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“Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft“ offers a forum for the discussion of media and communication-related issues and for analyses of media development from different perspectives and for all media.
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Julius Reimer from the Hans-Bredow-Institut & colleagues were chosen to present their research on "Opening the Black Box: Investigating the Algorithmization of Journalism" at the annual conference of the International Communications Association (ICA) 2018 in Prague in the panel for exc...
"Zur Refiguration von Wissenschaftskommunikation. Ein analytischer Rahmen [On the Refiguration of Science Communication. An Analytical Framework]“, lecture by U. Hasebrink, S. Dreyer, C. Lampert, H.-D. Schröder and H.-U. Wagner at the 2nd annual conference of the DGPuK-Division Scien...
"Karriereperspektiven nach der Promotion [Career Prospects after the PhD]", panel discussion with Wiebke Loosen at the fourth ‘Nachwuchstag’ [Day Dedicated to Young Researchers] organised by the German Communication Association (DGPuK) on 7 September 2018 in Bremen.
"Der Redakteur bin ich – Praktiken und Prädiktoren der persönlichen Nachrichtenkuratierung auf sozialen Netzwerkplattformen ["I am the Editor - Practices and Predictors of the Personal Curation of News on Social Network Platforms]", lecture by L. Merten at the annual c...
"Zur Refiguration von Wissenschaftskommunikation. Ein analytischer Rahmen [On the Refiguration of Science Communication. An Analytical Framework]“, lecture by U. Hasebrink, S. Dreyer, C. Lampert, H.-D. Schröder and H.-U. Wagner at the 2nd annual conference of the DGPuK-Division Science...
The ‘Nachwuchstag’ [Day Dedicated to Young Researchers] organised by the German Communication Association (DGPuK) will take place from 6 to 8 September 2018. This ‘Nachwuchstag’ is an event for young communication and media scientists in German-speaking countries, which has been...
Panel 05 "Technische Agenten [Technical Agents]" of the 63th annual conference of the DGPuK on the topic of "Selbstbestimmung in der digitalen Welt [Self-Determination in the Digital World]" will be chaired by Dr. Cornelius Puschmann.
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Prof. Dr. Wiebke Loosen will chair the open panel 02 "Empirische Perspektiven auf normative Fragen [Empirical Perspectives on Normative Issues]" at the 63th annual conference of the DGPuK on "Selbstbestimmung in der digitalen Welt [Self-Determination in the Digital World]."
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