MDC Associates' ICA Presentation Schedule

Dr. Lissa Behm-Morawitz
University of Missouri

Can Second Life Make Health a First Priority? Examining Exercise Efficacy and Motivations in a Virtual Environment (Technology and Health, May 26, 2, Indigo 202B, 2 – 3:15 pm)

Dr. Bradley Bond
University of San Diego

Adolescents’ Parasocial Relationships: How They Differ for Sexual Minority Youth and Why They Matter (ICA Interactive paper/poster session 1, May 26, 4 Sapphire, Exhibit Hall – Rear, 12:30 – 1:45 pm)

The Influence of Gay Male Imagery in Print Advertising on Consumers' Intentions: A Longitudinal Experiment (Advertising and Branding, May 26th, 2, Indigo Ballroom D, 3:30 – 4:45 pm)

Sexual Talk, Behaviors, and Consequences for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Characters on Television (ICA Interactive paper/poster session III, May 28th, 4, Sapphire Exhibit Hall Rear, 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm)

The Lessons Will be Televised: Age-Related Differences in Television Portrayals of Sexual Consequences by Gender (Under the Hood: Content Analytic Insight into the Media Landscape of Children & Teens (HHD Session), May 29th, 2, Indigo Ballroom H, 8 am – 9:15 am)

Dr. Jesse Fox
Ohio State University

Fear of Isolation and Perceived Affordances: The Spiral of Silence on Social Networking Sites (Social Media Resistance and Silence, May 27, 2, Indigo 202B, 8:00 to 9:15 am)

“Presentation Two”: Can We Generalize Affordances Across Contexts? (Debating Affordances: Defining and Refining the Contours of Affordance Measurement and Theory, May 28, 2, Indigo 202B, 5:00 to 6:15 pm)

“Presentation Three”: Can We Measure Affordances Quantitatively? (Debating Affordances: Defining and Refining the Contours of Affordance Measurement and Theory, May 28, 2, Indigo 202B, 5:00 to 6:15 pm)

Dr. Cynthia Frisby
University of Missouri

Protest Communication Ecology and Community Racial Crisis: The Case of the Michael Brown Shooting Death (Protest Communication and Communication of Protest, May 29, 2, Indigo 204B, 8:00 to 9:15 am)

Michelle Funk
University of Missouri

Women Warriors: The Role of Military Service in Evaluation of Female Senate Candidates (Gendered Discourse in American Politics, May 26th, 2, Indigo, 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm)

Dr. Christopher Josey
University of Missouri

Race and Stereotypes in New Media: An Examination of How Internet News Frames Persons of Color (Framing "Others": Media's Stereotype Constructions, May 27, 2, Indigo Ballroom B, 8:00 to 9:15 am)

How Censorship and Technology Affect the Vividness of Combat Imagery in News Film: A Comparative Study From World War I to the Invasion of Iraq (Strategic Narratives in Violent Conflict, May 28, 2, Indigo Ballroom H, 2-3:15 pm)

Dr. Jennifer Lewallen
University of Missouri

Can Second Life Make Health a First Priority? Examining Exercise Efficacy and Motivations in a Virtual Environment (Technology and Health, May 26, 2, Indigo 202B, 2 pm – 3:15 pm)

Dr. Brandon Miller
University of the Pacific

Sexual Talk, Behaviors, and Consequences for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Characters on Television (ICA Interactive Paper/Poster Session III, May 28th, 4, Sapphire Exhibit Hall Rear, 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm)

The Lessons Will be Televised: Age-Related Differences in Television Portrayals of Sexual Consequences by Gender (Under the Hood: Content Analytic Insight into the Media Landscape of Children & Teens (HHD Session), May 29th, 2, Indigo Ballroom H, 8 am – 9:15 am.)

Dr. Srividya Ramasubramanian
Texas A&M University

Meeting (Blue Sky Workshop: Teaching in the Graduate Classroom: Revise and Resubmit, Revisited, May 26th, 4, Sapphire 411 AB, 2 pm – 3:15 pm)

Meeting (Journal of Children and Media Editorial Board Luncheon, May 27, 30, Elevation Room, 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm)

Blue Sky Workshop: Diversity and Inclusion Professionals (Diversity and Inclusion Professionals Roundtable, May 28, 3, Aqua 310AB, 5:00 pm – 6:15 pm)

ICA Administrators' Breakfast (May 28, room TBA, 7:30 – 9 am)

Dr. Julius Riles
University of Missouri

To Be a Fan and a Friend: A Balance Model of Mediated and Interpersonal Relationships (Media Parasocial Relations, May 28, 2, Indigo 204B, 8:00 to 9:15 am)

Dr. Angeline Sangalang
University of Pennsylvania

The Effects of Emotional Flow on Narrative Engagement: An Empirical Test (Preconference: Narrative Persuasion: Theory and Research, May 24th, Wallis Annenberg Hall, University of Southern California, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm)

Program Organizer (Preconference: Innovations in Narrative-Based Intervention, Design, Development, and Evaluation, May 25th, 4, Sapphire 410 B, 9 am – 5 pm)

How is Marijuana Vaping Portrayed on YouTube? Content, Features, Popularity, and Retransmission of Vaping Marijuana YouTube Videos (Features That Shape Exposure and Effects of Smoking-Related Messages, May 26th, 3, Aqua 303, 8 am – 9:15 am)

Examining the Potential for Narratives to Correct Misinformation About Natural Tobacco: A Test of Emotional Flow (Health Communication in the Context of Tobacco (High-Density), May 26th, 2, Indigo Ballroom C, 9:30 am – 10:45 am)

Formative Research for a Youth Anti-Electronic-Cigarette Campaign: Avoiding Unintended Consequences Across Subgroups and Behavior (Content and Effects of Communication about E-cigarettes, May 26th, 3, Aqua 303, 11 am – 12:15 pm)

When Similarity is Dissimilar: A Meta-Analysis of the Dimensions of Manipulated and Perceived Character-Audience Similarity on Engagement and Persuasion (Argument, Engagement, and Persuasion, May 29, 2, Indigo 204B, 9:30 – 10:45 am)

Dr. Erica Scharrer
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Meeting (Journal of Children and Media Editorial Board Luncheon, May 27, 30, Elevation Room, 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm)

Children, Adolescents, and Media Research Escalator Session (May 28,  Bayfront 3 Aqua Salon, 2-3:15pm)

It’s Hard Out There for a Parent: Negotiating the Child’s Media Landscape Panel (May 29, Bayfront 3 Aqua Salon, 3:30-4:45pm)

Haejung Shin
University of Missouri

Epidemic and Risk Communication: An Analysis of Strategic and Graphic Characteristics of Infographics (ICA Interactive Paper/Poster Session III, May 28th, 4 Sapphire, Exhibit Hall-Rear, 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm)

 

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