2016 Year End Presentations

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Global Communication MA Double Degree Program
Year-End Presentation
August 4, 2016 Program

 

1:00 pm – 2:45 pm

Media Analysis: China from a Western Perspective

The Image of China in a BBC Documentary and Chinese Audiences’ Reception and Interpretation of it: A Case of the Chinese Are Coming (Sun, Wan Wan)

A Canadian Press Perspective on China's Rise: An analysis of Globe and Mail editorials, 2001-2015
(Yu, Qin Wen)

Questions and discussions

Constructing Gender in Chinese Media

Constructed Hegemonic Femininity in E-commerce of China: A Case Study of Singles’ Day Sale
(Li, Zhuo Ya)

The Formation of Global Sports Fandom in China: Capitalism, Masculinities and World Order (Xu, Ye)

Questions and discussions

Public Art as Communication

The role of public art in the communicative practice of university art gallery in North America -- A case study of SFU Art Gallery and the art controversies (Li, Han)

Questions and discussions

2:45 pm – 3:00 pm

Break

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Communication, Consumption and the Environment

Infectious salmon anaemia - The political power of a small infectious agent (Bega, Artemisa)

Community Gardens in Vancouver: An exploration of communication, food sovereignty, and activism (Baratova, Malika)

The Promotion of Excess Buying and Food Waste: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Supermarket Flyers (Chow, Nicole)

Questions and discussions

Political Communication

A political economy analysis of the Chinese delivery worker's daily communication practice
(Liu, Qi Yian)

The Role of Social Media during the Brazilian Protests of 2013 (Ferreira, Camila)

Copyright Reform--Taking Pirate Party and Green Party as examples (Wang, Lin Lin)

Cultivating Global Citizens: Understanding Global Citizenship Education in a Moment of Neoliberal Globalization (Arnold, Elizabeth)

Questions and discussions

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Date: August 4, 2016
Time: 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Venue: Vancouver Harbour Center Campus Room 7000
Light refreshments will be provided 

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