Dr. Shtern is invited to present lab research as part of a special UNESCO-organized panel on global internet indicators at IAMCR in Cartagena from July 16-20, 2017. Lab member Steph Hill will also be at IAMCR presenting her paper called: “From Political Action to Earned Media: Representation, Corporate Speech, and the North Carolina Bathroom Law”.
On June 2, 2017, the lab presented a series of papers in a panel called “Sponsored Authenticity – The Work of Social Media Content Creation in the Influence Economy”. Papers included: Governing Influence: An Eye-tracking Audit Of Instagram’s Sponsorship GuidelinesJeremy Shtern; Kieron Branche Content Creation And Ubiquitous Commerce: Influencers, Sponsorship, And The Content Pipeline Stephanie […]
Dr. Shtern presents results from the lab in a roundtable called, “Studying Communitainment: Mapping a Research Agenda for the Social Media Entertainment Industry.” on May 27, 2017.
On October 6, 2016, lab members Dr. Shtern and Ryan Payne presented a co-authored paper on eye-tracking research.
Last August 2, 2016, Dr. Shtern visited Queensland University of Technology to deliver the guest lecture, “Better than Random: The Chance for Democratic Governance of The Advertising Supported Internet.” Discussed on Hyerconnected Law.
The interactor commodity: the politics of social media advertising and following the money in multi-stakeholder internet governance Associate Professor Jeremy Shtern (Ryerson) presents and reflects on results of a Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) funded study of the relationships between internet users, social media firms and the advertising industry. He will […]