ECREA2014: A look at day 3

The third and final day of European communication conference in Lisbon is about to start. Today’s sessions are mercifully scheduled to finish a time block earlier than yesterday, so the number of available sessions is smaller than on previous days. Still, the vast freedom of choice is bewildering; therefore JRN again provides an overview of sessions likely to tickle the interest of journalism scholars. The day finishes with common program in the form of ECREA general assembly and closing session, in auditorium I from 17.00 to 19.15. From there on out, it’s a party at the conference centre restaurant.

Sessions in Journalism Studies -section

8.30 – 10.00
Resisting censorship and political influence, in room 3A
Methodological Challenges and the Transformation of Journalistic Working Conditions in Six Countries: Preliminary Evidence from the Worlds of Journalism Study, in room 3B

10.30 – 12.00
Constructions of Reality: Mediatization, Euro crisis, Ageing, Immediacy and Rural Affairs, in room 3A
Case Studies: Facebook use, Travel Journalists, Local News and Young Audiences, in room 3B

15.00 – 16.30
Participatory news, citizen journalism, and user-generated content, in room 3A

Other sessions of interest

8.30 – 10.00
Journalism and democracy, in room 5C
Media, Ideology and the Construction of Friends and Foes, in room 1.05
Protecting and preserving for particular audiences, in room 1.04
International news and practices of representation, in room 1.02

10.30 – 12.00
New Media Ecology Issues, in room 1.04
Crisis Communication, Media and Reputation, in auditorium IV
Agenda setting and agenda building: New perspectives, in auditorium III

15.00 – 16.30
News audiences matter, in room 3C
Radio Research (B) – Journalism, in room 1.10

Again, full schedule of the conference is available here, and the conference pamphlet here.

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