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Exploring The Impact Of Ohio Agricultural Organizations’ Social Media Use On Traditional Media Coverage Of Agriculture, Leigha Haller, Annie R. Specht, Emily B. Buck 2019 The Ohio State University

Exploring The Impact Of Ohio Agricultural Organizations’ Social Media Use On Traditional Media Coverage Of Agriculture, Leigha Haller, Annie R. Specht, Emily B. Buck

Journal of Applied Communications

One of the nation’s most important industries, agriculture, has adopted social media to communicate with consumers and the public. At the same time, traditional news media remains important to the agriculture industry because many consumers still receive information about agriculture from sources such as newspapers and television. Little literature at the time of this study explored how social media is used specifically as a media relations tool. The purpose of this study is to examine how agricultural organizations in Ohio communicate via social media and how the messages could impact central Ohio traditional media outlets’ coverage of agricultural issues ...


A Pilot Qualitative Case Study Of Agricultural And Natural Resources Scientists’ Twitter Usage For Engaging Public Audiences, Jamie Loizzo, Catherine Jones, Abby Steffen 2019 University of Florida

A Pilot Qualitative Case Study Of Agricultural And Natural Resources Scientists’ Twitter Usage For Engaging Public Audiences, Jamie Loizzo, Catherine Jones, Abby Steffen

Journal of Applied Communications

Scientists are frequently asked to broadly share their expertise and research with a variety of audiences, beyond typical academic circles in their home disciplines. That could include developing community engagement programs, school outreach, leveraging online social networks, and other activities. The purpose of this study was to examine U.S. agricultural and natural resources (ANR) scientists’ typical science communication channels, their experiences utilizing Twitter for sharing their knowledge, research, and engaging in online public science discussion. Diffusion of Innovations theory and the model of science in-reach versus outreach guided this study. Researchers used a qualitative case study design. Data collection ...


Communication Crisis In Tourism Office: Negative News By Online Media, faustyna faustyna faustyna, Lukiati Komala Erdiana, Hanny .. Hafiar ., Iriana .. Bakti . 2019 Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung dan Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara, Indonesia

Communication Crisis In Tourism Office: Negative News By Online Media, Faustyna Faustyna Faustyna, Lukiati Komala Erdiana, Hanny .. Hafiar ., Iriana .. Bakti .

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Abstract

Objective: This study aims to provide an explanation of how the Medan Tourism Office carries out communication crisis activities on negative coverage produced by online media on the culinary tour "Merdeka Walk" Medan Methodology: This research uses the constructivism paradigm. Ontologically, mental construction on social experience is local and specific and depends on the party doing it.. Finding: Negative coverage by online media triggered by fallen trees in 2017 at night culinary tourism location in "Merdeka Walk" has drawn a response from the Governor of North Sumatra with intrusion closing and diverting the function of night culinary tourism location ...


Digital Addiction: A Conceptual Overview, Amarjit Kumar Singh, Pawan Kumar Singh 2019 Chapra Cental School (CCS), Chapra, Bihar

Digital Addiction: A Conceptual Overview, Amarjit Kumar Singh, Pawan Kumar Singh

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Abstract

Digital addiction referred to an impulse control disorder that involves the obsessive use of digital devices, digital technologies, and digital platforms, i.e. internet, video game, online platforms, mobile devices, digital gadgets, and social network platform. It is an emerging domain of Cyberpsychology (Singh, Amarjit Kumar and Pawan Kumar Singh; 2019), which explore a problematic usage of digital media, device, and platforms by being obsessive and excessive. This article analyses, reviewed the current research, and established a conceptual overview on the digital addiction. The research literature on digital addiction has proliferated. However, we tried to categories the digital addiction ...


Complete Issue. Volume 2, Issue 2, 2019 University of Central Florida

Complete Issue. Volume 2, Issue 2

Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research

This is the full issue of JICRCR Volume 2, Issue 2.


Social Media Posts On Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Explosion: A Comparative Analysis Of Crisis Framing And Sentiments In Three Nations, Seok Kang, KyuJin Shim, Jiyoun Kim 2019 The University of Texas, San Antonio

Social Media Posts On Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Explosion: A Comparative Analysis Of Crisis Framing And Sentiments In Three Nations, Seok Kang, Kyujin Shim, Jiyoun Kim

Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research

This study explores the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explosion crisis by analyzing posts on Twitter in three nations: the United States, Australia, and South Korea. Using the perspectives of generic frames, issue-specific frames, cross-national frames, and user sentiment on Twitter, this study analyzes 600 posts (200 from each nation). Results reveal that Twitter posts frequently framed the crisis using attribution, morality, and conflict frames. Posts about the explosion were more professional frame oriented than national frame oriented. Negative sentiment was dominant in Twitter posts about the explosion. Morality, corporate breakdown, and customer concerns were highly associated with negative sentiment. The ...


Cyberbullying And Teenage Mental Health, Emma Renfro, Melony Shemberger 2019 Murray State University

Cyberbullying And Teenage Mental Health, Emma Renfro, Melony Shemberger

Posters-at-the-Capitol

Abstract Cyberbullying is something that is becoming prevalent in today’s digital society. It is something that impacts more than one age group, but the primary age group seems to be aged 13-18. As a society, it is recognized that cyberbullying happens. However, how often does one stop to think deeper? In this research, I will approach cyberbullying from a mental health standpoint. I will demonstrate things such as why certain demographics are more susceptible to the impact of cyberbullying, what mental illnesses are caused by cyberbullying, and present statistics that, hopefully, motivate people to begin to combat this issue ...


