Contests

ICD Teaching Contest 2015-2016 Winners

First Place – The Future of Global Journalism, by Lea Hellmueller, Assistant Professor, Jack J. Valenti School of Communication, University of Houston. For course description, please click here.

Second Place – Responding to a Diverse and Global World: Ethics of International Reporting, by Yael Warshel, Assistant Professor of Telecommunications and Journalism, College of Communications, Co-Funded Faculty, Rock Ethics Institute, The Pennsylvania State University.  For course description, please click here.

Third Place – Globalization & Media, by Jae Sik Ha, Assistant Professor, Communication Department, University of Illinois at Springfield.  For course description, please click here.

ICD Paper Competition 2014-2015 Winners

Robert L. Stevenson Faculty Paper Competition

First Place: Sex Trafficking in Thai Media: A content analysis of issue framing by Meghan Sobel, Regis University

Second Place: Do Demographics Matter? Individual Differences in Perceived News Media Corruption in Serbia by Ivanka Pjesivac, University of Georgia

Third Place: Liberation Technology? Understanding a Community Radio Station’s Social Media Use in El Salvador by Summer Harlow, Florida State University

James W. Markham Student Paper Competition

First Place: Reporting in Latin America: Issues and perspectives on investigative journalism in the region by Magdalena Saldana, The University of Texas at Austin and Rachel Mourao, The University of Texas at Austin

Second Place: Linguistic Abstractness as a Discursive Microframe: LCM Framing in International Reporting by American News by Josephine Lukito, Syracuse University

Third Place: Spotlight on Qatar: A framing analysis of labor rights issues in the news blog Doha News by Elizabeth Lance, Northwestern University in Qatar; Ivana Vasic, Independent; and Rhytha Zahid Hejaze, Northwestern University

Asian Journal of Communication Top Paper Award 

Advocating social stability and territorial integrity: The China Daily’s framing of the Arab Spring by Jae Sik Ha, University of Illinois-Springfield, and Donghee Shin, Sungkyunkwan University

 

ICD Paper Competition 2012-2013 Winners

Robert L. Stevenson Faculty Paper Competition

First Place: High Drama on the High Seas: Peace vs. War Journalism Framing of the Mavi Marmara Incident by Britain Eakin and Shahira Fahmy, both from University of Arizona

Second Place: Muslim Bloggers in Germany: An Emerging Counterpublic? by Stine Eckert, University of Maryland and Kalyani Chadha, University of Maryland College Park

Third Place: How they cover the world: A comparion of news predictors for the Associated Press, The New York Times and Reuters, by Beverly Horvit, University of Missouri;
Peter Gade, University of Oklahoma; and Liz Lance, University of Missouri.

 

James W. Markham Student Paper Competition:

First Place: Power Distance and Trust in News Media: A Comparative Study of America and China, by Ivanka Radovic, University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Rachel Rui, University of Tennessee

Second Place: What’s the bandwidth for democracy? Deconstructing Internet penetration and citizen attitudes about governance by
Elizabeth Stoycheff, Ohio State University

Third Place: Youth Digital Cultures in Small Town and Rural Gujarat by Manisha Shelat, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Cathy DeShano, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Equid Novi Award:

High Drama on the High Seas: Peace vs. War Journalism Framing of the Mavi Marmara Incident by Britain Eakin and Shahira Fahmy, both from University of Arizona


Asian Journal of Communication Award:

Online Social Networking Profiles and Self-presentation of Indian Youths by Peddiboyina Vijaya Lakshmi; Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam;
Sagar Atre and Yusuf Kalyango, Ohio University, E.W. Scripps School of Journalism

 

News Story Contest

ICD’s 2012 International Multimedia News Story Contest received 18 entries. The judges were Elizabeth Clark and Jonathan Zmikly, both instructors at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication,
Texas State University. Here are the results:

First place:
Scars of War by Selena Larson, Lindsay Hoffman and Stephanie Paeprer
Arizona State University
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Second place:
Citizens of Nowhere
By Mary Shinn, Julia Tylor and Daria Marjanovic
Arizona State University
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Third place:
Russophiles: Air Bridge Between Alaska …
By Lex Treinen
University of Alaska at Fairbanks