Really pleased to receive the Top Paper Award from the Intergroup Communication Interest Group at ICA 2019 Washington. The research was funded by a C-Grant from the Centre for Chinese Media and Comparative Communication Research, and it was my first research examining the effects of music on media perception.
Has been a while since my last conference poster. The next one in May 2017 gives me the chance to brush up on my Adobe InDesign skills! I have been known to take my posters quite seriously. After all, the poster not only presents my research to others, but also represents the brand of my School and university. The least I could do is design a professional looking (though admittedly not aesthetically exciting) poster!
Very pleased to have my first output from a truly international collaborative effort accepted for the upcoming ICA 2017 conference in San Diego, with fellow researchers in the US and Germany: Self-construal, cultural values and everyday life with a smartphone: Intercultural differences in being permanently online and connected.
I also learned something new about APA Style. For referencing papers with eight or more authors one should list the “first six authors’ names, then insert three dots and add the last author’s name”. I am author number 7 out of 9. So I guess I will simply be known as “…” if the paper ever gets cited.
Nice to meet up again with my co-author Jing Guo after three years. When we first met at the AEJMC 2010 conference we were still somewhat fresh PhD students! Jing has since graduated from the University Of Maryland.
Of the total 10 ICA/AEJMC conference papers I have presented so far, 4 of them have been in the form of “poster sessions” – a 40% rate! Here are a couple …