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WAPOR 70th Annual Conference

15th-17th July 2017

Lisbon, Portugal

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Sat July 1509:00-12:00WAPOR Council Meeting

Sat July 1509:00-12:00IJPOR Editors Meeting

Sat July 1513:00-14:20Castelo IIIMethods I
Optimal Integration of Surveys
Mansour Fahimi (GfK)

Interviewer Effects in a Multilingual Face-to-Face Survey on Financial Behaviour. Evidence from Zambi
P. Linh Nguyen (University of Essex/ University of Mannheim), Frauke Kreuter (University of Mannheim/ University of Maryland/ IAB), Markus Frölich (University of Mannheim)

Picturing Public Opinion: The Effect of Item Nonresponse Options on the Outcome of Public Opinion Surveys
Jannine Van De Maat (The Netherlands Institute for Social Research (SCP))

Coverage error in dual-frame telephone surveys – Implications for cross-country research
Steve Schwarzer (Pew Research Center), Danielle Cuddington (Pew Research Center), Patrick Moynihan (Pew Research Center)

Gendered Ideology: The Impact of Binary versus Non-Binary Gender Questions on Survey Satisfaction in Sweden, Canada and the United States
Mike Medeiros (McGill University), Patrik Öhberg (University of Gothenburg), Benjamin Forest (McGill University), Spencer Piston (Boston University)


Sat July 1513:00-14:20Castelo IV + VPolitical Participation/Behavior
Corrective Action: An 8-Country Transnational Comparison
Hernando Rojas (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Matthew Barnidge (University of Vienna), Rüdiger Schmitt-beck (Universität Mannheim), Paul Beck (Ohio State University)

Climate of opinion and political participation in the 2011 Israeli social protest movement
Yossi David (Hebrew University), Alberto Simpser (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM)), Jacob Shamir (Hebrew University)

Mass Polarization in the Brazilian Electorate
Alessandro Freire (Universidade de Brasília - UnB), Ryan Lloyd (Universidade de Brasília - UnB)

Trump's Success: emotions impacting political participation
Margarita Orozco (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

Open-Ended Questions on Non-Voting Behavior: Reasoning or Justification? Hints from the German General Federal Election 2013
Henning Silber (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences), Cornelia Züll (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences), Steffen Kühnel (University of Goettingen)


Sat July 1513:00-14:20Castelo VI + VIIMedia Use
Need for cognitive closure, listening styles, and political news consumption among Latinos in Election 2016
Patricia Moy (University of Washington), Maria Len-rios (University of Georgia), Eike Rinke (University of Mannheim)

Different Platforms, Different Uses, Different Implications? Social Media, Political Knowledge, and Participation during the Singapore General Elections 2015
Natalie Pang (Nanyang Technological University), Marko Skoric (City University of Hong Kong)

Self affirmation and inflated reports of news exposure
Yariv Tsfati (University of Haifa)

Media consumption and corruption in Chile
Sebastian Rivera (Universidad Diego Portales)

Naysaying the News: How Parents Criticized and Restricted Their Children’s News Use During the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign
Amy Nathanson (Ohio State University), William Eveland (Ohio State University)


Sat July 1513:00-14:20Castelo XScience
The public acceptance of science in the 21st century
Jon Miller (Univ of Michigan)

From TV to Weibo: Practice and Implication of Public Engagement in Science—the Case of Super Brain Controversy
Lin Shi (School of Journalism and Communication, Tsinghua University)

Public Attitudes and Motivations Related to Climate Change: A Refined Segmentation Analysis in Singapore
Benjamin Detenber (Nanyang Technological University), Sonny Rosenthal (Nanyang Technological University)

"I WAS NEVER GOOD AT SCIENCE": DETERMINANTS OF NON-SUBSTANTIVE ANSWERS IN SCIENCE SURVEYS
Ana Muñoz Van Den Eynde (CIEMAT), Josep Lobera (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

Prime Time Scientists: Television Viewing and Public Perceptions of Science among the U.S. Public
Paul Brewer (University of Delaware), Barbara Ley (University of Delaware)


Sat July 1514:20-14:40Coffee Break

Sat July 1514:40-16:00Castelo IIIMethods II
Measuring Acquiecense in Different Cultures – Results of Experiments with Translations and Scale Types
Anna Andreenkova (CESSI (Institute for comparative social research))

Using Paradata-Based Key Performance Indicators to Monitor Implementation of a Split-Ballot Experiment
Aneta Guenova (US Department of State)

Dual frame samples for mail-out surveys - an examination of unit response and mode choice in the 2016 Australian Election Survey
Steven Mceachern (Australian Data Archive)

