38 CPC papers @ ICA

From May 24th till May 28th the 68th ICA conference takes place in Prague. We are super proud that no less than 38 papers of CPC-members will be presented at this “High Mass” of Communication Science! Have a look at our paper presenters below:

Araujo; Lock; van de Velde. A Protocol for Communication Research With Machine Vision: Using Recognition Platforms to Analyze Corporate Webpages

Azrout, R., & Wojcieszak, M. E. (2018, May). Overtime effects of media exposure on polarization in a multi-party system. Paper to be presented at the ICA Annual Conference, Prague, the Czech Republic. (On Monday 14h00-15h15 in the session ‘Polarization: Causees, Consequences and Remedies’.)

Bol, N., Dienlin, T., Kruikemeier, S., Sax, M., Boerman, S.C., Strycharz, J., Helberger., & De Vreese, C.H. (2018), Understanding the Effects of Personalization as a Privacy Calculus: Analyzing Self-Disclosure across Health, News and Commerce Contexts. Paper will be presented at the International Communication Association (ICA). Annual Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Bosilkov, I., Azrout, R., & Gattermann, K. (2018, May). The Perceived Bias of Migration Coverage: Media Hostility and Partisan Motivation in the Processing of Migration Frames. Paper to be presented at the ICA Annual Conference, Prague, the Czech Republic. (On Monday 8h00-9h15 in the session ‘Immigration: Coverage, Rhetoric and Their Effects’.)

Boukes, M. (2018). Agenda-setting with satire: How political satire placed TTIP on the public, media and political agenda. Division: Political Communication.

Boukes, M. (2018). Social network sites and learning about current affairs: The impact of Twitter and Facebook usage on the knowledge gap. Division: Communication and Technology

Boukes, M., Damstra, A., & Vliegenthart, R. (2018). Media dependency and the effects on consumer confidence: Studying media effects on economic perceptions by linking content analysis to panel survey data. Division: Mass Communication.

Boukes, M., Van de Velde, B. R. N., & Vliegenthart, R. (2018). The good and bad in economic news: Comparing (automatic) measurements of sentiment in Dutch economic news. Division: Computational Methods.

Brosius, A. (2018). Trust in the European Union. Effects of media visibility and tonality.
de Vreese, C. (2018). ICA Fellow’s Panel I: ICA Fellows’ Reflections on the Field and the Future. Friday 1230-1345. Hilton Prague, M, Tyrolka.

Gattermann, K. & Vliegenthart, R. (2017). The professionalization and politicization of European election posters in the Netherlands, 1979-2014.

Geers, S. & Strömbäck, J. (2018). Patterns of Intra-Election Volatility, Political Knowledge, and Media Exposure. 68th ICA annual conference, Prague.

Ghincul, N., & Schuck, A. (2018). Drawing the Line between Conflict and Disagreement in Political News Coverage.

Glogger, I. & Otto, L.P. (2018). Journalistic Views on Hard and Soft News: A Factorial Survey on Journalists’ Understanding of a Popular Concept

Hameleers, M. & Schmuck, D. (2018). Closer to the People. A Comparative Content Analysis of Online Populist Communication at Election and Routine Periods. Paper presented at the 68th International Communication Association Conference, Czech Republic, Prague.

Hameleers, M. (2018). Partisan Media, Polarized Audiences? A Comparative Qualitative Analysis of Online Political News and Responses in the U.S., U.K., and the Netherlands. Paper presented at the 68th International Communication Association Conference, Czech Republic, Prague.

Hameleers, M., Bos, L., Fawzi, N., Reinemann, C., Andreadis, I., Corbu, N.,..Weiss, N. (2018). Start Spreading the News: A Comparative Experiment on the Effects of Populist Communication on Political Participation in 16 European Countries. Paper presented at the 68th International Communication Association Conference, Czech Republic, Prague.

Kruikemeier, S., Boerman, S.C., & Bol, N. (2018). Perceptions of a Social Contract and Protecting Privacy Online: Evidence from a Panel Study. Paper will be presented at the International Communication Association (ICA). Annual Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Marquart, F., Brosius, A., & de Vreese, C. (2018). United Feelings: The mediating role of emotions in EU political advertising effects.

Metz, M., Kruikemeier, S., & Lecheler, S. (2018) Personalized Communication on Facebook: Examining the Content and Effects of Professional, Emotional and Private Self-Personalization. Paper will be presented at the International Communication Association (ICA). Annual Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Moeller, J., & Trilling, D. Expecting the unexpected: Conceptualizing diversity as relative distance in a multidimensional feature space. Panel participation submitted to the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Journalism Division.

Möller, J., Shehata, A., & Kruikemeier, S. (2018). Internet Use and Political Interest: Growth Curves, Reinforcing Spirals and Causal Effects during Adolescence. Paper will be presented at the International Communication Association (ICA). Annual Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Monzer, C., Moeller, J., Neys, J. L.D., & Helberger, N. Who has control and who is responsible? Implications of news personalization from the user perspective. Paper submitted to the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division.

Nai, A., & Seeberg, HB (2018). Going Negative behind the Enemy Lines: How a Party’s Negative and Positive Campaigns Shrink its Rival’s Issue Ownership

Nielsen, S., & Sheets, P. Virtual hype meets reality: Users’ perception of immersive journalism.
Otto, L.P. & Thomas, F. (2018). Short-term reinforcing spirals? Investigating the dynamic relationship between emotional reactions and attention towards political news.

Powell, T.E. (2018). To multimodality and beyond: A multimodal explication of news framing effects. ICA Visual Communication Division.

Powell, T.E., & van der Meer, G.L.A (2018) Depolarizing images: The selection and persuasive effects of multimodal news media. ICA Visual Communication Division, Young Scholars Preconference.

Powell, T.E., van der Meer, G.L.A., & Brenes Peralta, C. (2018). Picture power? The contribution of visuals and text to selective exposure. ICA Political Communication Division.

Seeberg, HB, & Nai, A. (2018). “Don’t Trust That Party!” Undermining a Rival Party’s Issue Ownership through Negative Campaigning

Thijssen, R., & Schuck, A. (2018). The Effects of Political Incivility in News Coverage on Citizens’ Political Engagement via Cognitive and Affective Responses.

Thurman, N., Helberger, N., Moeller, J., & Trilling, D. My friends, editors, algorithms, and I: A multi-level analysis of audience attitudes to news selection. Paper submitted to the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Journalism Division.

Trilling, D., Moeller, J., Van de Velde, R. N., & De Vreese, C. H. Reading a bit about everything or everything about a bit? Assessing online news use through combined survey and tracking data. Panel participation submitted to the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Computational Methods Division.

van Elsas, E., Goldberg, A., Marquart, F., Brosius, A., & de Vreese, C. (2018). No use in staying: Media effects on ‘winners’ and ‘losers’ of globalization and voting intentions for a Dutch EU exit.

Van Elsas, E., Marquart, F., Goldberg, A., Brosius, A., & de Vreese, C. (2018). It’s EUr choice: Selective exposure to and effects of media coverage on European Union attitudes.

Vellenga & van de Velde. Privacy Concerns in Context: Testing the Effect of Domains Alone,

Vliegenthart & Damstra. Parliamentary Questions, Newspaper Coverage and Consumer Confidence in Times of Crisis: A Cross-National Comparison

Weikmann, T., & Powell, T.E. (2018). The distant sufferer: Measuring spectatorship of photojournalism. ICA Visual Communication Division.