lunes, octubre 03, 2005

Conferencia Internacional de la AoIR en Chicago

Este miércoles, 5 de octubre de 2005, comienza en Chicago la Sexta Conferencia Internacional e Interdisciplinar de la Asociación de Investigadores de Internet (Association of Internet Researchers, AoIR).

Tres académicos de talla internacional impartirán lecciones magistrales:

  • Ang Peng Hwa, profesor de Media Management and Law en la Nanyang Technological University de Singapur. The UN and Internet Governance: Fears, Hopes and Possibilities.
  • Saskia Sassen, Ralph Lewis Professor de Sociología en la Universidad de Chicago. Digital formations: The intersection of technical and social logics in electronic space.
  • Sonia Livingstone, profesora del Department of Media and Communications de la London School of Economics. Youthful experts? A critical appraisal of children and young people’s emerging internet literacy.


Reproducimos los paneles de interés para los estudiosos de la comunicación política:


2.3.4 Political Parties and Campaigns Online

Day 2: Friday, October 7, 2005
Session 3: 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Room 4: Lincolnshire I
Chair: Danielle Wiese

Normalization.ca: The State of Online Party Competition in Canada

Tamara Small
Dept. of Political Studies
Queen’s U.

Understanding the Function of the Web within the Context of Howard Dean's Political Campaign

Gretchen Haas
Dept. of Rhetoric

U. of Minnesota

Computer-Mediated Informal Publics: Redefining Chinese Net Forums of Political Discussion

Mei Wu
U. of Macau

The Internet and Election Campaigns: An International Comparative Analysis

Nicholas Jankowski
Radboud U.

Randolph
Kluver
Nanyang Technological U.

2.4.4 Online Political Discussion: Blogs & Chat

Day 2: Friday, October 7, 2005
Session 4: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Room 4: Lincolnshire I
Chair: Saher Selod

Cross-Ideological Discussions among Political Bloggers

Eszter Hargittai
Communication Studies
Institute for Policy Research
Northwestern U.

Jason Gallo
Sean Zehnder
Media Technology and Society Program
Northwestern U.

Blogging for Election – The Use and Penetration of Webbased Communication in the Danish Parliament Election 2005

Lisbeth Klastrup
Dept. of Digital Aesthethics & Communication

IT U. of Copenhagen

Pia Svejgaard Pedersen
Design Communication & Media Studies, IT U. of Copenhagen

The Best and Worst of Political Chat Online

Jennifer Stromer-Galley
John LeBret
Dept. of Communication
U. at Albany SUNY

Drawing Water: An Ecology of the Political Blog

Peter Welsch
Indiana U.

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