Improving Cross-national/Cross-cultural Research by Applying the Total Survey Error Paradigm
Tom W Smith (NORC at the University of Chicago)

Using Anchoring Vignettes to Control for Response Styles in Cross-Cultural Surveys: Validity of a Multidimensional IRT Model Method
Mengyao Hu (University of Michigan)


Sat July 1514:40-16:00Castelo IV + VVoting
LIKELY VOTE IN CHILE: Electoral Polls in a context of automatic registration and voluntary voting
Gonzalo Tapia (EKHOS)

What explains voter turnout in Latin America? A test of the effect of citizens' attitudes towards the electoral process
Agustina Haime (Rice University)

Vote Buying, Undecided Voters, and their Effects on Polling Error in Brazil
Ryan Lloyd (University of Brasilia), Mathieu Turgeon (University of Brasilia), Wladimir Gramacho (University of Brasilia)

The Turnout Turnoff: Understanding Electoral Abstention in Latin America
Federica Sanchez Staniak (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile)

Civil associations, partisan strength, perceived support and time of voting decision
Tianjiao Wang (City University of Hong Kong), Fei Shen (City University of Hong Kong), Yi Wu (City University of Hong Kong)


Sat July 1514:40-16:00Castelo VI + VIIIncome and Economics
Uncertainty and Economic Perceptions
Bernardo Mackenna (Sociology Department, PUC-Chile), Ricardo González (Center for Public Studies)

How closely do public opinion and institutional regimes align? The welfare state and the citizenry's views on just earnings
Mdr Evans (University of Nevada), Jonathan Kelley (International Survey Centre at Point Marka), Nate Breznau (University of Mannheim, Department of Sociology)

PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS AND STATISTICAL FACTS: THE UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM IN SPAIN THROUGH OPINION SURVEYS AND LABOUR FORCE SURVEYS
Elisa Chulia (UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACIÓN A DISTANCIA (UNED)), CristÓbal Torres (CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES SOCIOLÓGICAS (CIS)), Luis Garrido (UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACIÓN A DISTANCIA (UNED))

Did the income inequality surge during the Great Recession make
Mdr Evans (University of Nevada), Smc Kelley (University of California, Berkeley and American Institutes of Research), Jonathan Kelley (International Survey Centre at Point Marka), Cge Kelley (International Survey Centre at New Haven)


Sat July 1514:40-16:00Castelo XViews from Asia
Images of the United States and China in Southeast Asia: A Test of the Threat and Opportunity Hypotheses
Christian Collet (International Christian University, Tokyo)

Digital Ripple in Political Media Ecology: The Case of Hong Kong Localism
Yidong Wang (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Public Attitudes toward Surveys and Personal Data: Evidence from an In-person Survey of Taiwan
Ruoh-rong Yu (Center for Survey Research, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica)

Aging and Generation Divide in East Asia
Joon Han (Yonsei University), Hongkyu Ha (Yonsei University), Seung-hoon Lee (Sookmyung Women's University)

Communication Control and its Impact on Political Legitimacy in Four Asian Cities
Puay Hoe Chua (Royal Holloway, University of London)


Sat July 1516:10-17:30Castelo IIIMode and Mixed-method Effects
“Is Survey Data Good Enough for Public Policymakers? A Review of Field Quality Control Techniques in F2F and CATI Surveys at D3 Systems, Inc., 1987-2017”
David Jodice (D3 Systems, Inc. ), David Peng (D3 Systems, Inc. ), David Rae (D3 Systems, Inc. ), Tim Van Blarcom (D3 Systems, Inc. ), Angela Ulrich (D3 Systems, Inc. )

Mixed-mode model for a weekly national-wide survey in Russia
Yulia Baskakova (VCIOM)

The moderation of social desirability bias on mode effect: An example of voting behavior in CATI and CAPI
Pei-shan Liao (RCHSS, Academia Sinica)

The Use of Mixed Methods to Understand University Students’ Attitudes and Behaviors toward Disordered Eating: Findings from a Study in Qatar
Linda Kimmel (University of Michigan), Salma Khaled (SESRI, Qatar University), Catherine Nasrallah (SESRI, Qatar University), Jill Wittrock (University of Northern Iowa)


Sat July 1516:10-17:30Castelo IV + VPolitical Attitudes
“But, we like America...”: Pro-Americanism in East and Southeast Asia
Ming-chang Tsai (Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, RCHSS, Academia Sinica)

Does Strain Induce Support for Islamism
Amaney Jamal (Princeton University)

What factors drive socially conservative views in Central and Eastern Europe?
Jonathan Evans (Pew Research Center), Scott Gardner (Pew Research Center), Neha Sahgal (Pew Research Center), Kelsey Jo Starr (Pew Research Center)

