Conferences

Upcoming Conferences:

Novak, A. & Malik, W. C. (2018, June). iTempests: Young minority female media producers and digital voice. To be presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Eugene, OR.

Novak, A., Johnson, K., & Kim, B. (2018, May). Networked Promotion: Evaluating Promoted Tweets to Hispanic Users through Network Analysis. To be presented at the International Communication Association Pre-Conference: Embracing the network paradigm, Czech Republic.

Novak, A. Johnson, K., & Kim, B. (2018, May). “If you mess up this tweet…”: Hispanic voices on promoted Twitter content. To be presented at the International Communication Association Annual Conference, Voices, Czech Republic.

Past Conferences:

Kim, B., Novak, A., Johnson, K. (2018, March). How do you tweet? Examining Conversational Voice in Hispanic-aimed Promoted Tweets using Big Data. Presented at the International Public Relations Research Conference, Orlando, FL.

Novak, A. & Richmond, J. (2017, November). (E)-Racing Together: How Starbucks Reshaped and Deflected Racial Conversations on Social Media. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Our Legacy Our Relevance, Dallas, TX.

Novak, A. & Sebastian, M. (2017, November). Ultimate Reality Check: Designing Sports Content for Female Viewers after the 2016 Olympics. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Our Legacy Our Relevance, Dallas, TX.

Novak, A. (2017, November). Millennial Engagement Myth-Busting:Active Disengagement and the Future of Digital Politics.Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Our Legacy Our Relevance, Dallas, TX.

Novak, A. & Malik, W. C. (2017, November). The Disrupting Tempest: A case study of young minority female media producers. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Our Legacy Our Relevance, Dallas, TX.

Wildrick, A. & Novak, A. (2017, November). Constructing Congressional Discourses: C-SPAN Archives and Congressional Speeches on Crises and Scandals.Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Our Legacy Our Relevance, Dallas, TX.

Johnson, K. & Novak, A. (2017, November). Impact of Twitter use and Race/Ethnicity on Voting in the US. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Our Legacy Our Relevance, Dallas, TX.

Sebastian, M. & Novak, A. (2017, November). Captain America to the rescue? Marvel comics and engagement in national identity. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Our Legacy Our Relevance, Dallas, TX.

Novak, A. (2017, May). Engaged Brigade: Digital Platforms and Millennial Engagement in the 2016 Election. Presented at the International Communication Association Annual Conference, Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Khazraee, E. & Novak, A. (2017, May). Digitally Mediated Protest: Affordances of Social Media for Collective Action and Identity. Presented at the International Communication Association Annual Conference, Intervention, San Diego, CA.

ICA 2017
Accepting an award for reviewing at ICA 2017

Wildrick, A. & Novak, A. (2017, May). Constructing Congressional Discourses: C-SPAN Archives and Congressional Speeches on Crises and Scandal. Presented at C-SPAN Archives Research Conference, Purdue University, IN.

Novak, A. & Sebastian, M. (2016, November). Analysis of the Politicization of Net Neutrality through Government Discourses. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Civic Callings, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. Johnson, K., & Pontes, M. (2016, November). #LatinoTwitter: Discourses of Latino Civic Engagement in Social Media. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Civic Callings, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. (2016, November). Going Once, Twice, Sold! Discourses of Spectrum Auctions in the Regulation of Mobile Media. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Civic Callings, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A.& Richmond, J. (2016, November). “The phrase has been hijacked:” Studying generational communication on Feminism through social media. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Civic Callings, Philadelphia, PA.

Vilceanu, O. M. & Novak, A. (2016, November). First came love, then came brands and marriage: Audience reception of LGBT Instagram posts after the Supreme Court ruling on Same Sex Marriage. Presented  at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Civic Callings, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. N. (2016, November). Panel on 2016 Presidential Conventions. Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Civic Callings, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. & Nia-Schoenstein, A. (2016, October). Peer review in the public relations classroom. Presented at the Public Relations Society of America Educators Academy, Indianapolis, IN.

Novak, A. & Vilceanu, O. M. (2016, September). When crisis becomes policy: Credit card security and public policy discourses. Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. N. & Malik W. (2016, June). The Other Danger Zone: Framing Culture through Documentary after 9/11. Presented at the International Communication Association Conference: Communicating with Power, Fukuoka, Japan.

Novak, A. N. (2016, June). Revenge of Cecil the Lion: Credibility in Third-Party Review Sites. Presented at the International Communication Association Conference: Communicating with Power, Fukuoka, Japan.

