Programme

The abstracts of the following lectures can be found here.

Monday, 16/08

9.30-10.30
Introductory seminar

10.30-11.30
Lecture: Nico Carpentier - Deploying Discourse Theory in Media Studies

11.30-14.30
Poster workshop with cold lunch and coffee at the convenience

14.00-15.00
Lecture: Richard Kilborn - Archaeology or Alchemy? The Use of Archive Material in Contemporary Documentary

15.00-17.30
Poster workshop continues.

19.00
Welcome dinner

 

Tuesday, 17/08

9.30-10.30
Lecture: Hannu Nieminen - The public sphere and social networks: transnational tensions

10.30-11.30

SWS 1 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Jowan Mahmod - Performing Strategic Identities and Citizenship: Kurdish Diaspora and Transnationality Online Lina Auskalniene - New Media and the Political Processes: Changing Models of Political Communication Serhan Mersin - Minority Films as a Reconstruction of History and Collective Memory
Student oponent Miriam Stehling Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic Albert Elduque i Busquets
Lecturer oponent Anastasia Kavada Michael Bruun Andersen Heiner Stahl

11.30-12.00
Coffee

12.00-13.00

SWS 2 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Gamze Goker - The Influence of the Internet on New Social Movements: the Case of Turkey Fergal Quinn - Models of media encouragement in the developing world: How Cambodia offers an example and a warning Evrim Yörük - Media and Time: A Critical Analysis
Student oponent Sigrid Kannengiesser Virpi Salojärvi Irina Khaldarova
Lecturer oponent Anastasia Kavada Michael Bruun Andersen Heiner Stahl

13.00-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.00
Lecture: Anastasia Kavada - Developing research on web 2.0 platforms

15.00-15.30
Break

14.30-16.30
Workshop (split into two groups over two days)
François Heinderyckx - Oral presentation skills workshop
Kees Brants - Potentials and Pitfalls of Comparative Research

 

Wednesday, 18/08

9.30-10.30

SWS 3 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Leonardo Custódio - Why Participating? The impacts of media on collective actions Torgeir Uberg Nærland - The role of music in the cultural public sphere: An analysis of music’s impact on the formation of political opinion Albert Elduque i Busquets - Wild figures and gazes in modern cinema
Student oponent paula paes Sarah Broughton Micova Serhan Mersin
Lecturer oponent Andreas Hepp Tanja Oblak Črnič Irena Reifova

10.30-11.30

SWS 4 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Jindra Ticha - Imagining the Social Change: The Discourse about New Media in the Czech Republic after 1989 Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic - The role of Internet in political communication: case study of the European Parliament elections 2009 Bilge Narin - VISUALITY AND NEW MEDIA: THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE “SEEN” AND “SEER” AND THE STABILITY OF VISUAL CONTENT
Student oponent Marco Anderle Panu Uotila Morana Fuduric
Lecturer oponent Andreas Hepp Tanja Oblak Črnič Irena Reifova

11.30-12.00
Coffee

12.00-13.00

SWS 5 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter R. Ates Gursimsek - Co-Creating ‘Second Life’: An Analysis of Collaborative Co-Design Processes in Community-Authored Virtual Worlds Virpi Salojärvi - Freedom of expression in Venezuela Ehsan Bakhshandeh - Iranian Occidentalism; Images of the West in Iran's mainstream newspapers
Student oponent Gamze Goker Julia Pohle Bilge Narin
Lecturer oponent Andreas Hepp Anastasia Kavada Irena Reifova

13.00-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.00
Lecture: Andreas Hepp - Mediatized worlds and media research: Non-mediacentric media studies as a challenge

15.00-15.30
Break

14.30-16.30
Workshop (split into two groups over two days)
François Heinderyckx - Oral presentation skills workshop
Kees Brants - Potentials and Pitfalls of Comparative Research

18.00
Denis McQuail - The future of communication studies and Hanno Hardt - The future of communication studies.

 

Thursday, 19/08

9.30-10.30

SWS 6 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Tim Riley - Social Media: Three Generations of Sharing, Creativity and Collaboration Sarah El-Richani - Beyond Hallin/Mancini: Comparative Readings of the Lebanese Media System Anja Hawlitschek - How much learning do we need? Digital Game-based Learning in School
Student oponent R. Ates Gursimsek Oguzhan Tas Evrim Yörük
Lecturer oponent François Heinderyckx Denis McQuail Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt

10.30-11.30

SWS 7 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Marco Anderle - Exploring the potential of local e-participation in Italy [provisional title] Sarah Broughton Micova - Resistance is Useless? Consequences of the implementation of European media policy for small states in South East Europe Julia Gantenberg - The strategically challenge of an effective knowledge transfer in external science communication
Student oponent Leonardo Custódio Sarah El-Richani Céline BATTAÏA
Lecturer oponent François Heinderyckx Denis McQuail Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt

11.30-12.00
Coffee

12.00-13.00

SWS 8 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Krista Lepik - Cultural participation in Estonian memory institutions Maximillian Hanska-Ahy - Political legitimacy and Satellite Television in Iran: A study of ethical judgments in the Persian language news production of BBC and VoA Joke Beyl - The construction of artisthood in the online encounter of blogging writers and their readers
Student oponent Jindra Ticha Torgeir Uberg Nærland Anja Hawlitschek
Lecturer oponent François Heinderyckx Kees Brants Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt

13.00-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.00

SWS 9 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Jan Oehlmann - EUrope in popular culture: An interdisciplinary analysis of the political imaginary in fictional movies Johanna Moeller - Transcultural Public Actors – A case study of Polish-German political communication Ranjana Das - Interpretation: From audiences to users
Student oponent Silvia Tarassi Eirik Stavelin Juliette De Maeyer
Lecturer oponent François Heinderyckx Kees Brants Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt

15.00-15.30
Break

15.30-16.30
Lecture: Heiner Stahl - Getting the Sound of Radio out of the Archive. European Broadcasting History in a Transnational Perspective

16.30-17.30
Lecture: Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt - Action research – how to study participatory interaction and change it at the same time

19.00
Consortium meeting

 

Friday, 20/08


9.30-13.00
Visits to NGO and media institutions in Ljubljana.

13.00-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.00
Michael Bruun Andersen - The Representation of Representation: Concepts of Representation and the Representational System of Television News

15.00-15.30
Break

15.30-17.30
Workshop: Irena Reifova - Communist popular culture – ideological analysis of television serial fiction

 

Saturday, 21/08

9.30.00-11.30
Workshop: Abstract writing by Nico Carpentier

11.30-12.00
Coffee

12.00-13.00
WS continues

13.00-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.30
Manuel Parés i Maicas - Citizenship and Political Communication and Bertrand Cabedoche - Evolutiuons of UNESCO's Debates on Communication since the MacBride Report
Globalization, communication and citizenship

 

Sunday, 22/08

free time

16.00 Visit to museum and lecture on Slovene identity and culture

 

Monday, 23/08

9.30-11.30
Lecture: Ebba Sundin - Action research in journalism

11.30-12.00
Coffee

12.00-13.00
Lecture: Tobias Olsson - What's so 'social' about social media? Critical reflections on the emerging media ecology of participation

13.00-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.00
Lecture: Bart Cammaerts - Having a Laugh? Activism, Mediation and Protest Tactics

15.00-15.30
Break

15.30-17.30
Workshop: Annette Hill - Made to Measure: interdisciplinary approaches to the study of media audiences
Made to Measure

 

Tuesday, 24/08

9.30-10.30

SWS 10 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Lucie Kocourkova - Dance and its Development as a Theme in the Czech Media with Emphasis on the First Half of the 20th Century Hong Vu - “Managing Vietnamese Newsrooms – The Role of Internal Communication” Bernhard G. Schorr - Analysis of communications in multinational enterprises by means of electronic communication media using the blog as an example
Student oponent Krista Lepik Fergal Quinn Julia Gantenberg
Lecturer oponent Beybin Kejanlioglu Andrej Škerlep Fausto Colombo

10.30-11.30

SWS 11 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter paula paes - The logics of publicizing the immigration subject Eirik Stavelin - Models in computational journalism Irina Khaldarova - Blog the influence? Blogging community in Finland.
Student oponent Shohreh Bolouri Lina Auskalniene Joke Beyl
Lecturer oponent Beybin Kejanlioglu Andrej Škerlep Fausto Colombo

