pi, Yonsei University<br />

Discussants<br />

Won-Ki Moon, Florida<br />

and Jungyun Won, William Paterson<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu072 Supreme Court Room (M4)<br />

Communication Theory and Methodology<br />

and Cultural and Critical Studies Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Elevating Female-identified Voices: How Journal<br />

Editors Work Toward an Inclusive Publication Field<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Magdalena Saldaña, Pontificia Universidad Católica<br />

de Chile<br />

Lea Hellmueler, City, University of London, London<br />

and Hanan Badr, Paris Lodron University of Salzburg<br />

Panelists<br />

Porismita Borah, Research Editor-in-chief,<br />

International Journal of Public Opinion<br />

Stine Eckert, Editor, Journalism Research/Journalistik<br />

Maria Elizabeth Grabe, editor,<br />

Communication Theory<br />

Louisa Ha, editor, Online Media and Global<br />

Communication<br />

Jisu Huh, Editor-in-chief, Journal of Advertising<br />

Linda Steiner, editor, Journalism and<br />

Communication Monographs<br />

Tuesday<br />

* Top Paper, Open Competition<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu071 Marquis Salon 9 (M2)<br />

Advertising Division<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Researching Advertising through Material Culture<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Edward Timke, Michigan State<br />

Panelists<br />

Claire Jerry, Curator, Political History, National<br />

Museum of American History, Smithsonian<br />

Teresa McCulla, Curator, American Brewing History<br />

Initiative, National Museum of American<br />

History, Smithsonian<br />

Shannon Perich, Curator, Photographic History<br />

Collection, National Museum of American<br />

History, Smithsonian<br />

Fath Davis Ruffins, Curator, African American<br />

History and Culture, National Museum of<br />

American History, Smithsonian<br />

This panel features a group of female-identified journal<br />

editors who will discuss strategies and best practices for a<br />

more inclusive publication field.<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu073 Marquis Salon 10 (M2)<br />

Communication Technology<br />

and Scholastic Journalism Divisions<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Best Practices for Teaching Emerging Media<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Gina Baleria, Sonoma State<br />

Panelists<br />

Stacey Patto, Howard<br />

Jeremiah Patterson, American<br />

Amy Eisman, American<br />

This panel brings together educators and journalists<br />

engaging in multimedia journalism and using emerging<br />

technologies to tell stories, including 360 video, AR, and<br />

VR. They will offer practical stories from the field and<br />

practical approaches to helping students develop the<br />

skills and instincts to effectively utilize emerging media<br />

tools in their storytelling.


114<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu074 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

History and Minorities and Communication Divisions<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

Pictures of Our Nobler Selves: Revisiting<br />

the Purpose and Power of Native Media<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Melissa Greene-Blye, Kansas<br />

Panelists<br />

Rhonda LaValdo, Haskell Indian Nations<br />

Valerie Vande Panne, Managing Editor, Native<br />

News Online<br />

Kevin Abourezk, Managing Editor, Indianz.com<br />

Cristina Azocar, San Francisco State<br />

Members of this panel will speak to the history of Native<br />

media, the meaning and purpose of tribal sovereignty,<br />

and offer a contemporary understanding of the purpose<br />

and power of Native media in the present moment.<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu075 Marquis Salon 7 (M2)<br />

Media Management, Economics and Entrepreneurship<br />

Division<br />

Refereed Research Paper Session<br />

Exploring Media and Entertainment Dynamics<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Qian Yu, Eastern New Mexico<br />

[EA] Can Sequels and Adaptations Prosper Financially<br />

and Critically? The Brand Extension Perspective<br />

Dam Hee Kim and Jiaqi Zeng, Arizona<br />

Celebrity Financial Gurus: Does Winning Fans Mean<br />

Influencing People?<br />

Elizabeth Tharakan, Southern Illinois-Carbondale<br />

Extending Uses and Gratifications Theory to Examine<br />

Creative Activity of Social Media Creators and<br />

Entrepreneurs<br />

David Atkin, Connecticut, Leo Jeffres,<br />

and Kimberly Neuendorf, Cleveland State<br />

[EA] Re-tweets≠Endorsements, Except When They Are:<br />

Contrasting Journalists’ and Managers’ Perceptions of<br />

Social Media Disclaimers<br />

Vy Luong, Missouri,<br />

and Ryan Thomas, Washington State<br />

Discussant<br />

Mohammad Yousuf, Minnesota<br />

[EA] = Submission was accepted as an extended abstract.<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu076 Independence Salons A-E (M4)<br />

