Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 18/Oct/2017
8:00am
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5:00pm
Registration
Location: Dorpat - Registration Desk
9:00am
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12:30pm
Workshop-04: Less hate in politics!
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
 

Workshop: Less hate in politics! Machine learning and interventions as tools to mitigate online hate speech in political campaigns

Salla-Maaria Laaksonen1, Matti Nelimarkka2, Reeta Pöyhtäri3, Teemu Ropponen4, Kaarina Nikunen3

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: Aalto University, Finland; 3: University of Tampere, Finland; 4: Open Knowledge Foundation Finland

Workshop-05: Social Media Data Bootcamp And Research Hackathon
Location: Dorpat - Baer
 

SOCIAL MEDIA DATA BOOTCAMP AND RESEARCH HACKATHON

Libby Hemphill1, Richard Rogers2, Jeff Hemsley3, Sikana Tanupabrungsun 3

1: Illinois Institute of Technology, United States of America; 2: University of Amsterdam; 3: Syracuse University

Workshop-06: Academic Freedom 2.0
Location: Dorpat - Krause
 

Academic Freedom 2.0: Thinking Through and Learning to Protect Digital Privacy

Sarah Myers West1, Joan Donovan4, Michelle Forelle1, Becky Kazansky2, Aram Sinnreich5, Leonie Tanczer3

1: Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, United States of America; 2: University of Amsterdam; 3: University College London; 4: Data & Society; 5: American University

9:00am
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5:30pm
Workshop-02: Digital Methods
Location: Dorpat - Struve I
 

Digital Methods in Internet Research

Tim Highfield, Axel Bruns, Stefanie Duguay, Ariadna Matamoros Fernandez, Brenda Moon, Felix Muench, Aljosha Schapals

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Workshop-03: Understanding and Distorting the Internet, Metaphors of Experience in 2017
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
 

Understanding and distorting the internet, metaphors of experience in 2017

Annete N Markham1, Katrin Tiidenberg1,2, Nancy K Baym3, Theresa M Senft4, Cindy Tekobbe5, John Carter McKnight6

1: Aarhus University; 2: Tallinn University; 3: Microsoft Research New England; 4: New York University; 5: University of Alabama; 6: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology

Workshop-07: Analysing Visual Social Media
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
 

Analysing Visual Social Media

Uta Russmann1, Maria Schreiber2, Hannah Guy3

1: FHWien der WKW University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication, Vienna; 2: University of Vienna; 3: Visual Social Media Lab

10:00am
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5:30pm
Workshop-01: Doctoral Colloquium
Location: Dorpat - Peterson

Co-Chairs: Ben Light, Univserity of Salford and Susanna Paasonen, University of Turku

10:30am
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11:00am
Break: Break
Location: Dorpat - Main Corridor
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Dorpat - Main Lobby
2:00pm
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5:30pm
Workshop-09: Early Career Scholars Workshop
Location: Dorpat - Baer
 

AOIR EARLY CAREER SCHOLARS WORKSHOP (Pre-Conference)

Jeff Hemsley1, Andrea L. Guzman2, Esther Chin3, Efrat Daskal4, Zachary J. McDowell5

1: Syracuse University, United States of America; 2: Northern Illinois University; 3: Swinburne University of Technology; 4: Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel; 5: Department of Communication, University of Illinois Chicago

Workshop-10: E-estonia: Governance, Democracy and Voting
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
 

E-stonia: an e-state at a glance

Hannes Astok1, Jüri Mölder2, Kristjan Vassil3, Mihkel Solvak3

1: E-governance Academy, Estonia; 2: City Government of Tartu, Estonia; 3: University of Tartu, Estonia

 
3:30pm
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4:00pm
Break
Location: Dorpat - Main Corridor
5:30pm
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7:30pm
Reception-01: Wednesday Evening Reception
Location: Dorpat - Main Lobby
Date: Thursday, 19/Oct/2017
8:00am
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4:45pm
Registration
Location: Dorpat - Registration Desk
9:00am
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10:30am
Panel-01: Sonic Publics
Location: Dorpat - Struve I
 

Sonic Publics

Elinor Carmi1, Aram Sinnreich2, Nancy Baym3, Andrea Alarcon4, Lana Swartz5, Larisa Mann6, Ian Dunham7

1: Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom.; 2: American University, USA.; 3: Microsoft Research, USA.; 4: University of Southern California, USA.; 5: University of Virginia, USA.; 6: Temple University, USA.; 7: Rutgers University, USA.

Panel-02: Data-Driven Models of Governance Across Borders
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
 

Data-Driven Models of Governance Across Borders: Assessing Participation, Inclusion, and Convergence in the Digital Era

Hallam Stevens1, Payal Arora2, Rene Konig3, Mirko Schaefer4, Jason Pridmore2

1: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 2: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands; 3: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; 4: Universiteit Utrecht

Panel-03: Posthuman Publics
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
 

Posthuman Publics: Emerging Research in Human-Machine Communication

Jaime Banks1, Autumn Edwards2, Anna Jobin3, Seth C. Lewis4, Chad Edwards2, David K. Westerman5, Patric Spence6, Andrea Guzman7

1: West Virginia University, United States of America; 2: Western Michigan University, United States of America; 3: University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 4: University of Oregon, United States of America; 5: North Dakota State University, United States of America; 6: University of Kentucky, United States of America; 7: Northern Illinois University

PaperSession-01: Health
Location: Dorpat - Peterson
Chair: Verity Anne Trott
 

Mapping Mental Health Intermediaries: Vulnerable Publics and Platformed Support

Anthony C McCosker1, Rowan Wilken2

1: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia; 2: Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia


WHAT’S ON MY MIND: USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO DISCUSS STRESSFUL SITUATIONS

Jennifer Knight1, Nicholas Bowman1, Jaime Banks1, Brian Primack2, Jason Colditz2, Ariel Shensa2

1: West Virginia University, United States of America; 2: University of Pittsburgh, United States of America


"If you’re going through something difficult, we’d like to help": the limitations of hashtag logics in pro-eating disorder content moderation

Ysabel Gerrard

University of Leeds, United Kingdom


Live Streaming and Disability: Reconfiguring Play on Twitch.tv

Mia Consalvo1, Roger Altizer2

1: Concordia University, Canada; 2: University of Utah, USA

PaperSession-02: Politics 1
Location: Dorpat - Baer
Chair: Jakob Linaa Jensen
 

EMERGING MEDIA, INSTABILITY AND DEMOCRACY: EXAMINING THE GRANGER-CAUSAL RELATIONSHIPS OF 122 COUNTRIES FROM 1946 TO 2014

Blake Wertz, Jacob Groshek

Boston University: College of Communication, United States of America


Mapping Twitter’s information sphere in the lead-up to the Brexit referendum: How Eurosceptic views outpaced their rivals

Max Hänska, Stefan Bauchowitz

De Montfort University, United Kingdom


The Origins of the Internet Infrastructure Privatization: a Historical Approach to Internet Exchange Points

Fernanda R. Rosa

American University, United States of America


Digital traces and bottom-up data practices

Stefania Milan

University of Amsterdam & University of Oslo, Netherlands, The

PaperSession-03: Vernacular Creativity
Location: Dorpat - Krause
Chair: Tim Highfield
 

A STUDY OF DIFFUSION IN THE DRIBBBLE ART WORLD

Jeff Hemsley, Jennifer Sonne, Sikana Tanupabrungsun, Yihan Yu, Suchitra Deekshitula

Syracuse University, United States of America


Contemporary Creativity Online: An Examination of the Interplay between Art and Vernacular Creativity on the Internet

Ioana Literat

Columbia University, United States of America


The expert and the networked public: Professional and amateur wedding photographers in the Facebooked wedding

Rivka Ribak, Dina Fridman-Naot

University of Haifa, Israel


“Clip, Move, Adjust” - Video editing as reflexive rhythmanalysis in networked publics

Mads Middelboe Rehder, Gabriel Pereira, Annette Markham

Aarhus University, Denmark

PaperSession-04: Alt-Use and Non-Use
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
Chair: Amelia Faith Johns
 

Digital health apps and the young people not using them

Paul Byron

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia


Left behind, left unsaid: Absences on young people's Facebook Timelines

Brady Robards1, Sian Lincoln2

1: Monash University, Australia; 2: Liverpool John Moores University

 
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Dorpat - Main Corridor
Nancy Baym Book Award Recipient Signing
Location: Dorpat - Main Corridor

Meet the 2017 Nancy Baym Book Award Recipient and get your copy of his book signed. The will be at the Publisher's table.

11:00am
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12:30pm
Fishbowl-01: Money Studies Meets Internet Studies
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
 

Money Studies meets Internet Studies

Lana Swartz1, Noopur Raval4, Rachel O'Dwyer3, Stuart Geiger2, Ishita Ghosh2

1: University of Virginia, United States of America; 2: University of California Berkeley, United States of America; 3: Maynooth University, Republic of Ireland; 4: University of California Irvine, United States of America

Panel-04: The Temporality of Mobile Media
Location: Dorpat - Peterson
 

The temporality of mobile media

Jordan Frith1, Jason Farman2, Rowan Wilken3, Brett Oppegaard4, Joseph Meyer2

1: University of North Texas, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland; 3: RMIT University; 4: University of Hawaii

Panel-05: When Does IRL Matter?
Location: Dorpat - Krause
 

WHEN DOES IRL MATTER? LOCATION AND NETWORKED CREATIVITY IN GAMER, HACKER AND MAKER PUBLICS

Kat Braybrooke1, Richterich Annika2, Wenz Karin3, Jordan Tim4

1: University of Sussex, United Kingdom; 2: Maastricht University, Netherlands; 3: Maastricht University, Netherlands; 4: University of Sussex, United Kingdom

PaperSession-05: Memefied Publics
Location: Dorpat - Baer
Chair: Lisbeth Klastrup
 

Between Awkward Penguins and Gloating Pandas: A Cross-Linguistic Analysis of Meme Templates as Expressive Vocabularies

Asaf Nissenbaum, Limor Shifman

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel


ABJECT MEMES AS A NEW DOMINANT DISCOURSE: PARTICIPATORY SELF-LOATHING AND SHARED DEPRESSION

Joseph Cameron Lindsey

University of Texas at Austin, United States of America


My life is a mess: Self-deprecating relatability and the memefication of student publics

Kristine Ask1, Abidin Crystal2,3

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2: National University of Singapore, Singapore; 3: Jönköping University, Sweden

PaperSession-06: Online Activist Publics 1
Location: Dorpat - Struve I
Chair: Kevin Driscoll
 

La revolución digital: Mobility and locality in contemporary Cuba

Justin Joseph Grandinetti1, Marie Elizabeth Eszenyi2

1: North Carolina State University, United States of America; 2: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States of America


MAPPING THE AFFORDANCES AND DYNAMICS OF ACTIVIST HASHTAGS

Jacqueline Ryan Vickery

University of North Texas, United States of America


EXPOSE, DEBUNK, RIDICULE, RESIST! NETWORKED CIVIC MONITORING OF NATIONALIST-POPULIST AND FAR-RIGHT ONLINE ACTION IN FINLAND AND SWEDEN

Niko Tapio Hatakka

University of Turku, Finland


MEDIATED ALLEGIANCE: ISIS, CIRCULATION & NETWORKS OF BELONGING

Piotr M Szpunar

University at Albany, SUNY, United States of America

PaperSession-07: Policy and Regulation
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
Chair: Michelle C Forelle
 

THE ROLE OF STANDARD FORM CONTRACTS IN AN INFORMATION SOCIETY AND ‘SMART CONTRACT’ FURTURE

Kristin Cornelius Way

UCLA, United States of America


DO CIPHERS HAVE POLITICS?: DISCOURSES OF THE DIGITAL RIGHTS MOVEMENT IN THE CRYPTO WARS 2.0

Sarah Myers West

Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, United States of America


Competing Interests: Understanding the Implications of the Emergent International ICT Governance Network

Ivory Mills

Northwestern University, United States of America

Roundtable-01: Difficult Imagery
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
 

