Communication and Power in the Changing Societies of Russia and Eurasia

Monday, 13 June, 2016 8:00-9:15

Fukuoka Hilton, Fuji

Chair and Respondent: Michael David Hazen, Wake Forest University

Kyrgyz Press and Influence of Russian Media – Elira Turdubaeva, American University of Central Asia; Katja Lehtisaari, University of Helsinki

Between the Everyday and the Extraordinary: Perceived Affordances of ICTs for Communicating Dissent – Tetaya Lukot, University of Maryland

The Nation and the Citizens: Exploring the Functions of Communications in Russian People’s Perceptions of the

Political and Economic Transitions – Q. J. Yao, Lamar University

Communicating with Power through Internet: e-Services and e-Complaints in Russia – Anna Trakhenberg, Institute of

Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Entering the Debate: Mongolian Pastoral Nomadic Womens Use of Cell Phones and SMS in National Referendum Votes – Allison Hahn, Baruch College, CUNY

The Power and Gender Discourse in the post-Soviet Space and Today – Elena Ponomarenko, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia