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A CeMoRe Symposium with Rachel Aldred on Transport in the Media
Date: 9-10 June 2014 Time: 12 noon to 7.00pm
Venue: Lancaster University Conference Centre Meeting Room 2
'Transport in the Media' a symposium with Rachel Aldred, CeMoRe Visiting Research Fellow on 9 & 10 June.
This interdisciplinary symposium explores relationships between transport policy and practice, academic research, and the media. It includes presentations, workshops, and rountable discussions with academics and practitioners.
The symposium starts with lunch on Monday 9th June (12-70m) and continues on Tuesday 10th June (9.30-12.30). It will be held at Lancaster University's Conference Centre and is organised by CeMoRe in collaboration with Westminster University.
Further details to follow ...
Provisional Programme - as at 25 February 2014
Monday 9 June 2014
12.00 - 1.00 - Arrival and lunch
1.00 - 1.30 - welcome, aims of the symposium (Rachel Aldred)
1.30 - 3.00 - Sessions 1 - Studying 'New' and 'Old' Media - Methods
Part1 - short presentations with Q&A, including Geoff Vigar on Critical Discourse Analysis, Weija Chen on Twitter
Part2 - Workshop led by Tim Ryley on 'Content analysis of newspaper articles: transport applications' (including overview by Gaurav Dubey on coverage of transport in the print media)
3.00 - 3.3.0 Tea Break
5.30 - 7.00 Transport Academics in the Media
Part 1 - (30 minutes) - Cristina Irving Turner (Emerald) on the practicalities of communicating research
Part 2 (1 hour) - roundtable discussion including personal experiences from Robin Lovelace and others present
Tuesday 10 June 2014
9.30 - 10.00 - opening comments (Jon Shaw), discussion
10.30 - 12.00 - From Media Coverage to Policy Change? session co-ordinated by Tom Cohen
12.00 - 12.30 - summing up, comments, next steps (Rachel Aldred)
12.30 - lunch
Afternoon - CeMoRe Research Event
Who can attend: Anyone
Keywords: Bicycling, communication, Computer-mediated communication, Computing in the Humanities, Cycling, Media, Media ethics, Mobilities, Transportation
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