Friday, October 11th

Keynotes and Impulse Presentations of Content-Analytical Projects

(open to the interested general public)

University of Hamburg, Lecture Hall H (Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1, 20146 Hamburg)

09:00-09:30 Registration & Welcome Coffee
09:30-10:00 Welcome Address by the Organizers and the Hans-Bredow-Institute
Eva Boller, Michael Grimm & Uwe Hasebrink
10:00-10:30 Keynote 1: Visual Framing in Press Photography: Prominent Trends & Methodological Challenges

Shahira Fahmy (University of Arizona, Tucson, USA)

10:30-12:45 Panel 1: Visual Framing within (Press) Photographs

Stephanie Geise (University of Erfurt, Germany / University of Texas, Austin, USA) & Michael Grimm (Hans-Bredow-Institute at the University of Hamburg, Germany)
What’s really ‘in’ a frame? Chances and Challenges of Applying Standardized Approaches of (Visual) Content Analysis to Research Visual Frames

Elke Grittmann (Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany)
Analyzing Visuals in Political Media Discourse. An Integrative Approach of Picture Type Analysis and Visual Framing

Andrea Pogliano (University of Eastern Piemont, Italy) & Marco Solaroli (University of Bologna, Italy / New York University, USA)
The Visual Construction of Immigration in the Italian Press. News Photography and Meta-communicative Cultural Frames

Yulia Lukashina (University of Technology, Dresden, Germany)
Visual Images on Facebook: Understanding Dimensions of the Right-Wing Ideology

Martin R. Herbers (Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen, Germany) & Anna-Maria Volpers (University of Muenster, Germany)
(Too) Open for Analysis? The Methodology of Content Analysis as a Challenge for Visual Framing Research

12:45-14:00 Lunch
Café Campus (Grindelallee 18, 20146 Hamburg)
14:00-14:30 Keynote 2: Visual Framing Research in Multimodal Contexts: The Visual Frame Beyond the NewsKaty Parry (University of Leeds, UK)
14:30-16:30 Panel 2: Visual Framing within Multimodal Contexts

Katharina Lobinger (University of Bremen, Germany) & Stephanie Geise (University of Erfurt, Germany / University of Texas, Austin, USA)
Media Frames are Multimodal! Theoretical Approaches, EmpiricalConceptualizations and Dormant Potentials of Multimodal Framing  Research

Ilija Tomani? Trivundža (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Icons of Democracy or Frames of Otherness?

Stefan Meier (University of Technology, Chemnitz, Germany)
Visual Framing: A Social Semiotical Adaption

Dimitrinka Atanasova (University of Leicester, UK)
In Search of Obesity Frames in Online News Stories: Analysing News Narratives and News Photographs

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break
17:00-17:30 Keynote 3: Content Analysis and Framing Research in the Study of Pictures and Audiovisual Media

Michael Griffin (Macalester College, Saint Paul, USA)

17:30-19:30 Panel 3: Visual Framing within Audiovisual Material

Michael Grimm (Hans-Bredow-Institute at the University of Hamburg, Germany)
Moving forward. Facing Methodological Challenges of Analyzing Visual Frames in Audiovisual Material

Eva Boller (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Visual War Frames. How was the War in Libya Presented in TV News?

Heidi Hirsto (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria) & Yrjö Tuunanen (Aalto University, Finland)
Economic Citizenship in Online Financial News: Representing Citizens in Photography, Video, and Text

Antje Glück (University of Leeds, UK)
The Deployment of Emotions in Journalism. A Cross-National Comparison

20:00 Dinner
Restaurant Brodersen (Rothenbaumchaussee 46, 20148 Hamburg)