Exam Seminar 1 - 3 June 2017

Thursday 1 June 2017

Time

Examinee

Examiner

Malmö

9:30

Sara Nässen

Slow Food for Thought-Food as cultural heritage expressed in the Slow Food movement's external communication

Supervisor: Bojana Romic

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö

10:15

Ian Muller

Children’s Literature and ComDev

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö

11:00

Moscow

12:00

Elena Illicheva

Aspiration research to cultural identification among the Russian-speaking immigrants in Sweden, in Skane region. 2017
                                                             Supervisor: Erliza Lopez-Pedersen

Anders Hög-Hansen

11:45

Lunch

Malmö

12:30

Paris

12:30

Queen Janeth Lubanka

Discourse analysis of representations of global mental health

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Bojana Romic

Malmö
13:15



Nora Wegner

“The complex character of choice” Deconstructing notions of mother tongue based multilingual education in Nepal

Supervisor: Florian Krampe

Bojana Romic

Malmö
14:00

Anne Sweetmore
M-Shwari – a calm before a storm? A study of some aspects of financial inclusion using discourse analysis tools

Supervisor: Kersti Wissenbach

Tobias Denskus

Friday 2 June 2017

Time

Examinee

Examiner

Malmö

9:30

Shahin Madjidian
Out with the old, in with the new? A study on media logics in social media

Supervisor: Hugo Boothby

Oscar Hemer

Malmö

10:15

Annika Brockmann
The Turn to Religion in Development Cooperation–Representative for the Cultural Turn?

Supervisor: Kersti Wissenbach

Oscar Hemer

Malmö

11:00

Ausra Raulusonyte

A Possibility of Scholarly Communication for Social Change in China’s context- Assessing Beijing’s Internal Migrants’ Perceptions and their Reflections in Academic Text

Supervisor: Bojana Romic

Oscar Hemer

11:45

Lunch

Malmö

12:30

Amsterdam

12:30

Milton Fernando Gonzalez-Rodriguez
Latin American Indigenous Films-Artefacts of Contestation

Supervisor Oscar Hemer:

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö
13:15



Charlene Thompson
“Development through Resilience”: Governmentality and communicating Eritrea’s development in Eritrean printed media

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Florian Krampe

Malmö
14:00

Ilario D'Amato

Flickering Lights, Flickering Lives: a case of Neoliberalist audience's dichotomy

Supervisor: Florian Krampe

Tobias Denskus

Malmö
15:00

SEMINAR with Conor Ashleigh

‘Scotland’s Syrians: the challenges of honest publishing as a photographer'

Malmö
16:00

ComDev “Town Hall”

Open discussion about student experience, feedback on the program, news & information from ComDev (all students, alumni, teachers welcome!)

16:45

BEER GARDEN “Hamnmästaren”

Bagers plats 1, 211 18 Malmö

(this event will not be broadcasted ;)!)

Saturday 3 June 2017

Time

Examinee

Examiner

Malmö

10:15

Maria Kainz

White Helmets-A comparative analysis of media coverage in international media targeting English speaking audiences within the framework of accountability

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Michael Krona

Malmö

11:00

Brisbane

19:00

Linda Karlsson

New media activism and social change-Women’s March on Washington 2017


                                                                           Supervisor: Bojana Romic

Tobias Denskus

11:45

Lunch

Malmö

12:30

Agnietzka Chrzan Huttig
Representation of Greenland in Travel Websites and Brochures

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Oscar Hemer

Malmö
13:15



Nian Babker

Kurdsat Humanitarian Campaign for Civic Engagement: An Agenda Setting Theory and Collective Memory Perspective

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Tobias Denskus

Malmö
14:00

Lindesberg

14:00

Yoseph Berhane
Discursive Representations of Development in the British and Ethiopian Print Media

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Helen Hambly-Odame

Malmö
14:45

Steven Slade
Selling Child Sponsorship: The Communication and Representation Practices of Plan International

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Helen Hambly-Odame

Malmö
15:30

New York City

09:30

Erica Mori

The Narrative of Lampedusa-Mediated mobilities reflected in postcolonialism

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Bojana Romic

Exam Seminar 13 - 14 January 2017

Friday 13 January 2017

Time

Examinee

Examiner

Malmö

9:30

Natalija Janesa

Application of Western Online Education in non-Western Countries:

Examples and Implications

Supervisor: Erliza Lopez-Pedersen

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö

10:15
Johannesburg
11.15

Ahnna Gudmunds (online: South Africa)

Helping poor farmers thrive through my work as a communications officer: Auto-ethnographic action research from inside an UN agency

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö

11:00

Petra Olsson

Rescuing or shooting? Yellow Boats – a case study of crossing the line


Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Pille Pruulmann-
Vengerfeldt

11:45

Lunch

Malmö/Garda

12:30

Adriano Pedrana (online: Italy)

Communication for suicide prevention-How local newspapers deal with suicide news in an area with a high suicide rate

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Michael Krona

Malmö
13:15



Sidse Frich Østergaard-Thygesen
Representation of Donor Recipients: A case study of Nigerian refugees, departing in the publicly accessible online UNHCR photo library

Supervisor: Bojana Romic

Tobias Denskus

Malmö
14:00

London
1 PM

Sophia Scherer (online: UK)

Representations of Africa: Ryszard Kapuscinski's The Shadow of the Sun and Abdulrazak Gurnah's Paradise: a comparison

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Oscar Hemer

Malmö
14:45

Maria Isabel Marques da Silva

Aspiring to a sense of worthiness Fostering opportunities for Higher Education among Forcibly Displaced Young People

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Oscar Hemer

Saturday 14 January 2017

Time

Examinee

Examiner

Malmö

9:30

Marco Claussnitzer

Knowledge Communication among Smallholder Farmers and Social Capital

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Ronald Stade

Malmö

10:15


Peppi-Emilia Airike

‘Resolver’-How do Cubans encounter Information and Communications Technology related challenges?

Supervisor: Bojana Romic

Ronald Stade

Malmö/Brno
11:00

Iulia Popa (online: Czech)

Negotiating distance in Save the Children's 'Most Shocking Second a Day' video – circumstances and effects on audiences

Supervisor: Florencia Enghel

Bojana Romic

Malmö/Madrid

11:30

Irene Salas (online:Spain)

Debating Women and Media in Myanmar’s path to democracy-Local voices and global debates

Supervisor: Kersti Wissenbach

Bojana Romic

12.15

Lunch

Malmö

12:30
Phnom Pehn
6.30 PM

Seija Anttonen (online: Cambodia)

Advocacy in Action-Revisiting UNFPA Vietnam’s approaches in Social and Behavioral Change Communication for Prevention of Gender-based Violence

Supervisor: Cleofe Torres

Tobias Denskus


Exam Seminar 1, 3 - 4 June 2016

Wednesday 1 June 2016

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9:00

Galena Velichkova
Celebrities Use of Visual Representations of Distant Others in the Context of Common-sense Humanitarianism

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Carmen

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

10:00
Tallinn

11:00

Erika Konovalova (online: Tallinn, Estonia)

Celebrities in Haiti: Branding or Aiding

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Galena

Florencia Enghel

Malmö

11:00

Thailand

4:00 PM

Carmen Rodriguez (online: Chiang Mai, Thailand)
ICTs and Violence Against Women in Cambodia: Voices from the Activists


Supervisor: Erliza Lopez Pedersen

Erika

Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt

12:00

Lunch

Malmö/Göttingen

13:00

Christopher Kujat (online: Göttingen, Germany)

Can the Subaltern Tweet? A Netnography of India’s Subaltern Voices Entering the Public via Social Media

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Paula

Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt

Malmö
14:00

Helsinki
3:00 PM

Paula Holst (online: Helsinki, Finland)
Kenyan Capitalist Narrative-  A discourse analysis of online media reporting on the Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2015

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Catarina

Ronald Stade

Malmö
15:00

Catarina Nilsson

Product and Process in Communication of Research for Development: A Study of Structures and Roles

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Christopher

Tobias Denskus

Friday 3 June 2016

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9:00

Athens

10:00 AM

Eleni Rozali (online: Athens Greece)
The Impact of the Refugee Crisis on the Tourism Industry of Kos Island: An Exploratory Study

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Tanja

Erliza Lopez Pedersen and Anders Høg Hansen

Malmö/Cairo

10:00 AM

Sallie Pisch (online: Cairo, Egypt)

Music and Identity in Egypt: Understanding a Hyrbid Identity

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Eleni

Oscar Hemer

Malmö

11:00
Canary Island

10:00 AM

Tanja Westerhold (online: Canary Island)

Expectations of Tourism and Social Change: A Case Study in Tenerife, Spain


Supervisor: Ulrika Sjöberg

Sallie

Oscar Hemer

12:00

Lunch

Malmö

13:00

Christos Mavraganis

Textual and Visual Analysis of the Refugee Crisis through Four European Newspapers

Supervisor: Ioanna Tsoni

Krystle

Michael Krona

Malmö
14:00

...