Traditional media, opinion poll and democratic values
Satoko Yasuno (Chuo University)

Survey Experiments in the Arab World
Justin Gengler (SESRI, Qatar University)


Sat July 1516:10-17:30Castelo VI + VIIPanel: Population Values, Norms and Stereotypes in Social, Political and Economic Policies: Using WVS Data in Decision-making
Why Da’esh (ISIL) succeeded in Iraq?
Munqith Dagher (iiacss)

“The Judicial System in Argentina´s Political Culture – a Regional and International Comparison”
Marita Carballo (Voices Research and Consultancy)

Socio-Cultural differences in Social Exclusion
Juan Diez-nicolas (ASEP)

Immigration and Acculturation: Which Factors Impede Egalitarianism?
Bi Puranen (World Values Survey Association)

Types of Civic Engagement and its Determinants In Postcommunist Countries – Cross-Cultural Comparisons
Renata Siemienska (University of Warsaw M. Grzegorzewska University)


Sat July 1516:10-17:30Castelo XMedia Effects l
Televised News: The Effects of the ticker and additional images on political attitudes
Konrad Maj (SWPS University, Warsaw Poland)

Science in the news: The politicizing effect of conflict frames
Nikki Mcclaran (Florida State University), Jason Laustsen (Florida State University)

Exposure to social media celebrities and its association with young women’s disordered eating
Yara Qutteina (SESRI, Qatar University), Catherine Nasrallah (SESRI, Qatar University), Linda Kimmel (Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan), Salma Khaled (SESRI, Qatar University)

Differential paths to politics: news media, alternative media, and political participation in Taiwan
Chuanli Xia (City University of Hong Kong ), Fei Shen (City University of Hong Kong ), Yi Wu (City University of Hong Kong )

How perceptions of media influence and bias contribute to affective polarization
Chau Tong (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Haley Winckler (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Hernando Rojas (University of Wisconsin-Madison)


Sat July 1518:30-20:30WAPOR Welcome Reception/President’s Remarks

Sun July 1609:00-10:00Castelo IIIOpening Plenary

Sun July 1610:00-10:20Coffee Break

Sun July 1610:20-11:40Castelo IIISocial and Digital Media
SOCIAL MEDIA USE AMONGST PARTIES AND CANDIDATES IN THE 20TH KNESSET ELECTORAL CAMPAIGN
Sharon Haleva-amir (Bar-Ilan University )

The extent of online personal curated flow: An in-­‐depth looking into twitter users’ daily political disclosure
Fan Yang (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

"Pray for Aleppo" – The determinants of social media discussion about the Syrian refugee crises across the world
Kokil Jaidka (University of Pennsylvania), Saifuddin Ahmed (University of California Davis)

Beyond the trends: Using Google and other data to evaluate opinion and policy in Australia
Nicholas Biddle (Australian National University)

An APPetite for APPs: A Comparison of Heavily Reliant and Light Reliant App Users on Political Activity and Media Use
Barbara Kaye (University of Tennessee), Tom Johnson (University of Texas - Austin)


Sun July 1610:20-11:40Castelo IV + VComparative Perspectives
Does the Welfare State Reduce Class Conflict? Public Perceptions in 30 Nations
Jonathan Kelley (University of Nevada), Mdr Evans (University of Nevada), Francis Castles (Australian National University)

Window-dressing or democratic change? A comparison of legal amendments in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia after the Arab spring
Caroline Lindekamp (School for International and Intercultural Communication (SIIC))

The rise of the right and the challenges of contemporary democracy: an analysis of the 2016 political events in the United Kingdom, the United States and Brazil
Bernardo Hoffman Versieux (PUC Minas), Otávio Soares Dulci (PUC Minas)

The impact of Globalization on everyday life: A multi-country comparative survey
Vanesa Berenstein (GlobeScan)

The political socialization of attitudes towards social inclusion in comparative perspective
Juan Castillo (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile), Daniel Miranda (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile), Andres Sandoval-hernandez (University of Bath)


Sun July 1610:20-11:40Castelo VI + VIIWeb and Mobile Surveys
Collecting data using short-message service (SMS) – A study in three European countries
Steve Schwarzer (Pew Research Center), Danielle Cuddington (Pew Research Center), Patrick Moynihan (Pew Research Center), Gijs Houten Van (Eurofound)

Smart(phone) Approaches to Mobile App Data Collection
Jeff Hancock (Stanford University), Yasamin Miller (YMG), Lorene Nelson (Stanford University), Cheryl Gore-felton (Stanford University), Juan Lavista (Microsoft), Carlos Acle (Onetree), Ingrid Oakley-girvan (Cancer Prevention Institute of California)

