Social Media and the Transformation of Public Space

18June2014 20June2014

Conference

Organized by José van Dijck, Thomas Poell, and Sanne Kraijenbosch, and co-funded by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Science and the Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies (ACGS).

Social Media and the Transformation of Public Space

Wednesday

18 June 2014

8.00-9.00

Registration

Lobby Trippenhuis

9.00 – 9.10

Tinbergenzaal

Opening

9.10 - 10.30

Plenary Conversation 1: Is Social the New Public?

Tinbergenzaal

Speakers: José van Dijck & Thomas Poell

Discussants: Jean Burgess & Christian Christensen

Moderator: Mark Deuze

10.30 - 11.15

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

11.15 - 12.45

Parallel Sessions 1

OMHP F2.01C

1A “Social Politics: Twitter, Facebook and Reaching out to Voters”

Moderator: Christian Christensen

Highfield, Tim

Election days and social media practices: Tweeting as Australia decides

Larsson, Anders Olof

Assessing the Permanence of Online Campaigning: A comparison of Political Facebook Pages in Sweden and Norway

Christensen, Christian

Targeting Politicians? Twitter and the National Rifle Association

Bruns, Axel

All Politics Is Local? The Twitter Performance of Local Candidates in the 2013 Australian Federal Election

Tinbergenzaal

1B Transformation of Publicness

Moderator: Pieter Verdegem

Salinas, Lara

Digital Public Space(s): redefining publicness

Fletcher, Gordon, Marie Griffiths and Maria Kutar

A Day in the Digital Life Project: Private Spaces v Public Places, can there be a distinction?

Lünenborg, Margreth and Christoph Raetzsch

Media Practices and Social Change: Rethinking Concepts of Publics in the Digital Age

Berglez, Peter and Ulrika Olausson

The Public-Private Sphere: the Constant Oscillation between ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Oriented Communication on Twitter and its Power Relations

VOC-zaal (E0.02)

1C Analyzing Social Media Platforms

Moderator: Niels van Doorn

Taylor-Smith, Ella

A socio-technical approach to studying participation spaces

Pierson, Jo, Ralf de Wolf, Ellen Vanderhoven, Bettina Berendt, Tammy Schellens

Self-reflection in privacy research on social network sites

Nolin, Jan, Nasrine Olson

Social Media Studies: Demarcating a new
interdisciplinary research field

Moats, David J.

The Politics of Group Formation on Facebook: A quanti-qualitative approach to the study of connective/collective action

Oude Vergaderzaal

1D Economics

Moderator: Jeroen de Kloet

Nieborg, David B.

App Economics: On mobile marketing and user acquisition

Tiessen, Matthew

Virtually Taking Public Space to the Bank: Banking-App

Design and Making a Market out of Everyday Social Spaces

Arifon, Olivier, Nicolas Vanderbiest

Integrating social networks in a lobbying campaign: the  
case study of Intermarché, a supermarket chain

Heyman, Rob, Jo Pierson

Sponsored stories as an invasion of the lifeworld. A focus group approach to the attitudes and awareness of Facebook users

Bushuis F0.22

1E Global Protests 1

Moderator: Stefania Milan

Kim, Min Jeong

Expanding a Scope of South Korean Media Strike in 2012: Network Analysis of the Issue Framing on Twitter

Rodriguez-Amat, Joan Ramon and Cornelia Brantner

Fighting against the ball: communicative spaces
of twittered protests

Štětka, Václav, Jaroslav Švelch

The coup that flopped: the role of Facebook in a grassroots political action in the Czech
Republic

Azlan, Nurul Azreen

The Hashtag Game: Protests in Postcolonial Kuala Lumpur

Oost Indisch Huis AT.03

1F Openness, Transparency

Moderator: Steve Paulussen

Baack, Stefan

Open Data and Empowering Intermediaries. Why and how the Open Data Movement wants to transform Journalism

Hille, Sanne, Susanne Janssen

Goldmine or a source of misery? Determinants of success and failure of crowdsourcing in journalism

Kennedy, Helen, Giles Moss

Making Analytics Public: really useful analytics and public engagement

Courtois, Cédric, Kristin van Damme, Lieven de Marez, Toon de Pessemier, Kris Vanhecke, Luc Martens

Properly informed? An analysis of consumption patterns in an algorithm-based mobile news application

12.45 – 14.00

Lunch

Trippenhuis

14.00 – 15.30

Plenary Conversation 2: The Logic of Connective Action

Tinbergenzaal

Speaker: Lance Bennett

Discussants: Richard Rogers & Marlies Glasius

Moderator: Dan Mercea

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

16.00 – 18.00

Parallel Sessions 2

OMHP F2.01C

2A Understanding Contested Public Space with Social Media

Moderator: Jean Burgess

Burgess, Jean, Theresa Sauter

Hashtag as hybrid forum: Controversy mapping, digital methods and the case of #agchatoz

Bruns, Axel, Theresa Sauter

The Emergence of Trending Topics: The Dissemination of Breaking Stories on Twitter

McNair, Brian

Public service media and social media: interactions and impacts

Wang, Wilfred Yang

In the name of nationalism - reproducing
Guangzhou’s geo-identity on Weibo

Light, Ben

Towards a Theory of Disconnection and Social
Networking Sites

Oude vergaderzaal

2B Social Media and Political Contention

Moderator: Paolo Gerbaudo

Rieder, Bernhard

Studying Facebook Pages as
Political Platforms

Poell, Thomas

Facebook in the Midst ofRevolution

Zack, Liesbeth

Language and identity on Facebook: the case of Kullina Khaled Said

Woltering, Robbert

A page and its politics: Situating Kullina Khaled Said in Egypt’s ideological landscape

