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Monday, April 16 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Joint Scholar-to-Scholar and Faculty Research in Progress Poster Session

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Papers accepted to the Faculty Research-in-Progress Competition:
A Review of Telecommunications Education: A Content Analysis on Telecommunications Courses in U.S. Communications Programs
Sangho Seo, Konkuk University

Touchdown! A Pilot Study of Fantasy Football and Enjoyment
Lauren R. Smith, Auburn University; Skye Cooley, Mississippi State University

Unintended Inoculation in Broadcast News: Could a Point/Counterpoint Pattern Inoculate Against Future Attitudinal Change?
Josh Compton, Dartmouth College

Papers Accepted to the Scholar-to-Scholar Poster Session:
Papers sponsored by the Documentary Division
Documentaries as Ethnographic Research and Social Activism
Theresa White, California State University @ Northridge

Papers sponsored by the Gender Issues Division
Barbara Hammer: The Aesthetics of Body Politics
Gregory Bray, SUNY - New Paltz

Female Friendly Classrooms?
Audra Myerchin, Minot State University

The Ironic Man in Film
Warren Koch, Azusa Pacific University

Papers sponsored by the International Division
Social Media: Was it the Tipping Point to Egypt's Revolution?
Mona Taha, Arizona State University

Papers sponsored by the Interactive Multimedia & Emerging Technologies Division
Functional Similarities and Disparities of the Internet and Television regarding Consumption of the Same Genres of Video Content
Jiyoung Cha, University of North Texas

Usability and Accessibility: An Analysis of Alabama˙s County Websites
Ed Youngblood, Auburn University & Susan Youngblood, Auburn University

Who Doesn’t Love a Good Deal? An Examination of Value Promotion on Twitter by Las Vegas Casinos
Jessalynn Strauss, Xavier University & Jamie Mulichak, Xavier University

Papers sponsored by the Law and Policy Division
Reality-Based Television vs. The Civil Right to Privacy: A Battle of Access
Charlie Gee, Duquesne University

Regulating Television Violence: A Compelling Issue; A Difficult Task
Richard Vogel, William Penn University

Papers sponsored by the Management, Marketing and Programming Division
Exploring the Effects of Online Product Reviews on Review Credibility and Product Evaluation
Szu-Wei Chen, University of Missouri-Columbia

Duet of Brand Identity Management and Social Networking Self-presentation: A Textual Analysis of Fan-uploaded Photos on Starbucks’ Facebook Page
Quan Xie, Ohio University

Paper sponsored by the Production Aesthetics & Criticism Division
Dissonance & Dissidence in Sonic Youth's Daydream Nation
Elizabeth Reid, San Francisco State University

Papers sponsored by the Research Division
Pay Attention! Mediated Message Processing in Individuals with AD/HD
Mary Katherine Alsip, University of Alabama      

You can be a Biggest Loser too! A content analysis of messages communicated to viewers about health and weight loss during Season 10 of The Biggest Loser
Kim Bissell, University of Alabama
Mary Katherine Alsip, University of Alabama

Monday April 16, 2012 1:15pm - 2:30pm PDT
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