The Effects on Data Quality of Horizontal and Vertical Question Orientation and Scales of Different Length for Respondents Using Smartphones, Tablets and PCs
Johan Martinsson (University of Gothenburg), Delia Dumitrescu (University of East Anglia), Elias Markstedt (University of Gothenburg)

It’s Not Either/Or: Web Probing and Cognitive Interviewing in Question Evaluation Studies
Paul Scanlon (National Center for Health Statistics), Jennifer Edgar (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

The effects of splitting long questionnaires in web surveys
Evangelia Kartsounidou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), Ioannis Andreadis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)


Sun July 1610:20-11:40Castelo XImmigration l
Chile and the new immigrants: elements associated with the rejection of the arrival of foreigners
Nicolle Etchegaray (Universidad Diego Portales), Andrés Scherman (Universidad Diego Portales)

Attitudes towards Immigration in Latin America. Individual and Context Determinants of Fearing Job Competition
Victoria Prieto (Universidad de la República), Martin Koolhaas (Universidad de la República), Sofia Robaina (Universidad de la República), Adela Pellegrino (universidad de la república)

Have the conditioning of public opinion towards immigrants changed in Europe?
Virginia Ros (City, University of London)

Who Supports Giving Immigrants Publicly Funded Health Care? A Comparative Study of Attitudes in the US, UK, Germany, Sweden, Portugal and Taiwan
Rueyling Tzeng (Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica)

Who Wants to Migrate from Arab Countries and Why?
Karl Kaltenthaler (University of Akron)


Sun July 1611:50-13:00Castelo IIIPanel: World Values Survey Findings and Political Behavior: Understanding and Predicting Participation and Voting
The Mobile Device Gap in Protest Behavior: Findings from the World Values Survey
Alejandro Moreno (ITAM, Mexico)

Using World Values Survey Indicators to Predict Democratic Backsliding
Roberto Foa (University of Melbourne), Yascha Mounk (Harvard University)

Satisfaction with democracy: A crisis in Western democracies?
Pippa Norris (Harvard University)

Patterns of Conventional and Un-Conventional Political Participation in Global Perspective
Kseniya Kizilova (World Values Survey Association), Christian Haerpfer (World Values Survey Association)


Sun July 1611:50-13:00Castelo IV + VPanel: Discourse on the Globality of Global Polls- Initiating a Discourse on Their Replicability, Projectability and Practicality
POLLING 100,000 CITIZENS OF THE WORLD - Analysing them beyond, beneath and at the level of the state
Ijaz Gilani (Chairman, Gilani Research Foundation & Gallup Pakistan), Takashi Inoguchi (President, Nigata University, Japan)

Global Public Opinion Research: Thinking About the Where, What and How (Dr. Gilani Panel on Global Opinion Research)
David Jodice (D3 Systems, Inc. )

Regional and Global Peace Polls as a Factor in Policy Making
Colin Irwin (University of Liverpool)


Sun July 1611:50-13:00Castelo VI + VIIPanel: The Political Culture in Transformation: Longitudinal and Comparative Analyses
Changing values and patterns of participation in Latin America
Ednaldo Ribeiro (State University of Maringá), Julian Borba (Federal University of Santa Catarina), Lucas Okado (Federal University of Parana)

On dissatisfied democrats in Portugal before and after the bailout: a longitudinal and comparative approach
Conceição Pequito Teixeira (ISCSP), Ana M. Belchior (ISCTE-IUL)

Political institutions and the civic culture. A comparison between Latin America and Europe
Ana M. Belchior (ISCTE-IUL), Ednaldo Ribeiro (State University of Maringá and Federal University of Paraná), Viriato Queiroga (ISCTE), Julian Borba (Federal University of Santa Catarina), José Manuel Leite Viegas (ISCTE-IUL)

The Political Tolerance in Portugal and Southern Europe: changes made by a crisis
Viriato Queiroga (ISCTE-IUL)


Sun July 1611:50-13:00Castelo XPanel: Global Voting Trends
Global Voting Trends: analysis of presidential elections.
Sara Morais Vargas (GAD3), JosÉ Juan GarcÍa-vazquez (GAD3)

Global Voting Trends: Analysis of Referendums
Juan Benito Lozano (GAD3), Narciso Michavila (GAD3)

Global Voting Trends: Analysis of Parliamentary Elections
Jose Juan García-vázquez (GAD3), Juan Benito (GAD3)


