ICA presentations and co-authorships

These submissions successfully made it to this year's ICA in Australia, which unfortunately took place virtually due to the corona pandemic:

  • “The Effects of Trait-Based Personalization in Social Media Advertising” (Stephan Winter, Ewa Maslowska, Anne Vos)
  • “You’re Still Worth It: The Moral and Relational Context of Politically Motivated Unfriending Decisions in Online Networks” (German Neubaum, Manuel Cargnino, Stephan Winter, Shira Dvir Gvirsman)
  • “An Agenda for Open Science in Communication” (Tobias Dienlin, Niklas Johannes, Nicholas D. Bowman, Philipp K. Masur, Sven Engesser, Anna S. Kuempel, Josephine Lukito, Lindsey M. Bier, Renwen Zhang, Benjamin K. Johnson, Richard Huskey, Frank M. Schneider, Johannes Breuer, Douglas A. Parry, Ivar Vermeulen, Jacob T. Fisher, Jaime Banks, Rene Weber, David A. Ellis, Tim Smits, James D. Ivory, Sabine Trepte, Bree McEwan, Eike Mark Rinke, German Neubaum, Nathan E. TeBlunthuis, Andrea S. Won, Julian Unkel, Xiaohui V. Wang, Stephan Winter, Brittany I. Davidson, Nuri Kim, Nicole Krämer, Sonja Utz, Christopher J. Carpenter, Timothy R. Levine, Neil Lewis, Emese Domahidi, Claes H. de Vreese)
  • “Mediated protest in the digital era: Exploring theEvolution of Mainstream Coverage of Social Protest From 1997 to 2017.” (Teresa Gil-Lopez)
  • “In the eye of the beholder: A case for the visual hostile media phenomenon.” (D. Schmuck, Jörg Matthes, Christian von Sikorski)
  • "To Track or Not to Track: Examining Perceptions ofOnline Tracking in the Context of Information BehaviourResearch.” (Mykola Makhortykh; Aleksandra Urman; Teresa Gil-Lopez; Roberto Ulloa)
  • "An update for the gold standard of news media effects – Mobile Intensive Longitudinal Linkage Analysis" (Lukas P. Otto, Fabian Thomas, Isabella Glogger, Claes H. de Vreese)

Date of news May 30, 2020 12:00 AM