A1 – Asian Philosophies, Religions, and Communication

 

A1-1_ABSTRACT_Uma Bhushan – A model for organisational storytelling from ancient Indian mythology.pdf

 

A1-2 ABSTRACT_Shreeraj Gudi, Shreevatsa Gudi, Dr. D Veerandra –  EFFECT OF SPIRITUAL COMMUNICATION ON INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE AT WORKPLACE.pdf

 

A1-3 ABSTRACT_Louella L. Lofranco – A Spiritual Framework for Philippine Development Historical Insights from the Roman Catholic Church’s Role in Philippine Politics.pdf

 

A1-4_ABSTRACT_Madhu Deep Singh – Principles of Communication in Natayashashtra.pdf

 

A1-5_ABSTRACT_ Shinto Augustine – Shinto Augustine – Sacred space on television in a multi-religious audience domain – Indian experience of religious broadcasting.pdf

 

A1-6_ABSTRACT_Suhendra Usman – The Dull Propaganda of TV toward Cathartic Moslem on Facebook in the Issue of Quran’s Verse Blasphemy in Indonesia.pdf

 

A1-7_ABSTRACT_Therese Patricia San Diego – Beyond the Body Count – Mindful Journalism and the Human-Centric Approach to Reporting the Drug War in the Philippines.pdf

A2 – Political Communication in Online Media Platforms

 

A2A-1_ABSTRACT_Loina Lalolo Krina Perangin-angin – Political Participation in The Mediated Network.pdf

 

A2A-2_ABSTRACT_Weerapong Polnigongit – Online Participatory Communication on Volunteering Community SNSs.pdf

 

A2A-3_ABSTRACT_Francis Dalisay, et.al. – A civic potential for video games in the Asia-Pacific region and the US.pdf

 

A2A-4_ABSTRACT_Francis Dalisay and Godwin Polendey – Linking Acculturation and Political Decision-Making With Offline and Online Political Engagement -The Case Of Filipinos Living .pdf

 

A2A-5_ABSTRACT_Syed Mustaza Alfarid Hussain – Jackson’s Technology Context Scheme and HCl4D Efforts – use of Text-Free User Interfaces as a New Paradigm for Democratising Technology.pdf

 

A2B-1_ABSTRACT_Fanbin Zeng and Huiying Hu – The Analysis of the Forms of Political Participation of the Middle Class in Online Social Movements.pdf

 

A2B-2_ABSTRACT_Zeng Fanbin and Lu Yuxuan – The Internet Use, Political Efficacy and Political Participation of Occupational Middle Class Based on 2013 national sample.pdf

 

A2B-3_ABSTRACT_Harry SI Kom – Digital Humor for Contra-Terrorism Narrative.pdf

 

A2B-4_ABSTRACT_Gilang Parahita – Gullible Groups and Online False News of Indonesia’s Local Politics.pdf

 

A2B-5_ABSTRACT_Elsa Ashish Thomas and Percy Fernandez-Culture, Gastronomy, and the Politics of Beef in India.pdf

A3 – Media and Information Literacy – Discrening Users, Responsible Producers

 

A3A-2_ABSTRACT_Felma Tria and Marilou Gonzales – Media’s Influence on the Out-of-School Youth in Relation to Social Issues and Social Initiatives.pdf

 

A3A-3_ABSTRACT_Puja Mahesh – Rise in Binge TV watching among millennials in Dubai and its impact on their Interpersonal Relationships.pdf

 

A3A-4_ABSTRACT_Hyoungkoo Khang-Exploring Cognitive and Behavioral Antecedents of Perceived Attitudes on Online Discussion – Evidence from South Korea, United Kingdom and United States.pdf

 

A3A-5_ABSTRACT_Shigekazu Kusune – How to combat nationalism and hate speech in SNS and National Media.pdf

 

A3B-1_ABSTRACT_Yoseph B Wiratmojo – Indonesian Youths’ Privacy Practices in Social Networks Sites (SNS) and Their Bullying Experiences in Cyberspace.pdf

 

A3B-2_ABSTRACT_Khan and Quarmal – Mobile Phone as Parenting Device in Dhaka City.pdf

 

A3B-3_ABSTRACT_Bradley Freeman and David Landes – Cant Use It But Finding Ways – Dubai Student Narratives of Mobile Phones in the Classroom.pdf

 

A3B-4_ABSTRACT_Charu Lata Singh – Selfie Phenomenon – Behavioral and Social Implications.pdf

 

A3B-5_ABSTRACT_Rhoda Garzon Campilan et. al. -Social Media Awareness, Attitude, Practice, and Exposure of the Indigenous People in the Province of Iloilo.pdf

