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Monday, April 13 • 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Scholar-to-Scholar Research Presentations (Part III)

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BEA introduces the next generation of research presentations with this non-poster poster session.  Special thanks to LG for providing BEA with the opportunity to take research presentations to the next level.

Multicultural Studies Paper Presentations
Phylis Johnson, Southern Illinois University @ Carbondale & Jonathan Pluskota, University of Southern Mississippi-Hattiesburg; Celebrity, Hip Hop and The Black Radio Legacy in the Digital Era Hearing Ferguson in Revolutionary Times 

Chetachi Egwu, Nova Southeastern University; A Comparative Analysis of Messages Received on Tinder by Hispanic/Latino Women and Caucasian Women             

Research Division Paper Presentations
Jason Holley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; The Development of Coding Instrumentation for Identifying Frames in Media Portrayals of Climate Change

Michael Friedman, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; Visual War: An Examination of the Persuasive Power of Encouraging Versus Discouraging Photographs

Nicole Clarke, Syracuse University, Valerie Mesa-Vega, Syracuse University, Crystal Williams, Syracuse University & Guanxiong Qin, Syracuse University; Advergaming: Can It Increase Television Viewership?

Sankerdas Latthanhot, Ohio University; Remembering Gains or Losses: A Quasi Experimental Study on Message Framing Effects on Anti-Smoking Advertisement Recall Among College Students

Bernard R. McCoy, University of Nebraska @ Lincoln; 2014 Journalism Graduate Skills for the Professional Workplace: Expectations from Journalism Professionals and Educators

Bridget Rubenking, University of Central Florida; Social and Content-Relevant Second Screens: Successful for Sports Enjoyment?

Yonghwang Kim, University of Alabama; Implications of Counter-Attitudinal Media Exposure: Influence of Cross-Cutting Exposure on Political Knowledge, Polarization, and Participation



Monday April 13, 2015 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Exhibit Hall - Pavilions 4-8

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