Hanna Domeyer, M. A.
Associate Researcher of the Hans Bredow Institute
Hanna Domeyer, M.A., studied Journalism, Media and Communication Studies, as well as Political Science at the universities of Göttingen, Warsaw, and Hamburg. She wrote her M.A. thesis on: European Media from the Citizens' Viewpoint – a Recipient-oriented Analysis of Use and Expectations [“Europäische Medien aus Sicht der Bürger – eine rezipientenorientierte Analyse von Nutzung und Erwartungen”]. From November 2007 to October 2009 she worked as a researcher at the Hans Bredow Institute where she mainly worked on a project about media repertoires (stable transmedial patterns of media use), funded by the German Research Foundation.
Since October 2009 Hanna is a PhD student of the Graduate School Media and Communication, the interdisciplinary PhD programme of the “Research Center for Media and Communication (RCMC)” in Hamburg. Her PhD project deals with the interrelations between transcultural and transmedial patterns of media use and perceptions of communities. She has been awarded a scholarship from the State Excellence Initiative in Hamburg for this project. Hanna stays an associate researcher of the Hans Bredow Institute.
Hanna is interested in transnational and transcultural communication, media use and constructions of audiences and communities, media use in new media environments, transmedial media use research, and empirical research methods.
Hölig, S.; Domeyer, H.; Hasebrink, U. (2011): Souveräne Bindungen. Zeitliche Bezüge in Medienrepertoires und Kommunikationsmodi [Confident Liaisons. Temporal Relations in Media Repertoires and Communications Modes]. In: M. Suckfüll; H. Schramm; C. Wünsch (eds.), Rezeption und Wirkung in zeitlicher Perspektive. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
Hasebrink, U.; Domeyer, H. (2010): Die Konstruktion europäischer Fernsehpublika [The Construction of European TV Audiences]. In: U. Daniel, A. Schildt (eds.), Massenmedien im Europa des 20. Jahrhunderts [Mass Media in 20th-Century Europe]. Köln; Weimar; Wien: Böhlau, pp. 121-148.
Hasebrink, U.; Domeyer, H. (2010): Zum Wandel von Informationsrepertoires in konvergierenden Medienumgebungen [On the Change of Information Repertoires in Convergent Media Environments]. In: M. Hartmann, A. Hepp (eds.), Die Mediatisierung der Alltagswelt [The Mediatisation of the Everyday World]. Wiesbaden, pp. 49-64.
"Investigating how Media Users Relate to Others via Different Forms of Media Communication – Findings from a Cross-Media Study on Transcultural Communication", lecture by H. Domeyer at the conference "Transforming Audiences 3" in London on 2 September 2011. »»
"Media Repertoires as Patterns of Behaviour and as Meaningful Practices", lecture by U. Hasebrink and H. Domeyer at the conference "Transforming Audiences 3" in London on 2 September 2011.
"Between imagined communities and mediated networks. Landscapes of belonging within media repertoires", lecture by H. Domeyer at the conference "Landscapes of the Self" in Évora (Portugal) on 26 November 2010.
"Between imagined communities and mediated networks. The array of belonging within media repertoires", lecture by H. Domeyer at the 3rd European Communication Conference ECREA 2010 in Hamburg on 13 October 2010.
"The Whole World Within Reach. Investigating how Media Users Relate to Others across Borders and Cultures", lecture by H. Domeyer at the ECREA-Pre-Conference "Doing global media studies" in Bremen on 11 October 2010.
"Zur Rolle von Interaktivität in transkulturellen Medienrepertoires. Entwurf einer medienübergreifenden Perspektive auf das Sich-in-Beziehung-Setzen über Medien" [The Role of Interactivity in Transcultural Media Repertoires. Draft of a Transmedial Perspective on the Process of Relating via the Media], lecture by H. Domeyer at the workshop "Mensch - Medien - Interaktion" in Erfurt on 9 July 2010.
"Souveräne Bindungen. Zeitliche Bezüge in Medienrepertoires und Kommunikationsmodi“ [Confident Ties. Temporal References in Media Repertoires and Communication Modes], lecture by S. Hölig, H. Domeyer and U. Hasebrink at the conference of the DGPuK work group on reception and impact research "Rezeption und Wirkung in zeitlicher Perspektive“ [Reception and Impact in Temporal Perspective] in Berlin on 30 January 2010.
"Audiences and Identities in Europe", seminar by U. Hasebrink and H. Domeyer in the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme "Journalism and Media within Globalisation" at the University of Hamburg, winter semester 2010/2011.