Our team held several presentations at this years International Communication Association Conference in Prague.

 

 

We are also very proud of the awards that members of the Corporate Communication group have won, including:

  • Marijn H.C. Meijers, Anke Wonneberger and Paola Remmelswaal won the Top Faculty Paper Award from Environmental Communication
  • Irina Lock received the Bob Heath Top Faculty Paper Award from the PR division with the paper “How are Online Relationships Between Organizations and Publics Measured Online? A Systematic Review and Research Agenda”
  • Mark Boukes won the the Top Faculty Paper Award of the ICA Communication and Technology Division for the paper “Social Network Sites and Learning about Current Affairs Knowledge: The Impact of Twitter and Facebook Usage on the Knowledge Gap”
  • Ward van Zoonen received the Top Paper Award at the Organization Communication with the paper “Explaining online ambassadorship behavior on Facebook and LinkedIn”

Here you find the papers we presented at ICA 2018:

 

May 24

Preconference Theories in PR: Reflections and future directions

Public relations from an actor-network perspective: How a sociology of associations can reconcile public relations research and communication theory
Anke Wonneberger, Jeroen Jonkman, Piet Verhoeven

Thu, May 24, 11:50 – 13:05 (Karolinum, Charles University)

 

Preconference Methods for Communication Policy Research

Principles for analyzing qualitative data: interconnections between data collection and data analysis are key
Martine van Selm, Natali Helberger

Thu, May 24, 11:00-12:15, Hilton Prague, Ballroom Foyer

 

Preconference Communicating with Machines: Theory and Practice

Working as a Team: The Influence of Cooperation With a Chatbot on Customer Service Perceptions

Guy Laban, Theo Araujo 

Thu, May 24, 8:30 to 16:30, Hilton Prague, M, Tyrolka

 

May 25

Assessing Organizational Information Visibility: Development of the Attributes of Visibility Scale

Claartje ter Hoeven, Cynthia Stohl, Scott Banghart, Paul Leonardi, Michael Stohl

Fri, May 25, 11:00 to 12:15, Hilton Prague, M, Karlin II

 

Media Dependency and the Effects on Consumer Confidence: Studying Media Effects on Economic Perceptions by Linking Content Analysis to Panel Survey Data

Mark Boukes, Alyt Damstra, Rens Vliegenthart

Fri, May 25, 14:00 to 15:15, Hilton Prague, L, Berlin

 

Actors and Issue Arenas: Dutch Food Issues on Twitter

Iina Hellsten, Anke Wonneberger, Sandra Jacobs

Fri, May 25, 11:00 to 12:15, Hilton Prague, L, Amsterdam

 

(Meta-)Stereotypes of Older Workers

Martine van Selm, Anne Kroon

Fri, May 25, 12:30 to 13:45, Hilton Prague, LL, Congress Hall II – Exhibit Hall/Posters

 

How are Online Relationships Between Organizations and Publics Measured Online? A Systematic Review and Research Agenda

Irina Lock

Fri, May 25, 15:30 to 16:45, Hilton Prague, M, Hercovka

 

Picture Power? The Contribution of News Visuals to Politically Motivated Selective Exposure

Tom Powell, Toni van der Meer, Carlos Manuel Brenes Peralta

Fri, May 25, 8:00 to 9:15, Hilton Prague, L, Berlin

 

Explaining Online Ambassadorship Behaviors on Facebook and LinkedIn

Ward van Zoonen, Joe Bartels, Anne-Marie van Prooijen, Alexander Peter Schouten

Fri, May 25, 15:30 to 16:45, Hilton Prague, LL, Congress Hall III

 

May 26

Quantifying Source Diversity and Agency Reliance in the Contemporary News Landscape

Jelle Boumans

Sat, May 26, 11:00 to 12:15, Hilton Prague, L, Brussels

 

The Good and Bad in Economic News: Comparing (Automatic) Measurements of Sentiment in Dutch Economic News

Mark Boukes, Bob Robbert Nicolai van der Velde, Rens Vliegenthart

Sat, May 26, 11:00 to 12:15, Hilton Old Town, M, Dvorak I

 

Seeking Formula for Misinformation Treatment in Public Health Crises: The Effects of Corrective Information Type and Source

Toni van der Meer

Sat, May 26, 11:00 to 12:15, Hilton Prague, M, Karlin II

 

May 27

Organizing Organizational Information Visibility: The Role and Needs of Journalists

Jeroen Jonkman, Claartje ter Hoeven, Theo Araujo, Scott Banghart

Sun, May 27, 15:30 to 16:45, Hilton Prague, LL, Congress Hall I

 

Social Network Sites and Learning About Current Affairs: The Impact of Twitter and Facebook Usage on the Knowledge Gap

Mark Boukes

Sun, May 27, 15:30 to 16:45, Hilton Prague, M, Hilton Grand Ballroom

 

Reconsidering Churnalism: How News Factors in Corporate Press Releases Influence the Way Journalists Treat These Press Releases After Initial Selection

Pytrik Schafraad, Ward van Zoonen

Sun, May 27, 9:30 to 10:45, Hilton Prague, M, Karlin I

 

Parliamentary Questions, Newspaper Coverage and Consumer Confidence in Times of Crisis: A Cross-National Comparison

Rens Vliegenthart, Alyt Damstra

Sun, May 27, 11:00 to 12:15, Hilton Prague, L, Athens

 

The Professionalization and Politicization of European Election Posters in the Netherlands, 1979-2014

Katjana Gattermann, Rens Vliegenthart

Sun, May 27, 14:00 to 15:15, Hilton Prague, L, Berlin

 

Stimulating Recycling by the Use of Visual Feedback Metaphors

Marijn Meijers, Anke Wonneberger, Paola Remmelswaal

Sun, May 27, 15:30 to 16:45, Hilton Prague, LL, Madrid

 

The Effects of Ubiquitous-Computing Innovations on Perceptions of Work.

Ward van Zoonen

Sun, May 27, 15:30 to 16:45, Hilton Prague, LL, Congress Hall I

 

May 28

A Protocol for Communication Research With Machine Vision: Using Recognition Platforms to Analyze Corporate Webpages

Theo Araujo, Irina Lock, Bob Robbert Nicolai van der Velde

Mon, May 28, 14:00 to 15:15, Hilton Prague, M, Rokoska

 

Agenda-Setting With Satire: How Political Satire Placed TTIP on the Public, Media and Political Agenda

Mark Boukes

Mon, May 28, 14:00 to 15:15, Hilton Prague, L, Barcelona

 

Implicit Frames of CSR: The Interplay Between the News Media, PR, and the Public

Linda van den Heijkant

Mon, May 28, 17:00 to 18:15, Hilton Prague, M, Hercovka

 

Enacting Mediatization in Public Sector Organizations: The Role of Communication Managers

Sandra Jacobs, Anke Wonneberger

Mon, May 28, 14:00 to 15:15, Hilton Prague, M, Karlin III

 

Postconference Lobbying and Democracy: The Voice of Communication

Traveling frames: how corporate and civil society actors try to influence public administration and courts in a case on emission data in
Switzerland

Irina Lock, C. Stachel, Peter Seele

Tue, May 29, 9:00 to 13:00, Charles University Prague, Dept of Marketing, Communication & PR, Room 215