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5 | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND JOURNALISM

Internet, Information, Democracy
Duration
28 Sep 2020 - 29 Sep 2020
Language
English
Status
REGULAR - BLENDED
Conference directors :
Nenad Prelog , University of Zagreb, Croatia
Damir Boras , University of Zagreb, Croatia
Inoslav Bešker , University of Split, Croatia
Oscar G. Luengo , University of Granada, Spain
Conference description:

The Rise of Data Driven Communication accelerates ever-changing Media Environment; Strategic communications and Open data (social media theories, analytics, sources, tools and techniques); “Social editors” as origins of (dis)information on social media; Media, social media and artificial Intelligence; Reconstructing privacy with Big data: Big Brother on steroids; Microtargeting and personalization of content in journalism and political communication; The ways AI is transforming the media industry; e-democracy vs e-manipulation; Internet and hybrid war; Virtual deconstruction of liberal democracy; Attention economy and wireless journalism; Media profession and ethic; Information ecology.


Conference Programme

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Video Lecturers 2020:

 

Anamarija Musa - Crisis and Freedom of Information: the Public Value of Government Open Data in the Context of the Covid-19 Pandemic

 

Angelina Toursel & Philippe - When Fact-checking Renews Information Technology and Journalism: an Epistemological Approach

 

Marija Volarević & Lucija Rajčić - The Role of Social Media in 2020 Parliamentary Elections in Croatia 

 

Marijana Grbeša - Zenzerović - Digital Populism in 2019/2020 Croatian Presidential Election      

 

Magdalena Musiał-Karg & Izabela Kapsa - Polish Mass Media Coverage and Public Opinion on E-democracy: Example of Electronic Voting    

 

Nikola Mlađenović - “A Beautiful Mind”: Journalism’s Reconfiguration in Relation to AI

 

Inoslav Bešker - Information Technology and Journalism Pressed through a Sieve of COVID-19 Pandemic

 

Lordan Prelog - Seeing is (not) Believing

 

Nenad Prelog - Infodemic and Other Conspiracy Theories

 

Mato Brautović - Routines of Correcting Journalistic Errors in Croatian Online Media: between Achieving the Goals of Media Accountability and Facilitating the Phenomenon of ‘Fake News’

 

Iva Budimir and Damir Boras - Are we Living in the Post-truth Era?

 

Nikola Mlađenović - One Man’s Misinformation, Another Man’s Treasure: What did Neoliberals do?

 

Nenad Prelog - Fake News Museum (again) and 25 Years...

            

     

Conference lecturers:
Inoslav Bešker , University of Split, Croatia
Damir Boras , University of Zagreb, Croatia
Mato Brautović , University of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Iva Budimir , University of Zagreb, Croatia
Marijana Grbeša Zenzerović , University of Zagreb, Croatia
Nichola D. Gutgold , Penn State University, United States
Izabela Kapsa , Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
Nikola Mlađenović , University of Belgrade, Serbia
Anamarija Musa , University of Zagreb, Croatia
Magdalena Musiał-Karg , Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
Lordan Prelog , University of Zagreb, Croatia
Nenad Prelog , University of Zagreb, Croatia
Lucija Rajčić , VERN University of Applied Sciences, Croatia
Angelina Toursel , Polytechnic University of Hauts-de-France, France
Philippe Useille , Polytechnic University of Hauts-de-France, France
Marija Volarević , European Business School Zagreb, Croatia