08:45 – 09:15 Registration and Welcome
Conference Venue: Servicegebäude Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Universitätsstraße 65-67, Room K.0.0.1
09:15 – 10:45 Panel 1: Visuals and Emotions in Mediatization Research
Panel Chair: Katrin Döveling
- L. Krainer (Austria): Digitalization as a Joke. Value Judgments in Cartoons.
- K. Parry (UK): #MoreInCommon: Twitter as a Symbolic Space for Collective Mourning in Politically Divisive Times.
- K. Döveling (Austria): From Mediatized Communication of Affect to Digital Emotion Culture(s). Findings, Perspectives and Challenges.
- M. Lünenborg (Germany): Affective Publics – Understanding the Affective Dynamics of Translocal Media Practices.
- K. Müller (Germany): National vs Globalized Moving Images? Reasons for Streaming Despite of Watching Television at Home.
10:45 – 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 – 12:00 Panel 2: CSR and Mediatized Work-Life-Balance
Panel Chair: Sandra Diehl
- F. Weder (Austria), D. Voci (Austria), I. Koinig (Austria), M. Karmasin (Austria): Taking CSR Online in the Digital Age: Manifestations of Media Social Responsibility in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
- I. Koinig (Austria), S. Diehl (Austria): Healthy and Engaged Employees as a Prerequisite for Organizational Health and Success.
- I. Koinig (Austria): Balancing the Requirements of Work and Private Life – Workplace Health Promotion, Flexibility and New Challenges in the Digital Workplace.
12:00 – 12:45 Key Note + Discussion
Prof. Stig Hjarvard (University of Copenhagen, Denmark): Global Mediatization: The Power of Infrastructure
12:45 – 14:00 Lunch break
Restaurant: Mittagstisch, Lakeside Park B06
14:00 – 15:45 Panel 3: Theoretical Approaches
Panel Chair: Sarah Kohler
- T. Grenz (Austria), M. Pfadenhauer (Austria): Mediatization in Theory: A Comparative Approach.
- M. Adolf (Germany): The Media|Knowledge|Matrix: A Framework to Comparatively Research Mediatization Phenomena.
- C. Schachtner (Austria): Transnationalism and Mediatization. Reflections on Global Media Trends from a Cultural and Media Studies Perspective.
- K. Wegmann (Germany): Communicative Construction of Personal Identity Among Young Adults Using the Example of People Engaging in Different Aspects of “Conscious Consumption”.
- N. Bowman (USA): No Node is an Island: Exploring Our Connected Past to Forecast Our Connected Future from a Mediatization Perspective.
15:45 – 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 – 17:45 Panel 4: Interdisciplinary Approaches
Panel Chair: Katy Parry
- G. Leitner (Austria), M. Hitz (Austria), D. Ahlström (Austria), A. J. Fercher (Austria), E. Peshkova (Austria): Mediatization from the HCI perspective – The Role of State-of-the-Art End Devices, Media Prosumers and Customized Information Provision.
- S. Bidmon (Austria), J. Röttl (Austria): The Mediatization of the Patient-Physician Relationship from the Patient’s Perspective: Results from an Online Survey on the Usage of Physician (Rating) Websites in Austria.
- I. Braune (Germany): Parkour as a Mediatized Youth Culture in the Middle East
- A. Stańco-Wawrzyńska (Poland): Terrorism and Media – Interactive Modelling of a Message as a Factor of Terrorism’s Mediatization in the American Television.
18:30 Conference Dinner
Restaurant: Villa Lido, Friedelstrand 1, Klagenfurt