Public Relations Division<br />

and Commission on the Status of Women<br />

Scholar-to-Scholar (Poster) Refereed Research Paper<br />

Session<br />

Public Relations Division<br />

Topic — Corporate Social Advocacy and Activism<br />

07-1630-01 • You Asked, We Listened: Examining<br />

Accountability Through Actions and Listening in<br />

Corporate Social Advocacy<br />

Barbara Gaither, Elon, Seoyeon Kim, Alabama,<br />

and Lucinda Austin, North Carolina<br />

07-1630-02 • Bottom-Up CSA: Effects of Employee<br />

Engagement and Moral Elevation on Advocacy<br />

Willingness<br />

Chris Yim, Loyola - Chicago<br />

07-1630-03 • Public Relations, Activism, and the<br />

Culture of Assertion: The Case of Blackrock’s Larry Fink<br />

Joshua Foust and Burton St. John, III, Colorado<br />

07-1630-04 • [EA] Do Actions Speak Louder Than<br />

Words? The Role of Actions in Corporate Social<br />

Advocacy Communication<br />

Joon Kim, Rhode Island, Won-Ki Moon, Florida,<br />

and Jegoo Lee, Rhode Island<br />

07-1630-05 • [EA] Corporate Social Advocacy in<br />

Reproductive Rights: A Critical and Qualitative<br />

Computational Analysis of Brand Press<br />

Releases on Dobbs v. Jackson<br />

Teresa Tackett, Arkansas,<br />

Amelia McKee, Mackenzie Quick,<br />

and Josh Bramlett, Alabama<br />

Discussant<br />

Hyejoon Rim, Minnesota<br />

Topic — Corporate Social Responsibility<br />

07-1630-06 • Communicating and Managing<br />

Aspirational Talk-Action Tensions: An Integrated<br />

Approach of CSR Discourse Analysis<br />

Angela Mak and Zeping Huang, Hong Kong Baptist<br />

07-1630-07 • Engaging Consumers Through<br />

Communicating CSR Engagement: Testing the<br />

Conditional Effect of Narratives Meditated<br />

Through Shared Meaning and Management Skepticism<br />

Yangzhi Jiang, BNU-HKBU United International College,<br />

and Hyojung Park, Louisiana State<br />

07-1630-08 • Nonprofit-Induced CSR Crises: Examining<br />

Crisis Responsibility and Emotions<br />

Ziyuan Zhou, Bentley,<br />

Xueying Zhnag, North Carolina A&T,<br />

and Eyun-Jung Ki, Alabama


Tuesday Sessions<br />

115<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

07-1630-09 • Theorizing Corporate Social Performance:<br />

Using Social Movements Theory to Contextualize<br />

Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Social<br />

Advocacy in Public Relations<br />

Teresa Tackett, Arkansas<br />

Discussant<br />

Sun Young Lee, Maryland<br />

Topic — Social and Digital Media<br />

07-1630-10 • The Art and Science of Banter: How Fast-<br />

Food Chain Wendy’s Foster’s Relationships on Twitter<br />

Olivia Truban, Maryland<br />

07-1630-11 • [EA] Health Influencers: How Influencer<br />

Type and Sponsorship Disclosure Influence Perceptions<br />

and Intended Behavior<br />

Denise Bortree, Penn State, Nicholas Eng, Georgia,<br />

Jin Chen, Maranda Berndt, Olivia Reed,<br />

and Triwik Kurniasari, Penn State<br />

07-1630-12 • A Consumer-Focused, Emotion-Driven<br />

Model for Secondary Crisis Communication on Social<br />

Media: The Scale Development for Measuring<br />

Consumer Emotions in Brand Crises<br />

Hayoung Sally Lim, Oregon<br />

Natalie Brown-Devlin, Texas at Austin<br />

and Won-Ki Moon, Florida<br />

07-1630-13 • Going Beyond the Single Identified<br />

Victim Effect: Exploring Social Media Cues to Promote<br />

Supportive Intentions for Multiple Victims in Fundraising<br />

Campaigns<br />

Ah Ram Lee, Massachusetts – Amherst,<br />

Jung Won Chun, Sejong<br />

and Wonseok (Eric) Jang, Sungkyunkwan<br />

07-1630-14 • What Motivates Publics to Participate in a<br />

Crowdsourcing Social Media Contest? An Application of<br />

STOPS Theory in a Qualitative Case Study in Canada<br />

Sumin Fang and Victoria Dicken, Fraser Valley<br />

07-1630-15 • Public Engagement of Corporate Social<br />

Media Strategies: Functional Interactivity, Vividness,<br />

and Social Presence<br />

Jiacheng Huang, Boston<br />

Discussant<br />

Alvin Zhou, Minnesota<br />

Topic — Competitive Research in Public Relations<br />

07-1630-16 • [EA] American Soldiers in Rome<br />

Following Liberation During World War II: Propaganda<br />

for the Accidental Tourists<br />

Tom Isaacson, Northern Michigan<br />

07-1630-17 • [EA] When PR Ethics Clash with Reality:<br />

How PR Professionals Navigate Gift-Giving Norms in<br />

Media Relations<br />

Oluseyi Adegbola, Tennessee – Knoxville,<br />

Adeola Elega, Nile University of Nigeria,<br />

and Shola Aromona, South Dakota State<br />

07-1630-18 • [EA] Ebola in Uganda: Analyzing the<br />

Ministry of Health’s Response to the Recent Outbreak<br />

on Twitter<br />

Miriam Komuhendo and Faith Otchere, Maryland<br />

07-1630-19 • Journalism in Times of Blurring<br />

Boundaries Between Journalism, PR, and Advertising<br />

Uta Russmann, Innsbruck, Sabine Einwiller, Vienna,<br />

Jens Seiffert-Brockmann, Vienna University<br />

of Business and Economics,<br />

Lina Stürmer, Vienna,<br />

Gisela Reiter, University for Applied Sciences<br />

and Communication<br />

and Laura Hackl, Vienna University of Business<br />

and Economics<br />

07-1630-20 • Mobilizing Supportive Stakeholders:<br />

Applying the Social Identity Model of Collective Action<br />

(SIMCA) to Corporate Social Advocacy (CSA)<br />

Christen Buckley, Florida,<br />

and Anli Xiao, South Carolina<br />

Discussant<br />

Sifan Xu, Tennessee – Knoxville<br />

Topic — Special Competition Submissions in Public<br />

Relations<br />

07-1630-21 • A Delphi Study of U.S. Hispanic Public<br />

Relations<br />

April Yue, Connecticut,<br />

and Patrick Thelen, San Diego State<br />

07-1630-22 • Cultivating a D&I Climate in the<br />

Workplace and Mitigating Microaggression<br />

Against Asian Employees: The Role of Strategic D&I<br />

Leadership and Motivating Language<br />

Yeonsoo Kim, Texas at Austin<br />

07-1630-23 • “OK at the Moment”: The Important<br />

Role Listening Plays in the Relationship Between Black<br />

Residents and Local Government<br />

Julie O’Neil, Jacqueline Lambiase,<br />

and Ashley English, Texas Christian<br />

07-1630-24 • Alaska’s Fleeting Winter Utopia: The<br />

Promotional Culture of Achorage’s Olympics Bid<br />

Derek Moscato, Western Washington<br />

07-1630-25 • When Ethics are Compromised:<br />

Understanding How Employee React to Corporate Moral<br />

Violations<br />

April Yue, Connecticut,<br />

Baobao Song, Virginia Commonwealth,<br />

Weiting Tao, Miami, and Minjeong Kang, Indiana<br />

Discussant<br />

Nneka Logan, Virginia Tech<br />

Tuesday


116<br />

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Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Topic — PR GIFTS: Inclusive Writing, Content Creation,<br />