Lisa Qvarfordt
Communicating and Engaging with Crisis-affected People in Humanitarian Responses: A Case Study of the Red Cross Ebola Response in Liberia

Supervisor: Martin Berzell

Christos

Tobias Denskus

Malmö
15:00

Montreal
9:00 AM

Krystle Van Hoof (online: Montreal, Canada)

Communication and Implementation for Social Change: Mobilizing Knowledge Across Geographic and Academic Borders

Supervisor: Helen Hambly Odame

Lisa

Oscar Hemer


Saturday 4 June 2016

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9:00

Solomon Island

6:00 PM

David Leeming (online: Solomon Island)
Social Representations of Taukuka: A Common-sense Approach to the Preservation of Bellonese Intangible Cultural Heritage

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Milena

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö/
Cape Town

10:00

Jenn Warren (online: Cape Town, South Africa)

Speak Up! Young Women Share Powerful Stories from Their Own Lives

Supervisor: Florencia Enghel

David

Bojana Romic

Malmö

11:00

Sofia
12:00

Milena Rangelova (online: Sofia, Bulgaria)
Addressing Poverty in Bulgaria through UNICEF’s Local Project “A Family for Every Child”


Supervisor: Erliza Lopez Pedersen

Jenn

Anders Hög-Hansen

12:00

Lunch

Malmö

13:00

Mindaugas Jocbalis

Transformative Gender Narratives in South Caucasus: Conversations with NGO Women in the Armenian-Azeri Conflict

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Vicky

Ronald Stade

Malmö
14:00

Phnom Penh
7:00 PM

Vicky Houssiere (online: Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
Sports as a Development Tool for Disadvantaged Children: The Case of Kampuchea Balopp in Cambodia

Supervisor: Kutte Jönsson

Mindaugas

Anders Hög-Hansen

Exam Seminar 15 - 16 January 201

Friday 15 January 2016 (Glocal Classroom, Niagara, Room NI:0502)

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

13:00 - 13:45

Valentina Marassi

Feminist perspectives on development-induced displacement and resettlement in Sri Lanka - A case study of resettled self-employed women in Colombo

Supervisor: Erliza Lopez-Pedersen  

Diana

Ronald Stade

Malmö

13:45 - 14:30

Athens
14:45 - 15:30

Maria Bokola (online: Athens - Greece)

Fundraising campaigns and representations of global poverty by UNICEF USA

Supervisor: Erliza Lopez-Pedersen

Valentina

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

14:30 - 15:15

Diana Elena Gaftoneanu
Diffusion of Social Innovations Exploring the potential of online platforms that enable the diffusion of social innovations

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Maria B.

Pille Pruulmann-
Vengerfeldt

Coffee Break

Malmö

15:30 - 17:00

ComDev Program Council meeting

Saturday 16 January 2016 (Glocal Classroom, Niagara, Room NI:0502)

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9:30 - 10:15

Shanghai

16:30 - 17:15

Xiaosong Zheng (online: Shanghai - China)
Does ICT Contribute to Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment? A Case Study of Two Regions in China for Women Aged 18
22

Supervisor: Bojana Romic & Erliza Lopez-Pedersen

Richard

Tina Askanius

Malmö

10:15 - 11:00

Nina Eneroth

Tweeting for climate action - An analysis of the UN hashtag #climate2014

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Xiaosong

Michael Krona

Malmö

11:00 - 11:45

Richard Willem van Schaik
Visual representations of (Syrian) refugees in European newspapers


Supervisor: Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt

 

Nina

Oscar Hemer

12:00-13:00

Lunch

Malmö

13:00 - 13:45

Gaza

14:00 - 14:45

Sajy Elmughanni (online: Gaza - Palestine)

Autoethnography: Developing a Communication for Development Strategy to enhance sustainability of a sea desalination project in Gaza, occupied Palestinian territory

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

 Maria D.

Tobias Denskus

Malmö
13:45 - 14:30

Lethbridge
5:45 - 6:30

Kim Brigitzer (online: Lethbridge - Canada)

Reducing the ‘Neglect’ in Neglected Tropical Diseases: A Review of the Debate surrounding the Effectiveness of Mass Deworming: A Case Study of Kenya

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Sajy

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö

Strasbourg
14:30 - 15:15

Maria Dutarte (online: Strasbourg - France)

The Artist: A Reluctant Activist - Art as an invitation for debate in the context of social change and new media

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Kim

Anders Hög-Hansen

Exam Seminar 4 - 6 June 2015

Thursday 4 June 2015 (place: Kranen-Medea)                        

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9 -10

Zandra Persson

Socially engaged art in Rwanda: A case study of the Inema Art Center in Kigali

Supervisor: Jakob Dittmar

Dawood Neusser

Florencia Enghel

Malmö

10 - 11

Johannes Kast

Reconciliation Opportunities For Ethnic Chinese in Cambodia Through Non-Judicial Reparations At The ECCC

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Zandra Persson

Ronald Stade

Malmö

11 - 12

Dawood Neusser

Storytelling as a Sense-making Tool in Second Language Education

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Johannes Kast

Jakob Dittmar

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 16

ComDev seminar

Anabella Tarnovan & Zara Rahman

All Comdev students are welcome

Friday 5 June 2015 (place: Kranen-Medea)

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9 -10

Monica Puerto

e-Government in post-conflict: The role of e-Government in post-conflict reconstruction. The case of Timor-Leste

Supervisor: Jakob Dittmar

Minna Rajainmäki

Ronald Stade

Malmö

10 - 11

Andrew Perrin (online: Manila - Philippines)

Start The Conversation: What Nicholas Kristof Can Teach Development Organizations About Dialog and Participation on Facebook

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Monica Puerto

Tina Askanius

Malmö

11 - 12

Minna Rajainmäki

Social Media Policy for Transparency: A Case Study of the Ministry of Finance of Finland

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus  

Andrew Perrin

Somya Joshi

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 14

Mia Chrysander

Representations of the Nasa Indigenous people in Colombian and International media

Supervisor: Erliza Lopez Pedersen

Abigail Leffler

Oscar Hemer

Malmö
14 - 15

Mariona Sanz

From victims to activists: The role of communication for the empowerment and impact of the PAH anti-evictions movement in Spain

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Mia Chrysander

Oscar Hemer

Malmö

15 - 16

Abigail Leffler

Multilingualism and Multiculturalism in Communication for Development: A Case Study from the Healthcare Prevention Sector in Nigeria

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Mariona Sanz

Anders Hög-Hansen

Saturday 6 June 2015 (place: Kranen-Medea)

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9 -10

Sean Kerns

Communicating Anti-Corruption: An Analysis of Transparency International’s Role in the Anti-Corruption Industry

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Lotta Duse

Anabella Tarnovan

Malmö

10 - 11

Naeem Iqbal
Twitter for Development of Democracy: Twitter as a public sphere bridging gap between the politicians and the citizens in Pakistan

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Sean Kearns

Anabella Tarnovan

Malmö

11 - 12

Lotta Duse

Flyktingguide Göteborg – A participatory initiative towards social inclusion

Supervisor: Ronald Stade  

Naeem Iqbal

Michael Krona

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 14

Lisa Eriksson
FEMEN– the cover girls of European feminism?! A critical discourse analysis of the media representations of The FEMEN protests during the UEFA Euro 2012

Supervisor: Bojana Romic

Natalie El-Mazjan

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

14 - 15

Jacqueline Daldin (online: New York City, USA)

Representations of Teen Pregnancy and Motherhood in the United States

Constructions of Failure or Narratives of Success?

