#SMSociety 2018 Poster Size Restrictions and Requirements

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The International Conference on Social Media & Society is less that 2 months away!  The organizing committee and volunteers are looking forward to meeting everyone and geeking out on three full days of social media research. One of the highlights of the conference is the interactive Poster Presentation and Reception featuring ~50 posters on Thursday, July 19 at 17:00-19:30 (5:00-7:30 p.m.). You can see the list of accepted posters below.

If you are a poster presenter, here are some tips:

  • Review a guide on “How to Create a Research Poster”  or “How to Design an Award-Winning Conference Poster
  • Bring your poster to the conference on July 18 or 19 and leave it with our volunteers at the registration desk between 08:30-13:00 (8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.). Our volunteers will set up your poster for you.
  • Poster boards (and velcro tape) will be supplied.
  • Feel free to leave your poster up for viewing on the following day of the conference.

Poster Size Options

  1. One large poster in a landscape layout (AO paper size / 33.1 in Height x 46.8 in Width) or
  2. Two small posters in a portrait layout (A1 paper size / 33.1 in Height  x 23.4 in Width) *Note: If you choose the A1 you will have to divide your content between the two (A1 size) posters, and the two A1 posters will be displayed in portrait mode side-by-side.

Where to print?

We suggest you print and bring your poster with you.  However, if you have time and would prefer to print your poster in Copenhagen, there are some local options:

Note: The Conference Organizers have not used these local print shops, so we are unable to confirm the cost or quality of their work.

