Conference Presentation of INFOCORE theoretical framework at ISPP 2013 in Herzliya, Israel

Two INFOCORE team members have won two of the major awards at this year’s International Communication Association (ICA) Annual Conference in Seattle, WA: Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt is winner of the 2014 ICA Outstanding Article Award for her article “Bridging Collective Memories and Public Agendas: Toward a Theory of Mediated Prospective Memory“, published in Communication Theory 23(2), […]

Berganza, R., Carratalá,  A., de Miguel, R. and Herrero, B.,“La ‘agenda building’ aplicada al análisis de la comunicación política en conflictos bélicos”. Presented at the International Conference of the Political Communication Association (ACOP).

1.  Title of Presentation: CHANGING ROLE OF JOURNALISTS IN POST-CONFLICT COUNTRIES. By: Hoxha Abit 2. Title of Presentation: (Informing conflict prevention, response & resolution: The INFOCORE consortium’s approach to production and dissemination of news in violent conflict By: Romy Fröhlich, Christian Baden, Rosa Berganza, Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou, Marie-Soleil Frère, Thomas Hanitzsch, Christoph Meyer, Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Georgios […]

INFOCORE scholars presented three papers at the ISA conference in Atlanta, themed “Exploring Peace”. Entering into discussion with the community of conflict scholars and political scientists, the panel addressed the roles of cognitions vs. emotions, specific influences vs. wide media ecologies, and the rising prominence of new actors such as NGOs.    The three INFOCORE […]

66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) I. “Media’s impact on key actors in violent conflicts.” Panel convener: Marc Jungblut Berganza, R., Arcila, C., López Navas, C., Herrero, B., Carratalá, A., Echavarria, P., Lavin, E., & Perelló, S.: “Escalation/pacification of violent conflicts: the role of media on European Parliamentary debates.” Gonen, Y., & […]

9-12 November 2016, Prague, Czech Republic. 6th European Communication Conference European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA)  Fröhlich, R. (2016). The framing of women in strategic communication on war and violent conflict – A reproduction of harmful gender stereotypes? Results from an international large-scale framing analysis. Paper presented at the ECREA conference, 9.-12. November 2016, […]

Joint workshop with MeCoDEM and Vox Pol on “Social Media, Conflict and Democracy: Utopian Visions, Dystopian Futures and Pragmatic Policies”. #ICTconflict For the live stream, agenda and workshop outline, click here.