Abdulla, Rasha

Facebook Polls as Proto-Democratic Instruments

VOC-zaal (E0.02)

2C Global Activism

Moderator: David Nieborg

Mercea, Dan and Marco T. Bastos

Serial Protest Activists: Unpicking the Global Network of Political Activism

Van der Heijden, Chris

Challenging traditional politics Partido X & the collision of public fields in Spain

Dencik, Lina

Organised labour and social media in times of protest

Clark, Lynn Schofield

Padres y Jovenes Unidos: Exploring Internet use and the cultural work of performance among counterpublics

DeLuca, Kevin Michael and Ye Sun

“Weibo, WeChat, and the Transformative Events of Environmental Activism in China”

Tinbergenzaal

2D News and Social Media

Moderator: Ansgard Heinrich

Groot Kormelink, Tim and Irene Costera Meijer

“I can have an opinion without being like, the internet has to know”: How space matters in social (news) media

Hattaka, Niko

Online Remediation of the News on the Eurozone Crisis by the Eurosceptic-Populist Party True Finns

Bakker, Piet

Bigger than the brand. Journalists, social media and
audience relations

Van Damme, Kristin, Cédric Courtois, Jorre Afschrift

Serendipitous news consumption. A mixed-method audience-centred study on mobile devices

Büchi, Moritz

Public Interfaces of Science Topics – News and Tweets

Oost Indisch Huis E0.14C

2E Rating, Selecting, and Criticizing

Moderator: Beverley Skeggs

Teurlings, Jan

Social media and the commonification of TV criticism

Zelenkauskaite, Asta

Manual and semi-automated user-generated content selection and integration in radio-mediated environments

Pietrobruno, Sheenagh

Participatory Media and the Digital Commons: The Social Archiving of Intangible Heritage

Vonderau, Patrick

The Politics of Content Aggregation

Oost Indisch Huis AT.03

2F Social TV

Moderator: Jennifer Holt

Van Es, Karin

The Promise and Perils of Social TV:The Voice (USA)

Schwarz, Jonas Andersson

Adapting—to the individual, to the industry, to information.
Algorithmic thinking and audience prediction within Swedish Public Service

Alencar, Amanda Paz, Nathalia Alonso Ramos

“Social TV”: How TV News Programs Are Adapting to
the Second Screen?

Woodford, Darryl, Katie Prowd

Everyone’s Watching It: The Role of Hype in Television Engagement through Social Media

Helberger, Natali

Merely facilitating or actively stimulating diverse media choices? – Public service media at the cross-road

Thursday

19 June 2014

9.15 - 10.45

Parallel Sessions 3

Tinbergenzaal

3A Twitter as an Alternative Space for Sourcing and News Selection

Moderator: Michael Schudson

Broersma, Marcel and Todd Graham

Triggering the News, Setting the Agenda

Paulussen, Steve, Raymond Harder

The conditionality of Twitter’s agenda-setting power

D’heer, Evelien, Pieter Verdegem

The tweeting viewer. The use of Twitter during a current affairs TV program

Heinrich, Ansgard

Twitter as sourcing tool - connecting people, transforming journalistic practice?

OMHP F2.01C

3B Prefiguring social media: the culture and technology of 1990s web publishing

Moderator: Michael Dieter

Ankerson, Megan Sapnar

Making/Unmaking a Social Web: Historicizing the “Read-Only” Logic of the 90s Web

Helmond, Anne

The Platformization of the Web

Stevenson, Michael

Cyberspace, the social graph and other legacies of digital utopianism

Ammann, Rudolf

The estranged subjectivity of insurgent selfhood: Dave Winer, Jorn Barger and the emergence of blogging

Oude Vergaderzaal

3C Activist Communication

Moderator: Payal Arora

Latzko-Toth, Guillaume, Nicole Gallant and Madeleine Pastinelli

The role of social media in major public debates: the case of the 2012 student strike in Quebec

Vrikki, Photini

Storytelling on Twitter: The Occupy Movement and the narratives constructing it

Wong, Shiau Ching

Dissecting the communications ecology behind the anti-National Education movement in Hong Kong

Hartman, Carol Terracina, Robert G. Nulph

Communication and Sustainability: Exploring nonprofit
environmental groups use of social media

Holmberg, Kim and Iina Hellsten

Twitter and campaign spreading around the 5th IPCC report

Oost Indisch Huis E0.14C

3D Democracy and Social Media

Moderator: Jan Teurlings

Zaid, Bouziane

Internet and democracy in Morocco: a force for change or an instrument for repression

Graham, Leigh Llewellyn

‘Here Comes the Rain Again’: Global climate change, social media, and rising political consciousness in Saudi Arabia

Krzyzanowski, Michal

Communicating and Democratising or Still Just Informing? Discursive Practices on Twitter and the Communication Deficit of the European Union

Milan, Stefania

Algorithms shaping collective identity: From a politics of identity to a politics of visibility

OMHP F0.02

3E Politicians and Social Media

Moderator: Tim Highfield

Merkovity, Norbert

MPs’ Use of Social Networking Sites. A cross-national research

Jensen, Jakob Linaa, Jacob Ørmen, Pieter Verdegem and Evelien D’heer

Tweeting the EU elections: A cross-national study

Hrdina, Matous and Zuzana Karascakova

Parties, Pirates and Politicians: Twitter campaigns before the 2014 EP Elections

Schwartz, Sander Andreas

Echo Chambers By Design: Citizen Debate on Politicians' Facebook Pages

OMHP C1.23

3F Event Publics

Moderator: Brian McNair

Parisi, Lorenza, Francesca Comunello, Andrea Amico

2013 Sardinia floods. Exploring conversations on Twitter among citizens, institutions and Twitstars

Saputro, Kurniawan Adi

The Disaster Publics

Stahel, Lea

Collective Outrage in Social Media - When and Why Hostile Online Crowds Do (Not) Hide Behind Anonimity

