National Communication Association

Annenberg at NCA 2019

USC Annenberg doctoral students will be in Baltimore, Maryland this weekend for the National Communication Association conference. Over a dozen current students (as well as faculty and alumni) will present their work at the annual gathering of communication scholars.

 

Wednesday, November 13

Jessica Hatrick
PC09: What is Survival?
9:00 AM  - 5:00 PM 
Room 336, Baltimore Convention Center

 

Thursday, November 14

Sierra Bray
Surviving or Thriving with Female Coworkers: Comparing Television’s Pathologized and Idealized Depictions of Women who Work Together
9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Key Ballroom 11 (Second Floor), Hilton

Ignacio Cruz
Social Identity and Group Behavior
9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Latrobe Room (First Floor), Hilton

Ignacio Cruz, Jillian Kwong
The Blame Game: Exploring Online Reactions to the Uber Fatality and the Use of Autonomous Vehicles
2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Ballroom (400 Level), Baltimore Convention Center

Stefanie Demetriades
United by Displacement: Group Style and Identity Among International Volunteers in Skaramagas Refugee Camp
9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Latrobe Room (First Floor), Hilton

Daria Baxter Griffith (presented by Max Brichta)
Father Forgive Them: Social Identity and Catholic Clergy Sexual Abuse Crisis
9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Latrobe Room (First Floor), Hilton

Tyler Hiebert
The U.S. Government Constructs White Femininity: The Bureau of Indian Affairs and Femininity 1880-1930
8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Key Ballroom 8 (Second Floor), Hilton

Hyun Tae Kim
A Spoonful of Framing Makes the Generic Medicine Go Down? The Effects of Gain-Loss Frames and Organizational Type
12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Ballroom (400 Level), Baltimore Convention Center

Rachel Moran
Organizing to Survive: Exploring the Rise of Unionization in Digital Newsrooms
12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Ballroom (400 Level), Baltimore Convention Center

Amber Lynn Scott
Skirting the Issue of Hidden Figures: Discourse Analysis of U.S. Navy Female Uniform Policy
12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Holiday Ballroom 5 (Second Floor), Hilton

 

Friday, November 15

Thomas J. Billard, Rachel Moran
Networked Political Brands: Consumption, Community, and Political Expression in Contemporary Brand Culture
8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Room 343, Baltimore Convention Center

Thomas J. Billard
Activism(s) in Physical and Cyber Space: Technological Change and the Evolution of Activist Communication Practices
12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Ballroom (400 Level), Baltimore Convention Center

Nathaniel Curran
Neoliberalism from Above and Cosmopolitanism from Below: An Intercultural Meetup Group in the United States
12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Room 341, Baltimore Convention Center

Caitlin Joy Dobson
Disrobing Pink Pussyhats: A Reflection of TERF Ideology and Peak White Feminism within the Women's March
9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Ballroom (400 Level), Baltimore Convention Center

Tyler Hiebert
Indigenous Hip Hop: The Settler’s Ear and Indigenous Futurism
9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Room 335, Baltimore Convention Center

James Lee, Hyun Tae Kim, Meiqing Zhang
Morality for a Digital Age: The Intersections of Technology with Legal and Social Morality
12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Ballroom (400 Level), Baltimore Convention Center

Liyuan Wang
Evaluating the Feasibility of Using Multivariate Meta-analysis to in Interpersonal Communication Studies
2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Holiday Ballroom 4 (Second Floor), Hilton

 

Saturday, November 16

Matthew N. Bui, Sierra Bray, Olivia A. Gonzalez
Power(ing) Up and Connecting in the Unequal Technopolis: Mobile Access and Charging from the Margins
3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Room 348, Baltimore Convention Center

 

Sunday, November 17

Nathaniel Curran
Intersectional Englishes: (e)Valuating English in the Online Gig Economy
9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Room 330, Baltimore Convention Center

Nathaniel Curran, Hyun Tae Kim
Mediated Arguments in the North Korea Nuclear Controversy: A Comparative Discussion of Coverage in the US, South Korea, China and Japan
11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM 
Room 345, Baltimore Convention Center

Hyun Tae Kim, Nathaniel Curran
Welcoming Difference or Reinforcing the Status Quo? The (Mixed) Influence of Multicultural Television Viewing on Multicultural and Gender Attitudes in South Korea
8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Room 341, Baltimore Convention Center