Novak, A. N. (2016, June). The Reason for the Season: Network Audiences in the War(s) on Christmas. Presented at the International Communication Association Conference: Communicating with Power, Fukuoka, Japan.

Sebastian, M. & Novak, A. N. (2016, June). A critical media industry analysis of John Oliver and the regulation of net neutrality. Presented at the International Communication Association Conference: Communicating with Power, Fukuoka, Japan.

ICA Presentation
Presenting at ICA 2016

Novak, A. N. (2016, April). Little Shop of…: Intersections of the 9/11 Memorial Gift Shop, Capitalism, and Journalism. Presented at the Eastern Communication Association 2016 Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Novak, A. N. (2016, March). User Engagement in Reputation Management and Influence on Third-Party Review Sites. Presented at the Social Influence in (cross-platform) Online Contexts” Workshop, Drexel University, PA.

Novak, A. N. (2015, November). Smartest Guys in the Room: Framing the Future of Media Regulation through Netflix. Presented at the 101st Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

Novak, A. N. (2015, November). “They’re the thing, stuff-wanters:” Television Coverage of the Millennial Generation in the 2012 U.S. Election. Presented at the 101st Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

NCA Presentation 2015
Presenting at NCA 2015

Novak, A. N. (2015, November). “’No good can come after midnight’: Examining the context of controversial curfew laws.” Presented at the Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. N. (2015, May). Audience Understanding of Discussion, Dialogue, and Environment in News Discourses. Presented at “Discussion Dialogue Discourse” pre-conference to the International Communication Association 2015: Communication Across the Lifespan, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Novak, A. N. (2015, May). “It hardly seemed like news at all”:  Millennial Perceptions of Political Media Through Journals. Presented at the International Communication Association 2015 Conference: Communication Across the Lifespan, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Novak, A. N. & Khazraee, E. (2015, May). Stealthy Protest and Freedom: Iranian Facebook Users and the Anti-Hijab Movement. Presented at the International Communication Association 2015 Conference: Communication Across the Lifespan, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Presenting at ICA 2015, photo courtesy of Emad Khazraee

Novak, A. N. & El-Burki I. J. (2015, April). A Union Man: Framing Race in College Athletic Union Policy Debates. Presented at the Eastern Communication Association 2015 Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. N. (2015, April). Engaged and Underaged: Exploring digital engagement among young Millennials. Presented at the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Novak, A. N. & Richmond, J. C. (2014, November). Mommy Issues: Framing Welfare Mothers in Newspapers Across Three Presidencies. Presented at the 100th Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Novak, A. N. & Hakanen, E. A. (2014, November). ‘The Communicators’ Wisdom: Framing Technological Influence through C-SPAN. Presented at C-SPAN Education Foundation Conference, Purdue University.

Novak, A. N. (2014, November) The child within: Media discourses of the Millennial Generation’s political engagement. Presented at the Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Novak, A. N. & Choudhary, W. (2014, May). The (f)unemployment diaries: A frame analysis of the good life in an unemployment blog. Presented at the International Communication Association 2014 Conference: The Good Life, Seattle, WA.

Novak, A. N. (2014, April). The millennial generation, citizenship, and How I Met Your Mother. Presented at the Eastern Communication Association 2014 Conference, Providence, RI.

Novak, A. N. (2013, November). The Millennial Engagement Myth: Discourses of Engagement in 2 Broke Girls. Presented at the National Communication Association 99th Annual Convention, Washington D.C.

Novak, A. N. (2013, October). “Mo Money Mo Problems:” An Exploration of Fame in Popular Music of the 1990s. Presented at the Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association Annual Conference, Atlantic City, N.J.

Novak, A. N., Bishop, R., & Hakanen, E. A. (2013, June). Get to know your local occupiers: A framing analysis of the coverage of the Occupy Movement.  Presented at the International Communication Association 2013 Conference: Challenging Communication Research, London.

Novak, A. N. (2013, April). Anonymity, confidentiality, privacy and identity:  A look at the ties that bind and break in qualitative research. Presented at the Eastern Communication Association 104th Annual Convention: Confluence, Pittsburgh, PA.

Novak, A. N. & Mascaro, C. (2013, March). Female Representations of the 2012 Obama E-mail Campaign. Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association 43rd Annual Conference, Washington D.C.

Hakanen, E. A., Novak, A. N., Fidyk, J. & Bishop, R. (2013, March). “Life’s been good to me so far:” Exploring changes in the story of fame in popular songs. Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association 43rd Annual Conference, Washington D.C.

