IU Dept. of Telecommunications Research Accepted for Presentation at International Communications Association Annual Meeting in
Betsi Grabe receives Top Faculty Paper Award in Visual Studies Division.
Faculty and graduate student work includes 19 papers spanning 6 divisions.
Information Systems Division
James Angelini-- Remembering the typical or the atypical? An examination of memory of gendered sports broadcasts.
Julie Fox, Volkan Sahin, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, Brian Wilson, Glory Koloen & Ya Gao--
No joke: A motivated cognition study of viewing The Daily Show and network TV news.
Satoko Kurita, Sungkyoung Lee, P. Gayle Nadorff, & Annie Lang-- YO-MAM! Validating a measure for assessing individual differences in motivational activation in children.
Sungkyoung Lee & Robert F. Potter-- Effect of emotion in processing words presented in radio advertisements.
P. Gayle Nadorff, Sungkyoung Lee, Madhuja Banerjee, & Annie Lang-- The human face specificity for visual processing of human and human-like animal cartoons.
Robert F. Potter & Sojung Kim--Does priming a focus on advertising impact perceptions of increased commercial clutter?
Zheng Wang--The method is the message: Dynamic signal detection theory and its use in analyzing recognition memory of mediated information.
Law & Policy Division
Sung Wook Ji--Piracy impact on the theatrical movie industry.
Jung Seok Kang--Institutional determinants of the structure of the daily newspaper industry: A cross-country study.
Mike McGregor-- Unheard voices: Public comment and FCC policy making.
Mass Communications Division
Walter Gantz & Nancy Schwartz--Food advertising likely to be seen by children: Incorporating viewing patterns in content analyses of non-programming content.
Walter Gantz & Zheng Wang--Health content in local television news: A current appraisal
Political Communications Division
Jung Seok Kang--Economics of newspapers’ presidential endorsement decisions: Evidence for endogenous product-type choices of media firms.
Visual Studies Division
Conference Theme Session
Mark Deuze--Presenting panelist on the conference-wide theme session Creating Communication: Content, Control, Critique.