Sun July 1613:00-14:15Lunch

Sun July 1614:15-15:35Castelo IIIMethods III
Rating Your Health: Examining Differential Item Functioning and Non-Health-Related Factors in Self-Ratings of Health
Patrick Lazarevic (TU Dortmund University)

The influence of survey characteristics on the quality of the education variable
Verena Ortmanns (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Who Are You? Variability in Self-Report of Identity and its Consequences for Survey Research
Claire Durand (Université de Montréal), Yves-emmanuel Massé-francois (CIQSS), Michael Smith (McGill University), Luis Patricio Pena Ibarra (Université de Montreal)

Investigating the cognitive processes underlying respondents’ behavior when confronted with check-all-that-apply question and forced-choice question formats
Cornelia Neuert (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Inference from Non-Representative Sample in On-line Research
Hynek Jerabek (Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences)


Sun July 1614:15-15:35Castelo IV + VPolicy
Losers of Globalization, Losers in Representation? Investigating Aspects of Unequal Policy Representation in Europe
Emmanouil Tsatsanis (CIES-IUL, ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute), Ana Belchior (ISCTE-IUL)

Public Communication and Health Policy: The Brazilian government campaigns on Facebook to strike Aedes aegypti
Edna Miola (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná)

Dynamics of the Public Opinion-Foreign Policy Nexus in the Philippines: Analysis of Evidence Based on Survey Data
Iremae Labucay (Social Weather Stations)

Attitudes Towards Relevance of Statistics in Public Policy-Making
Jennifer Childs (U.S. Census Bureau), Casey Eggleston (U.S. Census Bureau), Gerson Morales (U.S. Census Bureau), Aleia Fobia (U.S. Census Bureau)


Sun July 1614:15-15:35Castelo VI + VIIThe Health of Politics
Democracy in the U.S.: Robust or Brittle?
Floyd Ciruli (Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research)

What’s Driving Democratic Deconsolidation?
Edward Freeland (Princeton University), Oscar Torres-reyna (Princeton University)

Values, social order and state building in weak institutional settings
Andrés Casas-casas (Corpovisionarios)

The crisis of political representation: the Portuguese case
Manuel Villaverde Cabral (Instituto of Social Sciences - University of Lisbon), Susana Salgado (Instituto of Social Sciences - University of Lisbon)

The Development of a Measure of Perceived Threat to Political Performance
R. Lance Holbert (Temple University)


Sun July 1614:15-15:35Castelo XGender Issues
Gender roles’ influence on political ambition gaps: Evidence from Chile
Ingrid Bachmann (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), Sebastián Valenzuela (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), Matias Bargsted (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)

In Women's Employment Preferences, The Location (Home or Away) Is as Important as The Time Requirement
Smc Kelley (University of California, Berkeley), Cge Kelley (International Survey Center at New Haven)

Work values and job preferences in Europe: gender aspect
Natalia Soboleva (LCSR Higher School of Economics)

The Image of Women in Advertising in Latin America: Femvertising as Strategy for Advertising Creation
Vanda Do Socorro Amin (Universidade da Amazônia), Hélder Fabrício Ribeiro (Universidade da Amazônia), Neusa Pressler (Universidade da Amazônia)

Manifestations and Protests of the Movement NI UNA MENOS against the violence suffered by women in Argentina: Analysis of the opinions expressed in Social Media posts
Neusa Pressler (Universidade da Amazônia), Vanda Do Socorro Furtado Amin (Program in Communication, Languages and Culture (PPGCLC) of the University of Amazon / Ser Educacional. )


Sun July 1615:35-16:00Coffee Break

Sun July 1616:00-17:20Castelo IIIPolling
Pre-Election Polling in 2016 U.S. Battleground States: The Anatomy of a Perfect Storm
Tamas Bodor (University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point)

To use or not to use: vote recall and non-reponse bias in pre-election polls.
Pablo Cabrera Alvarez (Universidad de Salamanca), Rafael Modesto Escobar Mercado (Universidad de Salamanca)

Adding 2 and 2 to get 5? How far has recent reporting of election polls conveyed conclusions that could be justified by the data?
Roger Mortimore (Ipsos MORI / King's College London), Sir Robert Worcester (Ipsos MORI), Mark Gill (MORI Caribbean / King's College London)

Misinformation about Misinformation? Of Headlines and Survey Design
Robert Luskin (University of Texas at Austin), Gaurav Sood (Gaurav Sood Consulting)

Lacking Cultural Awareness: Group Identity, Bad Data and False 'Understandings' of US Politics
Gary Segura (University of California, Los Angeles), Matt Barreto (University of California, Los Angeles), Francisco Pedraza (University of California, Riverside), Ali Valenzuela (Princeton University)