Supervisor: Erliza Lopez Pedersen

Lisa Eriksson

Temitope Odumosu

Malmö

15 - 16

Natalie El-Mazjan
Engaging Men in Combatting Domestic Violence. The Lebanese Experience

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Jacqueline Daldin

Bojana Romic

Exam Seminar 16 - 17 January 2015

Friday 16 January 2015 (place: Kranen-MEDEA)                           

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9 -10

GMT

8 - 9 am

Rushina Ansari

The Complexities of Empowering Rural Indian Women-A story of Indian Panchayats

Supervisor: Michael Krona  

Elias Rådelius

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

10 - 11

GMT

9 - 10 am

Benita Abenaa Nyarko Uttenthal

MPUNTUO: A KEYWORD APPROACH-Exploring Indigenous Discourses on Development in Akrofuom, Ghana

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Rushina Ansari

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö

11 - 12

GMT

11- 12 am

Elias Rådelius

Community Radio 2.0-Reinventing Participation, Empowerment and Community in Converging Public Spheres


Supervisor: Michael Krona

Benita Abenaa Nyarko Uttenthal

Anders Hög-Hansen

Lunch

Malmö

14 - 16

GMT
13 - 15

ComDev Program Council Meeting

All Comdev students are welcome

Saturday 17 January 2015 (place: Kranen-Medea)

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö/
Jönköping/
Stockholm

9 - 10

GMT

8 - 9 am

Isaac Mutasa (online: Jönköping)

Community media and peacebuilding in post-conflict Rwanda

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Magdalena Karnebäck

Florencia Enghel

Malmö/
Stockholm/Haag

10 - 11

GMT

9 - 10 am

Tove Stenqvist  (online: Haag)
The social struggle of being HIJRA in Bangladesh-Cultural aspiration between inclusion and illegitimacy

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Isaac Mutasa

Florencia Enghel

Malmö

11 - 12

GMT

10 - 11 am

Benjamin Omagbemi

Fostering Development through Telemedicine-A Case Study of Burkina Faso

Supervisor: Winston Mano  

Tove Stenqvist

Tobias Denskus

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 14


Dubai
16-17

GMT

12 - 13

Dannia Murslin (online: Dubai)

How has the Notion of Contagiousness Been Portrayed in Contemporary Cinema Through the Use of Audio and Visual


Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Benjamin Omagbemi

Oscar Hemer

Malmö
14 - 15

GMT

13 - 14

Erik Ryberg

Lgr 11’s Postcolonial Burden of History-The Swedish National Curriculum’s

Representation of the Postcolonial World in the Subject of History

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Dannia Murslin

Michael Krona

Malmö

15 - 16

GMT

14 - 15

Martin Portin

‘I have something to tell the world’- A comparative discourse analysis of representations of refugees and asylum seekers in print media and texts written by refugees and asylum seekers themselves, within the frames of creative writing workshop

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Erik Ryberg

Oscar Hemer

Malmö

16 - 17

GMT

15 - 16

Magdalena Karnebäck

Humanism in Swedish political debate- A discourse analysis of the Swedish elections 2014

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Martin Portin

Michael Krona

Exam Seminar 11 - 14 June 2014

Wednesday 11 June 2014 (place: MEDEA)                                     

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9 -10

GMT

7 - 8 am

Bangkok
2 - 3 pm

Tina Hirschbuehl (online: Bangkok - Thailand)

Exploring the role of “communications” in a development project: what, to whom, and how?

Supervisor: Erliza Lopez Pedersen  

Karolina
online

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

10 - 11

GMT

8 - 9 am

Charlotte Södergren

Organisations: A Battle for Life, in the Name of Globalisation

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Tina
online

Jakob Dittmar

Malmö

11 - 12

GMT

9- 10 am

Lisbon
10 - 11 am

Karolina Lapinaite (online: Lisbon -  Portugal)

Application of digital gamification technologies in public libraries to engage disadvantaged children in learning practices: A case study of Lithuania

Supervisor: Anders Hög-Hansen

Charlotte

Jakob Dittmar

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 16

GMT
11am - 2 pm

IPID/Comdev seminar

Emrys Schoemaker & Timo Luege

All comdev students are welcome

Thursday 12 June 2014 (place: Radio stationen)

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9 -10

GMT

7 - 8 am

Syed Khalid Raza Gilani

The role of Electronic and Social Media for social and political development in Pakistan

Supervisor: Bojana Romic

Linnea

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

10 - 11

GMT

8 - 9 am

Colombia
3 - 4 am

Annika Dalén (online: Colombia)

Communicating Abortion. How Sexual and Reproductive Rights Organizations in Colombia Communicate to the Public Opinion

Supervisor: Karin Wilkins

Sayed

Bojana Romic

Malmö

11 - 12

GMT

9 - 10 am

Linnea Ericsson

UNDP & Communication for Development

A Case Study of the Indigenous Voices Project in Laos

Supervisor: Hugo Boothby  

Annika

online

Ronald Stade

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 14

GMT

11 - 12 pm

Boston
7 - 8 am

Angela Gillian Rose (online: Boston - USA)

ICTs in Education in Africa

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Santi

online 

Oscar Hemer

Malmö
Barcelona

14 - 15

GMT

12 - 1 pm

Santi Mayor  (online: Barcelona - Spain)

Digital media and democratization: The case of Myanmar

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Angela

online

Oscar Hemer

Malmö

15 - 16

GMT

1 - 2 pm

Sofia Hafdell

Social Media and the “Menace to Society”: A case study of the potential and limitations of social media as an alternative to Turkish mainstream media in the Gezi Park protests

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Michael

Oscar Hemer

Malmö

16 - 17

GMT

2 - 3 pm

Michael Barla

Public Private Partnerships in ICT4D

A Critical Discourse Analysis on the Partnership between UNESCO and Microsoft out of a Communication for Development Perspective

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Sofia

Michael Krona

Friday 13 June 2014 (place: Radio stationen)

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9 -10

GMT

7 - 8 am

Cambodia
2 - 3 pm

Justin Pearce-Neudorf (online: Cambodia)

Collaborative Innovation: A shared discourse within Phnom Penh’s co-working community?

Supervisor: Tina Askanius  

Anna-Therese

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

10 - 11

GMT

8 - 9 am

Therese Sjödin

NGOs, ICTs and women’s empowerment: An interview study in Kenya and Tanzania

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Justin

online

Ronald Stade

Malmö

11 - 12

GMT

9 - 10 am

Anna-Therese Nordeman

Constant and instant notification: Youth experiences of online security, relations and information in La Paz/El Alto

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Therese

Ronald Stade

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 14

GMT

11 - 12 pm

Mardin
2 - 3 pm

Serdar Temiz (online: Mardin - Turkey)

Analyze of Stockholm Open Data Project from Civic Engagement and E-Government

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Yee-Yin  

Elina Eriksson
(
online)

Malmö

14 - 15

GMT

12 - 1 pm

Yee-Yin Yap

Ethnographic Representations of Self and The Other in Museums: Ideas of Identity and Modernity

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Serdar

online

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö

15 - 16

GMT

1 - 2 pm

Nilo Razzi Mir

Contrasting the ICT for Democracy Debate: Through how women in Iran reflect upon Internet, social media and empowerment

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Tove

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö

16 - 17

GMT

2 - 3 pm

Tove Silveira Wennergren

Access and Accountability - A Study of Open Data in Kenya

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Nilo

Somya Joshi
(
online)

Saturday 14 June 2014(place: Radio stationen)

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9 -10

GMT

7 - 8 am

Sofia Refai

The Egyptian Revolution– A study of the representation of female agency in online Egyptian newspapers

Supervisor: Tina Askanius

Aleksandra

online

Michael Krona

Malmö

10 - 11

GMT

8 - 9 am

Thimphu
2 - 3 pm

Riikka Suhonen (online: Thimphu - Bhutan)

Youth civic engagement in Bhutan: Obedient citizens or social activists?