“Difficult” Imagery: The Ethics of Publication and Presentation of Challenging Visual Material

Lee Humphreys1, Cesar Albarran-Torres2, Bjorn Nansen3

1: Cornell University, United States of America; 2: Swinburne University; 3: Melbourne University

 
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Dorpat - Main Lobby
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Panel-06: Infancy and Digital Media
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
 

INFANCY AND DIGITAL MEDIA

Bjorn Nansen1, Benjamin Nicoll1, Donnell Holloway2, Andra Siibak3, Elyna Nevski4, Giovanna Mascheroni5, Christine Trueltzsch-Wijnen6

1: Melbourne University, Australia; 2: Curtin University, Australia; 3: Univeristy of Tartu, Estonia; 4: Tallinn University, Estonia; 5: Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy; 6: University of Salzburg, Austria

PaperSession-08: #FAKE?
Location: Dorpat - Struve I
Chair: Fabio Giglietto
 

Platform Governance as Reflexive Coordination – Mediating Nudity, Hate Speech and Fake News on Facebook

Christian Katzenbach, Kirsten Gollatz

Alexander von Humboldt Institute für Internet und Gesellschaft, Germany


TRACKING ‘FAKE NEWS’ ON TWITTER: AN EMPIRICAL AND MEDIA CRITICAL CONTRIBUTION TO NUANCING THE NOTION OF THE ‘FILTER BUBBLE’

Daniela Van Geenen2, Mirko Tobias Schäfer1, Thomas Boeschoten1, Piet Bakker2, Erik Hekman2

1: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Applied Sciences Utrecht


The ordinary market for fake likes

Thomas Beauvisage, Kevin Mellet

Orange, France

PaperSession-09: Learning and Knowledge 1
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
Chair: Matti Nelimarkka
 

HOW AN EPISTEMOLOGY OF IGNORANCE MAINTAINS WIKIPEDIA’S GENDER GAP

Karen Frost-Arnold

Hobart & William Smith Colleges, United States of America


‘Google Translate Sings’: Constructing Networked Multilingualism and the Playful Public

Carmen Lee

Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)


“But it wouldn’t be an encyclopedia; it would be a wiki": The changing imagined affordances of wikis, 1995-2002

R.Stuart Geiger

UC-Berkeley, United States of America


“An Investment in Knowledge Pays the Best Interest”: The Advanced Liberalism of Computer Science For All

Kate Miltner

University of Southern California, United States of America

PaperSession-10: Place and Geo-location
Location: Dorpat - Krause
Chair: Lee Humphreys
 

Invisibility and hypervisibility: Imagining publics for urban broadband networks

Germaine Halegoua1, Jessa Lingel2

1: University of Kansas, United States of America; 2: University of Pennsylvania, United States of America


SPATIAL ARCHITECTURE OF GEOWEB NEOGEOGRAPHY, GEOCODED PUBLICS AND MEDIA

Inka Salovaara

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark


TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL SPACES AND DIASPORIC PUBLICS. HOW MIGRANTS ARE CHANGING TRADITIONAL CONCEPTUALISATIONS OF THE PUBLIC SPHERE

Sara Marino

King's College London, United Kingdom


NAVIGATING A NEW LIFE: SYRIAN REFUGEES AND THEIR SMARTPHONES IN VIENNA

Katja Kaufmann

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Alpen-Adria-University Klagenfurt (Austria)

PaperSession-11: Privacy 1
Location: Dorpat - Peterson
Chair: Ansgar Koene
 

TO BE OR NOT TO BE ON THE INTERNET: A MULTIDIMENSIONAL TOOL FOR STUDYING ONLINE ANONYMITIES

Lina Eklund1, Emma von Essen2, Fatima Jonsson3

1: Stockholm University, Sweden; 2: Aarhus University, Denmark; 3: Södertörn University, Sweden


EPISTEMIC AMALGAMS: ON LANGUAGE, THEORY AND EXPERTISE IN ALGORITHMIC SOCIAL SORTING

Dan M. Kotliar

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel


NETWORKED ANONYMITY: THE CASE OF ‘SECRET’ AND ANONYMITY IN THE ERA OF SOCIAL MEDIA

Tzlil Sharon

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel


What’s Your Anonymity Worth?: Establishing a Marketplace for the Valuation and Control of Individuals’ Anonymity and Personal Data

Cory Robinson

Linköping University, Sweden

PaperSession-12: Audiences and Fans
Location: Dorpat - Baer
Chair: Ioana Literat
 

'Audience Engagement' and the Next Media Regime

Jacob Nelson

Northwestern University, United States of America


Explorers or algorithmically driven listeners? An empirical understanding of pop music spreading patterns

Alessandro Caliandro1, Tiziano Bonini2, Guido Anselmi3

1: Middlesex University, United Kingdom; 2: Siena University, Italy; 3: Università Bicocca, Milan, Italy


SHARE! LIKE! CREATE! HOW FAN LABOR IS CULTIVATED AND PRACTICED IN THE CONTEMPORARY MUSIC INDUSTRY

Linda Ryan Bengtsson, Karin Fast, Raul Ferrer Cornill

Karlstad University, Sweden


Understanding eSports Spectatorship: Players, Fans, Recruits

Marcus Carter2, Martin Gibbs1, Emma Witkowski3

1: The University of Melbourne, Australia; 2: The University of Sydney, Australia; 3: RMIT University

Roundtable-02: Re-conceptualising Autonomy Interfaces, Algorithms, & New Machines
Location: Dorpat - Ewers
 

RE-CONCEPTUALISING “AUTONOMY“ - INTERFACES, ALGORITHMS, AND NEW MACHINES

Caja J. Thimm

University of Bonn, Germany

Working Group-01: Ethical Issues in Big Data IRE
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
Chair: Charles Melvin Ess
 

Towards Internet Research Ethics (IRE) 3.0 (Ethics Working Group) Ethical Issues in Big Data IRE

Charles Melvin Ess1, Stine Lomborg2, Aline Shakti Franzke3, Anja Bechmann4, Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda5, Michael Zimmer6

1: University of Oslo, Norway; 2: University of Copenhagen; 3: Utrecht Data School; 4: Aarhus University; 5: GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences; 6: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Coffee break
Location: Dorpat - Main Corridor
4:00pm
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5:30pm
Experimental-01: Legal Challenges of Using Text Mining in Communication Studies
Location: Dorpat - Krause
 

LEGAL CHALLENGES OF USING TEXT MINING IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES

Stefanie Fuchsloch, Karin Boczek, Gerret von Nordheim

TU Dortmund, Germany

Panel-07: Digital Networks, Digital Pub(l)ics
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
 

DIGITAL NETWORKS, DIGITAL PUB(L)ICS (1): LABOUR, PLEASURE, PORN.

Susanna Paasonen5, Kath Albury3, Zahra Stardust3, John Mercer4, Sharif Mowlabocus1, Brady Robards2, Clarissa Smith6

1: University of Sussex, United Kingdom; 2: Monash University, Australia; 3: University of New South Wales, Australia; 4: Birmingham City University, United Kingdom; 5: University of Turku, Finland; 6: University of Sunderland, United Kingdom

Panel-08: The Platformization of Cultural Production
Location: Dorpat - Baer
 

The Platformization of Cultural Production

Thomas Poell1, David Nieborg2, Brooke Erin Duffy3, Robert Prey4, Stuart Cunningham5

1: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Toronto, Canada; 3: Cornell University; 4: University of Groningen; 5: Queensland University of Technology

PaperSession-13: Algorithms
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
Chair: Christian Katzenbach
 

WHEN IS AN ALGORITHM? FACEBOOK TRENDING TOPICS AND THE POLITICS OF ALGORITHMIC AGENCY

Taina Bucher

University of Copenhagen, Denmark


Algorithms and (the lack of ) discretion in automated decision-making processes

Katherina Drinkuth

Queensland University of Technology, Australia


DO ALGORITHMS HAVE COSMOPOLITICS? A DISCUSSION BASED ON FACEBOOK'S NUDITY POLICY

Amanda Chevtchouk Jurno, Carlos d'Andréa

UFMG - Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil


Human Agency on Algorithmic Systems

Ansgar Koene1, Elvira Perez Vallejos1, Helena Webb2, Menisha Patel2

1: University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; 2: University of Oxford, United Kingdom

PaperSession-14: Generations
Location: Dorpat - Ewers
Chair: Kelly Quinn
 

CONSEQUENCES OF DIGITAL DIVIDES: HOW INTERNET USE AFFECTS SOCIAL WELL-BEING

Moritz Büchi, Noemi Festic, Michael Latzer

U of Zurich, Switzerland


"It's not how I use it, but what I believe about it": The role of experience in the online information seeking behavior

Nathan Stolero, Elad Segev

Tel Aviv University, Israel


Musical.Ly’s Sleight of Hand: Circumventing Family Social Media Governance

Milovan Savic, Anthony McCosker

Swinburne University of Technology, Australia


WHY YOUNG CHILDREN DON’T PLAY: PARENTS’ ACCOUNTS OF NON-ENGAGEMENT WITH DIGITAL GAMES

Jane Mavoa

The University of Melbourne, Australia

PaperSession-15: Racism
Location: Dorpat - Peterson
Chair: Adi Kuntsman
 

Racial Justice Activist Hashtags and Counterpublics: Circulations and Discourses of Solidarity

Rachel Kuo

New York University, United States of America


DISRUPTING ONLINE RACISM AGAINST MĀORI IN AOTEAROA/NEW ZEALAND

Jennifer Margaret Rankine

University of Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand


Black "Rantings": Indigenous feminist writers' online narratives in a postfeminist age.

Verity Anne Trott

University of Melbourne, Australia


Finding and Analyzing Judgements on Ethnicity in the Russian-language social media

Olessia Koltsova, Sergey Koltcov, Sergei Nikolenko, Svetlana Alexeeva, Oleg Nagorny

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

PaperSession-16: Methods
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
Chair: Ysabel Gerrard
 

TRANSPARENCY, RESEARCH AND FACEBOOK: THE CASE OF FACEBOOK.COM/PEACE

Nicholas John

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel


API BIAS: HOW TWITTER DATA COLLECTION IMPACTS SCIENTIFIC INFERENCE

Rebekah Tromble1, Andreas Storz2

1: Leiden University; 2: University of Amsterdam


Characterising Twitter Reply Chains in the Australian Twittersphere

Brenda Moon

Queensland University of Technology, Australia


SELFIES AND CULTURAL EVENTS: MIXED METHODOLOGIES FOR THE STUDY OF SELFIES IN CONTEXT

Gemma San Cornelio1, Antoni Roig2, Elisenda Ardèvol3, Begonya Enguix4

1: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain; 2: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain; 3: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain; 4: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

Roundtable-03: The Invisible Shaping of Public Discourse in Online Spaces
Location: Dorpat - Struve I
 

The Invisible Shaping of Public Discourse in Online Spaces

Tarleton Gillespie1,2, Anja Bechmann3,4, Rikke Frank Jørgensen5, Fernando Bermejo6,7,8

1: Microsoft Research, New England; 2: Cornell University; 3: University of California, Irvine; 4: Aarhus University; 5: Danish Institute for Human Rights; 6: Berkman Klein Center, Harvard University; 7: IE University; 8: MIT Center for Civic Media

5:30pm
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7:00pm
Break
6:00pm
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8:00pm
Keynote-01: Conference Welcome and Keynote Prof. Andrew Chadwick
Location: University of Tartu

Donald Trump, the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign, and the Intensification of the Hybrid Media System

8:00pm
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9:30pm
Reception-02: Conference Welcome Reception
Location: Athena Keskus
Date: Friday, 20/Oct/2017
8:00am
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4:00pm
Registration
Location: Dorpat - Registration Desk
9:00am
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10:30am
Fishbowl-02: Privacy Beyond the Individual
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
 

Privacy beyond the individual

Ralf Patrick De Wolf1, Airi Lampinen2, Elinor Carmi3, Tuukka Lehtiniemi4, Sander Schwartz5

1: Imec-Mict, Ghent University, Belgium; 2: Mobile Life Centre, Stockholm University, Sweden; 3: Goldsmiths, University of London, England; 4: Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, HIIT, Finland; 5: IT-University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Panel-10: Studying Theories & Methods of Power in Social Mediated Conflicts
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
 

STUDYING THEORIES AND METHODS OF POWER IN SOCIAL MEDIATED CONFLICTS

Jakob Linaa Jensen1, Nicholas Proferes2, Jessica Lingel3, Alison Powell4

1: Aarhus University; 2: University of Maryland; 3: University of Pennsylvania; 4: London School of Economics

Panel-11: Shifts in Socially Mediated Visual Cultures
Location: Dorpat - Struve I
 

PANEL: SHIFTS IN SOCIALLY MEDIATED VISUAL CULTURES: IMAGES BY/FOR MACHINES AND HUMANS

Katrin Tiidenberg1,2, Maria Schreiber3, Asko Lehmuskallio4, Bent Fausing6, Anja Bechmann7,1, Annette N Markham1, Janne Seppänen4, Jukka Häkkinen5

1: Aarhus University; 2: Tallinn University; 3: University of Vienna; 4: University of Tampere; 5: University of Helsinki; 6: University of Copenhagen; 7: University of California, Irvine

PaperSession-17: Ethics
Location: Dorpat - Peterson
Chair: Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda
 

Tracing Controversies in Hacker Networks: Ethical Considerations for Research on Communal Publics

Annika Richterich

Maastricht University, Netherlands, The


INTERNET OMBUDSMAN – TOWARDS A HUMAN RIGHTS-EMBEDDED INTERNET

Robert Wentrup

University of Gothenburg, Sweden


What kind of cybersecurity: Mapping approaches to cybersecurity

Laura Fichtner

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The


DISAFFORDANCES AND DYSAFFORDANCES IN CODE

D.E. Wittkower

Old Dominion University, United States of America

PaperSession-18: US Elections 2016
Location: Dorpat - Baer
Chair: Jennifer Stromer-Galley
 

Public Comments and Uncivil Discourse in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election

Patricia Rossini1, Sam Jackson1, Feifei Zhang1, Kate Kenski2, Bryan Seeman1, Jennifer Stromer-Galley1

1: Syracuse University, United States of America; 2: University of Arizona, United States of America


THE DARK SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SPHERE. RIGHT-WING COUNTERPUBLICS IN THE US ELECTIONS

Jonas Kaiser1, Adrian Rauchfleisch2

1: Harvard University, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society; 2: Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research - ZIPAR


AUTOMATED DIFFUSION? BOTS AND THEIR INFLUENCE DURING THE 2016 U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Olga Boichak, Jeff Hemsley, Sikana Tanupabrungsun, Daniela Fernandez Espinosa, Sam Jackson, Patricia Rossini

Syracuse University, United States of America


I DID NOT HAVE TEXT WITH THAT SERVER: Attitudes about Gender, Technology, and Digital Literacy in the 2016 U.S. Election

Elizabeth Losh

William and Mary, United States of America

PaperSession-19: Digital Archiving
Location: Dorpat - Krause
Chair: Steve Jones
 

Observing Archives: Web Archiving as Socio-Technical Practice

Jessica Ogden, Susan Halford, Leslie Carr

University of Southampton


The Digitization Network: Digitizing archival materials at the National Library of Israel

Sharon Ringel2, Rivka Ribak1

1: University of Haifa, Israel; 2: Sapir Academic College


The Fabric of Digital Life: Building an Internet Archive for Embodied Technology

Andrew Iliadis1, Isabel Pedersen2

1: Temple University, USA; 2: University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada


Grand Intentions, Small Interventions: Climate Data Rescue as Counter-Data Action

Britt S. Paris, Morgan Currie, Joan Donovan

University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America

PaperSession-20: Religion
Location: Dorpat - Ewers
Chair: Giulia Evolvi
 

ATHEISM ON YOUTUBE - PERFORMING COUNTER PUBLICS?

Evelina Lundmark

Uppsala University, Sweden


RELIGIOUS NARRATIVES AND NETWORKED LEARNING SPACES: USING BLOGS TO CONNECT INDIVIDUALS TO HISTORY

George S. Williamson, Vanessa Dennen

Florida State University, United States of America


Networked Publics and the Social Construction of Death, Dying and Bereavement in a Digital Age

Paula Kiel

LSE, United Kingdom

Roundtable-04: Artificial Intelligence and a Good Society
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
 

Artificial Intelligence and a Good Society: What Challenges? What Opportunities?

Corinne Johanna Nicoline Cath1,2, Michael Zimmer3, Stine Lomborg4, Berndert Zevenbergen1

1: University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 2: Alan Turing Institute; 3: University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; 4: University of Copenhagen

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Dorpat - Main Corridor
11:00am
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12:30pm
Fishbowl-03: Un-Networked? Digital Disengagement
Location: Dorpat - Ewers
 

UN-NETWORKED? DIGITAL DISENGAGEMENT - A RIGHT, A PRIVILEGE, A CURRENCY

Kolozaridi Polina2, Adi Kuntsman1, Esperanza Miyake1

1: Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom; 2: Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

Panel-12: Misinformation, Propaganda and "Fake News"
Location: Dorpat - Struve I
 

MISINFORMATION, PROPAGANDA AND "FAKE NEWS": A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

Marco Bastos1, Johan Farkas2, Fabio Giglietto4, Kirsten Gollatz5, Giovanni Boccia Artieri4, Laura Gemini4, Giorgio Bertolin3

1: City, University of London, UK; 2: IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 3: NATO StratCom Centre of Excellence, Latvia; 4: Università di Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy; 5: Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet & Society, Germany

Panel-13: Networked Niceness
Location: Dorpat - Krause
 

Networked Niceness: Gendered Affective Publics and Potentialities of Political Resistance

Alison Harvey1, Jessica Bain1, Natasha Whiteman1, Nathan Rambukkana2

1: University of Leicester, United Kingdom; 2: Wilfred Laurier University, Canada

PaperSession-21: Commenting Culture
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
Chair: Jeff Hemsley
 

Public Deliberation and Civic Engagement in Public Health Politics: Everyday Political Talk about Public Health Issues on Chinese BBS forums

Yu Sun

University of Groningen, Netherlands, The


IMAGINING TRANSNATIONAL VIRUS IN THE DIGITAL SPHERE – A CASE STUDY OF ZIKA VIRUS DURING 2016 RIO OLYMPIC GAMES

Young Rim Kim

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States of America


NUCLEAR FEAR AND LOATHING – COMMENTING NEWS ABOUT FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI DISASTER ON FACEBOOK

Anna Rantasila

University of Tampere, Finland


Digital Publics, Digital Contestation: Gender Debates and Antifeminism Online

Corinna Peil, Ricarda Drüeke

University of Salzburg, Austria

PaperSession-22: Micro-Celebrities
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
Chair: Katrin Tiidenberg
 

So Close, Yet So Far Away: The Paradox of Status and Distinction among Instagram Influencers

Gemma Newlands, Christoph Lutz

BI Norwegian Business School, Norway


PERFORMANCE OF AUTHENTICITY – CASE-STUDY OF MICROCELEBRITIES AND THEIR FOLLOWERS

Maria Murumaa-Mengel, Andra Siibak

University of Tartu, Estonia


TOWARDS A THEORY OF CROSS-MEDIA NETWORKED MICROCELEBRITY: OF BEDROOMS, BLOGSITES, BROADCASTS, AND BOARDROOMS

Crystal Abidin

National University of Singapore, Singapore

PaperSession-23: Privacy 2
Location: Dorpat - Peterson
Chair: Sarah Eskens
 

Towards a networked privacy paradigm: assumptions and implications

Ralf Patrick De Wolf1, Rob Heyman2

1: imec-mict, Ghent University, Belgium; 2: imec-smit, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium


Rescoping the Private Image

Luke Stark1, Roberto Hoyle2, Denise Anthony1

1: Dartmouth College, United States of America; 2: Oberlin College, United States of America

PaperSession-24: Sexual Identity
Location: Dorpat - Baer
Chair: Sharif James Mowlabocus
 

Thirst traps and #relatable Vines: Investigating a networked counterpublic of queer women

Stefanie Duguay

Queensland University of Technology, Australia


Networked Activist Publics in the Queer South

Helis Sikk

College of William and Mary; Smithsonian Inst, United States of America


Gay men's digital cultures beyond Gaydar and Grindr: Line use in the gay Chinese diaspora of Australia

Elija Cassidy1, Wilfred Wang2

1: QUT; 2: QUT


Control and reward in online dating practices – a study of users’ experiences of Tinder

Anton Rosén, Sofia Lundmark, Fatima Jonsson, Jesper Håkansson

Södertörn University, Sweden

Roundtable-05: Book Launch: Internet Research Ethics
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
 

Book Launch: Internet Research Ethics for the Social Age -- New Challenges, Cases, and Contexts

Michael Zimmer1, Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda2, Ylva Hård af Segerstad3, Soraj Hongladarom4, Lee Humphreys5, Jonathon Hutchinson6, Lisbeth Klastrup7, Carsten Ochs8, Nathaniel Poor9, Cornelius Puschmann10, Patrick Sweeney11, Rebekah Tromble12

1: University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA; 2: GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany; 3: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 4: Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; 5: Cornell University, USA; 6: University of Sydney, Australia; 7: IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 8: University of Kassel, Germany; 9: Underwood Institute, USA; 10: Hans-Bredow-Institute Hamburg, Germany; 11: The Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA; 12: Leiden University, Netherlands

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Dorpat - Main Lobby
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Panel-14: Digital Networks, Digital Pub(l)ics 2
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
 

DIGITAL NETWORKS, DIGITAL PUB(L)ICS (2): GENDER, SEX, EMBODIMENT

Mari Lehto1, Kaisu Hynnä2, Ben Light3, Matilda Tudor4, Elija Cassidy5

1: University of Turku, Finland; 2: University of Turku, Finland; 3: University of Salford, UK; 4: Södertörn University, Sweden; 5: Queensland University of Technology

Panel-15: Religious Networked Publics
Location: Dorpat - Ewers
 

RELIGIOUS NETWORKED PUBLICS: SEEKING AUTHENTICITY BY DIGITAL MEANS

Oren Golan1, Giulia Evolvi2, Michele Martini1, Sasha Scott3, Carmel Vaisman4

1: University of Haifa, Israel; 2: Ruhr-Universität Bochum; 3: Queen Mary University of London; 4: Tel Aviv University

PaperSession-25: Activist Publics 2
Location: Dorpat - Struve I
Chair: Libby Hemphill
 

Networks, Things and Objects: The Saving Power of Gadgets

Joss Hands

Newcastle University, United Kingdom


The mediatization of leadership: Grassroots digital facilitators as organic intellectuals

Mylynn Felt1, Maria Bakardjieva1, Delia Dumitrica2

1: University of Calgary, Canada; 2: Erasmus University, Netherlands


Data politics at the grassroots

Stefania Milan, Lonneke van der Velden

University of Amsterdam & University of Oslo, Netherlands, The


The interplay of different publics in Big Crisis Data

Karolin Eva Kappler

FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany

PaperSession-26: Disconnected Publics
Location: Dorpat - Krause
Chair: Nicholas John
 

ON AND OFF: DIGITAL PRACTICES OF CONNECTING AND DISCONNECTING ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE

Carla Susana Ganito, Ana Jorge

Catholic University of Portugal, Portugal


PRACTISING DISCONNECTION IN THE DIGITAL AGE

Ramona-Riin Dremljuga

Aarhus University, Denmark


EFFECTS OF ONLINE INTERRUPTIONS: RICH, POOR, FRAGMENTED & CONTINUOUS

Eilat Chen Levy2, Yaron Ariel1, Sheizaf Rafaeli2

1: College of Emek Yezreel; 2: University of Haifa

PaperSession-27-1: Visuals and Politics
Location: Dorpat - Peterson
Chair: Sander Schwartz
 