10.45 - 11.15

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

11.15 - 12.45

Plenary Conversation 3: Contested media spaces: #Idlenomore as an emergent middle ground

Tinbergenzaal

Speaker: Alfred Hermida

Discussants: Marcel Broersma & Michael Schudson

Moderator: Tamara Witschge

12.45 - 14.00

Lunch

Trippenhuis

14.00 - 15.30

Parallel Sessions 4

OMHP F2.01C

4A Social Media and the Transformation of Value, Values & Subjectivity

Moderators: Carolin Gerlitz & Niels van Doorn

Van Doorn, Niels

The Neoliberal Subject of Value: Measuring Human Capital inInformation Economies

Arvidsson, Adam

Collaborative Crowds. A Digital Ethnography of
Adolescent Fan Cultures on Twitter

Skeggs, Beverley, Simon Yuill

A Sociology of Value and Values

Bucher, Taina

Putting protocols to work: On the politics of the Twitter APIs

Passmann, Johannes

Playing with value(s). Retweet and fav in the
German Favstar Sphere

Tinbergenzaal

4B Community, Audience & Sharing Information

Moderator: Maria Bakardjieva

Kotras, Baptiste

“From one link to another. Web communities and the epistemology of online opinion”

John, Nicholas

Sharing and the boundary between the public and the private

Bolin, Göran and Jonas Andersson Schwarz

The ontology of media use in the age of geo-local and space-based database audience address

Elanor Colleoni

Beyond differences. The Use of Empty Signifiers as Organizing Device in the #Occupy Movement.

OMHP C2.23

4C Broadcasting & Public Engagement

Moderator: Natali Helberger

Selva, Donatella

Social TV: online discursive practices and political engagement

Pond, Philip

Twitter Time: a temporal analysis of tweet streams
during televised political debate

Were, Rhian, Ala' Radi

Social media, public broadcasting and governance: A case study from the Palestinian Territories

Gillespie, Marie

Tweeting Global Events: Soft Power, Publics and the Politics of Participation in International Broadcasting

Oude Vergaderzaal

4D Urban Space

Moderator: Martijn de Waal

Willems, Wendy

Spatialising social media debates: urban sociability and shifting sites of publicness

Arora, Payal

Protest Parks: Digital Activism and the Public Leisure Sphere

Bengtsson, Stina

The Right to the Citi(zen): social media sites and the
transformation of urban space

Despard, Erin

The social mediatization of public parks in the city and new ways of seeing (and shaping?) the public good

Shapiro, Aaron M.

User-generated city

OMHP C3.23

4E Particular Publics

Moderator: Germaine Halegoua

Jensen, Jakob Linaa

The siloization of the public sphere

Boeschoten, Thomas and Karin van Es

Like-Minded Publics on Facebook. An Analysis of the Black Pete Discussion

Lukashina, Yulia

Engagement of users in a Facebook-based counter public

England, Tricia

Stay-at-Home Citizens: Pinterest and the

Gendered Domestic Public Sphere

OMHP F0.02

4F Tracking Data, Constructing Publics

Moderator: Helen Kennedy

Roth, Yoel

Our data, ourselves: Vertical interfaces and surveillance in mobile social media

Bächle, Thomas Christian

Smartphones as Surveillant Agents – New Practices of Identity and the Reconceptualisation of Public Space

Van der Velden, Lonneke

Forensic devices for activism: on how activists use mobile device tracking for the production of public proof

Ananny, Mike

Achieving “Proper Distance” in Infrastructures for Public Witnessing: Analyzing the design and discourse of Google Glass

OMHP A1.18C

4G Global Protests 2

Moderator: Lynn Schofield Clark

Sobrepere, Marc Perelló

Realtime protest and governance in Catalonia

Pischetola, Magda

Protests in Brazil: the role of social media in political action

Özçetin, Burak, Ömer Turan

Fandom and Contentious Politics: Çarşı Fan Group at Gezi Protests in Turkey

Porto, Mauro P. and João Brant

“Digital Platforms and the 2013 Protests in Brazil: The Contradictory Nature of Political Mobilization in the Digital Era”

15.30 - 16.00

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

16.00 - 17.30

Plenary Conversation 4: Engines of Order. Social Media and the Rise of Algorithmic Knowing

Tinbergenzaal

Speaker: Bernhard Rieder

Discussants: Axel Bruns & C.W. Anderson

Moderator: Carolin Gerlitz

17.30 - 20.00

Reception

Trippenhuis

Friday

20 June 2014

9.15 - 10.45

Parallel Sessions 5

OMHP F2.01C

5A Reclaiming the "Social" in Social Media

Moderator: David Domingo

Anderson, Chris W.

What Hating Social Media Means: Economic, Organizational, Cultural, and Material Perspectives on Journalistic (non) Adoption of New Technology

Ford, Heather

Wikipedia: NOTFACEBOOK

Gerbaudo, Paolo

Social Media Activism and Informal Organisational Cultures

Witschge, Tamara and Mark Deuze

Passion, Politics and Play in Journalism Start-Ups

Oude Vergaderzaal

5B Civil Society

Moderator: Marie Gillespie

Kaun, Anne and Dan Mercea

Critical Reflexivity, Informal Civic Learning and the Development of Democratic Imaginaries in Contentious Communication

Hermes, Joke and Christa de Graaf

Social news media. An idealist business case (or a business case for idealism)

Biernacka-Ligieza, Ilona

Web 2.0 communication at the local level

Almgren, Susanne and Tobias Olsson

"Let’s Get them Involved”… to Some Extent:
Conditioning Co-Creative Media Space

OMHP F0.02

5C Creative Industries

Moderator: Jo Pierson

Muse, Eben Joseph

Social networks and the space of bookselling

Silva, Renata Prado Alves

“What are your reading?”: unraveling social networking sites on books

Simons, Jan

Social media and the creative industries

Bushuis F0.22

5D Journalists & Social Media

Moderator: Berglez, Peter

Kalsnes, Bente

Social media as journalistic tools among political journalists and commentators

El Gody, Ahmed

Social Media and the Transformation of post-revolution Egyptian newspapers Public Space

Johnston, Lisette

UGC within the BBC: how covering the Syria conflict has altered journalistic practices and BBC News’ output

OMHP E2.01

5E Togetherness, Trust & Identity

Moderator: Wendy Willems

Marino, Sara

Social Media and the construction of Italian transnational identity in London. Online communities and virtual togetherness.

Leurs, Koen

Digital throwntogetherness and cultural citizenship: young Londoners negotiating the co-presence of various ‘others’ on social media

Bakardjieva, Maria

Making Do with Social Media

Tinbergenzaal

5F Surveillance & Social Media

Moderator: Mike Ananny

Verdegem, Pieter, Shenja van der Graaf

From Participatory Culture to Prosumer Capitalism: Imaginaries of Transparency in the Age of Corporate Surveillance

Kennedy, Helen

What should concern us about social media data mining’s transformation of public space?

Schäfer, Mirko Tobias

Policing the Social Media. Control and Communication in a networked Public Sphere

Holt, Jennifer

Privacy, Data Security, and the Public Spaces of Social Media

10.45 - 11.15

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

11.15 - 12.45

Plenary Conversation 5: Which Public, Whose Service? Social Media and the Role of Public Service Broadcasting

Tinbergenzaal

Speaker: Hallvard Moe

Discussants: Eggo Müller & Irene Costera Meijer

Moderator: Jeroen de Kloet

12.45 - 14.00

Lunch

Trippenhuis

14.00 - 15.30

Parallel  Sessions 6

OMHP F2.01C

6A Reconceptualizing Public Space and Place Through Social Media

Moderator: Louise Barkhuus

Hochman, Nadav

On Hyper-locality: Performances of Place in Social Media   

Lingel, Jessa

Out of the bars, into the profiles: The role of social media in shaping queer spaces in Brooklyn’s Drag Community

Schwartz, Raz

The Social Media Pulse of Public Places

Halegoua, Germaine

“I was aware of her existence in this world only because of Foursquare”: Examining Foursquare users’ experiences of public space and street sociability  

Oude Vergaderzaal

6B Making time, making space

Moderator: Richard Rogers

Weltevrede, Esther, Anne Helmond and Carolin Gerlitz

Pace Online: A Device Perspective on the Making of
Realtime

Hammelburg, Esther

Re-conceptualising liveness in the era of social media

Bucher, Taina,

Theorizing "right time": Kairos and algorithmic culture

Niederer, Sabine, Gabriele Colombo and Sophie Waterloo

Climate Change Vulnerability and Conflict: Climate Debate Mapping with Twitter.

Bushuis F0.22

6C The Formation of Publics Through Social Media

Moderator: Chris Anderson

Lossin, Rebecca

Social Media, Social Art, Social Change?

Agur, Colin

Social Media, Public Spaces and Identity in Indian Journalism

Alsina, Lluis de Nadal

Threats and Promises of Transparency for Public Discourse

Foxman, Maxwell

Gaming the System: Gamification, Playbor and Toying with the Public

Tinbergenzaal

6D Political Communication

Moderator:

Bruns, Axel

Vatnøy, Eirik

Talking with the “Tweetocracy”: A qualitative study of Norwegian political micro-­bloggers

Novelli, Edoardo

The multilevel impact of the Internet on public opinion, media and political system. The case study of the re-election of the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano

Ørmen, Jacob

“Would you like to set the agenda?”: Engagement with political news across media

Maireder, Axel, Stephan Schlögl

The Structure of Political Networks on Twitter
in National and International Contexts

OMHP F0.02

6E Identity & Social Media

Moderator: Koen

Leurs

Taussig, Doron

You’ve got you all wrong: Objecting to the narratives others tell about themselves online

Miguel, Cristina

From Diaries to Profiles: The Rise of Public Intimacy

Miazhevich, Galina

New media and new practices of identity and citizenship of sexual minorities in post-Soviet space

De Ridder, Sander

Intimate social media cultures: Youth, intimacy and regimes of control in social networking sites

Oost Indisch Huis E0.14C

6F Engagement & Participation

Moderator: Asta Zelenkauskaite

Ferrer Conill, Raul

Gamified social media. User engagement and the individualization of online communities

Courtois, Cédric, Bastiaan Baccarne, Pieter Verdegem

What’s a like worth? A multi-level analysis of collective mediated civic participation on Facebook

Tan, Corinne

The Impact of Technologies on Generative Activities on Social Media

Bastard, Irène

“A “hint” of public space? Teenagers’ news sharing activities on facebook”

15.30 - 16.00

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

16.00 - 17.30

Closing Session:

Tinbergenzaal

Speakers: Hallvard Moe, Alfred Hermida, Lance Bennett, Tarleton Gillespie, José van Dijck, Thomas Poell

Moderator: Anne Helmond

Wednesday

18 June 2014

8.00-9.00

Registration

Lobby Trippenhuis

9.00 – 9.10

Tinbergenzaal

Opening

9.10 - 10.30

Plenary Conversation 1: Is Social the New Public?

