Faculty and Graduate Student Research Symposium

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Featured Speaker
Noon-1 p.m., JH 303

“Old South” documentary preview, Danielle Beverly.

Research Session
1-2:15 p.m., JH 303

“Brand Following on Social Media Across the World,” Jim Pokrywczynski and Hang Lu.
“Solving The World’s Most Pressing Problems: Discourses of Identity Construction in Social Entrepreneurship.” Sarah Feldner and Jeremy Fyke.
“The U.S. Catholic Bishops, ‘Religious Freedom,’ and the 2012 Presidential Election Campaign: A Reflection,” Steve Goldzwig.
“The Impurity Truth: How Popular Media Taught Millennial Males to Get Laid and “Do It” as Early as Possible,” Patrick Johnson.

Teaching Session
2:30-3:45 p.m., JH 313
Special panel on teaching featuring Deb Krajec, Linda Menck, Pamela Nettleton, April Newton and graduate student Patrick Johnson.

 

Friday, April 26, 2013

Featured Speaker
Noon-1 p.m.
, JH 303
“Copyright and Censorship in Participatory Culture: The Evolution of Fair Use,” Patricia Aufderheide.

Research Session
1-2:15 p.m., JH 303
“The Mission Statement: How Society Talks to Itself About the Corporation,” Kati Berg, Sarah Feldner and John Pauly.
“Counting Women: A Global Review of Red Books and Creative Women in 64 Countries,” Jean Grow and Tao Deng.
“The Reddening of the Pink Ribbon: An Examination of Women's Adoption of Social Media Against the Susan G. Komen Defunding of Planned Parenthood,” Chioma Ugochukwu.
“Media Coverage of Contraception,” Ana Garner.

Research Session
2:30-3:45 p.m., JH 303
“Exploring the Effect of Servant Leadership on Possibilities for Group Resiliency,” David Torres.
“Framing 3/11 Online: A Comparative Analysis of the News Coverage of the 2012 Japan Disaster by CNN.com and Asahi.com,”
Sumana Chattopadhyay.
“Living with Nuclear Power: Risk Information Seeking and Processing,” Hang Lu.
“Exploring Uncertainty, Worry and Anger About a Health Risk in People's Seeking of Information and Adoption of Protective Behaviors,”
Robert Griffin.

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