ARNIC at ICA’23
The 73rd Annual ICA (International Communication Association) Conference starts this week, and ARNIC-affiliated faculty and students will be presenting their work in various divisions and venues. Special congratulations to our top paper awardees!
- Prof. Hernan Galperin and Heonuk Ha (doctoral student) who will receive the top faculty paper award from the Communication Law and policy division for their paper Political Beliefs and the Take-Up of Consumer Broadband Subsidies
- Rohan Grover (2nd year doctoral student), who will receive the top student paper award from the Communication Law and Policy division for his paper Obfuscating Citizenship on GitHub: The Technopolitics of Social Coding and Claiming “Open Source”.
- Ke Maddie Huang-Isherwood and Eugene Jang (3rd year doctoral students) who will receive the top paper award from the Games Studies division for their paper Birds of a Feather Play Together: Individualism, Player Homophily, and Well-Being in a Massively Multiplayer Online Mobile Game
See the table below for details on the presentations at ICA. We hope to see you there.
|Lichen Zhen||Organizational Communication Poster Session||Friday 12:00–13:15||Enterprise Social Media Use in China: Communication Privacy Management, the Promise of Openness, and Knowledge Sharing|
|Rohan Grover||Questioning Media Research and Practices||Friday 12:00–13:15||Obfuscating Citizenship on GitHub: The Technopolitics of Social Coding and Claiming “Open Source”|
|Kyooeun Jang/Rohan Grover||Issues in Personal Data Regulation||Friday 16:30–17:45||Beyond Digital Protectionism? Comparing Personal Data Regulation Frameworks in China, India, and South Korea|
|Alex Alvarado Rojas||HYBRID HIGH-DENSITY EXTENDED ABSTRACTS: Communities||Saturday 9:00–10:15||The Social Function of Data Cooperatives: Making Community in the Data Economy|
|Ke Huang-Isherwood||HYBRID: HIGH-DENSITY: Human vs. Machine||Saturday 12:00–13:15||Human or Not? An Experiment with Chatbot Manipulations to Test Machine Heuristics and Political Self-Concepts|
|Sarah Wise||HIGH-DENSITY: Female Labor, Work, and Entrepreneurship||Saturday 12:00–13:15||Critical Success Factors and Challenges for Female Entrepreneurs in Technology Startup Ventures|
|Rohan Grover||HYBRID: State, Data, and Knowledge Production||Saturday 15:00–16:15||Encoding Privacy: Knowledge Production in Data Protection Compliance Work (Top student paper award)|
|Hernan Galperin/Heonuk Ha||Political Economy, Communication Infrastructures, and Policies||Sunday 10:30–11:45||Political Beliefs and the Take-Up of Consumer Broadband Subsidies (Top Faculty paper award)|
|Francois Bar/Rong Wang||Global Communication and Social Change Poster Session||Sunday 12:00–13:15||Digital Silk Road and China’s Foreign Aid in the Telecommunication and Technology Sector between 2000 and 2017|
|Eugene Jang||Social Support and Health Outcomes||Sunday 12:00–13:15||The Network Structure of Informational and Emotional Support in a Twitter-Based Long Covid Support Community|
|So Yun Ahn||Information Systems Research Escalator Session||Sunday 13:30–14:45||How Platforms as Infrastructure Privatize Spatial Knowledge|
|Ke Huang-Isherwood/Eugene Jang||HYBRID Game Studies Division Top Paper Session||Sunday 15:00–16:15||Birds of a Feather Play Together: Individualism, Player Homophily, and Well-Being in a Massively Multiplayer Online Mobile Game (Top paper award)|
|Kyooeun Jang||HIGH DENSITY: Reclaiming Authenticity in Communication: A Law and Policy Perspective||Sunday 15:00–16:15||Towards a New Grammar of Content Policy in the Metaverse: Challenging the Politics of Categories|
|Lichen Zhen||HYBRID HIGH-DENSITY: Internet Studies and Platform Governance||Sunday 15:00–16:15||Do Multidimensional Incentive Systems Encourage Prosocial or Competitive Behavior in Online Communities?|
|Rohan Grover||HYBRID: Decoding Data Journalism||Monday 12:00–13:15||From Paywalls to Datawalls? Datafication and Platformization in Digital News|