and Assessment for Diverse Publics<br />

07-1630-26 • Of Other Worlds: Creating Messages for<br />

Intercultural Public Relations<br />

Lauren Bayliss, Georgia Southern<br />

07-1630-27 • Ungrading in a PR Writing Course to<br />

Deepen Learning and Unleash Student Creativity<br />

Margaret Ritsch, Elon<br />

07-1630-28 • Student-centered Approach: Using<br />

Clippings. Me to Create a Professional Portfolio<br />

Nandini Bhalla, Texas State<br />

07-1630-29 • Decoupling Feedback and Scores in PR<br />

Writing Courses Through Instructor and Peer Review<br />

Sarah Aghazadeh, Auburn<br />

07-1630-30 • Adding to the PR Writer’s Tool Kit through<br />

a Mindfulness based Journaling Practice<br />

Cara Hawkins-Jedlicka, Washington State<br />

Discussant<br />

Natalie J. Tindall, Texas at Austin<br />

Topic — PR GIFTS: Innovative Research, Critical<br />

Thinking, and Branding Activities<br />

07-1630-31 • Intersectionality & Context-Collapsed<br />

Audiences: Personal Branding as a Segway to Teaching<br />

Public Relations Concepts<br />

Vy Luong, Missouri<br />

07-1630-32 • Swipe Right for the Brand Personal Ad<br />

Amanda J. Weed, Kennesaw State<br />

07-1630-33 • Convince Me! ChaptGPT and Survey<br />

Writing<br />

Colleen Palmer, Carthage<br />

and Kalah Kemp, College of the Ozarks<br />

07-1630-34 • A Focus on Connections: Dating App<br />

Focus Group Assignments<br />

Jenna Lo Castro, Point Park<br />

07-1630-35 • Be a Greenwashing Detective: Dive<br />

Deeper into Corporate Sustainability Communications<br />

Janis Teruggi Page, Illinois Chicago<br />

Discussant<br />

Chuck Lubbers, South Dakota<br />

Topic — PR GIFTS: High-Impact Projects and Class<br />

Activities<br />

07-1630-36 • Pioneers of Strategic Communication<br />

Jessalynn Strauss, Elon<br />

07-1630-37 • Practical Proof Project<br />

Dawn Sohns, SUNY Oneonta<br />

07-1630-38 • Cultivating Creativity in the PR Classroom<br />

Tara D. Wyckoff, Pennsylvania State<br />

07-1630-39 • Pitch Perfect: Role-play Simulations<br />

for Mastering Problem-Solving and Client-Agency<br />

Interactions<br />

Mengtian Jiang, Kentucky<br />

07-1630-40 • Walking the Highwire: Helping Student<br />

Navigate Decision-Making in Issues Management<br />

Hilary Fussell Sisco, Quinnipiac<br />

Discussant<br />

Breann Murphy, Jacksonville State<br />

Commission on the Status of Women<br />

07-1630-41 • “Speech will be the Business of Men”:<br />

Digital Violence Targeting Lebanese Women Journalists<br />

Sarah El Richani, American University in Cairo<br />

07-1630-42 • Wedding Preparation of Urban Young<br />

Women in China - Gender Relations, Feminism<br />

Awareness and Discourse Analysis<br />

Yihan Liu and Keyang Zhao<br />

07-1630-43 • Perception of Gender Discrimination<br />

in Lebanese Sports Communication<br />

Sasha Matar and Roxane Coche, Florida<br />

07-1630-44 • The Hockey Mom and Attorney General:<br />

Coverage of Sarah Palin and Kamala Harris’ VP Runs<br />

Andrea Hall, Middle Tennessee State<br />

and Lauren Furey, California State Polytechnic<br />

Discussant<br />

Lisa Burns, Quinnipiac<br />

07-1630-45 • Kinky if Needy, Straight If Well-off:<br />

A Qualitative Content Analysis of Women’s Hair in<br />

Magazine Advertisements<br />

Sunah Lee, Florida State<br />

07-1630-46 • Commodity activism in China’s “Nothing<br />

but Thirty” and New Gender Regime<br />

Jun Xu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

07-1630-47 • Motherhood Empowerment in Digital<br />

Media: How is Mommy Blogs Use Associated with<br />

Mental Health of Mothers of Young Children?<br />

Ran Feng, Lin Zhang,<br />

and Lianshan Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University<br />

07-1630-48 • The Gray Book: Digital Ethnography of<br />

Counter-narratives about Women’s<br />

Hair and Aging on a Facebook Microsite<br />

Jodi Friedman and Lindsey Anderson, Maryland<br />

Discussant<br />

Katie Place, Quinnipiac<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.


