Sociology of communications and Media

 

Convenor:
Peter Golding: Loughborough University, United Kingdom

- ROOM 2.7

Wednesday  September  24  (9.00 - 11.00)

Session 1 
Youth and Popular Culture

Chair: Peter Golding

Author(s): Luisa Aiello
Institution: Department of Sociology "Gino Germani", University of Naples "Federico II"
Country: Italy 
YOUTH AND NEW MEDIA IN SOUTHERN ITALY
Author(s): Plácido Guardiola Jiménez
Institution: Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Murcia
Country: Spain 
QUANTATIVE RESEARCH INTO MEDIA USE BY TEENAGERS
Author(s): Sandra Marlene Mendes Barra
Institution: Chid's Institute - University of Minho
Country: Portugal 
CHILDHOOD AND INTERNET: INTERACTIONS IN THE WEB

Author(s): Germán Espino Sánchez Intitution:
Country: México 
ROCK CULTURE

Reserve/Poster 

Author(s): Tamara Adamiants
Institution: Institute of Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences
Country: Russia 
ON THE WAY TO HIGH LEVEL OF THE COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS

 

Wednesday September  24   (14.30 - 16.30)

Session 2 
Audiences, gender and the family

Chair: Peter Ludes

Author(s): Brian Moeran
Institution: Copenhagen Business School
Country: Denmark 
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MAGAZINES
Author(s): Judit Takacs
Institution:
Country: Slovenia 
'SEXUAL MINORITY' (I PRESUME THIS MEANS GAY) MEDIA IN HUNGARY, THE NETHERLANDS AND SLOVENIA
Author(s): Suheyla Tukyilmaz, Ozgur Sari and Tulin Ceylan
Institution: Cankaya University
Country: Turkey 
ANALYSIS OF THE FILM 'CHOCOLAT' WITH PARTICULAR REGARD TO GENDER

Reserve/Poster 

Author(s): Fatos Goksen, Sami Gulgoz and Cigdem Kagitcibasi
Institution: Koc University Rumeli Feneri Yolu Sariyer
Country: Turkey 
MEDIA CONSUMPTION AS EMPOWERMENT FOR SOCIALLY EXCLUDED WOMEN IN ISTANBUL
Author(s): Elena Evdokimova
Institution: Institute of Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences
Country: Russia 
RESEARCH ON FAMILY'S ACQUISITION OF INFORMATION IN EVERYDAY LIFE

 


Thursday September 25 (9.00 - 11.00)

Session 3 
Europe

Chair: Peter Golding

Author(s): Peter Ludes
Institution: School of Humanities and Social Sciences, International University of Bremen
Country: Germany 
FRAGILE EUROPE
Author(s): Sophia Theodosiadou
Institution: Technological Educational Institute of Western Macedonia, Department of Communication and Public Relations
Country: Greece 
EUROPE: ACHILLES' HEEL FOR BRITAIN AND GREECE? KATHEMERINI AND THE DAILY TELEGRAPH IN SEARCH OF EVIDENCE 
Author(s): Ana Horta
Institution: High School of Social Communications
Country: Portugal 
CONSTRUCTING THE IDEA OF EUROPE: ANALYSIS OF THE PORTUGUESE PRESS

Reserve/Poster 

Author(s):  Larissa Semenova 
Intitution: Interregional Institute of Media-consultants
Country: Russia 
CHANGING OF MEDIA ORGANIZATION CULTURE TO GET INDEPENDENCE
Author(s): Mirjana Kristovi
Institution: Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Sociology
Country: Serbia 
MASS MEDIA AND DEMOCRACY IN SERBIA

Thursday September 25  (14.30 - 16.30)

