Pandemic audiences

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.

Pandemic audiences
Chair:
Maria Teresa
Soto
121
Are audience expectations of advertising messages changing during the pandemic? Evidence from an African audience
Abena Animwaa
Yeboah-Banin
University of Ghana Department of Communication Studies
817
New media users' perceptions and positions on conspiracy theory -- A case study based on online messages of "The Origin and Conspiracy Theory of Covid-19"
Yangmei
Jiang
School of Journalism and Communication, Chongqing University
Jiahe
Deng
School of Journalism and Communication, Chongqing University
Tiance
Dong
School of Journalism and Communication, Chongqing University
1221
Covid-19 on Instagram: How media addresses misinformation about the health crisis on the image social network
Valentina
Laferrara
Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations. Ramon Llull University
Santiago
Justel-Vázquez
International University of Catalonia
Josep-Lluís
Micó-Sanz
Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations. Ramon Llull University
2138
Digital nomads and the Covid-19 pandemic: social conversations about relocation in a time of lockdowns and reduced mobility
Karine
Ehn
CICANT - Lusófona University
Ana
Jorge
CICANT - Lusófona University
Manuel
Marques-Pita
CICANT - Lusófona University