2009 Presented Conference Papers, Graduate Students

Jodie LUU. (July 2009). What Choice for Nonprofit Organizations in Singapore? Paper presented From Social Butterfly to Urban Citizen: A HCSNet Workshop on Social and Mobile Technology to Support Civic Engagement at Queensland University of Technology.

Nekmat, E. (2009, July). Youth Internet literacy: The relevance of contextual knowledge and inter-personal influences in the search and evaluation of online information. The 4th Asian Graduate Forum on Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore.

Ganga SASIDHARAN. (August 2009). The View from within: Internal Publics and Corporate Social Responsibility. Paper to be presented to the Public Relations Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication at its annual convention in Boston, U.S.A.

Soon, C. & Cho, H. (2009). Politics online: Who’s in and who’s out in the network of bloggers, parties and political organizations. Full paper to be presented at AoIR Conference “Internet Research 10.0: Internet – Critical”, October 7-10, 2009, Milwaukee, U.S.A.

Soon, C. (2009). “Politicizing blogging: blogging networks as emerging social movements”. Panel paper to be presented at AoIR Conference “Internet Research 10.0: Internet – Critical”, October 7-10, 2009, Milwaukee, U.S.A.

Soon, C. (2009). “Blogging networks as an emerging social movement: Dynamics in online and offline networks, and implications for engendering change.” Proposal selected for pre-conference workshop at AoIR Conference “Internet Research 10.0: Internet – Critical”, October 7-10, 2009, Milwaukee, U.S.A.

Cheryll Ruth R. SORIANO. (October 2009). Understanding Democracy in Diversity: Online Deliberative Spaces and the Ethnoreligious Divide in the Philippines. Presented at the Living the Information Society: the Impact of ICTs on People, Work, and Communities in Asia Conference, Manila, October, 2009; Paper also accepted at the APSTN Network Conference, Brisbane, Australia

Margaret TAN. Promises and Threats: iN2015 Masterplan to Pervasive Computing in Singapore. Asia-Pacific Science, Technology and Society Network Conference. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 23-25 Nov. 2009.

ZHANG Lingzi. (August 2009). News Use and Social Use of the Internet: Testing a Substitution Model in Three Levels. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). August 9 to 12, 2007, Washington, D.C.