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Tuesday, April 14 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Student Research-in-Progress Presentations

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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.

Kim Baker, University of Alabama, Fei Qiao, University of Alabama & Shuhua Zhou, University of Alabama; Assessing the Effects of Point-of-View and Valence on Arousal and Recall for PSAs of Animal Abuse

Paige Snook, University of Nebraska @ Omaha & Sherice Gearhart, University of Nebraska @ Omaha; Can Social Media Ruin your Future?: Predicting Parental Concern for Teen's Online Activity

Jaznee Wilson, Syracuse University, Stacy Marris, Syracuse University, Dominique Forbes, Syracuse University, Zachary Clark, Syracuse University & Katharina Stroth, Syracuse University; Fashion Cents: Wear It and Share It

Autumn Holladay, SUNY - New Paltz; Objects: How We Interpret Female Eroticism in 'Blue is the Warmest Color


Yiyi Yang, University of Alabama & Yuan Wang, University of Alabama; Online Discussion about 2014 World Cup in China: A Content Analysis

Leah Cooperman, Syracuse University, Kaiti Cullerton, Syracuse University, Danicia Vargas, Syracuse University & Kara Stutesman, Syracuse University; The College Educated Female and Preferences for Content Delivery Systems and Packages: Looking Toward the Future

Alexander Wallick, Syracuse University, Michael Castellano, Syracuse University, Sharika Ajaikumar, Syracuse University & David Jones, Syracuse University; The Future of Television News: Chasing the Younger Demographics

Bethany Nicholson, Harding University & Jim Miller, Harding University; Reality TV?: How Crime Portrayed on “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” Compares to FBI data

Tuesday April 14, 2015 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Exhibit Hall - Pavilions 4-8

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