Tinbergenzaal

Speakers: José van Dijck & Thomas Poell

Discussants: Jean Burgess & Christian Christensen

Moderator: Mark Deuze

10.30 - 11.15

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

11.15 - 12.45

Parallel Sessions 1

OMHP F2.01C

1A “Social Politics: Twitter, Facebook and Reaching out to Voters”

Moderator: Christian Christensen

Highfield, Tim

Election days and social media practices: Tweeting as Australia decides

Larsson, Anders Olof

Assessing the Permanence of Online Campaigning: A comparison of Political Facebook Pages in Sweden and Norway

Christensen, Christian

Targeting Politicians? Twitter and the National Rifle Association

Bruns, Axel

All Politics Is Local? The Twitter Performance of Local Candidates in the 2013 Australian Federal Election

Tinbergenzaal

1B Transformation of Publicness

Moderator: Pieter Verdegem

Salinas, Lara

Digital Public Space(s): redefining publicness

Fletcher, Gordon, Marie Griffiths and Maria Kutar

A Day in the Digital Life Project: Private Spaces v Public Places, can there be a distinction?

Lünenborg, Margreth and Christoph Raetzsch

Media Practices and Social Change: Rethinking Concepts of Publics in the Digital Age

Berglez, Peter and Ulrika Olausson

The Public-Private Sphere: the Constant Oscillation between ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Oriented Communication on Twitter and its Power Relations

VOC-zaal (E0.02)

1C Analyzing Social Media Platforms

Moderator: Niels van Doorn

Taylor-Smith, Ella

A socio-technical approach to studying participation spaces

Pierson, Jo, Ralf de Wolf, Ellen Vanderhoven, Bettina Berendt, Tammy Schellens

Self-reflection in privacy research on social network sites

Nolin, Jan, Nasrine Olson

Social Media Studies: Demarcating a new
interdisciplinary research field

Moats, David J.

The Politics of Group Formation on Facebook: A quanti-qualitative approach to the study of connective/collective action

Oude Vergaderzaal

1D Economics

Moderator: Jeroen de Kloet

Nieborg, David B.

App Economics: On mobile marketing and user acquisition

Tiessen, Matthew

Virtually Taking Public Space to the Bank: Banking-App

Design and Making a Market out of Everyday Social Spaces

Arifon, Olivier, Nicolas Vanderbiest

Integrating social networks in a lobbying campaign: the  
case study of Intermarché, a supermarket chain

Heyman, Rob, Jo Pierson

Sponsored stories as an invasion of the lifeworld. A focus group approach to the attitudes and awareness of Facebook users

Bushuis F0.22

1E Global Protests 1

Moderator: Stefania Milan

Kim, Min Jeong

Expanding a Scope of South Korean Media Strike in 2012: Network Analysis of the Issue Framing on Twitter

Rodriguez-Amat, Joan Ramon and Cornelia Brantner

Fighting against the ball: communicative spaces
of twittered protests

Štětka, Václav, Jaroslav Švelch

The coup that flopped: the role of Facebook in a grassroots political action in the Czech
Republic

Azlan, Nurul Azreen

The Hashtag Game: Protests in Postcolonial Kuala Lumpur

Oost Indisch Huis AT.03

1F Openness, Transparency

Moderator: Steve Paulussen

Baack, Stefan

Open Data and Empowering Intermediaries. Why and how the Open Data Movement wants to transform Journalism

Hille, Sanne, Susanne Janssen

Goldmine or a source of misery? Determinants of success and failure of crowdsourcing in journalism

Kennedy, Helen, Giles Moss

Making Analytics Public: really useful analytics and public engagement

Courtois, Cédric, Kristin van Damme, Lieven de Marez, Toon de Pessemier, Kris Vanhecke, Luc Martens

Properly informed? An analysis of consumption patterns in an algorithm-based mobile news application

12.45 – 14.00

Lunch

Trippenhuis

14.00 – 15.30

Plenary Conversation 2: The Logic of Connective Action

Tinbergenzaal

Speaker: Lance Bennett

Discussants: Richard Rogers & Marlies Glasius

Moderator: Dan Mercea

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

16.00 – 18.00

Parallel Sessions 2

OMHP F2.01C

2A Understanding Contested Public Space with Social Media

Moderator: Jean Burgess

Burgess, Jean, Theresa Sauter

Hashtag as hybrid forum: Controversy mapping, digital methods and the case of #agchatoz

Bruns, Axel, Theresa Sauter

The Emergence of Trending Topics: The Dissemination of Breaking Stories on Twitter

McNair, Brian

Public service media and social media: interactions and impacts

Wang, Wilfred Yang

In the name of nationalism - reproducing
Guangzhou’s geo-identity on Weibo

Light, Ben

Towards a Theory of Disconnection and Social
Networking Sites

Oude vergaderzaal

2B Social Media and Political Contention

Moderator: Paolo Gerbaudo

Rieder, Bernhard

Studying Facebook Pages as
Political Platforms

Poell, Thomas

Facebook in the Midst ofRevolution

Zack, Liesbeth

Language and identity on Facebook: the case of Kullina Khaled Said

Woltering, Robbert

A page and its politics: Situating Kullina Khaled Said in Egypt’s ideological landscape

Abdulla, Rasha

Facebook Polls as Proto-Democratic Instruments

VOC-zaal (E0.02)

