Global Media and Politics

Publications

Shahin, S., Zheng, P., Sturm, H. A., & Fadnis, D. (2016). Protesting the paradigm: A comparative study of news coverage of protests in Brazil, China, and India. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 21(2), 143–164. doi: 10.1177/1940161216631114

Shahin, S. (2015). Mediated modernities: (Meta)narratives of modern nationhood in Indian and Pakistani media, 1947-2007. Global Media and Communication, 11(2), 147–166. doi: 10.1177/1742766515588417

Shahin, S. (2012). Controlled chaos: Iran’s hot peace with Afghanistan. In M. Makinsky (Ed.), L’Iran et les grands acteurs regionaux et globaux (pp. 321-337). Paris: L’Harmattan.

Conference Papers & Presentations

Shahin, S., Smidi, A., & Kim, K. (2018, May). Orientalism meets Californian Ideology: A meta-analysis of research on new and legacy media’s role in the Arab Spring, 2011-2016. Accepted for presentation at the ICA annual conference (Political Communication Division), Prague.

Shahin, S. (2018, March). Computational methods in communication research: Using LDA topic modeling and regex to identify ideological influences in U.S. news coverage. Presented at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green.

Zheng, P. & Shahin, S. (2017, August). The peace paradigm? A network analytic approach to media and contentious politics in the global south. Selected for presentation at the ICA annual conference (Political Communication Division), San Diego.

Shahin, S., Oz, M., & Vu, H. (2017, February). The green revolution: Why anti-environmental projects mobilized citizens against authoritarian regimes in Vietnam and Turkey. Selected for presentation at the International Studies Association annual conference, Baltimore.

Shahin, S. & Zheng, P. (2016, September). The Iran nuclear deal: How global power relations shape global news. Presented at the APSA annual conference (Political Communication Division), Philadelphia.

Zheng, P. & Shahin, S. (2016, May). Locating the ‘paradigm’ in protest paradigm: A comparative network analysis. Presented at the WAPOR annual conference, Austin.

Shahin, S. (2016, March). Global politics and the indexing and framing of global news: A six-nation study. Presented at the ISA annual conference, Atlanta.

Shahin, S. & Jung, H. (2015, October). Music on the Orient Express: Postcolonial readings of US media coverage of Korean Wave and Bollywood musicals. Presented at the Global Fusion annual conference, College Station.

Shahin, S., Zheng, P., Sturm, H. A., & Fadnis, D. (2015, August). Protesting the paradigm: A comparative study of news coverage of protests in Brazil, China, and India. Presented at the AEJMC annual conference (International Communication Division), San Francisco.

Shahin, S. (2015, February). The more things change…: News media, collective memory, and the enduring India-Pakistan rivalry. Presented at the ISA annual conference, New Orleans.

Shahin, S. (2014, October). Mediated modernities: (Meta)narratives of modern nationhood in India and Pakistani press, 1947-2007. Presented at the Global Fusion annual conference, Austin. *Top Student Paper Award.

Shahin, S. (2014, October). Concluding remarks at the Wrap-up Session of Global Fusion annual conference, Austin.

Shahin, S. & Pain, P. (2014, August). Mediating nation-ness: Nationhood and national identity in Indian and Pakistani media, 1947-1997. Presented at the AEJMC annual conference (International Communication Division), Montreal. *James W. Markham Top Student Paper Award.

Shahin, S. (2014, May). News media and the social construction of international politics. Presented at the ICA annual conference (Political Communication Division), Seattle.

Shahin, S. (2011, September). Arab Spring in Persian Gulf: A social constructivist perspective. Paper presented at CWAS Student Seminar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Shahin, S. (2011, May). Discontent in West Asia: What the future holds. Paper presented at IPCS Young Scholars Conference, New Delhi.

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