Annenberg Presentations at NCA 2019

Eight Annenberg faculty members and graduate students will present at the National Communication Association’s 105th Annual Convention, to be held November 14-17 in Baltimore.

The presentations are listed below, along with locations. For more information or to view the full program, visit NCA’s conference website.

Thursday, November 14

9:30-10:45am

The Effects and Prevention of Smoking, Vaping, and Chewing (Hilton Baltimore, Key Ballroom 12)

  • Joseph N. Cappella — “Effects of Exposure to Vaping Cues in First-Generation and Other-Generation E-Cigarette Advertisements on Daily and Former Smokers’ Urge, Intentions, and Perceptions”

Examinations of Regionalism and Discriminatory Ideologies (Baltimore Convention Center, Room 335)

  • Mohammed Salih — “Saviors are Coming in the Film: Iran, IS and Regional Hegemony”

12:30-1:45pm

Understanding the Importance of Perception in Different Political Communication Contexts (Baltimore Convention Center, Room 343)

  • María Celeste Wagner — “The Reception of Fake News: The Interpretations and Practices that Shape the Consumption of Perceived Misinformation”

Friday, November 15

8:00-9:15am

Rhetorics of Survival within a Trump Presidency (Hilton Baltimore, Key Ballroom 10)

  • Jeanna Sybert — “Donald Trump’s Rhetoric of Crisis and Blame in the 2019 Oval Office Address”

(Post)Human Tensions (Hilton Baltimore, Douglass Room)

  • Andrew Wirzburger — “Whose Perspective? The Productive Censorship of A.I.-Assisted Comment Moderation”

2:00-3:15pm

Fifty Years of Student Speech: Student Activism from Tinker to Parkland (Hilton Baltimore, Tubman Room)

  • Carolyn Marvin — Presenter

Saturday, November 16

9:30-10:45am

Communities of Survival: Applied Communication and Experiences in a Diverse Collection of Groups (Baltimore Convention Center, Room 342)

  • Soojong Kim — “Network Backfire Effect: Enhanced Network Heterogeneity Can Exacerbate Perceived Information Bias in Social Media”

3:30-4:45pm

Embodying and Materializing Burkean Rhetoric (Hilton Baltimore, Blake Room)

  • Kinjal Dave — "Technologizing the Imaginative: Rhetorical and Material Consequences of CT Scanners in Hospitals"

Sunday, November 17

9:30-10:45am

The Adoption and Effectiveness of Technology-Based Health Promotion (Hilton Baltimore, Key Ballroom 6)

  • Kwanho Kim — “Applying the Integrative Model of Behavioral Prediction to Identify Predictors of Health Apps Use”