School of Communication Faculty and Students Accepted to ICA Conference

Written by Sara Kissane

This year, the International Communication Association (ICA) will hold its 73rd annual conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 25-29. Reclaiming Authenticity in Communication is the theme of this year’s conference, encouraging participants to explore how authenticity has become a variable, rather than a constant, in public discourses and popular culture across the globe and with what relational, social, political, and cultural implications.

Several faculty and students from the school will be presenting their research.

Bailey, R., Hmielowski, J., Hutchens, M., Ichplani, P., Sparks, J. Using Primary Motivational Aspects of GMO Foods to Shift Attitudes

Bailey, R., Kwon, K., Park, S. Y., Wang, T. Eating Point-of-View in ASMR Videos Alters Motivational Outcomes

Ferchaud, A., Johns, A., Daniel, E. Beloved Bingeable Breakups? The Impact of Binge Watching on Retrospective Imaginative Involvement, Parasocial Relationships, and Parasocial Breakups 

Lee, Sunah. Manufacturing Anticommunism: South Korean Broadcasters‚ Äô Sourcing Trends of North Korean Nuclear Tests Coverage

Liao, J., Raney, A. Know, Love, and Be Thyself: Conceptualizing General Engagement in Eudaimonic Entertainment Experiences (GE4) and Linking it to Self-care Tendencies and Psychological Well-being

Read, G., Yan, H., Bailey, R. Viewing violent policing videos contributes to trauma outcomes beyond experiences with police: A minority health perspective approach