The 72nd annual conference of the International Communication Association will be organised in Paris, France (May 26-30, 2022). The following studies of MIOS researchers will be presented at the conference:
Do players seek meaning or stumble upon it? Exploring fans' (eudaimonic) motivations for upcoming games
by Daniel Possler, Rowan Daneels, Nick Bowman
Examining the relationship between perceived realism and enjoyment in historical video games
by Alexander Vandewalle, Rowan Daneels, Emma Simons, Steven Malliet
Ask the experts: Applying the Delphi method to determine risk factors and create an ecological model of online hate perpetration
by Ina Weber, Heidi Vandebosch, Karolien Poels, Sara Pabian
Bored to the ad? How boredom affects the evaluation of social media advertising
by Jolien De Schepper, Karolien Poels, Heidi Vandebosch
How do internal and contextual factors of native advertisements impact advertisers', publishers' and readers' outcomes?
by Dorien Luyckx, Karolien Poels, Tim Smits
Show me the sustainable path(s). Applying the Prototype Willingness Model to slow fashion consumption behavior
by Roos van Gogh, Yani Bats, Michel Walrave, Karolien Poels
If a message can make you laugh, can it also make you physically active?
by Michelle Symons, Mohammad Hassan, Konrad Rudnicki, Karolien Poels, Heidi Vandebosch, Clara A. Cutello
Santé! How digital commensality relates to diet quality and psychological wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic, and why it cannot equal everyday offline commensality
by Katrien Maldoy, Karolien Poels, Lauranna Teunissen, Isabelle Cuykx, Paulien Decorte, Sara Pabian, Kathleen Van Royen, Charlotte De Backer
How is Free Online News a Paid Subscription Inhibitor?
by Luc De Cleir, Karolien Poels, Steve Paulussen
The Role of Multi-Platform News Consumption in Explaining Civic Participation During the COVID-19 Pandemic
by Cato Waeterloos, Michel Walrave, Koen Ponnet
Radon Health Communication: A Systematic Review of Mass Media Campaigns to Increase Radon Testing and Remediation
by Sofie Apers, Heidi Vandebosch, Tanja Perko
For more information about the studies, please contact the authors