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30.-1.
März 2016

Annual Conference of the DGPuK "100 Years Communication Science"

Leipzig, 30.3. to 1.4.2016. The 61st annual conference focused on the jubilee of the research field and the effect of communication research on other scientific and social areas. 500 participants were expected. The following researchers from the Hans-Bredow-Institut were actively involved: Prof. Dr. Uwe Hasebrink, PD Dr. Wiebke Loosen, Lisa Merten, Julius Reimer, Dr. Jan-Hinrik Schmidt, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulz

Events with researchers of the Hans-Bredow-Institut:

  • Public Panel Discussion: Kommunikation im Medienwandel – Erwartungen an Forschung und Ausbildung in Deutschland [Communication in Media Transformation - Expectations on Research and Education in Germany] Participants: Carsten Brosda, representative of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg for Media, Karola Wille, chairwoman of the ARD and director of Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, Kay Oberbeck, director Communications & Public Affairs Google Northern Europe, Annekatrin Bock, early-career scholars‘ representative of the German Communication Association (DGPuK), Stephan Ruß-Mohl, professor  for communication science at the University of Lugano and head of the European Journalism Observatory, Chair: Wolfgang Schulz, professor of law at Universität Hamburg, director of the Hans-Bredow-Institut for Media Research.
     
  • Konstruktivismus in der Kommunikationswissenschaft: Entwicklungen eines Theorieparadigmas [Constructivism in Communication Science: Developments of a Theoretical Paradigm] (Andreas Hepp [Universität Bremen], Uwe Hasebrink; Jo Reichertz [KWI Essen])
     
  • Wir senken die Mauer zwischen Community und Redaktion ab!“ Publikumsbeteiligung beim 'Freitag'" ["We Lower the Wall between Community and Newsroom!" - Audience Participation at Der Freitag] (PD Dr. Wiebke Loosen, Julius Reimer, Dr. Jan-Hinrik Schmidt, Nele Heise [Graduate School Media & Communication, Universität Hamburg])
     
  • "Ohne Twitter hätt ich schon längst abgeschaltet.“ – Studie zum Einfluss von Social TV auf die Sendungsbewertung ["Without Twitter I Would Have Already Turned Off the TV" - Study on the Influence of Social-TV Usage on the Assessment of Programmes] (Lisa Merten)
     
  • Journalismus im Zeitalter automatischer und algorithmischer Wirklichkeitskonstruktion [Journalism in the Age of the Automatic and Algorithmic Construction of Reality] (PD Dr. Wiebke Loosen and Prof. Dr. Armin Scholl [Universität Münster])

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