Public Spheres

IAMCR 2021 Online Conference is now over. The full papers presented in this online conference paper panel are no longer accessible. You can see the original abstracts of the papers submitted for presentation in the abstract books.

Public Spheres
Chair:
Franziska
Thiele
University of Rostock, Germany
294
Transnational Public Spheres via Strategic Policy Narratives: Afghanistan’s Political Role in Chinese, Russian, and Iranian Media Discourses
Marco
Ehrl
Kutztown University
Robert
Hinck
Air University Montgomery
Skye
Cooley
Oklahoma State University
1799
Are Media following the same accounts as their Media Directors on Twitter?
Veronica
Israel Turim
Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations. Ramon Llull University
Josep-Lluís
Micó-Sanz
Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations. Ramon Llull University
1985
Enriching or polarizing the debate? A study of online news startups and their contribution to media diversity and pluralism
Maud
Peeters
University of Antwerp
Pieter
Maeseele
University of Antwerp
1925
The Rhetoric of Explanation: A Computational Analysis of Journalistic Explanation of the Gig Economy
Robert
Clapperton
Ryer
Amin
Mirlohi
Rye
1737
Access to information on dementia in Germany: What media do informal caregivers of people living with dementia use and what are usage problems?
Antonia
Kowe
University of Rostock
Corinna
Luethje
Greifswald University Medical Center
Stefan
Teipel
Rostock University Medical Center