2C Global Activism

Moderator: David Nieborg

Mercea, Dan and Marco T. Bastos

Serial Protest Activists: Unpicking the Global Network of Political Activism

Van der Heijden, Chris

Challenging traditional politics Partido X & the collision of public fields in Spain

Dencik, Lina

Organised labour and social media in times of protest

Clark, Lynn Schofield

Padres y Jovenes Unidos: Exploring Internet use and the cultural work of performance among counterpublics

DeLuca, Kevin Michael and Ye Sun

“Weibo, WeChat, and the Transformative Events of Environmental Activism in China”

Tinbergenzaal

2D News and Social Media

Moderator: Ansgard Heinrich

Groot Kormelink, Tim and Irene Costera Meijer

“I can have an opinion without being like, the internet has to know”: How space matters in social (news) media

Hattaka, Niko

Online Remediation of the News on the Eurozone Crisis by the Eurosceptic-Populist Party True Finns

Bakker, Piet

Bigger than the brand. Journalists, social media and
audience relations

Van Damme, Kristin, Cédric Courtois, Jorre Afschrift

Serendipitous news consumption. A mixed-method audience-centred study on mobile devices

Büchi, Moritz

Public Interfaces of Science Topics – News and Tweets

Oost Indisch Huis E0.14C

2E Rating, Selecting, and Criticizing

Moderator: Beverley Skeggs

Zuell, Beatrice

Twitter TV ratings analysis as a new approach to TV Audience Research

Teurlings, Jan

Social media and the commonification of TV criticism

Zelenkauskaite, Asta

Manual and semi-automated user-generated content selection and integration in radio-mediated environments

Pietrobruno, Sheenagh

Participatory Media and the Digital Commons: The Social Archiving of Intangible Heritage

Vonderau, Patrick

The Politics of Content Aggregation

Oost Indisch Huis AT.03

2F Social TV

Moderator: Jennifer Holt

Van Es, Karin

The Promise and Perils of Social TV:The Voice (USA)

Schwarz, Jonas Andersson

Adapting—to the individual, to the industry, to information.
Algorithmic thinking and audience prediction within Swedish Public Service

Alencar, Amanda Paz, Nathalia Alonso Ramos

“Social TV”: How TV News Programs Are Adapting to
the Second Screen?

Woodford, Darryl, Katie Prowd

Everyone’s Watching It: The Role of Hype in Television Engagement through Social Media

Helberger, Natali

Merely facilitating or actively stimulating diverse media choices? – Public service media at the cross-road

Thursday

19 June 2014

9.15 - 10.45

Parallel Sessions 3

Tinbergenzaal

3A Twitter as an Alternative Space for Sourcing and News Selection

Moderator: Michael Schudson

Broersma, Marcel and Todd Graham

Triggering the News, Setting the Agenda

Paulussen, Steve, Raymond Harder

The conditionality of Twitter’s agenda-setting power

D’heer, Evelien, Pieter Verdegem

The tweeting viewer. The use of Twitter during a current affairs TV program

Heinrich, Ansgard

Twitter as sourcing tool - connecting people, transforming journalistic practice?

OMHP F2.01C

3B Prefiguring social media: the culture and technology of 1990s web publishing

Moderator: Niels Kerssens

Ankerson, Megan Sapnar

Making/Unmaking a Social Web: Historicizing the “Read-Only” Logic of the 90s Web

Helmond, Anne

The Platformization of the Web

Stevenson, Michael

Cyberspace, the social graph and other legacies of digital utopianism

Ammann, Rudolf

The estranged subjectivity of insurgent selfhood: Dave Winer, Jorn Barger and the emergence of blogging

Oude Vergaderzaal

3C Activist Communication

Moderator: Payal Arora

Latzko-Toth, Guillaume, Nicole Gallant and Madeleine Pastinelli

The role of social media in major public debates: the case of the 2012 student strike in Quebec

Vrikki, Photini

Storytelling on Twitter: The Occupy Movement and the narratives constructing it

Wong, Shiau Ching

Dissecting the communications ecology behind the anti-National Education movement in Hong Kong

Hartman, Carol Terracina, Robert G. Nulph

Communication and Sustainability: Exploring nonprofit
environmental groups use of social media

Holmberg, Kim and Iina Hellsten

Twitter and campaign spreading around the 5th IPCC report

Oost Indisch Huis E0.14C

3D Democracy and Social Media

Moderator: Jan Teurlings

Zaid, Bouziane

Internet and democracy in Morocco: a force for change or an instrument for repression

Graham, Leigh Llewellyn

‘Here Comes the Rain Again’: Global climate change, social media, and rising political consciousness in Saudi Arabia

Krzyzanowski, Michal

Communicating and Democratising or Still Just Informing? Discursive Practices on Twitter and the Communication Deficit of the European Union

Milan, Stefania

Algorithms shaping collective identity: From a politics of identity to a politics of visibility

OMHP F0.02

3E Politicians and Social Media

Moderator: Tim Highfield

Merkovity, Norbert

MPs’ Use of Social Networking Sites. A cross-national research

Jensen, Jakob Linaa, Jacob Ørmen, Pieter Verdegem and Evelien D’heer

Tweeting the EU elections: A cross-national study

Hrdina, Matous and Zuzana Karascakova

Parties, Pirates and Politicians: Twitter campaigns before the 2014 EP Elections

Schwartz, Sander Andreas

Echo Chambers By Design: Citizen Debate on Politicians' Facebook Pages

OMHP C1.23

3F Event Publics

Moderator: Brian McNair

Parisi, Lorenza, Francesca Comunello, Andrea Amico

2013 Sardinia floods. Exploring conversations on Twitter among citizens, institutions and Twitstars

Saputro, Kurniawan Adi

The Disaster Publics

Stahel, Lea

Collective Outrage in Social Media - When and Why Hostile Online Crowds Do (Not) Hide Behind Anonimity

