Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft und Medienforschung (IFKW)




ECREA 2016 in Prag

Auch in diesem Jahr war das IfKW auf der Jahrestagung 2016 der European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) zahlreich vertreten. Eine Auflistung der Beiträge finden Sie hier:

Denner, Nora & Peter, Christina: Self-referential reporting in German news coverage – How media refers to the term Lügenpresse

Dugmore, Harry & Hanitzsch, Thomas: Journalism students‘ role orientations and the discursive constituation of a profession: A comparative analysis

Emmerling, Larissa, Geyer, Verena, Pfefferle, Lea, Stange, Julia Fawzi, Nayla, Obermaier, Magdalena & Reinemann, Carsten: “The people” and the media. On the relationship between populist attitudes and media use

Engelmann, Ines, Kloß, Andrea, Brockmann, Tobias & Neuberger, Christoph: Representation, participation, or deliberation? The political discourse about the German Renewable Energy Act on Twitter

Frey, Felix: The experiential mode of reception. Conceptualization of an integrative framework concept

Fröhlich, Romy: The framing of women in strategic communication on war and violent conflict – A reproduction of harmful gender sterotypes? Results from an international large-scale framing analysis

Fröhlich, Romy & Schöller, Clarissa: Steering Disaster – Impact of strategic crisis communication on media coverage after the Germanwings plane crash in 2015

Hanitzsch, Thomas: Introducing the worlds of journalism study

Hörgstetter, Lisa, Schamberger, Kerem, Böres, Beatrice, Bula, Niels, Fawzi, Nayla, Obermaier, Magdalena & Reinemann, Carsten: The media as populists? A quantitative survey on the perception of the Bild-Zeitung as populist actor, political actor and representative and its effect on trust in institutions

Jost, Pablo B. & Peter, Christina: Conceptualizing the uses and effects of user comments from various perspectives

Jungblut, Marc & Fröhlich, Romy: Between factoid and facts. Analyzing excellence in NGO communication

Kapidzic, Sanja, Neuberger, Christoph, Stieglitz, Stefan & Mirbabaie, Milad: The quality of tweets and the adoption of journalistic norms – Results of a large-scale content analysis

Keppeler, Johanna, Krämer, Benjamin, Schindler, Jonathan: Media effects on bystander intervention: The role of exemplification, framing, risk perception, and motivations

Krämer, Benjamin: Populism in and by the media: Six paradoxes of media populism

Krämer, Benjamin & Springer, Nina: “Trolling”: Pathology and ideology. The labeling of deviant online behavior

Lauerer, Corinna, Steindl, Nina, Lohmann, Marie-Isabell & Dingerkus, Filip: Precarious working conditions in journalism? A comparative analysis of the situation in Austria, Germany and Switzerland

Loosen, Wiebke & Neuberger, Christoph: The adjustment of channel repertoires between journalism and its audience

Nuernbergk, Christian: Studying political journalism in a hybrid media environment

Posthumus, Lone, Keppeler, Johanna, Fortkord, Claudia, Fawzi, Nayla, Obermaier, Magdalena & Reinemann, Carsten: Understanding hostility and distrust towards the media. The effects of populist, left- and right-wing attitudes on extreme subjective media theories and its consequences

Thurman, Neil & Monzer, Cristina: Robo-journalism’ goes multimedia: Viewers’ perceptions of computer-generated news video

Zakareviciute, Ieva & Jungblut, Marc: Islamic State’s remediation strategies: Creating propaganda through the words of others