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If Tinder works for dating, why should it not do so for news? In this project, the intuitive principle of Tinder will be applied to journalistic contents. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research promotes the development of an innovative news and information app for the city.
What role do health-related offers play in the app repertoire of young people? And how are the offers with regard to their health-promoting potential, their possible risks and their quality to be evaluated?
Research institutions from Hamburg and Bremen are currently developing a new and exciting news app, which is based on the Tinder concept: swipe left to read and right to abandon a story. The app will launch in 2019 and is being funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. ...
The Internet has become increasingly important for the active search for health information in recent years. However, in the average population, it still lags behind personal conversations with doctors, family and friends as well as free brochures or mass media.
How someone searches for health info...
“There are plenty of legal regulations, as well as guidelines and provisions for self-regulation in advertising and at the marketplace for app providers,” says media lawyer Stephan Dreyer in an interview with Meinungsbarometer.info with a view to inappropriate advertising in digital offe...
Lampert, C. (2017): Unterhaltsam, interaktiv, gesundheitsfördernd? Potenziale und Grenzen digitaler Gesundheitsangegbote für Kinder und Jugendliche [Entertaining, interactiv, healthy? Potentials and Limits of Digital Programms for Children and Adolescents]. In: Kinder- und Jugendschutz in...
Dreyer, S. (2016): Short texts on "Legal Provisions: Advertising in Youtube Videos", "Legal Information: Advertising on Children Websites" and "Legal information: Advertising in Apps". In: COMPUTER + UNTERRICHT, issue 104 (Jugend+Medien Spezial "Werbung im Netz&quo...
Stomberg, K.; Lampert, C. (2016): Kommerzielle Botschaften im App-Format. Werbung in von Kindern und Jugendlichen genutzten Apps [Commercial Messages in App Formats. Advertisement in Apps Used by Children and Young People]. In: Computer+Unterricht [Computer+Education], Issue 104, 4th Quarter, pp. 24...
Scherenberg, V.; Lampert, C. (2017): Gesundheits-Apps für Kinder. Undurchsichtiger Markt mit vielen Möglichkeiten [Health-Apps for Kids. Intransparent Market with Lots of Possibilities]. In: Dr. med. Mabuse - Zeitschrift für alle Gesundheitsberufe, 42(229), pp. 49-51.
Lampert, C.; Voß, M. (2018): Gesundheitsbezogene Apps für Kinder – Ergebnisse des Projekts HealthApps4Kids [Health-Related Apps for Children - Findings of the Project HealthApps4Kids]. Hamburg: Verlag Hans-Bredow-Institut, February 2018 (Working Papers of the Hans-Bredow-Institut, N...
Lampert, C. (2018): Gesundheitsangebote für Kinder und Jugendliche im App-Format [Health Services for Children and Young People in App Format]. In: Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung. Published online.
"Working in the Datafied Free-to-Play Games Industry: An Empirical Qualitative Study", talk by L. van Roessel at the event "Digital Democracy. Critical Perspectives in the Age of Big Data (ECREA Conference of Sections Communication and Democracy and Media Industries and Cultural Produ...
"How Can Good (Health) Apps for Kids Be Found? Challenges in Terms of Trust, Transparency and Media Literacy", lecture by C. Lampert at the pre-conference "Trust, Control, and Privacy: Mediatisation of Childhood and Adolescence in the Digital Age" on 23 May 2018 in Prague.
"Tinder die Stadt: die App, die Bürger*innen (wieder) mit Lokaljournalismus verkuppelt [Tinder the City: The App That Connects Citizens with Community Journalism]", lecture by J. Reimer and W. Loosen at the 'Informatik 4.0 Kolloquium [Computer Science 4.0 Colloquium]' on 11 Oc...
At the warm polar. I don't want to be a polar bear. What was once about climate change and who saves the whales on the Internet?
Activists and scientists call for the active rescue of our planet. Because the polar caps are melting, forests are disappearing and island peoples have to migrate....
With a laptop around the world: permanent vacation in a virtual working paradise? How do digital nomads work and when does crowdworking become exploitation?
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The host Teresa Sickert talks with exciting guests about the structual change in everyday working life. The guests will be announced...
This time, the Digitaler Salon of the HIIG is about time-consuming social media: "Who Turned the Clock?" In the digital age it is no longer the fictitious grey gentlemen from "Momo" who steal people's time, but platforms like Slack or Instagram. Digital tools promise speed, flexibility...
In her lecture, Eva Illouz takes a closer look at the dating app Tinder. In regards to how people interact with the app, she will address the notion of scopic capitalism, a form of exploitation of the (woman’s) body that is based on the gaze. The circulation of images on Tinder resonates with the...
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