PCP-1 Socialization, Social Movements, Moral Challenges: Law and Order, Local News, Robots, Monsters, Trump, and Roth

November 10, 2016 at 10:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Room -- Gardner
Panel Chair -- Alison Dagnes, Shippensburg University, addagn@ship.edu 
Panel Discussant -- Michelle Pautz, University of Dayton, mpautz1@udayton.edu


Name: Kimberly Bergendahl
Paper Title: "Reel v Real: Assessing the Lessons of Law and Order: SVU Within the Current Legal and Political Climate"
Institution: University of Connecticut


Name: Kenneth Dautrich
Paper Title: Generation Z and the Future of the First Amendment
Institution: University of Connecticut


Name: Fletcher McClellan
Paper Title: It Can Happen Here: Right-Wing Social Movements, Lindbergh (as conceived by Philip Roth), and Trump
Institution: Elizabethtown College


Name: Charles Rubin
Paper Title: Friendly Monsters: The Moral Challenge of Artificial Intelligence
Institution: Duquesne University


Name: Matthew Stein
Paper Title: Gender Role Stereotypes and Media: Performance as Social Construction and Lessons from SpongeBob Squarepants
Institution: Temple University


Name: Danilo Yanich
Paper Title: Political Ads, Political Reality & Local TV News
Institution: University of Delaware