Annenberg Presentations at NCA 2017

The National Communication Association’s 103rd Annual Conference will be held November 16-19 in Dallas, Texas. Below are the presentations, posters, and panels being contributed by the Annenberg community, organized by date and time. View the full conference program. Events are being held at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel and at the Dallas Marriott City Center; the two hotels are connected by an enclosed walkway.

Friday, November 17

9:30am – 10:45am

Visual Media: Documenting a Legacy for Communication (Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Seminar Theater)

  • John L. Jackson, Jr. – Presenter

11:00am – 12:15pm

Lessons Learned from the 2016 Presidential Campaign: Authors of the American Behavioral Scientist Campaign Editions (Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Houston B)

  • Kathleen Hall Jamieson – Presenter

Challenges and Opportunities for the Digital Divide Around the World (Dallas Marriott City Center, Normandy B)

  • John Vilanova – “Top Up, Top Down: Jamaican Mobile Telephony, Epistemic Paratext, and the Ontological Divide”

3:30pm – 4:45pm

Campaign 2016: Insights into Framing, Bias, Religion, and Disengagement (Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Majestic 1)

  • Dror Walter and Yotam Ophir – “The Elephant and the Bird: Republican Candidates’ Use of Strategy and Issue Framing in Twitter During the 2016 Republican Presidential Primaries”

Civic Engagement in Communication Pedagogy: Theories, Practices, and New Techniques to Foster Student Civic Learning (Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Majestic 2)

  • Michael X. Delli Carpini – Chair

Saturday, November 18

8:00am – 9:15am

Examining the Role of Visuals in Communicating Health Information to Audiences (Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas Ballroom A1)

  • Sijia Yang – “Roadblock to Vaping among Smokers or Gateway to Smoking among E-cigarette Users: A Randomized Controlled Trial on Visual Vaping Cue Effects on Harm Perceptions”
  • Sijia Yang, Erin Maloney, and Joseph N. Cappella – “When the Visual Collide with the Verbal: Using Moral Foundations Theory to Explain Multimodal Persuasive Messages’ Effects on Policy Opinions”

11:00am – 12:15pm

Quantitative Research Roundtable (Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas Ballroom Foyer)

  • Katerina Girginova – “The Anatomy of a Trending Hashtag: Analyzing What the World Tweeted About in 2016”