IPMZ-Forscher und -Forscherinnen an der ECREA in Prag

Am 9. November 2016 beginnt die 6. European Communication Conference der ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association) mit zahlreichen Beiträgen aus dem IPMZ.

Die zweijährliche Konferenz mit weit über 1000 Teilnehmern widmet sich dieses Jahr in Prag dem übergreifenden Thema «Mediating (Dis)Continuities: Contesting Pasts, Presents and Futures». Die folgende Auswahl an Vorträgen gibt einen Einblick in die breite Palette von Arbeitsschwerpunkten der IPMZ-Mitarbeitenden:

 

Beyond False Balance: How Changing Journalistic Norms and Interpretations Shape Media Coverage of Climate Change
Brüggemann, M. & Engesser, S.

 

CSR and Issue Advocacy: How Issue Topic Influences Credibility and Legitimacy
Ingenhoff, D., Werder, K., & Bachmann, P.

 

“Denier, Denier, Denier!“: Explaining User Comments on Anthropogenic Climate Change
Walter, S., Brüggemann, M., & Engesser, S.

 

Direct-Democratic Campaigns in the Media Now and Then – A Systematic Comparison of News Coverage About Initiatives
Udris, L. & Caspar, C.

 

How the Public Values Public Service Broadcasting
Just, N., Büchi, M., & Latzer, M.

 

Imagining the City: How Local Journalism Reports on Social Cohesion
Leupold, A., Klinger, U., & Jarren, O.

 

Journalistic Innovation and Self-Reflection (Dis-)Continuities in the Media Discourse About Innovation in Journalism
Porlezza, C.

 

Me-Too and (Social) Media Stars: Swiss Politicians on Twitter
Metag, J., Rauchfleisch, A., Rupp, N. & Bütikofer, M.

 

New Players in the Provision of Science and Environment Information – A Case Study of the Coverage of the Paris COP21 Summit
Painter, J., Howarth, C., & Kristiansen, S.

 

Partisan Journalism and the Issue Framing of the Euro Crisis: Comparing Political Parallelism of German and Spanish Online News
Kaiser J. & Kleinen-von Königslöw, K.

 

Populist Communication in the Self-Presentation of Politicians. A Comparative Content Analysis of Talk-Shows, Facebook, and Twitter in Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain, and the United States
Blassnig, S. & Engesser, S.

 

Public Attention Framing During the #ParisAttacks. Issue Attention Changes in German Speaking News Media and Twitter in a Crisis Event
Wallace, J.

 

The Ethics of Citizen Journalism: (Dis)Continuities in the Norms and Values of Participatory Media Production
Eberwein, T., Kus, M., Porlezza, C., & Splendore, S.

 

The Tamiflu Case – How Pressure Groups Communicate About Organizations in Crisis via Social Media and Newspaper Coverage and the Implications for Media Reputation
Vogler, D. & Schranz, M.

 

Uncovering Successful Communication Styles of Political Actors on Social Media Platforms
Keller, T. & Kleinen-von Königslöw, K.

 

Ausserdem sind Ulrike Klinger, Natascha Just, Johannes Kaiser und Sina Blassnig als Panel/Session Chair aktiv.