Session 4 
Spanish session

Chair: Rossella Savarese

Author(s): Miguel Ángel Mateo Pérez, Clemente Antonio Penalva Verdú and Daniel La Parra Casado
Institution: Department of Sociology II, Psychology, Communication and Didactics, University of Alicante
Country: Spain 
VALENCIA NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLIC OPINION
Author(s): Emmanuel Lizcano Fernández
Institution: Department of Political Science and the Administration, UNED
Country: Spain 
SCIENCE IN THE MASS MEDIA
Author(s): María José González and Eva Espinar
Institution: Department of Sociology II, Psychology, Communication and Didactics, University of Alicante
Country: Spain 
YOUNG AND NEW TECHOLOGIES

Reserve/Poster 

Author(s): Eva Espinar; María José González; Rodolfo Martínez, Miguel Ángel Mateo and Clemente Penalva
Institution: Department of Sociology II, Psychology, Communication and Didactics, University of Alicante
Country: Spain 
PUBLIC OPINION AND THE NEWS IN VALENCIA
Author(s): Isaac Payá Martínez
Institution: UNED
Country: Spain 
MEDIA CHANGE AND NEW TECHNOLOGY
Author(s): Fermín Bouza and Raquel Rodríguez
Institution: Complutense University of Madrid and King Juan Carlos University
Country: Spain 
THE DIGITAL DIVIDE IN SPAIN

 


Friday  September  26  (9.00 - 11.00)

Session 5 
ICT Use

Chair: Peter Ludes

Author(s): Peeter Vihalemm
Institution: Department of Journalism and Communication, University of Tartu
Country: Estonia 
TYPOLOGY OF MEDIA USE: TRADITIONAL VERSUS NEW MEDIA
Author(s): Franc Trcek
Institution: Centre for Spatial Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana
Country: Slovenia
FROM PERIPHERY INTO GLOCALIZED NETWORKS: CASE OF E-SLOVENIA
Author(s): Virve Peteri and Jari Aro
Institution: Department of Sociology and Social Psychology. University of Tampere
Country: Finland 
MEDIA TECHNOLOGY IN THE HOME

Reserve/Poster 

Author(s): Gregor Petric
Institution: Faculty of Social Sciences
Country: Slovenia 
RESEARCH INTO ORDINARY PEOPLE PRODUCING THEIR OWN WEBSITES
Author(s): B. Engen
Institution: University of Oslo
Country: Norway 
TRUST AND ICT - MEDIATED EDUCATION
Author(s): Susana Nascimento
Institution: High Institute of Work Sciences and the Enterprise
Country: Portugal 
INFORMATION SOCIETY AND LIFE SCIENCE

 

Friday September 26 (14.30 - 16.30)

Session 6 
Journalism, News and Politics

Chair: Rossella Savarese

Author(s): David Deacon
Institution: Loughborough University
Country: United Kingdom 
JOURNALISTS AND THE APPOINTED STATE
Author(s): Else Kloppenborg
Institution: University of Copenhagen
Country: Denmark 
MODERN STATE 'VIOLENCE' FROM COMMUNICATIONS PERSPECTIVE
Author(s): Marju Lauristin
Institution: Department of Journalism, University of Tartu
Country: Estonia 
NEW MEDIA AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
Author(s): Enric Saperas and Andreu Casero
Institution: King Juan Carlos University and Pompeu Fabra University
Country: Spain 
POLITICAL MEDIATION AND THE INTERNET

Reserve/Poster 

Author(s): Jakob Arnoldi
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen
Country: Denmark 
RESEARCH ON AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS
Author(s): Valery Mansurov and Anna Semenjva
Institution: Institute of Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Country: Russia 
REPRESENTATION OF THE 'TERRORIST' IN TWO RUSSIAN NEWSPAPERS
Author(s): Barbara van Gestel
Institution: Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement
Country: The Netherlands 
LOCAL MEDIA AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
Author(s): David Machin and Fotini Papatheodorou
Institution: Cardiff University-London Institute
Country: United Kingdom 
DECONSTRUCTION OF TV NEWS' INTRODUCTORY SEQUENCES IN SIX COUNTRIES