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Grad students to present six research papers at AEJMC conference

by Michael Sweeney, Professor; Associate Director for Graduate Studies

Graduate students in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism will present six research papers at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in August in San Francisco.
Conference papers go through double-blind judging in which student papers compete on equal footing with faculty papers.

The six papers are:

Masters student Yayu Feng: “Analysis of Moral Argumentation in Newspaper Editorial Contents with Kohlbergs Moral Development Model.” This is the second-place student paper in the Media Ethics Division.

PhD student Nicholas Hirshon, “The Fish Sticks Logo: The Doomed Rebranding of the New York Islanders.”

PhD student Amanda J. Weed, “Zombie Fiction as Narrative Persuasion: Comparing Narrative Engagement in Text-Only and Visual Entertainment Education.”

PhD student Jeremy Saks, co-authoring with former PhD student Sally Ann Cruikshank (now at Auburn University): “We Choose to Tweet: Twitter Users Take on Rwanda Day 2014.”

PhD student Enakshi Roy, “If You Cant Beat Them, Join Them — Hollywood’s Answer to Bollywood Remakes.”

PhD student Pamela E. Walck, “A Riot ‘Never Out of Control’: World War II Press, Bamber Bridge Collective Memory.” This is the third-place student paper in the History Division.

June 24, 2015

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