Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

Twenty-sixth Annual International Conference

Westin Dallas Park Central, Dallas, Texas

 February 23 through 26, 2017

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Media and Journalism Ethics

Program Track Announcement

 

Below is the preliminary schedule for the Media and Journalism Track.  Please, verify sessions and times with the official 2017 APPE Annual Conference Program and the hotel reader boards before attending sessions.

Some presentations may be listed in more than one track, based on their subject matter.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

4:15 pm

When the Right of Privacy and Freedom of the Press Collide: The University of Missouri Protest in 2015

Shawn L. K. Fok, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg

 

Best Paper by a Graduate Student Award:

Wars and Rumors: J. S. Mill, Journalism, and War Coverage

Philips A. Stauffer Todd, University of Oklahoma

 

Friday, February 24, 2017

 9:45 am

“A Political Economy Analysis of NBC's and ABC's Primetime Television Sitcoms: The Carmichael Show and ʽblack-ish

Kendall Wright, Media and Journalism, Pepperdine University

 

11:00 am

“#BLACKLIVESMATTER: Creating and Online Discursive Space to Challenge News Media Stereotypes”

Nicole V. Bush, Media and Journalism, Pepperdine University

 

Noon

Lunch with an Author

What Movies Teach About Race: Exceptionalism, Erasure, and Entitlement

Roslyn Satchel, Communication, Pepperdine Universityy

 

1:30 pm

“Framing Difference: Media Treatment of Victims in Two Mass Shootings”

Elizabeth Skewes, Journalism and Media Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder

Tammy Matthews, Journalism and Media Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder

 

3:15 pm

“Mi Secreto (My Secret): How Undocumented Immigrants Can Tell Their Stories to Challenge the Negative Media Frame”

Martha Zavala Perez, Multicultural Dream Center, California State University - Channel Islands

 

4:30 pm

Author Meets the Commentators:

What Movies Teach about Race: Exceptionalism, Erasure, and Entitlement

Roslyn Satchel, Communication, Pepperdine University

Commentators:

Cara Biasucci, Business, Government and Society, University of Texas at Austin

Jess L. Miner, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University

Eric Vaughn, Project 10 Sting Ray, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg

 

Saturday, February 25, 2017

8:15 am

Media and Journalism Special Interest Section Meeting

 

9:45 am

“Political Economy as a Defining Construct in Global Media Ethics”

Robert S. Fortner, Communication and Media, Palm Beach Atlantic University

 

1:30

“Drawing the Line with Ethics: How Journalists Maintain Professional Boundaries in a Participatory Media Environment”

Yayu Feng, Journalism, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Stephanie Craft (not presenting), Journalism, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Tim P. Vos (not presenting), University of Missouri

 

 

If you are not currently a part of the APPE Listserv and would like to be, please contact the APPE Office at appe@indiana.edu.

 

 

Registration is required to attend this event. 

Information on registration can be found on the following webpage: Annual Conference Registration

Please contact the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics for additional information: appe@indiana.edu or 812-855-6450.

 

Yayu Feng, Journalism, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Important Deadlines

  • November 28 End of Early Bird Registration
  • December     Notification of Program Presenters
  • January 9      Deadline for Audio Visual Request Forms
  • January 9    National IEB Team Registration ends
  • January 20    Publisher Ads deadline
  • January 23    End of On-Time Registration
  • February 1    Hotel Reservations deadline
  • February 6   Meal Reservations with Payment deadline