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Contributions of the Institute for Media and Communication Studies at the ICA Conference 2022

News from May 03, 2022

Many colleagues from our institute are represented with research contributions at the annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) from May 26th to 30th, 2022. The conference with this year's main topic "One World, One Network?!" takes place in a hybrid format both on site in Paris and virtually.

Our colleagues will present the following lectures at the conference:

  • Alexa Keinert, Barbara Pfetsch, Daniela Stoltenberg, Annie Waldherr: “The Spatial and Social Dimensions of Imagined Audiences: A Mobile Diary Study of Twitter Users”
  • Michael Vaughan, David Schieferdecker: “Discourses on Economic Inequality in Digital Media Ecologies: Towards a Research Agenda for the Next Five Years”
  • Gerit Pfuhl, David Schieferdecker, Ammina Kothari, Stephanie Godleski, Martin Riegels: “The Temporal Dimension of Vaccine Hesitancy: More Evidence From the COVID-19 Pandemic”
  • Jakob Ohme, Kathleen Searles, Claes d. Vreese: “Information Processing on Smartphones in Public Versus Private”
  • Toni van der Meer, Michael Hameleers, Jakob Ohme: “A Remedy Worse Than the Disease. Can the Correction of Misinformation Backfire by Decreasing General News Credibility?”
  • Emilija Gagrčin: “Assigning Roles and Staging Intervention: Sanctioning Incivility in the Context of Socially Mediated Publicness”
  • Annie Waldherr, Daniela Stoltenberg, Daniel Maier, Alexa Keinert, Barbara Pfetsch: “Translocal Networked Public Spheres: Spatial Arrangements of Metropolitan Twitter”
  • Jakob Ohme: “Three Approaches to Tracking Social Media Usage: Log Data Vs. Donations Vs. Experiments”
  • Christian Strippel, Sünje Paasch-Colberg, Laura Laugwitz, Cornelius Puschmann: “Bias in, Bias Out: Comparing Receptive and Content-Based Approaches of Hate Speech Classification”
  • Nadja Schaetz, Emilija Gagrčin, Roland Toth, Martin Emmer: “Comfortably Concerned: The Role of Algorithm Dependency and Privacy Concerns in Platformized News Consumption”
  • Miriam Siemon, Wolfgang Reißmann, Margreth Lünenborg: “Who Cares for Care-Givers? Care Work, COVID-19, and Gendered Public Connection in the German Twittersphere”
  • Barbara Pfetsch, Vivien Benert, Annett Heft: “Same, Same but Different? Explaining Issue Agendas of Right-Wing Parties in the Facebook Campaigns of the EP Election”
  • Débora Medeiros, Ana Makhashvili, Margreth Lünenborg: “Negotiating Journalism’s Boundaries Within the Networked Affective Publics Around the Far-Right Terror Attack in Hanau”
  • Curd B. Knüpfer, Carsten Schwemmer, Annett Heft: “Alternative Ecosystem? A Topic-Based Analysis of YouTube's Reactionary Right”
  • Brahim Zarouali, Theo Araujo, Jakob Ohme, Claes d. Vreese: “Comparing Chatbots and Online Surveys for (Longitudinal) Data Collection: an Investigation of Response Patterns, Data Quality and User Evaluation”
  • Emilija Gagrčin: “Not a Matter of Whether but a Matter of How: Making (Normative) Sense of Expressive Citizenship”

  • Wei Dong, Margreth Lünenborg: “More Than Sadness: The Affective Potential of Kuqing in Chinese Reality Show X-Change”

  • Peter Winkler, Kerstin Thummes, Oliver Raaz: “Against the Instrumental Appropriation of Emancipatory Public Relations: Approximating Modern and Post-Modern Approaches”
  • Susanne Reinhardt, Elena Pavan, Annett Heft: “Political Cultures of Antigenderism: The Politicization of Gender Issues Across European Populist Radical Right Parties”
  • Jakob Ohme, Rachid Azrout, Franziska Marquart, Judith Moeller: “Cascades or Salmons? Longitudinal Up- and Downstream Effects of Political Participation and News Exposure”
  • Ewa Maslowska, Su Jung Kim, Jakob Ohme, Morana Fudurić, Khadija Vakeel: “Effective Political Advertising Experiences on Social Media: Focusing on Personalization, Context, and Source”
  • Xixuan Zhang: “From School Strike to Networked Movement: Diffusion Dynamics in the German-Speaking #FridaysForFuture Network on Twitter”
  • Christoph Neuberger: “Modes of Interaction in the Dynamic Networked Public Sphere”
  • Christoph Neuberger: “Platforms and the Comparison of Media Systems: Afghanistan and Lebanon as Examples”
  • Michael Vaughan, Filippo Trevisan, Ariadne Vromen: “Digital Storytelling as a Double-Edged Sword for Marginalised Groups: The Case of the Australian Marriage Equality Campaign”
  • Anna Litvinenko, Alexandra Borisova, Anna Smoliarova: “Between Public Interest and Self-Censorship: Science Journalists in Russia During the COVID-19 Pandemic”
  • Anna Litvinenko: “Building a Two-Way Street: What Can We Learn From Non-Democratic Contexts?”
  • Anna Litvinenko: “Power to the Commenters? The Impact of Platform Affordances on Political Talk in Different Contexts”
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