Conference Program, March 17th-18th 2011

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Conference Program, March 17th
-
18th 2011




March 17th: Crossing Boundaries


Contributions from Research



9am


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Opening Remarks

Henrik Bødker
, Director of the Center for University Studies in Journalism, and
Associate Professor, Aarhus
University.


9:15am
-

9:30am

Visualizing the Hidden

Ken Goldberg, University of California at Berkeley

10am
-

10:30am

Plenary 1: Networked News Work

Jane B. Singer, Associate Professor, The University of Iowa


10:30am
-

11am

Coffee

11am
-

12.30pm

Parallel Workshops

1) Networked
Journalism


Chair: Henrik Bødker


David

Michael Ryfe,
Associate Professor,
University of Nevada:
Why Objectivity is
Impossible in Networked
Journalism and What
This Means for the
Future of News

Discussant: Jane Singe
r


Lars Holmgaard,
Associate Professor,
Danish Media and
Journalism School:
Crowdnursing and
Spreadable Journalism

Discussant: Donica
Mensing

2) “Journalism
Confronting Complex
Changes

Chair: Thomas Tufte


David Nordfors, Sr.
Research Scholar,
Innovation Journalism
Program Leader,
Stanford University:
Innovation Jo
urnalism:
the New Role of the
Fourth Estate in the
Innovation Economy

Discussant: Hans
-
Henrik
Holm


Flemming Svith,
Associate Professor,
Danish Media and
Journalism School:
Jour
nalism and Media
3) Hierarchies of
News Production

Chair: Kelly A Fincham


Mette Verner, Associate
Professor, Danish Media
and Journalism School:
Women Crossing
Boundaries




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Wendy Bacon, Professor,
University

of Technology,
Sydney:
Story Production
across Space and Time
Experiments in Global
Collaborative Reporting
from a Journalism
Education Perspective

Discussant: to be
announced

Crossing Field
Boundaries

Discussant: Irene
Neverla


Shameem Mahmud,
Ph.d. Student, Hamburg
University:
The Internet
as a Public Sphere:
Blogging Climate Change

in a Changing Media
Sphere in Bangladesh

Discussant: Kelly
Fincham

Monash University,
Melbourne:
Izzy Stone,
James Carey and
Beyond: Universities in
the New

Journalistic
Order

Discussant: Ejvind
Hansen


12:30pm
-

1:30pm

Lunch

1:30pm
-

2:30pm

Plenary 2: Climate Crises


Communication as Performance

Karey

Harrison, Lecturer, University of Southern Queensland


2:30pm
-

4pm

Parallel Workshops

4) New Publics

Chair: Jane Singer


Hans Henrik Holm,
Professor, Danish Media
and Journalism School:
Crossing Boundaries:
Home is Best

Discussant: Shameem
Mahmud


Irene Neverla,
Professor, Hamburg
University :
Grand
Narratives as the ‘Glue’
in a Globalized World:
Why Conflicting Topics
5) Framing the
Political
Chair: to be
announced


Andreas Schuck,
Assistant Professor,
Amsterdam University:
Who’s Afraid of Conflict?
How Conflict Framing in
Campaign News
Coverage Mobilized
Voters in the 2009
European Parliamentary
Elections

Discussant: David Ryfe


Kelly A Fincham,
6) Anatomies of
News
Chair: Mette
Verner


Amber Boydstun,
Assistant Professor,
University of Ca
lifornia
at Davis:
An Empirical
Anatomy of Media
Storms

Discussant: Henrik
Bødker


Saheli Datta, Brian
Gawalt, Guan
-
Cheng Li,
Luke Miratrix, Laurent
El
-
Ghaoui, Bin Yu,
like ‘Global Warming’ or
‘Climate Change’ Keep
the World Together

Discussant: Chris Nash


Ejvind Hansen,
Associate Professor,
Danish Media and
Journalism School:
Mobile Distributed
Public Spheres

Discussant: Jen
Schradie

Assistant Professor
,
Hofstra University:
Social Media in the 2011
Irish Elections

Discussant: Lars
Holmgaard


Jing Ning, Ph.d.
Student, Rutgers
University:
Framing the
“Other’s” Military
Conflict: The Case of
CCTV
-
9’s TV News
Reporting on the Iraq
War

Discussant: Wendy
Bacon

Abigail
De Kosnick,
Contact: Laurent El
-
Ghaoui, Associate
Professor, University of
California at Berkeley:
Gaining Contextual
Insights into Media from
Keywords Derived from
Machine
-
Lea
rning Based
Analysis

Discussant: Karey
Harrison


Donica H. Mensing,
Associate Professor,
University of Nevada:
The Changing Dynamics
of News Distribution

Discussant: Flemming
Sv
ith


4pm
-

4:30pm

Coffee

4:30pm


5:30pm

Plenary 3: A Quiet Media Revolution?

Thomas Tufte, Professor, Roskilde University

5:30pm
-

6pm

Concluding Remarks

Henrik
Bødker
, Director of the Center for University Studies in Journalism, and
Associate Professor, Aarhus University.


6pm

Reception