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Mannheimer Wissenschaft­ler/innen auf der Online-Konferenz der ICA

Dieses Jahr findet die 70. Konferenz der International Communication Association (ICA) vom 20.–26. Mai als virtuelle Konferenz statt. Mitarbeiter/innen der Mannheimer MKW sind mit 12 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 Universität Mannheim beteiligt:

Freitag, 22. Mai 2020:

Panel-Thema: Computational Approaches to News and Mis­information
Kasper Welbers; Wouter van Atteveldt; Scott Althaus; Hartmut Wessler; Joseph W. Bajjalieh; Chung-hong Chan; Marc Jungblut: Media Portrayal of Terrorist Events: Using Computational Text Analysis to Link News Items to the Global Terrorism Database.

Roundtable: #OpenComm Roundtable: How Communication Scholarship Could, and Should, Change in the New Decade
Tobias Dienlin; Niklas Johannes; Nicholas D. Bowman; Philipp K. Masur; Sven Engesser; Anna S. Kuempel; Josephine Lukito; Lindsey M. Bier; Renwen Zhang; Benjamin K. Johnson; Richard Huskey; Frank M. Schneider; Johannes Breuer; Douglas A. Parry; Ivar Vermeulen; Jacob T. Fisher; Jaime Banks; Rene Weber; David A. Ellis; Tim Smits; James D. Ivory; Sabine Trepte; Bree McEwan; Eike Mark Rinke; German Neubaum; Nathan E. TeBlunthuis; Andrea S. Won; Julian Unkel; Xiaohui V. Wang; Stephan Winter; Brittany I. Davidson; Nuri Kim; Nicole Krämer; Sonja Utz; Christopher J. Carpenter; Timothy R. Levine; Neil Lewis; Emese Domahidi; Claes H. de Vreese:

Poster-Session: Political Communication Interactive Poster Session
Rainer Freudenthaler: Assessing the Debate on Refugee Policy Within German Online Publics: Do Co­unter-Publics Enhance the Debate?

Panel-Thema: Frontiers in Text Mining
Chung-hong Chan; Jing Zeng; Hartmut Wessler; Marc Jungblut; Kasper Welbers; Joseph W. Bajjalieh; Wouter van Atteveldt; Scott Althaus: Reproducible Extraction of Cross-Lingual Topics Using R

Samstag, 23. Mai 2020:

Panel-Thema: Adoring Our Phones (Too Much?)
Annabell Halfmann; Adrian Meier; Leonard Reinecke: Too Much or Too Little Messaging? Situational Determinants of Guilt About Mobile Messenger Usage

Panel-Thema: Social Media and Citizen Engagement
Julia Jakob; Timo Dobbrick; Patrik Haffner; Hartmut Wessler: What Facilitates Constructive Engagement? A Dictionary-Based Comparison of Outrage and Recognition Across Online Platforms

Sonntag, 24. Mai 2020:

Panel-Thema: The Scope and Influence of Media Coverage: Lessons From Analyzing News Content (Works in Progress)
Kasper Welbers; Wouter van Atteveldt; Chung-hong Chan; Hartmut Wessler; Scott Althaus: Suspect by Association: Untangling Semantic Relations Between Muslim Communities and Terrorism in the News

Poster-Session: Communication and Technology Interactive Poster Session
Chung-hong Chan; Jing Zeng; Mike S. Schäfer: Whose Research Benefits More From Twitter? A Study of Twitter-Worthiness of Communication Research

Poster-Session: Journalism Studies Interactive Poster Session
Chung-hong Chan; Hartmut Wessler; Wouter van Atteveldt; Scott Althaus: Are Right-Wing Attackers Also Terrorists? An Automated Content Analysis on How Perpetrator Identity Shapes Worldwide English-Language News Coverage of Islamist and Right-Wing Attacks

Montag, 24. Mai 2020:

Panel-Thema: Dynamics of the (Digital) News Discourse
Scott Althaus; Joseph W. Bajjalieh; Marc Jungblut; Dan Shalmon; Wouter van Atteveldt; Hartmut Wessler: Is It Easier to Scare Us or Piss Us Off? the Impact of Terrorist Attacks on News Discourse Across 74 Years of New York Times Reporting

Panel-Thema: Political Entertainment: Uses and Effects
Freya Sukalla; Andrea Kloß; Anne Bartsch; Frank M. Schneider; Larissa Leonhard: Let Me Think: Effects of Cognitive Load During Fictional Entertainment on Elaborate Processing, Information Seeking, and Political Participation
Larissa Leonhard; Frank M. Schneider; Freya Sukalla; Anne Bartsch: An Extended Dual-Process Model of Entertainment Effects on Political Information Processing and Engagement

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