Debatin presents his research overseas, nearby
Professor Bernhard Debatin presented four papers in the first three months of 2011.
He gave an invited keynote paper at the X. Media Ethics Symposium in Stuttgart, Germany, on January 13. He gave his presentation, entitled "Social Online Networks from a Media Ethical Perspective" in German at the event, which was organized by the Stuttgart-based University of Media (Hochschule der Medien).
Dr. Debatin also presented a panel paper at the annual political communication conference Framing as Political Process in Münster, Germany on Feb. 11. He presented his paper, "Framing of Politics and the Politics of Framing: The Metaphorical Framing of the Ground Zero Mosque Debate" in English at the event organized by the German Association of Political Scientists (DVPW) and the political communication section of the German equivalent to AEJMC (DGpuK).
On Feb. 18, Professor Debatin gave a plenary paper at the annual media ethics conference Media and Civil Society in Munich, Germany. The paper, entitled "Core Competencies in the Civil Society" was presented in German at the conference, which was organized by the Media Ethics Network and the media ethics section of the German equivalent to AEJMC (DGpuK).
Closer to home, he gave a panel paper at the annual conference of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) in Cincinnati, Ohio, on March 4. The presented the paper, entitled "Data-Mining in Online Networks: A Privacy Disaster?" at an event organized by the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE).