Tuesday, July 17, 2012

DCC Preliminary Program 27

Saturday 27 October
DCC 8a, 8.30 - 10.00, Room A416
Sustainability and social innovation
Chair: Caja Thimm (University of Bonn)

Anne Mette Thorhauge, Stine Lomborg (University of Copenhagen)
‘Going green’: Communicating sustainability in everyday life
Niamh Ní Bhroin (University of Oslo)
Understanding Motives in Social Innovation: Users of Sámi and Irish in Web 2.0 Media
Sisse Siggaard, Mette Wichmand, Anne Holmfred (Roskilde University)
Motivation, Participation and Engagement – a Critical Discussion of the Concept of Participatory Culture in
Social Media
Maarit Mäkinen (University of Tampere)
Sustainable Innovations in Communities and their Peer-to-peer Networks
Rita Järventie-Thesleff, Johanna Moisander (Aalto University), Axel Thesleff (University of Helsinki)
Looking for co-success online: practices of collaboration in online music communities

Saturday 27 October
DCC 8b, 8.30 - 10.00, Room B426
Privacy and intimacy limits and extensions
Chair: Aristea Fotopoulou (Sussex University)

Mikko Hautakangas, Elina Noppari (University of Tampere)
Managing The Personal as a Resource:Lifestyle Blogs on the Boundaries of Private and Professional
Alexander Sängerlaub (Free University of Berlin), Kirsten Gollatz (Humboldt University)
Facebook at the tipping point - Is there a need for a new valorisation of privacy?
Carolina Martinez (Lund University)
Interopticon - Where the Many Watch the Many
Michel Walrave, Ini Vanwesenbeeck,
Wannes Heirman (University of Antwerp)
Connecting and protecting? Comparing Predictors of Adolescents’ and Adults’
Self-disclosure and Privacy Settings Use in Social Network Sites
Sander De Ridder, Sofie Van Bauwel (Ghent University)
(Re)Producing Sexual Subjects. Youthful complexities in producing intimacy,
sexuality and desire in social network sites

Saturday 27 October
DCC 9a, 10.30 - 12.00, Room A416
Journalism forms and challenges
Chair: Katerina Serafeim (Technological
Educational Institute of Western Macedonia)

Heidi Hirsto, Yrjö Tuunanen (Aalto University)
(Re-)signifying economy in multisemiotic media
Paola Peretti, Tiziana Cavallo (IULM University, Milan)
Social media news release and bloggers relations: key characteristics, potential
and effectiveness as a digital PR tool
Hanne Detel (Tübingen University)
The new visibility in the digital age: a study on changing patterns of scandals
Axel Maireder (University of Vienna), Julian Ausserhofer (Joanneum University of Applied Sciences)
Sharing, to make a difference: Practices of sharing news on Twitter and Facebook
Veronika Karnowski, Till Keyling (Ludwig Maximilians University Munich)
News diffusion via social media platforms: challenging classical DOI theory?

Saturday 27 October
DCC 9b, 10.30 - 12.00, Room B426
Crisis and conflicts in media use
Chair: Jakob Svensson (Karlstad University)

Nayla Fawzi, Bernhard Goodwin (Ludwig Maximilian University Munich)
Reciprocal effects of cyberbullying – How do victims experience and perceive cyberbullying?
Mariek Vandenabeele, Rozane De Cock (Catholic University of Leuven)
Cyberbullying by Mobile Phone among Adolescents: the Role of Gender and Peer Group Status
Olessia Koltsova, Kirill Maslinsky, Sergei Koltcov (St.Petersburg University)
“Anti-elections” protests, Islam etc.: dominant topics and discussion communities in the Russian-language
Michel Walrave, Ini Vanwesenbeeck,
Wannes Heirman (University of Gothenburg)
Views of new problems and opportunities in crisis communication
Efe Ozan Karasoy (Marmara University), Elif Ozkaya (Michigan State University)
Uses of Twitter in the 2011 Van earthquake, Turkey

Saturday 27 October
DCC 10a, 15.00 - 16.30, Room A416
Contemporary Analyses of Internetbased
communication spaces and digital (sub-)cultures

Chair: Natalie Fenton (Goldsmiths, University of London)

Christian Stegbauer (Goethe University Frankfurt)
Emergence and Importance of Structure in Internet-based Social Spaces
Dagmar Hoffmann (University of Siegen), Cecil Karges
"Digital Creative Cultures – Case studies of different types of users from popular
Social Commerce and the Bookmarking Service Pinterest
Sabina Misosch (University of Mannheim)
Are inequalities going online? Communication and self-presentation of
borderline patients on the internet
Wolfgang Reissmann (University of Siegen)
Celebrity (youth) culture and new forms of societal inequality
Alexander Mehler (Goethe University Frankfurt)
New Measurements of online collaboration structures in Wikis
Respondent: Jeffrey Wimmer (Technical University Ilmenau)

Saturday 27 October
DCC 10b, 15.00 - 16.30, Room B426
Consumption and market transformations
Chair: Niamh Ní Bhroin (University of Oslo)

Rosa Franquet, Xavi Ribes, Maria Isabel Villa (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
Cross-Media Content in Expansion: The Case of RTVE.
Deqiang Ji (Communication University of China)
Technological Transition and the Reconfiguration of Power: the Case Study of Digitizing China’s Cable TV System
Gitte Stald (IT University of Copenhagen)
Evolution or revolution? Diffusion and adaptation of mobile communication among young Danes
Sofia Johansson, Patrik Åker (Södertörn University), Grigory Goldenzwaig (University of Moscow)
Elderly online: the Russian PerspectiveMusic use in the online media age: Preliminary insights from
qualitative study of music cultures among young people in Moscow and Stockholm
Inês Botelho, Manuel José Damásio, Sara Henriques (Lusofona University)
Mobile internet: perspectives from the stakeholders