2018 Posters

TitleAuthor(s)
"It Made Me Angry, I Commented on It!” The Impact of Reactions to News on Facebook on Commenting and SharingMihály Kapornaky and Adrienn Ujhelyi
#MHAW: Mental Health discourses on Twitter during Mental Health Awareness WeekMeiko Makita, Alejandro Bahena, Mahshid Abdoli and Amalia Mas Bleda
A Study of Global Media Network Influence with the Social Network AnalysisDebao Xiang
A Survey of Social Media Use for Political Participation in an African Context'Wale Oni
Acceptance Tweeting: An Analysis across Six Major Conferences in the Social SciencesChristoph Lutz and Gemma Newlands
Anonymous social media apps - beyond the normative prescriptions of identity-based platformsKillian O'Leary and Stephen Murphy
Applications of ‘Co-Retweeted network analysis’ to Scientific Arguments on TwitterDaisuke Yoshinaga and Mikihito Tanaka
Building a profile of missing people: Who are we sharing on Facebook and Twitter ?Simona Ciobotaru, Karen Shalev-Greene, Carl Adams and Craig Collie
Building Relationship among Stakeholder Partners in Social Media: A Baseline Study for Microfinance Institutions in the PhilippinesRaffy Antes
Bystander Intervention in Social Networking Site Cyberbullying Incidents: An Expectancy Violations ApproachNicholas Brody
Celebrities’ Campaign Candor: Discourse Analysis of Political Voice on InstagramJune Macon
Changes of Twitter Usage of Candidates During Election Campaign in JapanKenji Yoshimi and Daiji Hario
Communication as Play: A Pilot Study on Line Sticker WarsKe Chia Chen and Hsiaomei Wu
Comparing the Use of Facebook in Two Election CampaignsJudit Bar-Ilan, Noa Aharony and Jenny Bronstein
Consumers’ Online Preferences and Social ClosenessRuby Saine and Maling Ebrahimpour
Content Aware Twitter Location Inference using Quadtree Spatial Indexes and Natural Language ProcessingOluwaseun Ajao, Deepayan Bhowmik and Shahrzad Zargari
Data Collection from Gab.ai : Working with and Building Tools for Undocumented APIsChristopher Stevens and Nicholas Worby
Dissemination of Scientific Research and Knowledge by Spanish Public Research Institutions in Social Networking SitesÁngel Hernández-García, Emiliano Acquila-Natale, Julián Chaparro-Peláez and Santiago Iglesias-Pradas
Distant Mirrors: Reflections of Authoritative Rule in the Facebook Posting Habits of Syrian Refugees in EuropeAnisa Abeytia
Do Read the Comments: Comparative Analysis of Audience Engagement with International Sailing RaceSvetlana Grushina
Early public responses to the Zika-virus on YouTube: Prevalence of and differences between conspiracy theory and informational videosAdina Nerghes, Peter Kerkhof and Iina Hellsten
Engaging alumni on social media: What content influences alumni to give to their alma mater?Adam Peruta
Examining Social Media News Engagement in Six Asian Countries and The Roles of Political Social Networks and EfficacyMichael Chan, Hsuan-Ting Chen and Francis L. F. Lee
Examining the Role of Second Screening in Influencing Political EngagementHsuan-Ting Chen
Exploring adolescent social media use and high schools: Tensions and compatibilitiesStacey Rutledge, Vanessa Dennen, Lauren Bagdy, Jerrica Rowlett and Shannon Burnick
Exploring attitudes to ‘catfish’ impersonating and feigning illness online.Jacqui Taylor, Andy Pulman and Olivia Tickle
From #RelationshipGoals to #Heartbreak – How does romantic relationship status effect the patterns of Instagram activity?Lili Fejes-Vékássy and Adrienn Ujhelyi
From 13 Reasons Why to Suicide Watch: Reddit Discussions about the Controversial Netflix SeriesHua Wang, Haoran Chu and Anatoliy Gruzd
Get That Son Of A Bitch Off The Field: A Digital Analysis of Donald Trump’s War Against the NFLJames Lowe and Katie Lebel
Good medicine tastes bitter? Emotional tone of social Q&A messages and query outcomesSei-Ching Joanna Sin, Chei Sian Lee and Xinran Chen
Government Activities on Facebook: A content analysis of selected government ministries’ Facebook pages in BangladeshShaharima Parvin
Hashtags: Call to action or conversation starter?Adrienne Hall-Phillips, Te-Lin Chung and Olivia Johnson
Identifying Patterns of Bot Interference across Election Campaigns on TwitterOlga Boichak, Sam Jackson, Jeff Hemsley, Rebekah Tromble and Sikana Tanupabrungsun
Individual psychological differences and susceptibility to fake news.Jacqui Taylor, Sinead Graham, Jack Minto-Lindgren and Ellie Millard
Influencing Policy Narratives on Social Media A Big Data Analysis of the Canadian Refugee Discourse on TwitterAdnan Raja
Influencing the Conversation on Male Suicide and Masculinity using Social Media Network data from the Man Up Documentary and CampaignMarisa Schlichthorst, Kylie King and Jane Pirkis
Networked selves and networked publics in academia: Investigating the bounds of personal and professional selves presented by academics through social media platformsKaty Jordan
Nothing nice to tweet: Exploring increased negativity on Twitter over time through the lens of the Mediated Skewed Diffusion of Issues Information TheoryBree Mcewan and Jill Hopke
Online Crowd-Funding Campaigns: Differences in Donation Amount based on Donor VisibilitySarah Jayne A. Connick-Keefer and Stuart I. Hammond
Opinion leaders’ susceptibility to fake news and echo chambersSara Minaeian, Ariane Paquet-Labelle and Elizabeth Dubois
Passing the Torch to the Next Generation of Olympic Fans: An Exploration of the Digital Engagement Strategies Used During the 2018 Winter OlympicsKatie Lebel
Public Discourse on Race: Analysis of Mass Shootings, Racial Identity, and Public Sentiment on TwitterKathy Tian
Seniors and smartphones: An examination from a usage and symbolic perspectiveMichael Chan and Cicy Tong
Share on archive – Addressing the challenges of sharing research data from social mediaJohannes Breuer
Social Access: Young People with Physical Disabilities Seek Acceptance through Digital MediaHerminder Kaur
Social Comparison in the digital age of fashion bloggingAthena Choi
Social Media Activism: Goodbye Tweets from the Siege of AleppoJaana Davidjants
Social Network Site and Belgium-Taiwanese Migrant: How Technology Helps Immigrant to acquire Social CapitalHsien-Ming Lin
The law, social media and the victimisation of womenLaura Bliss
The Refugee/Migrant crisis dichotomy on Twitter: A network and sentiment perspectiveAdina Nerghes and Ju-Sung Lee
Towards an Understanding of How Norwegian Social Influencers Negotiate Consumerism and Feminism on InstagramMathilde Hogsnes and Kjeld Hansen
Transitions in Social Media Use Between High School and College: From Panopticon to Wild West?Vanessa Dennen, Lauren Bagdy, Hajeen Choi, Demetrius Rice and Ginny Smith
Tweeting vaccine images: a social network analysis of pro- and anti-vaccination Twitter communities and influencersElena Milani, Peter Webb and Emma Weitkamp
Twitter’s Front Page: The Role of Agenda-setting Theory in Gatekeeping of Information on Twitter in France and KuwaitAlbaraa Altourah

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