Institut mit zahlreichen Vorträgen auf der ECC 2016 in Prag vertreten

News vom 08.11.2016

Viele Kollegen und Kolleginnen unseres Instituts sind in diesem Jahr mit Forschungsvorträgen auf der internationalen Fachtagung der European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) vertreten.

Die inzwischen sechste European Communication Conference (ECC, 9.-12.11.2016) vereint alle kommunikationswissenschaftlichen Forschungsschwerpunkte unter dem Dachthema Mediated (Dis)Continuities: Contesting Pasts, Presents and Futures. Die zughörige Pre-Conference der ECC widmet sich dem Themenfeld Media and Migration.

Unsere Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter präsentieren auf der Tagung in Prag folgende Vorträge:

  • Angela Osterheider, Julia Drews, Juliana Raupp, Viorela Dan: Communicating the risks of infection in the light of public health crisis: an interdisciplinary and evidenced-based approach
  • Anne Beier, Sünje Paasch-Colberg, Ada Fehr: Ethnic diversity in entertainment: The representation of minorities in fictional and non-fictional television programs
  • Sünje Paasch-Colberg: Priming and personality. How individual characteristics affect the media priming process
  • Claudia Töpper, Margreth Lünenborg: Mediated affects in global Reality TV formats and matters of belonging
  • Tanja Maier, Margreth Lünenborg: The Visual Practices of Journalism Covering (Forced) Migration
  • Maria Löblich: The History of Media Policy in the Federal Republic of Germany in the 1970s from the Mediatization Perspective: A Research Perspective
  • Simon Berghofer: From Telecommunication Policy towards Media Policy? Explaining the Increased Politicization of the International Telecommunication Union
  • María J. Martínez: Migrants as translocal political actors: Digital public and political mediapractices of Spanish migrants in Berlin
  • Saskia Sell: Continuity and Transformation of the Freedom of Communication Discourse in Online Technology Journalism: (Re-)Claiming Internet Freedom
  • Anna Litvinenko: Political discussions on social media accounts of Ukrainian news websites: Facebook vs. Vkontakte



  • Ada Fehr, Christian Strippel: The complexity of media multitasking: How viewers distribute their attention between first and second screen



  • Marlene Kunst, Martin Emmer, Carola Richter: Smartphone Use of Refugees Before, During and After the Escape.
  • Indira Dupuis: Dealing with the local: Media, Proximity and Community


Weitere Informationen:

Website der europäischen Fachgesellschaft ECREA:

Tagungswebsite der 6. ECC:

Tagungsprogramm der 6. ECC: