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Loosen, W.; Schmidt, J.-H. (2016): Multi-Method Approaches in Journalism Research. In: T. Witschge, C. W. Anderson, D. Domingo, A. Hermida (eds.),The SAGE Handbook of Digital Journalism. Thousand Oaks: SAGE. pp. 562-576.
Prof. Dr. Wiebke Loosen •
Dr. Jan-Hinrik Schmidt
Hölig, S.; Loosen, W. (2018): Das Publikum des Journalismus. Nachrichtenrezeption, Einstellungen und aktive Beteiligung [The Audience of Journalism. News Reception, Attitudes and Active Participation]. In: C. Nuernbergk, C. Neuberger (eds.), Journalismus im Internet [Journalism on the Internet]...
Hepp, A.; Loosen, W. (2018): 'Makers' of a Future Journalism? The Role of 'Pioneer Journalists' and 'Pioneer Communities' in Transforming Journalism. Bremen: "Communicative Figurations" Research Network, Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research...
Loosen, W. (2018): Four Forms of Datafied Journalism: Journalism's Response to the Datafication of Society. Bremen: "Communicative Figurations" Research Network, Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research (ZeMKI) (Working Paper Series "Communicative Figurations...
The collective volume "News, Numbers and Public Opinion in a Data-Driven World" (eds.: An Nguyen), including an article by Wiebke Loosen and Julius Reimer, has been published. The different chapters of the volume do not only look on how journalists (mis-)understand and use numbers and stat...
Loosen, W.; Reimer, J.; De Silva-Schmidt, F. (2017): Data-Driven Reporting – an On-Going (R)Evolution? An Analysis of Projects Nominated for the Data Journalism Awards 2013–2016. In: Journalism (online first), DOI: 10.1177/1464884917735691 (online).
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