 

A3B-6_ABSTRACT_Nani Kurniasari – Education Communication Network of Indonesian Diaspora.pdf

A4 – The Enduring Reign of Community Media

 

A4A-1_ABSTRACT_Punnaporn Archawaranon  – An ambivalent community media- the situation of local community radios in Thailand.pdf

 

A4A-2_ABSTRACTS_Jude William R Genilo – Giving Voice to the Voiceless – Community Radio in Bangladesh.pdf

 

A4A-3_ABSTRACTS_S Bekti Istiyanto – THE EXISTENCE OF RADIO BROADCAST AS  A PRESERVER OF LOCAL CULTURE BANYUMAS.pdf

 

A4A-4_ABSTRACT_Allison Gray Atis – DYVL – Dominating the airwaves through promoting culture and awareness.pdf

 

A4A-5_ABSTRACT_Daljeet Sachdeva and Jatinder Jit Kour – Un-heard Voices can be heard through Community Radio.pdf

 

A4A-6_ABSTRACT_Cheryll Ruth Soriano and Marianne Sison – POLYMEDIA IN A NON-POLYMEDIA ENVIRONMENT.pdf

 

A4B-1_ABSTRACT_Genilo, Bhowmick and Hossain – Community Media Activism on the Environment- The Case of Radio Sundarban.pdf

 

A4B-2_ABSTRACT_Sahil Koul and Neha Pande-Media and Kashmir Unrest- A Comparative Study of Indian National and Kashmir Based Local Media.pdf

 

A4B-3_ABSTRACT_Samuel Claveria, Florence Mutya, Paul Jersey Leron – Level of Community Participation in Buhayani Festival.pdf

 

A4B-4_ABSTRACT_Genilo, Assiuzzaman, Osmani – Small Circulation, Big Impact-A Content Analysis of English Language Newspapers in Bangladesh.pdf

 

A4B-5_ABSTRACT_Benedict O Medina and Serlie B Jamias Communication Platforms and Compliance with Environmental Protection Regulations.pdf

B1 – The Continuing Quest – Asian Communciation Theories And Paradigms

 

B1A-1_ABSTRACT_Usharani Narayana-Media Indexing to Measure Development-Conceptual Framework.pdf

 

B1A-2_ABSTRACTS_Verdy  Firmantoro, Antoni and Sujoko – Rediscovery New Ethic Of Political Communication Toward  Project For Non-Western Theorizing.pdf

 

B1A-3_ABSTRACT_Niti Chopra – Efficacy of the Power of Indigenous Asian Communication Theories, Paradigms, and Models.pdf

 

B1A-4_ABSTRACT_Sonal Nade – Conceptualizing the aspect Identity formation among Indian adolescence during the social media usage.pdf

 

B1A-5_ABSTRACT_Romel A Daya-The Filipinos and the Philippines in Nora C Quebral.pdf

 

B1B-1_ABSTRACT_Megasari Fatanti and Suyadnya-Discovering Communication Ethics Through Ancient Javanese Manuscript – An Exploration Study from Serat Wedhatama and Serat Kalatidha.pdf

 

B1B-2_ABSTRACT_Vanessah V Castillo – Analysis of the Social communiation Process in the Badjao Migrants’ Social Integration.pdf

 

B1B-3_ABSTRACT_Anita Parihar-THE SARDAR SAROVAR PROJECT- AN UPDATE  OF OUSTEES OF MAHARASHTRA, GUJARAT, MADHYA PRADESH STATES OF INDIA.pdf

 

B1B-4_ABSTRACT_Consuelo Angela Santos – Collaborative environment in new media communication – Development Communication in the Emergent Digital Universe.pdf

 

B1B-5_ABTRACT_Prahastiwi Utari – A Down to Earth of Communication Theories – Texts, Contexts and Prospects among Indonesian Users.pdf

B2 – Communication and Culture: Ties that Bind

 

B2A-1_ABSTRACT_Mao Xiaofen – By comparison, what are similarities and differences between Afrocentricity and Asiacentricity on the path of defending Eurocentrism in communication.pdf

 

B2A-2_ABSTRACT_Melati Mediana Tobing – PROXEMICS AND INDONESIAN COSMOPOLITANISM.pdf

 

B2A-3_ABSTRACT_Sapna Naik – Final – Cultural Diversity Promotes Vibrant and Inclusive Societies  –  A Case study of Tibetan settlements in India.pdf

 

B2A-4_ABSTRACT_Ramir Philip Sonsona – Communicating Oral Narratives as Transacting Filipino Psyche.pdf

 