Tuesday Sessions<br />

117<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu077 Marquis Salon 8 (M2)<br />

Visual Communication and Magazine Media Divisions<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu079 Monument Room (M4)<br />

Commission on the Status of Minorities<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Innovations in Teaching Competition<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Andrea Hall, Middle Tennessee State<br />

Recipients<br />

T.J. Mesyn, Michigan State<br />

Andrea Hudson, Georgia<br />

David Stephenson, Kentucky<br />

Enrique Núñez-Mussa, Michigan State<br />

David Grewe, California State, Northridge<br />

Milton Santiago, Syracuse<br />

Shannon Zenner, Elon<br />

Robin Hoecker, DePaul<br />

Adriane Grumbien, Kentucky<br />

Tatyana Dumova, Point Park<br />

Berkley Hudson, Missoui<br />

Charlie Butler, Oregon<br />

Jennifer Wilson, Drake<br />

The Innovations in Teaching competition, co-sponsored<br />

with the Magazine Division, solicits submissions of teaching<br />

tips that are innovative, creative and relatively easy to<br />

implement in a visual communication classroom.<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu078 Mint Room (M4)<br />

Teaching Panel Session<br />

Building DEI through Journalism: Preparing Black<br />

Journalists to Impact the World<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Ericka Blount, Howard<br />

Panelists<br />

Yanick Lamb, Howard<br />

Ericka Blount, Howard<br />

Ingrid Sturgis, Howard<br />

Christine McWhorter, Howard<br />

This panel examines current issues faced by journalists of<br />

color in the nonprofit journalism space and the process of<br />

enfranchising students of color to use nonprofit journalism<br />

in order to dismantle destructive, racist, hegemonic<br />

structures.<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu080 Treasury Room (M4)<br />

Participatory Journalism<br />

and Community Journalism Interest Groups<br />

Research Panel Session<br />

Collaborative Journalism Experiments with<br />

Community Media Resources<br />

Tuesday<br />

Commission on Graduate Education<br />

and Media Ethics Division<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

“Now, I Am #viral” - Examining Safety, Privacy,<br />

and Professionalization for Graduate Students<br />

on the Front Lines of Media<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Raegan L. Burden, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

Panelists<br />

Daniel Kreiss, North Carolina at Chapel Hill<br />

E. Ciszek, Texas at Austin<br />

Jasmine McNealy, Florida<br />

Moni Basu, Georgia<br />

This panel convenes a cross-sectional group of publicfacing,<br />

renowned faculty – well-versed in the blessing<br />

and burden of the spotlight. Through dialogue and Q&A,<br />

they will unpack the modern landscape of safety, privacy,<br />

and professionalization for Grad students emerging as<br />

public personas.<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Antoine Haywood, Pennsylvania<br />

Panelists<br />

Matt Schuster, Public Media Network<br />

Jasmine White, Montgomery Community Media<br />

Scott Brinton, Hofstra<br />

This panel offers a blend of academic and practitioner<br />

perspectives on engaged-journalism partnerships<br />

between community access media centers and educational<br />

institutions. The panelists will discuss the benefits<br />

and challenges of sustaining these local collaborative<br />

efforts.


118<br />

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Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu081 Liberty Salon O-P (M4)<br />

Small Programs Interest Group<br />

and Broadcast and Mobile Journalism Division<br />

PF&R Panel Session<br />

From Classroom to Newsroom: How Podcasting,<br />

Social Media and Emerging Technology Are the<br />

Hope for Reaching the Next Generation with News<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Kenneth Pybus, Abilene Christian<br />

Panelists<br />

Emily Jashinsky, Host, Federalist Radio<br />

Hour Podcast<br />

Sarah Pineda, former Engagement Producer NPR;<br />

Instagram Social Media manager,<br />

Washington Post<br />

This panel will share experiences from major newsrooms<br />

that have shifted to address the changes in the audiences,<br />

while also sharing strategies used in the classroom to help<br />

prepare those journalists who will continue to help shape<br />

the future of the journalism industry.<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu082 Liberty Salon J-K (M4)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication Career Development Committee<br />

Panel Session<br />

Taking the Next Step: Strategies for Advancing<br />

Your Academic Career Post-Tenure<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Kelly Kaufhold, Texas State<br />

Panelists<br />

Sabine Baumann, Jade/Berlin School of Economics<br />

& Law<br />

Hong Cheng, Southern Illinois Carbondale<br />

T. Makana Chock, Syracuse<br />

Jennifer Greer, Kentucky<br />

Herman Howard, Jarvis Christian<br />

This panel will provide insight on post-tenure career<br />

considerations, with a specific focus on working towards<br />

achieving the rank of full professor, moving into university<br />

leadership, holding editorial positions, taking advantage<br />

of outreach opportunities, and exploring the changing<br />

landscape of faculty service after achieving tenure.<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu083 Marquis Salon 6 (M2)<br />

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication Elected Standing Committee on<br />

Professional Freedom and Responsibility<br />

Award Panel Session<br />

In Service to Our City: Diversity and Equity<br />

at the University of Memphis<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Matthew J. Haught, Memphis<br />

2023 Recipient<br />

The Department of Journalism and Strategic<br />

Media at the University of Memphis<br />

Panelists<br />

David Arant, Memphis<br />

Robby Byrd, Memphis<br />

Chalise Macklin, Memphis<br />

Kim Marks Malone, Memphis<br />

Joel Nichols, Memphis<br />

Jin Yang, Memphis<br />

This session celebrates the works of the Department<br />

of Journalism and Strategic Media at the University of<br />

Memphis to enhance the diversity and equity in its programs.<br />

Faculty will discuss successes and challenges in<br />

our service to our city.<br />

PF&R’s EDA Selection Committee noted that Memphis’<br />

Department of Journalism and Strategic Media had<br />

submitted an “excellent, well-written narrative that told<br />

a compelling story of the unit’s intentionality and commitment<br />

to equity and diversity.” It also noted that the<br />

unit had “rich student diversity, including 46% students<br />

identifying as African American,” as well as “a significant<br />

increase to faculty diversity in recent years, with 39%<br />

faculty of color in 2022-23 and at least 50% women.”<br />

Selected by AEJMC’s Standing Committee on Professional<br />

Freedom & Responsibility, the award recognizes journalism<br />

and mass communication academic units that are<br />

working toward, and have attained measurable success,<br />

in increasing equity and diversity among their faculty.<br />

When applying for the award, the unit must document<br />

its progress and innovation in racial, gender, and ethnic<br />

equality and diversity during the previous three years.