Surveillance And The Self: Understanding Privacy And Identity In Digital Environments, Alecea Ritter Standlee 2019 Gettysburg College

Surveillance And The Self: Understanding Privacy And Identity In Digital Environments, Alecea Ritter Standlee

Friday Forum

The widespread use of internet enabled devices among contemporary US adults has given rise to a series of questions about issues of identity, privacy and group behaviors. The increasing use of algorithmic systems in social media and the attendant privacy concerns among users may also contribute to increased levels of strategic management of identity among users. In order to contribute to this discussion, this project examines perceptions and practices of privacy and self-representation in digital spaces among college age adults 18-24. This project utilizes semi-structured interview data collected with college students in the Eastern United States and focuses on both ...


Use Of Culture In The Website Brand Management Of Kentucky Wine Producers, Benjamin J. Triana 2019 University of South Carolina-Aiken

Use Of Culture In The Website Brand Management Of Kentucky Wine Producers, Benjamin J. Triana

The Qualitative Report

Digital and social media offer new opportunities for communication for brands, producers, and their stakeholders, especially for local producers with limited access to multiple industry-related marketing and communication resources. This study examines the digital brand management practices presented on the websites of Kentucky wine producers. The study analyzed all available Kentucky wine websites during the length of the study (2013-2015) with emphasis on the use of culture in the brand messaging. Cultural symbols were identified as the primary associations adopted by Kentucky wine brands for differentiation and recognition. Kentucky wine producers employ a combination of local, unique, international wine community ...


Abc V. Aereo And The Humble Judge, James Y. Stern 2019 William & Mary Law School

Abc V. Aereo And The Humble Judge, James Y. Stern

James Y. Stern

No abstract provided.


The Road To The Virtual Courtroom? A Consideration Of Today’S -- And Tomorrow’S -- High Technology Courtrooms, Fredric I. Lederer 2019 William & Mary Law School

The Road To The Virtual Courtroom? A Consideration Of Today’S -- And Tomorrow’S -- High Technology Courtrooms, Fredric I. Lederer

Fredric I. Lederer

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of Courtroom Technologies On And In Appellate Proceedings And Courtrooms, Fredric I. Lederer 2019 William & Mary Law School

The Effect Of Courtroom Technologies On And In Appellate Proceedings And Courtrooms, Fredric I. Lederer

Fredric I. Lederer

No abstract provided.


The Courtroom Technology Wars Are Here!, Fredric I. Lederer 2019 William & Mary Law School

The Courtroom Technology Wars Are Here!, Fredric I. Lederer

Fredric I. Lederer

No abstract provided.


Technology-Augmented Courtrooms: Progress Amid A Few Complications, Or The Problematic Interrelationship Between Court And Counsel, Fredric I. Lederer 2019 William & Mary Law School

Technology-Augmented Courtrooms: Progress Amid A Few Complications, Or The Problematic Interrelationship Between Court And Counsel, Fredric I. Lederer

Fredric I. Lederer

No abstract provided.


The Courtroom 21 Project: Creating The Courtroom Of The Twenty-First Century, Fredric I. Lederer 2019 William & Mary Law School

The Courtroom 21 Project: Creating The Courtroom Of The Twenty-First Century, Fredric I. Lederer

Fredric I. Lederer

No abstract provided.


Technology Augmented Litigation--Systemic Revolution, Fredric I. Lederer 2019 William & Mary Law School

Technology Augmented Litigation--Systemic Revolution, Fredric I. Lederer

Fredric I. Lederer

This article reviews key aspects of high technology litigation, including technology augmented court records, two-way video arraignment and testimony, and technology based evidence display, and posits some of the critical jurisprudential and pragmatic issues posed by the use of such technologies


Some Thoughts On The Evidentiary Aspects Of Technologically Produced Or Presented Evidence, Fredric I. Lederer 2019 William & Mary Law School

Some Thoughts On The Evidentiary Aspects Of Technologically Produced Or Presented Evidence, Fredric I. Lederer

Fredric I. Lederer

No abstract provided.


Impractically Obscure? Privacy And Courtroom Proceedings In Light Of Webcasting And Other New Technologies, Fredric I. Lederer, Rebecca Green 2019 William & Mary Law School

Impractically Obscure? Privacy And Courtroom Proceedings In Light Of Webcasting And Other New Technologies, Fredric I. Lederer, Rebecca Green

Fredric I. Lederer

No abstract provided.


Courtroom Technology, A Judicial Primer, Fredric I. Lederer 2019 William & Mary Law School

Courtroom Technology, A Judicial Primer, Fredric I. Lederer

Fredric I. Lederer

No abstract provided.


Courtroom Technology: For Trial Lawyers The Future Is Now, Fredric I. Lederer 2019 William & Mary Law School

Courtroom Technology: For Trial Lawyers The Future Is Now, Fredric I. Lederer

Fredric I. Lederer

No abstract provided.


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