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SPECIAL TRACKS: Burd Track on Media & Urban Life | Urban Issues in Asia & the Pacific Rim ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: 43rd Annual Meeting CommitteesUAA Governing BoardUAA Executive Office Staff

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Friday, April 5 • 10:55am - 12:15pm
Friday - Urban Media Culture: Adoption and Adaptation [BURD TRACK ON MEDIA & URBAN LIFE]

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Moderator: Jocelyn Taliaferro (North Carolina State University)

  • Teaching Urban Issues Using the HBO Series The Wire
    Tia Gaynor (Marist College), Jocelyn Taliaferro (North Carolina State University)
  • Uneven Adoption: A County-level Analysis of the Distribution of Radios and Weekly Papers in the United States
    Dominic Zarecki (Boston University)
  • Cultural Gatekeepers of the Restaurant World: How the Restaurant Industry Interacts with Social Media in the Cultivation of Taste and the Business of Food.
    Vivian Wang (University of Southern California)
  • Garden Cities v2.1: Reimagining the City of To-morrow Through Food Movements and Social Media
    Alexander Tarr (University of California, Berkeley)

Presenters
avatar for Jocelyn Taliaferro

Jocelyn Taliaferro

Associate Professor & Director of The Graduate Program, North Carolina State University
If you only look at what is, you might never attain what could be!
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Alexander Tarr

PhD Candidate, University of California Berkeley Department of Geography
VW

Vivian Wang

University of Southern California
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Dominic Zarecki

Boston University

Co-Authors
TG

Tia Gaynor

Marist College

Moderators
avatar for Jocelyn Taliaferro

Jocelyn Taliaferro

Associate Professor & Director of The Graduate Program, North Carolina State University
If you only look at what is, you might never attain what could be!

Friday April 5, 2013 10:55am - 12:15pm
Green Room