2022 Joint Symposium Reviewing Result Announcement of Submitted Abstract
Updated: Oct 20, 2022
2022 NCCU-SNU-UT Joint Symposium
Beyond Boundaries: Communication for diverse and multiple communities
2022 NCCU-SNU-UT Joint Symposium’s call-for-papers has ended on October 11th and we received 19 abstracts submitted from master/ doctoral students at the College of Communication. All of the 19 abstracts were reviewed by three reviewers. Upon reviewing, we are very pleased to announce that NCCU will recommend 10 abstracts, including six for oral presentation session and four for poster session, to this year’s organizing school, Seoul National University, as well as the other co-organizing party, Tokyo University, with which we’ve been sharing long-term partnership.
The details of recommended abstracts are listed as follows:
Oral presentation session:
SUN, Jiang-Jun (孫蔣君), Doctoral Program in Communication Studies, NCCU Title: Overseas Communication Strategy of Chinese Feminist Movement
WONG, Wai Kin (黃偉健), Master’s Program in Communication Studies, NCCU Title: The Effect of Using Cued Hashtags in Posts of Different Levels of Difficulty on Readers’ Cognitive Load, Attention, and Memory
LYU, Jia-Yu & WENG, Chia-Te (呂佳郁&翁家德), Master’s Program in Communication Studies, NCCU Title: Electronic fetters in the Internet Age? From Active Disclosure to Passive Provision——Zenly Users who Maintain Intimate Relationships by "Seeing Positioning"
SHEN, Wei-Chung (沈惟中), Master’s Program in Communication Studies, NCCU Title: Is Interactivity Always Better? Exploring the Effect of Interactive Narratives on Willingness to Help, Appreciation, and Enjoyment
CHEN, Chang-Hung (陳長弘), Master’s Program in Communication Studies, NCCU Title: On The Ontological Presuppositions of The Concept of Boundaries
LEE, Yulgong (李律空), International Master’s Program in International Communication Studies (IMICS), NCCU Title: Change of the Chinese Diaspora’s Image in Korean Media since the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between South Korea and the PRC
CHANG, Jia-En (張嘉恩), Master’s Program in Communication Studies, NCCU Title: What’s your Instagram? Keeping the relationship by “Finsta” and “Close Friends”
HU, An-Yu (胡安妤), Master’s Program in Communication Studies, NCCU Title: Feminine or Masculine?Advertising Portrayals of Female Athlete in East Asia
XU, Song-Yang (徐誦陽), Master’s Program in Communication Studies, NCCU Title: The Visitors' Aesthetic Experience in the VR Art Museum: Take the Example of Matterport online exhibition - Taipei Biennial 2020
CHEN, Yu-Han (陳禹函), On-job Master’s Program in Communication Studies, NCCU Title: Who dare to discriminate lesbian today? A research in lesbian network group on Taiwan Bulletin Board System
We’re proud of these 10 presenters’ achievement and also looking forward to their presentations for the event, which will be held online from 12:00 at noon to 17:20, 29th of October, Saturday (Taipei time). Joining the event as a common attendee is welcomed. Registration link will be shared via email.