Tuesday Sessions<br />

119<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu084 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

Korean American Communication Association<br />

Business Session<br />

Business Meeting<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Yeonsoo Kim, Texas at Austin<br />

Join KACA for our Networking Dinner, Tuesday, August<br />

8 at 7 p.m. at Han Gang Restaurant, 7243 Little River<br />

Turnpike, Annadale, VA. 22003; and our KACA Graduate<br />

Student Session on Wednesday, August 9 at Noon to<br />

1:30 p.m. at Unconventional Diner, 1207 9th St., NW,<br />

Washington, DC. 20001. The dinner and graduate session<br />

are sponsored by the School of Advertising and<br />

Public Relations at The University of Texas at Austin.<br />

4:30 to 6 p.m. / Tu085 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Trustworthydoc.com/Trustworthy Film LLC<br />

Panel Session<br />

Media, Trust and Democracy: Trustworthy<br />

Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion<br />

Mediated Temporal Consciousness: Memory and<br />

Concepts of Time Through Engagement with Online<br />

News Archives*<br />

Terry Britt, Texas at Tyler<br />

The State of Evidence in Digital Hate Research: An<br />

Umbrella Review**<br />

Jörg Matthes, Kevin Koban,<br />

Stephanie Buehrer, Thomas Kirchmair,<br />

Phelia Weiß,<br />

and Maryam Khaleghipour, University of Vienna;<br />

Melanie Saumer<br />

and Rinat Meerson, University of Wuerzburg<br />

Users as Naïve Scientists: Decoding the Networked<br />

Authenticity of Political Information***<br />

Taewoo Kang, Michigan State<br />

A Framework for Evaluating and Creating Formal<br />

Conceptual Definitions: A Concept Explication<br />

Approach for Scale Developers****<br />

Serena Miller, Michigan State<br />

Semantic-based Unsupervised Framing Analysis<br />

(SUFA): A Novel Approach for Computational Framing<br />

Analysis*****<br />

Mohammad Ali<br />

and Naeemul Hassan, Maryland, College Park<br />

Discussant<br />

Emily Vraga, Minnesota<br />

Tuesday<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Stephany Zamora, Executive Producer, Trustworthy<br />

Documentary, trustworthydoc.com<br />

Panelists<br />

Deb Aikat, North Carolina at Chapel Hill,<br />

President, AEJMC 2022-23<br />

Curtis Bram, Instructor, Dept. Political Science,<br />

Duke University<br />

Alex Mahadevan, Director, MediaWise,<br />

Poynter Institute<br />

If journalism declines, democracy declines. “Trustworthy”<br />

is a documentary that chronicles a 5,300-mile journey<br />

across America to explore how the growing crisis of trust<br />

in media threatens our democracy, and whether we can<br />

find common ground.<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu086 Liberty Salon L (M4)<br />

Communication Theory and Methodology Division<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

Best of CTAM<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Rosie Jahng, Wayne State<br />

* First Place Open Competition Paper<br />

** Second Place Open Competition Paper<br />

*** Chaffee-McLeod Top Student Paper<br />

**** Top Theory Paper<br />

*****Top Method Paper<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu087 Liberty Salon M (M4)<br />

Communication Technology Division<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

Top Student Paper Competition<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Brian G. Smith, Brigham Young<br />

Smartphone Notifications: How Experience Influences<br />

Coping Strategies*<br />

Michael Vosburg, North Dakota State<br />

Normative Influence of Online Comments on Science<br />

Opinions and Decisions**<br />

Alisius Leong, Cornell


120<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Shortcuts in Learning: How Different Types of Captions<br />

Impact Students’ Learning Effects***<br />

Xuan Qian, Northern Illinois<br />

* First Place Student Paper<br />

** Second Place Student Paper<br />

*** Third Place Student Paper<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu088 Marquis Salon 14 (M2)<br />

International Communication Division<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

Top Paper Session for International<br />

Communication Division<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Delaware Arif, South Alabama<br />

Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Journalistic Use<br />

of Exemplars to Represent Poverty in Nigeria*(+)<br />

Munachim Amah and Rachel Young, Iowa<br />

Epistemology of Fact Checking: An Examination of<br />

Practices and Beliefs of Fact Checkers Around the<br />

World**<br />

Michael Koliska, Georgetown<br />

and Jessica Roberts, Universidade Católica<br />

Portuguesa<br />

Covering China in Sync with Foreign Policy — How<br />

Taiwanese and U.S. Press Covered the Superpower,<br />

1977-2017***<br />

Denis Wu, Boston,<br />

Francis Lee, The Chinese University of Hong Kong<br />

and Ping Shaw, National Taiwan University<br />

Partisans’ Perception of News Credibility of “In-Group”<br />

and “Out-Group” News Organizations****<br />

Sally Farhat, Maryland, College Park<br />

Rethinking Chinese Journalism in Africa: Capturing<br />

the Reflexivity in the Perception of Chinese Foreign<br />

Correspondents*****<br />

Mingjiang Lu and Hanqin Li, Tsinghua University<br />

Discussant<br />

Lea Hellmueller, City University London<br />

* First Place Paper, Robert L. Stevenson Competition<br />

** Second Place Paper, Robert L. Stevenson Competition<br />

*** Third Place Paper, Robert L. Stevenson Competition<br />

**** First Place Paper, James W. Markham Student Paper<br />

Competition<br />

*****Second Place Paper, James W. Markham Student<br />

Paper Competition<br />

+African Journalism Studies Best Paper Award for<br />

Journalism Research<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu089 Liberty Salon I (M4)<br />

Magazine Media Division<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

Magazine Media Top Paper Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Carol Terracina Hartman, Murray State<br />

