Programme

Programme

9:00-10:00 Registration

Welcome Speech

10:00 – 10:45

Room change – 5 mins

Panel 1: Urban and Global

10:50 – 12:00

Room change – 5 mins

Panel 3: Divided Visibility

12:05 – 13:15

Lunch – Poster Presentations

13:15 – 14:00

Room change – 5 mins

Room change – 10 mins

O’Reilly Award Announcement     [10 mins]

Keynote: Professor Tim Jordan

16:45 – 17:30

 

Panels

Panel 1: Urban and Global


Jonah Ross-Marrs

Modelling The City: The Unexpected Role Of Building Information Modeling In Shaping Our Built Environment

 

Paula Melgaco

The Internet As A Possibility Of Empowerment For The Urban Popular Classes In Brazil

 

Kari Koskinen

Digital Divide And Application Development In Developing Countries: A Routine-Based Approach

Panel 2: Education and Communal Learning


Henriette L. Arndt

The Role Of Online Media In 21st Century Language Learning

 

Marc Aurele Ferracci

Not For The Likes Of Us? Higher Education, Inequality, And The Power Of The Digital

 

Claudia Viggiano

Community-Specific Language In Online Citizen Science Forums: A Corpus-Driven Diachronic Study

 

Panel 3: Divided Visibility


Gemma Newlands

Some #Influencers Are More Equal Than Others: Normalising Distinction On Instagram
James Williams

Clicks Against Humanity: The Nature And Ethics Of Digital Advertising
Petar Terziev

Digital Piracy And Cultural Capital

Panel 4: Disability and Health


Herminder Kaur

Unravelling The Rhythms Of Moving In And Out Of The Internet: A Study Based On Video Diaries Of Teenagers With Physical Disabilities

 

Harel Chait

Evaluating Web Accessibility For People With Disabilities To Israeli & New-Zealand Websites: A Comparative Study

 

John Powell

Improving NHS Quality Using Internet Ratings And Experiences (INQUIRE): Survey Of The General Public To Understand Use Of Online Feedback On Health Services

Panel 5: Gender and Sex Online


Beatriz Accioly Lins

“Revenge Porn” In Brazil: Reflections On Gender, Sexuality And Field Work On And About The Internet

 

Carolina Parreiras Silva

Online Sexual Violence Against Children And Teenagers, Vulnerabilities And Inequalities: Ethnographical Notes About Two Favelas In Brazil.

 

Lindsay Ferris

Navigating The Affordances Of Tinder And Their Impact On LGBTQ+ Communities

 

Mariana Giorgetti Valente

Facing NCII In Brazil From An Intersectionality Standpoint

Panel 6: Politics and E-Government


Kyung R Park

Digital Inequality – A New Source Of Generational Conflict? Case Of Balkanization In South Korea

 

Aiste Zalepuga

Government Gone Digital: Lessons From Divergent Results In Estonia And Lithuania

 

Catarina Araújo Silveira,  Woyames Pinto

Towards E-Democracy Among Indigenous People In Latin America

 

Sam P. Kellogg

Fiber-Optic Diplomacy: Cuba And The Global Geopolitics Of Data

Panel 7: Political Socializing


Diogo Pereira Henriques

Data Sharing, Internet Servers, And Climate Change: ‘What’s Yours Is Mine, And What’s Mine Is…

 

David JP O’Sullivan

Integrating Sentiment And Social Structure To Determine Preference Alignments: The Irish Marriage Referendum

 

Jakob Bæk Kristensen

easuring Political Discussion – A Big Data Method Linking Facebook News Commentary With The Political Like History Of Users

 

Omar Daoudi

The Saudi Government Reactions To Youtube Based Programming: The Content Makers’ Perspective

Panel 8: Algorithmic Inequality


Gianluigi Fioriglio

Digital Inequality By Algorithm: The (Real) Case Of Search Engines

 

Joao Carlos Magalhaes

Algorithmic Visibility – Unequal Entanglements Between Gatekeeping And Surveillance On Social Media Platforms

 

Jason Nurse

Mind The Gap: How Digital Inequality Impacts Cybersecurity

 

Brian M Justie

Algorithms, Assemblages, And Quantified Queerness