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"News Junkies“ Wanted for Study

"News Junkies“ Wanted for Study

As part of our research project Public Connection, we are looking for news-savvy people between the ages of 18 and 29 for a scientific survey on their media usage behaviour.

We are particularly interested in people who are intensively involved with journalism and news, share news, comment on news, criticise news or perhaps even get in touch with journalists, whether via social media, email or letters to the editor. However, it would be important for the participation in our study that you are not working as a journalist yourself.
The interviews will last about 1.5 hours and can take place as a video call (via ZOOM, Skype) or on site in Hamburg. As a thank you, participants will receive a remuneration of 30 euros (bank transfer). Participation in this survey is voluntary and participants can terminate the interview at any time.
Who are we?
The Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) is an independent research institute at the University of Hamburg which focuses on researching current media developments. Today, the media shape everyday life, politics, the economy and culture more than ever. The aim of our research is to understand these media influences and to assess developments and risks.
If you are interested, please contact Hannah Amelie Scherf at h.scherf@leibniz-hbi.de by 31 March 2022.


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