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Inside CCI: May 28, 2019

Advertising & Public Relations

AEJMC Accepted Papers

Doctoral student Alex Carter, DeForrest Jackson Professor Mariea Hoy, and doctoral candidate Betsy DeSimone had their paper, “Social Media Engagement Tactics in Community Policing: Potential Privacy and Security Concerns,” accepted for presentation by the Communication Technology Division.

Doctoral Student Brandon Boatwright and Associate Professor Courtney Carpenter Childers’ paper, “Are Digital Natives Naïve about Digital Influence? An Exploration of Generational Differences and Understanding of Social Media Influencer Marketing,” was accepted for presentation by the Advertising Division.


Communication Studies

Assistant Professor Jenny Crowley’s reference article on self-disclosure was published by the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication. Read the article here.


Information Sciences

Associate Professor Wade Bishop, serving as Belmont Forum Human Dimensions Champion, delivered the BiodivScen Data Management Workshop in Helsinki, Finland, May 14-15.


Journalism & Electronic Media

AEJMC Accepted Papers

Associate Professor Erin Whiteside had four papers accepted to AEJMC:

  •  Commission on the Status of Women: “Framing Sexual Assault: Rape Myths, Athletic Heroes and the Case of the University of Tennessee Title IX Lawsuit” with doctoral student Charli Kerns, who will be presenting.
  • Sports Communication Interest Group: “Do Women Get Wings? Representation of Female Action Sports Athletes in Red Bull Media Coverage” with Kerns.
  • Sports Communication Interest Group: “Remember My Name: Basketball Writers’ Attitudes Towards Branding and Promotion Via Social Media” with doctoral student Jason Stamm.
  • Electronic News Division: “From Taped up to Mic’d up: Experiences of Former Athletes and the Meaning of Athletic Identity in Sports Media Places” with Allison Smith from the University of New Mexico.

Mark Your Calendar

July 3 1st Session Ends
July 4 Independence Day, UT Closed
July 5 No Class
July 8 2nd Session Begins
Aug. 9 Summer Sessions End