Poster Sessions

The poster sessions aimed at providing an overview on the range of visual methods and their application in concrete research projects. There were three 40-minutes poster sessions with seven to eight posters per slot. Each session comprised a wide range of visual methods, instead of focusing on particular methods, so participants who were in the same experts‘ sessions afterwards had a chance to see the posters of other participants who were in the same group later on.

Session 1

Wall Poster Group
1 Allison Kwesell (International Christian University Tokyo, Japan)
Fukushima Residents’ Responses to Media’s Visual Framing of the 2011 Nuclear Disaster: From Catastrophe to Recovery
Photo Analyses
2 Sela Sar (University of Illinois, USA) & George Anghelcev (Penn State University, USA)
Visual Methods as Tools for Gauging Advertising Effects: A Semiotic Analysis of Print Advertisements Promoting Organic Foods
Photo Analyses
3 Murdoch Stephens (Massey University Wellington, New Zealand)
From the Repressive to the Honorific? Ethics, Photography and the Anjirak Afghan Archive
Visual Ethnographies
4 David Staton (University of Oregon (Eugene), USA)
“Creating” Colorado’s Landscape: Mountains, Myth and Movement in the Visual Rhetoric of the Centennial State
Visual Elicitation
5 Tom Powell (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Visual Framing Effects: The Effects of Image-Text Relations in International Affairs News
Experimental Visual Research
6 Carie Cunningham, Tao Deng, Crystal Miller, Jessica Francis & Ran Duan (Michigan State University, USA)
Intense Visual: Communicating Sustainable Food Practices Through Evoking Arousal
Experimental Visual Research
7 Julie Escurignan (University of Texas (Austin), USA)
Once Upon A Time: The Adaptation of Grimm’s Fairy Tales in the Eponymous Television Series
Audiovisual Analyses
8 Eva Boller (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Visual War Frames. How Was the War in Libya Presented in TV News?
Audiovisual Analyses

Session 2

Wall Poster Group
1 Rachel Somerstein (SUNY, USA)
Picturing the Past: The Berlin Wall at 25
Photo Analyses
2 George Anghelcev (Penn State University) & Sela Sar (University of Illinois, USA)
Using Image Elicitation and Metaphor Analysis to Reveal Cross-Cultural Differences in Perceptions of Climate Change: Implication for Environmental Communication
Visual Elicitation
3 Jessica N. Larsen (University of Illinois (Chicago), USA)
Participant-Driven Photo Elicitation: The Visual Communication of Dining Culture
Visual Elicitation
4 Melinda R. Weathers (Clemson University, USA)
Using Photovoice to Communicate Abuse: A Co-Cultural Analysis of Communication Factors Related to Digital Dating Abuse
Participatory Visual Research
5 Ozen Bas (Indiana University, USA)
Is A Picture Worth a Thousand Words? The Potential of Protest Photographs for Galvanizing Citizens to Collective Action
Experimental Visual Research
6 Minh Hao Nguyen, J. C. M. van Weert, N. Bol, E. F. Loos & E. M. A. Smets (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Tailoring Online Health Information to Older Adults’ Mode Preferences to Increase Information Recall and Website Satisfaction
Experimental Visual Research
7 Quintarrius Shakir (University of California (Santa Barbara), USA)
Applying Conversation Analysis (CA) and Ethnographic Content Analysis (ECA) to Dysfunctional Conflict in Reality Television
Audiovisual Analyses
8 Yue Zheng (University of South Carolina (Columbia), USA)
Framing Teen Smoking in Chinese Movies from 1978 to 2005: A Visual Narrative Analysis
Audiovisual Analyses

Session 3

Wall Poster Group
1 Ieva Zakareviciute (Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, Germany)
Imag(in)ing Violent Conflict
Photo Analyses
2 Kathrin Karsay (University of Vienna, Austria)
Sexualization of Girls and Women in German Youth Magazines: A Visual Content Analysis for the Period from 1979 to 2013
Photo Analyses
3 Sandra Ristovska (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
The Salience of Video in Human Rights Law: Setting Up Visual Legal Standards
Visual Ethnographies
4 Brian Ekdale (University of Iowa, USA)
Industrial Reflexivity and Participatory Paratexuality: Methodological Opportunities for Visual Studies in Media Production Research
Participatory Visual Research
5 Alyea Sandovar (Fielding Graduate University (Santa Barbara), USA)
It’s in the Visual: Game Designers Perceptions of Culture
Visual Elicitation
6 Michael Sülflow, Stefan Jarolimek & Pablo B. Jost (Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany)
Directing or Distracting? The Influence of RTR Measurement and Task Allocation on Gaze Behavior
Experimental Visual Research
7 Michael Grimm (Hans-Bredow-Institut for Media Research at the University of Hamburg, Germany)
Representation and Reception of Complementary and Alternative Medicine on Television. An Audiovisual Framing Analysis of Medical Uncertainty
Audiovisual Analyses

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