McGhee, I., & Novak, A. N. (2013, March). ‘I’ll See You in Court’: The Collision of Legal Drama Frames and Public Policy. Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association 43rd Annual Conference, Washington D.C.

Novak, A. N. (2013, March). How [not] to caffeinate a political group: Parent post influence on conversational network structure. Penn Program on Democracy, Citizenship and Constitutionalism, Philadelphia, PA.

Magee, R., Sebastian, M., Novak, A. N., Mascaro, C., Black, A. & Goggins, S. (2013, February). #TwitterPlay: A Case Study of Fan Roleplaying Online. Presented at the 16th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW), San Antonio, TX.

Novak, A., & Mascaro, C. M., (2012, November). TI squaring around: New methods in online language development analysis. Presented at National Communication Association 98th Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Magee, R., Sebastian, M. Novak, A., Mascaro, C., & Black, A.  (2012, October). “May the odds be ever in your favor”: Twitter use in anticipation of “The Hunger Games” film release.  Presented at Association of Internet Researchers, IR13, Salford: England.

Novak, A. (2012, July 12). How [not] to caffeinate a political group: Parent post influence on conversational network structure. Presented at National Communication Association Doctoral Honors Seminar 2012, Annenberg School of Communication, the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

Hakanen, E. & Novak, A. (2012, April 27). Mather Work Incentive Posters and the Rhetoric of Scientific Management in the 1920s. Presented at Eastern Communication Association 103rd Annual Convention: Transitions, Cambridge, MA.

Novak, A., & Mascaro, C. M., (2012, April 13). TI squaring around: An analysis of e-jargon in an online sporting community. Presented at Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association 42nd Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

Novak, A., Mascaro, C. M., & Goggins, S. (2012, February). Virtual play in communities: The evolution in group roles in electronic trace data. Poster session presented at iConference 2012: Culture, Design and Society, Toronto, Canada.

Mascaro, C. M., Novak, A., & Goggins, S. (2012, January 7). Shepherding and Censorship: Discourse Management in the Tea Party Patriots Facebook Group.  Presented at 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Manoa, HI.

Novak, A. (2011, November 17). Is non-sociality possible on a social network? Presented at National Communication Association 97th Annual Convention: Voice, New Orleans, LA.

Novak, A. (2011, April 16). Unpaid internships: Student attitudes and opinions. Presented at [Pre]occupations: Working, Seizing, Dwelling, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI.

Novak, A. & Hakanen, E. (2011, March 22). Globalization, Mobilization, and the Third Wave of Contemporary Chinese Art. Presented at Mobilities in Motion Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

University Presentations:

Novak, A. N. (2017). Interactive discussion on life after graduate school. Presented at Drexel University meeting of Communication Culture and Media Association of Doctoral Students, 2017, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. N. & Choudhary, W. (2014, April). The (f)unemployment diaries: A frame analysis of the good life in an unemployment blog. Presented at Drexel University Graduate Research Day 2014, Philadelphia, PA.

Richmond, J. & Novak, A. N. (2014, April). Mommy issues: Framing welfare mothers in newspapers across three presidencies. Presented at Drexel University Graduate Research Day 2014, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. N. & Greenwell, D. (2013, June). The Role of Active Reflection in Millennial Students in Experiential Learning. Presented at the 2013 Drexel University Teaching Showcase, Philadelphia, PA. *Awarded best graduate project in Humanities

Novak, A. N. (2013, April). “Life’s been good to me so far:” Exploring changes in the story of fame in popular songs. Poster session at Drexel University Graduate Research Day 2013, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. N. (2013, April). The Female E-mail: Female Representations of the 2012 Obama E-mail Campaign. Poster session presented at College of Arts and Sciences Research Day 2013, Philadelphia, PA.

Novak, A. & Hakanen, E., & Bishop, R. (2012, April 19). Get to know your local Occupiers: A framing analysis of the coverage of the Occupy movement. Poster session presented at Drexel University Graduate Research Day 2012, Philadelphia, PA.

Hakanen, E. & Novak, A. (2012, April 3). Mather Work Incentive Posters and the Rhetoric of Scientific Management in the 1920s. Poster session presented at College of Arts and Sciences Research Day 2012, Philadelphia, PA. *Awarded best graduate project in Social Science

Novak, A. (2011, April 8). A thematic analysis of the Third Wave of Contemporary Chinese Art. Poster session presented at Drexel University Graduate Research Day 2011, Philadelphia, PA. *Awarded 3rd place graduate project in Humanities

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s