Programa

21 Nov 2019
16:00
UIMP Valencia

Panel 3: Social networks

Moderators:

María Díez Garrido (University of Valladolid)

Agnese Sampietro (Jaume I University of Castellón)

Participants:

1. Marton Bene (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) bene.marton@tk.mta.hu “Ad(d)s to the success. Investigating the patterns and effects of parties’ advertisement activities on Facebook during the European Parliament elections campaign of 2019”

2. Mārtiņš Pričins (University of Latvia) martins.pricins@lu.lv “When social media don’t determine all: the topics and narratives of Latvian political parties on Facebook during the European Parliament elections campaign”

3. Rubén Rivas-de-Roca (University of Sevilla) rrivasderoca@us.es “Thematic agenda on Twitter in the 2019 European Parliament elections: a comparative study between “Spitzenkandidaten” and national candidates”

4. Lidia Valera-Ordaz (University of Valencia) lidia.valera@uv.es “Overcoming the democratic deficit? A Comparative Study of the Everyday Facebook Practices of Danish and Spanish Members of the European Parliament”

5. Guillemo López-García (University of Valencia) guillermo.lopez@uv.es “Europe and Euroscepticism on Twitter: analysis of Twitter accounts of spanish candidates for European Parliament during 2019 elections”

6. Blanca Nicasio (Universidad Cardenal Herrera CEU) blanca.nicasio@uchceu.es “Using Social Media to motivate anti-migration sentiments. Political Implications in the United States”

7. Javier Pérez Sánchez (Universidad Europea de Madrid) javier.perez@universidadeuropea.es “Communicative strategies of the election advertising videos on Youtube of the 6 most voted parties in the 2019 European Elections in Spain”