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Sofia

Tobias Denskus

Malmö/Warsaw

11 - 12

GMT

9 - 10 am

Aleksandra Kowalska (online: Warsaw - Poland)

The role of artistic interventions for social change- the case of West Bank area

Supervisor: Jakob Dittmar  

Riikka

online

Anders Hög-Hansen

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 14

GMT

11 - 12 pm

Lucia Mati (online: Stockholm)

Social Media for Development: KONY 2012

Supervisor: Erliza Lopez Pedersen

Lisa

Bojana Romic
(
online)

Malmö

14 - 15

GMT

12 - 1 pm

Lisa Marie Borelli

Radio as a Communication Device for Development?

Creating Sustainability and new forms of Economy through Participatory Radio Design: A case study on “Farm Radio International” in Ghana, Africa

Supervisor: Ronald Stade

Lucia

Michael Krona

Exam Seminar 17 - 18 January 2014

Friday 17 January 2014                                                                         

Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö/Berlin

9 -10

GMT

8 - 9 am

Sonja Hohenbild (online: Berlin Germany)

Paths and Palimpsests

Supervisor: Anders Hög Hansen

Barbara

Ronald Stade

Malmö

10 - 11

GMT

9 - 10 am

Reeta Ylä-Jussila

The Moving Voices

Supervisor: Hugo Boothby

Jackie

Anders Hög-Hansern

Malmö

11 - 12

GMT

10- 11 am

Denis Murselovic

Forgotten Communication

Supervisor: Florencia Enghel

Nimtaz

Tobias Denskus

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 14

Tehran (IRST)
3.30 - 4.30  
GMT
12
 - 1 pm

Shahriar Khonsari (Online: Tehran Iran)
Iranian President Election

Supervisor: Anders Hög Hansen & Michael Krona

Denis

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

14 - 15

GMT

1 - 2 pm

Nimtaz-Tanya Noordin

Homosexuality in Nepal

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Shahriar

Ronald Stade

Malmö

15 - 16

Edmonton(MST)
7 - 8 am

GMT

2 - 3 pm

Anna Kalea Turner-Beckman (online: Edmonton Canada)

Yarn Bombing

Supervisor: Åsa Ståhl Kristina, Lindström & Anders Hög Hansen

Reeta

Margareta Melin

Malmö

16 - 17

Pemba (CAT)
17 - 18

GMT

3 - 4 pm

Barbara Hauer-Nussbaumer (Online: Pemba Mozambique)

Out of Africa

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Mallory

Michael Krona

Saturday 18 January 2014

 Time

Examinee

Peer Reviewer

Examiner

Malmö

9 -10

GMT

8 - 9 am

Charlotte Jenner

Navigating Distant Worlds

Supervisor: Johanna Stenersen

Jessica

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

10 - 11

GMT

9 - 10 am

Pearl Jones

Analysing Visual Representations

Supervisor: Anders Høg Hansen

Sonja

Jakob Dittmar

Malmö

11 - 12

GMT

10 - 11 am

Johanna Westerlund

Tweets for #Peace

Supervisor: Ronald Stade  

Charlotte

Tobias Denskus

Lunch

Malmö

13 - 14

Pretoria(SAST)

2 - 3 pm

GMT

12 - 1 pm

Mallory de Blois (online: Pretoria South Africa)

Dark Horses or White Knights

Supervisor: Tobias Denskus

Pearl

Michael Krona
(online: Hälsingborg)

Malmö

14 - 15

GMT

1 - 2 pm

Jessica Vidberg (online: Dalarna Sweden)

Diversity and Integration

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Johanna

Magnus Andersson

Malmö

15 - 16

Nairobi
5 - 6 pm

GMT

2 - 3 pm

Jackie Christie (online: Nairobi Kenya)

A Billion Reasons to Sell Africa

Supervisor: Anders Hög Hansen & Ayub Rioba

Anna Kalea

Bojan Romic

Exam Seminar 31 May - 2 June 2013

Friday 31 May 2013

Time

Examinee

Peer

Examiner

Malmö

9.15 -10.15

GMT

7.15 - 8.15 am

Linnea Bergman (skype)

Progress or Regression? How Poverty and Development are portrayed in Advertising

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Tanushree
(skype)

Jakob Dittmar

Malmö

10.25 - 11.25

GMT

8.25 - 9.25 am

Jenny Björk

Human trafficking prevention through edutainment in Cambodia

Supervisor: Anders Hög Hansen

Linnea
(skype)

Ulrika Sjöberg

Malmö

11.35 - 12.35

GMT

9.35 - 10.35 am

Tanushree Jha (skype)

Communication for development in “Mithilanchal”, one of the poorest regions in India

Supervisor: Zeenath Hasan

Jenny

Michael Krona

Lunch

Malmö

13.15 - 14.15

GMT
11.15 - 12.15

Lecture: Tobias Denskus
Can social media eradicate poverty? Critical insights from blogs, Twitter & digital solutionism

Malmö

14.30 - 15.30

GMT

12.30 - 1.30 pm

Kostas Paglamidis (skype)

Semiotics of Humanitaian Photography. Analysis of Fundraising Campaigns on the Internet

Supervisor: Bojan Romic

Cristina

Jakob Dittmar

Malmö

15.40 - 16.40

GMT

1.40 - 2.40 pm

Cristina Souza

Educommunication + community media as a development communication strategy. A case study of the Centre of Community Media São Miguel on the air (Núcleo de Comunicação Comunitária São Miguel no Ar in São Paulo city, Brazil)

Supervisor: Johanna Stenersen

Caroline

Magnus Andersson

Saturday 1 June 2013

Time

Examinee

Peer

Examiner

Malmö

9.15 -10.15

GMT

7.15 - 8.15 am
Timor-Leste

4.15 - 5.15 pm

Joana Camargo (skype)

Rama Ataúro - Repercussions for empowerment and possibilities of social change arising from the production of a youth-led community newspaper in Ataúro, Timor-Leste

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer

Irina

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

10.25 - 11.25

GMT

8.25 - 9.25 am

Itziar Ancín

Kabir Project (Bangalore and Mumbai, India)

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer and Julia Velkova

Joana
(skype)

Bojana Romic

Malmö

11.35 - 12.35

GMT

9.35 - 10.35 am

Nika Sturm

Interreligious communication in Sandzak.

Supervisor: Florencia Enghel  

Carmen

Bojana Romic

Lunch

Malmö

13.15 - 14.15

GMT

11.15 - 12.15

Sonja Gu

To Reveal, Remember and Expose - a participatory observation of an arts project in search for social change

Supervisor: Oscar Hemer and Julia Velkova

Alise

Anders Hög-Hansern

Malmö

14.25 - 15.25

GMT

12.25 - 1.25 pm

Carmen Scherkenbach

An Assessment of Video Advocacy as an Instrument for Change. Case Study: The Our Voices Matter campaign to combat sexual violence against women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Supervisor: Anders Høg Hansen

Sonja

Oscar Hemer

Malmö

15.45 - 16.45

GMT

1.45 - 2.45 am

Rose Mugo

Socio-economic impacts brought about by the mobile money transfer revolution in the Maasai community in Kenya

Supervisor: Bojana Romic

Kristina

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

16.50 - 17.50

GMT

2.50 - 3.50 am

Irina Bernebring

“Theater as the Elicitive Third Space”

How Theater for Development has been used to prevent violence in Kenya

Supervisor: Anders Høg Hansen

Itziar

Ylva Ekström

Sunday 2 June 2013

Time

Examinee

Peer

Examiner

Malmö

9.15 - 10.15

GMT

7.15 - 8.15 pm

Kristina Vaceisvili

Challenges of expatriates at working environment in Norway

Supervisor: Magnus Andersson

Nika

Hilde Arntsen

Malmö

10.25 - 11.25

GMT

8.25 - 9.25 pm

Alise Gedgauda

Digital Media (ICT) for development. The use of crowd sourcing maps as a tool for citizen empowerment and engagement

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Kostas
(skype)

Tobias Denskus

Malmö

11.45 -12.45

GMT

9.45 - 10.45 am

Caroline Ambwere

The combination of radio and mobile phones as a form of participatory communication. Case study: Pamoja FM, Kibera, Kenya

Supervisor: Michael Krona

Maskazu
(skype)

Ylva Ekström

Malmö

12.55 - 13.55

GMT

10.55 - 11.55

Maskazu Shibata (skype)

Role of community radio for peace and democracy. Focus on Kenya

Supervisor: Hugo Boothby  

Rose

Berndt Clavier

Degree Project work 90% seminar 17 January 2012

Tuesday 17 January 2012

Time

Student commentator

Senior Lecturer

Malmö

9 – 10.50

GMT

8 - 8.50 AM

Mphika

10 - 10.50 AM

Goodfellow Mphande (Vc)(Zambia)

An investigation intor rural communities reluctance to contribute towards the construction and sustainability of water facilities in Mphika district, Zambia.

Oscar Parlback (Vc)

Anders Høg Hansen

Malmö

10 – 11.50

GMT

9 - 9.50 AM

Washington

4 - 4.50 AM

Oscar Pärlbäck (Vc)(USA)

Smart Development. Intelligent Solutions for Challenging Development Problems

Postponed

Kate Rose (Vc)

Ylva Ekström

Malmö

11 – 11.50

GMT

10 - 10.50 AM

Hanna Hanski Grünewald (Vc)()

The Present absence – about immigrant women and their representations, relations and roldes in the Swedish television news

Cecilia Schubert

Michael Krona

Malmö

14.30 – 15.20

GMT

1.30 - 2.20 PM

Cecilia Schubert

Climate Change Communications. Analyzing the Kenyan Climate Change Response Strategy

Goodfellow Mphande (Vc)

Oscar Hemer

Malmö

15.30 – 16.20

GMT

2.30 - 3.20 PM

Mexico City

8.30 - 9.20 AM

Kate Rose (Vc)(Mexico)

The White Saviour and the International Volunteer

Petra Ragnerstam

Hanna Hanski Grünewald

Degree Project work 90% seminar 7 February 2012
MA thesis (1 Year Master, 15 ECTS Project Work)

The whole semninar is on Live Lecture

(Vc) the person is present by Skype Video Conference

Tuesday 7 February 2012

Time

Student commentator

Senior Lecturer

Malmö

16.30 – 17.20

GMT

2.30 - 3.20 PM

Nairobi

4.30 - 520 PM

Benedicte Walter (Vc)(Kenya)

...

- (Vc)

Jacob Dittmar

Malmö

17.30 – 18.20

GMT

3.30 - 4.20 PM

Washington

10.30 - 11.20 AM

Oscar Pärlbäck (Vc)(USA)

Smart Development. Intelligent Solutions for Challenging Development Problems

- (Vc)

Ylva Ekström

EXAMINATION SEMINAR Comdev09: September 2011

MA thesis (1 Year Master, 15 ECTS Project Work)

(Vc) the person is present by Skype Video Conference

Thursday 15 September 2011

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö

12 – 12.50

GMT

10 - 10.50 AM

Elin Scotford

The Art of Poll Presentation

Sally Deffor (Vc)(Ghana)

Micke Krona

Malmö

13 – 13.50

GMT

11 - 11.50 AM

Alexandra Malmqvist

Remembering Berlin

Elin Scotford

Jakob Dittmar

Malmö

14 – 14.50

GMT

12 - 12.50 PM

Sally Deffor (Vc)(Ghana)

Does Who We Are Count’

Alexandra Malmqvist

Magnus Andersson

EXAMINATION SEMINAR Comdev09: June 2011

(Vc) the person is present by Skype Video Conference

Wednesday 1 June 2011

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö

15 – 15.50

GMT

13 - 13.50 PM

Linda Larsson (Vc)(Sweden)

The Tourist and the Tribe

Becky Grippin (prel) (Vc)(Stockholm)

Anders Høg Hansen

Malmö/Grahamstown

16 – 16.50

GMT

14 - 14.50 PM

Guelph

10 - 10.50 AM ?

Søren Sønderstrup

Film 4 Change: Communication Rights and Social Change in Tanzania

Christine Nesbitt Hills (Vc)(South Africa)

Helen Hambly (Vc)(Canada)

Thursday 2 June 2011

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö

11 – 11.50

GMT

9 - 9.50 AM

Edlira Gjoni

Communicating Social Change Through Traditional Media: An example from the TV programme Opinion

Julia Velkova

Micke Krona

Malmö

13 – 13.50

GMT

11 - 11.50 AM

Julia Velkova

WikiLeaks CableGate and the multi-stakeholder model of Internet Governance

Linda Larsson (Vc)(Sweden)

Jakob Dittmar

Malmö

14 – 14.50

GMT

12 - 12.50 PM

Riga

15 - 15.50

Dace Lavina (Vc)(Latvia)

Political and social communication through graffiti/street art in contemporary

Edlira Gjoni

Max Liljefors

Tuesday 21 June 2011

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö

13 – 13.50

GMT

11 - 11.50 AM

Becky Grippin (Vc)(Stockholm)

Belonging to Sweden. The Influence of Media Text on the Perception of Inclusion by Middle Eastern Male Immigrants Living in Sweden

Dace Lavina (Vc)(Latvia)

Ulrika Sjöberg

Malmö/Grahamstown

Copenhagen

14 – 14.50

GMT

12 - 12.50 PM

Christine Nesbitt Hills (Vc)(South Africa)

Documentary Photography as a Tool of Social Change: Reading a shifting paradigm in the representation of HIV/AIDS in Gideon Mendels’s photography

Søren Sønderstrup (Vc)(Denmark)

Ylva Ekström (Vc)

EXAMINATION SEMINAR Comdev08: 3 February 2011
MA thesis (1 Year Master, 15 ECTS Project Work)

The whole semninar is on Live Lecture

(Vc) the persons are present by Skype Video Conference

Thursday 3 February 2011

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö/France

9.30 – 10.20

GMT

8.30 - 9.20 AM

Myriam Horngren(Vc)(France)

Rap: a tool for promoting change amongst youth in West Africa?

Adela Rodrigo

Ylva Ekström

Malmö

10.30 – 11.20

GMT

9.30 - 10.20 AM

Johannesburg

11.30-12.20 ?

Justina Antai

Reflecting gender perspective in development project: does culture matter

Bandile Gumbi (Vc)(South Africa)

Mozhgan Zachrison

Lunch

Malmö

12.30 – 13.20

GMT

11.30 - 12.20 AM

Johannesburg

1.30 - 2.20 PM

La Paz

7.30 - 8.20 AM ?

Bandile Gumbi (Vc)(South Africa)

What do the videos of Thando Mama communicate?

Carys Hughes (Vc)(Bolivia)

Anders Høg Hansen

Malmö/France

13.30 – 14.20

GMT

12.30 - 1.20 PM

La Paz

8.30 - 9.20 AM ?

Carys Hughes(Vc)(Bolivia)

How has the International Tribunal for Climate Justice used communication to achieve their political aims?

Myriam Horngren(Vc)(France)

Oscar Hemer

Break

Malmö

15.00 – 15.50

GMT

2 - 2.50 PM

Guelph

9 - 9.50 AM ?