B2A-5_ABSTRACT_Akash and Parool Sharma – Reading Vijay Anand for alternative imaginations.pdf

 

B2B-1_ABSTRACT_Brian Mari Argos-The Portayal of the Aswang in Popular Print Media – A Grounded Theory Study.pdf

 

B2B-2_ABSTRACT_Su Kyung Han and Binod Agrawal – Transnational Intercultural Communication between India and Korea Spreading Buddhism – An Ethno-Cutural and Linguistic Processes Ana.pdf

 

B2B-3_ABSTRACT_Tanya Arora and Alakh Ranjan – Kashmir – A content analysis of Human Rights Issues and Self-Determination using Memoirs.pdf

 

B2B-4_ABSTRACT_Altobeli Lobodally-Why Asian Men and African-American can not be A leader.pdf

 

B2B-5_ABSTRACT_GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS FOR INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY -IMPACT AND SIGNIFICANCE.pdf

B3 – Political Communication in Traditional Media Platforms

 

B3A-1_ABSTRACT_Syed Arabi Idid-Media Use and Political Efficacy in Malaysia.pdf

 

B3A-2_ABSTRACT_Asoka Dias – A Study on Features of Election Laws Pertinent to Mass Communication in Sri Lanka.pdf

 

B3A-3_ABTRACT_Parool Sharma and Akash S.D. – Whose nation is it – Examining popular rehtoric around nationalism, Asianess withs respect to India and Pakistan.pdf

 

B3A-4_ABSTRACT_Francis Dalisay and Yvonne Manglona – Colonial Debt and Its Linkages With Attitudes Toward and Political Expression Regarding the Decolonization Issue on Guam.pdf

 

B3A-5_ABSTRACT_Jem Guinto, et.al. – Keeping Up with the Aetas_ The Role of Communication in the Aetas’ Political Participation in Purok Masikap, Zambales.pdf

 

B3B-1_ABSTRACT_Lupita Wijaya – Frenemy in Media – Maritime Sovereignty and Propaganda on South China Sea.pdf

 

B3B-2_ABSTRACT_Krishan Siriwardhana-MEDIA FRAMING OF THE SRI LANKAN CIVIL WAR.pdf

 

B3B-3_ABSTRACT_J. S. Chithra- Analyzing Political Cartoons of Editorial Cartoonists using Buracks’s Checkliste focusing on an issues that arose in Jawaharlal University.pdf

 

B3B-4_ABSTRACT_Leonor Hernando – Discourses on Development and Poverty Mediated during the PiliPinas Debates 2016.pdf

 

B3B-5_ABSTRACT_Shreeraj Gudi and Shreevatsa Gudi – Radio and Political Messaging – A Study on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat speeches.pdf

B4 – Health Communication – Introducing New Mindsets

 

B4-1_ABSTRACT_Tham Jen Sern – Selling behaviour change – Exploring the roles of the media, non-government organisations and the government in addressing HIV-AIDS in Malaysia.pdf

 

B4-2_ABSTRACT_Malunhao and Sumaylo-Participatory Theater in Health Communication- The Case of Teenage Pregnancy in Davao City, Philippines.pdf

 

B4-3_ABSTRACT_Neeru Johri – Communication Approaches and Strategies in Delaying Age of Marriage and Reducing Anemia among Adolescent Girls in India.pdf

 

B4-4_ABSTRACT_JIM DURAN-Reproductive Choices of Profile Communities in Mixed Method.pdf

C1 – Science Literacy Through Science Communication

 

C1A-1_ABSTRACT_Garry Jay Montemayor – When Scientists’ Life stories are told.pdf

 

C1A-2_ABSTRACT_Mahendra Kumar Padhy and Babasaheb Ambedkar – Conceptualizing an Effective Communication Strategy for Sustainable Development – The Imperatives and Challenges.pdf

 

C1A-3_ABSTRACT_Stanley GAJETE- Bayanihan Batay sa Karanasan – Narratives on Coping Strategies for Natural Disasters by Communities araound Lake Laguna.pdf

 

C1A-4_ABSTRACT_Kamolrat Intaratat and Piyachat Lomchavakarn-MOOC- Pedagogy for Alternative and Life –long Learning for Sustainable Development under Thailand 4.0.pdf

 

C1B-1_ABSTRACT_Eni Maryani, Engkus Kuswarno, Detta Rachmawan-Environmental Communication Based on Cultural Perspective in  Bandung.pdf

 

C1B-2_ABSTRACT_Puji Lestari, et.al. – Model Of Communication Planning For Contingency Plan Of Disaster Risk Management Mount Sinabung Eruption.pdf

