COM faculty members and Ph.D. students presented 13 papers at the annual convention of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), held in Braga, Portugal from 18 to 22 July 2010. “These papers represent lively colleagial collaboration between faculty members and graduate students as part of the socialization process,” commented Professor Jonathan Zhu, the Department’s research coordinator.
This crop of 13 papers adds to the 24 papers presented at the International Communication Association (ICA) and two papers to be presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).
|Journalism Research and Education||Chin-Chuan Lee, Charles Man*, Francis L.F. Lee||Elite British Press Discourses on Tiannanmen – News Icon|
|Political Communication Research||Chin-Chuan Lee, Hongtao Li*, Francis L.F. Lee||Tiananmen as a News Icon: Examining U.S. Elite Press’s Editorial Discourses|
|Visual Culture||Fen Lin, Mike Yao||Information and Cognitive Processes in Art Appreciation|
|Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and Society||Fen Lin, Chin-Chuan Lee||Hierarchical Attitude and Mediated Communication — the Micro-translation of Globalization in China|
|Communication Policy and Technology||Fen Lin, Xinzhi Zhang**||Online Activism, Framing Strategy and Media Representation — The Green Dam Youth Escort Software Incident in China|
|International Communication||Francis L.F. Lee, Chin-Chuan Lee, Nina Luzhou Li***||The Uses of “Democracy”: US Foreign Policy and Discourse about China in the Wall Street Journal, 1993-2008|
|Journalism Research and Education||Francis L.F. Lee, Chin-Chuan Lee, Nina Luzhou Li***||The Chinese Peasants in the Process of Economic Reform: An Analysis of New York Time’s Editorials and Opinion Columns, 1981-2008|
|Crisis Communication||Li Qian**, Wan-Ying Lin||Corporate Blogs: New Opportunities for Organizational Crises Response|
|Crisis Communication||Ni Chen||Addressing the Media: A Study of China’s Government Spokesperson System in Times of Crises|
|Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and Society||Stella C. Chia||Building an integrated model to examine how intrapersonal communication, and mass communication create pluralistic ignorance|
|Crisis Communication||Zhengye Hou, Shujin Jiang**||Legitimation Endeavor: A model of “Orchestrated Persuasive Communication” practiced by the Chinese Government in Public Crises|
|International Communication||Xiong Zhuang**||The Role of Media in the Consequences of Social Movements in China|