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By Jessie Daniels

Digital Sociology Mini-Conference 2019 Schedule

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Day 1:

Thursday 3:30 PM-5:00 PM

Digital Sociology: Happy Hour 

Open Dialog: Supporting Academics/Researchers Targeted for Harassment: Information Sharing & Strategies

Papa Razzi – 159 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
https://www.paparazzitrattoria.com/
Come on by starting at 3:30 – grab a glass of vino or an Italian soda and join us for a discussion about privacy and publicity.
Rachel M. Durso, Washington College; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University; Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania

Day 2: 

Friday 8:30 AM-10:00 AM

 

43. Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology: II. The State, Social Movements & Democracy –Cambridge

Presiders: Rachel M. Durso, Washington College; Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University

Can Blockchain Save Democracy? An Experiment by Democracy.Earth So Yun Ahn, University of Wisconsin – Madison

The Revolution Will Be Digitized: The Women’s (Cyber)March for Disability Rights Josephine Barnett, City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center

“Community or Catharsis? Online Activism, IRL Community, and Social Agency” Berge Apardian, California State University at Los Angeles

The internet, digital capitalism, and the state: How the material stuff of information became a problem for state power Norma Tamaria Mollers, Queens University

 

Friday 10:15 AM-11:45 AM

 

64. Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology: III. Labor & Economies –Cambridge

Presiders: Rachel M. Durso, Washington College; Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University


The Fault In The Stars: Public Reputation And The Reproduction Of Racial Inequality On Airbnb Mehmet Cansoy, Fairfield University

Alternative Data and the Myth of Financial Freedom Tamara Nopper, Rhode Island College

Platform Mediated Labor Management – Uber & Amazon Mechanical Turk comparison Nga Than, CUNY Graduate Center

The Active Construction of Passive Investors: Toward Robo Economicus Adam Hayes, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Friday 1:45 PM-3:15 PM

 

106. Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology: IV. Social Conflict and Control –Cambridge

Presiders: Rachel M. Durso, Washington College; Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University


Decoding the Drug War: The Racial Politics of Digital Audience Reception Michael Rosino, University of Connecticut

Symbolic Violence, Norm Durability, and Social Order in New York City Public Housing Lisa Lucile Owens, Columbia University

An Interactionist Approach to Digitally Mediated Social Conflict Jessica Emami, Marymount University

Digital resistance: Online responses to racial microaggressions Rob Eschmann, Boston University

 

Friday 3:30 PM-5:00 PM

 

127. Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology: V. Disinformation –Cambridge

Presiders: Rachel M. Durso, Washington College; Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University


Platforms for Propaganda? The Rise of Anti-Democratic Media in the Post-Fairness Doctrine Era Stephen Barnard, St. Lawrence University

Moderating Content Means Moderating Movements Joan Donovan, Harvard Kennedy School

Celebrity, Fandom, and The Source Credibility of Political Influencers Becca Lewis, Stanford University

Searching for Alternative Facts – Making Meaning through Scriptural Inference Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University

 

Day 3:

Saturday 8:30 AM-10:00 AM

 

152. Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology: VI. Digital Identities –Cambridge

Presiders: Rachel M. Durso, Washington College; Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University



Privacy, Surveillance and Identity: An Ongoing Exchange in the Digital Age Alecea Standlee, Gettysburg College; Francesca Rizzi, Gettysburg College; Josephine Rivera, Gettysburg College

Social Media, Power, and the Representation of Race in Internet-Based Media Companies: The Case of Black Twitter Amber M. Hamilton, University of Minnesota at Twin Cities

An #Instagood Status Update: Claiming and Seeking Status on Instagram Floor Fiers, St. Lawrence University

Building a Predictive Public Sociology for Algorithmic Abuse by Centering Marginalized Perspectives Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania

 

Saturday 10:15 AM-11:45 AM

 

174. Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology: VII. Digital Interactions –Cambridge

Presiders: Rachel M. Durso, Washington College; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University; Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania


Digital Deprivation: A Challenge to Well-Being, Social Integration and the Sense of Living a Meaningful Life Cristina Bodinger-deUriarte, California State University at Los Angeles

Powering Down: Agentic frameworks for observing social and emotional connection in the Millennial Generation Daniel Kenji Okamura, University of Nevada at Las Vegas

“Heyyy Winky-Face”: Technology and Evolving Cultures of Romance Dina Pinsky, Arcadia University



“Is Unmediated More? When In-Person Interaction is (and is not) an Analog for one’s digital presence.” Berge Apardian, California State University at Los Angeles

 

Saturday 1:45 PM-3:15 PM

 

217. Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology: VIII. Digital Communities –Cambridge

 

Presiders: Rachel M. Durso, Washington College; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University; Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania


Atheists online: Reaping the Benefits of the World Wide Web Nikolitsa Grigoropoulou, University of North Texas

Virtual encounters around a tough past: analysis of a community of former interns of a Brazilian Institution of Marginalized Children and Adolescents veridiana domingos cordeiro, University of Chicago

Community Formations on Discord Justin Richard Levine, Temple University

Minus World: The Impact of Hostile Online Interactions in the Gaming Community Has on Women and People of Color Dion Campbell, University of Florida

 

265. Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology: X. Media Policies and Platforms — Holmes

Presiders: Rachel M. Durso, Washington College; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University; Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania



Corporate Hegemony on Digital Technology David Michael Arditi, University of Texas at Arlington

Islands in the Stream: How digital music piracy became a normal activity Daniel Kenji Okamura, University of Nevada at Las Vegas

Imagining Forward Alaina Nicole Lynch, SUNY Cortland; Anna Curtis, SUNY Cortland

Saturday 3:30 PM-5:00 PM

 

241. Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology: IX. Health & Social Well-Being –Cambridge

Presiders: Leslie Jones, University of Pennsylvania; Francesca Tripodi, James Madison University


The use of mobile technology for data collection in health research in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic literature review Morayo Bade-Adebowale, The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Benjamin Palafox, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Maureen L. Seguin, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Socio-Demographic Patterns of Digital Divide in Health Information Literacy Gul Seckin, University of North Texas

From Symptoms to Superpowers: A Comparative Study of the Fetishization of Schizophrenia in Modern American (U.S.) Science Fiction Mediums Samantha Melton, Harvard University

Technological Resources for Domestic Violence Outreach: An Interactive Mapping Application Approach Rachel M. Durso, Washington College

 

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