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The articles in issue 3/2022 of our journal "Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft" [Media & Communication Studies] deal with the question of "How Election Communication Mobilizes" (Winfried Schulz), with "Structural Differences between Journalists’ Perceptions o...
"Journalismus und sein Publikum: Die Re-Figuration einer Beziehung und ihre Folgen für die journalistische Aussagenentstehung [Journalism and Its Audience: The Re-Figuration of a Relationship and Its Consequences for Articulating Journalistic Statements]", presentation by J. Reimer, W...
"Divergenz durch Konvergenz? Selbst- und Fremderwartungen an Journalismus in Zeiten des Kommunikationswandels [Divergence through Convergence? (Self-)Expectations of Journalism in Times of Changing Communication]“, presentation by J. Reimer, S. Hoelig, W. Loosen as well as L. Sprengelmeye...
"Journalism and Its Audience: The Re-Figuration of a Relationship and Its Influence on News Production", presentation by J. Reimer, W. Loosen and L. Sprengelmeyer in the DGPuK panel "The Re-Figuration of Public Communication in Times of Deep Mediatization: Pioneer Journalism, Audience...
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