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Teaching at Division of Communication Theory and Media Effects

Supply with teaching materials

For supplying teaching materials such as literature, Powerpoint sheets, etc. we use the e-learning system Blackboard in all of our courses. If you do not have a Blackboard account yet you can create one with the zedat at their office in the Silberlaube.

Course list

You can find a list of all courses offered by the Division of Communication Theory and Media Effects in the course catalog or on our German page.

Teaching: Winter Term 2021/22

Since some courses offered in the winter term of 2021/22 will be held online, please consult the course catalogue and the respective Blackboard courses for information on each course. Please find a list of courses offered at the Division Communication Theory/Media Effects down below. For any remaining questions, please contact student assistant Ellen Linnert or Antje Wolters.

BA Module „Medienwirkung und Öffentlichkeit“

The lecture will initially be held online, a change to in-person might follow. Please find all further information in the Blackboard course.

V 28560:            Lecture Einführung in die empirische Kommunikationsforschung

                           Prof. Barbara Pfetsch

The seminars will be held online and will be organized via the Blackboard course with the ID 'S 28561'. Please find all information regarding the seminar organization, term paper, etc. there.

Contact: Ellen Linnert

S 28561:            Einführung in die empirische Kommunikationsforschung

                           Dr. David Schieferdecker

S 28562:            Einführung in die empirische Kommunikationsforschung

                           Vivien Benert

S 28563:            Empirical Communication Research

                           Prof. Barbara Pfetsch

BA Module "Perspektiven öffentlicher Kommunikation"

The seminar will be held online. Please find all further information in the Blackboard course.

S 28632:            Researching communication by far-right organisations

                           Dozent: Dr. Michael Vaughan

BA: Cooperation with Technische Universität Berlin

The seminar is offered at TU Berlin but can possibly be opened for students of the institute. Please contact Antje Wolters for further information or see our German pagehere.

Seminar: Theorien zur Analyse von politischen und medialen Diskursen und deren Wirkungen

Dr. Rico Neumann

BA Colloquium

The colloquium will initially be held online, a change to in-person might follow. Please find all further information in the Blackboard course.

C 28644(a):       Bachelor-Colloquium Empirische Kommunikationsforschung

                           Prof. Barbara Pfetsch

                           Contact for organizational questions: Antje Wolters

                           (Mail: antje.wolters@fu-berlin.de)

MA Module „Theorien und Befunde der politischen Kommunikationsforschung“ (PolKomm-Master)

The lecture will initially be held online, a change to in-person might follow. Please find all further information in the Blackboard course.

V 28810:            Lecture Theorien und Befunde der politischen Kommunikationsforschung

                           Prof. Barbara Pfetsch

For information on the module's seminars, please consult the course catalogue, the Blackboard course or contact the lecturer.

S 28811:            Künstliche Intelligenz und Gesellschaft [in-person]

                          Prof. Jeanette Hofmann

MA: Cooperation with Technische Universität Berlin

The seminar is offered at TU Berlin but can possibly be opened for students of the institute. Please contact Antje Wolters for further information or see our German page here.

Seminar: Quantitative Inhaltsanalyse

Dr. Rico Neumann

MA Colloquium

The colloquium will initially be held online, a change to in-person might follow. Please find all further information in the Blackboard course.

C 28894(a):       Master-Colloquium Empirische Kommunikationsforschung

                          Prof. Barbara Pfetsch

                          Contact for organizational questions: Antje Wolters

                          (Mail: antje.wolters@fu-berlin.de)

The division

In general, appointments for office hours (realized as video meetings or phone calls) can be arranged through contacting the instructors via e-mail. The main contact for organizational questions is Antje Wolters (antje.wolters@fu-berlin.de).

You will find occasional updates here on the division's weppages. We wish you, all things considered, a pleasant winter term of 2021/22.

The Division of Communication Theory and Media Effects

Keywords

  • Publizistik, Kommunikationswissenschaft, Publizistikwissenschaft, Massenkommunikation, Massenmedien, Journalismus, Medienforschung, Kommunikationsforschung, Informationswissenschaft
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