Investigating the Relationship between Lifestyle-genre<br />

Magazines and Personal Social Identity with a Focus on<br />

Southern Living*<br />

Amelia McGowan and Lance Kinney, Alabama<br />

Is Lifestyle Journalism Market Driven? Lifestyle<br />

Journalists’ Market Drive<br />

and Perceived Audience Obligations**<br />

Gregory Perrault, South Florida,<br />

Patrick Ferrucci, Colorado – Boulder,<br />

and Grace Ficara, Appalachian State<br />

It’s Funny Because It’s Feminine: Gender Bias<br />

in Depictions of Dress in Puck Magazine<br />

Kristen Stewart, Virginia Commonwealth<br />

Discussant<br />

Carol Terracina Hartman, Murray State<br />

* Top Faculty Paper<br />

** Second Place Faculty Paper<br />

*** Top Student Paper<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu090 Marquis Salon 9 (M2)<br />

Mass Communication and Society Division<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

Best of Mass Communication & Society<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Fan Yang, South Florida<br />

Knowledge Gaps: Media Attention and Factual,<br />

Surveillance, and Perceived Knowledge Among White,<br />

Black, and Hispanic Audiences*<br />

Sara Yeo, Utah, Michael Cacciatore, Georgia,<br />

Isabelle Freiling, Utah, Leona Su<br />

and Jennifer Shiyue Zhang, Illinois at Urbana-<br />

Champaign,<br />

Sung In Choi, Georgia,<br />

and Meaghan McKasy, Utah Valley<br />

Toxicity of Political Participation and News Cynicism:<br />

How Social Media News Use Predicts Disinformation<br />

Beliefs and Support for Political Violence**<br />

Gyo Hyun Koo, Tom Johnson, Melissa Santillana,<br />

and Gayoung Jeon, Texas at Austin


Tuesday Sessions<br />

121<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Meaningfully Entertained: Exploring the Relationship<br />

between Exposure to Meaningful Media and Political<br />

Engagement***<br />

Azmat Rasul and Nadia Rahman, Zayed University<br />

A Dynamic Analysis of Public Opinion on Weibo During<br />

the Shanghai Lockdown****<br />

Weiwen Yu, Arizona State<br />

Boosting or Limiting? Examining How FOMO Influences<br />

Personal News Curation Through Social Media News<br />

Fatigue*****<br />

Biying Wu-Ouyang, Chinese University<br />

of Hong Kong<br />

Discussant<br />

Mike Schmierbach, Pennsylvania State<br />

* First Place, Open Competition Paper<br />

** Second Place, Open Competition Paper<br />

*** Third Place, Open Competition Paper<br />

**** First Place, Student Competition Paper<br />

***** First Place, Moeller Student Competition Paper<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu091 Marquis Salon 8 (M2)<br />

Media Ethics Division<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

Moral Epistemologies, Affect, and Character Building<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Lisa Krantz, Missouri<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu092 Capitol Room (M4)<br />

Minorities and Communication Division<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

MACD Top Paper Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Vanessa Bravo, Elon<br />

Gender, Ethnic/Racial Representation in AEJMC<br />

Demographics, Research and Leadership: How Much<br />

and What Type of Progress?*<br />

Mia Moody-Ramirez, Baylor,<br />

Federico Subervi, Wisconsin-Madison,<br />

Hayg Oshagan, Wayne State,<br />

and Emily Guajardo, Oklahoma<br />

Sources, Quotes, and Stereotypes: Effects of Indigenous<br />

Scientists as Sources in Environmental News**<br />

Ryan Comfort<br />

and Mike Gruszczynski, Indiana<br />

Integrated Newsrooms and DEI: An Examination of<br />

Workplace Satisfaction and Pressing Issues for Black<br />

Journalists in the Digital Age***<br />

Sharon Bramlett-Solomon, Arizona State,<br />

Mia Moody-Ramirez, Baylor,<br />

and Gheni Platenburg, Auburn<br />

Journalists’ Recommendations to Newsrooms for the<br />

Production of More Equitable and Inclusive Coverage****<br />

Carolina Velloso, Maryland<br />

Correcting Memory in NYT Overlooked Project*****<br />

Nisha Sridharan, Arizona State<br />

Tuesday<br />

A Synthesis of Islamic and Fact-checking Ethics*<br />

Ahmed Shatil Alam, Oklahoma<br />

Moral Imagination in Journalistic Narratives: A Question<br />

of Moral Obligation **<br />

Lana Medina, Pennsylvania State<br />

“Objectivity Needs to Stay”: The Role of Journalism in<br />

the Dual Process of Inclusion and Social Cohesion in<br />

Democracy ***<br />

Sung Woo Yoo, SUNY Cortland<br />

Building the Moral Character of Media Profession:<br />

Confucian Communal Perspectives for Media Ethics***<br />

Yayu Feng, St. Thomas<br />

Affective Ethics: Toward a More Comprehensive<br />

Definition of Journalism****<br />

Perry Parks, Michigan State<br />

Discussant<br />

Ryan Thomas, Washington State<br />

* First Place Student Paper/Carol Burnett Award<br />

** Second Place Student Paper<br />

*** First Place Faculty Paper (Tie)<br />

****Second Place Faculty Paper<br />

Discussant<br />

Maria De Moya, DePaul<br />

* First Place Faculty Paper<br />

** Second Place Faculty Paper<br />

*** Third Place Faculty Paper<br />

****First Place Student Paper<br />

*****Second Place Student Paper<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu093 Marquis Salon 10 (M2)<br />

Scholastic Journalism Division<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

Top Research and SCJH Awards Showcase<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Betsy O’Donovan, Western Washington


