Program
April 2018
 
April 18, 2018

Room 603
10.00 – 10.45 am – Book presentation session

Participants:
Karin Wahl-Jørgensen, Cardiff University, UK
Emotions, Media and Politics (Polity Press)
Margreth Lünenborg, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Media Practices, Social Movements, and Performativity: Transdisciplinary Approaches (Routledge; together with Susanne Foellmer and Christoph Raetzsch)

Moderator: Svetlana Bodrunova, St.Petersburg State University, Russia

10.45 - 11.00 am - coffee break, Room 604

Rooms: 603, 302, 304
11.00 – 12.00 am –
Parallel panels

Room 603: Emotions in political discussions across Europe
Chair: Nina Zhuravleva, SPbU

Hanna Klimpe, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
'Because she's my only love': The controversy surrounding the Volksbühne Berlin as an emotional desire of a leftist movement caught in an impasse

Valery Nechay, National Research University – Higher School of Economics
Media discourse in semi-authoritarian elections: a case of 2016 St.Petersburg electoral campaign

Ana Stojiljkovic,University of Leeds
'The economy is always the number one issue, but it never wins elections': Managing voters' emotions in Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina

Room 302: Measuring sentiment and bias in media content and social networks
Chair: Svetlana Bodrunova, SPbU

Viktorija Car, Hrvoje Jakopović, Jelena Jurišić, University of Zagreb
Use of potential big data analysis tools for detecting emotions and sentiment in communication on social networks

Nikita Tarasov, Ivan Blekanov, St.Petersburg State University
Methods of topic modeling for short texts in social networks

Oleg Nagornyy, Olessia Koltsova, National Research University – Higher School of Economics
Mining problematic media topics online: what reader comments can tell us about readers' perception of news agendas

Room 304: Radical speech and reactions to it
Chair: Anna Smoliarova, SPbU

Precious Chatterje-Doody, University of Manchester
Rhys Crilley, Open University
Mediated militarism: Emotional responses to RT's coverage of the conflict in Syria

Victoria Vziatysheva, Bumaga media project
Hate speech on Telegram: Comparison of anonymous and non-anonymous channels

Ilya Bykov, Irina Gladchenko, St.Petersburg State University
Evaluating aggression in media: A case of the students of journalism and political science in Saint-Petersburg State University

Svetlana Kirschbaum, Ruhr University Bochum
God Forbid!: Emotional futurology as the medial repression of reality


12.00 am – 1.00 pm – Parallel panels

Room 603:
Discursive strategies of emotionality in communication
Chair: Yulia Taranova, SPbU

Sergei A. Samoilenko, George Mason University
Using inoculation against persuasive attacks on character and policy in the context of climate change debate

Agnieszka Sztajdel [skype], European University Institute
Post-truth politics in post-Smolensk Poland

Edwin Koster, Free University Amsterdam
7 Giorni: Emotional Rationality in Films


Room 302: Emotions and discussion borders
Chair: Anna Litvinenko, FU Berlin

Nina Zhuravleva, St.Petersburg State University
A global public sphere of compassion? Language borders and echo chambers in Twitter discussions about Charlie Hebdo

Antje Glück, Teesside University
Feeling different about the facts: Post-colonialism and the use of emotions in the production of news among Indian and British journalists

Sara Garcia Santamaria, University of Sheffield
Repackaging deliberation in the digital age: National values and emotions in Cuban online debate


Room 304: Russian everyday culture and perceptions of environments
Chair: Nikita Basov, SPbU

Alexandra Nenko, Marina Petrova, ITMO University
Emotional geography of Saint-Petersburg: Detecting emotional perception of the city space

Elena Arbatskaya, University of Tyumen
Hashtag of disappointment: Emotional regimes of career failure experience

Natalia Prays, University of Cambridge
Russian culture in literary first-wave emigrants' media texts: Emotional aspects


1.00 – 2.00 pm – lunch, Room 604

Rooms: 603, 302, 304
2.00 – 3.00 pm –
Parallel panels

Room 603: Inevitable emotionality and emotional overload
Chair: Nina Zhuravleva, SPbU

Jan Miessler, Charles University in Prague
Whose objectivity? The struggle around measuring Czech Television's political bias

Monika Verbalyte, Freie Universität Berlin
Inevitably emotional public life and its discontents

Varvara Chumakova [skype], National Research University – Higher School of Economics
Emotional aspect of the information overload in social media: Drawing the map

Room 302: Emotions for user engagement
Chair: Anastasia Folts, Lomonosov MSU

Constanza Gajardo-León, Free University Amsterdam
Tabita Moreno-Becerra, University of Concepción
Affective engagement on young Chileans' news consumption practices for tracing their participatory experiences

Shashidhar Nanjundaiah [skype], Southern Illinois University in Carbondale
Old narrative, new formats: On-screen text graphics as devices of engagement

Pichandy Chinnasamy, PSG College of Arts and Science
Boobalakrishnan Natrayan, Central University of Tamil Nadu
Parental mediation of children television viewing as a by-product of socio-cultural development: Vygotskian framework


Room 304: Media and migration: representations and emotions
Chair: Kamilla Nigmatullina, SPbU

Sheida Shirvani, Ohio University in Zanesville
Strategic communications: Emotion and media management between immigrants and refugees in the United States

Ksenia Semykina, National Research University – Higher School of Economics
Frames and fear appeals in the representation of migration in Russian media

Anna Smoliarova, St.Petersburg State University
Media consumption as emotional behaviour: case of Russian-speaking migrants


4.00 – 5.30 pm – Guided tours to the
State Hermitage