Finished Research Projects
Media Functions in Transition
Prof. Dr. Carola Richter (FU Berlin), Dr. Indira Dupuis (FU Berlin)
Jan 01, 2016 — Sep 30, 2019
DFG-Projekt "Medienfunktionen in beginnenden Transformationsprozessen - Eine Modellbildung durch einen Vergleich von Akteurskonstellationen und Strukturbedingungen in Ländern Osteuropas 1989 und Nordafrikas 2011"
Higher Education Dialogue „Media Literacy in the Arab World and Europe“
Apr 01, 2020 — Dec 31, 2022
In this network, research and mobility project we cooperate with 10 Arab univerisities to foster media literacy education. The project builds on the AREACORE network that was founded in 2013 at Freie Universität. In the project, several subprojects take place such as summer schools, joint ...
Higher Education Dialogue
Prof. Dr. Carola Richter, Partners: Bayan College , Oman Faculty of Mass Communication , Ahram Canadian University, Cairo, Egypt (previously Faculty of Mass Communication and Journalism , Cairo University, Egypt) Institut de Presse et des Sciences de l'Information , Université La Manouba, Tunisia Media and Development Center , Birzeit University, Palestine Department of Mass Communication , Qatar University, Qatar College of Mass Communication , San’a University, Yemen Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Media Studies , American University in Beirut, Lebanon Jordan Media Institute , Amman, Jordan Faculty of Media, Al-Iraqiyah University, Iraq Faculté de l’Information et de la Communication , Université Alger 3, Algeria
Jan 01, 2014 — Dec 31, 2016
Networking project funded by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) in the framework of the program "Higher Education Dialogue with the Muslim World" 2014 - 2016
Prof. Dr. Carola Richter (FU Berlin), Prof. Dr. Martin Emmer (FU Berlin)
Apr 01, 2016 — Dec 31, 2016
The research project "Flight 2.0" utilized a representative quantitative survey in refugee housing in Berlin in order to investigate the refugees’ use of mobile devices during the journey from their home countries to Germany. The object of scientific analysis was the refugees’ media usage not only during , but also before and after the flight.