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Zahlreiche Beiträge des IfPuK auf der ICA-Jahrestagung 2021

News vom 27.05.2021

Viele Kolleginnen und Kollegen unseres Instituts sind vom 27. bis 31. Mai 2021 mit Forschungsbeiträgen auf der Jahrestagung der International Communication Association (ICA) vertreten. Die Tagung mit dem diesjähigen Themenschwerpunkt "Engaging the Essential Work of Care: Communication, Connectedness, and Social Justice" findet wie im Vorjahr erneut virtuell statt.

Unsere Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter präsentieren auf der Tagung folgende Vorträge:

  • Svetlana Bodrunova, Anna Litvinenko, Ivan Blekanov, Dmitry Nepiyushchikh: “Constructive Aggression? Multiple Roles of Aggressive Content in Political Discourse on Russian YouTube
  • Anne van Eldik, Daniela Stoltenberg, Julia Kneer, Jeroen Jansz: “Negotiating the Local in the Virtual: Urban Identity and the Online Environment
  • Emilija Gagrcin, Pablo Porten-Chee: “Informed Citizenship Meets Information Disorder: Ideals and Practices in Different Information Environments”
  • Ulrike Klinger, Lance Bennett, Franziska Martini, Xixuan Zhang, Curd Knüpfer: “Mainstreaming Right-Wing Extremism: The Role of Intermediary Networks in Spreading Disruptive Communication From Marginal Groups to the Mainstream Media”
  • Marlene Kunst: “References to Nationality in Crime Reporting: Effects on Perceived News Credibility and the Moderating Role of Xenophobia” (Top Student Paper)
  • Anna Litvinenko, Anna Smoliarova: “Trust in Anonymous News? The Phenomenon of Political Channels on the Russian Telegram”
  • Maria Löblich, Niklas Venema: “Journalism Education, Press Law and the Need for Visibility in the Mass Media: The German Journalists‘ Union in West-Germany in the 1970s”
  • Ana Makhashvili, Débora Medeiros, Margreth Lünenborg: “Affective Publics on Twitter: Contesting Journalism’s Authority”
  • Débora Medeiros, Ana Makhashvili, Margreth Lünenborg: “Parajournalism’s Visuality: Affect and Emotion in Discourses around Migration in Germany on YouTube”
  • Florian Primig: “Checkmate for Fact Checking: The Influence of Media Trust, and Normative Role Expectations on the Credibility of Fact Checkers and Fact Checking”
  • Juliana Raupp: “Digital Public Affairs Communication of the Cultural and Creative Industries during the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Exploration of Strategic Frames and Action Repertoires of Cultural Associations in France, Germany, the UK, and the USA”
  • Wolfgang Reißmann, Miriam Siemon, Christoph Raetzsch, Margreth Lünenborg: “Practice Profiles as Method for Analyzing Performative Publics”
  • Caroline von Samson-Himmelstjerna: “Emotional Appeals and Neurotransmitter Release Patterns: Fear Appeal Research Explained Using Noradrenaline, Serotonin and Dopamine”
  • David Schieferdecker: “Distant Humanitarian Crisis or Transnational Threat? How Framing the COVID-19 Situation in the Global South Affects Pro-Social Responses of Audiences in the Global North”
  • Miriam Siemon, Wolfgang Reißmann, Margreth Lünenborg: “Who is “Systemrelevant”? The Negotiation of Gendered Care Discourses in Digital Publics”
  • Michael Vaughan, Annett Heft: “Anti-Elitism in the European Radical Right in Comparative Perspective”
  • Annie Waldherr, Ryan Gallagher, Nicola Righetti, Kira Klinger, Daniela Stoltenberg, Sagar Kumar, Dominic Ridley, Brooke Foucault Welles: “Waves of Attention to Racial Injustice on Social Media: Cases of Extrajudicial Police Killings in the United States”
  • Yuyang Ye: “Of Navigation and Support: Everyday Media Practice of International Students”


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