Members of the Emmy Noether research group are involved in five research papers presented at the upcoming annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) in Fukuoka, Japan, 9-14 June 2016. Further details concerning these research projects can be accessed through the official program of the conference via the following links:
- Anna Litvinenko & Svetlana Bodrunova - Patterns of political behavior on social networking platforms in Russia: Facebook vs. Vkontakte
- Florian Toepfl - Beyond the Four Theories: Towards a Discourse Approach to the Comparative Study of Media and Politics
- Florian Toepfl - Innovating Consultative Authoritarianism: Internet Votes as a Digital Tool to Stabilize Nondemocratic Rule
- Florian Toepfl & Bingchun Meng - Comparing Official Discourses on the Media and Politics in China and Russia
- Florian Toepfl - Breaking the Stalemate of Leaderless Protest: Internet Elections as a Digital Tool to Centralize Collective Action in Russia
In addition, Anna Litvinenko has acted as the organizer of the panel on Internet-Mediated Communication and Politics in the Post-Soviet World. For further information and details on any of these projects, please feel free to contact the authors by email anytime.