Sun July 1616:00-17:20Castelo IV + VPolitical Trust and Legitimacy l
How to Explain Variation in Institutional Trust in the World, a 4-level Longitudinal Model
Claire Durand (Université de Montréal), Luis Patricio Pena Ibarra (Université de Montréal), Anne-sophie Charest (Université Laval)

Disentangling Trust and Perceived Trustworthiness? Towards a More Differentiated Analysis of Trust
Anna Almakaeva (Higher School of Economics), Nicolas Griesshaber (European Central Bank)

Race and Institutional Trust in Brazil, South Africa, and the United States
Fabricio Fialho (University of California, Los Angeles)


Sun July 1616:00-17:20Castelo VI + VIIMedia Coverage of Politics
Game of Thrones or House of Cards? Framing parliamentary elections in the news media
Agnieszka Stepinska (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan), Susana Salgado (Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon)

The media coverage of 2015 legislative elections in Portugal
Filipe Resende (Universidade Católica Portuguesa)

The Housing Bubble in the Spanish Press. The distorted views of politicians and economists before and after the burst
Angel Arrese (School of Communication, University of Navarra), Alfonso Vara (School of Communication, University of Navarra)

Portuguese primetime punditry
Rita Figueiras (Universidade Católica Portuguesa)

Does News Coverage of Policy Preferences Enhance Democratic Responsiveness or Serve to Legitimize Elite Agendas?
Benjamin Toff (University of Oxford)


Sun July 1616:00-17:20Castelo XRacial, Cultural & Ethnic Issues
Urban and Rural Differences in the Contrast between Worry about Criminal Victimization, Race Relations, Illegal Immigration, and Drugs in Missouri, USA
Joan Hermsen (University of Missouri), Eileen Avery (University of Missouri), Katelynn Towne (University of Missouri)

Race and Police Practices in U.S.: Law and Order Meets Black Lives Matter
Floyd Ciruli (Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research)

Acquiescence Measurement Comparability across Diverse Hispanic Populations in the U.S.
Timothy Johnson (University of Illinois at Chicago), Rachel Davis (University of South Carolina), Sunghee Lee (University of Michigan)

Brexit and Prejudice Against Immigrants: The UK Is Not Unique
Mdr Evans (University of Nevada), Jonathan Kelley (International Survey Centre at Point Marka)


Sun July 1619:00-21:00Award Ceremony and Banquet

Mon July 1709:00-10:20Castelo IIIElections
To Read or Not to Read: Measuring Minor Party Candidates in Winner-Take-All Elections
Peter Woolley (Fairleigh Dickinson University), Daniel Cassino (Fairleigh Dickinson University)

Traits, Competencies or Policy Signals? Candidate Identity and Electability in Tunisia
Lindsay Benstead (Portland State University), Ellen Lust (University of Gothenburg)

Valence and position in campaign conversion: Panel evidence from three Spanish general elections
Enrique García-viñuela (Universidad Complutense), Ignacio Jurado (University of York), Pedro Riera (Universidad Carlos III)

The Changing Nature of Campaigning in the Digital Age
Pedro Magalhaes (Institute of Social Science-University of Lisbon), John Aldrich (Duke University), Rachel Gibson (University of Mancheser), Rosalynd Southern (University of Manchester)

Fake News and the Election of Mauricio Macri in Argentina
Mariana De Maio (San Diego State University)


Mon July 1709:00-10:20Castelo IV + VParty Politics & Polarization
Dominant Parties and Public Opinion
Eli Feiman (United States Department of State)

Are Ideological Groups More Partisan in Times of Crisis? Economic Evaluations, Political Ideology and Incumbent Parties in Europe
Frederic Gonthier (School pf Political Sciences. University of Grenoble Alpes)

Media Partisanship and Polarized Public Opinion on Social Media
Sehrish Mushtaq (Technical University Dresden ), Fawad Baig (Technical University Dresden )

Public opinion polarization within population and inter groups: an analysis of Hong Kong.
Yi Wu (City University of Hong Kong), Fei Shen (City University of Hong Kong)

Evolution of Moral Politics: Analysis on the Moral Foundations of Korean Political Parties
Changdong Oh (Yonsei University)


Mon July 1709:00-10:20Castelo VI + VIIMedia Effects ll
Media Effects on Public Opinion- Online Panel Surveys
Marina Lobo (Institute of social sciences)

Our culture, their culture: measuring the impact of Hollywood and Bollywood movies on Indian youth culture
Dhyan Singh (Govt. Degree College Dharamshala)

