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									                              Saturday, August 7, 2010
                                       (as of June 22, 2010)


7 am to 8 am / 312

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Business Session: 2010-11 Council of Divisions Meeting

Moderating/Presiding: Evonne Whitmore, council chair, Kent State


7 am to 8 am / 313

Public Relations Division

Business Session: Executive Committee Past Heads Meeting

Presiding/Speaking: Chuck Lubbers, South Dakota


7 am to 10 am / 314

Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication

Business Session: 2010-11 Executive Committee Meeting

Moderating/Presiding: Paul Parsons, Elon, 2010-11 ASJMC President


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 315

Cultural and Critical Studies and History Divisions

Refereed Paper Research Session: American Media in the Post-WWII Culture

Moderating/Presiding: Matthew Blake, California State, Chico

“Light Out of This World”: Awe, Anxiety, and Routinization in Early Nuclear
Test Coverage, 1951-1953
     Glen Feighery, Utah
Cold War Culture, Broadcast News Documentaries and the Approach
of War in Vietnam
     James Ettema, Northwestern
Selling American Wanderlust: Tourism, Classlessness, and Mobility
in Postwar Magazines*
     Richard Popp, Louisiana State
The Early History of TV News Coverage Regarding Veteran/Soldier
Opposition to the Vietnam War
     Mark Harmon, Tennessee

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Discussant: Douglas Cumming, Washington & Lee

*Second Place Faculty Paper, Cultural and Critical Studies Division


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 316

International Communication Division and Commission on the Status of Women

Research Panel Session: Feminization of HIV/AIDS and Media: Responses and Case Studies

Moderating/Presiding: Ammina Kothari, Indiana

Panelists:   Barbara Barnett, Kansas
             Margaretha Geertsema, Butler
             Ammina Kothari, Indiana
             Diana Rios, Connecticut-Storrs
             Diana Stover, San José State


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 317

Law and Policy Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Law of the Press: Legal Challenges for Newspapers
                                   and Journalists

Moderating/Presiding: Tim Vos, Missouri

Every Picture Tells A Story, Don’t It? Wrestling With The Complex Relationship
Among Photographs, Words & Newsworthiness In Journalistic Storytelling
    Clay Calvert, Florida
Obama Administration Lifts the Dover Ban: Is the New Policy on Press
Access Constitutional?
    Jason Zenor, South Dakota
The Associated Press as Common Carrier?*
    Stephen Bates, Nevada, Las Vegas
Charting The Right to Publish and the Right to Privacy: Reconciling Conflicts
Between Freedom of Expression and the Disclosure of Private Facts
    Erin Coyle, Louisiana State
Balancing Statutory Privacy and the Public interest: A Review of State Wiretap
Laws as Applied to the Press
    Jasmine McNealy, Syracuse

Discussant: Anthony Fargo, Indiana-Bloomington

* Third-place Faculty Paper


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 318

Media Ethics Division


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Refereed Paper Research Session: Discussions of Ethics and Pedagogy: Encouraging Morality
                                  in Future Practitioners

Moderating/Presiding: Kevin Stoker, Texas Tech

Give Me MoMo: Exploring Moral Motivation in Public Relations Students
    Mathew Cabot, San José State
The Student Hypocrite: Exploring the Relationship Between
Values and Behavior
    Giselle A. Auger, Florida
Returning Students’ Rights to Access, Choice and Notice: A Proposed
Code of Ethics for Instructors Using Turnitin
    Bastiaan Vanacker, Loyola, Chicago
A Pedagogical Proposal on Cognitive Bias to Avoid Reportorial Bias
    Sue Ellen Christian, Western Michigan
Personal Ethical Orientations of Journalism Students, Their Association
With Tolerance of Others, and Learning Cross-Cultural Principles
    Maria Len-Rios and Earnest Perry, Missouri

Discussant: Joseph C. Harry, Slippery Rock


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 319

Media Management and Economics Division

PF&R Panel Session: Who’s Minding the Mint? Media Strategies to Reshape
                    the Advertising Revenue Model

Moderating/Presiding: Gracie Lawson-Borders, Wyoming

Panelists:   Bobbi Kay Lewis, Oklahoma State
             Gary Hanson, Kent State
             Samir Husni, Mississippi
             Andi Stein, California State-Fullerton


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 320

Minorities and Communication and Communication Theory and Methodology Divisions

Research Panel Session: Political Communication Focused on Ethnic Minority Populations
                         and Media: Teaching and Research Tips for the 2010 and 2012
                         Electoral Campaigns

Moderating/Presiding: Diana Rios, Connecticut-Storrs and Alexis Tan, Washington State

Panelists:   Permanent Outsiders: Asian Americans in the Mediated and Political Worlds
                 H. Denis Wu, Boston and Tien-Tsung Lee, Kansas
             Which Latinos? Which Media? Which Strategies? New or Recycled Approaches
             and Outcomes in 2010 & 2012?
                 Federico Subervi, Texas State, San Marcos
             Native American Voters and Issues: What You Think You Know

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                 Cristina Azocar, San Francisco State
             Helping Students See the Hidden Discourse of Whiteness During Political Campaigns
                 Hub Brown and Bradley Gorham, Syracuse


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 321

Newspaper Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Different Platforms, Same News Goals:
                                  New Media and Journalism

Moderating/Presiding: Wilson Lowrey, Alabama

Social Network Sites as Another Publishing Platform for Newspapers*
    Alice Ju, Texas at Austin
Electronic Press Run: An Analysis of Newspaper Breaking News E-mail Alerts
    Jessica Smith, Texas Tech
Now Tweet This: How News Organizations Use Twitter
    Cory Armstrong and Fangfang Gao, Florida
The Transformation of Investigative Journalism in the Digital Age
    Jon Marshall, Northwestern

Discussant: Sandra Utt, Memphis

* Top Student Paper, Second Place


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 322

Public Relations and Visual Communication Divisions

PF&R Panel Session: Perceptions of Public Relations Ethics Instruction in American
                    Colleges and Universities

Moderating/Presiding: Daniel H. Kim, Colorado at Boulder

Panelists:   Holly K. Hall, Arkansas State
             Melissa A. Johnson, North Carolina State
             Tim Rasmussen, photo editor, Denver Post
             Jeremy Story, publisher, Denver Public Relations Blog
             John B. (Jack) Zibluk, Arkansas State


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 323

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Training Session: Incoming Division and Interest Group Heads

Moderating/Presiding: Cindy Price, Wyoming



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8:15 am to 9:45 am / 324

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Training Session: Incoming Division and Interest Group Vice Heads

Moderating/Presiding: Vanessa Shelton, Iowa


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 325

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Training Session: Incoming Professional Freedom and Responsibility Chairs

Moderating/Presiding: Kathy Bradshaw, Bowling Green State


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 326

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Training Session: Incoming Research Chairs

Moderating/Presiding: Earnest L. Perry, Missouri


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 327

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Training Session: Incoming Teaching Chairs

Moderating/Presiding: Sheri Broyles, North Texas and Jennifer Greer, Alabama


8:15 am to 9:45 am / 328

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Business Session: Idea Summits Steering Committee

Moderating/Presiding: Jan Slater, Illinois at Urbana, AEJMC President-elect


10 am to 11:30 am / 329

Advertising Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Online Engagement

Moderating/Presiding: Nancy C. Cornwell, Ithaca


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Perceptions of Internet Advertising: A Q Sort Analysis
     Ashley Stevens, David Mecham, Lincoln Hubbard
     and Tom Robinson, Brigham Young
     and Mark Popovich, Ball State
To Click or Not To Click?: The Factors Influencing Clicking
of Ads on Facebook
     Yoojung Kim, Mihyun Kang, Dong Hoo Kim, William Reeves
     and Jang Ho Moon, Texas at Austin
Consumer Articulations as Electronic Word-of-Mouth: A Social
Identity Perspective
     Troy Elias, Florida and Osei Appiah, Ohio State
Brands Among Friends: An Examination of Brand Friending
and Engagement on Facebook
     Kelli Burns, South Florida
Exploring Social Game Play With Advertising: Brand Attitudes
in an Online Community
     Sara Steffes Hansen, Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Discussant: Courtney Carpenter Childers, Tennessee


10 am to 11:30 am / 330

Communication Technology Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: What’s New in Our News? Understanding Today’s
                                  News Consumption and Its Features

Moderating/Presiding: Kimberly Lauffer, Towson

Who Gets Their News Online and Why? Exploring the Role of Selective
Exposure in the Consumption of Internet News
     Shin Haeng Lee, Indiana-Bloomington
Sticky News: Online Newspaper Use of Multimedia and Interactivity
to Engage Audiences
     Lewis Knight, Texas at Austin
Redefining News Through Crowdsourcing the News Gatekeeping Function
in Social Media News Aggregators
     Sharon Meraz, Illinois-Chicago
The New News: Orienting to Structural Features and Information Introduced
in Online News
     Anastasia Kononova and Kevin Wise, Missouri-Columbia

Discussant: Diana Stover, San José State


10 am to 11:30 am / 331

History Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: The American Media as Storyteller

Moderating/Presiding: Nancy Roberts, SUNY at Albany

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“Severe in Invective”: Franc Wilkie, Wilbur Storey, and the Improbable
“Send Rumors” Quotation*
     W. Joseph Campbell, American
Building an American Story: How Early Historians Used Press Sources
to Remember the Revolution**
     Janice Hume, Georgia
Creating a Photographic Record of the First World War: “Real History”
and Recuperative Memory in Stereography
     Andrew Mendelson and Carolyn Kitch, Temple
“All Things Are As They Were Then”: Radio’s “You Are There”
     Matthew Ehrlich, Illinois
“As if the Sixties Never Happened:” A Singing Cop, Baltimore’s Last Minstrel
Show, and the White Media Narratives
     Stacy Spaulding, Townson

Discussant: Maurine Beasley, Maryland

* Second Place Faculty Paper
** Third Place Faculty Paper


10 am to 11:30 am / 332

International Communication Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Border Crossings and Global News Flows

Moderating/Presiding: Joseph Treaster, Miami

Transborder Journalism: Bypassing the Nation to Engage Europe
    Kevin Grieves, Ohio
The Structural Embeddedness of Global News Flow: A Social Network
Analysis Approach to International News
    Seung Joon Jun, Korea University
    and Ju-Yong Ha, Inha University, Incheon
Transnational News Media Role in Building Consensus About Muslim
Communities in the EU
    Vanessa de Macedo Higgins Joyce, Texas at Austin
Predicting International News Coverage: How Much Influence
Do Gatekeepers Have?
    Beverly Horvit, Missouri-Columbia; Peter Gade, Oklahoma
    and Elizabeth A. Lance, Missouri-Columbia

Discussant: Danielle Coombs, Kent State


10 am to 11:30 am / 333

Law and Policy Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Partly Cloudy: Threats and Opportunities in Freedom
                                  of Information

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Moderating/Presiding: Nancy Cornwell, Ithaca

Evaluating Public Access Ombuds Programs: An Analysis of the Experiences
of Virginia, Iowa and Arizona*
     Daxton Stewart, Texas Christian
Conceptualizing the Right to Environmental Information in Human Rights Law
     Cheryl Ann Bishop, Quinnipiac
The Constitutional Right-to-information on the Individual Level
     Kathryn Blevins, Pennsylvania State
Avoiding the Prisoners’ Dilemma: Economic Development
and State Sunshine Laws
     Aimee Edmondson, Ohio and Charles Davis, Missouri
Public Access to Criminal Discovery Records: A Look Behind the Curtain
of the Criminal Justice System
     Brian Pafundi, Florida Levin College of Law

Discussant: Kathleen Richardson, Drake

* Second-place Faculty Paper


10 am to 11:30 am / 334

Mass Communication and Society and Communication Theory and Methodology Divisions

Teaching Panel Session: Working With the IRB at Your Institution

Moderating/Presiding: Janet A. Bridges, Sam Houston State

Panelists:   Robert Logan, U.S. National Library of Medicine
             Paula Poindexter, Texas at Austin
             Michael Slater, Ohio State
             Sylk Sotto-Santiago, research compliance officer, University of Denver


10 am to 11:30 am / 335

Media Ethics and Newspaper Divisions

PF&R Panel Session: The Ethics of Immersion Journalism: In Search of Objective Moral
                    Standards for the Practice of Subjective Journalistic Story Telling

Moderating/Presiding: Kevin Stoker, Texas Tech

Panelists:    Adopting a “Quiet Decency“ While Writing About Death
             and Those Left Behind
                 Jim Sheeler, Pulitzer Prize winner; former reporter, Rocky Mountain News
             Representing People as They Are: The Ethics of Writing About People
             on the Fringes of Society
                 Tom Hallman, Pulitzer Prize winner; staff writer, Portland Oregonian
             Charlie Company’s Worst Day — and Mine: How to Cover Tragedy
             After Living Through the Story
                 Kelly Kennedy, author, correspondent for The Army Times

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             From Samuel Taylor Coleridge to Roger Rosenblatt: Literary Journalism,
             Storytelling and the “Larger Truth”
                 Jan Whitt, Colorado

Discussant: Kevin Stoker, Texas Tech


10 am to 11:30 am / 336

Media Management and Economic Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Social Media Markets and Business Models

Moderating/Presiding: Kwadwo Anokwa, Butler

Online Relationship Marketing in Media Industries: The Adoption of Social
Media by Media Firms
    Miao Guo and Sylvia Chan-Olmsted, Florida
Consumer Perceptions of Social Media: Comparing Perceived Characteristics
and Consumer Profiles by Social Media Types
    Sylvia Chan-Olmsted and Moonhee Cho, Florida
    and Sangwon Lee, Jamestown
Social Media and Young Latinos: A Cross-Cultural Examination
    Alan Albarran, Aimee Valentine, Caitlin Dyer
    and Brian Hutton, North Texas
Marketing and Branding in Online Social Media Environments: Examining
Social Media Adoption by the Top 100 Global Brands
    Miao Guo, Florida

Discussant: Nikhil Moro, North Texas


10 am to 11:30 am / 337

Public Relations Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Top Public Relations Division Teaching Papers

Moderating/Presiding: Brad L. Rawlins, Brigham Young

The RFP Solution: One Response to Client/Service Learner Issues*
    Cathy Rogers and Valerie Andrews, Loyola-New Orleans
Meeting the Needs of the Practice: An Evaluation of the Public Relations Curricula**
    Moonhee Cho and Giselle A. Auger, Florida
Big Chief Tablets and Sharpened Pencils: Helping PR Practitioners Transition
From Practice to Classroom***
    Barbara DeSanto, Maryville, Saint Louis
    and Susan Gonders, Southeast Missouri State
Pre-Professional Attitudes and Identities: The Socialization of Journalism
and Public Relations Majors****
    Bey-Ling Sha and Amy Weiss, San Diego State

