Presentations

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Peer-Reviewed Conference Presentations

  

Henrichsen, J. Reconceptualizing Indigenous Journalism Through Information Poverty Theory. International Communication Association (ICA), May 24–28, 2019, Washington, DC.  *ICA Top Student Paper Award*


Henrichsen, J. (Respondent) Communication Science and Biology Multi-Session: 1) Best Practices Panel, 2) Research Escalators, and 3) Mentoring Session. International Communication Association (ICA), May 24–28, 2019, Washington, DC.


Henrichsen, J. When Distancing Fails—How Journalists’ Discursive and Mnemonic Techniques Facilitated the Rise of Trump and Trumpism. Lisbon Winter School for Media and Populism. January 15–19, 2019, Lisbon, Portugal.


Henrichsen, J. The Rise of Trumpism via Tweets and Journalistic Coverage: A Historical and Collective Memory Approach. International Communication Association (ICA), May 24–28, 2018, Prague, Czech Republic.


Henrichsen, J. Breaking Through the Ambivalence: Behind Journalistic Motivations and Barriers to Adopt Digital Security Technologies. International Communication Association (ICA), May 24–28, 2018, Prague, Czech Republic. 


Henrichsen, J. Problem-Solving Session: Communication, Science, and Biology. International Communication Association (ICA), May 24–28, 2018, Prague, Czech Republic.


Henrichsen, J. Surveillance Fascism in Bahrain: The Secret Political Economy of Surveillance Technologies and Their Impact on Journalists and Activists. Internet Freedom Festival, March 3–9, 2018, Valencia, Spain.


Henrichsen, J. All or Nothing? An Exploratory Study of Journalists’ Perceptions of Digital Security Technologies. Reuters Institute Summer School on Comparative Qualitative Research on Journalism and News Media, September 11–12, 2017, Oxford, United Kingdom.


Henrichsen, J. Perceptions of Digital Security Technologies by U.S. Journalists: A Case Study. 2017 Citizen Lab Summer Institute, July 14, 2017, Toronto, Canada.


Henrichsen, J. Research Ethics and Information Security Practices. 2017 Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute, June 30, 2017, Oxford, United Kingdom.


Henrichsen, J. Understanding Technology Use and Privacy Perceptions Among Low-Income Individuals in West Philadelphia: A Pilot Study. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25–29, 2017, San Diego, California.


Henrichsen, J. Journalists’ Perceptions of Digital Security Technologies. Internet Freedom Festival, March 6–10, 2017, Valencia, Spain.


Henrichsen, J., & Popiel, P. The Role of Technology Companies in Countering Violent Extremism and Regulating Online Content. International Communication Association (ICA), June 9–13, 2016, Fukuoka, Japan. 


Henrichsen, J. The 2017 Edition of the World Trends Report: Project Overview. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), July 27–31, 2016, Leicester, United Kingdom.


Henrichsen, J. Digital Security Technologies for Journalists: Integrating Diffusion of Innovation Theory and Theories of Persuasion to Develop Messaging That May Facilitate Adoption. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), July 27–31, 2016, Leicester, United Kingdom.


Lisosky, J. M., & Henrichsen, J. War on Words: Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Foreign Correspondent? College Media Advisers Conference, March 17–20, 2012, New York, NY.


Henrichsen, J. Publishing in International Security with Author Jennifer Henrichsen. Women In International Security, September 18, 2012, Washington, DC.


Lisosky, J. M., & Henrichsen, J. Don’t Shoot the Messenger: Protecting Journalists in Conflict Situations. 78th Annual Convention, Western States Communication Association, February 17–20, 2007, Seattle, WA.

Invited Lectures and Events

  

Henrichsen, J. Global Challenges Facing Journalism and the Center for Media at Risk. Department of Alumni Relations, University of Pennsylvania, November 19, 2019, Philadelphia, PA. (approximately 500 people)


Henrichsen, J. Understanding Doxxing and How to Combat It. New Jersey Advance Media, June 27, 2019, Mullica Hill, NJ.


Henrichsen, J. Reconceptualizing Indigenous Journalism Through Information Poverty Theory. Graduate Student Colloquium, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, April 26, 2019, Philadelphia, PA.


Henrichsen, J. The Center for Media at Risk. Department of State’s Edward R. Murrow Program, University of Pennsylvania, April 23, 2019, Philadelphia, PA.


Henrichsen, J. Breaking Through the Ambivalence: Behind Journalistic Motivations and Barriers to Adopt Digital Security Technologies. Graduate Student Colloquium, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, April 13, 2018, Philadelphia, PA.


Henrichsen, J. International Protection of Journalists: A Global Analysis. University of Pennsylvania Model United Nations Conference, November 11, 2017, Philadelphia, PA.


Henrichsen, J. Indigenous Journalism and Trust in Media. Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, October 26, 2017, Philadelphia, PA.


Henrichsen, J. Privacy, Security and Technology for Journalists. PhillyCam, July 20, 2017, Philadelphia, PA.


Henrichsen, J. Role Hybridity and Indigenous Journalism. University of British Columbia, June 9, 2017, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.


Henrichsen, J. UNESCO Technical Workshop on Indicator 16.10.2. Jakarta World Forum for Media Development, September 19, 2016, Jakarta, Indonesia.


Henrichsen, J., Frantz, D., Youssef, N., Youmans, W., & Clark, D. New Vulnerability of American Media? Freedom of the Press vs. Growing Threats. Sciences Po Alumni Association and the George Washington Elliott School of International Affairs, March 26, 2015, Washington, DC. 


Henrichsen, J., Bloch-Wehba, H., & Rafsky, S. Legal, Technical, and Policy Challenges Facing Journalists: A Primer and Path Forward. Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) Conference, June 4–7, 2015, Philadelphia, PA. 


Henrichsen, J. Journalism After Snowden. Surveillance and Citizenship: State-Media-Citizen Relations After the Snowden Leaks. Cardiff University, June 18–19, 2015, Cardiff, Wales.


Henrichsen, J., & Brown, B. Anonymous Sources vs. National Security. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Conference, August 6–9, 2014, Montreal, Canada.


Henrichsen, J. Assessing Digital Risks for Freelancers. Rory Peck Trust. Google Hangout, July 16, 2014.


Blink, B., Conley, B., Henrichsen, J., & Holmes, H. World Press Freedom Day and Launch of SaferJourno: Digital Security Resources for Media Trainers. Internews, May 3, 2014, Washington, DC.


Henrichsen, J. Media Freedom for a Better Future. World Press Freedom Day. Internews, May 1, 2014, Washington, DC.


Henrichsen, J. Covering Global Conflict. Journalism and Conflict Seminar, Pacific Lutheran University, January 3, 2014, Tacoma, WA.


Berger, G., Henrichsen, J., Guillemin, G., Bertoni, E., Varon-Ferraz, J., Putra, B., Harymurti, B., & Nasution, E. Protecting Journalists, Bloggers, and Media Actors in the Digital Age. Internet Governance Forum, October 24, 2013, Bali, Indonesia.