NETWORKED PARTICIPATION: SELFIE PROTEST AND EPHEMERAL PUBLIC SPHERES

Giovanni Boccia Artieri

University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy


The Saudi Government Reactions to YouTube based Programming: the Content Makers’ Perspective

Omar Daoudi

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

PaperSession-27: Cyberthreats and Harassment
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
Chair: Kate Miltner
 

“Meanwhile I’m over here butt naked on CNN”: A multiplatform discourse analysis of the Leslie Jones hack

Caitlin Lawson

University of Michigan, United States of America


Privacy as a right to be in public places without fear of digital harassment: A gendered tale from South Korea

Yenn Lee

SOAS University of London, United Kingdom


#IAmNotAfraidToSayIt: Stories of Sexual Violence as Everyday Political Speech on Facebook

Tetyana Lokot

Dublin City University, Ireland


History Repeats: Women & Games, Patterns & Links

Jennifer Jenson1, Suzanne de Castell2

1: York University, Canada; 2: Simon Fraser University, Canada

Roundtable-06: Future Directions for Critical Data Studies
Location: Dorpat - Baer
 

Future Directions for Critical Data Studies

Helen Kennedy1, Lina Dencik2, Tarleton Gillespie3, Jonathan Gray4, Stefania Milan5

1: University of Sheffeld, United Kingdom; 2: Cardiff University, United Kingdom; 3: Microsoft Research, Boston, USA; 4: University of Bath, United Kingdom; 5: University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Working Group-02: Specific Issues, Larger Questions
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
Chair: Charles Melvin Ess
 

Towards Internet Research Ethics (IRE) 3.0: (Ethics Working Group) – Specific Issues, Larger Questions

Charles Melvin Ess1, Mary Gray2, Elisabetta Locatelli3, Stine Gotved4, Ylva Hård af Segerstad6, Ane Kathrine Gammelby5, Carsten Wilhelm7, Ben Zevenbergen8

1: University of Oslo, Norway; 2: Harvard Center for Internet and Society, Microsoft Research; 3: Catholic University of the Sacred Heart; 4: IT-University, Copenhagen; 5: Aarhus University; 6: Gothenburg University; 7: University of Haute Alsace, France; 8: Oxford Internet Institute

4:00pm
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6:00pm
Keynote-02: Keynote Prof. Marju Lauristin
Location: University of Tartu

Will algorithms kill deliberative democracy?

Date: Saturday, 21/Oct/2017
8:00am
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3:30pm
Registration
Location: Dorpat - Registration Desk
9:00am
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10:30am
Panel-16: Racisms in Degital Media Space
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
 

Racisms in digital media space

Gavan Titley1, Kaarina Nikunen3, Mervi Pantti2, Sanjay Sharma5, Eugenia Siapera4, Paloma Viejo Otero4, Elena Moreo4, Ariadna Matamoros Fernandez6, Tim Highfield6, Felix Muench6

1: Maynooth University; 2: Helsinki University; 3: Tampere University; 4: Dublin City University; 5: Brunel University; 6: Queensland University of Technology

Panel-17: Data-Drivien Ontology Practice
Location: Dorpat - Ewers
 

Data-Driven Ontology Practice

Andrew Iliadis1, Tracey Lauriault2

1: Temple University, USA; 2: Carleton University, Canada

PaperSession-28: News and Journalism
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
Chair: Axel Bruns
 

HOW TO UNDERSTAND TRUST IN NEWS MEDIA – A THEORETICAL MODEL

Petter Bae Brandtzaeg1, Marika Lüders2, Asbjørn Følstad1

1: SINTEF, Norway; 2: University of Oslo, Norway


Beyond the digital swarm? Byung-Chul Han's critical media pessismism.

Wolfgang Suetzl

Ohio University, United States of America


From Port Arthur to the Lindt cafe siege: The role of digital publics in challenging Australian print media agenda setting practices

Catherine Jane Son

University of South Australia, Australia


FRAMING WIKILEAKS IN THE NETWORKED FOURTH ESTATE

Catherine Ann Maggs

University of Sydney, Australia

PaperSession-29: Business and Commerce
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
Chair: Christoph Lutz
 

Institutional Promotion in Esports: Ethical and Political Contours

Veli-Matti Karhulahti1, Florence Chee2

1: University of Turku, Finland; 2: Lloyola University Chicago


Digital publics and digital labour

Alessandro Gandini

King's College, London, United Kingdom


Gendered Discourses of Video Game Peripheral Advertising and the Imagined Consumer Base

Sam Srauy

Oakland University, United States of America


The Uber Game: Exploring Algorithmic Management and Resistance

James Allen-Robertson

University of Essex, United Kingdom

PaperSession-30: Gaming
Location: Dorpat - Krause
Chair: Mia Lynn Consalvo
 

THOSE LED-LIT WATER-KOOLED MULTI-SCREEN STREAMLINE BATTLESTATIONS

Martin R. Gibbs1, Marcus Carter2, Bjorn Nansen1

1: The University of Melbourne, Australia; 2: The University of Sydney, Australia


Playing with the pixelated past: Need satisfaction and entertainment experiences in gaming memories

Nick Bowman1, Tim Wulf2, John Velez3, Johannes Breuer2

1: West Virginia University, United States of America; 2: University of Cologne, Germany; 3: Texas Tech University, United States of America


Exploring the Digital Hinterland: Internet Practices surrounding the Pursuit of "Offline" Hobbies

Melissa Jane Rogerson, Martin Gibbs, Wally Smith

The University of Melbourne, Australia


Game Analytics and Participatory Efficacy

Aleena Chia

Indiana University, United Kingdom

PaperSession-32: Political Engagement
Location: Dorpat - Baer
Chair: Gitte Stald
 

Formative events, networked spaces, and the political socialization of youth

Neta Kligler-Vilenchik1, Ioana Literat2

1: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; 2: Teachers College Columbia University


MALAYSIAN-CHINESE YOUTH, DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP AND NEGOTIATIONS OF DIGITAL SURVEILLANCE IN THE 2016 #BERSIH5 PROTEST.