Discussant: Susan Grantham, Hartford

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* First Place Teaching Paper
** Second Place Teaching Paper
*** Third Place Teaching Paper
****Fourth Place Teaching Paper


10 am to 11:30 am / 338

Scholastic Journalism Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Studying the High School and College Crowds

Moderating/Presiding: Monica Hill, North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Teen Attitudes Toward Journalism and the News Media: A Study
of Inner City Youth
     Regina Marchi, Rutgers
Scholastic Millennials and the Media: News Consumption Habits
of Young Journalism Students
     Geoffrey Graybeal, Joe Dennis and Amy Sindik, Georgia
Editor Toast: A Study of Burnout and Job Satisfaction Among
College Newspaper Editors
     Vincent Filak, Wisconsin-Oshkosh and Scott Reinardy, Kansas
High School and Collegiate Journalism: The Ties That Bind
(Through an AEJMC Division, and Beyond)
     Bruce Konkle, South Carolina

Discussant: Mary Peterson Arnold, South Dakota State


10 am to 11:30 am / 339

Visual Communication Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Exploring the Emerging Picture in the Visual
                                  Communication Industry

Moderating/Presiding: Susan Zavoina, North Texas

Doing More with Less: How the Jobs of Newspaper Photojournalists Have Changed
    Arthur Santana and John Russial, Oregon
Photojournalists’ Job Responsibilities and Satisfaction: The Impact of Range of Affect
and Changes in Contract
    Carolyn Yaschur, Texas
Online Communities’ Impact on the Profession of Newspaper Design
    Steve Urbanski and Amanda Miller, West Virginia
A Critical Look at the Internet’s Influence on Logo Design
    Debra Kelley, Minnesota

Discussant: Sandra H. Utt, Memphis


10 am to 11:30 am / 340
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Commission on the Status of Women

Refereed Paper Research Session: Powerful, Sexy, Vulnerable? Media Images of Women
                                  and Men in Sports and Entertainment

Moderating/Presiding: Brenda Wrigley, Syracuse

From Social Control to Post-Feminism: A Longitudinal Analysis of Reporting
on Title IX by Journalist Gender
     Kent Kaiser, Minnesota
Gender Violence in the Twilight Phenomenon: A Feminist Analysis
of Blood, Lust and Love
     Meenakshi Durham, Iowa
Sex & Glamour in the Hillbilly Field: The Objectification of Women
in Country Music Videos
     Ann McClane-Bunn, Middle Tennessee State

Discussant: Margaretha Geertsema, Butler


10 am to 11:30 am / 341

Religion and Media Interest Group and Newspaper Division

PF&R Panel Session: Losing My Religion Page: The New Normal for Faith Coverage

Moderating/Presiding: Mitch McKenney, Kent State

Panelists:   Paul Asay, associate editor, Plugged In Online, Colorado Springs, CO
             Electa Draper, religion reporter, Denver Post
             Debra Mason, Missouri, executive director, Religion Newswriters Association
             Leo Brunnick, CEO and founder, Patheos.com, Englewood, CO.


10 am to 11:30 am / 342

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Idea Summit: Keeping Journalism and Mass Communication Education Relevant
             in a Changing World

Moderating/Presiding: Jack Hamilton, Louisiana State

Panelists:   name, affiliation


10 am to 11:30 am / 343

Chinese Communication Association

Panel Session: Televised Images and Agenda Setting in the Chinese Context


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Moderating/Presiding: Hualin Chen, University of Macao

Panelists:  From “What to Think About” to “What to Think” — Impact of Media on Audience’s
         Agenda and Interpreting on Food Safety in China
                 Huailin Chen, University of Macao
            Comparison of Media Frame in Mainland China, Hong Kong and U.S. on Two
            “Shoe-hurling” Issues
                 Wenfei Li, University of Macao
            Mapping Agenda-setting Research in China — A Meta Analysis
                 Yunjuan Luo, Indiana
            Do Television Commercials in Hong Kong Reflect Respect for the Elderly?
            An Exploratory Study of How Elderly Respond
                 Daniel Ng, Oklahoma
            Education of Television Media in China: History, Current Situation
            and Development in the Future
                 Xiaohong Gao, Communication University of China
            Three Stages of Chinese TV Program Innovation in the Last 50 Years — From
            “Propaganda Materials” to “Works” to “Product”
                 Zhifeng Hu, Communication University of China
            The Study on the Relationship of Content Production and Broadcasting of Television
         Media in China
                 Xiangmin Zeng, Communication University of China
            The Study on the Interaction between the Public Cultural Service and Culture
            Industry in China
                 Chenghu Yang, Communication University of China

Discussant: Xiaohong Gao, Communication University of China


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 344

Advertising and Public Relations Divisions

PF&R Panel Session: Buy, Buy, Baby: Advertising to Children and its Ethical,
                    Developmental, and Health Implications

