Geographies of Media and Communication Specialty Group Poster Session

Type: Poster
Theme:
Sponsor Groups: Media and Communication Geography Specialty Group
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Day: 4/6/2019
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: Emily Fekete
Chairs:

Call for Submissions

The Media and Communication Geography Specialty Group welcomes posters in the realm of media and communication geography broadly defined for the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in Washington, D.C. from April 3-7, 2019. Topics for posters could include, but are not limited to:

Geographies of film and television
Soundscapes and Geographies of Music
Linguistic Geographies or Geographies of the written word
Geographies of satellite, fiber optic cables, or other landscapes of technology infrastructure
Geographies of social media and online networking
Geographies of the news press
The Internet and Society
Geographies of visual communications such as artistic works of paintings and photography
Political, social, environmental, or economic consequences of the media
Development and technology
Geographical implications of minority communities and the internet


Description

This poster session, sponsored by the Media and Communication Geography Specialty Group, is for any posters in the realm of media and communication geography broadly defined. Topics for papers, panels, and sessions could include, but are not limited to:

Geographies of film and television
Soundscapes and Geographies of Music
Linguistic Geographies or Geographies of the written word
Geographies of satellite, fiber optic cables, or other landscapes of technology infrastructure
Geographies of social media and online networking
Geographies of the news press
The Internet and Society
Geographies of visual communications such as artistic works of paintings and photography
Political, social, environmental, or economic consequences of the media
Development and technology
Geographical implications of minority communities and the internet


Agenda

ID Title Participant
00110 Fandom on the Air: Updating the Geography of Collegiate Football Radio Broadcasting Jacob Cooper
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
00111 Using Social Media Photographs to Analyze Tourists’ Risky Behaviors Yun Liang
00112 Virtual coffee break or conference backchannel? A look at #AAG2018 Emily Fekete
American Association of Geographers
00113 Partisan Media Fragmentation: How Climate Change is Framed in American Online Partisan News Sources Katherine Roselius
University of Denver
00114 The Resurgent Wire-Bird: Coming immediacy and new threads of connection to Saint Helena Owen Jennings
University of Hawaii - Manoa
00115 Crisis Communication by FEMA and Red Cross Via Twitter During Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Lane, Matthew, and Micheal Kelly Jones
University of Oklahoma
00116 Analyzing City and Community Engagement by the Numbers: how city characteristics can predict involvement in community engagement initiatives. Andrew Patterson
Pennsylvania State University
00117 Characterizing Traveling Fans: Semantically-Enriched Trajectory Analysis of Twitter Data Yanan Xin
Pennsylvania State University
00118 Exploring the spatial charactersitcis of Beijing inbound tourist flow base on geotagged photos Jing Qin
0119 #nolaeats: Marketing New Orleans' French Quarter Restaurants Using Instagram Darby Libka
0120 Spatial Distribution of Language Use between and within Generations of Multilinguals in a Rural African Region Ling Bian
SUNY- Buffalo
0121 Moving the Mark: discourse mapping the Middle East through computer-assisted text analysis Cayton Moore
University of Oklahoma
0122 Images and representations of women associated with the 2016 African Women Cup of Nations (AFCON) held in Cameroon Frinwei Achu
University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
0123 Intellectual Property: Core-Periphery Disparity Sophia Jordan
Mater Dei Catholic High School

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