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ICA 2013 Conference Program

9:00 – 9:10 welcome

9:10 – 10:30 Session 1: Exploring New Media’s Role in Recent Elections

A Trigger or a Muffler?  Examining the Dynamics between Online Social Media Use and Participation in the 2012 Presidential Election of South Korea

  • Soo Young Bae University of Michigan, USA

Social Media, Political Efficacy, and Political Engagement

  • Chang Sup Park Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA

Social Media and Offline Political Participation: Uncovering the Paths from Digital to Physical

  • Marko Skoric Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

The Impact of Social Media on Political Participation: The Case of Taiwan’s 2012 Presidential Elections

  • Tai-Li Wang National Taiwan University, Taiwan

10:45 – 12:05 Session 2: New Media – Novel Pathways to Civic Engagement

Does Internet Use Encourage All Types of Engagement? A National Survey Study on the Democratic Effects of the Internet in China

  • Baohua Zhou Fudan University, China

Getting News Everywhere: How Incidental News Exposure on the Internet Promotes Young Adults’ Political Participation

  • Jung Hwan Yang University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
  • Byung Gu Lee University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Use of Political Podcast in South Korea During Election Campaign: Twitter-Mediated Communication Network of “Naggomsu”

  • Jiyoung Kim Yeungnam University, Korea
  • Steven Sam Brunel University, England
  • Han Woo Park Yeungnam University, Korea

Where They Agree: Factors Influencing Consonance in Online and Offline Public Opinion

  • Debbie Goh Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Natalie Pang Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Peng Hwa Ang Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

1:30 - 2:30 SESSION 3: Agenda-Setting and Framing Effects in the Digital Era

Playing with Hegemony: Changing Receptions of the CCTV’s Annual Spring Festival Gala in China

  • Jing Wang New York University, USA

Framing and Mis-framing in Micro-blogging Sites in China: Online Propagation of Animal Cruelty Campaigns

  • Yuanxin Wang Temple University, USA

How Is the Television Political Program Twittered?  Twitter’s Inter-Media Agenda-Setting Effect

  • Seunghee Lee Ewha Women’s University, Korea
  • Sohei Lim Ewha Women’s University, Korea

2:45 – 4:10 Session 4: Emerging Perspectives on New Media and Democracy

Media Scandals in China

  • Ruoyun Bai University of Toronto, Canada

New Media and Citizenship: Online Communicative Spaces and the Dialectics of Identity-Based Political Mobilizations

  • T.T. Sreekumar National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • Cheryll Ruth R. Soriano National University of Singapore, Singapore

Developing Bridging Social Capital Using Smartphones

  • Tetsuro Kobayashi National Institute of Informatics, Japan
  • Jeffrey Boase Ryerson University, Canada
  • Tsutomu Suzuki Research Organization of Information and Systems, Japan
  • Takahisa Suzuki The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan

South Korean Young Adults’ Dependency on Parents and Their Political Engagement in the Digital Age

  • Jiwoo Park Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
  • Chang Sup Park Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA

Being a Real Journalist Who Tells the Truth: A Case Study of the Newstapa

  • Wooyeol Shin University of Minnesota, USA

Mobile Communication and Civic Engagement in South Korea: Examining the Interactions between Public and Private Realms of Use

  • Hoon Lee University of Michigan, USA
  • Nojin Kwak University of Michigan, USA
  • Scott Campbell University of Michigan, USA
  • Rich Ling IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

4:10 – 4:30 wrap -up and conclusion