Amelia Faith Johns

Deakin University, Australia


Performing Internet Governance: The Case Study of Youth Participation in The Internet Governance Forum

Efrat Daskal1, Anna Orlova2

1: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; 2: Sao Paulo State University, Brazil


Digital vigilantism as a form of political engagement? A comparative approach

Benjamin Loveluck

Telecom ParisTech, France

Roundtable-08: NSFW - Not Safe For Work
Location: Dorpat - Peterson
 

NSFW - Not Safe For Work

Kylie Jarrett5, Ben Light1, Susanna Paasonen3, Nathan Rambukkana4, Jenny Sunden2

1: University of Salford, United Kingdom; 2: Södertörn University, Sweden.; 3: University of Turku, Finland.; 4: Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada.; 5: National University of Ireland - Maynooth, Ireland.

 
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Dorpat - Main Corridor
11:00am
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12:30pm
Plenary Panel
Location: Dorpat - Struve I & II
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Dorpat - Main Lobby
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Fishbowl-04: A Tumblr and Young People Fishbowl
Location: Dorpat - Krause
 

A Tumblr and young people fishbowl

Natalie Ann Hendry1, Paul Byron2, Crystal Abidin3,4, Brady Robards5

1: School of Education, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia; 2: Department of Sociology, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia; 3: Postdoctoral Fellow, Sociology, National University of Singapore, Singapore; 4: Affiliate Researcher, Media Management and Transformation Centre, Jönköping University; 5: School of Social Sciences, Monash University, Clayton, Australia

Panel-18: Computational Propaganda and Social Media
Location: Dorpat - Struve I
 

COMPUTATIONAL PROPAGANDA AND SOCIAL MEDIA: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES

Jeff Hemsley2, Gillian Bolsolover1, Samantha Bradshaw1, Mark Owen Jones3, Alex Hogan4, Saiph Savage4

1: Oxford University; 2: Syracuse University; 3: University of Exeter; 4: ETIC Lab

Panel-19: Making Sense of Life in 2017
Location: Dorpat - Struve II
 

MAKING SENSE OF LIFE IN 2017 - METAPHORS OF THE INTERNET

Annette N Markham1, Jessa Lingel2, Kristian Møller3, Kevin Driscoll5, Katie Warfield4

1: Aarhus University; 2: Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania; 3: University of Southern Denmark; 4: Kwantlen Polytechnic University; 5: University of Virginia

PaperSession-33: Internet of Things
Location: Dorpat - Pirogov
Chair: Leonie Maria Tanczer
 

Smart Government: Updating eGovernment with the IoT

Christian Djeffal

Alexander-von-Humboldt Institute for Internet and Soceity, Germany


Transparency as Rupture: Open Data and the Datafied Society of Hong Kong

Rolien Hoyng

Lingnan University, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)


Psychometric publics: demographic fantasies, unnatural kinds, and information justice.

Patrick James Sweeney

Graduate Center, City University of New York, United States of America

PaperSession-34: Politics 2
Location: Dorpat - Parrot
Chair: Luke Heemsbergen
 

Accidental Online Political Engagement: The Role of Social Media Escapism in Online Political Participation

Christian Pieter Hoffmann1, Christoph Lutz2, Severina Müller3, Miriam Meckel3

1: University of Leipzig, Germany; 2: BI Norwegian Business School, Norway; 3: University of St. Gallen, Switzerland


The Rise of Rogue Twitter, Or, The Social Media Manager as Interpreter of Representative Government

Amy Johnson

MIT, United States of America


Insiders and outsiders: a comparative study of the political debates on the Facebook pages of party leaders during two Danish election campaigns

Sander Schwartz, Luca Rossi

IT University, Denmark


Jamming the political with “intergalactic peace” – constitution of an anti-racist online social movement

Salla-Maaria Laaksonen1, Merja Porttikivi2

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: Aalto University, Finland

PaperSession-35: Learning and Knowledge 2
Location: Dorpat - Ewers
Chair: Alison Harvey
 

MOVING FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE: CREATING EMPIRICAL, DIGITAL GAME-BASED RESEARCH WITH K-12 TEACHERS

Jennifer Jenson, Cristyne Hebert

York University, Canada


TEACHERS ‘LIKING’ THEIR WORK? EXPLORING THE DIGITAL LABOR OF NETWORKED PROFESSIONAL PUBLICS

Annika B Rensfeldt1, Thomas Hillman1, Neil Selwyn1,2

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: Monash University, Australia

PaperSession-36: Credibility
Location: Dorpat - Baer
Chair: Anna Rantasila
 

Satire Trolling Tactics on Tumblr.com

Ashley Dainas, Pnina Fichman

Indiana University, United States of America


How journalists verify online sources during terrorist crises. Analyzing Twitter communication during the Brussels attacks

Adrian Rauchfleisch1, Xenia Artho1, Metag Julia2, Post Senja1, Schäfer M.S.1

1: University of Zurich, Switzerland; 2: University of Fribourg


DEFYING CENSORSHIP: IRANIAN JOURNALISTS’ USE OF NEW MEDIA AS AN ALTERNATIVE CHANNEL

Banafsheh Ranji

University of Oslo, Norway


CONTEXT COLLAPSE IN NEWS

Petter Bae Brandtzaeg1, María Ángeles Chaparro Domínguez2, Asbjørn Følstad1

1: SINTEF, Norway; 2: Universidad Internacional de La Rioja, Madrid, Spain

Roundtable-09: Internet Policy in the Age of Trump
Location: Dorpat - Peterson
 

INTERNET POLICY IN THE AGE OF TRUMP—AND HOW TO STOP IT

Victor Pickard1, James Losey2, Sascha D. Meinrath3, Alison Powell4

1: University of Pennsylvania, United States of America; 2: Stockholm University; 3: Penn State University & X-Lab; 4: London School of Economics and Political Science

4:00pm
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5:30pm
AGM: Membership General Meeting
Location: Dorpat - Struve I & II
7:00pm
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10:00pm
Reception-03: AoIR Conference Dinner
Location: Estonian National Museum

 
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