Adela Rodrigo (Vc)()

Mobile phones as tools for social change

Justina Antai

Helen Hambly (Vc)(Canada)

EXAMINATION SEMINAR Comdev08: 9 September 2010
MA thesis (1 Year Master, 15 ECTS Project Work)

The whole semninar is on Live Lecture

(Vc) the person is present by Skype Video Conference

(Ac) by Skype Audio Conference

(mAc) Skype multipart Audio Conference

Thursday 9 September 2010

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö

9 – 9.50

GMT

7 - 7.50 AM

Victoria

11-11.50 ?

Rosalind Yarde

Empowering marginalised Tanzanian youth – engaging communities

An experiment in participatory communication

Elizabeth Mwambui (Vc)(Seyshellerna)

Kevin Robins

Malmö

10 – 10.50

GMT

8 - 8.50 AM

Kampala

11-11.50 ?

Kakaire Ayub Kirunda (Vc)(Uganda)

Using Personal Digital Assistants to Improve Healthcare Delivery in Uganda

Rosalind Yarde

Ylva Ekström (Uppsala)

Malmö

11 – 11.50

GMT

9 - 9.50 AM

Victoria

1- 1.50 PM?

Elizabeth Mwambui (Vc)(Seyshellerna)

Conservation 2.0: Leveraging social media for fundraising in Kenya

the case of WildlifeDirect

Lynn O'Rourke

Kevin Robins

Malmö

12 – 12.50

GMT

10 - 10.50 PM

Kampala

1 - 1.50 PM

?

Lynn O'Rourke

Tanzanian Youth Use of Online ICTs and Femina HIP

Kakaire Ayub Kirunda(Vc)(Uganda)

Anders Hog Hansen

EXAMINATION SEMINAR Comdev08: June 2010
MA thesis (1 Year Master, 15 ECTS Project Work)

The whole semninar is on Live Lecture

(Vc) the person is present by Skype Video Conference

(Ac) by Skype Audio Conference

(mAc) Skype multipart Audio Conference

Wednesday 2 June 2010

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö/Paris

13 – 13.50

Australia (NT)

8.30 - 9.20 PM

GMT

11 - 11.50 AM

Cassandra Doyle (Vc)(Australia)

Do You See What I See? A participatory project in Tennant Creek, Australia

Yara Al Ghafri (Vc)(France)

Ylva Ekström (Vc)(Uppsala)

Malmö

14 – 14.50

Honduras

6 - 6.50 AM

GMT

12 - 12.50 PM

Karen Thulstrup

At Risk? Using participatory photography to stimulate critical thinking. - A collaborative project work in Australia and Tanzania -

Maria Sköld (Vc)(Honduras)

Ylva Ekström (Vc)(Uppsala)

Malmö

15 – 15.50

Tel-aviv

4 - 4.50 PM

Australia (NT)

10.30 - 11.20 PM

GMT

1 - 1.50 PM

Veronica Svensson (Vc)(Israel)

Design & development. Does pedagogy make a difference in the designer's response to the needs of a sustainable future in India

Cassandra Doyle (Vc)(Australia)

Jörn Messeter

Thursday 3 June 2010

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö/Joburg/Paris

13 – 13.50

GMT

11 - 11.50 PM

Yara Al Ghafri (Vc)(France)

Social Media for Development. A study of UNESCO: What discourse for social media?

Tapiwa Gomo (Vc)(South Africa)

Norbert Wildermuth

Malmö

14 – 14.50

Honduras

6 - 6.50 AM

GMT

12 - 12.50 PM

Maria Sköld (Vc)(Honduras)

Journalists in Conflict. Reporting in Honduras after the 2009 Coup d´état

Karen Thulstrup

Anders Høg Hansen

Malmö/Joburg

15 – 15.50

Vancouver

6 - 6.50 AM

GMT

1 - 1.50 PM ?

Tapiwa Gomo (Vc)(South Africa)

Analysis of media reporting and xenophobia violence among youth in South Africa

Lisa Mighton (Vc)(Canada)

Anders Høg Hansen

Malmö

16 – 16.50

Vancouver

7 - 7.50 AM

Toronto

10 - 10.50 AM

Tel Aviv

5 - 5.50 PM

GMT

2 - 2.50 PM ?

Lisa Mighton cancelled - re-exam 14 Sep

Malevolent Staircase: New Swede/Old Swede Immigration Conflicts in Malmö, and an argument for Social Cohesion via Community Radio

Veronica Svensson (Vc)(Israel)

Helen Hambly (Vc)(Canada)

EXAMINATION SEMINAR Comdev08: August 2010
MA thesis (1 Year Master, 15 ECTS Project Work)

Tuesday 14 Agust 2010

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö

16 – 16.50

Vancouver

7 - 7.50 AM

GMT

2 - 2.50 PM

Lisa Mighton (Vc)(Canada)

Malevolent Staircase: New Swede/Old Swede Immigration Conflicts in Malmö, and an argument for Social Cohesion via Community Radio

Veronica Svensson done 3th June

Helen Hambly done 3th June

Oscar Hemer

EXAMINATION SEMINAR ComDev07: September 2009
MA thesis (1 Year Master, 15 ECTS Project Work)

The whole semninar is webcasted on Live Lecture

(Vc) the person is present by Skype Video Conference

Thursday 10 September 2009

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö/France

9 – 9.50

GMT

7 - 7.50 AM

Sarah Bel (Vc)(France)

Assessing the concept and practices of integration in Geneva: a Communication for Development Perspective

Martin John Jansen (South Africa)

Kristoffer Gansing

Malmö/Germany/ France

10 - 10.50

GMT

8 - 8.50 AM

Beate Ramme-Fülle (Vc)(Germany)

What role can traditional healers play in HIV/AIDS dialogue in Nampula/Mozambique?

Sarah Bel (Vc)(France)

Anders Hög Hansen

Malmö/Germany

11 – 11.50

Kenya

12 - 12.50 PM

GMT

9 - 9.50 AM

Martin John Jansen (South Africa)

The impact of neo-liberalism on the development of community radio in democratic South Africa

Beate Ramme-Fülle and

Linda Ogwell

(Vc)(Germany/Kenya)

Ylva Ekström

Lunch

Malmö

13 – 13.50

Kenya

2 - 2.50 PM

Vancouver Canada

4 - 4.50 AM

GMT

11 - 11.50 AM

Linda Ogwell (Vc) (Kenya)

The role of Community Media in enhancing communitiy participation in development projects: An assessment of ECONEWS Africa's Mang'Elete Community Radio

Lisa Mighton (Vc)(Canada)

Ylva Ekström

Malmö

14 – 14.50

Manila, Philippines

8 - 8.50 PM

GMT

12 - 12.50 PM

Amy Cheung(Vc) (Stockholm)

Discontinuities in communication and conception of Hong Kong financial sector's corporate responsibility

Jason Rush (Vc)(China)

Anders Hög-Hansen

Malmö

15 – 15.50

Beijing, China

9 - 9.50 PM

GMT

1 - 2.50 PM

Jason Rush (Vc)(China)

Sugar Coating: The invocation of participatory language and manufacture of community support in the IFC-backed Ahafo Gold Mine project in Ghana

Amy Cheung (Vc) (Stockholm)

Thomas Tufte

EXAMINATION SEMINAR ComDev07: June 2009
MA thesis (1 Year Master, 15 ECTS Project Work)

The whole semninar is on Live Lecture

(Vc) the person is present by Skype Video Conference

(Ac) by Skype Audio Conference

(mAc) Skype multipart Audio Conference

Tuesday 2 June 2009

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö/Germany

9 – 9.50

GMT

7 - 7.50 AM

Oliver Ramme (Vc)(Germany)

Invisible Theater in Mozambique - difficult to see?

