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Saturday, July 30 • 16:00 - 17:30
Exploring media effects: Do traditional media theories apply to new media? LIMITED

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  • Burak Dogu (Izmir University of Economics, Turkey), Onur Mat (Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey): Do media really set the political agenda? Applying the network agenda-setting model to Twitter- This paper will not be presented because the government of Turkey has violated academic freedom by imposing a ban on foreign travel for Turkish academics.
  • Yupei Zhao (University of Leicester, UK) & Sun Yat-sen (University, Guangzhou, PRC) Citizen Political Discourse, Self-censorship and digital democracy: A Case Study of Social Media Use in Hong Kong鈥檚 2012 Chief Executive Election
  • Jing Liu (Hong Kong University, Hong Kong), Marko M Skoric (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong) Can We Use Social Media Data to Predict Our Political Behaviors? A Mixed-Methods Study
  • Hamza S. Mohamed Saad (Zayed University, Dubai, UAE) Uses and Gratifications of Social Media
  • Nico Carpentier (Uppsala University, Swedenand Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium andCharles University, Prague, Czech Republic),Vaia Doudaki (Uppsala University, Sweden andCyprus University of Technology, Limassol,Cyprus), Yiannis Christidis (Cyprus Universityof Technology, Limassol, Cyprus): Exhibitingconflict: Looking at an exhibition as a site ofcontestation and agonism

Saturday July 30, 2016 16:00 - 17:30 BST
LT10 Bennett Building