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Tuesday, April 17 • 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Student Research-in-Progress Poster Session

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Moderator: Naeemah Clark, Ph.D.; Elon University

Best in Competition:
Elmie Nekmat, University of Alabama; Brandi Watkins, University of Alabama; Shuhua Zhou, University of Alabama; “I’m not commenting on the news you posted on my Facebook wall”: Examining the reasons for individuals’ reluctance to post comments in social media

Angela Maria Rojas-Martinez, Universidad de Los Andes; Liliana P. Acevedo Callejas, Graduate Student/ Ohio University-Main Campus; Elizabeth Pike, Ohio University; Critical Dialogue on Gender Representations in the Media: Media Producers as Agents of Change

Julia Bernstein, San Francisco State University; Cyberbullying: Exploring the correlation between high-profile cases and deterrent measures

Harsh Taneja, Northwestern University; Vijay Vishwanathan, Northwestern University; Explaining Consumption Of Television Programs : An Integrated Model Using Structural and Individual Determinants

Ting Yang, Konkuk University; Sangho Seo, Konkuk University; MMORPG and Socialization: Chinese Students’ Socialization in Korea

Paige Lillian Kirby, University of South Carolina, Alexandra Virden, University of South Carolina; Para-social Interaction, Desensitization, and Social Media Interaction in Tosh.O

Lakshmi N. Tirumala, Texas Tech University, Olan Farnall, Texas Tech University; The impact of subtitles and screen size on product placement in movies

Anthony Palomba, Syracuse University; Erika Wurts, Syracuse University; Transmedia Storytelling: Viewers' Reactions to Extending the Narratives of ABC's

Sherice Gearhart, Texas Tech University; Vox Pop in Television News: Replacing Man-on-the-Street Interviews with Facebook and Twitter Comments

Bin Shen, The University of Alabama; Why share company messages on Facebook? An integration of Social Cognitive Theory and Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation



Tuesday April 17, 2012 2:45pm - 4:00pm
BEA Exhibit Hall

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