122<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

Beyond Graduation: Evaluating the Impact of<br />

University-Level Solutions Journalism Education on<br />

Journalists in the Field***<br />

Kate Roff, Oakland, Kyser Lough, Georgia,<br />

and Karen McIntyre, Virginia Commonwealth<br />

Embedded Remediation in Journalism & Mass<br />

Communication: Exploring Faculty Perceptions of an<br />

Experiential Approach*<br />

Andrew Abernathy, Oklahoma State<br />

A Problem-based Learning Media and Information<br />

Literacy Project to Combat Misinformation for Future<br />

Communicators****<br />

Huey Shyh Tan, New Era University College<br />

and Kwan Yee Kow, University of Wollongong<br />

Malaysia<br />

Socializing Students to Accept Hostility? A Survey of<br />

How Journalism Instructors Talk about Hostility**<br />

Kelsey Mesmer, Saint Louis<br />

and April Newton, Maryland<br />

Discussant<br />

Peter Bobkowski, Kent State<br />

* Top Faculty Paper<br />

** Second Place Faculty Paper<br />

*** Top Faculty Extended Abstract<br />

**** Top Student Paper<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu094 Liberty Salon O-P (M4)<br />

Visual Communication Division<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

New Frontiers in Visual Communication<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Matthew J. Haught, Memphis<br />

Visualizing Diplomacy: A Content Analysis of Visuals<br />

from Official State Twitter Accounts***<br />

Audrey Firrone, Memphis<br />

Visual Effects (VFX) Realism in Bangladeshi Films:<br />

People’s Acceptance of VFX through Media Equation**<br />

Monira Begum, Southern Mississippi<br />

Avatars with Masks: How TikTok (Douyin)’s Special<br />

Effects Influence Users’ Self-disclosure in Short Videos**<br />

Xiaoqian Li’, Tianshu Du, Naifei Jiang, Lezi Xie,<br />

and Yuhuan Zhu, Renmin University of China<br />

Visually Framing the Turkey-Syria 2023 Earthquake:<br />

Exploring Humanitarian Aid Organizations<br />

Communication on Twitter*<br />

Menna Elhosary<br />

and Laila Abbas, American University in Cairo<br />

Discussant<br />

Bob Britten, West Virginia<br />

Picturing Yet Another War: A Comparison between<br />

Images of War from the Russia-Ukraine War and the<br />

Gulf Wars +++<br />

Yung Soo Kim and Deborah Chung, Kentucky<br />

Examining the Potential Effects of Visual Art on Social<br />

Media Engagement and Information Recall ++<br />

Isabel I. Villanueva, Thomas Jilk,<br />

Julianne Renner, Brianna Van Matre, Nan Li,<br />

and Dominique Brossard, Wisconsin – Madison<br />

The Visuals of a Changing Newsroom: Analyzing Local<br />

Coverage of the Midterm Election in Georgia +<br />

Andrea Hudson, Georgia<br />

and Matt Binford, Western Carolina<br />

Discussant<br />

Mary Bock, Texas at Austin<br />

* First Place Student Paper<br />

** Second Place Student Paper (tie)<br />

*** Third Place Student Paper<br />

+ First Place Faculty Paper<br />

++ Second Place Faculty Paper<br />

+++Third Place Faculty Paper<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu095 Liberty Salon J-K (M4)<br />

Internships and Careers Interest Group<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Jeffrey Ranta, Coastal Carolina<br />

Access, Experience and Outcome: Bridging the<br />

Internship Gaps in the Media Industries*<br />

Wenhong Chen, Shengqiao Lin,<br />

Lesley Willard, Luis Rivera Figueroa<br />

and Katie Hoovestol, Texas at Austin<br />

The Only Constant: Journalism Students’ Perceptions<br />

In the Wake of Extraordinary Industry Change**<br />

Mark Turner, Ohio<br />

[EA] Workplace Flexibility for Whom? How<br />

Communications Job Advertisements Signal<br />

Commitments, Perks, and Values***<br />

Rebecca Kirkman, Lindsey Culli,<br />

and Elia Powers, Towson<br />

Discussant<br />

Jeffrey Ranta, Coastal Carolina<br />

* First Place Paper<br />

** Second Place Paper<br />

*** Top Extended Abstract


Tuesday Sessions<br />

123<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu096 Monument Room (M4)<br />

Participatory Journalism Interest Group<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

New Research in Participatory Journalism<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

You Li, Eastern Michigan<br />

Citizens’ Influence on Newsmaking: A Case Study of an<br />

Engaged Journalism Startup**<br />

Zivile Raskauskaite, Missouri<br />

Engagement as Revenue in Journalism: Turning<br />

Community, Comments, and Access into Economic<br />

Viability*<br />

Patrick Ferruci, Colorado-Boulder<br />

[EA] Gatekeeping in a Digital Media Habitat: The Role<br />

of “Secondary Gatekeepers”<br />

Mirjana Pantic, Pace University<br />

Media Use and COVID-19 Information Overload Across<br />

30 Months: A Repeated Cross-Sectional Study in the U.S.<br />

Yi Liao, Utah<br />

Discussant<br />

Carrie Brown, City University New York<br />

Brittney Griner’s Arrest, Detention, and Release: How<br />

The New York Times Framed Her Story<br />

Bill Cassidy, Northern<br />

No Significant Difference is Far More Consequential:<br />

Examining Men’s and Women’s Volleyball Coverage in<br />

Brazil*<br />

João da Silva Teixeira and Roxane Coche, Florida<br />

Trans Youth Sport Bans and the Facilitation of Moral<br />

Panic: A Cross-Platform Comparison of 2022 Media<br />

Narratives<br />

Andrew Billings, Alabama,<br />

Leigh Moscowitz, South Carolina,<br />

Joshua Jackson, Emily Dirks,<br />

and Spencer Tomsett, Alabama<br />

Discussant<br />

Sada Reed, Arizona State<br />

*Top Paper Award Winner, Sports Communication<br />

Interest Group<br />

7 to 9:30 p.m. / Tu098 Ed Bliss Memorial Newsroom<br />

at American University<br />

Broadcast and Mobile Journalism Division<br />

Tuesday<br />

[EA] = This submission was accepted as an extended<br />

abstract.<br />

* Top Faculty Paper<br />

** Top Student Paper<br />

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. / Tu097 Marquis Salon 7 (M2)<br />