10.45 - 11.15

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

11.15 - 12.45

Plenary Conversation 3: Contested media spaces: #Idlenomore as an emergent middle ground

Tinbergenzaal

Speaker: Alfred Hermida

Discussants: Marcel Broersma & Michael Schudson

Moderator: Tamara Witschge

12.45 - 14.00

Lunch

Trippenhuis

14.00 - 15.30

Parallel Sessions 4

OMHP F2.01C

4A Social Media and the Transformation of Value, Values & Subjectivity

Moderators: Carolin Gerlitz & Niels van Doorn

Van Doorn, Niels

The Neoliberal Subject of Value: Measuring Human Capital inInformation Economies

Arvidsson, Adam

Collaborative Crowds. A Digital Ethnography of
Adolescent Fan Cultures on Twitter

Skeggs, Beverley, Simon Yuill

A Sociology of Value and Values

Bucher, Taina

Putting protocols to work: On the politics of the Twitter APIs

Passmann, Johannes

Playing with value(s). Retweet and fav in the
German Favstar Sphere

Tinbergenzaal

4B Community, Audience & Sharing Information

Moderator: Maria Bakardjieva

Kotras, Baptiste

“From one link to another. Web communities and the epistemology of online opinion”

John, Nicholas

The social logics of sharing

Bolin, Göran and Jonas Andersson Schwarz

The ontology of media use in the age of geo-local and space-based database audience address

Elanor Colleoni

Beyond differences. The Use of Empty Signifiers as Organizing Device in the #Occupy Movement.

OMHP C2.23

4C Broadcasting & Public Engagement

Moderator: Natali Helberger

Selva, Donatella

Social TV: online discursive practices and political engagement

Pond, Philip

Twitter Time: a temporal analysis of tweet streams
during televised political debate

Were, Rhian, Ala' Radi

Social media, public broadcasting and governance: A case study from the Palestinian Territories

Gillespie, Marie

Tweeting Global Events: Soft Power, Publics and the Politics of Participation in International Broadcasting

Oude Vergaderzaal

4D Urban Space

Moderator: Martijn de Waal

Willems, Wendy

Spatialising social media debates: urban sociability and shifting sites of publicness

Arora, Payal

Protest Parks: Digital Activism and the Public Leisure Sphere

Bengtsson, Stina

The Right to the Citi(zen): social media sites and the
transformation of urban space

Despard, Erin

The social mediatization of public parks in the city and new ways of seeing (and shaping?) the public good

Shapiro, Aaron M.

User-generated city

OMHP C3.23

4E Particular Publics

Moderator: Germaine Halegoua

Jensen, Jakob Linaa

The siloization of the public sphere

Boeschoten, Thomas and Karin van Es

Like-Minded Publics on Facebook. An Analysis of the Black Pete Discussion

Lukashina, Yulia

Engagement of users in a Facebook-based counter public

England, Tricia

Stay-at-Home Citizens: Pinterest and the

Gendered Domestic Public Sphere

OMHP F0.02

4F Tracking Data, Constructing Publics

Moderator: Helen Kennedy

Roth, Yoel

Our data, ourselves: Vertical interfaces and surveillance in mobile social media

Bächle, Thomas Christian

Smartphones as Surveillant Agents – New Practices of Identity and the Reconceptualisation of Public Space

Van der Velden, Lonneke

Forensic devices for activism: on how activists use mobile device tracking for the production of public proof

Ananny, Mike

Achieving “Proper Distance” in Infrastructures for Public Witnessing: Analyzing the design and discourse of Google Glass

OMHP A1.18C

4G Global Protests 2

Moderator: Lynn Schofield Clark

Sobrepere, Marc Perelló

Realtime protest and governance in Catalonia

Pischetola, Magda

Protests in Brazil: the role of social media in political action

Özçetin, Burak, Ömer Turan

Fandom and Contentious Politics: Çarşı Fan Group at Gezi Protests in Turkey

Porto, Mauro P. and João Brant

“Digital Platforms and the 2013 Protests in Brazil: The Contradictory Nature of Political Mobilization in the Digital Era”

15.30 - 16.00

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

16.00 - 17.30

Plenary Conversation 4: Facebook, Breastfeeding, and the Policing of Public Visibility

Tinbergenzaal

Speaker: Tarleton Gillespie

Discussants: Anne Helmond & C.W. Anderson

Moderator: Carolin Gerlitz

17.30 - 20.00

Reception

Trippenhuis

Friday

20 June 2014

9.15 - 10.45

Parallel Sessions 5

OMHP F2.01C

5A Reclaiming the "Social" in Social Media

Moderator: David Domingo

Anderson, Chris W.