Jeanne Bowser

Thomas Tufte

Malmö/Barcelona, Spain

10 - 10.50

GMT/Accra, Ghana

8 - 8.50 AM

Isabella Gyau (Vc)(Ghana)

Content analysis on coverage of european union and european union member countries’ issues in the daily graphic of ghaha in the years 1998 and 2008

Jordi De Miguel Capell (Vc)(Spain)

Oscar Hemer

Malmö/South Africa

11 – 11.50

GMT

9 - 9.50 AM

Susan Hayden (Vc) (South Africa)

Our Petrified Gardens:

Constructions of Identity on South African TV

Jason Hallman

Anders Høg Hansen

Lunch

Malmö

13 – 13.50

GMT

11 - 11.50 AM

Jeanne Bowser

Introduction and Integration of Migrants and the city of Malmö: A communication research study

Ana Zanotti

Per-Markku Ristilammi

Malmö

14 – 14.50

Guelph, Canada

8 - 8.50 AM

GMT

12 - 12.50 PM

Jason Hallman

Visual identification: Participatory photography with second-generation immigrant youth in Malmö

Åsa Fridh

Helen Hambly (Vc)(Canada)

Malmö/Kigali, Rwanda

15 – 15.50

Guelph, Canada

9 - 9.50 AM

GMT/Accra, Ghana

1 - 2.50 PM

Stella Okoronkwo (mAc)(Rwanda)

Youth to Youth: A study of the hiv/aids communication strategy of act – a faith-based organisation in Côte d’Ivoire

Isabella Gyau (mAc)(Ghana)

Helen Hambly (mAc)(Canada)

Wednesday 3 June 2009

Time

Opponent

Examiner

Malmö/Barcelona, Spain

11 – 11.50

GMT

9 - 9.50 AM

Jordi Capell (Vc)(Spain)

Looking for Amina: an experience on Forum Theatre

Entertainment-Education and Participatory Approaches

Veronica Svensson

Ylva Ekström

Lunch

Malmö/South Africa

13 – 13.50

GMT

11 - 11.50 AM

Åsa Fridh

Keeping the miracle alive

The role of the Freedom Park in reconciliation, nation building and national unity in South Africa

Susan Hayden (Vc)

(South Africa)

Max Liljefors

Malmö/Kigali, Rwanda

14 – 14.50

Guelph, Canada

8 - 8.50 AM

GMT

12 - 12.50 PM

Ana Zanotti

VIEWS IN PROGRESS, VIEWS IN PROCESS

a participatory video experience with young people in a space of borderlands

Stella Okoronkwo (Vc)(Rwanda)

Ylva Ekström

EXAMINATION SEMINAR ComDev06: May 2008

Wednesday 28 May

Time

Opponent

Examiner

SWE

10.00 – 11.00

GMT

8 - 9 AM

Fiji (Suva)

8 - 9 PM

Hannah Harborow *

Small Island, Small Radio, Small Politics, But Big Hope

Community radio in the Pacific

Keisuke Taketani

Rikke Andreassen

SWE

11.15 - 12.15

GMT

9.15 - 10.15 AM

Fiji (Suva)

9.15 - 12.15 PM

Anna Johnsson Taketani

Eco-Tourism as Development Project

How communication and participation can strengthen long-term project sustainability

Hannah Harborow *

Rikke Andreassen

SWE

13.15– 14.15

GMT

11.15 - 12.15 AM

Anna Rice

On Your Mark, Get Set, Development:

A Look at the Connection

Between Sport and Development

Anna Johnsson Taketani

Bo Reimer

SWE

14.30 – 15.30

GMT

12.30 - 1.30 PM

Keisuke Taketani

Intercultural Communication for Development:

An exploratory study of Intercultural Sensitivity of United Nations Volunteer Programme using the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity as framework

Stanslous Chewe *

Anders Hög Hansen

Thursday 29 May

Time

Opponent

Examiner

SWE

13.00 - 13.45

GMT

11.00 - 11.45 AM

Honduras

5.00 - 5.45 AM

Mirna Isabel Rivera *

Do Telecenters have a role narrowing the digital gap in the rural area in Honduras?

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Rikke Andreassen

SWE

14.00 – 15.00

GMT

12.00- 1.00 PM

Stanslous Chewe *

ICT4D- WHAT ROLE CAN TELECENTRES PLAY IN ZAMBIA?

A Case Study of the University Of Zambia Telecentre Project

Anna Rice

Anders Hög Hansen

EXAMINATION SEMINAR ComDev06: November 2008

Friday 28 November

Time

Opponent

Examiner

SWE

13.00 - 13.45

GMT

12.00 - 12.45 PM

José Arujo

Children's participation in the Media: The Case of Casa Grance

Oliver Ramme *

Anders Hög Hansen

EXAMINATION SEMINAR ComDev05: November 2007

Sunday 25 November

Time

Opponent

Examiner

SWE

15.00 – 16.00

GMT

2 - 3 PM

David Sol

Beyond Binaries:

social transformation in hypertext environments

Andre Powe

Anders Hög Hansen

SWE

16.15 - 17.15

GMT

3.15 - 4.15 PM

Varihi Scott

Seeing Beyond Celebrity

How international development NGOs can use their famous supporters to help the poor get their voices heard

Evelyn Lutwama*

Rikke Andreassen

SWE

17.30 – 18.30

GMT

4.30 - 5.30 PM

Ulla Hauer

Call Centre Agents in Durban

Victims or beneficiaries of business process outsourcing?

Varihi Scott

Rikke Andreassen

Monday 26 November

Time

Opponent

Examiner

SWE

9.00 – 10.00

GMT

8 - 9 AM

Andre Powe

Changing Spectatorships in Communicating Hair for Development

Symbols and Significations of Identities, Masculinities and Maturations

Fredrick Mugira*

Jan-Olof Nilsson

SWE

10.15 - 11.15

GMT

9.15 - 10.15 AM

Fredrick Mugira*

PERFORMING ARTS FOR HIV/AIDS COMMUNICATION

Some strengths and weaknesses

David Sol

Anders Hög Hansen

SWE

11.30 – 12.30

GMT

10.30 - 11.30 AM

Evelyn Lutwama*

GENDER IN THE POPULAR MUSIC OF KAMPALA (UGANDA)

Ulla Hauer

Bo Reimer

Lunch

SWE

13.30 - 14.30

GMT

12.30 - 1.30 PM

Sara Melandro-Oliver

The South African Labour History Project

The role of past struggles in building new movements of resistance

Charlotte Pruth

Rikke Andreassen

SWE

14.45 – 15.45

GMT

1.45 - 2.45 PM

Charlotte Pruth

SUN, SEA, SEX AND SWEDES

A STUDY OF CAMPAIGNS TO PREVENT SEX TOURISM IN NATAL/BRAZIL AND STOCKHOLM/SWEDEN

Sara Melandro-Oliver

Petra Ragnerstam

Tuesday 27 November

Time

Opponent

Examiner

SWE

9.00 – 10.00

GMT

8 - 9 AM

Ulrika Wedin

CBO Challenges & the Ikhala Model

Trevor Oosterwyk*

Rikke Andreassen

SWE

10.15 - 11.15

GMT

9.15 - 10.15 AM

Trevor Oosterwyk*

A new dialogical space:

Memorialisation, Freedom Park and the unfinished business of Reconciliation in South Africa?

Thorsten Ulbrich

Max Liljefors

SWE

11.30 – 13.30

GMT

10.30 - 11.30 AM

Thorsten Ulbrich

WHAT GOOD CAN ART DO?

ART AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN EGYPT A CASE STUDY

Precious Eyesan

Max Liljefors

Lunch

SWE

13.30 - 14.30

GMT

12.30 - 1.30 PM

Precious Eyesan

ADD CULTURE AND STIR

WHAT ARE THE PROSPECTS OF INCORPORATING LOCAL CULTURE INTO DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS?

Ulrika Wedin

Rikke Andreassen

SWE

14.45 – 15.45

GMT

1.45 - 2.45 PM

Mesai Mitiku

ICTs in Education: SchoolNet in Ethiopia

Only oral re-defence

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EXAMINATION SEMINAR ComDev05: June 2007

Monday 4 June

Time

1st opp.

2nd opp.