Mass media as students’ political socialization agents. About their influence on the configuration of youth political culture.
Carlos Muñiz (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), Alma Rosa Saldierna (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), Felipe De Jesús Marañón (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), Alondra Salazar (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León)

Can one tackle negative representations of refugees in the media with positive ones? Lessons from Vienna’s mayoral election on Facebook in the refugee crisis of 2015
Liriam Sponholz (CMC, Austrian Academy of Sciences and Alpen Adria University)

Study on the relationship among media use, social justice, and political trust in China
Jing Li (Institute of Arts and Humanities, Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Yungeng Xie (School of Media and Design, Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Ting Rong (School of Media and Design, Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Rui Liu (Institute of Arts and Humanities, Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Yi Liu (Institute of Arts and Humanities, Shanghai Jiao Tong University)


Mon July 1709:00-10:20Castelo XPublic Opinion Through the Lens of Demographic Variables
Family values and number of children across Europe: does generation matter?
Tatiana Karabchuk (United Arab Emirates University )

Income and happiness in Poland and the USA: Discrepancies between actual income and the income one believes necessary
Krzysztof Zagorski (Kozminski University)

Religion and Optimism in Korea and the United States
Jibum Kim (Sungkyunkwan University), Sori Kim (Sungkyunkwan university), Jeong-han Kang (Yonsei University), Tom Smith (NORC at the University of Chicago)

The impact of public opinion on youth consumption
Cristina Santos (ULHT)


Mon July 1710:30-11:30Castelo XPlenary: Public Opinion in Portugal (with coffee)

Mon July 1711:40-13:00Castelo IIIPanel: The Effect of the Europeanization of the European Parliament Campaigns on Voter Decision
Persuasion, reinforcement or none of the above? Debate effects in crisis-struck and growing European economies during the 2014 EP election campaign
José Santana-pereira (University of Lisbon)

The effect of the Europeanization of the European Parliament campaigns on voter decision
Patrício Costa (Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Porto), Rúben Silva (Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Porto), Filipe Falcão (Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Porto)

European elections in times of crisis: an opportunity for new political parties
João Moniz (University of Aveiro)

Everyone ignores Europe? Party campaigns and media coverage in the 2009 EP elections
Carlos Jalali (University of Aveiro)

The Importance of Being European: Levels of influence and the parties’ direct political communication
Susana Salgado (University of Lisbon, Institute of Social Sciences), Patrícia Silva (University of Aveiro), Tiago Silva (European University Institute, Florence)


Mon July 1711:40-13:00Castelo IV + VPolitical Trust and Legitimacy II
Personality, Democratic Legitimacy and Support for Authoritarian Alternatives
Sergio Wals (University of Nebraska), Alejandro Moreno (Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico), Jeffery Mondak (University of Illinois), Damarys Canache (University of Illinois), Dona-gene Barton (University of Nebraska)

Welfare States and Generalized Trust in Europe: Testing the Impact of Means-tested vs. Universal Social Expenditure on Trust in Strangers, 2002-2014
Jan Mewes (Umeå University)

Confidence in State Organizations among Egyptians before and after the 2011 Uprising: Conclusions from the World Value Survey
Mohammed Aboelenein (UAE University)

Experience of illegal behavior as a factor explaining limited political trust. The case of Poland
Katarzyna Staszynska (Kozminski University)

Social Trust and Trust in the Chinese Government New Media Platforms
Hong Chen (school of Communication , East China Normal University), Yungeng Xie (Institute of Arts and Humanities, Shanghai Jiao Tong University)


Mon July 1711:40-13:00Castelo VI + VIISocial Media
Political use of social media: Facebook posts, incivility, and willingness to participate online
Porismita Borah (Washington State University)

Social Media as a Public Sphere
Soo Young Bae (University of Massachusetts, Amherst )

Superposters, Specialization and Service: Digital Public Consultations on Twitter about the Brazilian Civil Rights Framework for the Internet
Letícia Capone (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro), Arthur Ituassu (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro), Sergio Lifschitz (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro), Vivian Mannheimer (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro), Caroline Pecoraro (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro), Gabriele Roza (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro), Patrick Sava (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro)

A Tale of Two Social Media Tools: Comparing the Roles of Facebook and WhatsApp for Political Participation in Hong Kong
Marko Skoric (City University of Hong Kong), Saifuddin Ahmed (University of California, Davis)

Second-Screen as Only-Screen: The Effect of Social Media Cues within Facebook Live Broadcasts
David Carr (Idaho State University)


Mon July 1711:40-13:00Castelo XTalking About Politics
Examining the impact of public opinion on hardcore individuals
Swee Kiat Tay (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Albert Gunther (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Measuring interpersonal political communication: Methodological and ethical challenges
Nicole Podschuweit (University of Erfurt), Kaija Biermann (University of Mainz), Franziska Struck (University of Erfurt), Annemarie Wiedicke (University of Erfurt)

