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A Differentiation of Bonus-Determined Communicative Actions between Mass and Interpersonal Communication
Online intermediaries such as search engines, social network sites, or video platforms provide access to diverse content; however, there is a school of thought that argues that they may also contribute to the structural deformation of the public sphere. To assess the impact of these Web-based servic...
"Repertoireorientierte Nutzungsforschung [Repertoire-Oriented User Research]", guest lecture by U. Hasebrink at Universität Hohenheim on 16 November 2016.
"Individuelle Informationsrepertoires und ihr Beitrag zur Refiguration von Öffentlichkeiten [Individual Information Repertoires and their Contribution to Refigurate the Public Sphere]", keynote by U. Hasebrink at the symposium "Digitale Demokratie: Symposium #DigiDem17 [Digital D...
"Contextualized Repertoire Maps: A Qualitative Approach Exploring User Practices Around Information Intermediaries", lecture by L. Merten at the 7th European Communication Conference (ECC) of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) on 3 November 2018 in Lugano...
"Diaries as Bridging Method for the Investigation of Communication Repertoires", lecture by U. Hasebrink at the 7th European Communication Conference (ECC) der European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) on 3 November 2018 in Lugano (together with J. Finger).
"Public Connection Repertoires: A Conceptual Approach to Investigating the Re-Figuration of Publics", lecture by U. Hasebrink at the 68th Annual ICA Conference on 25 May 2018 in Prague.
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