Moderating/Presiding: Bobbi Kay Lewis, Oklahoma State

Panelists:   Carol J. Pardun, South Carolina
             Erin L. Ryan, Kennesaw State
             Denise Bortree, Pennsylvania State
             Courtney Carpenter Childers, Tennessee
             Alison Bryant, Playscience
             T. Barton Carter, Boston


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 345

Communication Theory and Methodology and Communication Technology Divisions

Refereed Paper Research Session: Information and Participation in the Online Domain

Moderating/Presiding: Amanda Sturgill, Baylor

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Speaking Up in the 21st Century: The Effects of Communication Apprehension
and Internet Self-Efficacy on Use of Social Networking Websites
    Brendan Watson, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Effects of High-Context and Low-Context Profile and Subjective Norm
on Attitudes and Behavioral intentions toward Social Network Sites
    Bokyung Kim and Hyunmin Lee, Missouri-Columbia
Learning Through Friending: Informational Uses of Online Network Sites
and Individuals’ Social Capital and Participation
    Homero Gil de Zuniga, Sebastian Valenzuela
    and Nakwon Jung, Texas at Austin
Putting out Fire with Gasoline: Gamson Hypothesis, Political Information
and Political Activity
    Tom Johnson, Texas at Austin and Barbara Kaye, John Hopkins

Discussant:   James D. Ivory, Virginia Tech


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 346

Cultural and Critical Studies and History Divisions

Research Panel Session: From Custer to Cronkite: Memory and Media
                          Memorialization of Celebrity Deaths

Moderating/Presiding: Lisa Burns, Quinnipiac

Panelists:    Lisa Burns, Quinnipiac
              Matt Carlson, St. Louis
              Janice Hume, Georgia
              Carolyn Kitch, Temple


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 347

Law and Policy Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Cyber-law: Maneuvering Through Legal Issues on the Internet

Moderating/Presiding: Velma Brown Blackmon, Elizabeth City State

Show Me the Money: The Economics of Copyright in Online News
    Minjeong Kim, Colorado State
The Convergence Policymaking Process in South Korea
    Dong-Hee Shin, Sungkyunkwan University
Network Neutrality and Over the Top Content Providers
    Rob Frieden, Pennsylvania State
Motivations for Anonymous Speech: A Legal Realist Perspective
    Victoria Ekstrand, Bowling Green State
Mother Knows Best: Can Lessons From the Ma Bell Breakup Apply
to Net Neutrality Policy?
    Tom Vizcarrondo, Louisiana State


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Discussant: Sheree Martin, Samford


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 348

Media Management and Economics and International Communication Divisions

PF&R Panel Session: Trends in Spanish-language Media

Moderating/Presiding: Todd Chambers, Texas Tech

Panelists:   Kenton Wilkinson, Texas Tech
             Manuel Chavez, Michigan State
             Aimee Valentine, North Texas
             Marina Serrano Ramos, Seville


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 349

Minorities and Communication Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Top Papers Session: Media Constructions
                                  of Multicultural Realities

Moderating/Presiding: Claire Serant, St. John’s

Welcome to America: The Star Tribune’s Coverage of Tibetan Americans
in Minnesota*
    Nangyal Tsering, Minnesota-Twin Cities
The BIA Occupation: The Media Frame a Native American Struggle
to Gain Control**
    Mavis Richardson, Minnesota State-Mankato
The Stranger in Our Midst: Foreign versus American Identity in Newspaper
Coverage of the Binghamton Shooting***
    Angie Chuang, American
Crisis Knowledge and Preparedness Four Years after Hurricane Katrina:
Comparing Gulf Coast Populations According to Race****
    Andrea Miller, David Brown, Stephanie Grey
    and Renee Edwards, Louisiana State

Discussant: Jennifer Woodward, Middle Tennessee State

* Top Student Paper
** Second-Place Faculty Paper
*** Third-Place Faculty Paper
****Top Faculty Paper


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 350

Visual Communication Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Visuals and Cultures: Looking Out the Global Window

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Moderating/Presiding: Meg Spratt, Washington

Do You See What I See?: A Comparative Content Analysis of Iraq War Photographs
Published in The New York Times and the Tehran Times
     Garen Cansler, Erik Collins and Cecile Holmes, South Carolina
Strike a Pose: Comparing Associated Press and UNICEF Visual Representations
     Sadaf Ali, Debbie James and Fred Vultee, Wayne State
Consuming the West: A Semiotic Analysis of Western Models and Symbols
in Chinese Magazine Advertising
     Ying Huang, Southern Illinois Carbondale
Why We Travel: Enduring and Emergent Representations in a New York Times
Travel Text
     Katherine Good, Northwestern

Discussant: Sang Um Nam, Elon


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 351

Community College Journalism Association, Radio-Television Journalism Division
and Civic & Citizen Journalism Interest Group

Teaching Panel Session: Teaching News Literacy: What Works?

Moderating/Presiding: John McManus, gradethenews.org

Panelists:   Renee Hobbs, Temple
             Fred Blevens, Florida International
             Dale Cressman, Brigham Young
             Dean Miller, SUNY at Stony Brook


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 352

Commission on the Status of Women

Refereed Paper Research Session: Women at Work: Women as Objects, Subjects of Media

Moderating/Presiding: Dorothy Bland, Florida A&M

Framing Gender Amid Crisis: A Woman University President Faces the Press
     Frank Durham, Iowa
Gender Framing in the 2008 Presidential Election
     Erin O’Gara, Iowa
Navigating the “Invisible Nets”: Challenges and Opportunities for Women
in Traditionally Male-Dominated South Asian Newsrooms
     Elanie Steyn and Kathryn Jenson, Oklahoma
Silent No More: Regan Hofmann and POZ Magazine
     Robin Donovan, Ohio

Discussant: Meta G. Carstarphen, Oklahoma


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11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 353

Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Interest Group

Refereed Paper Research Session: Science Communication from Sid the Science
                                  Kid to Performance Art

Moderating/Presiding: Z. Janet Yang, SUNY-Buffalo

A Content Analysis of Prosocial Behavior on Sid the Science Kid
    Caitlin Evans and Jocelyn Steinke, Western Michigan
Across the Great Divide: Boundaries and Boundary Objects in Art and Science
    Megan Halpern, Cornell
Perceived or Real Knowledge? Comparing Operationalizations of Science Knowledge
    Peter Ladwig, Kajsa Dalrymple, Dietram Scheufele
    and Dominique Brossard, Wisconsin-Madison
    and Elizabeth Corley, Arizona State
The Shifting Agenda: A Scientific Event and Its Print and Online Coverage
    Ashley Anderson, Dominique Brossard
    and Dietram Scheufele, Wisconsin-Madison
Measuring Perceptions of Emerging Technologies: Errors in Survey Self-Reports
and Their Potential Impact on Communication of Public Opinion Toward Science
    Andrew Binder, Michael Cacciatore, Dietram Scheufele,
    and Bret Shaw, Wisconsin-Madison and Elizabeth Corley, Arizona State

Discussant: Cynthia Coleman, Portland State


11:45 am to 1:15 pm / 354

Entertainment Studies Interest Group and Media Ethics Division

PF&R Panel Session: He Shoots, He Scores, He Tweets: The Ethics and Implications
                    of Social Media in Sports Journalism

Moderating/Presiding: Ed Wasserman, Washington & Lee

Panelists:   Lionel Bienvenue, sports director, KMGH-TV 7, Denver
             Lindsay Jones, sportswriter, The Denver Post
             Lindsay Lew, director of Strategic Sales and Communication,
                 University of Colorado Athletic Department
             Marc H. Rosenweig, Montclair State


12:30 pm to 2:45 pm / 355

Mass Communication and Society Division

Off-site Tour: Wynkoop Brewery Tour

Wrap up a great conference by winding down with casual conversation and frothy libations with a free
tour of Wynkoop Brewery, the first brew pub in Denver. To attend this off-site activity hosted by the

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Mass Communication and Society Division, meet your fellow MCS members in the conference hotel lobby
around 12:15 pm Saturday afternoon and take the 16th St. Mall shuttle to Wynkoop Brewery. We’ll enjoy
a tour, tasting, and have time for lunch at the pub (optional, lunch available for purchase). The tour can
only accommodate 35 people, so please register early. See www.wynkoop.com for more information.


1:30 pm to 3 pm / 356

Advertising Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Celebrities and Characters

Moderating/Presiding: Nancy C. Cornwell, Ithaca

Celebrity-Associated Promotions: Celebrity Endorsed Advertising vs. Celebrity
Product Placement
    William Reeves, Texas at Austin
Celebrity Endorsers in Advertising: Effects of Negative Information Levels
and Timing of Exposure to Negative News
    Hojoon Choi, Leonard Reid, Georgia
    and Mariko Morimoto, Emerson
I’m Not a Doctor, But I Play One On TV: The Effects of Context and Endorser
Credibility on Advertising Effectiveness
    K. Maja Krakowiak, Colorado at Colorado Springs
    and Kelly Poniatowski, Elizabethtown
The Effects of Spokes-Characters’ Personalities of Food Products
on Source Credibility
    Hobin Kyung, Korea Telecom; Ohyoon Kwon
    and Yongjun Sung, Texas at Austin

Discussant: Rod Carveth, Fitchburg State


1:30 pm to 3 pm / 357

Communication Technology and Media Management and Economics Divisions

Research Panel Session: New Media Economics: In Search of Viable News Business
                         Models in a Digital Media World

Moderating/Presiding: Jacob Groshek, Iowa State

Panelists:   Walter McDowell, Miami
             Amy Jo Coffey, Florida
             Robert Picard, Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden
             Dan Gillmor, founder of Grassroots Media Inc., author of We the Media
             Marcus Messner, Virginia Commonwealth


1:30 pm to 3 pm/ 358

Communication Theory and Methodology Division and Commission on the Status of Women


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PF&R Panel Session: Identity and Impact of Communication as a Discipline

Moderating/Presiding: John Wirtz, Texas Tech

Panelists:   Barbara Barnett, Kansas
             Elizabeth Toth, Maryland
             Julie Andsager, Iowa
             Dhavan Shah, Wisconsin-Madison


1:30 pm to 3 pm / 359

History and Media Ethics Divisions

PF&R Panel Session: Ethics Across Time

Moderating/Presiding: Jane Marcellus, Middle Tennessee State

Panelists:   Tom Bivins, Oregon
             Karla K. Gower, Alabama
             Elliot King, Loyola, Maryland
             Wendy Wyatt, St. Thomas


1:30 pm to 3 pm / 360

International Communication Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Practicing Journalism: Freedom and Change in the Newsroom

Moderating/Presiding: Lee Anne Peck, Northern Colorado

One Profession — Multiple Identities: Russian Regional Reporters’
Perceptions of the Professional Community*
    Wilson Lowrey, Alabama and Elina Erzikova, Central Michigan
Do Journalists Have Information Access? Exploring News Media Freedom
and Colonial Heritage in 42 Nations**
    Jeannine Relly, Arizona
Dimming Lights and Deepening Shadows over Press Rights in Kyrgyzstan
    Eric Freedman, Michigan State
Sustainability of Organizational Change in the Newsroom: A Case Study from Australia
    Brian Massey, East Carolina and Jacqui Ewart, Griffith
Media Freedom and Corruption: Media Effects on Governmental
Accountability in 133 Countries
    Lindita Camaj, Indiana

Discussant: Catherine Cassara-Jemai, Bowling Green State

* Top Faculty Paper, First Place
** Top Faculty Paper, Third Place


1:30 pm to 3 pm / 361

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Law and Policy Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: You Said What?!? Current Issues in Defamation and Obscenity

Moderating/Presiding: Gregory Newton, Ohio

Gay Labeling and Defamation Law: Have Attitudes Toward Homosexuality
Changed Enough to Modify Reputational Torts?
    Robert Richards, Pennsylvania State
Libelous Language Post-Lawrence: Accusations of Homosexuality as Defamation*
    Laurie Phillips, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Obscenity is in the Eye of the Beholder: Use of Demonstrative Evidence
to Delineate Community Standards in Obscenity Cases**
    Rebecca Ortiz, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Free Speech, Fleeting Expletives & the Causation Quagmire: Was Justice Scalia
Wrong In Fox Television Stations ***
    Clay Calvert, Florida and Matthew Bunker, Alabama
When Does F--- Not Mean F---?: FCC v. Fox Television Stations and Protecting
Emotive Speech
    W. Wat Hopkins, Virginia Tech

Discussant: Paul Seigel, Hartford

* First-Place Student Paper
** Third-Place Student Paper
*** First-Place Faculty Paper


1:30 pm to 3 pm / 362

Minorities and Communication and Newspaper Divisions

PF&R Panel Session: Media Ownership and Control by People of Color

Moderating/Presiding: Francis Ward, Syracuse

Panelists:    Is There Such a Thing as “Black Radio,” Given the Control and Ownership of Radio
         Stations Nationwide by Media Giants Like Clear Channel Communications
              and Infinity Broadcasting?
                  Karen Bond, National Black Coalition for Media Justice (NBCMJ)
              Do People of Color Have Brand Loyalty to their Media?
                  Salim Muwakkil, senior editor, In These Times magazine;
                       radio talk show host WVON Radio, Chicago
              What is the Future of Media Owned by Hispanics and Other People of Color?
                  Federico Subervi, Texas State, San Marcos


1:30 pm to 3 pm / 363

Radio-Television Journalism Division

Business Session: Executive Committee Meeting

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Moderating/Presiding: Hub Brown, Syracuse


1:30 pm to 3 pm / 364

Visual Communication and Public Relations Divisions

Teaching Panel Session: Thinking Outside the Silos: Teaching Creativity and Innovation
                         for Strategic Communication

Moderating/Presiding: Brad Rawlins, Brigham Young

Panelists:   Susan Grantham, Hartford
             Will Sims, Virginia Commonwealth
             Mark W. Stuhlfaut, Kentucky
             Karie Hollerbach, Southeast Missouri State
             Susan Balcom Walton, Brigham Young
             Jacqueline Lambiase, Texas Christian
             Margo Berman, Florida International


1:30 pm to 5 pm / 365

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Business Session: 2010-11 AEJMC Board of Directors

Moderating/Presiding: Jan Slater, Illinois at Urbana, 2010-11 AEJMC President


3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 366

Communication Theory and Methodology and Mass Communication and Society Divisions

PF&R Panel Session: Conducting Externally Funded Research with Social Implications

Moderating/Presiding: Lisa Paulin, North Carolina Central

Panelists:   John Chapin, Pennsylvania State
             Federico Subervi, Texas State
             Michael Slater, Ohio State
             Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State
             Stacey Hust, Washington State


