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Louise Sprengelmeyer, B. A.

Louise Sprengelmeyer, B. A.

Louise Sprengelmeyer, B. A., has been a junior researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) since August 2019. She works in research programme 1 "Transformation of Public Communication: Journalistic and Intermediary Functions in the Process of Opinion Formation". She is particularly focused on the changing relationship between journalism and the public.
 
Previously, she worked at the HBI as a student assistant to Prof. Dr. Wiebke Loosen.
 
Louise Sprengelmeyer studied journalism and communication science in Hamburg. During her studies, she also worked as a student assistant with Prof. Dr. Michael Brüggemann at Universität Hamburg.
 
Her research interests lie in the transformation of journalism in times of profound mediatisation and datafication.

Louise Sprengelmeyer, B. A.

Junior Researcher Journalism Research

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