11.30-12.00
Coffee

12.00-13.00

SWS 12 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter María Isabel Villa - Television production crossing media boundaries. The case of Televisió de Catalunya, the public television broadcaster of Catalonia Julia Pohle - The intellectual and diplomatic role of UNESCO in international communication politics at the beginning of the digital age Juliette De Maeyer - Online news: from linearity to networked contents. A study of hyperlink structures, starting from the websites of the francophone daily press.
Student oponent Jowan Mahmod Maximillian Hanska-Ahy Ehsan Bakhshandeh
Lecturer oponent Breda Luthar Bertrand Cabedoche Risto Kunelius

13.00-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.00

SWS 13 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Sigrid Kannengiesser - Media – Globalization – Gender. Association for Progressive Communications as a transcultural Network Oguzhan Tas - A Critical Analysis of Journalism Ethics in Turkey (1990-2008) Linda Elen Olsen - Trust in Social Network Services: An empirical study of LinkedIn and Facebook
Student oponent Jan Oehlmann Johanna Moeller Tim Blumer
Lecturer oponent Breda Luthar Bertrand Cabedoche Risto Kunelius

15.00-15.30
Break

15.30-17.30
Workshop (split in two groups over two days)
Fausto Colombo - How to teach using blogging
Beybin Kejanlioglu - Theory Matters

 

Wednesday,25/08

9.30-10.30

SWS 14 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Shohreh Bolouri - Constructing the Iranian nuclear program: Media contents, DTA, CDA, and Appraisal theory Gennady Salmiyanov - PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATIONS OF MARI JOURNALISTS Morana Fuduric - Evaluating the influence of social media on brand equity
Student oponent Viktorija Rusinaite Jo Bogaerts Bernhard G. Schorr
Lecturer oponent Beybin Kejanlioglu Maria Heller Andrej Škerlep

10.30-11.30

SWS 15 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Viktorija Rusinaite - Personal and Professional Data as a Source of Power in the Digital Capitalism Jo Bogaerts - The embodiment of journalistic values in the Flemish press Tim Blumer - VANITY FAIR AND SAFE HAVEN? Narcissism, Shyness, and the Use of Social Networking Web Sites
Student oponent Tim Riley Gennady Salmiyanov Margot Buchanan
Lecturer oponent Beybin Kejanlioglu Maria Heller Andrej Škerlep

11.30-12.00
Coffee

12.00-13.00

SWS 16 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Silvia Tarassi - POPULAR MUSIC AND URBAN LANDSCAPE. Live music and music policies in Milan. Igor Vobic - Practices of Online Journalists: Transformations of Newswork in Print Media Céline BATTAÏA - New information practices: the case of health forums
Student oponent Lucie Kocourkova Hong Vu Ranjana Das
Lecturer oponent Breda Luthar Risto Kunelius Maria Heller

13.00-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.00

SWS 17 1. Yellow 2. Blue 3. Green
Presenter Miriam Stehling - The Transculturality of the Enterprising Self in Global Reality Television Formats. A reception study of the Top Model-format in different cultures. (working title) Panu Uotila - Changing news formats in online newspapers and in the print media Margot Buchanan - Mapping the public/private boundary on Facebook
Student oponent María Isabel Villa Igor Vobic Linda Elen Olsen
Lecturer oponent Breda Luthar Risto Kunelius Maria Heller

15.00-15.30
Break

15.30-17.30
Workshop (split in two groups over two days)
Fausto Colombo - How to Teach Using Blogging
Beybin Kejanlioglu - Theory Matters

19.00
Consortium meeting

 

Thursday, 26/08

9.30-10.30
Lecture: Risto Kunelius - Theories of power and studying the media

10.30-11.30
Lecture: Maria Heller - The structure of the public sphere at the time of new ICTs

11.30-12.00
Coffee

12.00-13.00
Workshop: E-learning workshop
Ilija T. Tomanic - E-learning workshop

13.00-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.30
Workshop: Joint workshop

15.30-16.00
Break

16.00-17.30
Workshop: Evaluation workshop

19.00
Farwell dinner

 

Friday, 27/08

Departure