Examiner

SWE

10.00 - 10.00

GMT

8.00 – 9.00

John Thynne

Why do they hate us

- British Gypsies and the Media

Solveig-Karin Erdal

Mesai Mitiku*

Magnus Andersson

SWE

11.15 - 12.15

GMT

9.15 - 10.15

Eva Fognell

Visual Voice:

Rewriting History in Public Art

Dominique Thaly*

Solveig-Karin Erdal

Max Liljefors

SWE

13.30 – 14.30

GMT

11.30 - 12.30

Niamh Hanafin

Unanswered Questions and Empty Spaces:

Communicating memory and history in post-genocide Cambodia

Mesai Mitiku*

Eva Fognell

Anders Hög Hansen

Tuesday June 5

Time

1st opp.

2nd opp.

Examiner

SWE

10.00 – 11.00

GMT

8.00 - 9.00

Dominique Thaly*

The medium term impact of the cinéma numérique ambulant project on rural population in Niger

a case study

Raffaella Bellanca

Niamh Hanafin

Staffan Berglund

SWE

11.15 - 12.15

GMT

9.15 - 10.15

Solveig-Karin Erdal

Glocal Awareness in Blogs

Varihi Scott

Raffaella Bellanca

Madanmohan Rao

SWE

13.30 – 14.30

GMT

11.30 - 12.30

Mesai Mitiku

ICTs in Education:

SchoolNet in Ethiopia

Niamh Hanafin

Varihi Scott

Madanmohan Rao

EXAMINATION SEMINAR ComDev04: May - June 2006

Wednesday 31 May

Time

1st opp.

2nd opp.

Examiner

SWE

13.30 – 14.30

GMT

11.30 - 12.30

Tapiwa Kamuruko

ICT and Access to Information

- an exploratory study of information and communication accessibility in a rural community of Uganda

Morten Jest

Mari Silver

Anders Hög Hansen

SWE

14.45 - 15.45

GMT

12.45 - 13.45

AR

9.45 - 10.45

Yanina Ibarra*

We all For Castelli.

An experience of Communication Networking

Tapiwa Kamuruko

Jackie Davies

Thomas Tufte

SWE

16.00 – 17.00

GMT

14.00 - 15.00

AR

11.00 - 12.00

Johanna Stenersen

Selling the Backstage.

Cultural Narratives in Community Based Tourism. Representations and Practices of Heritage

Yanina Ibarra*

Tapiwa Kamuruko

Thomas Tufte

Thursday 1 June

Time

1st opp.

2nd opp.

Examiner

SWE

10.00 – 11.00

GMT

8.00 - 9.00

UK

9.00 - 10.00

Mari Silver

Why can’t they just watch what we are watching?

Qualitative study on how Finnish national television could contribute to multiculturalism

Naomi Delap*

Clever Maputseni

Rikke Andreassen

SWE

11.15 - 12.15

GMT

9.15 - 10.15

Clever Maputseni

Using Radio for Advocacy and Communication of Issues Affecting Farm Communities in Zimbabwe

Suzanna Johansson

Morten Jest

Bo Reimer

SWE

13.30 – 14.30

GMT

11.30 - 12.30

Morten Jest

Responding to the Global Economy through Knowledge Networks

- A case study of Internet-based international study circle programmes as a potential effective model in development communication and education

Clever Maputseni

Suzanna Johansson

Madanmohan Rao

SWE

14.45 – 15.45

GMT

12.45 - 13.45

AR

9.45 - 10.45

Suzanna Johansson

Does Ejeda need its radio?

A study about the cultural approach of the Radio Feon’ny Linta in Ejeda/Madagascar through two cases: Mother and child health care and HIV/AIDS awareness

Mari Silver

Yanina Ibarra*

Jan Olof Nilsson

EXAMINATION SEMINAR ComDev03: 4 February 2006

Time

1st opp.

2nd opp.

Examiner

14.45 – 15.45

Naomi Delap

Lessons from Africa

An examination of HIV and AIDS in the mass media in Uganda and Serbia

Johanna Stenersson

Mkuleko Hikwa

Bo Reimer

16.00 - 17.00

Jackie Davies

HIV/AIDS e-resources for media

An analysis of needs and expectations within media in Serbia and Uganda

Mkuleko Hikwa

Johanna Stenersen

Bo Reimer

16.00 – 17.00

Mkuleko Hikwa

The Impact of Media Laws On Press Freedom In Zimbabwe

Jackie Davies

Naomi Delap

Anders Hög-Hansen

Examination Seminar, ComDev03, 27 – 31 May 2005

Examination schedule

Monday 30 May

15.30 – 16.45

(1:30 - 2:45 PM)

Florencia Enghel: Indigenous, Yes: Participatory Documentary-Making Revisited (an Argentine case-study)

Opponents: Susan Kennard, Anna Wall

Examiner: Thomas Tufte

17.00 – 18.15

(3:00 - 4:15 PM)

Claudia Blume: The Weeping Jade Dragon Snow Mountain. Educational Radio Soap Operas for HIV/AIDS Prevention in Yunnan, China

Opponents: Anna Wall, Jane Lykke Böll

Examiner: Anderrs Höeg Hansen

18.30 – 19.45

4:30 - 5:45 PM)

Lena Wall : The Home Alone Project. A Participatory Action Research Project with Home-Working Children in León, Nicaragua. A critical review

Opponents: Claudia Blume, Carita Pettersson

Examiner: Thomas Tufte

Tuesday 31 May

10.45 – 12.00

(8:45 - 10:00 AM)

Alma Sokolovic : E-government as a means of development in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Opponents: Karin Mossberg, Ulle Engberg

Examiner: Jan Olof Nilsson

13.15 – 14.30

(11:15 - 0:30 PM)

Susan Kennard : What Does Art Matter? Contemporary Art & Development in Sarajevo 1996-2005

Opponents: Jane Lykke Böll, Lena Wall

Examiner: Bo Reimer

14.45 – 16.00

(0:45 - 2:00 PM)

Jane Lykke Böll : Who are We, the People? A discourse analysis of the UN Millennium Report

Opponents: Lena Wall, Susan Kennard

Examiner: Bo Reimer

16.30 – 17.45

(2:30 - 3:45 PM)

Karin Mossberg : “How do we even know our elected leaders go to work?” Freedom of Information in Tanzania

Opponents: Åsa Hedberg, Claudia Blume

Examiner: Anders Höeg Hansen

18.00 – 19.15

(4:00 - 5:15 PM)

Anna Wall: Peace in Focus. An exploratory study with the aim of encouraging a media intervention project in the Basque territory in northern Spain

Opponents: Carita Pettersson, Alma Sokolovic

Examiner: Ander Höeg Hansen

Examination Seminar, ComDev02, 1-2 June 2004

Resp

Exam

1 Opp

2 Opp

Tuesday 1 June

11 - 12

Lena Millinger

TT

Tapiwa **

Sanjay **

12.10 - 13.10

Åsa Tolgraven

TT

Gabriella

César **

13.20 - 14.20

Ann Jornéus Tenfält

AHH

Martin

Tapiwa **

14.30 - 15.30

Fabian Okoye

AHH

César **

Ann

Wednesday 2 June

7 - 8

Sanjay Gupta *

JON

Fabian

Gabriella

8.10 - 9.10

Rasna Warah *

MMR

Ann

Lena

9.20 - 10.20

Tapiwa Kamuruko *

JON

Lena

Fabian

11.15 - 12.15

Louise Frykheden

BR

Rasna **

Martin

12.25 - 13.25

Kristina Rörström

BR

Sanjay **

Louise

13.35 - 14.35

Gabriella Westberg

MMR

Louise

Rasna **

14.45 - 15.45

César Bazán *

LWH

Åsa

Kristina

Examiners:

AHH

Anders Hoeg Hansen

JON

Jan Olof Nilsson

BR

Bo Reimer

MMR

Madanmohan Rao

TT

Thomas Tufte

LWH

Lena Widding Hedin

* The examinee will be present through Internet.

** The opponent will be present through Internet.