Sports Communication Interest Group<br />

Refereed Research Top Paper Session<br />

Sports Journalism at the Forefront of Social Change<br />

Moderating/Presiding<br />

Alan Goldenbach, Hood<br />

The In-House Balance: Negotiating Professional Identity,<br />

Boundaries, and Ethical Quandaries as an In-House<br />

Sports Reporter<br />

Sean Sadri, Alabama,<br />

Nicholas Buzzelli, High Point<br />

and Andrew Billings, Alabama<br />

Targeted Twitter Harassment: A Comparative Analysis<br />

of Toxicity Toward Male and Female Sports Reporters<br />

Rich Johnson, Arizona State,<br />

Samer Al-khateeb, Creighton, Ali Forbes, Texas State<br />

and Kyran Cupido, St. Francis Xavier<br />

Off-site Social<br />

Edward L. Bliss and Larry Burkum Award Ceremony<br />

Hosting<br />

Dylan McLemore, Central Arkansas<br />

Will be the Ed Bliss Memorial Newsroom at American<br />

University. Note that charter transportation will leave from<br />

the hotel at 6:30. Pre-registration required for transportation.<br />

7 to 9:30 p.m. / Tu099 Comet Ping Pong<br />

Cultural and Critical Studies Division<br />

Off-site Divisional Social<br />

Hosting<br />

Karin Assmann, Georgia<br />

Held at Comet Ping Pong, 5037 Connecticut Ave., NW,<br />

Washington, D.C.


124<br />

Tuesday Sessions<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

7:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu100 Clyde’s of Gallery Place<br />

Commission on the Status of Women<br />

Off-site Divisional Social<br />

Hosting<br />

Mimi Perreault, South Florida<br />

Social to be held at Clyde’s of Gallery Place, 707 7th<br />

Street, NW.<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu0101 TBA<br />

Communication Theory and Methodology Division<br />

Off-site Social<br />

Hosting<br />

Magdalena Saldaña, Pontificia Universidad Catolica<br />

de Chile<br />

Location TBA<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / 104 The Hamilton<br />

Public Relations Division<br />

Off-site Social<br />

Hosting<br />

Minhee Choi, Virginia Commonwealth<br />

and Nell Horowitz, California State Polytechnic –<br />

Pomona<br />

Luncheon to be held at The Hamilton, 600 14th Street,<br />

NW, Washington, DC 20005<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu105 LeDroit Park Room (M3)<br />

University of Kansas, William Allen White School of<br />

Journalism and Mass Communications<br />

Social<br />

Hosting<br />

Ann M. Brill, Dean<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu102 Busboys and Poets<br />

International Communication Division<br />

Off-site Divisional Social<br />

Hosting<br />

Delaware Arif, South Alabama<br />

Social to be held at Busboys and Poets, 450 K St., NW,<br />

Washington, DC 20001<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu103 Marquis Salon 12-13 (M2)<br />

Mass Communication and Society Division<br />

and AEJMC Career Development Committee<br />

Joint Social<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu106 Archives Room (M4)<br />

University of Minnesota Hubbard School of Journalism<br />

and Mass Communication; University of Iowa School<br />

of Journalism and Mass Communication, and University<br />

of Wisconsin-Madison School of Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Social<br />

Hosting<br />

Elisia Cohen, director, Minnesota,<br />

Melissa Tully, director, Iowa,<br />

and Katy Culver, director, Wisconsin-Madison,<br />

Enjoy desserts, drinks and conversation with Iowa,<br />

Minnesota, and Wisconsin university faculty and students.<br />

Pre-registration is required.<br />

Hosting<br />

Fan Yang, South Florida, MCSD Head;<br />

Hong Cheng, Southern Illinois, Carbondale,<br />

CCD Co-Chair<br />

and Herman Howard, Jarvis Christian; CCD Co-chair


Tuesday Sessions<br />

125<br />

Fostering Freedom and Defending Democracy: AEJMC’s Impact Over 100 Years and Beyond<br />

August 7-10, 2023 — #aejmc2023<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu107 Tulip Room (2nd Fl)<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu110 Chinatown Room (M3)<br />

Michigan State University, Washington State University<br />

and University of Tennessee at Knoxville<br />

Social<br />

Hosting<br />

Tim Vos, Michigan State,<br />

Bruce Pinkleton, Washington State<br />

and Courtney Childers, Tennessee at Knoxville<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu108 Silver Linden Room (2nd Fl)<br />

Missouri School of Journalism, University of Missouri<br />

Social<br />

Hosting<br />

David Kurpius, Dean of Journalism<br />

School of Journalism and Media, University of<br />

Texas at Austin, Department of Journalism and<br />

Mass Communication, Abilene Christian University;<br />

Department of Journalism, Public Relations, and<br />

Mass Communication, Baylor University; and Texas<br />

Christian University; School of Journalism and Mass<br />

Communication<br />

Social<br />

Texas Departments and Schools of Journalism<br />

Reception<br />

Hosting<br />

David Ryfe, director, Texas at Austin,<br />

Kenneth Pybus, chair, Abilene Christian,<br />

Mia Moody-Ramirez, chair, Baylor<br />

and Kristie Bunton, dean,<br />

This is a reception for departments and schools of journalism<br />

in the state of Texas.<br />

Tuesday<br />

8:30 to 10 p.m. / Tu109 Medill Campus, Washington<br />

Post Building<br />

The Medil