 

C1B-3_ABSTRACT_Jade (Xian Jie)-CHINESE MEDIA FRAMES.pdf

 

C1B-4_ABSTRACT_Rex Navarro, Bernadette Joven and Amy Cruz – Mobilizing Science for Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security.pdf

 

C1B-5_ABSTRACT_HEMADDY MORA-RICEUP- DEVELOPMENT JOURNALISM FOR FILIPINO FARMERS -AN EVALUATION OF PHILRICE’S EL NIÑO IEC MATERIALS.pdf

C2 – A Profiting from Business and Marketing Communication

 

C2A-1_ABSTRACT_Manaf Bashir-Measuring Excellence Principles in Kuwait and the UAE – Identifying Barriers and Opportunities toward an Excellent Practice of Public Relations.pdf

 

C2A-2_ABSTRACT_Badran Badran – Rethinking Tactics in Public Campaings in the age Of Social Media.pdf

 

C2A-3_ABSTRACT_Bijal Mehta and Dhanya Joseph – Acculturation to global consumer cuslture in context of experiential consumption.pdf

 

C2A-4_ABSTRACT_Kaigo Umeda – Energy Drink Culture Constructed through Media in Japan.pdf

 

C2A-5_ABSTRACT_Melicent Arig and Ivie Esteban – Representing Asia – The Language of Tourism Business Slogans.pdf

 

C2B-1_ABSTRACT_Deborah Simorangkir – Identities of Flight Attendants as Frontliners of Airlines- An Indonesian Perspective.pdf

 

C2B-2_ABSTRACT_Sylvia Villalobos-Effects of Advertisement Communication with RRL.pdf

 

C2B-3_ABSTRACT_Jindal and Kanozia – Effect of Ground Activations on Brand – Image of Private FM Stations -.pdf

 

C2B-4_ABSTRACT_Dhyah Ayu Retno Widyastuti and Ranggabumi Nuswantoro – Empowering Small Business by Using Facebook as a Marketing Communication Tool to Promote Products with Local V.pdf

C3 – Now Showing – Culture in Asian Cinema and Television

 

C3A-1_ABSTRACT_Marc Agon Pacoma – Nostalgic to Cinematic- Re(e)living Philippine Motion Pictures through Digital Restoration.pdf

 

C3A-2_ABSTRACT_Sangameshwar Rao-How the Indian Filmmakers, Directors and Performers changed the perceptions of Asian Culture and Heritage in Global Scenario.pdf

 

C3A-3_ABSTRACT_Madhudeep Singh and Meenakshi -International Media Junction and Internationalism of Culture- Analysis of India Television Industry.pdf

 

C3A-4_ABSTRACT_John Evan Orias – From text to film – The Tragic Hero in Lino Brocka’s Jaguar.pdf

 

C3A-5_ABSTRACT_Manish Prakash – Re-imagining communication through dis-abled communicators.pdf

 

C3B-1_ABSTRACT_Ruepert Jiel D Cao-Unmasking the Lola – Social Semiotic Analysis of Kalye Serye.pdf

 

C3B-2_ABSTRACT_Katriela Michaela Agustin, Maritoni Carrillo, Celia Tibayan & Gerby Muya – The influence of Hiraya manawari on Children’s Adherence to Values.pdf

 

C3B-3_ABSTRACT_Bimal Sarma – Eight Decades of Assamese Cinema – A Perspective.pdf

 

C3B-4_ABSTRACT_Melicent Jalova – Representations of Corruption in  Indie Film.pdf

C4 – Children and Gender Issues in an Evolving Mediascape

 

C4-1_ABSTRACT_Qiaolei Jang and Guanlan Wang – Mobile phone use and long-distance mothering among female migrant workers in China.pdf

 

C4-2_ABSTRACT_Qiaolei Jang and Guanlan Wang – Mobile phone use and romantic relationship among female migrant workers in China.pdf

 

C4-3_ABSTRACT_Prawinda Putri Anzari and Effy Rusfian-Women’s Political Representation in Online Corruption News.pdf

 

C4-4_ABSTRACT_SB DEVI – A critical Study on the Use of Social Media in Child Trafficking and Child Rights Advocacy using Digital Ethnography.pdf

 

C4-5_ABSTRACT_Ramalakshmi and S Arulselvan- GENDERED SPACES IN CHETTIAR HOMES.pdf

 

C4-6_ABSTRACT_Lynda C. Garcia and Reuben Alagaran –  Integrating Women and Gender Issues in the Curricula of Higher Education Unit.pdf

 

C4-7_ABSTRACT_Quarmal and Osmani – Role of Social Media in Shaping Communication Behavior of Urban Youth in Bangladesh.pdf

D1 – Relearning Communication Education

 

D1A-1_ABSTRACT_Hafied Cangara and Muh. Nadjib-Communication Education in Indonesia.pdf

 

D1A-2_ABSTRACT_Ratna Mala – Caste matters in Communication Education in India.pdf

 

D1A-3_ABSTRACT_Ayesha Tahera Rashid – Ferment in the Field Communication Studies – A critical Relook at the Media Teachssing and Research Contours of Indian Universities.pdf

 

D1A-4_ABSTRACT_Ma. Filipinas Bana – Development Communication towards the embedment of social development concepts into its academic and development thrusts.pdf

 

D1A-6_ABSTRACT_Hommala Phensisanavong-Multilingualism Needed for Lao Mass Communication Education Students.pdf

 

D1B-1_ABSTRACT_Ma. Cecilia A. Ycong – MOTHER TONGUE-BASED MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION – LESSONS LEARNED AND WAYS FOR MOVING FORWARD.pdf

 

D1B-2_ABSTRACT_Anabelle S. dela Cerna-Hegelian Theory in Local History – Araling Panlipunan VII Module.pdf

 

D1B-3_ABSTRACT_Diana Ruth Arcega – EDUCATION SERVICE DELIVERY THROUGH LOCAL SCHOOL BOARDS – A STUDY ON PARTICIPATION AND LEADERS IN BULACAN PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES.pdf

 

D1B-4_ABSTRACT_Felma C Tria – Practicum Performance Evaluation as Indicators to Career Readiness.pdf

 

D1B-5_ABSTRACT_Gina Marchetti – Learning from MOOCs – Producing a Massive Open Online Course on Hong Kong Cinema.pdf

 

D1B-6_ABSTRACT_Komal V. Shah – Online media for Higher Education – Contributions of Consortium for Educational Communication in India.pdf

D2 – Freedom of Expression in a Post-Truth Era

 

D2-2_ABSTRACT_Antoni, Sri Handayani and Nisa Alfira – Press Ethics in Indonesia.pdf

 

D2-3_ABSTRACT_Danilo Arao- A Critical Framework for Analyzing Journalism and the Culture of Impunity.pdf

 

D2-5_ABSTRACT_Diosa Labiste, Yvonne Chua and Crista Rara – Duterte’s Polemics against the Catholic Church as examples of hate speech.pdf

 

D2-6_ABSTRACT_Louella Lofranco-Why the Police and the Media Battle over Numbers.pdf

 

D2-7_ABSTRACT_Redemptus Kristiawan – Media Liberalization in Indonesia – Democratization or Corporatization.pdf

 

D2-8_ABSTRACT_Alakh Ranjan – Media Ethics and Investigative Journalism in India.pdf

D3 – Characterizing Asian Cyberspace

 

D3-1_ABSTRACT_Anuradha Rao – Resisting the neoliberal knowledge society – Civil society efforts to forge inclusive knowledge spaces in India’s IT City.pdf

 

D3-2_ABSTRACT_Lei Lili – Co-Regulation System of Cyber Space in China.pdf

 

D3-3_ABSTRACT_AJI SUTIKNO – ASEAN HARMONIZATION WITH TELECOMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.pdf

 

D3-4_ABSTRACT_Sumit Narula – Resurgent India and usage of Data Journalism – A Critical Analysis.pdf

 

D3-5_ABSTRACT_Phil Hermin Indah Wahyuni -The Third Wave of Indonesian Broadcasting Policy.pdf

D4 – When Children and Gender Make News

 

D4-1_ABSTRACT_Theresia D. Wulandari – Women Politician in Media – Media Portrayed Women Politician in Indonesia from New Order to Current Era.pdf

 

D4-2_ABSTRACT_Mustak Ahmad – Media Coverage of Street Harassment of Women in Bangladesh – A Study on National Dailies.pdf

 

D4-3_ABSTRACT_Sakeena Habib – Celebrity Culture – Representation of Male and Female Celebrities via Tabloids in the UAE.pdf

 

D4-4_ABSTRACT_Kumar and Asheervadam – PORTRAYAL OF   WOMEN IN MAINSTREAM INDIAN CINEMA IN 2016.pdf

 

D4-5_ABSTRACT_M Samandha Smith – A Content Analysis Study on Prioritizing Stalking as Popular Culture in Regional Films – A Threat to Woman Status in Resurgent India.pdf

 

D4-6_ABSTRACT_ALGIN V GULTIA – Effect of Fat Talk on Self-Perception of Body Size and Shape among Female College Students.pdf