What Hating Social Media Means: Economic, Organizational, Cultural, and Material Perspectives on Journalistic (non) Adoption of New Technology

Ford, Heather

Wikipedia: NOTFACEBOOK

Gerbaudo, Paolo

Social Media Activism and Informal Organisational Cultures

Witschge, Tamara and Mark Deuze

Passion, Politics and Play in Journalism Start-Ups

Oude Vergaderzaal

5B Civil Society

Moderator: Marie Gillespie

Kaun, Anne and Dan Mercea

Critical Reflexivity, Informal Civic Learning and the Development of Democratic Imaginaries in Contentious Communication

Hermes, Joke and Christa de Graaf

Social news media. An idealist business case (or a business case for idealism)

Biernacka-Ligieza, Ilona

Web 2.0 communication at the local level

Almgren, Susanne and Tobias Olsson

"Let’s Get them Involved”… to Some Extent:
Conditioning Co-Creative Media Space

OMHP F0.02

5C Creative Industries

Moderator: Jo Pierson

Muse, Eben Joseph

Social networks and the space of bookselling

Silva, Renata Prado Alves

“What are your reading?”: unraveling social networking sites on books

Simons, Jan

Social media and the creative industries

Bushuis F0.22

5D Journalists & Social Media

Moderator: Berglez, Peter

Kalsnes, Bente

Social media as journalistic tools among political journalists and commentators

Zhou, Baohua

Social Media Usage by Chinese Journalists: A survey analysis on youth journalists in Shanghai

El Gody, Ahmed

Social Media and the Transformation of post-revolution Egyptian newspapers Public Space

Johnston, Lisette

UGC within the BBC: how covering the Syria conflict has altered journalistic practices and BBC News’ output

OMHP E2.01

5E Togetherness, Trust & Identity

Moderator: Wendy Willems

Marino, Sara

Social Media and the construction of Italian transnational identity in London. Online communities and virtual togetherness.

Leurs, Koen

Digital throwntogetherness and cultural citizenship: young Londoners negotiating the co-presence of various ‘others’ on social media

Bakardjieva, Maria

Making Do with Social Media

Tinbergenzaal

5F Surveillance & Social Media

Moderator: Mike Ananny

Verdegem, Pieter, Shenja van der Graaf

From Participatory Culture to Prosumer Capitalism: Imaginaries of Transparency in the Age of Corporate Surveillance

Kennedy, Helen

What should concern us about social media data mining’s transformation of public space?

Schäfer, Mirko Tobias

Policing the Social Media. Control and Communication in a networked Public Sphere

Holt, Jennifer

Privacy, Data Security, and the Public Spaces of Social Media

10.45 - 11.15

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

11.15 - 12.45

Plenary Conversation 5: Which Public, Whose Service? Social Media and the Role of Public Service Broadcasting

Tinbergenzaal

Speaker: Hallvard Moe

Discussants: Eggo Müller & Irene Costera Meijer

Moderator: Jeroen de Kloet

12.45 - 14.00

Lunch

Trippenhuis

14.00 - 15.30

Parallel  Sessions 6

OMHP F2.01C

6A Reconceptualizing Public Space and Place Through Social Media

Moderator: Louise Barkhuus

Hochman, Nadav

On Hyper-locality: Performances of Place in Social Media   

Lingel, Jessa

Out of the bars, into the profiles: The role of social media in shaping queer spaces in Brooklyn’s Drag Community

Schwartz, Raz

The Social Media Pulse of Public Places

Halegoua, Germaine

“I was aware of her existence in this world only because of Foursquare”: Examining Foursquare users’ experiences of public space and street sociability  

Oude Vergaderzaal

6B Making time, making space

Moderator: Richard Rogers

Weltevrede, Esther, Anne Helmond and Carolin Gerlitz

Pace Online: A Device Perspective on the Making of
Realtime

Hammelburg, Esther

Re-conceptualising liveness in the era of social media

Bucher, Taina,

Theorizing "right time": Kairos and algorithmic culture

Niederer, Sabine, Gabriele Colombo and Sophie Waterloo

Climate Change Vulnerability and Conflict: Climate Debate Mapping with Twitter.

Bushuis F0.22

6C The Formation of Publics Through Social Media

Moderator: Chris Anderson

Lossin, Rebecca

Social Media, Social Art, Social Change?

Agur, Colin

Social Media, Public Spaces and Identity in Indian Journalism

Alsina, Lluis de Nadal

Threats and Promises of Transparency for Public Discourse

Foxman, Maxwell

Gaming the System: Gamification, Playbor and Toying with the Public

Tinbergenzaal

6D Political Communication

Moderator:

Bruns, Axel

Vatnøy, Eirik

Talking with the “Tweetocracy”: A qualitative study of Norwegian political micro-­bloggers

Novelli, Edoardo

The multilevel impact of the Internet on public opinion, media and political system. The case study of the re-election of the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano

Ørmen, Jacob

“Would you like to set the agenda?”: Engagement with political news across media

Maireder, Axel, Stephan Schlögl

The Structure of Political Networks on Twitter
in National and International Contexts

OMHP F0.02

6E Identity & Social Media

Moderator: Koen

Leurs

Taussig, Doron

You’ve got you all wrong: Objecting to the narratives others tell about themselves online

Miguel, Cristina

From Diaries to Profiles: The Rise of Public Intimacy

Miazhevich, Galina

New media and new practices of identity and citizenship of sexual minorities in post-Soviet space

De Ridder, Sander

Intimate social media cultures: Youth, intimacy and regimes of control in social networking sites

Oost Indisch Huis E0.14C

6F Engagement & Participation

Moderator: Asta Zelenkauskaite

Ferrer Conill, Raul

Gamified social media. User engagement and the individualization of online communities

Courtois, Cédric, Bastiaan Baccarne, Pieter Verdegem

What’s a like worth? A multi-level analysis of collective mediated civic participation on Facebook

Tan, Corinne

The Impact of Technologies on Generative Activities on Social Media

Bastard, Irène

“A “hint” of public space? Teenagers’ news sharing activities on facebook”

15.30 - 16.00

Coffee Break

Trippenhuis

16.00 - 17.30

Closing Session:

Tinbergenzaal

Speakers: Hallvard Moe, Alfred Hermida, Lance Bennett, Tarleton Gillespie, José van Dijck, Thomas Poell

Moderator: Bernhard Rieder

 

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