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Session Overview
Location: P514
(cap. 220 - fixed seating)
Date: Wednesday, 02/Oct/2019
9:00am
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5:00pm
Workshop-07: DIGITAL METHODS FOR DIGITAL MEDIA RESEARCH
Location: P514
Chair: Daniel Angus
 

DIGITAL METHODS FOR DIGITAL MEDIA RESEARCH

Daniel Angus, Axel Bruns, Marcus Foth, Timothy Graham, Monique Mann, Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández, Peta Mitchell, Patrik Wikstrom

Digital Media Research Centre, QUT, Australia

Date: Thursday, 03/Oct/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
Panel-02: TRUST IN METRICS?
Location: P514
Chair: Zoe Glatt
 

TRUST IN METRICS?

Arnt Maasø1, Axel Bruns2, Aljosha Karim Schapals2, Kim Osman2

1: University of Oslo, Norway; 2: Queensland University of Technology, Australia

11:00am
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12:30pm
PaperSession-11: Apps
Location: P514
Chair: Kevin Witzenberger
 
11:00am - 11:20am

“I still want to know they’re not terrible people”: Negotiating trust, pleasure and queer ethics in LGBTQ+ young people’s dating app use

Tinonee Pym1, Kath Albury1, Paul Byron1, Anthony McCosker1, Kane Race2

1: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia; 2: The University of Sydney, Australia



11:20am - 11:40am

Trust in Friendship: LGBTQ+ young people and hook-up app safeties

Paul Byron1, Kath Albury1, Tinonee Pym1, Kane Race2, Anthony McCosker1

1: Swinburne University, Australia; 2: University of Sydney



11:40am - 12:00pm

Generational differences in social media use, gender identity, and sexuality among young LGBTIQ+ people in Australia

Brady Robards1, Brendan Churchill2, Son Vivienne3, Benjamin Hanckel4, Paul Byron5

1: Monash University; 2: University of Melbourne; 3: RMIT University; 4: King's College, London; 5: Swinburne University



12:00pm - 12:20pm

Analyzing platform power: App stores as infrastructural platform services

David Nieborg1, Thomas Poell2, José van Dijck3

1: University of Toronto, Canada; 2: University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands; 3: Utrecht University, the Netherlands

2:00pm
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3:30pm
PaperSession-13: Doxxing and Harassment Online
Location: P514
Chair: Janine Aldous Arantes
 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

“LET US TEACH THIS KID A GOOD LESSON”: DISCOURSE OF LEGITIMIZATION, NATURALIZATION, AND JUSTICE IN DOXXING

Carmen Lee

Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong



2:20pm - 2:40pm

Toward a Formal Sociology of Online Harassment

Katherine Alejandra Angel Cross

University of Washington, United States of America



2:40pm - 3:00pm

Examining risk and protective factors for sexting under pressure from a routine-lifestyle theory perspective among early adolescents

Joris Van Ouytsel1, Koen Ponnet2, Michel Walrave1

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: IMEC-MICT Ghent University, Belgium

Date: Friday, 04/Oct/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
PaperSession-20: Assistants
Location: P514
Chair: Alex Louise Bevan
 
9:00am - 9:20am

“ALEXA, CAN I TRUST YOU?”: SMALL SISTERS AND FRIENDLY POWER

Luke Munn

Digital Cultures Institute, New Zealand



9:20am - 9:40am

Trusting smart speakers: a typology of invocationary acts

Chris Chesher

The University of Sydney, Australia



9:40am - 10:00am

INTELLIGENT FAILURES: CLIPPY MEMES AND THE LIMITS OF DIGITAL ASSISTANTS

Nancy Baym1, Limor Shifman2, Christopher Persaud1, Kelly Wagman1

1: Microsoft Research, United States of America; 2: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel



10:00am - 10:20am

THE RETURN OF MEDIEVAL SOCIETY – CONTROL, SURVEILLANCE AND NEO-FEUDALISM IN THE AGE OF THE INTERNET

Jakob Linaa Jensen

Danish School of Media and Journalism, Denmark

11:00am
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12:30pm
Panel-27: Data Selves: Trust, Control and Self-Representation in Digital Society
Location: P514
Chair: Helen Kennedy
 

Data Selves: Trust, Control and Self-Representation in Digital Society

Brady Robards1, Benjamin Lyall1, Claire Moran1, Jean Burgess2, Kath Albury3, Rowan Wilken4, Anthony McCosker3, Terri Senft5

1: Monash; 2: QUT; 3: Swinburne; 4: RMIT; 5: Macquarie

2:00pm
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3:30pm
PaperSession-25: Infrastructures
Location: P514
Chair: Mahli-Ann Butt
 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

The “matter of concern” of digital infrastructure’s bias: what is the role of academics in relation to it?

Neil James Henderson

Deakin University, Australia



2:20pm - 2:40pm

Call me maybe: Social expectations and trust associated with telephony

Cecilie Einarson Pérez, Lorian Leong

Telenor Group, Norway



2:40pm - 3:00pm

CAN DIGITAL CULTURE SURVIVE COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS? INCREASING TRUST IN EXCEPTIONS AMONG SOFTWARE PRESERVATIONISTS

Patricia A Aufderheide

American University, United States of America

4:00pm
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5:30pm
Panel-25: CULTURAL COSMOLOGIES OF THE INTERNET: SITUATING DIGITAL NETWORKED TECHNOLOGIES IN DIVERSE MORAL UNIVERSES
Location: P514
Chair: Kathleen Allyson Hare
 

CULTURAL COSMOLOGIES OF THE INTERNET: SITUATING DIGITAL NETWORKED TECHNOLOGIES IN DIVERSE MORAL UNIVERSES

Alexia Maddox1, Jolynna Sinanan2, Marcus Carter2, Heather Horst2, Michaela Spencer3, Gerhard Wiesenfeldt4

1: Deakin University, Australia; 2: University of Sydney; 3: Charles Darwin University; 4: University of Melbourne

Date: Saturday, 05/Oct/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
Panel-21: THE CHINESE CASE FOR PLATFORMIZATION
Location: P514
Chair: Jakob Linaa Jensen
 

THE CHINESE CASE FOR PLATFORMIZATION

David Craig1, Wei Wang2, Stuart Cunningham3, Elaine J. Zhao4, Jian Lin5

1: USC, United States of America; 2: Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China; 3: QUT, Brisbane, Australia; 4: UNSW, Sydney, Australia; 5: UVA, Amsterdam, Netherlands

11:00am
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12:30pm
Panel-24: A decade of social media elections – a cross-national perspective
Location: P514
Chair: Raquel Recuero
 

A decade of social media elections – a cross-national perspective

Jakob Linaa Jensen1, Axel Bruns2, Tim Graham2, Daniel Angus2, Anders Olof Larsson3, Jennifer Stromer-Galley4, Feifei Zhang4, Patricia Rossini5, Jeffrey Hemsley4

1: Danish School of Media and Journalism, Denmark; 2: Digital Media Research Center, Queensland University of Technology; 3: Kristiania University College; 4: School of Information Studies, Syracuse University; 5: Department of Communication and Media, University of Liverpool

2:00pm
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3:30pm
PaperSession-44: News Automation and Trolling
Location: P514
Chair: Jessa Lingel
 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

Trust in deconstructed recommender systems. Case study: News Recommender Systems

Marijn Martens1, Ralf De Wolf1, Bettina Berendt2, Lieven De Marez1

1: imec-mict-UGent; 2: KU Leuven



2:20pm - 2:40pm

API AND BEYOND: DETECTING COORDINATED BEHAVIOURS IN FACEBOOK INTERACTIONS AROUND POLITICAL NEWS STORIES

Fabio Giglietto, Nicola Righetti, Giada Marino

University of Urbino, Italy



2:40pm - 3:00pm

Trolling for engagement: Australian legacy news outlets seeking audience interaction metrics on Facebook through deliberately divisive content

Edward Hurcombe

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

4:00pm
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5:30pm
AGM: 2019 Annual General Meeting
Location: P514
Chair: Axel Bruns

 
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