Do U.S. Parents Bite Their Tongues? Opinion Expression Regarding Clinton and Trump Depends on Parent-Child Political Agreement
William Eveland (Ohio State University), Amy Nathanson (Ohio State University)

“The more you know, the more you hate” How news and political talk shape political knowledge and affective polarization in Colombia, Mexico and the United States
Jiyoun Suk (University of Wisconsin-Madison), David Coppini (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Carlos Muñiz (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), Hernando Rojas (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Political Events, News Flows, and Opinion Expression: Communication Dynamics During the 2016 Presidential Election
Stephanie Edgerly (Northwestern University ), Leticia Bode (Georgetown ), Dhavan Shah (University of Wisconsin ), Kjerstin Thorson (Michigan State University ), Esther Thorson (Michigan State University ), Emily Vraga (George Mason University ), Chris Wells (University of Wisconsin )


Mon July 1713:00-14:30Lunch

Mon July 1714:30-15:30Castelo IIIPublic Opinion and Health Issues
Of nature, trust, and health: Understanding public opinion of GM foods
Kathleen Rose (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Leona Su (University of Utah), Christopher Wirz (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Dominique Brossard (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Dietram Scheufele (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Michael Xenos (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Gender, Biomedical Self-Efficacy, Science Knowledge, and people’s Confidence in Challenging Diagnoses given by their General Practitioner.
Andreea Moldovam (ISER, University of Essex)

A Trilingual and Comparative Approach to Understanding the Conversation about the Zika Virus on Social Media
Christopher Wirz (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Jennifer Chung (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Dominique Brossard (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Dietram Scheufele (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Michael Xenos (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Luisa Massarani (Red de popularización de la Ciencia y la Tecnología en América latina y el caribe), Andrew Maynard (Arizona State University)

Bridging the e-health literacy knowledge gap among older adults through interest in medical information
Fiona Chew (Syracuse University)


Mon July 1714:30-15:30Castelo IV + VImmigration ll
Immigrants, Muslims, elites and EU bureaucrats – How singling out new scapegoats in the context of globalization influences political participation levels across Europe
Rico Neumann (University of Washington)

Structural versus standard measurement of heterogeneity in personal networks: what consequences on attitudes towards immigrants
Marlène Sapin (FORS and NCCR LIVES, University of Laussanne), Dominique Joye (Life Course and Inequality Research Centre, University of Lausanne), Eric D. Widmer (Department of Sociology, University of Geneva)

Feared consequences of migration for receiving societies. The case of Uruguayan population´ attitudes towards foreign immigration
Martin Koolhaas (universidad de la república), Victoria Prieto (Universidad de la República), Sofia Robaina (Universidad de la República)

Attitudes Towards Immigration and Vote Choice in Ecuador
Inaki Sagarzazu (Texas Tech University), Nina Weisehomeier (IE School of International Relations)

Cross-cultural measurement invariance among German migrants
Jonas Beste (Institute of Employment Research (IAB))


Mon July 1714:30-15:30Castelo VI + VIIPopulism
Is Right-Wing Populism a Belief System? Empirical analyses from the US and Germany
Tobias Rothmund (University of Koblenz-Landau), Flávio Azevedo (University of Cologne)

Effects or Trash? The influence of Tabloid Newspapers on Populist Sentiment: Anti-Immigration, Support for the Freedom Party of Austria, and the Moderating Role of Media Skepticism
Trevor Diehl (University of Vienna), Ramona Vonbun (Free University of Berlin)

Cultural Backlash and the new Populism: Distinguishing Cohort, Period and Life-Cycle Effects
Pippa Norris (Harvard University)

Motivated cognition, conspiratorial epistemology, and bullshit: A model of post-factual political discourse
Marko Kovic (ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research), Petra Kaya Von Gerr (ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research), Emre Akbulut (ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research), Adrian Rauchfleisch (ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research), Marc Sele (ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research), Christian Caspar (ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research)


Mon July 1714:30-15:30Castelo XPanel: Contributing to Policy-making to End Poverty
Policy-Relevant Findings from the Pilot ‘Survey of the Poor’ in India
Doug Miller (GlobeScan Foundation)

Comparing Polling-based API (Absolute Poverty Index) to the Human Development Index (HDI) in India
Yashwant Deshmukh (CVoter Foundation)

Contributing to Policy-making to End Poverty
Eugene Kritski (GlobeScan Inc.)


Mon July 1715:30-16:45WAPOR Dessert and Members’ Meeting

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