3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 367

History and International Communication Divisions

Research Panel Session: The Fall of the Soviet Union and its Aftermath

Moderating/Presiding: William Gillis, Indiana
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Panelists:   Journalists, Political Elites, and the Public: Social Agency and Changes
             in Latvian Broadcasting in the Late 1980s
                 Janis Chakars, North Carolina-Wilmington and Sergei Kruk, Riga Stradins
             Siberian Media in the Twilight of the Soviet Union: The Buryat Press
             and Nationalist Inertia
                 Melissa Chakars, North Carolina-Wilmington
             Revolution in Kyrgyzstan: Did Media Make a Difference?
                 Hans Ibold, Indiana
             Journalism Education and the Press in Central Asia
                 Richard Shafer, North Dakota

Discussant: Owen V. Johnson, Indiana


3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 368

Media Ethics Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Top Student Papers in the Media Ethics Division: Exploring
                                  Ethical Issues in Advertising, Public Relations and Journalism

Moderating/Presiding: Kati Berg, Marquette

Commodification of Community: The Ethics of Lay’s Local*
     Erica Goodman, Colorado-Boulder
Reconsidering Transparency: Finding A Cooriented State
in a Disoriented Concept**
     Ian Storey, Colorado State
Analyzing Ethics in Newspaper Stories About Capital Punishment
     Kenna Griffin, Oklahoma
The Ethics of Public Records: Is it Always Right to Publish?
     Gwyneth Shaw, Arizona

Discussant: Jenn MacKay, Virginia Tech

* Carol Burnett Award Winner
** Runner-Up, Carol Burnett Award


3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 369

Minorities and Communication Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: Current Issues and Challenges for Ethnic and Mainstream Media

Moderating/Presiding: Frances Ward-Johnson, Elon

The Essence of “What Matters”: An Ownership Convergence Case
of Black News Going Mainstream
     George Daniels, Alabama
Viability of Online Outlets for Ethnic Newspapers
     Ralph Izard and Masudul Biswas, Louisiana State

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 Through the Lens of Race: Constructing Narratives About Jayson Blair
 and Janet Cooke by Professional Journalists
     Mary Hill-Wagner
Althea Gibson and Wilma Rudolph: An Analysis of Mainstream and Black
Press Coverage on Their Pioneering Victories
     Pamela Laucella, Indiana


 Discussant: Felecia Ross, Ohio State


 3:15 pm to 4:45 pm / 370

 Newspaper Division

 Refereed Paper Research Session: Finding Jobs, Maintaining Trust in Newspapers

 Moderating/Presiding: Sandra Utt, Memphis

 Editor Blogs: Ample Commentary, Little Transparency
     Norman Lewis, Jeffrey C. Neely and Fangfang Gao, Florida
 Hiring for Change? A Content Analysis of Newspaper Industry Job Ads
 Appearing on JournalismJobs.com and Editor & Publisher*
     Johanna Cleary and Meredith Cochie, Florida
 Journalism’s Layoff Survivors Tap Resources to Remain Satisfied**
     Scott Reinardy, Kansas
 Why Some Young Adults Dislike Print Newspapers and Their Ideas for Change
     Amy Zerba, Florida

 Discussant: Jin Yang, Memphis

 * Top Faculty Paper, Third Place
 ** Top Faculty Paper, First Place


 5 pm to 6:30 pm / 371

 Minorities and Communication Division

 Refereed Paper Research Session: Ethnic/Racial Identity Formation and Mediated Messages

 Moderating/Presiding: James Kiwanuka Tondo, North Carolina State

 When Science and Politics Collide in the Framing Over Indigeneity
     Cynthia Coleman, Portland State
 “How Ya Durrin’?” - Love, Drag, Racism and Shirley Q. Liquor
     Peter Parisi, Hunter
 Refracting Media Characters through the Prism of Ethnic Identity Formation
     David Oh, Denison
 The Cultural Consternation of Brand O(prah): Oprah and Gayle’s Big Adventure
     Felicia McGhee-Hilt, Tennessee at Chattanooga;
     Dwight Brooks, Middle Tennessee State; Cheryl Ann Lambert, Boston
     and Megan Fields, Tennessee-Knoxville

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Discussant: Lisa Paulin, North Carolina Central


5 pm to 6:30 pm / 372

Newspaper Division

Refereed Paper Research Session: The Sporting News: Trends in Sports Coverage

Moderating/Presiding: Bill Cassidy, Northern Illinois

Agenda Setting and Print Media Coverage of College Football: Impact
on Bowl Championship Series Matchups
     Michael Mitrook and Todd Lawhorne, Florida
In the Rough: Tiger Woods’ Apology and Journalistic Antapologia
     Paul Husselbee and Kevin Stein, Southern Utah
Sporting a New Angle: A Content Analysis of Journalists’ and Bloggers’ Framing
of Rush Limbaugh’s Failed NFL Ownership Bid
     Marie Hardin and Erin Ash, Pennsylvania State
Under the Weather: The Impact of Weather on US Newspaper Coverage
of the 2008 Beijing Olympics
     Bu Zhong, Pennsylvania State and Yong Zhou, Renmin University of China

Discussant: Howard Schlossberg, Columbia




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