News

National Communication Association Conference 2010

Nov 01, 2010
Several of our faculty and graduate students attended the National Communication Association Conference.
Several of our faculty and graduate students attended the National Communication Association Conference, hosted this November in San Francisco, presenting a total of seven papers, one invited lecture, two short courses, and serving as panelists, chairs or respondents to a variety of themed panels. More detail on faculty then graduate student presentations below:

Kevin Barnhurst Symbolic Interaction and the Crisis of Journalism: Bridging the Divide between Standard Practice and New Technologies/ Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction/ Paper Presentation Critical Queer(ing): Celebrity Performance and the Paradox of Visibility/ Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication Studies Division/ Chair


Diem-My Bui
Gothic Approach to Monster Discourse and Immigration/ Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division / Paper Presentation

Hui-Ching Chang
Examining Chinese Gift-giving Behavior from the Politeness Theory Perspective/ Chinese Communication Association/ Paper Presentation Spotlight Panel Discussion for Asian/Pacific American Communication/ Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division / Panelist

Zizi Papacharissi Building Bridges across Media: Theorizing Social Media / Mass Communication Division/ Respondent The Public/Private Binary, Technology, and Convergence: The Civic Futures of Engaged Citizens/ Communication and the Future Division/ Paper Presentation Marshall McLuhan Lecture Series: Information Technologies and Social Orders: A Networked Self: Emerging Sociabilities on Social Network Sites/ Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction/ Invited Lecture

Andrew Rojecki Journalism and the Shape-Shifting Origins of the Anti-Evolution Movement/ American Studies Division/ Paper Presentation

Elaine Yuan A Media Repertoire Approach to News Consumption/ Association for Chinese Communication Studies / Paper Presentation

Federica Fornaciari SC22: Using a Wiki Platform as a Collaborative Teaching and Learning Tool to Build a Bridge Between Traditional and Online Learning Environments / Short Courses/ Presenter

Ginnifer Mastarone SC15: Bridging Cultures: Maximizing Student Learning Experiences in Multicultural Collegiate Classrooms / Short Courses / Presenter

Sabrina Pasztor SC15: Bridging Cultures: Maximizing Student Learning Experiences in Multicultural Collegiate Classrooms / Short Courses / Presenter

Adriane Stoner The Study Abroad Experience as Portrayed in U.S Print Media: A Quantitative Content and Semantic Network Analysis/ International and Intercultural Communication Division / Paper Presentation SC22: Using a Wiki Platform as a Collaborative Teaching and Learning Tool to Build a Bridge Between Traditional and Online Learning Environments / Short Courses / Presenter

Elycia Taylor SC15: Bridging Cultures: Maximizing Student Learning Experiences in Multicultural Collegiate Classrooms / Short Courses / Presenter

More News...

rss icon