Mannheimer Wissenschaft­ler/innen auf der 72. Konferenz der ICA in Paris

Dieses Jahr findet die 72. Konferenz der International Communication Association (ICA) vom 27.-31. Mai in Paris statt. Mitarbeiter/innen der Mannheimer MKW sind mit 17 Beiträgen vertreten.


Die Konferenz ermöglicht Forscher/innen ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren und professionelles Feedback zu erhalten. Die ICA ist ein Zusammenschluss von 4.500 Wissenschaft­ler/innen aus über 80 Ländern, die sich für die Erforschung und Lehre zwischenmenschlicher und mediatisierter Kommunikation interessieren. 
Das Programm der Konferenz finden Sie hier.

An folgenden Beiträgen sind Mitarbeiter/innen der MKW Mannheim beteiligt:

Freitag, 27.5.:

Session: Mobile Media Methods, Methods, and Processes

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM; Room 242A (Palais des Congres)

Self-Control No Matter What? the Effects of Availability Preferences and Valuation of Temptation Enactment on Self-Control Failure and the Well-Being of Messenger Users
Annabell Halfmann

Session: How News Exposure is Shaped by Algorithms: News Recommender Systems and Search Engines

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM; Room 243 (Palais des Congres)

Recommended Polarization? The (Limited) Effects of Content- and Sentiment-Based News Recommendation on Affective, Ideological, and Perceived Polarization
Katharina Ludwig; Alexander Grote; Andreea Iana; Mehwish Alam; Heiko Paulheim; Harald Sack; Christof Weinhardt; Philipp Müller

Session: CAThecting Online: Expression and Interpretation of Emotions

5:00 PM – 6:15 PM; Room 362+363 (Palais des Congres)

Media as Powerful Coping Tools to Recover From Social Exclusion Experiences? A Systematic Review on Need Restoration and Emotion Regulation Through Using Media
Sarah Lutz; Frank M. Schneider; Sabine Reich

Session: Appeal and Impact of Media Narratives

5:00 PM – 6:15 PM; Hyatt – Lab 1+2 (Hyatt)

The Influence of State Self-Esteem on Narrative Engagement
Nathalie Mrozek; Frank M. Schneider; Benjamin K. Johnson; Rachel Son


Samstag, 28.5.:

Session: State of Deliberation Research: Discourse Quality, Rationality, and Representative Thinking

8:00 AM – 9:15 AM; Room 342B (Palais des Congres)

The Interplay of Personal Storytelling With Rational Justifications in User-Generated Discourse
Julia Jakob

Session: The SophistiCATion of the Social Web: Web Tracking and User Comments

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM; Hyatt – Regency 3+4 (Hyatt)

The Influence of Deliberative User Comments on the Number and Quality of Their Reply Comments
Hanna Ruess; Teresa K. Naab; Constanze Kuechler

Session: Smartphones in Our Daily Lives

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM; Hyatt – Regency 7 (Hyatt)

Can Mothers Avoid Guilt About Their Smartphone Usage Behavior? Effects of the Availability Norm and Goal Conflict on Guilt, Recovery, and Task Accomplishment
Annabell Halfmann; Lara N. Wolfers; Anneleen Meeus

When the Smartphone Gives No Rest: How Messenger-Related Demands Influence Users’ Well- and Ill-Being
Sarah Lutz; Annabell Halfmann; Sophia Schweinsberg; Frank M. Schneider

Session: CATching Our Breath:Relations­hips Between Media Use and Well-Being

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM; Room 304+305 (Palais des Congres)

Drug, Demon or Donut? Theorizing the Relations­hip Between Social Media Use, Digital Well-Being and Digital Disconnection
Mariek Vanden Abeele; Annabell Halfmann; Edmund W. Lee


Sonntag, 29.5.:

Session: CAM Research Escalator I

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM; Hyatt – Lab 10 (Hyatt)

Measuring Media Literacy: Development and Validation of a Multidimensional Self-Assessed Media Literacy Scale
Jessica Kühn; Claudia Riesmeyer; Teresa K. Naab

Session: Top Student Papers in Communication and Technology

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM; Hyatt – Regency 7 (Hyatt)

Why Don’t You Answer Me?! Exploring the Effects of (Repeated Exposure to) Ostracism Via Messengers on Users’ Fundamental Needs, Well-Being, and Coping Motivation
Sarah Lutz

Session: Different Perspectives on the Study of Trust in Journalism

3:30 PM – 4:45 PM; Hyatt – Lab 1+2 (Hyatt)

Is Distrust of Journalism More Than the Mere Absence of Trust? Developing and Validating a Scale to Measure News Media Distrust as a Distinct Concept
Fabian Zimmermann; Matthias Kohring

Session: Processing and Interpretation in Media

8:00 PM – 9:15 PM; VIRTUAL SESSIONS & POSTERS (online)

The Role of Epistemic Emotions and Empathy in Eudaimonic Entertainment Experiences and Political News Processing
Felix Dietrich; Tanja Kugler; Sarah Lucia Hennings; Celine Conrad; Frank M. Schneider; Peter Vorderer

The Role of Epistemic Emotions in the Processing of Cross-Cutting News Exposure
Felix Dietrich; Peter Vorderer


Montag, 30.5.:

Session: Media in Issues of Race/Ethnicity, Identity, and Outgroup Attitudes

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM; Room 252A (Palais des Congres)

Differential Racism in the News: Using Semi-Supervised Machine Learning to Distinguish Explicit and Implicit Stigmatization of Ethnic and Religious Groups in Journalistic Coverage
Philipp Müller; Chung-hong Chan; Katharina Ludwig; Rainer Freudenthaler; Hartmut Wessler

Session: Journalistic Cultures and Comparative Journalism Studies

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM; Room 352B (Palais des Congres)

Bayesian (Comparative) Journalism Studies
Chung-hong Chan; Adrian Rauchfleisch

Session: Tool Demos

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM; Room 252B (Palais des Congres)

Tool Demo: An R Package for Detecting Biases in Word Embeddings
Chung-hong Chan