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Communication, Media and Civic Culture Bucharest, 18/19 May 2012

Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies University of Bucharest & The Association of Trainers in Journalism and Communication

Communication, Media and Civic Culture Bucharest, 18/19 May 2012

Conference: COMMUNICATION, MEDIA AND CIVIC CULTURE Bucharest, 18th - 19th May 2012

Friday, 18th May 9.00 - 9.30 Registration


Universitatea din Bucureti, Str. Academiei, nr. 14, room 416, fourth floor

9.30-10.00 Official opening of the conference. Welcoming speeches Prof. Liviu PAPADIMA, Vice-Rector of the University of Bucharest Associate prof. Viorica PU, Dean of the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies Prof. Mihai COMAN, Director of the Association of Trainers in Journalism and Communication

10.00 11.00 Plenary session. Media accountability in developing and developed markets. Results of the MediaAct - Media Accountability and Transparency in Europe project (FP7) Room 416 Mihai COMAN, Raluca RADU, Manuela PREOTEASA, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest, Romania

11.00 - 11.30 Coffee break.

11.30 -13.00 Section. Regulating public discourse Room 411 Moderator: Daniela FRUMUANI, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest Civic culture and informal media uses: a comparative case study on the perceptions and usages of Poles and Greeks on free culture Yiannis MYLONAS, Post-Doctoral Scholar, Media and Communications Department, University of Lund, Sweden The Times They Are a-Changing, But Slowly. Citizens Evaluations of Finnish Political Journalism during the Recent Election Funding Crisis Jari VLIVERRONEN, M. Soc. Sc., Researcher Tampere Research Centre for Journalism, Media and Communication (COMET), University of Tampere, Finland

Communication, Media and Civic Culture Bucharest, 18/19 May 2012

Communication, manipulation and censorship. The visit undertaken by Nicolae Ceauescu in Australia (April 1988) and how it was perceived in three press categories: the Romanian press, the Australian official press and the Australian free press Ilie RAD, Prof. Dr., Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Studies, BabeBolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania Media Accountability in Austria in Web 2.0 - to What Extent do Blogs, Twitter and Co. Watch, Reflect and Criticize Austrian Journalism Klaus BICHLER, Mag., Medienhaus Wien, Vienna, Austria 11.30 -13.00 Section. E-developments Room 416 Moderator: Raluca RADU, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest Italy goes digital: all survived, but journalism is changing Sergio SPLENDORE, PhD, Universit degli Studi di Milano, Italy Deliberative Journalism and political participation basic issues and guidelines in the Portuguese regional press Gil Baptista FERREIRA, Prof. PhD, Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra_College of Education, at Coimbra, Portugal The Romanian journalists and PR professionals perceptions on social media roles Cristina COMAN, Prof. PhD & Mihaela PUN, Assist. Prof. PhD, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest, Romania New technologies, social networks and news: # Spanishrevolution Eunate SERRANO CASADO, PhD student, Universitat Autnoma de Barcelona, Spain 13.00-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15.30 Section. Cultural issues Room 416 Moderator: Marian POPESCU, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest Internet, culture civique et prservation du patrimoine culturel immatriel Mirela LAZAR, Matre de confrences Dr & Viorica PU, Matre de confrences Dr, Facult de Journalisme et des Sciences de la Communication, Universit de Bucarest, Roumanie Cultural Consumption and the Role of Media in Promoting Cultural Values Gabriela RUSU-PSRIN, Reader PhD. University of Craiova, Romania LImage de la justice dans la presse roumaine postcommuniste Daniela FRUMUSANI, Prof. Dr., Mdlina POPARTARU, tud., Facult de Journalisme et des Sciences de la Communication, Universit de Bucarest, Roumanie & Adriana TEFANEL, Asist.Dr., LUniversit Ecologique, Bucarest, Roumanie
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The role of the media in hyper-aesthetics of public space Iasmina PETROVICI, Junior lecturer PhD., Faculty of Political Science, Philosophy and Communication Sciences, West University of Timioara, Romania Mdias et march alternatif : une nouvelle lecture de lespace public pendant la Roumanie de Ceausescu Alexandra BARDAN, Dr., Universit Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, France 14.00-15.30 Section. Transnational public spaces Room 411 Moderator: Viorica PU, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Buchares La politique et le spectacle de tlvision dans lespace publique franais Andreea TILIUC, Associated Assistant, Al.I.Cuza University in Iai, reporter at TVR Iai, Romania Radio France Internationale Roumanie communaut communicationnelle dans la sphre publique europenne Irina GHINE, tud., Facult de Journalisme et des Sciences de la Communication, Bucarest Social On-line Networking contribution to Cultural Globalization Delia DUMINIC, Assist. Prof., PhD Student & Georgiana POPESCU, PhD Lecturer, Faculty of Socio-Humanistic Studies, University of Piteti, Romania Why can not the journalists' professional cultures be compared? Evidence from Worlds of Journalism Project Natalia VASILENDIUC, Assist. Prof. Ph.D., PostDoc (strategic grant POSDRU/89/1.5/S/62259), Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest, Romania 15.30-16.00 - Coffee break

16-00-17.00 Plenary session. On media and the responsible citizen. Results of the Mass media and the democratic and responsible citizenship (CNCSIS) Room 416 Mihai COMAN, Oana BLU, Antonio MOMOC, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest

Communication, Media and Civic Culture Bucharest, 18/19 May 2012

Saturday, 19th May 9.00-9.30 Registration 9.30 10.00 Plenary session. European Journalism Observatory in Romania Room 416 10.00 - 11.30 Section. Alternative public spheres Room 416 Moderator : Mirela LAZR, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest Old is not sexy. How mass media do (not) write about seniors, and how Swiss seniors started their own e-newspapers Karen TORBEN-NIELSEN MA, PhD candidate, University of Lugano & Bern University of Applied Sciences & Stephan RUSS-MOHL, Dr. Prof, University of Lugano, Switzerland Media symbols of Rosia Montana project and their impact on the Romanian public sphere Diana Elisabeta POPESCU, PhD student, Universit Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3, Paris, France Effects of mass communication. Protests in Romania, January 2012 Simona BADER, Asist. Prof, PhD student, Faculty of Political Studies, Philosophy and CommunicationStudies, West University of Timioara, Romania Protecting Human Dignity - from criminal penalty to civil remedies. Before and after the enactment of the Romanian New Civil Code Daniel Mihai DRAGNEA, Junior lecturer, PhD candidate, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest, Romania 10.00 - 11.30 Section. Culture and public spaces Room 411 Moderator : Ilie RAD, Babe-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca Anthropology and Journalism: The television performance of the Abruzzo's Earthquake (April - June 2009) Marina BRANCATO, PhD, Department of Social Sciences, University of Naples LOrientale, Italy The Representation of Heroes in Internal Communication Carmen GHI, PhD Student, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest, Romania
Communication, Media and Civic Culture Bucharest, 18/19 May 2012

Web 2.0 Changes and Challenges towards a Better Communication with the Citizens Mirela ABRUDAN, Senior Lecturer Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. & Delia Cristina BALABAN, Ph.D. Department of Communication, Public Relations and Advertising, Babe-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania Patriotism in Romanian advertising as a mean to recover the national identity Mdlina Moraru (BUGA), Lecturer Professor Ph.D., Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication Studies, PostDoc (strategic grant POSDRU/89/1.5/S/62259), University of Bucharest, Romania 11.30 12.00 Closing of the conference

Communication, Media and Civic Culture Bucharest, 18/19 May 2012

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